Information for my readers

Information for my readers
On June 4th, Stephen Lendman wrote:
I’m dealing with some health issues. They caught up to me. I’ll be hospitalized perhaps through the weekend.
Beginning Wednesday, June 4. Hopefully will restore me to full health and vigor.
I know supportive readers follow my daily articles. I’m very grateful. You’re the tonic that keeps me going. I hate being away for even a short time.
Sometimes there’s no choice. This is one of those times.
I’ll dread hospital boredom; being unable to do what I love best. You’ll know when I’m back. You’ll see new articles posted. I can’t wait to write them.

I hope soon as possible. Your support keeps me going. I value it so much. You’re all cherished friends and allies. You’re the best.
Stephen Lendman has been hospitalized since June 4th and hence is unable to continue updating his blog on his own –up until this date (July 16th, 2014).
His work is widely distributed online, with his articles carried on numerous listeners and websites such as Information Clearing House, Countercurrents, Rense, AltNews, Uruknet, Global Research, Counterpunch, and more. In early 2007, he began regular radio hosting, now The Progressive Radio News Hour on
The Progressive Radio Network. He is co-author with J.J. Asongu of The Iraq Quagmire: The Price of Imperial Arrogance. He recently also collaborated and edited the book Flashpoint in Ukraine: How the US Drive For Hegemony Risks World War III
“Stephen Lendman has been tireless in exposing the hidden forces behind the news, on everything from political economy and human rights to social justice and workers’ rights. His writings draw from a wealth of knowledge and deep conviction. I’m delighted to see him tackle the problem of private banking and government collusion and what I believe is the key to the solution—public banking.” 
“Steve Lendman is one of America’s leading critics,whether it involves exposing collusion between Wall Street and Washington, the Obama regime’s support of the Israeli occupation of Palestine, or the frame-up of Muslim citizens by the attorney general. Fearless,thoroughly documented and judicious in his judgement, Lendman’s essays are a major contribution to the struggle for social justice in America.” 
“I think this text is terrific, just what is needed, very clear, informative beyond most people’s ken, easy to read, and of ultimate importance to steering economic and political recovery. The Capitalism and Freedom chapter is right in biopsy. The book just keeps on going with brilliant full exposure.”
“A comprehensive understanding of Wall Street’s manipulations of markets, money and power to the detriment of working people everywhere is badly needed. Stephen Lendman’s new book “How Wall Street Fleeces America, is the answer.”
“Stephen Lendman has written a brilliant, passionate, and humane analysis of the current economic disarray in which we now live. Picking up where Thorstein Veblen left off, Lendman links our catastrophic economic situation to the robber-baron mentality in corporations and the failure of government to act as the enforcer of morality. His analysis is full of concrete illustrations of this latter-day barbarism, and is accessible to the everyday person, as well as intellectuals. This book should be required reading in business schools as well as Congress.”
“Stephen Lendman’s latest work covers a great many interconnected subjects that affect not only the United States but everyone in the world. The aspect of investment in America today is shown to be nothing less then the robbing of the American people by a criminal syndicate, known as Wall Street, banking and the Federal Reserve. A good deal of this is based upon the Federal Reserve Act and the ability of major private banks to control American society. The players have turned the financial world into one vast casino and when the players lose large amounts of money the public is allowed to bail them out. This book digs deeply into many of the contributing parts of what is wrong with the financial system of America and the world today. Stephen Lendman has a great gift for writing and research and all his readers are the beneficiaries..”
“Stephen Lendman has a breadth and depth of understanding of world and national affairs virtually unmatched among other public intellectuals today. With this exceptional collection of reflections upon our financial and budgetary crises, he clarifies and illuminates the dark and obscure recesses of policies and programs that, although ostensibly intended to promote the interests of the people, all too often have the opposite effect, enriching and strengthening the wealthy at the taxpayer’s expense. Let us hope this book will be followed by many more!”
“”Stephen Lendman is a true citizen journalist and scholar. After a long and successful business career, Lendman took it upon himself to use his retirement as a springboard for a new career as an analyst of political economy. With great acumen, Lendman calls out economic charlatans and cuts straight through the core of so-called bull markets to tell the truth about how the powerful fleece the public on a daily basis. Lendman not only traces the history of the current financial calamity, he offers common sense advice on what we can do about it. A solid, fact-based read for anyone trying to make heads or tails of what’s happening in today’s economy.”
“There are many descriptive, narrative accounts about Wall St. and the current economic crisis available to readers today. But Stephen Lendman’s new book takes the analysis far deeper than a simple narrative. Lendman emphasizes and focuses on the connections between Wall St. actions and the political system in Washington. How money operates on both sides of the street — the banking and the political–is described in detail. The reader is left with a broader, deeper understanding of why the recent crisis happened and where it may well be headed. Most importantly, the author does not shirk from calling the outcomes of the Wall St.-Washington alliance for what it represents: the emergence of a new kind of class war in America. Readers will find of special interest his innovative views on banking and public banking. Lendman’s book is definitely one not to be missed.”
This post has been updated by the Stephen Lendman support team on: 
July 16th, 2014 at 10:00 am -Central  Time

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