Archive for November 2010

November 28, 2010

Denis Rancourt is a distinguished tenured Professor of Physics, a recognized expert in his field, as well as a noted Environmental Science Researcher at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Nonetheless, because of his support for oppressed Palestinians, he was unfairly fired and barred from campus - a violation of his tenure, stature, academic freedom, and activism for human rights and equal justice.

Rancourt's latest views on world and national issues will be discussed.

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November 27, 2010

Katherine Hughes represents the best of citizen activism, defending civil liberties since age 14. It "prompted her" to become an ACLU court watcher throughout Dr. Rafil Dhafir's entire 17 week rigged 2004-05 trial.

A true humanitarian, he nonetheless was convicted on 59 of 60 counts and sentenced to 22 years in prison for being Muslim at the wrong time in America.

That topic and the latest information on Dhafir's appeal will be discussed. Follow it as well on Hughes' web site -

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November 21, 2010

Jennifer Loewenstein teaches at the University of Wisconsin and is Associate Director of its Middle East Studies Program. She's also a board member of the Israeli Coalition against House Demolitions-USA branch, founder of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, and a freelance journalist.

The Israeli/Palestinian conflict will be discussed.

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November 20, 2010

Jack Rasmus is Professor of Political Economy at St. Mary's College and Santa Clara University, CA. He's also a freelance journalist, frequent speaker, a playwright and author, including his latest book titled, Epic Recession: Prelude to Global Depression.

His current economic views will be discussed.

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November 18, 2010

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November 14, 2010

Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, author, and frequent writer on financial issues. A new edition of her important book, "Web of Debt," is an essential analysis of the private banking system, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can take it back.

Brown's latest writing will be discussed.

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November 13, 2010

John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now writing on social, political, and economic issues. He taught for many years and has been a writer for many more. Visit his web site at

His latest writing will be discussed.

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November 11, 2010

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November 7, 2010

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November 6, 2010

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