A newly released film, “On the Dark Side in Al Doura” focuses on U.S. Army Ranger John Needham’s experience in Iraq where he witnessed grim atrocities. It includes shocking uncirculated photographic evidence of what appear to be war crimes. The story is presented within the framework of decisions by the Bush Administration to step away […]
By Saul Landau In the early Spring 1982, I accompanied former US Senator Jim Abourezk (D-SD) to Libya. National Geographic had asked him to get Libyan permission to film several sites of Roman ruins. He met with officials I walked Tripoli’s streets. At a coffee shop near the hotel, a group of young men stopped […]
Source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com Lifting the Veil is a two-hour film that documents how the Obama Administration is continuing and escalating the policies of the Bush Administration in the unlawful areas of US wars and economic fraud. These policies are easily shown as Orwellian unlawful, as I explain and document here. The American response will be […]
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/your-world-news/2011/03/02/americas-political-prisoners Please join us for a very important show regarding the plight of America’s political prisoners that continue to languish behind US federal prison bars. Year after year, this US government continues to feel the need to lecture other countries about human rights and their political prisoners yet the US warehouses more political prisoners than […]
source: Carl Herman, Examiner.com Dr. James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, in discussion of the central problems and solutions of the US economic crisis. The interview is here. Dr. Fetzer has published more than 100 articles and reviews, and is author to 20 books in the philosophy of […]
I’m not waiting for Superman. Waiting for Superman, Davis Guggenheim’s new educational film is presently receiving a media blitz. Is big business behind its success?
Victims of a massive financial fraud will unveil a documentary Aug. 25 in Minneapolis that portrays federal authorities as helping bankruptcy lawyers and the government feast on dwindling victim assets without adequate protections for fairness. The Second Fraud, spiked last December from planned showings on four Minnesota TV stations, tackles an especially sensitive story in that state: What happened after local financier Thomas Petters caused the estimated $3.65 billion in losses that authorities revealed in September 2008?