Important letter from Robert W. McChesney: Support Monthly Review

This letter, from Robert W. McChesney, was mailed to our subscribers a few weeks ago. We are hoping that the many friends of Monthly Review in our email family will also take a moment to read this letter and respond to our request. We urgently need your support. Dear Friend of Monthly Review, Back in […]

President Andrew Jackson and Peter Cooper on monetary reform

This is my paper for The Center of Process Studies’ conference, Money-Creation in a Finite World (free and open to the public, April 10-12, 2012; Claremont Colleges, CA): Money and credit as public services for full-employment, optimal infrastructure, ending debt slavery: Epic proponents, related history of US government and corporate media, partnership for Occupy victory It’s divided into these […]

A powerful argument for blocking Wisconsin’s voter ID law

The following is from Larry Miller’s blog.  You can go to:  and see the video presented as well as read the entire article.  There is also information about how you can weigh in on the criminal activities of those rigging the election this year. Cap Times editorial  Posted: Friday, March 2, 2012 University of […]

Cuban 5:Terrorism, Spies, and American Justice

On June 14, 2011 Carlos Hernandez, the mayor of Hialeah, a city in Miami-Dade County,  “honored” the FBI and CIA funded terrorist Luis Posada Carriles by giving him the key to the city. As many know, there is overwhelming evidence linking Luis Posada Carriles to the mid-flight bombing of a Cuban airliner, which killed 73 […]

Michigan School superintendent writes Governor Snyder of Michigan requesting his school be turned into a prison

With cash starved public educational facilities and districts, it would come as no surprise that public schools currently being closed or on the ‘list’ might be turned into prisons.  After all, with prison population rising and with good pay for prison guards, communities all over the US just might go for the argument that converting ‘failing schools’ […]

Revolt from US War Criminals: letter from a real Nobel Peace Prize Laureate to Obama

source: Carl Herman, Below is a voice that you should consider for your highest expression of citizen virtue. What I have to say are in these two articles: Open proposal for US revolution: end unlawful wars, parasitic economics Common Sense for new American Revolution: revolt from US government by dicts LETTER TO PRESIDENT BARACK […]

May Day: The University of Maryland Public Workers air grievances regarding despicable working conditions, racism, sexism, patronage and cronyism

  Picture of Maryland University forum held by Black Faculty and Staff Association to address public workers’ concerns, April 26, 2011  In the public sector of our society, to take one example within public universities, the school administration is the ‘managerial class’ that oversees education and all the workers who labor within the public university […]

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. […]

Workers at the University of Maryland say, "Don't mourn, organize" — Emergency Rally for UMD Worker’s Rights!

On March 31, the UMD student newspaper, the Diamondback, wrote an article based on an anonymous letter from a non-exempt University Employee describing the work environment on campus as a “Nazi camp” and a “plantation.” “We are made to feel like idiots,” the letter said. “Our opinions are null and void, our days are as […]