The Debate We Never Had

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Joe Palermo: It has become clear by now that the Republican candidate for president, Mitt Romney, views American society as an aggregate of atomized individuals each seeking to maximize personal gain

Civic-Minded Plutocrats

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Joseph Palermo: Wouldn’t it be something if the Bin Ladens of the world funneled untraceable cash into Republican candidates’ coffers because they know they can count on the GOP to continue the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, two of their greatest recruiting vehicles?

The LA Progressive: 21-27 February 2010

Articles by Norman Solomon Jerry Drucker Michele Waslin, Robert Letcher, Brad Parker, Ed Rampell, Shamus Cooke, Ivan Eland, Robert Reich, Robert Fuller, Michelle Alexander, Andrea Christina Nill, David Love, Paul Hogarth, Randy Shaw, Robert Letcher, Joseph Palermo, Andrew Glikson, Stuart Wolpert, Berry Craig, Ron Wolff, David Lee McMullen Sherwood Ross Robert Reich, Tom Hall, and Joseph Palermo.

Mau Mau, Marx and Coca Cola: 18th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival

Nate Parker (who played a leading role in The Great Debators) alongside actress Lela Rochon (Waiting to Exhale), and Dr. Ben Chavis, Co-Founder, President of the Hip-Hop Summit Action Network (HSAN).

Ed Rampell: Probably the most controversial film screened this year at PAFF was the Australian doc Stolen, which, according to co-director Daniel Fallshaw, started out as a documentary about the plight of people in refugee camps as a result of the West Sahara liberation movement against Morocco led by the Polisario. But, he said, in the process of filming Fallshaw and co-director Violeta Ayala purportedly stumbled upon something quite unsettling: the existence of slavery in these resettlement centers, with some Blacks owned by Arabs in the camps.