It is only a matter of time before this extremist Israeli government is also whitewashed, writes Ramzy Baroud.
Netanyahu’s Most Anti-Palestinian Government Yet
There is an effective way to pressure Israel to end its illegal occupation of Palestinian territory and violation of the rights of the Palestinians, writes Marjorie Cohn.
Everybody In, Nobody Out
Liz Theoharis imagines building a pro-democracy movement attuned to the needs and dreams of everyday people.
Prayer & Political Peddling at US High Court
Based on recent exposés about lobbying efforts by the Christian right, Marjorie Cohn says Congress should pass a code of judicial ethics for the Supreme Court.
Overcoming Christmas Controversies with Historical Realities
Today’s holiday culture wars continue an ancient struggle, as Nat Parry explores in this adaptation from his new book, How Christmas Became Christmas: The Pagan and Christian Origins of the Beloved Holiday.
‘Not a Sin to Vote for Lula’
Ahead of Sunday’s elections, Zoe Alexandra reports on Evangelicals as an important voting bloc in Brazil and the effort by Workers’ Party supporters to reach them.
Without Culture, Freedom is Impossible
Vijay Prashad writes of the need for cultures that offer an emancipation from the flashy world of unaffordable commodities.
India Far Less Committed to Liberal Values Than Imagined, Data Shows
Age, income and wealth make no difference to regressive attitudes, the data reveals, begging the question of what will: Betwa Sharma in conversation with data journalist Rukmini S.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Attack on Salman Rushdie
The debate between Muslims and Westerners about the parameters of freedom of speech has been reignited, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Repressive Secularism in the Arab World
The war on Islamists has been, for all intents and purposes, a war on democratic rule, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.