Monthly Archives: April 2017

Kitty Genovese/Dr David Dao

This morning I’m thinking about the video of Dr David Dao being dragged off a United plane in Chicago. There’s been worldwide press evaluating and condemning the actions of United Airlines and the Chicago police, but what strikes me is … Continue reading

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Resistance is $45 for general admission

Conversation on Trump resistance: A new event series hosted by The Chronicle called “Chronicle Chats.” This event, “The Future of the Left: Can the Trump Resistance Grow Beyond Protest,” will be led by columnist David Talbot and will feature a … Continue reading

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Fools and Frenchmen

Robert Parry’s piece on the mainstream media reminds us: “The evidence he [Powell] presented to the United Nations – some of it circumstantial, some of it absolutely bone-chilling in its detail – had to prove to anyone that Iraq not … Continue reading

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Michael Hayden

Trevor Timm has a piece on Michael Hayden in the Columbia Journalism Review. It reminds me of how the country’s attention seems absolutely off Iraq, Bush, and Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld’s war crimes. I haven’t forgotten.

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