John Pilger describes the ordeal of a doctor who founded a charity to help the people of Iraq: a miscarriage of justice that says more about America today than the circus of a presidential re-election.
The greatest and most enduring significance of Tuesday night’s election results will likely not be the re-election of Barack Obama, but rather what the outcome reflects about the American electorate. It was not merely Democrats, but liberalism, which was triumphant.. To begin with, it isREAD ON
Bon appetit! by LINH DINH So Americans have voted for more of the same, not because they reelected Obama, but because they went to the polls at all. As expected, the two corporate and eternal war candidates got nearly all of the votes, with theREAD ON