(After O'Donnell's primary defeat of Delaware Republican Mike Castle, Chomsky said, every remaining Republican running for Senate this year professes to doubt the existence of global warming.) Hope arrived with the last question: Should we rethink the ideal of nonviolent protest?
"If a nonviolent approach won't work," Chomsky said, "we might as well kiss each other goodbye." Relieved applause resounded through the room.
S.- and British-sponsored overthrow of Iran's secular republic in 1953 and the Kennedy administration's decision to support the army uprising in Iraq in 1963, which led to Baath rule and the ascension of a young party leader named Saddam Hussein.
Onward the narrative went—with meaningful asides about unilluminated corners of the world's secret history, such as the parallels between Israel's 1967 bombing of the USS Liberty and Iraq's 1987 attack on the USS Stark (both attacking countries were U. allies, and in both cases the "accidents" were investigated and quietly resolved).
I saw one young woman maneuver behind Chomsky so her friend could snap a picture of her wearing a "Hey, look! The United States is full of conscientious citizens, and to turn a common question about the deity on its head, how can a good and just people allow its government to inflict so much pain?
Perhaps it's not really our government—they just let us live here.
To drink: pinot grigio, zinfandel and pinot noir, along with Heineken, Amstel Light and Pellegrino.
I strolled around, looking at slavick's art, which was displayed on three floors and included such things as relics from eucalyptus trees that were incinerated by an A-bomb and unsettling cyanotypes of such artifacts as a stratified bottle from a Japanese bomb site.
It was the exercise of national sovereignty, which is the same crime the regime in Iran is currently guilty of. is building up for a confrontation with Iran—Obama is bolstering the forces at Diego Garcia, a British-controlled island in the Indian Ocean that is used as a staging area. He's an old-schooler who actually reads public documents. Why not follow Correa on Twitter right now at twitter.com/rafaelcorrea?It was a pleasant evening to think about the apocalypse.The setting was the Fed Ex Global Education Center, a three-year old facility on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus that was "funded in large part by a generous gift from the Fed Ex Corporation," according to its website.Indeed, efforts to move the country one way or another seem reminiscent of the Great War and its trenches.