by Robert Parry edited by O Society August 10, 2019 The Right’s powerful propaganda apparatus sold millions of Americans on the dangerous and false notion the Framers of the U.S. Constitution incorporated the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights so an armed population could fight the government the Framers had just created. As a … Continue reading The Second Amendment and Madness
by Evan W edited by O Society August 8, 2019 There's an uncomfortable truth haunting our country these days. We've known it for a long time though it seems we are becoming more accustomed to brushing it off than considering its ramifications. It leaves the feeling of being violated and feeds a growing sense of … Continue reading Verity: The Simple Truth
by Tom Coburg edited by O Society August 5, 2019 A US judge rules WikiLeaks is fully entitled to publish the Democratic National Congress (DNC) emails, which means no law was broken. The ruling is highly significant as it could impact upon the US extradition proceedings against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, as well as the ongoing imprisonment of whistleblower Chelsea … Continue reading Judge’s ruling throws huge spanner into US extradition proceedings against Assange
by O Society edited July 16, 2019 Thank you Ray McGovern, you are on point as usual with the essay below. As you know, there is not now and never has been any public evidence produced of Russia-gate. As an old lady once asked upon inspection, "Where’s the Beef?!? Rather than a scientific forensics-based investigation, … Continue reading Sic Transit Gloria Mundi
Far from being a touchstone of the truth, knowledge is a stone-age concept that harms our dealings with the modern world by David Papineau edited by O Society July 15, 2019 I'm against knowledge. Don’t get me wrong: I’m as keen on the facts as the next person. I’m no friend of fake news. I … Continue reading Knowledge is a Stone Age Concept. We’re Better Off Without It
by Jack Delaney edited by O Society July 13, 2019 Imagine making cents on the dollar to toil in a warehouse, separated from the broader society, while repeatedly piecing together widgets or engaging in manual labor for some multinational corporation with which you’ve never interacted. For many Americans, the concept of making nickels and dimes … Continue reading Workers With Disabilities Make Cents Per Hour and It is Legal
Don’t look now, but a federal judge in Washington, D.C. just shut down half of Robert Mueller’s Russian-interference case. by Daniel Lazare edited by O Society July 11, 2019 In February 2018, the special prosecutor indicted a St. Petersburg troll farm called the Internet Research Agency along with two other companies, their owner, Yevgeniy Prigozhin, and 12 … Continue reading Concord Management and the End of Russiagate?