The Assassination of Alice Walker

Is Israel planning to assassinate Alice Walker? Has Secretary of State Hillary Clinton essentially given Israel the green-light for such an operation? Most people know, Alice Walker (no relation to me) is a national treasure. She is best known for her Pulitzer Prize winning book The Color Purple. Growing up in Georgia, during the Jim […]

Fukushima Forever: Food Safety and Government Failings

On Saturday June 18, the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPO) which operates the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plants, released a new report admitting the plant was grossly unprepared for the disaster. The report states workers had to borrow air compressors, batteries, and cables from local contractors all the while scavenge for protective gear and emergency manuals […]

Freedom Flotilla Two: Another Massacre Looms?

  On June 21, 2011 some 40 to 50 American peace activists will gather in Athens Greece to join up with the 2nd International Freedom Flotilla headed to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid and essential building materials. The Americans, have named their ship “The Audacity of Hope” after President Obama’s book with the same title. […]

Republicans, Ayn Rand, and Satanism?

  In the interest of full disclosure, I consider myself spiritually agnostic. That said, can I get a Hallelujah! Some Christians are finally getting hip to the fact that Republicans have been worshiping at the altar of Ayn Rand, and unwittingly the Church of Satan. I kid you not. Well, at least the part about […]

Dancing with Medea

This week, a friend sent me a YouTube video on Facebook of a couple arrested for dancing at the Jefferson Memorial on May 28, 2011. I briefly looked at the video, shared it on my Facebook page, and went off to work. When I came home, I saw the link was shared again and that […]

Libya: The After Dinar Mint

  Under the War Powers Resolution of 1973, the President of the United States may order troops into combat for 60 days without seeking congressional approval. On May 20,  2011, 60 days after the attacks on Libya began, Obama sent a letter to Congress stating that while he would like them to support the U.S. […]

Bradley Manning: Torture Victim?

Over the past few months, with the crisis in Japan, endless budget debates, and NATO bombings in Libya, very little media attention has been given to the steady trickle of Wikileaks releases and related stories. Nonetheless, one important news story, mostly overlooked by the main stream media, has been the alleged torture by the U.S. […]

Tim Donnelly: Racist or Rule of Law?

  Nationwide, Republicans have elected extremists, whose radical agenda is now becoming apparent. It should come as no surprise that the most radical of Republicans are those that garnered Tea Party support. In California, one such radical extremist is newly elected assemblyman of the 59 District, Tim Donnelly. Donnelly’s history should have been a tell […]

Monbiot Goes Nuclear on Student

I owe George Monbiot an apology. Last week, I published an article for Project Censored in which I included a few choice snippets of a debate aired on DemocracyNow! The debate was between world renowned anti-Nuclear activist and co-founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Dr. Helen Caldicott, and famous author and The Guardian columnist George […]