Yearly Archives: 2018

Armistice Day First

“It gets harder to commemorate World War I, because of time and the public’s embrace of, or indifference to, a permanent war economy. About the Great War British novelist H.G. Wells wrote on August 14, 1914, “This is already the vastest war in history. … For this is now a war for peace…”

John LaForge
Published in: The Argus Observer, Antiwar, Nuke Watch Info, The Reader Weekly, Pagosa Daily Post, The Russophile
Date: November 8,10,12,2018
1041 Words

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Myths on Race and Invasion of the ‘Caravan Horde’

“Now comes the mid-term elections.
Perhaps what is most astonishing for me, as both an anthropologist and educator, is the level of racist discourse promoted by the current Trump administration against hapless refugees and the so-called threat they pose…”

J.P. Linstroth
Published in: Counterpunch, Satish Sharma’s Rotigraphy Blog, Academia
Date: November 9,12,2018
1105 Words

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The issues that won’t go away

“How much real change manifested itself in the 2018 midterms? How deeply does the outcome reflect the American soul? Apparently, about 113 million Americans, basically half the electorate, felt compelled to vote in the midterms, revved up either by intense opposition to or support for Donald Trump…”

Robert C. Koehler
Published in: Counterpunch, Chicago Tribune, Common Dreams, Tribune Content Agency, The Raven Foundation, Common Wonders Blog, Pagosa Daily Post, Brewminate, Sierra County Prospect
Date: November 6,7,8,9,2018
901 Words

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