source: Carl Herman Phil Mikan, a New England radio host, interviewed me for an hour on November 16th, 2011 on the topic of to what extent public education is designed to address and avoid the concentration of power and wealth in our world of the present. The interview is here.
By Saul Landau Scandals distract the public from focusing on key issues. Sometimes, however, they also provide insights into the character of leading cultural and political figures — and their institutions. When the story finally broke — after perhaps centuries of cover-ups — about priests abusing youthful members of their flock I smirked, not of […]
No one really wanted full body scanners. There were numerous talks of invasions of privacy and viable cases of abuse of that privacy. Today, however, the pantsbomber has made that discussion return to the forefront, with many people readily giving up their privacy because they now feel that the government knows what they’re doing. For […]
November 29, 2009 - 10:00 AM The following story provides more evidence of the economic and fraudulent wake that is enveloping public schools throughout the nation through the Trojan horse for privatization called ‘charter schools’. Do not be fooled, for all over the US the havoc wrought from a decaying social fabric is being exposed […]