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  • Instability and chaos in the Middle East are the axis of US-Israeli power politics May 23, 2017
    Nasir Khan, May 23, 2017 All those who are interested in understanding the quagmire of war, violence, the victimisation of Palestinians by Israel, rampant abuse of human rights, etc., in which the whole region of the Middle East is enmeshed will readily appreciate the soundness of the views of President Rouhani. What he says is […]
    Nasir Khan
  • do you follow? May 23, 2017
    – ‘In literary matters, Ezra Pound advised against accepting the opinion of those “who haven’t themselves produced notable work,” and it is advice I have been privileged to follow’ – Seamus Heaney in his 1995 acceptance speech for the Nobel prize – Ezra Pound’s open support of Mussolini’s fascism mirrors Heidegger’s love-affair with Nazism – […]
    Huzaifa Zoomkawala
  • Is shooting at Venezuelan cops “unconstitutional” or even a big deal? May 20, 2017
    A Miami Herald report entitled “In secret recording, Venezuelan general pushes for snipers to control demonstrators” only vaguely alludes to the fact that opposition protesters have been killing people. In the seventeenth paragraph of the story the Herald states “While it is not known where the gunfire originated that killed the four demonstrators on Monday […]
    Joe Emersberger
  • The Moon Is A Harsh Grow-op May 15, 2017
    The Moon Is A Harsh Grow-op Rolf Auer, Friday 17 March 2017 Is the recorder on? It is? And the auto-transcript? Good. This a Diary Record of Moon Project Grow-op made 20 June 2075. My name is Sam Thundercloud. Joe? My name is Joe Deerchild. I help Sam run this Moon Grow-op. Sam here. Due […]
    Rolf Auer
  • Speak! May 14, 2017
    speak! as the soul wins over the tranformative mixups, the brazen fouls, the unanticipations; speak! when the round etches wilt each hymn around the bell of winter, when the curbs & bevels mix unintended; speak! — “Because the machine will try to grind you into dust anyway, whether or not we speak. We can sit […]
    Huzaifa Zoomkawala

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  • Propaganda, Fake News, and Media Lies April 27, 2017
    Both PR and propaganda seek to change behaviors and ideas among the masses in support of the agendas of public and private institutions.
    Peter Phillips
  • Averting Climate Chaos April 27, 2017
    The incredible rate of recent warming is largely due not to the usual suspect, carbon dioxide, but to the build-up of super-potent methane, which traps 80 to 100 times more heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide.
    Jim Warren
  • What Really Happened in Syria? April 27, 2017
    The U.S. continues to use DU weapons in the region, at least in attacks on ISIS. Tomahawk missiles, a Raytheon profit center, have long been suspected of delivering a DU payload. So President Trump’s loosing of 59 Tomahawk missiles on Al Shayrat Airfield was answering a chemical weapons attack with a chemical weapons attack. And […]
    William Boardman
  • The GOP in Sickness and Ill Health April 27, 2017
    Two days later, Trump was at it again, beating his chest and tweeting like a vengeful god who bruises easily, this time directing his tirades at the real villains—his fellow Republicans, right-wing think tanks and especially the roughly three dozen members of the so-called “Freedom Caucus,” the most extreme conservatives in the House.
