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9/11 Truth: Scott Forbes describes power-downs in WTC
Painful Deceptions
The 9-11 Omission Commission
Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime
9-11 Eyewitness
Loose Change 2nd Edition
Professor Jones Exposes Controlled Demoltion of WTC on MSNBC
Confronting the Evidence
The 9-11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions
Are the Criminals Frightened?
The Bush-Bin Laden Connection
9-11 and Oil Production (satire)
FBI Translator Speaks of 9-11 Foreknowledge and Treason
9-11 Commission Ignores Terrorist Funding
Cheney Stand Down Order
Controlled Demolition of WTC Towers
9-11 Painful Questions
9-11 Pentagon Strike
The Corporation
Capitalism and Other Kids Stuff!
Capitalist Conspiracy
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
The Age of the Cheerful Robots
Masters of the Universe
Economic Hitman
The Value of Debt
The Economy of Human RIghts
The World in Ten Seconds
The Bush Tax Cuts
/The Elite
Bohemian Rhapsody
Secrets of the CIA
JFK2 - The Bush Connection
The Secret Government
Hugo Chavez Speaks at the UN
Mr. Cheney Gets Some Feedback
Masters of the Universe
Bush Nazi Crime Family History
Bush Family Criminal Dynasty
The Clinton Chronicles
Conspiracy of Silence
Ariel Sharon: The Accused
The President Talks to God
Galloway Delivers a Scathing Rebuke to a US Senate Commission
John Bolton talks about the UN
Iraq War
White House Pushed UK to Kill al-Jazeera Bombing Story
Fallujah - The Hidden Massacre
M.Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism, and Conspiracy
Ike Was Right About The War Machine
Galloway vs Hitchens on the Iraq War
Propaganda and War: Iraq and Beyond
We Are Not Going Away
Iraqi Resistance Kills U.S. Marines
Iraqi Lullaby
Iraqi's Murdered By U.S. Marines in Fallujah
Democracy Hypocrisy - Iraq War
War Makes Beasts of Men
Fallujha- The Day After
Second Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
Saddam had no WMD
One Year Anniversary of the Iraqi Occupation
The Century of the Self
Operation Hollywood
Gore Vidal: Vote Fraud and 9-11
Donahue vs O'Reilly
Galloway vs O'Reilly
Power of Nightmares
Myth of American Exceptionalism
Conspiracy Theory Rock
The Art of Democracy
The Myth of the Liberal Media
The Fake Town Hall Meeting
Galloway is Attacked by Paxman
The O'Sexxxy Factor
I Would Execute Everyone At Gitmo
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US Military Depleted Uranium Movie
Testimonies of Horror from the War on Drugs
Cold War, DirtyScience
The Invisible Machine
Governments Threaten Journalists in New Orleans
Martial Law in New Orleans
Surveillance Campaign
London Bomb Was Under the Train
London Terror Games
Nuclear Weapon Test
Panama Deception
Stop Nuclear Bunker Busters
Selling War to Kids
Amnesty International Criticizes USA For Torture
Stop USA Torture!
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Clint Curtis testifies about vote fraud
Peter King's Election Prediction

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February 21, 2006

Port Deal: Neoliberal Business as Usual - ...big transnational corporate fish eating smaller transnational corporate fish, nothing more than business as usual, a neoliberal feeding frenzy, in this instance controlled by the UAE royal family.

Corporate Control of Ports Is the Problem - Ports are essential pieces of the infrastructure of the United States, and they are best run by public authorities that are accountable to elected officials and the people those officials represent.

February 17, 2006

African bio-resources "exploited by West" - Dozens of Western multinationals have made millions of pounds in profits from exploiting African bio-resources taken from some of the poorest nations on earth, with not a penny offered in return.

February 12, 2006

$521,000: The average pay of Goldman Sachs employees ­ and that includes secretaries - They call it Goldmine Sachs. And well they might. Because the Wall Street giant has become the first major investment bank to see its average salary top half a million dollars.

February 10, 2006

Rough trade: Diamond industry still funding bloody conflicts in Africa - The global diamond trade is continuing to fund vicious civil wars in countries such as Ivory Coast and Liberia, despite international efforts to blacklist stones from regions at war.

