This is a shocking book. Keith Bolender's "Voices from the Other Side" offers testimony from Cuban victims of U. S. terror.
Was the killing of Osama bin Laden justified? The questions remain: What is terrorism? Who are terrorists? And how does one best oppose them?
Peter King's congressional inquisition of the purported "radicalization" of U.S. Muslims is taking place the same month as the 60th anniversary of another all-American witch hunt.
Marketed as a laugh-filled romp, "Four Lions" offers much more.
The trial of Faisal Shahzad shows military tribunals are not only harmful but unnecessary.
The date was September 11. The airplanes came in at rooftop level. In seconds the great building was ablaze, and many lay dead. In the aftermath, cold-hearted reaction took over power in the country, repressing left, the working class and the minorities. Many years passed before the country emerged from this nightmare.
How involved is the U.S. military in Yemen, and is the Obama administration laying the groundwork for a new foreign adventure?
Taking advantage of the failed bombing attempt in New York City's Times Square, for which Faisal Shahzad, a naturalized U.S. citizen of Pakistani origin, has been arrested, U.S. Sens. Joe Lieberman, Independent-Conn., and Scott Brown, R-Mass., have introduced the Terrorist Expatriation Act
Racial and religious profiling and assaults on constitutional freedoms enacted by the Bush Administration have continued unabated.
When do right-wingers think an act of politically motivated violence is not terrorism? When a white man flies his airplane into a federal building and kills an African American, as Joe Stack did, Feb. 18,