Tag Archives: bigotry
Curing Exceptionalism: What’s wrong with how we think about the United States? What can we do about it?
In fascism the politically disempowered and disengaged, ignored and reviled by the establishment, discover a voice and a sense of empowerment.
Merciless US NATO UN Genocide In Somalia Brought Nairobi Shopping Mall Blowback! Each scull belonged to someone precious to family and friends. Photo by Erik Orakel (via OpEdNews) Folks, Took me many days to run back over all this monstrous genocide; all the while in mind the hundreds of thousands of beautiful Somali children their eyes staring straight […]
The Dark Side of America Emerges From the Shadows, Rears its Ugly Head By michael payne (about the author) April 25, 2012 opednews.com Dark by codenamezapper.deviantart.com There is an unsettling element of our society that’s always been present. However, it’s one that’s kept its true nature and intentions partially hidden under the guise of seeming […]
Tongue-cutting at Al Jazeera BY GLENN GREENWALD March 31, 2012 Salon.com John Podhoretz (updated below [Sun.]) I’m currently conducting interviews as a follow-up to the rather acrimonious debate that erupted this week from my argument that “terrorism expertise” is not an actual discipline, but rather (like the term “terrorism” itself) just another instrument for legitimizing the violence […]