John Pilger argues that the Leveson inquiry into the British press served to preserve a corrupt system, having omitted all mention of hacking on an scale that it touches us all.
From our archives: March 7, 2010 The Oscars, Military Propaganda and The Hurt Locker The glossy wrapper should not make us forget the immoral stench attached to this kind of film. Be sure to read also: Zero Dark Thirty: MoreREAD ON
Atta boy! These bright canines are showing the public that rescue dogs are talented in more ways than people realize…and well deserve a forever home. Good luck to our animal defense colleagues in NZ. A master publicity job, for aREAD ON
A new call against standing idly by? By Stephen Gowans, What’s Left. Will the United States, or its proxies, directly intervene militarily on the side of Syrian rebels? If so, a pretext will likely be needed, and it may be this:READ ON
What’s the ugliest part of this exercise in imperial arrogance? The jawdropping triple-deck hypocrisy? The revoltingly smug priggishness that Obama, Clinton and their underlings exude as they continue to pontificate as if they were the guarantors of world morality insteadREAD ON