Not good news. This easily passed the Senate.
Tag Archives: Glenn Greenwald
The grievance aired by Occupy Wall Street – that we should be upset at the current economic and political system and the consistent trends of the past decade – is great Greenwald territory in general, and no one sums it up and puts in all the links quite like he does.
Glenn Greenwald has a cynical piece on Obama’s corporate-shill economic team, well worth reading in full – as they say, Wall Street spent more to elect Barack Obama than any previous candidate – but particularly valuable is Greenwald’s little gem of advice for interpreting propaganda: Geithner wasn’t chosen and hasn’t remained despite being ”associated with the deregulatory [...]
A most disturbing post from Glenn Greenwald, highlighting apparent Bank of America plans to target several journalists, including Greenwald and Jennifer 8. Lee.
Not for everyone, but I am an admirer of Glenn Greenwald when he launches into these splenetic rants against the world, flavored with irony of the very bitterest sort. The update is priceless: UPDATE: Highlighting several of the points here, The Independent‘s Robert Fisk today discovered that the aforementioned pro-Mubarak official Frank Wisner — hired by the State [...]
Two pieces, by Andrew Sullivan and Glenn Greenwald, on Obama’s policy of torturing human beings for whatever an American president’s ends may be, without limitation. The national malaise continues – how much sadness I see in people’s lives! even people a decade younger than myself are locked in it – and Obama’s practicality (i.e., lack [...]
If you’ve never read a piece by Glenn Greenwald, treat yourself. This guy sounds like a terrible person to have a dinner conversation with – time to cut down on those unsubstantiated assertions! – but invaluable as a journalist and blogger. Terribly smart and frighteningly informed. And he exudes the integrity of crisp thinking. In [...]