Wherein Stuart Varney reveals his inner Christian.
|By: EdwardTeller Sunday December 8, 2013 8:15 am|
Because Fine’s book is one of the most important yet published on failings and stupidities of the War on Drugs, he has been in demand for public speaking engagements on legalization issues and their ramifications. He has taken a holistic approach toward how legalization, cultivation, marketing, product development and hemp-cannabis infrastructure might rationally work. In that, he is in the forefront.
|By: David Swanson Sunday December 8, 2013 6:50 am|
I’ve been discussing with people whom I consider key organizers of such a project the possibility of a newly energized movement to abolish war. One thing we’re looking at, of course, is failed past attempts to do the same. Some of those attempts have been quite recent. Some are ongoing. How, we must ask ourselves, can we strengthen what’s already underway, learn from what’s been tried before, and create the spark that this time, at long last, after over a century’s preliminaries, catches fire?
|By: Elliott Sunday December 8, 2013 5:30 am|
Sunday Morning, all talk.
|By: Suzanne Saturday December 7, 2013 10:00 pm|
|By: Elliott Saturday December 7, 2013 8:00 pm|
It’s unbelievable what was found under the lime-wash on the walls in the ancient church of St. Cadoc in Southern Wales, the church architect notice a line of red paint and on further investigation and then elbow grease, St. George and the Dragon appeared.
|By: Deena Stryker Saturday December 7, 2013 6:17 pm|
The country that used to be the breadbasket of Europe is a new bone of contention between the European Union and Russia. Ukraine, the land of the southern Russians (as Yugoslavia was the land of the southern Slavs), sits on Russia’s Western frontier.
|By: robertwfuller Saturday December 7, 2013 4:45 pm|
In choosing the academic life, most teachers expect to be part of a community committed to freedom, fairness, and justice. It’s the rare academic who does not take pride in belonging to an honorable profession.
|By: djvjgrrl Saturday December 7, 2013 3:46 pm|
Six months after the protests began, Turkish film maker @GeziDoc is premiering episode 2 in his series on the uprisings that began in a tiny park in Istanbul and went on to inspire the world. The film contains both familiar and rare/never before seen footage shot from on the ground in and around Gezi and Taksim Square in late May and early June 2013.
|By: cmaukonen Saturday December 7, 2013 2:52 pm|
The one area though that Hedges does not go into well in this interview, and his previous pieces, is that of the Bourgeoisie capitalists. The management class and engineers and doctors and lawyers and business men and college professors who not only support, but quite often praise the elite oligarchs. Like groupies. In some ways they are even more morally bankrupt and hideous.