What Are Iran’s Intentions? by Noam Chomsky

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by Noam Chomsky
March 2, 2012

As tensions flare between Iran and the West, 120 nonaligned nations agree: the country has the right to enrich uranium.

The January/February issue of Foreign Affairs featured the article “Time to Attack Iran: Why a Strike Is the Least Bad Option,” by Matthew Kroenig, along with commentary about other ways to contain the Iranian threat.

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Free Market Health Care: True Stories by Michael Parenti

by Michael Parenti
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2 March 2012

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I recently wrote an article about my personal experiences in dealing with the medical system while undergoing surgery (“Free Market Medicine: A Personal Account“). In response, a number of readers sent me accounts of their own experiences trying to get well in America.

Health care in this country is hailed by conservative boosters as “the best medical system in the world.” It certainly is the most expensive, most profitable, and most complicated system in the world, leaving millions of Americans in shock. Continue reading