As this week's national day of mourning concludes in the U.S. with the funeral of George H.W. Bush, the country's 41st president, labour activist Mother Jones' words are worth remembering.
In his new book, Noam Chomsky takes on a perilous human obsession: the mind-body split, dualism between spirit and matter.
Critical Americans have a hard time reaching a Zen-like state about their own society. But outsiders like Canadians can calm down for them, process the material and play it back.
Amid all the horrors unfolding in the latest Israeli offensive in Gaza, Israel's goal is simple: quiet-for-quiet, a return to the norm.
Noam Chomsky weighs in on a serious discussion of the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
Terrorism is defined as the calculated use of violence to achieve political ends. What's left unsaid is that terrorism is something our enemies engage in. What we do is counter-terrorism.
Democracy Now! gets reaction to Obama’s speech from world-renowned political dissident and linguist, MIT Professor Emeritus Noam Chomsky.
Humanity on the brink. What are people doing about it? None of this is a secret. It's all perfectly open. In fact, you have to make an effort not to see it.
The current upsurge of U.S.-Israeli violence dates to January 2006, when Palestinians voted "the wrong way" in the first free election in the Arab world.
Noam Chomsky speaks at Brown University, sponsored by Common Ground on April 20, 2010.