'Production Versus Plunder' ~ Part 5
Editorial by Paul Rosenberg     
Surveillance is nothing new. In fact, it goes back some seven thousand years. Then, as now, it quietly destroyed productive modes of life. Furthermore, it was fundamental in setting one class of people (rulers) above all other people (the ruled). This two-class division of humanity was not always with us; it began in specific ways, which we'll examine today. Continued from last week… THE PROGRESSIVE CHOKING OF CREATIVITY As illustrated by last week's time line, the great benefactors of ...
The Legislatively-Induced Violence of the Drug War
Editorial by Shane Smith     
The story of Robert Bates has covered the news wire for the past two weeks. A sting gone bad, with a "pay for play" volunteer reserve ...
Market is Solving Climate Change
Staff News & Analysis     
Politicians like Al Gore have made millions whipping crowds into a frenzy over "Climate Change," the newer term for what they once called ...