August 2009

Americans: Serfs Ruled by Oligarchs

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

Don’t Confuse Medicare with Single-Payer

by MARY LYNN CRAMER

U.S. Turns Blind Eye to Israel’sNew Separation Policy

by JONATHAN COOK

Block Obama’s Abject Surrender to Insurance and Drug Companies

by RALPH NADER

Why Iceland and Latvia Won’t (and Can’t) Pay for the Kleptocrats’ Ripoffs

by MICHAEL HUDSON

Whose Acre?

by URI AVNERY

Katrina Pain Index – 2009

by BILL QUIGLEY And DAVIDA FINGER

The True Story of Fox’s Hero, Kenneth Gladney

by DON FITZ

Bagram Isn’t the New Guantánamo, It’s the Old Guantánamo

by ANDY WORTHINGTON

Zionist Pioneer Renounces Zionism

by HELENA COBBAN

Can the Washington Post Save Dick Cheney?

by RAY MCGOVERN

Life and Death in Baghdad as Americans Leave

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Drought of Justice, Flood of Funds

by P. SAINATH

Politics After Hope

by HENRY A. GIROUX

Health Care and the Seeds of Disunity

by SAUL LANDAU

Israeli Land Sale

by JONATHAN COOK

Obama’s Immigration Reforms

by WAJAHAT ALI

Prison Games

by DAVID MACARAY

Health Plans and Death Plans

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Class, Race and Clint

by KIM NICOLINI

The Geometries of Bob Dylan

by GREG MOSES

Kind of Blue at Fifty: Stalked by Bill Evans’ Ghost

by DAVID YEARSLEY

Monsanto’s Man in the Obama Administration

by ISABELLA KENFIELD

Colombian Elites Fear Bolivaran Revolution

by NIKOLAS KOZLOFF

There Ain’t Much to Country Livin’

by LORENZO WOLFF

Kind of Blue at 50, Stocked by Bill Evan’s Ghost

by DAVID YEARSLEY

Woodstock at Forty

by PAUL KRASSNER

Sleepwalking Through the Minefield

by JOHN ROSS

The Commons, the Castle, the Witch and the Lynx

by PETER LINEBAUGH

Why a Debtor’s Revolt Would Work

by MARSHALL AUERBACK

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