President Ahmadinejad by aleXsandro Palombo

An Artist by the name of aleXsandro Palombo sent The Daily Censored this picture this morning. Representing how the President has laid himself across the tracks of a train heading to a Holocaust style death camp, the parallels of the picture may not only be the tracks themselves.

California State University Faculty Most Say No to Furloughs

By Peter Phillips California State University (CSU) is facing a $583.8 million dollar budget cut for the 2009-10 fiscal year. CSU faculty are being asked to take 10% less pay by accepting two days of furloughs per month for 2009-10.  Justification for this request is to protect 3,700 full time equivalent lecturer positions (9000 Instructors) […]

Analysis of Project Censored: Are We a Left-Leaning, Conspiracy-Oriented Organization?

By Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” –Frederick Douglass One continuing criticism of Project Censored is that […]

California legislature: tyranny of the minority

by guest writer Will Shonbrun The only way to fix California’s economic/fiscal mess is to change the structure of the legislature that requires a two-thirds vote in both houses to both pass a budget and to raise taxes. Whether this is feasible is an open question, but I don’t think there can be any doubt that […]

DoD Training Manual: Protests are "Low-Level Terrorism"

By Dennis Loo The Department of Defense is training all of its personnel in its current Antiterrorism and Force Protection Annual Refresher Training Course that political protest is “low-level terrorism.” The Training introduction reads as follows: “Anti-terrorism (AT) and Force Protection (FP) are two facets of the Department of Defense (DoD) Mission Assurance Program. It is DoD policy, […]

Trespass on Belgian nuclear site sentenced as 'affectation'

“In less than one minute I’m on the other side of the fence, I follow the road on the ‘cold zone’ and walk to the gate.” Anja Hermans, a Belgian environmental activist, discovered it was duck soup to get on the premises of the nuclear power plant at Doel near Antwerp. She wrote down her […]

Mohamed, et al v. Jeppesen Data Plan

Obama: Kidnapped? Tortured? Sorry, State Secrets, You Can’t Sue By Dennis Loo On June 12, 2009, Obama’s DOJ filed court papers seeking to overturn a landmark case that permitted the victims of torture to sue the Boeing subsidiary, Jeppensen Data Plan, for its role in “extraordinary rendition” and torture. The case, Mohamed, et al v. […]

Obama the Deceiver's Cairo Speech: Don't Believe Sugar Coated Lies and Hypocrisy

Last week President Barack Obama delivered a much-anticipated speech in Egypt, which the Administration hoped would mark a change in world perception concerning US foreign policy. Obama changed some of the rhetoric of George W. Bush to make his policies seem more appealing to a skeptical world population. The President quoted the Qur’an out of […]

ACLU Challenges Defense Department Training that Lawful Protests are "Low-Level Terrorism"

Anti-terrorism training materials currently being used by the Department of Defense erroneously teaches that lawful public protest should be regarded as “low level terrorism.” The ACLU is calling the approach “an egregious insult to constitutional values” and has demanded the training materials be changed and corrective information be sent to all DoD employees who have […]

9/11 Truth Comes Home

This post was given to us with permission from Frank Morales. Frank Morales June 2009 It’s late spring 2009 in New York City and an unannounced unidentified U.S. government plane streaks across town. Recollecting the horrors of 9/11, the incident scares the he-be-gee-bees out of the citizenry. Some miles to the north, U.S. Senator Charles […]