August

August 4, 2013

Goldman Sachs Trader Conviction: Hold the Cheers

Goldman Sachs Trader Conviction: Hold the Cheers by Stephen Lendman On August 1, Goldman’s Farbice (“Fabulous Fab”) Tourre was convicted on six of seven counts.  They […]
August 3, 2013

Kerry Supports Egypt’s Coup

Kerry Supports Egypt’s Coup by Stephen Lendman When is a coup not one? When John Kerry claims otherwise. When he says it restores democracy.  It can’t […]
August 3, 2013

Heightened Russia Bashing

Heightened Russia Bashing by Stephen Lendman Doing so suggests reinventing the Evil Empire. It’s back to the future. It’s the new Cold War. It doesn’t surprise.  […]
August 3, 2013

Duplicitous Commission of Inquiry on Syria

Duplicitous Committee of Inquiry on Syria by Stephen Lendman In September 2011, Paulo Pinheiro was appointed Chairman of a three-member International Commission of Inquiry for Syria […]
August 2, 2013

XKeyscore: Instrument of Mass Surveillance

XKeyscore: Instrument of Mass Surveillance by Stephen Lendman Evidence mounts. America crossed the line. It operates lawlessly. It reflects police state ruthlessness. Big Brother’s real. It’s […]
August 2, 2013

Israeli Referendum Measure Blocks Land for Peace

Israeli Referendum Measure Blocks Land for Peace by Stephen Lendman Netanyahu heads Israel’s worst government in history. It’s hardline. It’s extremist. It’s fascist. It spurns Palestinian […]
August 1, 2013

Russia Grants Snowden One-Year Asylum

Russia Grants Snowden One-Year Asylum by Stephen Lendman On June 23, he arrived in Moscow. He applied for asylum. He’s been stuck in Sheremetyevo Airport transit […]
August 1, 2013

Obama’s Grand Bargain 2.0

Obama’s Grand Bargain 2.0 by Stephen Lendman Obama’s job creation plan targets social justice. It’s old wine in new bottles. It prioritizes corporate tax cuts.  It […]
August 1, 2013

Profile of a Rigged Peace Process

Profile of a Rigged Peace Process  by Stephen Lendman Count the ways. Tzipi Livni is Israel’s chief negotiator. She’s hardline. She supports occupation harshness. She deplores […]