The following article was sent to us by the author. We offer it to our readers. All opinions expressed are those of the author.By Nicola Nasser*Indeed, US President Barak Obama has gone a long way to earn his Nobel Peace Prize, which was prospectively and in advance awarded in 2009 to the 44th president of the United States while less than eight months in office.However, … [Read more...] about Obama’s ‘Big Prize’ to Earn Nobel Peace Prize
In First Interview Since Critical Injury at West Bank Protest, U.S. Peace Activist Tristan Anderson Urges Iran to Free Jailed Hikers The U.S. peace activist Tristan Anderson has given his first interview since being critically injured when Israeli soldiers fired a high-velocity tear gas canister directly at his head in 2009. Anderson was taking part in a weekly … [Read more...] about In First Interview Since Critical Injury at West Bank Protest, U.S. Peace Activist Tristan Anderson Urges Iran to Free Jailed Hikers
June 29, 2009 By Reese Erlich Reese Erlich's ZSpace Page When I returned from covering the Iranian elections recently, I was surprised to find my email box filled with progressive authors, academics and bloggers bending themselves into knots about the current crisis in Iran. They cite the long history of U.S. interference in Iran and conclude that the current unrest … [Read more...] about Iran and Leftist Confusion
by Jeremy ScahillPublished on Friday, April 24, 2009 by RebelReports There are not exactly throngs of Democratic Congressmembers beating down the doors of the Justice Department demanding that Attorney General Eric Holder appoint a special Independent Prosecutor to investigate torture and other crimes. And now it seems that whatever Congress does in the near term won't even be … [Read more...] about Are leading Democrats Afraid of a Special Prosecutor to Investigate Torture?