Monthly Archives: January 2012

Norman Finkelstein Returns to the Scene of the Crime: Academic Freedom Denial at DePaul University

Norman G. Finkelstein returned to DePaul on January 16. It is a university with one of the worst academic freedom reputations in the US. Matt Muchowski in In These Times, a progressive and nationally known Chicago newspaper, has covered the story and … Continue reading

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Will Obamacare Finally Reign in the Medtronics, the Edwards Lifesciences, Physicians Such as Drs Kuklo and McCarthy?

The New York Times is reporting that Obamacare, I use the term with approbation, is on the cusp of helping patients avoid unscrupulous physicians and their Big Pharma paymasters. I hope the Obama administration new health-care law with the backing … Continue reading

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Why I Gave to the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign on the Day of the New Hampshire Primary

Without completely testing whether I have the academic freedom to endorse a candidate, I gave to the Ron Paul campaign at his website. This is the first time I have contributed to a Republican presidential candidate’s campaign either in … Continue reading

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Support the DePaul Three and Feminists Against Academic Discrimination

I had blogged on this before and had posted their federal complaint. At the time their attorney wanted me to delete one of their names, Penny Silvers. That is why only two were cited by name. This is their federal lawsuit … Continue reading

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