February 9, 2006

State subsidy to Wal-Mart employees put at $12 million - The total was nearly double that amount if costs to federal taxpayers are included.

February 7, 2006

BP annual profit hits record high 22.34 billion dollars - British energy giant BP unveiled a near 31-percent rise in annual net profit owing to rocketing oil prices...

The Problem with Mercury - A History of Regulatory Capitulation to the Chemical Industry

Exposed: the secret corporate funding behind health research - Academics and the media have failed dismally to ask the crucial question of scientists' claims: who is paying you?

February 4, 2006

Bush's Energy Escapades - The Most Obscene Profits in American History

February 3, 2006

Rainforest Eden faces death by chainsaw - to make margarine - A £4.2 billion plan proposed by a Chinese bank and backed by Jakarta politicians would clear 1.8 million hectares of this wilderness over the next six years to grow oil palms to feed the world’s growing appetite for margarine, ice-cream, biscuits and biodiesel fuel.

February 2, 2006

Big Oil screws America into the ground - They’re dancing in the halls at ExxonMobil, but quietly. See, they’ve just set the earnings record for American companies, raking in $36 billion in annual income, even more than Wal-Mart, which makes ExxonMobil number one.

February 1, 2006

Oil execs refuse to testify at Senate hearing - Officials from six major oil companies have refused to testify this week at a Senate hearing looking into whether oil industry mergers in recent years have made gasoline more expensive at the pump.

January 30, 2006

Exxon profits surge to new record - Surging profits topped off a record year for Exxon

January 29, 2006

Big Oil Keeps Chugging With Chevron's Record Quarter - Chevron Fourth-Quarter Earnings Rise 20 Percent to Company Record of $4.14 Billion

January 27, 2006

Halliburton swings to $1.1 billion profit, cites 2005 as company's best - Oilfield services conglomerate Halliburton Co. swung to a profit in its fourth quarter on robust sales and increased rig activity, and called last year the best in its 86-year history.

January 26, 2006

Dr. Frist Immunizes Big Pharma - We are well down the road of sacrificing our country to a flaccid and corrupt government in bed with profit-obsessed, amoral corporations.

Using the most vulnerable people as guinea pigs - Within the confines of hidden, top-secret installations around the globe, tests on human subjects -- from torture to physiological degradation -- occurs in the name of National Security, medical research, or some new and arcane acronym just coined by the Department of Homeland Terror and its corporate cohorts.

"Suicide Seeds" Could Spell Death of Peasant Agriculture, UN Meeting Told - Developed by multinational agribusinesses and the U.S. government, Terminator has the effect of preventing farmers from saving or replanting seeds from one growing season to the next.

January 25, 2006

One Death Every Minute - The arms trade makes big money for the richest nations while fuelling conflict across the world.

Pesticide Tests on Humans Approved by EPA - Shocking? - not really - especially considering how dispensation of various toxins to people has been happening for quite some time in the U.S.

January 23, 2006

War and mining - Actually the "rest of us" wouldn't need to "keep their bosses honest" if there were no bosses, in particular bosses with interests different from the workers. The capitalist forces which underly the continuing war drive are precisely the same ones which underly the "need" to cut costs in the mines, maximizing profits.

January 21, 2006

BECHTEL VS. BOLIVIA: THE PEOPLE WIN! - The Cochabamba water revolt – which began exactly six years ago this month – will end this morning when Bechtel, one of the world’s most powerful corporations, formally abandons its legal effort to take $50 million from the Bolivian people. Bechtel made that demand before a secretive trade court operated by the World Bank, the same institution that coerced Bolivia to privatize the water to begin with.

Slavery Beneath the Golden Arches? - So who buys tomatoes from a man convicted of human enslavement? The answer seems to lie beneath the Golden Arches.

January 19, 2006

The modern-day robber barons - The arrogance displayed by today’s employers rivals that of their “robber baron” predecessors more than a century ago--when cutthroat capitalists fought ruthlessly against every attempt by workers to raise safety standards and wages, or to form unions.

January 18, 2006

Wal-Mart's Health Keeps People Sick - If Wal-Mart were a state, it would rank 39th in population, right behind Nebraska -- and that doesn't include the dependents of the company's 1.7 million employees.

