Foreign specialists’ may stage chemical attack in Syria in 2 days to frame Assad – Russian MoD 23:07 Aug 26 0 comments
The Trump-Putin Peace, Trade, And Friendship Talks 12:11 Jul 03 2 comments
EU Commission proposes new strict EU-wide rules on single-use plastics 12:29 May 29 0 comments
Red faces in governments around the world after Cambridge Analytica dirty laundry comes to light 22:49 Mar 23 0 comments
Protecting WIldlife in Ireland from Hedge Cutting and Gorse Burning 23:37 Feb 23 0 commentsmore >>
What is Dogmatism and Why Does It Matter? Wed Mar 21, 2018 08:10 | Sylvia Smith
The Case of Comrade Dallas Mon Mar 19, 2018 19:44 | Sylvia Smith
Review: Do Religions Evolve? Mon Aug 14, 2017 19:54 | Dara McHugh
Fake News: The Epistemology of Media Wed Jun 07, 2017 11:52 | Gavin Mendel-Gleason
Officials and Provisionals Sat Apr 01, 2017 22:54 | James O'Brien
Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005
Tuam ? time to uncover the truth Anthony
A bird's eye view of the vineyard
Naval Eastern Med after Sept 17 SITREP Sat Sep 22, 2018 20:51 | The Saker
Tales Told the Millennians Sat Sep 22, 2018 19:04 | The Saker
Putin, Israel and the downed Il-20 Fri Sep 21, 2018 05:10 | The Saker
Kevin Barrett speaks about KPFA banning Bonnie Faulkner?s show (MUST SEE!) Fri Sep 21, 2018 02:43 | The Saker
Some Fast Thoughts On IL-20 (Andrei Martyanov) Thu Sep 20, 2018 20:33 | The Saker
The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) has received word from the Irish participants on the Viva Palestina aid convoy that they crossed the border at Rafah and arrived in Gaza shortly after 7pm (Irish time). This is exactly one month after the convoy set off on its journey and despite concerted efforts by Egypt to obstruct its progress.
Following several months of fundraising, four teams from across Ireland departed on Saturday, 5 December, to travel 4,000 miles across land to Gaza in Palestine to deliver ambulances and humanitarian aid to the besieged people of that tiny region. Concerned Irish citizens from Cork, Derry, Dublin, Galway and Tyrone are bringing two ambulances, a mini-bus, and a truck filled with over 10 tonnes of humanitarian aid.
A critique of the Obama Presidency from taking office in January of this year to now.
Criticism of the Obama Administration in the United States (and around the world) is more noticeable as is the slide in the opinion polls for the young president. This may seem predictable given the unrealistic levels of global expectation that accompanied him as he swept into the Oval office with the words ‘hope and change’ ringing around America. However, just over nine months on, commentators and supporters alike are disappointed at Obama’s apparent inability to deliver on his campaign promises. The polemicist, Gore Vidal, in several recent interviews went as far as to say that Obama will be a ‘one term President’ who is ‘completely overwhelmed’ by the challenges that confront him.
After more than three months' deliberation, President Barack Obama has finally decided to commit more than 30,000 US troops to the Afghan war. The ‘Afghan surge’ is to be fast tracked over the next six months with a large bulk of the troops arriving before Christmas. The deployment will cost approximately $1 million dollars per soldier, per year, some $30 billion overall. This price tag is on top of the considerable costs (running into the hundreds of billions of dollars) of keeping over 100,000 US soldiers ‘in-country’, while maintaining other US global military operations as well as the on-going fiasco in Iraq. The combined deployment of US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan is close to 250,000 service personnel, which is augmented by the greatest number of private military contractors/mercenaries ever seen (some 100,000 in Iraq alone).
David Salgado was a seasonal agricultural worker who died in the course of his work as a 'jornalero', that is a seasonal migrant worker on an industrial farming operation. His death occurred in Sinaloa state in northern Mexico in January 2007. Deaths in farming are all too frequent worldwide but this case was different, David , who hailed from Guerrerro one of Mexico's poorest states, was eight years old.
Sun 23 Sep, 00:15
Petition to Pope Francis for Julian Assange 01:19 Fri 03 Aug 0 comments
19 June - Dublin Protest for Julian Assange 12:52 Wed 20 Jun 1 comments
MORE BAD NEWS FROM AFRIN? 18:03 Wed 16 May 0 comments
A reign of terror: Extra-judicial killings in Duterte’s Philippines 10:03 Fri 04 May 0 comments
Gaza tomorrow 14:02 Thu 26 Apr 0 comments
France In Revolt – Workers And Students Unite 20:48 Sun 22 Apr 0 comments
150 trade unions, parties, NGOs and faith groups call on EU to stop funding Israeli arms companies 22:27 Thu 19 Apr 0 comments
Letter to Ecuadorian Embassy re Julian Assange 14:24 Tue 17 Apr 4 comments
Palestinian journalist dies of wounds sustained in Gaza border clashes 07:11 Sun 08 Apr 0 comments
AFRIN IS NOT ALONE! WORLD DAY FOR AFRIN MARCH 24 10:33 Sat 24 Mar 0 commentsmore >>
The Greek Wildfire Catastrophe – Climate Change And Austerity Combine Jul 30 0 comments
Globalization: hope on the horizon despite the Fake Liberals Jul 19 0 comments
The Referendum. Jun 01 1 commentsmore >>
New Student Loan Rule Sides with For-Profit Colleges Jul 27 Jubilee USA Network 0 comments
Senate Bill Offers Debt Relief for Puerto Rico Jul 25 Jubilee USA Network 0 comments
Treasury Takes Aim at Shell Companies Jul 20 Jubilee USA Network 0 comments
Senate Passes Puerto Rico Nutritional Assistance in Farm Bill Jun 29 Jubilee USA Network 0 comments
STOP YULIN Dog and Cat eating Festival Jun 25 Alliance for Animal Rights 0 commentsmore >>