Thursday, November 25, 2010

Semper Fi, Barack! Obamabush By Ralph "Hit the Nail on the Head" Nader


Ralph Nader has done it again. Yup, he's hit the proverbial
nail on the head. Yes, he's called it as he see's it, and its
ugly for the recipients of his mighty pen. It's true..., the
pen is mightier than the sword, especially in the instant case.

Semper Fi, Barack! Obamabush


Chris Hedges' Columns

Power and the Tiny Acts of Rebellion

There is no hope left for achieving significant
reform or restoring our democracy through
established mechanisms of power. The electoral
process has been hijacked by corporations. The
judiciary has been corrupted and bought. The
press shuts out the most important voices in the
country and feeds us the banal and the absurd.
Universities prostitute themselves for corporate
dollars. Labor unions are marginal and ineffectual
forces. The economy is in the hands of.... (more)


Young Boy Strip Searched By TSA_

TSA Responds to "Strip Search" Video of Boy

By Brian Montopoli



Cinderella Liberty: A Novel of America

By F. Scott Sinclair

If you'd like to experience the trauma of a
warrantless search (strip search, etc.),_
you might enjoy (or hate) reading the novel:
Cinderella Liberty: A Novel of America by
F. Scott Sinclair. Such novel was inspired by
and created as an outcome of a warrantless
search like the ones--but worse than--those
that TSA agents are conducting at this very
moment. Where was the outrage then...?! If
it doesn't happen to you, then it's okay. But
"what goes around, comes around." Isn't that
the way the old saw goes? Now, nearly all
Americans can enjoy "Cinderella Liberty:
A Novel of America" firsthand, at their local
airport...! So, you don't need to buy "Cinderella
Liberty: A Novel of America" to enjoy the book.
You can personally live the experience in
real-time: yes, a reality show in disguise,
with you as the leading lady or man--courtesy
of the TSA, et al. How does that sound?
Click here if you think you might be interested
in F. Scott's novel which some people might consider
a self-help book in disguise. It's the eyes of
the beholder, as always. Smooth sailing--or is
that: flying? Whatever... Take care.


Memo to Ireland: "Tell the EU and the IMF to 'Shove It'"

By Mike Whitney

The Irish people didn't struggle through centuries
of famine and foreign occupation so they could
be debt-peons in the EU's corporate Uberstate.


TSA Gestapo Empire

By Paul Craig Roberts

It doesn’t take a bureaucrat long to create
an empire. John Pistole, the FBI agent
who took over the Transportation Security
Administration on July 1 told USA Today
16 days later that protecting trains and
subways from terrorist attacks will be as
high a priority for him as air travel. Continue


Bernanke vs. Keynes

By Mike Whitney

Currently, businesses are sitting on nearly
$2 trillion, a record amount of cash. The
corporate coffers are full because business
leaders cannot find profitable outlets for
investment. Continue


Technology Addiction and Virtual Reality

By Charles Sullivan

The pervasive addiction to complex technology
has led to the evolution of a passive consumer
culture that is incapable of acting in its own
self-interest. Continue




View: Novelist F. Scott Sinclair on Twitter at:



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