August 2009

The Future of Charter Schools

The Reappointment of Bernanke

From Citizen to Serf in 200 Years

The Leaking Game

The Coup and Honduran Women

Getting Away With Torture

Haiti After the Hurricane

The Long Struggle to Reclaim Beersheva’s Great Mosque

China’s Wild West

Israel: A Stalemated Action of History

The Face of Impunity

The Charter School Hype and How It’s Managed

Why Didn’t the Leopard Eat Tom Friedman?

Mexico’s Supreme Court Tosses a Bombshell into Chiapas

Obama and Duncan’s Education Policy:Like Bush’s, Only Worse

Why has Human Rights Watch Fallen Silent on Honduras?

Boycott Israel

Westlands Hoards Surplus WaterWhile Farmers Suffer

The Continuing Story of Camp Ashraf

Loving Oneself at the Expense of Another

Paycheck President

Grim Times for Irish Travelers

Why I Chose to Play Scarlatti on Bainbridge Island

American Justice is Not Blind, But it is Truly Sick

The Truth About The Afghan Election

In Defense of the Dark Side of the Moon

Russia/Georgia/U.S. One Year LaterWho Came Out Ahead?

Zionism: An "Abnormal" Nationalism

The Right Wing’s Prince of Gonzo

What It’s Like to Die

Unwritten CIA Death Contract Awarded to Blackwater

The Drug Barons’ Campaign to Make Us All Crazy

The Detention of Shah Rukh Kahn

The Strategy Behind Israel’s Migrant Labor Policies

The Worst and the Best Thing to Happen to the Democratic Party in Years

Americans: Serfs Ruled by Oligarchs

There are a Lot of Angry People Out There

Guess What? He’s a Terrible President

AIPAC Sends in the Clowns

Legendary Lawyer Doris Brin Walker Dies; Represented Angela Davis, Smith Act Defendants

The Three Amigos Summit

Katrina Pain Index – 2009

Whose Acre?

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

Don’t Confuse Medicare with Single-Payer

Block Obama’s Abject Surrender to Insurance and Drug Companies

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

Drought of Justice, Flood of Funds

Life and Death in Baghdad as Americans Leave

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