Monthly Archives: May 2011

DePaul Students, in the Tradition of the Finkelstein Tenure Travesty, Rally for Academic Freedom and Gender Justice

PRESS RELEASE DATE: May 26, 2011 CONTACT: Heather Rakes, (773) 484-6119, or Lynne Bernabei or Eliza Dermody at Bernabei & Wachtel, PLLC, (202) 745-1942 or bernabei@bernabeipllc.com and dermody@bernabeipllc.com On Thursday, May 26, 2011 at 4:00 p.m., a group of DePaul … Continue reading

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MP3 Version of Kirstein Remarks at Loretta Capeheart Northeastern Illinois University Teach-in

Free Speech Under Attack – From Wisconsin to NEIU Segment: 5 ‎Click on either the headset, if browser is Explorer, or mp3 link for Podcast of my remarks at antiwar, academic freedom forum at Northeastern Illinois University on April 26, 2011. 2838-1-FS-PeterKirstein.mp3 … Continue reading

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His Fraudulency Dr Timothy Kuklo is now in Colorado

I received an email informing me of the current location of Dr Timothy Kuklo. I can verify he is now practicing orthopaedic medicine at the Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute. This facility is in Englewood, Colorado that is a suburb directly south of Denver. … Continue reading

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Commencement 2011 and the National Anthem

Tommie Smith and John Carlos during the National Anthem. An iconic, wondrous moment of protest during the 1968 Olympics in Mexico when the superstars won the gold and bronze medal in the 200-metre race. At my commencement exercise, it was announced that … Continue reading

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Law Professor Barack Obama’s Error in Understanding the Meaning of “Justice.”

President Obama taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago, a premier law school in the Hyde Park area of Chicago. On “60 Minutes” on Sunday May 8, 2011, he gratuitously offered extraneous to a specific question the observation that … Continue reading

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SEAL Team 6 Looting Is not “Job well done” in Barbaric Raid and Assassination of Sheikh Usama Bin Laden

May 6, 2011: Supporters of Pakistani religious party Jamiat-e-ulema-e-Islam are seen near an image of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden during an anti-U.S. rally on the outskirts of Quetta, [Pakistan]. Text except for nation identification from Washington Post, May 7, 2011. I might add … Continue reading

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Now the Cartoonish Glorification of the SEAL Team 6 Assassins and Marauders

“In Bin Laden’s Compound, Seals’ All-Star Team” runs the headline in the fawning New York Times. You knew it would happen after the Sheik Bin Laden bloodletting was proclaimed. The Washington Post reports these invaders were “ripped” and sculpted males–of … Continue reading

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Bin Laden Assassination Confirms US Duplicity and Illegal Conduct

Update: My first post charging the US lied about women being used as human shields as the SEAL team assassins shot unarmed women in Pakistan is true. At least the allegation that women were used as shields was confirmed as untrue … Continue reading

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United States Had Other Civilised Options to avoid Killing Usama Bin Laden and Family Members

The dramatisation of the killing of Mr Usama Bin Laden and family members I could have predicted in advance. The New York Times and other so-called mainstream media are glorifying this operation of one of skill, secrecy and brilliant planning. Why … Continue reading

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The Murder of Osama Bin Laden Should be Condemned

I condemn the killing on May 1, 2011 of Osama Bin Laden, his son and apparently innocent civilians in this raid. Note the usual lies from the military that a woman killed was “used as a shield by a male combatant.” I doubt it. … Continue reading

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