January 17, 2006

Selling the Amazon for a Handful of Beads - In the midst of an Amazonian oil boom, classified documents reveal deep links between oil companies and Ecuador's military.

The latest Bush mega-catastrophe is now pharmaceuticals - ...now he is visiting disease and death on tens of millions of our elderly and ill with a botched Medicare/Medicaid drug plan that has plunged the nation's pharmacies into total chaos while driving the states even closer to bankruptcy. As you read this, millions of Americans are without medications that may be life-sustaining because of what Bush has done to "improve" their pharmaceutical plan.

January 16, 2006

Carlyle "given sweetener" in Qinetiq deal - Carlyle is now expected to make an eightfold return on its 34 per cent stake when 49 per cent of Qinetiq is floated next month, while executive chairman John Chisholm stands to see his £129,000 investment grow to around £23m.

January 14, 2006

The Root of Sago Mine Disaster: Corporate Crime Pays - ...the most crucial step to prevent tragedies like Sago has little to do with the specifics of mining -- it involves changing the cost-benefit analysis made by corporate executives in workplace safety decisions.

January 13, 2006

Wall Street grabs $21.5 billion in bonuses - In what amounts to a massive misappropriation of social wealth, Wall Street’s major investment banks and trading firms are handing out $21.5 billion in year-end bonuses for 2005.

January 11, 2006

After the West Virginia mine disaster, the official whitewash begins - ...the joint state-federal investigation would not focus on the well-documented safety violations at the mine or why state and federal regulators allowed it to remain open. Instead...the probe would concentrate on the communications failure that led miners’ families to believe the men had been rescued alive.

January 9, 2006

Nuclear weapons business as usual: Despite past performances Bechtel & UC awarded Los Alamos contract - Like many of the nation's resources under this administration, it is being privatized and placed into corporate hands, a little further from public view.

January 7, 2006

Drug profits infect medical studies - Why shouldn't we be surprised? Because over the last 25 years, clinical research has been largely privatized.

Inherit the Wind: The Global Spread of GMO Crops - For Monsanto, Dow and Novartis, a decent shot at gaining control over much of the world's food supply is now blowing on the wind and there's no turning back.

January 6, 2006

Ashcroft Shops For South Korea - What do you get when you combine John Ashcroft, Israel, the South Korean military and Boeing? A troubling weapons deal.

January 5, 2006

Sago Mine Disaster Indicts Deregulation - This is what happens when you deregulate industry. People die. This is what happens when you let companies act as their own watchdogs. People die.

January 4, 2006

Corporate Crime: Execs Taking Fall While Corporations Go Free - With help from the U.S. Justice Department and state prosecutors, corporations are getting away with serious crimes by using their executives as cannon fodder...

January 1, 2006

Dyncorp and Halliburton Sex Slave Scandal Won't Go Away - Rumsfeld's lie that it was an employee and not a company problem highlighted by recent developments.

U. of Michigan Becomes 10th College to Join Boycott of Coke - The university, which has 50,000 students on three campuses, on Thursday became the 10th college to stop selling Coca-Cola products because of concerns arising from accusations about the company's treatment of workers in bottling plants in Colombia and environmental problems in India.

December 26, 2005

National Autism Association Says Senate Gift to Drug Companies Is Unconstitutional - Liability protection allows injuries from pharmaceutical products without penalty to manufacturers as Senate Majority Leader heralds "Fristmas"

Big payoff in CEOs' stockings - At Goldman Sachs...CEO Henry Paulson will pocket a bonus this year of about $38 million. This will help compensate for the mere $30 million he received last year.

December 22, 2005

Corporations paying top executives personal income taxes, paper finds - Amid soaring CEO compensation, a number of companies are paying extra sums to cover executives' personal tax bills. Many companies are paying taxes due on core elements of executive pay, such as stock grants, signing bonuses and severance packages. Others are reimbursing taxes on corporate perquisites, which are treated as income by the Internal Revenue Service. They run the gamut from personal travel aboard corporate jets to country-club memberships and shopping excursions.

