Thursday, May 9, 2013

Counterpunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names » The Game of Drones » Print

Counterpunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names » The Game of Drones » Print: At last we know. The mysterious legal authority for Barack Obama’s killer drone program flows from another administration with an elastic interpretation of executive power: that of Richard Nixon.

OpEdNews - Article: Washington's Presumption; How stupid does a person have to be to believe this BS?

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Public School Cancels Graduation Rather Than Remove Prayer From Ceremony | Alternet

Public School Cancels Graduation Rather Than Remove Prayer From Ceremony | Alternet: An Arkansas public school has canceled its graduation ceremony rather than remove a prayer from the opening address.

Amazon Warehouse Workers Forced to Wait at Security Checkpoints Without Getting Paid | Alternet

Amazon Warehouse Workers Forced to Wait at Security Checkpoints Without Getting Paid | Alternet: Attorneys representing the workers estimate that 100,000 warehouse workers are owed more than $100 million in back wages.

The Rehabilitation of Bush/Cheney

The Rehabilitation of Bush/Cheney

Monday, May 6, 2013

Noam Chomsky: Things Are Ugly—Do Something About It

Noam Chomsky: Things Are Ugly—Do Something About It:

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Glenn Greenwald : Israeli Bombing of Syria and Moral Relativism

Glenn Greenwald : Israeli Bombing of Syria and Moral Relativism: "No universally applied principle justifies the Israeli attack on Damascus. Only self-flattering tribalism does that"

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UN Investigator 'Stupefied by Syrian Opposition Sarin Use'

UN Investigator 'Stupefied by Syrian Opposition Sarin Use':

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Mad dog Israel trying to force US hand on Syria - YouTube

Mad dog Israel trying to force US hand on Syria - YouTube:

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Howard Kurtz’s Belated Comeuppance: The Media Critic's Firing Comes After a Long History of Journalistic Abuses | Alternet

Howard Kurtz’s Belated Comeuppance: The Media Critic's Firing Comes After a Long History of Journalistic Abuses | Alternet: May 5, 2013 |
For nearly a quarter century, Howard Kurtz has served as hall monitor for Washington’s conventional wisdom, handing out demerits to independent-minded journalists who don’t abide by the mainstream rules. So, there is some understandable pleasure seeing Kurtz face some accountability in his ouster as bureau chief for Newsweek and The Daily Beast.