Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Inadequacies of Memorial Day

Memorial Day is really prowar day. It is an unthinking paean to those Americans who died in war. It does not memorialise  those millions who we slaughtered, tortured, mutilated or nuked in war. It does not question why American service … Continue reading

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National Archives Sees All, Lists My Hiroshima Genocide Article

The National Archives, the nation’s attic, well whatever, releases a quarterly list of research that uses archival materials from N.A.R.A. (National Archives and Records Administration). I wonder how their search engines are able to so quickly determine this. Scary given the power … Continue reading

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Understanding Rand Paul and the Civil Rights Act of 1875

Kentucky Republican Senate primary winner Rand Paul has stated that he does not support repeal of  the Civil Rights Act of 1964 but disagreed with one of its eleven titles that required desegregation of privately owned accommodations. While he claimed … Continue reading

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It Gets Curioser and Curioser: The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery and Current Kuklo Citations

A little review would be good here. Dr Timothy R Kuklo is a fraud. He published faked research in which he claimed his sponsor, the medical-device giant Medtronic, had released a product that healed shattered shins on Iraqi war injured. … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal Responds to Kuklo Citation Controversy in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

  I prefer the Nation, MSNBC or the Huffington Post but we will provide a relevant image. I received an email from an esteemed Wall Street Journal reporter who requested confidentiality. This was the email I received from the reporter: From: … Continue reading

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Dr Timothy Kuklo Still Cited in Medical Literature: The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

It is astonishing to me that the fraudulent investigator, Dr Timothy R. Kuklo, who was forced to resign from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is still cited in the literature. Dr Kuklo, who is now practicing … Continue reading

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Kirstein New York Times post on Connecticut Att. Gen. Blumenthal Lies About Vietnam Service

This is the New York Times article on Attorney General Richard  Blumenthal’s execrable lies about having “served”  in the genocidal Vietnam War. This person is running for the senate and is playing the love the military card to get elected. … Continue reading

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Quasi-Rogue State Israel Bans Eighty-One Year Old Noam Chomsky From Colonies

Monday, May 17, 2010 May 16, 2010, 11:01 PM Chomsky Barred From West Bank by Israel By ROBERT MACKEY http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/05/16/chomsky-barred-from-west-bank-by-israel/ An Al Jazeera interview with Noam Chomsky, broadcast on Sunday. Noam Chomsky, an American linguist and political thinker who has … Continue reading

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Second Post on Response to SR Education Group Interview on Online-Education

Subsequent to my interview online with SR Education Group, I communicated with a full professor of education who has won her university’s teaching excellence award. She teaches a course in an online Master’s Degree program. I was struck that the entire degree … Continue reading

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SR Education Group Interview Response to Online-Education Critique

Since an interview appeared on the SR Education Group website and my blog, I have received quite a few hits and rather interesting e-mail. One was from an art historian with a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota who is very tech savvy … Continue reading

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SR Education Group Publishes Kirstein Interview on Online Education: Reprinted Here

I received several email from Program Managers at SR Education Group asking me for an interview. I was somewhat surprised since they are an online education company that brokers for online universities or mortar-and-brick universities that have online programmes. I … Continue reading

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