    Bill Moyers
  • Targeting Southern Sanctuary Cities April 27, 2017
    As the national debate around sanctuary cities has become increasingly fraught and political, the term “sanctuary” has largely lost its meaning and has come to be used or rejected by various actors for their own purposes
    Allie Yee
  • U.S.-Made Famine April 27, 2017
    In 2016, the U.S. admitted 84,995 refugees, but Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world, took in 117,000 new refugees and migrants in 2016, and hosts more than 255,000 refugees from Somalia
    Kathy Kelly
  • Criminalizing Immigrants Belies The Facts April 27, 2017
    Despite Trump’s claims, “major law enforcement groups and leaders have argued that intensifying immigration enforce- ment interferes with public safety goals
    Bill Berkowitz
  • Deconstruction of the State April 27, 2017
    When Donald Trump’s chief of staff Reince Priebus addressed the Conservative Political Action Committee in February, he identified two priorities of the administration: the confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and deregulation
    Marjorie Cohn
  • Undermining Our Survival April 27, 2017
    As I mentioned, the policies being formulated and enacted are drawn from the playbook of the most reactionary fringe of the Republican establishment. The abject service to private wealth and power is accompanied with an authoritarian and fundamentalist program to transform U.S. society
    Noam Chomsky
  • Suppressing the UN Report On Israel’s Move Toward Apartheid April 27, 2017
    A UN commission report says that Israel practices apartheid against Palestinians
    Allan C. Brownfeld


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  • A Legislated Minimum Wage Inhibits Low-Income Entrepreneurship May 23, 2017
    There are many different arguments against the Minimum Wage. One less prominent criticism of the idea is the fact that it restricts entrepreneurship: especially from those with low incomes. It is worth conceptually exploring how this happens. To begin with, when a Minimum Wage is instituted, there are layoffs.
    Vishal Wilde
  • Agorismo Egotistico May 23, 2017
    [Di Vikky Storm. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 13 maggio 2017 con il titolo Egoist Agorism. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] “La libera competizione non è ‘libera’ perché a me mancano le cose che servono a fare competizione. Nessuna colpa mia, ma siccome non ho queste cose anche la mia persona è...
    Enrico Sanna
  • The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 167 May 22, 2017
    David Vine discusses how the U.S. stations troops in nations with undemocratic govts. Liz Wolfe discusses the early release of Chelsea Manning. Katrina vanden Heuvel discusses why the U.S. should leave Afghanistan. Patrick Cockburn discusses Trump and a member of the Saudi royal family, and more.
    Natasha Petrova
  • Le Chiudende dell’Acqua May 19, 2017
    [Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 14 maggio 2017 con il titolo Flint: Enclosure of the Water Commons. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] La crisi idrica della città di Flint è nuovamente sulle cronache nazionali. Dopo il diciannove maggio, oltre ottomila residenti potranno vedersi ipotecata la casa per bollette non...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Understanding Richard Spencer’s Holodomor Denial May 18, 2017
    Richard Spencer is at the center of controversy again after his recent tweet denying that the Holodomor was an intentional genocide. This time, the controversy is not so much with the public at large (who have largely never heard the word), but within in his own white nationalist swamp.
    Logan Yershov
  • Libera con 28 Anni di Anticipo May 18, 2017
    Chelsea Manning Può Finalmente Tornare a Casa [Di Liz Wolfe. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 17 maggio 2017 con il titolo Freed 28 Years Early, Chelsea Manning Can Finally Go Home. Enrico Sanna.] Chelsea Manning è stata la prima a portare alla ribalta la figura di informatore di nuovo genere. Nel...
    Enrico Sanna
  • Freed 28 Years Early, Chelsea Manning Can Finally Go Home May 17, 2017
    It’s difficult to know everything that goes on behind bars but trans activists and prisoners remind us that prison is often particularly cruel for them. Notable activist CeCe McDonald has spoken out on the way she was hyper-sexualized by guards and staff while serving time in a men’s prison. Others experience similar issues, like prison […]
    Liz Wolfe
  • No Prison Could Ever Hold Chelsea Manning May 17, 2017
    In January 2010, Chelsea Manning began changing the world, and she never stopped. As a private in the US army, she saw the evil, the corruption, and the criminality of the institution she had enlisted to serve. To ignore this and do nothing would have only corrupted her, and so she did what she knew […]
    Ryan Calhoun
  • Combating Hate: A Radical Leftist Guide to Gun Control (Part 5) May 16, 2017
    The subject of police — by far one of the biggest issues related to gun violence — is not tackled by modern gun control legislation. We can attempt to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous criminals all we want. But until the state stops providing some of these criminals with special uniforms and […]
    Logan Marie Glitterbomb