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Dr. Gerald Horne’s Hilarious Media Menu

This weekend, I came across a memoir he wrote in 2011 as part of a larger symposium honoring his career that was published in The Journal of African American History. He describes his choices for reading materials from the contemporary press, including some rather hilarious barbs explaining his feelings about these publications.

Julian Assange Shot Himself in the Foot with Solidarity (But I...

What does it mean to share in the struggles of another? Does Assange realize where his overlap with those targeted by imperialism lies?

Why ‘X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills’ is the Graphic Novel You...

Andrew pulls out a classic Marvel Comics title that speaks loudly to today's political landscape...

Breaking: The Media Sucks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qjnjw3YIp8 I have to say, I sort of broke the story of how much the press sucks,...

Why I Loathe the U.S. Media

I’ve detested most of the American media for a long time, but I don’t think I’ve ever felt such extreme loathing as during a...

Lazy Friday Playlist: Dylan Deep Dive, the '60s to… the Teens

Dylan's songs opened up an entire universe to me, and I have no intention of ever leaving it. "Tangled Up In Blue" marked my...

Washington Babylon's Most Cherished Tradition: The Lazy Friday Playlist

Well, here we go with this week's edition of Lazy Friday Playlist. And I'm really hoping this will be a lazy Friday because I...

Lazy Friday Playlist: A time honored tradition at Washington Babylon

OK everyone, thanks for all the support this week, we finally got things up and running here. Been a crazy week for me --...

Douglas Valentine on the Ken Burns Vietnam documentary

Our friend and expert correspondent on the CIA, Douglas Valentine, recently appeared on Our Hidden History speaking about the new PBS documentary about the...

Thus Spoke Huttathustra

[archiveorg id=Bannon-Rose width=100 height=480] Steve Bannon (the Hutt) is one of the most fascinating creatures to walk the face of the earth. A shameless white...