Howard Zinn is one of this country’s most celebrated historians. His classic work A People’s History of the United States changed the way we look at history in America. First published a quarter of a century ago, the book has sold over a million copies and is a phenomenon in the world of publishing selling Read more…
Longtime activist and author Edward S. Herman was interviewed by Hans Bennett in Philadelphia on December 26, 2008. In this interview, Herman discusses the history of US influence in Latin America, and contextualizes this with what he says is an anti-democratic US policy throughout the Global South, designed to create a favorable investment climate for Read more…
Norman Finkelstein is an American political scientist and author, whose primary fields of research are the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the politics of the Holocaust.
To my lovely boy. You are perfect exactly as you are. Choose life… (and stop smoking Happy Birthday!! smooooch, lOvE, aunt neen xxxooo (Yup, I know your age. I couldn’t convince the band to change the words.) BTW here is something Uncle Ed told me when I was about your age. "Illegitimi non carborundum." Oh, Read more…
In this Nation Institute/Hidden Driver exclusive, reporter A.C. Thompson talks with innocent victims and ruthless vigilantes about his expose on shootings of black New Orleans residents fleeing the city in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, and police misconduct after the storm. The full story is at http://www.thenation.com/doc/20090105/thompson
What kind of world do you want Think anything Let’s start at the start Build a masterpiece Be careful what you wish for History starts now
On December 26th, urfurslaag, a Greek Anarchist, posted this video, entitled Anarchy is a Greek Word, to youtube. He explains what is currently happening in Greece and why it is more than a riot. He invites you to join the Greek Revolution.
President of UN General Assembly urges Israel to be recognized as an Apartheid State
RSU protests L3 Corporation’s association with trustee.
An interesting and easy to understand critique of Capitalism. It’s great for people just getting interested in the subject and also people wanting a fresh way to present the subject. It’s best half way through. [Note: this came out before the current economic "situation."]