By Henry A. Giroux America has become amnesiac – a country in which forms of historical, political, and moral forgetting are not only willfully practiced but celebrated. The United States has degenerated into a social order that is awash in public stupidity and views critical thought as both a liability and a threat. Not only is […]
I’m tired of the power brokers whose only concern is whether or not the storms of nature and the storms of mankind will affect their outsourced pocketbooks.
…the country very nearly lost the state of South Carolina. Those deadly Plutonium cores were jerked out of those three big Duke Power reactors so fast it would make your head spin.
Are you willing to see the whole Beachball? Right now America’s mainstream media is being accused of playing with fire for playing-up the prospect of war, between Iran and the West. Mainstream U.S. media is clearly cheerleading for war with Iran. Take a look!
An old cliché states that ignorance is bliss. If this were really true, the US would be a very happy country.
Yesterday, an acquaintance sent me a photo of President Obama holding a book by Fareed Zakaria titled “The Post-American World”. The inference was that the book was written by a Muslim and therefore Obama is following a muslim and taking the USA into islam or whatever non-cents they want to believe.
The failures of the postal service are often held up by corporatists as an example of why public service should be privatized. But actually, the postal service is a prime example of why public service should never be relegated to the private sector. The forty-year experiment of trying to run the postal service like a private business clearly demonstrates that whenever you attach a profit motive to public service, the corruption and greed attendant to making a profit will invariably overwhelm the primary purpose of providing that service. Thus, by insisting on using that approach you will always, virtually without exception, end up with service so negligible that it can be drowned in a bathtub.