|OPINION AND EDITORIAL|
|THE WAR ON WOMEN|
March 08, 2012
By State Rep. Tami Green
(OLYMPIA, WA) -- There are still countries in this world where girls don’t go to school. Where woman aren’t allowed to drive, vote, decide who to marry -- or divorce an abusive husband.
Places where a woman’s testimony in court is officially worth half that of a man’s.
What it means to one man and why he is concerned
January 29, 2012
Chronicle News & Opinion
It was once said that some online marketing companies are amassing the kinds of dossiers on individuals that “the Nazis could have only dreamed of.”
The concern has always been, where is this all headed?
Year after year online companies get more and more intrusive into the personal habits of millions of Americans (and millions elsewhere in the world) who are now living just as much in the virtual world as they do in the bricks and mortar world.
|ON FRAUD, THE SHADOW BANKING SYSTEM AND WHY THOSE MASSIVE ROBO SIGNINGS OCCURRED|
January 29, 2012
By Ellen Brown
The Wall Street Journal reported on January 19 that the Obama administration was pushing heavily to get the 50 state attorneys general to agree to a settlement with five major banks in the "robo-signing" scandal.
The scandal involves employees signing names not their own, under titles they did not really have, attesting to the veracity of documents they had not really reviewed.
|WE HAVE MET THE ENEMY AND HE IS US|
How the 1% stays the 1%
January 21, 2012
By John Burbank
Back in the 1960’s there was a comic strip named Pogo. One of the most insightful strips was a distilled discussion of human foibles, in which Pogo announced, “We have met the enemy and he is us!”
When it comes to the national debate over the 99% vs. 1%, we may not like the growing chasm between corporate elites and the rest of us – but we’ve sure made it easy for them to keep it that way.
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