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Salem-News.com (May-19-2014 20:06)
One Nation the U.S. Actually Should Liberate: Hawai`iDavid Swanson Salem-News.com
Jon Olsen's new book, Liberate Hawai'i: Renouncing and Defying the Continuing Fraudulent U.S. Claim to the sovereignty of Hawai'i, makes a compelling case.
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Some nations the United States should probably not liberate -- except perhaps the 175 nations which could be liberated from the presence of U.S. soldiers. But one nation I would make an exception for, and that is the nation of Hawai'i.
Salem-News.com (Nov-10-2011 00:18)
The Burnt City: A Novel of Iran on the Eve of Revolution by Robert Bangor gets two thumbs up from socio-political hip-hop artistSalem-News.com
The Warriors of Truth, who open the book with a bank robbery, vie with Kurds, SAVAK, a US CIA contractor, and several individuals for the prize...
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The Islamic Republic of Iran is much in the news these days with the spectre of nuclear warfare now looming in the background.
Salem-News.com (Nov-06-2011 03:10)
From Tribalism to HumanismNahida Izzat Salem-News.com
The Path to Freedom - A journey from the narrowness of egotism to the splendour of Universalism.
In his new book “The Wandering Who”, Gilad Atzmon reflects on his transforming journey from an IDF “Israeli”, a racist tribalist, self-ghettoized Zionist, with exclusionist mentality, who was greatly influenced as a child by his “veteran Zionist terrorist” grandfather, into simply a Universalist and Humanist.
Salem-News.com (Oct-03-2011 14:34)
The Wandering Who is Out This WeekSalem-News.com
"It is no secret that some very forceful elements have been investing a lot of effort trying to stop the book and its message. So far, they have failed." - Gilad Atzmon
A wave of understanding accompanies Gilad Atzmon's new book, 'The Wandering Who' and it is no wonder that his opponents, who support apartheid laws in Israel, are fuming. Truth is a dangerous drug and Gilad overdosed his share of readers with this one.
Salem-News.com (Sep-20-2011 15:07)
Elmer Berger`s Anti-Zionism: Keeping the Humane Jewish Tradition AliveBy Allan C. Brownfeld for Salem-News.com
Rabbi outcast: Elmer Berger and American Jewish anti-Zionism by Jack Ross is published by Potomac Books.
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While many Americans, and many American Jews, may not know it, Jewish opposition to Zionism has a long history.
Salem-News.com (Jul-23-2011 13:15)
POSTMODERN IMPERIALISM Geopolitics and the Great GamesBook Review by Gilad Atzmon Salem-News.com
Eric Walberg on Post-Modern Imperialism The Great Games.
Though the number of critical voices concerning Israel, Zionism and Jewish power is growing steadily, a clear distinction can be made on the one hand between contributors who operate within the discourse and are politically oriented, and others who transcend themselves above and beyond any given political paradigm.
Salem-News.com (Jul-18-2011 17:29)
`Tillamook Passage, Far Side of the Pacific`Salem-News.com
“...years of research on the local native cultures were fascinating and led to a tale of fiction mixed with rich cultural facts”.
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Tillamook Passage is historical fiction that journeys back to the early days of the coastal Indians. This new novel for young adults and up is the latest book in an adventure series by award-winning author Brian Ratty.
Salem-News.com (Jun-09-2011 22:40)
New Book: The Skull and Crossbones Squadron - VF-17 in World War IISalem-News.com
New book about legendary fighter squadron includes accounts of three Oregon fighter pilots.
A new book tells of the remarkable air combat achievements of the brave men who flew in the now legendary U.S. Navy squadron - Fighting 17 the Skull and Crossbones Squadron in World War II.
Salem-News.com (Dec-12-2010 14:20)
Book Review: Coffee with HezbollahRobin Yassin-Kassab Special to Salem-News.com
The satire is harsh, and nobody escapes the treatment, including the author.
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Here’s a strange and sparkly, jumpy and tightly-packed little book by PULSE’s own Belen Fernandez, in which our heroines (Belen and the photographer Amelia Opalinska) hitch-hike through Lebanon and Syria a few weeks after the war of summer 2006, consuming far more caffeine than is good for them.
Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2010 14:40)
Age of American Unreason: Chapter 1Daniel Johnson Salem-News.com
Those who believe that America and its Constitution are the greatest things in the Galaxy, are living in a world of denial and fantasy.
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There is no kind or easy way to state the simple fact that America is a society of unremittingly ignorant people.