Law Deans Bring Home The BaconBy Mary W Maxwell, PhD5-17-11 (originally posted on Rense.com) As recently as 12 years ago, professors from 137 law schools signed a joint letter that blamed the US Supreme Court for wrongly interfering in … Read more . . .
Who is Behind Wikileaks? By Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, December 13, 2010 “World bankers, by pulling a few simple levers that control the flow of money, can make or break entire economies. By controlling press releases of economic … Read more . . .
Who Has The Crystal Ball? By Paul Craig RobertsGlobal Research, November 2, 2010 My conservative and Republican acquaintances believe that the “liberal media” is destroying America. When I ask them to identify the liberal media, the usual reply is, “all … Read more . . .
Washington Post cancels lobbyist event amid uproar http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0709/24441.html By MIKE ALLEN & MICHAEL CALDERONE | 7/2/09 8:04 AM EST Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth said today she was canceling plans for an exclusive “salon” at her home where for as much as $250,000, the … Read more . . .
Noble Resolve and the Portland Presstitutes Captain Eric H. May 26.08.2007 19:39 Captain Eric H. May, the Internet intelligence writer, delivers a scathing review of the media/military misinformation in Portland’s nuke exercises, Noble Resolve (just finished) and TOPOFF (coming soon). He … Read more . . .
Floor-crossing Is Plain Political Prostitution Dr. Motsoko Pheko These are interesting times. These are disconcerting times. The political space we are in now is called the “window of opportunity,” but in reality, it is the window of opportunism. It is … Read more . . .
Political Prostitution by Laura Thigpen24 March 2010http://www.unitedliberty.org/articles/5361-political-prostitution The late great Pres. Ronald Reagan once famously equated politicians to prostitutes. That little quip drew self-conscious titters from both sides of the political aisle. But the “Gipper” was wrong, not in principle … Read more . . .
Buy Your Way into College: A New Form of Prostitution By Richard Vedder A few years ago, Daniel Golden of the Wall Street Journal, in a stellar example of investigative journalism, revealed how elite private universities sometimes will admit the kids … Read more . . .
Publishing as Prostitution? Choosing between One’s Ideas and Academic Failure by Bruno S. Frey Institute for Empirical Research in EconomicsUniversity of Zurich, June 2002 See HERE … Read more . . .
Inside the terror plot that ‘rivaled 9/11’ What really happened in the case that led airlines to bans liquids and gels By Richard Greenberg, Paul Cruickshank, and Chris Hansen Dateline NBC, Sept. 15, 2008 [If you like amusement, look … Read more . . .