One 77-year-old’s search for the truth: 9/11, election fraud, illegal wars, Wall Street criminality, a stolen nuke, the neocon wars, control of the U.S. government by global corporations, the unjustified assault on Social Security, media complicity, and the "Great Recession" about to become the second Great Depression. "The most important truths are hidden from us by the powerful few who strive to steal the American dream by keeping We the People in the dark."
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
EXPERTS ASSESS POLITICAL CHANGE IN EUROPE IN THE WAKE OF RECENT ELECTIONS: POSSIBLY BIG TIME IN GREECE (OUT OF THE ERUOZONE); FRANCE POSSIBLY "THE MOUSE THAT ROARED" (HOLLANDE DEEMED NOT VERY LIKELY TO STAND UP TO MERKEL ON THE AUSTERITY ISSUE)
The growing strength of the left shows the Greek people are getting ready to leave the Eurozone
Costas Lapavitsas is a professor in economics at the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies. He teaches the political economy of finance, and he's a regular columnist for The Guardian.
May 7, 2012
Will New French President Challenge Germany?
Mark Kesselman: The big question is whether Mr. Hollande will be a lion or the mouse that roared
Mark Kesselman is professor emeritus of Political Science at Columbia University, where he taught for over 40 years. His teaching and research centered on the political economy of advanced capitalism and globalization, with a particular focus on labor unions and social movements in France and the United States. He has published scholarly books, textbooks, and articles on these topics, including "European Politics in Transition," "The Politics of Power: A Critical Introduction to American Politics, and "Introduction to Comparative Poltics."