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By Pancho Montana
Dispatch From Mexico: Bringing You Up To Date On Mexico’s Victories Against The Drug Lords

While news out of Mexico is being totally dominated by the Swine Flu scare—anything is better than the constant Drug War news, right?—I’m gonna go about a month back in time to tell you about the some of the high…

Apr 28, 2009 | Comments (4)

By Eileen Jones
Warriors on TV: That’s Entertainment!

There’s a new TV show called Warriors running on the History Channel that’s a current favorite of mine. I hesitate to mention it, because no doubt it’s pretty basic stuff. I hate to think what Gary Brecher would say about…

Apr 27, 2009 | Comments (22)

By Mark Ames
Mark Ames' Going Postal Now Available In Italy!

Mark Ames’ book Going Postal, a searing expose on America’s rage massacres in schools and workplaces, has just been released in Italy by Isbn Edizioni, a cutting-edge independent publisher based in Milano. The Italian edition of Going Postal is titled…

Apr 24, 2009 | Comments (10)

By Mark Ames
Less Than Kudlow: Is CNBC Host Suffering Another Cocaine Relapse? (Article + Radio Version)

Listen to Ames talking about the cocaine-fueled comedy that is CNBC’s Lawrence Kudlow. This segment was aired on Los Angeles’ KPFK radio on April 21, 2008, on the show “Four O’Clock Tuesdays With Gustavo Arellano.” Why does CNBC host Lawrence…

Apr 22, 2009 | Comments (18)

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By Team eXiled
Web-based Social Networking Makes It All the Way To the GULAGS of Nizhny Tagil

Nikolai Usatykh, serving 22 years in Arkhangelsk (or is he just 22 years old?) Twitter may be all the rage here in the United States, but social networking over the World Wide Web has just jumped over a 15-ft. fence…

Apr 21, 2009 | Comments (12)

By Eileen Jones
Zombies Under Attack

A short while back I wrote a review for the appalling hit movie Twilight, mourning the fact that vampires and werewolves were being ruined by soft-serve sex fantasy addicts, but rejoicing that at least zombies were safe. No way to…

Apr 20, 2009 | Comments (31)

By Yasha Levine
TEA PARTY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT

VICTORVILLE, CA—It was a clear bright day, but the desert wind was roaring, chilling the air to what felt like the freezing point, when I got to the Victorville, California, Tea Party protest. I arrived late for the noontime protest,…

Apr 17, 2009 | Comments (19)