Sunday, November 30, 2014

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Evil with a Nice Face – The Janus Principle

-World’s Biggest Liars-
What is the Unfathomable Evil behind Establishment Liars and Mass-Media “Talking Heads”?

Who controls the Establishment and what is their incredibly Evil Secret that empowers their Agenda? What drives the Establishment’s Duplicity & Deception which is beyond Normal Imagination or Comprehension?
What Secret Evil empowers the Establishment’s Iron-Grip of control over each other and their Major Mass Media, the USG including the Congress, the Administration, the US Department of Justice, the Judiciary and American Law Enforcement?
What is this Evil Secret that drives the endless Establishment Propaganda Machine of the Nightly International News?   by Preston James              >Complete Report<

Saturday, November 22, 2014

John F. Kennedy's Vision of Peace

On November 22nd, 1963, my uncle, president John F. Kennedy, went to Dallas intending to condemn as "nonsense" the right-wing notion that "peace is a sign of weakness." He meant to argue that the best way to demonstrate American strength was not by using destructive weapons and threats but by being a nation that "practices what it preaches about equal rights and social justice," striving toward peace instead of "aggressive ambitions." Despite the Cold War rhetoric of his campaign, JFK's greatest ambition as president was to break the militaristic ideology that has dominated our country since World War II. He told his close friend Ben Bradlee that he wanted the epitaph "He kept the peace,"

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Sunday, November 16, 2014

Westminster Town Hall Forum: 'Nuns on the Bus'

Sister Simone Campbell speaks at the Westminster Town Hall Forum about "Nuns on the Bus: The Call to Compassion." She is an attorney, Catholic sister, and executive director of Network, advocating economic justice and immigration reform.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Legendary Talk Show Host Phil Donahue on the Silencing of Antiwar Voices in U.S. Media

Phil Donahue is one of the best-known talk show hosts in U.S. television history. The Phil Donahue Show was on the air for almost 30 years, until 1996. In 2002, Donahue returned to the airwaves, but was fired by MSNBC on the eve of the 2003 U.S.-led war in Iraq because he was allowing antiwar voices on the air. We talk to Donahue about his firing and the silencing of antiwar voices by the corporate media — that continues to this day.                                               >Amy interview with Phil<

A Land Claim is Canada's Claim

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Paralyzed Iraq War Vet Turned Peace Activist Tomas Young Dies on Eve of Veterans Day

As the nation marks Veterans Day, we remember the Iraq War veteran Tomas Young, who died this week at the age of 34. He enlisted in the military just after the Sept. 11 attacks. On April 4, 2004 — his fifth day in Iraq — Young’s unit came under fire in the Baghdad neighborhood of Sadr City. Young was shot and left paralyzed, never to walk again. Young returned home and became an active member of Iraq Veterans Against the War. He remained in and out of the hospital for the rest of his life. Young was later featured in the documentary "Body of War" directed by Ellen Spiro and the legendary television broadcaster Phil Donahue. We broadcast excerpts of the film and past Democracy Now! interviews with Young. Donahue joins us in studio to discuss the impact Young made in the antiwar and veteran communities and the making the film, which was nominated for an Academy Award.