December 2008

The Betrayal of the Commons

My Brilliant Career

Mr. Mubarak, Tear Down That Wall!

Blago’s Indian Connections

The Troubling Case of the Fort Dix Five

Who Wins What in Gaza?

What is Hamas, Really?

Where’s the Academic Outrage Over the Bombing of a University in Gaza?

What Really Killed the Auto Bailout

Gaza’s One-Sided Images

The First Casualty of Israel’s War

Wall Street’s Collapse and the Ownership Society

The $775,000-a-Year GI

The Fishbarrel War

May We No Longer Be Silent

The Gaza Ghetto and Western Cant

Electioneering with Bombs

The Education of David Frost

Tough Guys Don’t Walk

Gaza and the World

Ted Downing and Troublemaker Anthropology

Bush’s Parting Gift

Obama and the "Special Relationship"

The Banks Laugh All the Way to the Bank

Hanukkah Games

High Noon at Black Mesa

Israel’s Attempted Endgame in Gaza

The War Against Palestine

The 10 Worst Corporations of 2008

Gaza Today

What, Exactly, is Israel’s Mission?

Arne Duncan’s Dark Years in Chicago

A Hundred Eyes for an Eye

Changing the Ethnic Vocabulary

Government Without Laws

Cancerous Air

The Medusa’s Head

A Christmas Message From the Bottom of the World

War Clouds Over Gaza

Unheralded Coup

Welcome to Soup Kitchen America

Obama and the Graveyard of Empires

29 Red Flags

Eight Predictions for 2009

Nixon’s Cambodian Shock Treatment

Art, Truth and Politics

Richard Falk, Israel and the New York Times

Invoking Bigotry

Fuel Efficiency is Easy–Just Don’t Let Detroit Tell You How to Do It

SAG’s Terrible Dilemma