Monday, November 22, 2010

    The Stench of American Hypocrisy 


The Stench of American Hypocrisy: Information Clearing House: ICH

By Paul Craig Roberts

The military regime that rules Burma just
released from house arrest the pro-democracy
leader, Aung San Suu Kyi. The American media
used the occasion of her release to get on
Burma’s case for the absence of the rule of
law. I’m all for the brave lady, but if truth
be known, “freedom and democracy” America
needs her far worse than does Burma.


The Stench of American Hypocrisy

By Paul Craig Roberts

How can the government put a person in jail
for torturing dogs but turn a blind eye to
members of the government who tortured
people? Continue


Young Boy Strip Searched By TSA

TSA Responds to "Strip Search" Video of Boy

By Brian Montopoli

Quote: Op-Ed

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) 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 old saw? 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 live the experience in real time: yes, a
reality show 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.