The struggle for Workers’ Rights Heats up at The University of Maryland: Impatient for worker rights

Picture of the persident’s mansion that is undergoing a $5,000,000 renoovation as workers struggle to meet the necessities of daily life while putting up with harsh abuse at the site of exploitation — work. Monday, March 26, 2012 Solomon Comissiong, author of this piece,  is a frequent  contributor to Dailycensored.  Readers can use the search engine […]

Inconvenient Details About the Afghan 17 Massacres

  Since the appearance of a March 27th article by sociology professor James Petras on numerous websites (see The Afghan 17 and the Obama Cover-up), I have been closely following the dispute between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and the Obama administration over the number of shooters in the March 11th massacre in southern Kandahar. I’ve […]

My personal history of the 1% killing a million children each month

This is my paper for The Center of Process Studies’ conference, Money-Creation in a Finite World (free and open to the public, April 10-12, 2012; Claremont Colleges, CA): Money and credit as public services for full-employment, optimal infrastructure, ending debt slavery: Epic proponents, related history of US government and corporate media, partnership for Occupy victory It’s divided into these […]

450 major bank resignations; arrests of economic & War Criminals next?

A little over three weeks ago, 116 major bank resignations was startling news. Now with over 450 resignations and David Wilcock’s compelling documentation, the question is whether the 1% criminal oligarchy face imminent arrest. I can’t predict the future. I don’t know what the resignations mean. I don’t know if these arrests and end of […]

Adrienne Rich: Artist of the Possible

In late November of 2003, I sat on the floor in a crowded luncheon just a few feet and slightly behind Adrienne Rich, speaking and reading her poetry at the annual convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, held that year in San Francisco. Appropriately, Rich was reading from her upcoming collection, The […]

Psychiatric Bias and Bigotry in Mainstream Corporate Media

by Don Weitz In a democratic system of thought control…[it is] necessary to take over the entire spectrum of opinion, the entire spectrum of discussion, so that nothing can be thinkable apart from the party line; not just that it be obeyed, but that you can’t even think of anything else. – Noam Chomsky, linguist […]

Britain: state pension linked to age" The Granny tax

Attacks on working people are happening all around the world, not simply here in the US.  From Greece to Italy, from Portugal to Turkey the mass of the world’s citizens are not only feeling the pinch of plunder, but they are saying they will not take it anymore. Meanwhile, their so called ‘leaders’ work for […]

Massacres and PTSD

By Saul Landau Western media has focused attention on Sgt. Robert Bales’ background. He allegedly murdered 16 Afghan civilians, 9 of them children, near Kandahar. After the bloodbath, Bales returned to his base and confessed. The media delved into Bales’ childhood, his marriage, and even his role on the high school football team. Reporters underlined […]

What does monetary & credit freedom look like?

This is my paper for The Center of Process Studies’ conference, Money-Creation in a Finite World (free and open to the public, April 10-12, 2012; Claremont Colleges, CA): Money and credit as public services for full-employment, optimal infrastructure, ending debt slavery:Epic proponents, related history of US government and corporate media, partnership for Occupy victory It’s divided into these […]