By Sajjad Shaukat for Veterans Today Since the US-led global war on terror prolonged, media analysts started attributing it with the defeat of the United States and its allies, while opining about acceleration of terror-attacks in the volatile countries, financial crisis, American heavy cost of war etc. But, no one talks about future assessments of […]
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Miss Carpenter, an excellent comedy in Paris, France has been extended until January.
According to NPR, counterculture icon and acclaimed man of letters Ed Sanders considers himself “the only beatnik who can yodel.” Ed yodels on this show and joins Thorne Dreyer in a highly entertaining discussion of his rich history. Ed Sanders is a poet, singer, author, publisher, environmentalist, and political activist. He wrote the best-selling book, […]
Joining us in performance and conversation are five members of the award-winning Austin-based World Music band, Atash. Voted Best World Music Band at the prestigious Austin Music Awards for six years running, Atash combines master musicians from around the globe who create a powerful original sound. Their professed goal is to spread peace and love […]
If you happen to be troubled by the content, perhaps this book is not for you or perhaps you think it is about you…
In this book we find the stories of Hezbollah fighters, its health care workers and other support personnel, as well as average, ordinary people in southern Lebanon, some of whom have lived through repeated Israeli onslaughts upon their country.
A former detective claims Scotland Yard covered up the case of a self-confessed serial killer who pushed up to 18 people to their deaths on the London Underground during the 1970s.
Check out BROKEN a new book on torture and war.
Zionist Negotiator Outlines Disdain for Barack Obama in new Book aimed at influencing future Presidents to back off from Eretz-Israel
For seven years the statesmen and the people of the West failed to see the obvious
What will be the most controversial book of our time
My sabbatical from Political Commentary has been enjoyable, but duty calls
Mike Farrell – We have a couple of generations out there who think of Reagan the way older types think of Roosevelt, Eisenhower or Kennedy, who didn’t start wars after seeking the advice of their wife & her astrologers
Many of us are familiar with George Orwell’s Nineteen-Eighty-Four and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.
Two prominent thinkers, the ultra orthodox Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro, and philosopher, Jazz artist and ex-Jew Gilad Atzmon, meet to discuss hard questions about Judaism, Jewish politics and the meaning of Jewishness.
By Jim Fetzer As a student of the history and the philosophy of science, I have been dumbfounded to discover that ISIS, a prominent journal in the history of science, has published a review of a book on astronomers that was edited by T. Hockey, THE BIOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ASTRONOMERS, by N. M. Swerdlow, Department […]
Less than a decade after Washington endorsed a fraudulent case for invading Iraq, similarly misinformed and politically motivated claims are pushing America toward war with Iran.
Iraq for Sale: is about the privatization of the war in Iraq and four of the Wall Street corporations that endangered enlisted troops, committed war crimes and cheated taxpayers
Perhaps it’s time to take a fresh look at Benedict Arnold,
Read the first chapter of the book, “Guantánamo Diary,” written by Mohamedou Ould Slahi. It is the first and only public account written by a still-imprisoned Guantánamo detainee.
Phil Klay’s Redeployment takes readers to the frontlines of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, asking us to understand what happened there, and what happened to the soldiers who returned. Interwoven with themes of brutality and faith, guilt and fear, helplessness and survival, the characters in these stories struggle to make meaning out of chaos.
Our children will probably be the last human generation on earth…unless we rise up and overthrow the techno-psychopaths.
Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly three million people, descendants of the fifteen million Native people who once inhabited this land.
– Russell Brand introduces his new book Revolution as an answer to a question. Brand maintains that voting was a waste of time – that there needed to be a revolution.
Q: Why do people defecate into drinking water? A: They haven’t read The Humanure Handbook.
SMALL MIRACLES, a book series, a best-selling series of 8 books with nearly 400 inspiring true stories.
– In Afghanistan & Iraq, we were like soldiers engaging in an amphibious operation where we were supposed to march there from here & screw the ocean.
– “British explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, ethnologist, spy, linguist, poet, fencer and diplomat…one hell of a man.”
– Festival America in Vincennes was an interesting & enjoyable event about American literature, films, concerts and art from USA,
Canada, Quebec, Haiti & France’s overseas islands in the Americas.
Paul Craig Roberts: “Having murdered Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, and the US Constitution, Washington is now murdering Ukraine.”