The criminal murders of hundreds of innocent children in
International Tribunal to Save
War Crimes Accusations Mount Against
Why Do They Hate The West So Much We Will Ask by Robert Fisk
UN Suspends Gazan Relief Operation
Neoconservatism Dies in
Both Parties Cheerlead Still More Loudly for
Obama Camp “Prepared to Talk to Hamas” says The Guardian by Jeffrey Feldman
The Time of the Righteous by Gideon Levy
For ex-President George W. Bush and ex-Vice President Dick Cheney and most who served in Bush’s criminal administration, there must be justice. They committed war crimes and must be brought to justice. They are responsible for the deaths of thousands of young American men and women and countless Iraqi and Afghan men, women and children based on lies. They must be put in prison as the common criminals they are. Dick Cheney and his companies profited from the wars he started and that money should be repaid to the
W. and the Damage Done by Vincent Rossmeier and Gabriel Winant
For the hundreds of Wall Street executives who took money from the US taxpayers, hard-earned money that the US government doesn’t even have, and used it to redecorate their offices and go on expensive retreats and pay outrageous bonuses to people who basically drove their companies and with them the American and thus the global economy into the ditch. They must be brought to justice. There is no other way.
What should be a joyous celebratory time as a new president, the first Afro-American president, has taken over from the disastrous catastrophe of the last eight years; it is instead a time filled with grave danger and important litmus tests. It’s not President Obama’s fault. It’s the fault of every goddamned one of you stupid Americans who pulled the lever or marked the box that put George W. Bush in power, twice. Shame on you and shame on the disaster you’ve brought to your country. There is blood on your hands and there is a bleak economic future awaiting your children. It’s your fault.
Obama Must Halt America’s Moral Decline by William Pfaff
Expect the World Economy to Suffer Through 2009 by Bremmer and Roubinihttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB123267029592108287.html