By Jack A. Smith
At no time has it been indicated a majority of Libyans support overthrowing Col. Gaddafi, much less back a US/NATO war to install a western-aligned government in Tripoli — especially one about which considerable questions are being asked. Continue
Libya: The Law is Clear - It is Illegal to Arm the "Rebels"
By Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey
Under the UN Charter and Resolutions 1970 and 1973 it would be illegal for any entity to arm the "rebels" in Libya and in so doing, this would constitute a breach of international law, leaving the perpetrators open to criminal liability.
And has anyone researched the history of the "rebel" movement? Continue
US-backed Bahrain Regime Tortures, Murders Critics
By David Walsh
The US remains steadfast in its support for the murderous Khalifa regime, even as Washington blathers on about “democracy” and “human rights” in Libya. Continue
Nobel Prize Winning Economist Slams US Dollar
Video Interview By RT
Joseph Stiglitz, told RT why he thinks the US dollar as the reserve currency is hurting the entire world, how Federal Reserve have failed, and why inequality in the US may be reaching a tipping point that hurts the economy and society. Continue
Tax Me, I'm Rich, Says Deep-Pocketed Group
By Alan Farnham
Patriotic Millionaires for Fiscal Strength--rich guys in favor of raising taxes on themselves and other wealthy people--say they are irritated over President Obama's failure to do just that. Continue
Japan’s nuclear cover-up:
It is not nuclear technology as such that presents the danger, but the social and economic order under which it has developed.
If nuclear power remains in the hands of private corporations and under the domination of the capitalist market, the environment and public health and safety will inevitably be subordinated to the drive for profit.