Monthly Archives: June 2010

HNN to Publish Kirstein Article on Howard Zinn

I am giving a talk on Howard Zinn at one of the oldest community groups in the nation. Founded in 1951 the College of Complexes, name derived from a Freudian reference, sponsors weekly lectures by experts on a variety of … Continue reading

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Helen Thomas: the Courageous Reporter, Another Victim of Israel Criticism Taboo

Let’s be direct. Helen Thomas tried early last year on February 9, 2009 to get an American president to concede at a nationally televised press conference what everyone knows, that the State of Israel has nuclear weapons. She asked Barack Hussein Obama … Continue reading

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Good News for Tobacco Users: Brands Renamed That Astonishingly Eliminates Deceptive Advertising: Sure

The government has ordered the word “light” or its plural form “lights” be removed from cigarette packaging and advertisement so it would not convey the message that the products are less toxic than non-light cigarettes. Many premium brands are changing their names. So much … Continue reading

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French University Group Seeks Support of Palestinian Freedom from Apartheid

Sign the petition for humanity and saving the innocent from out-of-control oppression and vicious force. From: AURDIP – Association des Universitaires pour le Respect du Droit International en Palestine [] Sent: Thu 6/3/2010 4:27 PM To: Kirstein, Peter N. Subject: … Continue reading

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