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    Most people that discuss the “economic collapse” focus on what is coming in the future.  And without a doubt, we are on the verge of some incredibly hard times.  But what often gets neglected is the immense permanent damage that has been done to the U.S. economy by the long-term economic collapse that […]

The tendency of US history textbooks is to justify any US atrocity from the point of view of the defense of US interests. “Exceptional” America is exempt from laws of morality applied to other countries. Republicans are attempting to prevent the introduction of the Advanced Placement curriculum until the textbook can be “revised” in order […]

For some time now, I have been analyzing American history in the light of what I have called structural deep events: events, like the JFK assassination, the Watergate break-in, Iran-Contra, or 9/11, which repeatedly involve law-breaking or violence, are mysterious to begin with, are embedded in ongoing covert processes, have political consequences that enlarge covert […]

    The Sewol, a South Korean passenger-cargo ferry that was carrying 476 people – including a group of high school students on a field trip to Jeju Island – capsized on April 16, 2014, and sank to the bottom of the sea off Korea’s southern coast. The Korean Coast Guard rescued most of the crew, including […]

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