Prague’s Fights Over Kundera: Biography From the Files of the Secret Police

14 September 2020

Follow by MONIKA ZGUSTOVA Photograph Source: Elisa Cabot – CC BY-SA 3.0 In 2008, while I was staying in Prague, a scandal broke out involving the Czech writer Milan Kundera, who has lived in Paris since 1975. Respekt magazine published an article claiming that Kundera had informed on a foreign spy of Czech extraction who was staying that night […]

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Hypocrisy Thy Name Is Zion Jewish groups support BLM while ignoring Palestinian genocide

13 September 2020

Follow PHILIP GIRALDI  There is a tendency on the part of major Jewish groups in the United States and in Europe to discover what they describe as anti-Semitism wherever one turns. Last month, a statue of the well-known and highly respected 18th century French writer and political philosopher Voltaire was removed from outside the Académie Française in Paris. […]

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Giants and Warriors Workers Fight Back

13 September 2020

Follow by MARC NORTON The San Francisco Giants returned home on Friday, August 14 and found themselves being picketed by the workers who normally sell garlic fries and beer to the fans. This must have been bad karma, as both Friday and Saturday the Giants blew a big lead over the Oakland A’s in the ninth inning, then got blown […]

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Trump’s War on the Post Office and the Census Bureau

13 September 2020

Follow by MELVIN GOODMAN Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair Donald Trump’s war on U.S. governance and democracy has targeted two of the oldest institutions in the country—the Post Office and the Census.  The Post Office is older than the Constitution, tracing its roots to 1775 during the Second Continental Congress, when Benjamin Franklin was appointed the […]

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Hands off Lebanon: Macron’s Self-serving ‘New Pact’ Must Be Shunned

13 September 2020

Follow by RAMZY BAROUD Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair French President, Emmanuel Macron, is in no position to pontificate to Lebanon about the need for political and economic reforms. Just as thousands of Lebanese took to the streets of Beirut demanding “revenge” against the ruling classes, the French people have relentlessly been doing the same; both peoples have […]

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Torturing Assange: An Interview with Andrew Fowler

13 September 2020

Follow by JOHN KENDALL HAWKINS “I love Wikileaks.” – DJ Trump “Can’t we drone him?” – Hillary Clinton Andrew Fowler is an Australian award-winning investigative journalist and a former reporter for the ABC’s Foreign Correspondent and Four Corners programs. and the author of The Most Dangerous Man in the World: Julian Assange and WikiLeaks’ Fight for Freedom. […]

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Will There Ever be Elections Again in Bolivia?

13 September 2020

Follow by VIJAY PRASHAD – MANUEL BERTOLDI Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair On November 10, 2019, President Evo Morales Ayma of Bolivia announced his resignation from the presidency. Morales had been elected in 2014 to a third presidential term, which should have lasted until January 2020. In November 2019, protests around his fourth electoral victory in October led […]

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On Capital Punishment

13 September 2020

Follow by PAUL EDWARDS Beheading of John the Baptist, woodcut by Julius Schnorr von Karolsfeld, 1860 There’s no ambiguity in the term: capital punishment is killing, carried out by an entity commonly, but not exclusively, judicially empowered.  It refers only to the killing of persons, of course.  Doesn’t it? In this uniquely terrible time in America, when there […]

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Pandemic Panhandling

13 September 2020

Follow by DAVID ROVICS One story of surviving as an artist in the USA, from the collapse of the music industry to the housing crisis to the pandemic. Occasionally, for one reason or another, I feel inspired to write an essay about my personal finances, mainly because, for me, it’s an interesting perspective, the really up-close […]

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Congratulations to ‘Israel’!

13 September 2020

Follow Dear Editor, Congratulations to Israel for managing to establish full diplomatic relations with the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Bahrain. Israel will now have two fewer countries who would condemn its atrocities.  With this new “peace deal,” Israel has legitimized the continued occupation of Palestinian land and daily murder and torture of […]

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