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By Eileen Jones
Hugo: Scorsese Makes Nice

Hugo is an overstuffed candy-box film of the type that some people really, really like. And if you add “A Martin Scorsese Confection” to the tag, everybody’s over the moon with how unexpected it is, this gift to mankind that’s…

Nov 26, 2011 | Comments (36)

eXile Classic Comix: A Very Iraqi Thanksgiving!

This Thanksgiving, we’re publishing an eXile classic Comix from Thanksgiving, 2003…

Nov 25, 2011 | Comments (12)

Kill Without Joy: Hit Man Praises Jack Ruby As "Strictly Pro"

I recently came across a book from the late 1970s called “Kill Without Joy: The Complete How To Kill Book” written apparently by a Canadian locksmith. The hard-boiled title belies the book’s dark comic flair. Or maybe it’s just the…

Nov 24, 2011 | Comments (30)

How UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Brought Oppression Back To Greece's Universities

Today, thanks in part to UC Davis chancellor “Chemical” Linda Katehi, Greek university campuses are no longer protected from state security forces. She helped undo her native country’s “university asylum” laws just in time for the latest austerity measures to kick in. Incredibly, Katehi attacked university campus freedom despite the fact that she was once a student at the very center of Greece’s anti-junta, pro-democracy rebellion–although what she was doing there, if anything at all, no one really knows.

Nov 22, 2011 | Comments (38)

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By Mark Ames
Libertarian Liars: Top Reagan Adviser, Cato Institute Chairman William Niskanen: "Deficits Don't Matter"

Like typical Randroid libertarians, they find the public’s gullibility and good faith contemptible. This is something that Americans still can’t get their heads around about the free-market libertarians who’ve ruled us and ruined us over the past three decades.

Nov 21, 2011 | Comments (12)

By Kostas Kallergis
November 17: Why this day is so important for Greeks

November 17: a date that haunts Greece. It’s the date when the uprising of several hundred of students, who stood up against the military dictatorship by occupying the Athens Polytechnic, was brutally crushed. The iconic photo of a tank driving through the Polytechnic’s gate is a symbol of freedom for (probably) all Greeks.

Nov 18, 2011 | Comments (20)

By Mark Ames
Austerity & Fascism In Greece: The Real 1% Doctrine

See the guy in the photo there, dangling an ax from his left hand? That’s Greece’s new “Minister of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks” Makis Voridis captured back in the 1980s, when he led a fascist student group called “Student Alternative” at the University of Athens law school. It’s 1985, and Minister Voridis, dressed like some Kajagoogoo Nazi, is caught on camera patrolling the campus with his fellow fascists, hunting for suspected leftist students to bash.

Nov 16, 2011 | Comments (43)