They’re on duty for the RNC, and if you don’t think we’re moving toward a corporate police state, think again.
DAVE ZIRIN | Guillen was forced to grovel like a broken man at a press conference that was missing only a stockade.
The Marlins hired an opinionated coach and now are suspending Ozzie for being who he is. Isn’t voicing unpopular opinions something that can get you jailed in Cuba?
Guillen’s suspension has nothing to do with his ability to manage his players. He merely expressed an unpopular view, and the irony is that critics of Castro stress Fidel’s own intolerance of dissent.
“He did more than anybody except Joe McCarthy in my lifetime to denigrate the political dialogue and to degrade it.”
By banning Mexican American Studies, the Tucson Unified School District taught the students an object lesson in cowardice and racism and censorship.
“I am a relatively small fish and it seems to me rather likely that I was not the only target of the baleful team at the White House.”
At first, it threatened to charge family members with espionage if they dared to access Wikileaks.
Professor Richard Falk of Princeton has long been a thorn in the side of the U.S. foreign policy establishment because he has been an outspoken critic of Israeli policy toward the Palestinians. But what’s raised the ire of the State Department this time has nothing to do with his views on the Palestinians but rather on 9/11.
For two and a half years, she posed as a member. She had a key to the office. She handled the books sometimes. She even chaired some meetings and spoke at rallies. But she wasn’t who she said she was.
How reminding public schools that it is unconstitutional to engage in religious indoctrination put the ACLU of Tenn. on the “Terrorism” map.
The FBI agents at their home even went through their son’s T-shirt drawer and separated “those that were controversial from those that weren’t.”
A retired social worker, who is a U.S. citizen, was humiliated and his expectation of privacy was violated.