December 15, 2005

Philip Morris Wins Reversal of $10.1 Bln Damage Award - Altria Group Inc.'s Philip Morris USA doesn't have to pay a $10.1 billion damage award to smokers of ``light'' cigarettes who accused the company of misleading them about health risks, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled

Coca-Cola Faces Mounting Pressure over Abusive Practices at Plants Worldwide - "Coca-Cola in India is a perfect example of what goes wrong when institutions like the World Trade Organization (WTO) give more powers to corporations..."

December 14, 2005

U.S. OIL FROM NIGERIA TAINTED WITH BLOOD - Oil corporations have operated for decades in Nigeria, the world’s fifth-leading oil producer, with no fear of penalties for trashing the environment or violating the human rights of nine ethnic groups in the Niger Delta. The Ogoni, fishers and farmers like other peoples of the nine Niger Delta states, lived off the land until 1958 when Shell Nigeria began drilling oil. Gas flaring and river dredging for pipelines began almost immediately, transforming the fertile delta into a wasteland of oil, chemicals, and pollutants.

December 13, 2005

Halliburton got bonuses for overbilling taxpayers by $169 million - The Army Corps of Engineers paid profits and bonuses to Halliburton for oil transport and repair in Iraq even though the Pentagon's own auditors declared $169 million in costs for the work to be "unreasonable" and "unsupported..."

December 12, 2005

Dow Chemical Said Shirking Responsibility 21 Years After Disastrous Gas Leak - December 2 marked the 21st anniversary of the methyl isocyanate gas leak from a Union Carbide pesticide plant in the city of Bhopal that killed some 15,000 people and left another 800,000 suffering from the after-effects of inhaling toxic fumes, according to figures from the Indian government.

"Most Wanted" Corporate Human Rights Violators of 2005 - Corporations carry out some of the most horrific human rights abuses of modern times, but it is increasingly difficult to hold them to account. Economic globalization and the rise of transnational corporate power have created a favorable climate for corporate human rights abusers, which are governed principally by the codes of supply and demand and show genuine loyalty only to their stockholders.

December 8, 2005

Tire Giant Firestone Hit with Lawsuit over Slave-Like Conditions at Rubber Plantation - Firestone, a multinational rubber manufacturing giant known for its automobile tires, has come under fire from human rights and environmental groups for its alleged use of child labor and slave-like working conditions at a plantation in Liberia.

Don't Buy the B.S. - Iraqis are not the only folks these days being served B.S. disguised as steak. If Iraqis want a preview of the kind of dis-/mis-information they will get should they ever fully join the Western world, just come on over to my place and watch a couple of evenings of American network and cable TV.

December 7, 2005

Did Big Oil participate in planning invasion of Iraq? - ...the Bush administration’s energy policy was not based only on the dismantling of corporate regulations and the loosening of restrictions on oil exploration in the United States. It had an even more important foreign component: the plan to invade and colonize Iraq, and then privatize and expropriate its enormous oil wealth for the direct benefit of American oil concerns and US capitalism as a whole.

December 3, 2005

Twenty Years After Bhopal: The Struggle Goes On - For the past two decades, some of the poorest people on earth have been struggling against two of the world's biggest and richest corporations.

TV report: Wal-Mart security guards spied on union sympathizers at Quebec store - ...union leaders and workers sympathetic to the drive were targeted by undercover security guards. One former guard said he patrolled the store in civilian clothes, watching employees. Another said the store's surveillance cameras were used to follow certain employees.

December 1, 2005

National Parks to Seek Corporate Sponsorships - "This starts a slow motion commercialization of the national park system...What will be allowed stops just short of licensing ads for "The Official Beer of Yosemite" or "Old Faithful, Brought to You by Viagara.’"

November 30, 2005

Drugmakers Win Exemption in House Budget-Cutting Bill - As part of a House budget bill that reduces spending on Medicaid prescription drugs, pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co. and other businesses secured a provision ensuring that their mental health drugs continue to fetch top price at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars to the states.

The Growing Problem of Defense Industry Profiteering - ...a defense contractor has gotten so rich off taxpayer cash he actually held a $10 million bat mitzvah for his daughter, featuring 50 Cent, Tom Petty and Aerosmith, among others. That's right - a $10 million. On a bat mitzvah.

