Monthly Archives: March 2014

Drowned Out – Media Filters in Action

“More than a decade after Saddam Hussein agreed to give up weapons of mass destruction, Iraq has stepped up its quest for nuclear weapons and has embarked on a worldwide hunt for materials to make an atomic bomb, Bush administration … Continue reading

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Dog Days in Palestine: A case study in British Mandate Surveillance

  Palestine during the late 1930 carried the weight of many congruent and interlocking struggles that had been occurring internationally since the First World War. The events occurring were culminating with the cross continental Second World War occurring simultaneously when … Continue reading

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Collective Action in Ludlow

Sounds of heavy breathing, crunching leaves, and nervous murmurs filled the silence in between the rounds of gunshots echoing amongst the trees from the Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. guards, hired militiamen, and Colorado National Guard. The air was thick … Continue reading

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Utah High School Student Captures Screen Shots of the Anti-Book Common Core Test

Originally posted on COMMON CORE:
A Utah High School student took the Common Core (SAGE) test this week.  Seeing objectionable issues in that test, she thought her mother should know.  The student took screen shots using her cell phone and sent them…

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Towards the Precipice: Robert Brenner on the crisis in the US economy

Towards the Precipice: Robert Brenner on the crisis in the US economy Robert Brenner calls the housing crisis before it occurs. To restore order, the Federal Reserve brought down interest rates in record-breaking fashion, but there was no response from … Continue reading

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The Guardian: The truth about Israel’s secret nuclear arsenal by Julian Borger

This article is absolutely bonkers. Apparently Mossad has been stealing Nuclear technology, weapons, and chemicals from the U.S. since the 1950’s, including top Mossad agent Arnon Milchan (producer of Fight Club, Pretty Women, LA Confidential, and 12 Years a Slave). … Continue reading

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Do what you love mantra: Capitalist optimism in hindsight.

“Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life! Before succumbing to the intoxicating warmth of that promise, it’s critical to ask, “Who, exactly, benefits from making work feel like non-work?” “Why should workers feel as … Continue reading

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The Battle of Algiers

Full video provided in French; for English or other languages, go to captions and select your language. Fantastic movie of the anti-colonialist struggle for a free Algeria with excellent cinematography and writing. Wiki Description: “The Battle of Algiers (Italian: La … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about Inequality: Stats and Facts

Inequality in the United States is a pretty divisive and tricky topic to maneuver within a country that class politics has mainly been absent in. However, with what appears to be more mainstream coverage of U.S. inequality, as well as … Continue reading

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Snapshots of Inequality by Dylan Monohan – Socialistworker Analysis

Snapshots of Inequality by Dylan Monohan IT GOES without saying that capitalism causes economic inequality. This is actually a point of pride for defenders of the system–they believe that the free market thrives because the deserving few are rewarded. The … Continue reading

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