Boston Marathon Bombing: The Suspects

Three young people are dead as a result of the Boston Marathon Bombing that happened at 2:50 pm (EDT) near the finish-line on Boylston Street, April 15, 2013. 17 people are in critical condition, with over 170 injured. We are waiting for police and other authorities to release images or videos of the suspect or […]

Wisconsin: None dare call it vote rigging

ShareThis Wisconsin: None dare call it vote rigging By Bob Fitrakis 14 Jun 2012 If vote-rigging prospers, none may call it vote-rigging. It simply becomes the new norm. Once again, the universal laws of statistics apply only outside U.S. borders. The recall vote in Wisconsin produced another significant 7% discrepancy between the unadjusted exit poll […]

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort – media

ShareThis Breaking: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survives recall effort – media —Koch brothers, other corpora-terrorists outspent Democrats by $ 27 million 05 Jun 2012 Exit polling suggested that Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, were locked in a tight battle. [This story will be updated.] Citizens for Legitimate Government […]

Greece could exit eurozone, IMF chief tells FRANCE 24

ShareThis Greece could exit eurozone, IMF chief tells FRANCE 24 15 May 2012 The head of the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised the possibility that Greece could leave the eurozone in an orderly fashion. “If the country’s budgetary commitments are not honoured, there are appropriate revisions to do, which means either supplementary financing and […]

Obama’s Tax Policy Targets Rising Sector of His Base: The Affluent

By JOHN HARWOOD, WASHINGTON — Partisan clashes over President Obama’s proposed tax increases have obscured something remarkable: that the affluent Americans targeted by his policy represent a growing share of his own party’s base. You would not know it from Republican cries of class warfare swirling around Mr. Obama’s new budget, which reiterates his […]

No real exit from Iraq: Private forces will take over when U.S. Military “leaves”

When the U.S. military completes its withdrawal from Iraq, more than 16,000 people, mostly Americans and third-country nationals, will still remain working in the country. Many of the them are based in Baghdad at the largest U.S. embassy in the world. In his Rock Center debut, Ted Koppel traveled to Iraq ahead of the withdrawal […]