Day: January 17, 2011

Swiss Banker Gave WikiLeaks Information Revealing Crimes by World's Most Powerful People

Swiss Banker Gave WikiLeaks Information Revealing Crimes by World’s Most Powerful People, as Attacks on Assange and the Site Continue By Lauren Kelley, AlterNet Posted on January 17, 2011 [print_link] The mountain of damning information acquired by WikiLeaks just keeps growing, this time thanks to former Swiss banker Rudolf Elmer, who has reportedly fed the whistle-blower site information that couldContinue reading

Hell No! Wal-Mart is not a person.

Wal-Mart Is Not a Person Crossposted  with Truthout ( Thom Hartmann | Monday 17 January 2011  [print_link] The peculiar evil of silencing the expression of an opinion is that it is robbing the human race; posterity as well as the existing generation; those who dissent from the opinion, still more than those who hold it. If the opinion is right, they areContinue reading

Fracking is coming to Pennsylvania

  Probably sooner than you think, it will be in a community near you. Unless you do something.                                                                   Share This:

Progressives to ‘uncloak’ the secret financiers behind the Tea party

Tactics and Strategies— By Nathan Diebenow Sunday, January 16th, 2011  [print_link] PROGRESSIVE AND LIBERAL activists are planning at the end of the month to confront the secretive billionaire family that finances the so-called Tea party movement and a host of other right-wing causes and institutions. RIGHT Bill Maher to Tea Party followers: “The Founding Fathers ‘were everything you despise. They studiedContinue reading

Netanyahu's Government: Israel's Worst Ever –

By Stephen Lendman | [print_link] Numerous previous articles explained Israel’s extremism, notably under Netanyahu exceeding the worst of Ariel Sharon. Both men, of course, are war criminals by any standard. So are complicit Knesset members – roguish, racist and hard-line, comprising a voting majority that co-opt a weak-kneed opposition going along most often to get along.   Access several relevantContinue reading