This slow movement from Sergei Rachmaninoff is among the most evocative music of the late romantic period. Often performed on it’s own for memorial and tribute concerts and as a recital encore this perfomance is from a recital given at the University of Georgia in 2005. The cellist is Alex Kramer with father Stephen at Read more…
This is a video primarily to be used to show folks who know little to nothing about the NED an overview of what it is, what it does, and why it does it. This video uses a vareity of sources, most of which come from here and thirdworldtraveler.
This is the 2nd in a series looking at what the NED does, why it does, and how it does what it does.
The final part in a series looking at the impact the NED has globally and here at home.
A Feb. 27, 2008 demonstration in front of the White House against the proposed U.S. radar base in the Czech Republic on the occasion of the visit by Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek to meet with President George Bush. The organizers from Campaign for Peace and Democracy (CPD) and the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) Read more…
Phyllis Bennis is a Senior Analyst at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC. She is the author of Before and After: US Foreign Policy and the September 11 Crisis and Challenging Empire: How People, Governments, and the UN Defy US Power. Monday February 18th, 2008
Interview with Norman Solomon author of the book "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us To Death". Uploaded to Youtube Feb. 17, 2008
A focus on Ethiopia’s internal issues that should lead any wary person to question the integrity of their government and its right to international aggression against Somalia. Camera Work by Corey Deyette.
The third part in a look at the ramifications of the Ethiopian invasion of Somalia. Camera work by Corey Deyette.
This is an invitation to anyone in the Chattanooga area to join us on Friday for a discussion of Anarchy and Leftism.