Bin Laden’s death, therefore, is a watershed. It marks the beginning of a new phase of political Islam in Pakistan and perhaps the world. Those celebrating outside the White House, in New York… Continue reading
प्रकाश के रे बरगद के संपादक हैं. इज़रायली सेना की एक टुकड़ी किसी नाके पर फलस्तीनियों की गाड़ियों की तलाशी ले रही थी. यह कोई नई बात नहीं थी. जबसे इज़रायल बना है तब… Continue reading
Kavita Krishnan is a Member of the Central Committee, CPI(ML) Liberation. This article appears in the May 2011 issue of Liberation, the central organ of CPI(ML). She can be contacted at kavitakrish73[AT]gmail.com. Is… Continue reading
ANHAD 23, Canning Lane, New Delhi-110001 firstname.lastname@example.org, tel-23070740/ 22 Shri P. Chidambaram Hon’ble Union Home Minister Government of India April 29, 2011 Subject: Request for providing adequate and effective security to Shri… Continue reading
This week, a man died in the United States at the age of 91. I’d never heard of him before, and yet his invention is arguably what keeps me in a job.
He was Hubert J. Schlafly, the creator of the teleprompter.
Jason Leopold is the deputy managing editor of Truthout.org and a co-founder of The Public Record. As an investigative journalist he has written extensively on the Guantanamo Bay detention and torture camp, Enron, and the Military. The list goes on. In February 2011, Leopold interview Australian David Hicks, a former Guantanamo detainee. It was Hicks’ first interview about the torture and abuse he endured at Guantanamo, and his struggle with the injustice of US ex-judicial processes. Leopold and his colleague, Jeffrey Kaye, have also investigated medical experiments at Guantanamo and psychological techniques used to design Bush’s torture program. His work has been published in The Los Angeles Times, The Nation, Salon, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Financial Times, Alternet, Z Magazine, Earth Island Journal, Homeland Security Today, and numerous other national and international publications. Leopold was the recipient of the Project Censored award two times for his investigative work on Halliburton and Enron. He was awarded the Thomas Jefferson award by The Military Religious Freedom Foundation for a series of stories on the rise of Christian fundamentalism in the U.S. Military.
Jeffrey Kaye, a psychologist living in Northern California, writes regularly on torture and other subjects for Truthout, The Public Record and Firedoglake. He also maintains a personal blog, Invictus. His email address is… Continue reading