2016 and Then Some By Tom Engelhardt Source: TomDispatch Monday, October 04, 2010 Change Text Size a- | A+ Tom Engelhardt's ZSpace PageJoin ZSpace Sometimes it’s the little things in the big stories that catch your eye. On Monday, theWashington Post ran the first of three pieces adapted from Bob Woodward’s new book Obama’s Wars, a vivid account of … [Read more...] about The War Addicts
Donald P. Gregg, the national security adviser to Vice President George H. W. Bush from 1982 to 1988 and ambassador to Korea from 1989 to 1993, is chairman emeritus of the Korea Society (NYT)__________________________________________________________________Hankyorehhttp://english.hani.co.kr/arti/english_edition/e_northkorea/438299.htmlSouth Korean government impeded Russian … [Read more...] about Reports from South Korea Peace Activists
/rotate.phpJudge Faircloth Change of Heart?Michael Walli Released from Jail!Today, only three days after he was sentenced to six months of federal prison for carrying the protest against the School of the Americas onto Fort Benning, Michael Walli was released from jail.Early Thursday, Michael was ordered to pack up his belongings from his jail cell. He expected that he would … [Read more...] about Close the U.S. School of Torture: Protester released from jail
By Jeremy Scahill, Rebel Reports. Posted April 8, 2009.UPDATE: At least one nuclear-powered U.S. warship is reportedly on its way to the scene of the hijacking off the coast of Somalia of a vessel owned by a major Pentagon contractor. A U.S. official told the Associated Press the destroyer USS Bainbridge is en route while another official said six or seven ships are … [Read more...] about ‘Pirates’ Strike a U.S. Ship Owned by a Pentagon Contractor, But Is the Media Telling the Whole Story?