Chris Hedges: It’s Over, They Won

Chris Hedges

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with Chris Hedges
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April 2, 2011

on Apr 1, 2011

Adam Klugman speaks with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Chris Hedges, March 26th, 2011

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Class Warfarin: Dosage, Part I by Joseph Natoli

by Joseph Natoli
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April 2, 2011

Why Americans are not upset by the steady siphoning of wealth from the many to the very few is a question that confounds, more confounding than probing into America’s love affair with the automobile because class and conflict are words, like Lord Voldemort, that cannot be uttered. Unfortunately, we are gladly feasting on what makes this silence possible. Continue reading

Helen Caldicott vs George Monbiot: “Prescription for Survival”


Anti-nuclear poster

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March 30, 2011

“Prescription for Survival”: A Debate on the Future of Nuclear Energy Between Anti-Coal Advocate George Monbiot and Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott Continue reading

Ongoing Supremacy of White Supremacy by Steven Jonas, MD, MPH

by Steven Jonas, MD, MPH
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April 2, 2011

The True Issue or "Thats Whats the Matter...

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In a BuzzFlash commentary dated Aug. 25, 2009. (See here)

I pointed out that the South had six principal war aims in the Civil War:

1. The preservation of the institution of African and African-American (courtesy of the slave owners and slave masters) slavery and its uninhibited expansion into the Territories of the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountain region, and the Southwest.

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