GMO Proliferation Bills

GMO Proliferation Bills - by Stephen LendmanFour in all so far plus another authorizing funding under a 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act. One is HR 875: "Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009." Introduced in the House on February 4 by Rep. Rosa DeLauro, (D, CT) whose husband has ties to Monsanto, with 39 co-sponsors, it's been... Continue Reading →

Israel’s Illegal Annexation of East Jerusalem

Israel's Illegal Annexation of East Jerusalem - by Stephen LendmanSo says a confidential EU report revealed on March 7 by The London Guardian's Rory McCarthy. It accuses Israel "of using settlement expansion, house demolitions, discriminatory housing policies and the West Bank (Separation) barrier as a way of 'actively pursuing the illegal annexation' of East Jerusalem."... Continue Reading →

Defending Zionism – Defending the Indefensible

Pro-Zionism: Defending the Indefensible - by Stephen LendmanThis article responds to a March 15 Los Angeles Times Judea Pearl one headlined: "Is anti-Zionism hate?" Pearl teaches computer science at UCLA, is the father of slain journalist Daniel Pearl, and president of the Daniel Pearl Foundation. It was " continue Danny's mission and to address the... Continue Reading →

Obama’s Latest No Banker Left Behind Scheme

Obama's Latest No Banker Left Behind Scheme - by Stephen LendmanOn Wall Street, that is. So hyped by advance fanfare, Timothy Geithner unveiled his Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP) on March 23, the latest in a growing alphabet soup of handouts topping $12.5 trillion and counting - so much in so many forms, in "gov-speak" language,... Continue Reading →

Incriminating Evidence of Israeli War Crimes in Gaza

Incriminating Evidence of Israeli War Crimes in Gaza - by Stephen LendmanThroughout its history, Israel has willfully and repeatedly committed crimes of war and against humanity, always with impunity. Yet under customary legal standards and norms (including Geneva, Hague, the UN Charter, S.C. and G.A. resolutions), it's lawless, a serial abuser, a threat to the... Continue Reading →

Hopeful Change in El Salvador?

Hopeful Change In El Salvador? - by Stephen LendmanLike other Latin American nations, El Salvador has had a long and troubled history, ruled from one decade to the next by successive military dictatorships, then since 1989 by the right wing National Republican Alliance or ARENA Party. Long-suffering Salvadorans recall the 1980s struggles when the Farabudo... Continue Reading →

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