William Pepper is the attorney for the King family, who has been leading the efforts to end the cover-up surrounding the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Costs and Consequences of American Empire, by Chalmers Johnson.
by Kelvin Heslop
Green Fascism Is on the Rise.
Prof. Taras V. Muranivsky: Where Shall We Find His Like?
by Richard Freeman
The prestigious New York Council on Foreign Relations held two days of discussions on scenarios for “The Next Financial Crash.” But the only “solution” offered there, from game-theorist Peter Schwartz, was that the victims of the crisis, such as those infected with AIDS in Africa, “should die as quickly as possible. They should not be kept alive.”
by Michele Steinberg and Jeffrey Steinberg
The World Bank hired Dr. Ravi Kanbur to write a World Development Report that would rubber-stamp the Bank’s policy of globalization and the destruction of sovereign nation-states. But Dr. Kanbur decided to tell the truth instead.
The von Hayek-dominated Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung refused to print it, but others did.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Marcia Merry Baker and Marsha Freeman
by Angelika Beyreuther-Raimondi
by Paolo Raimondi
by Poul E. Rasmussen
Report on the completion of the second of three planned great infrastructure projects, the Fixed Link across the Øresund.
by Colin Lowry
by Susan Welsh
To solve the crisis of civilization that we face today, there is no better, or more inspiring, model to study, than Abraham Lincoln. Given the halo that now surrounds the memory of that martyred President, it is easy to lose sight of how very difficult his victory was, over those who sought to destroy the United States. In Lincoln’s battle against crazed popular opinion, the “vox populi,” he wielded the most powerful weapons at his disposal: creative reason, humor, and “firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right.” It is no wonder that, even now, the British oligarchy and its stateside lackeys are trying to eradicate his memory.
by Mark Burdman
by Mary Burdman
The “Survivors’ Club” diplomacy, to protect their economies and national sovereignty, is becoming more prominent as the IMF-based global financial system comes closer to collapse.
by Steven P. Meyer
A treasure of Bach family music scores, some of which have never been published and others which have not been studied in more than a half-century, will soon be available to researchers from around the world.
by Dean Andromidas
The British landed aristocracy is emerging from behind the latest attacks on Zimbabwe’s elected government.
by Sara Madueño de Vásquez
The corrupt Democratic National Committee leadership is planning to muzzle any and all dissent at the August National Convention in Los Angeles: no open microphone on the floor, no floor demonstrations, no debates, and no discussion of the Party Platform. But many delegates don’t take kindly to being ordered to shout “Heil Gore!”
by Edward Spannaus
The DOJ “permanent bureaucracy” ensured that the Kowalski report sustained the “official line” on the King assassination—that there was no conspiracy, and that U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies had no role in it—and any and all contrary evidence was simply ignored or suppressed.
by Linda Everett
by Scott Thompson
by Carl Osgood