Monday, March 14, 2011

News & Analysis III, March 14, 2011

Chris Hedges

Krugman on Inside Job and ongoing frauds

Anonymous releases damaging Bank of America emails detailing insurance fraud in loans

How Anonymous retaliated against security firm threats by penetrating their network and releasing documents

US Public Opinion Shift Toward Israel?

Al Franken on Net Neutrality

Michigan legislation to impose marshall law in municipalities

Deceptive Editing Found in NPR Sting Tape

NYT criticism!5781806/the-new-york-times-columnist-problem

Greg Pallast details Tokyo Electric Company (TEP) involvement in planned US nuclear projects

American Lung Assoc Study on toxic effects and costs of US coal-burning power plants

Obama, torture and WikiLeaks

Circumstances of initial charges against Julian Assange in Sweden

News & Analysis II, March 14, 2011

Obama DOJ prosecutes the whistleblower Thomas Drake

A dispassionate and insightful analysis of likely GOP strategies in 2012

Perspective on the firing of Dept of State spokesman Crowley

This is unbelievable footage of the tsunami arriving in Japan!5781528/street+level-footage-of-a-japanese-town-washing-away

Stripping Collective Bargaining in Wisconsin was illegal

Main, New Hampshire and Missouri jump on the anti-labor kick, Koch brothers hands seen

Food processing idiocy in peanut butter

Obama's Ag Hypocrisy - Wendell Berry

Eduardo Porter Interview on problems with extreme income disparities

News & Analysis I, March 14, 2011

Rachel Maddow comprehensive explanation of nuclear power plants

Broad-based demonstrations in Wisconsin

Koch Industries

It's The Suburbs, Stupid

Ed Schultz on Wisconsin

Julian Assange and extradition risks

Bill Moyer and NPR's value as an institution

Working class Republican support in Wisconsin, ramifications for GOP

Then They Came For The Trade Unionists

O'Donnell parodies Gingrich apology

Contamination from abandoned Mercury mines in the west