November 29, 2005

In Medicare, a $170m savings for Raytheon - Raytheon Co. will save $170 million by using a new Medicare plan to shift some expenses for retirees' prescriptions to taxpayers.

November 28, 2005

Gimme an Rx! Cheerleaders Pep Up Drug Sales - Anyone who has seen the parade of sales representatives through a doctor's waiting room has probably noticed that they are frequently female and invariably good looking. Less recognized is the fact that a good many are recruited from the cheerleading ranks.

Bird Flu and Chicken Factory Farms: Profit Bonanza for US Agribusiness - Agribusiness companies stand to reap huge gains in the event that scientists at Cambridge University and elsewhere are able to replace the entire world chicken population with genetically-engineered chicks allegedly resistant to H5N1 virus.

November 27, 2005

Pharma's Poisoned Generation - "People often wonder why regulatory officials would protect drug makers. In large part, because the CDC and FDA policy decisions are made through advisory panels whose members have financial relationships with the same companies they are charged to regulate."

November 26, 2005

Vedanta Undermines Indian Communities - Vedanta is a vertically- integrated behemoth with an impressive international portfolio comprising copper, bauxite (aluminium), zinc, lead and gold. It has raised almost $1 billion on the London Stock Exchange and has started to snap up mines in Zambia and Australia.

Pharma To Republicans - Time To Pay Up Again - ...if the Bush administration and its puppets in Congress achieve their common goal of protecting pharma profits by shielding vaccine makers from lawsuits, tax payers will have to foot the bill for the life-long costs of caring for millions of injured children.

November 18, 2005

DuPont hid risks of chemical - While our government wishes people to cower in fear over imagined terrorist threats to poison our food supply or water, our own corporations are already doing an excellant job of this. The real terrorists are companies like DuPont, willing to poison hundreds of millions in persuit of profits.

November 16, 2005

Document Says Oil Chiefs Met With Cheney Task Force - A White House document shows that executives from big oil companies met with Vice President Cheney's energy task force in 2001 -- something long suspected by environmentalists but denied as recently as last week by industry officials testifying before Congress.

November 15, 2005

Mexican shop owner beats Coca Cola - Mexico has imposed its biggest anti-monopoly fines ever, totalling about US$68 million, against Coca Cola and dozens of its distributors and bottlers.

November 14, 2005


November 10, 2005

Wall Street bonuses expected to soar again in 2005 - As jobs and wages decline

US Senate feigns outrage over big oil’s windfall profits - The joint hearing of the US Senate’s Energy and Commerce committees on oil profits Wednesday had its comical side. Republican and Democratic lawmakers, many of them millionaires themselves and recipients of fat campaign contributions from the oil companies, feigned dismay and even outrage over the vast sums that have poured into the coffers of big oil—and the pockets of its CEOs—as a result of soaring fuel costs over the past several months.

November 9, 2005

Drug Industry Human Testing Masks Death, Injury, Compliant FDA - ...the drug industry is paying the people who do the tests -- and most of the people who regulate those tests. And that combination can be dangerous, and sometimes deadly.

November 8, 2005

Feds: Wal-Mart Execs Knew Workers Illegal - Senior Wal-Mart executives knew cleaning contractors were hiring illegal immigrants, many who were housed in crowded conditions, and sometimes slept in the backs of stores, according to a federal agency's affidavit.

November 7, 2005

Bird Flu: A Corporate Bonanza for the Biotech Industry - Tamiflu, Vistide and the Pentagon Agenda

November 5, 2005

An inside job—US Labor Department and Wal-Mart’s secret agreement on child labor - ...the agreement included a provision that the government would give the company a 15-day notice “of any audit or investigation at the stores covered” by the agreement. In case this did not give the company adequate time to put on hold any illegal activities, the agreement also gave Wal-Mart a 10-day grace period to address any violations and avoid monetary penalties.

An Organic Drift - The big producers, which often use synthetic materials in processing, want to call their processed foods organic because that designation commands premium prices.

November 4, 2005

Blood on the Tundra, Betrayal in the Rotunda - Oil's Victory in Alaska, with a Dem Assist


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