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Announcement: eXiled's S.H.A.M.E. Media Transparency Project Goes Live, Malcolm Gladwell Subject of First Public Shaming...

Six months ago, The eXiled announced a new media transparency project that would take our war against corporate trolls and media shills to a new and more effective level. The wait is over, S.H.A.M.E. is finally ready for beta launch.

May 31, 2012 | Comments (40)

Men in Black 3: It's Still a Good Look

Lotta critics reviewing Men in Black 3 have wondered what was the necessity for it. Who was really craving Men in Black 3? As garrulous A.O Scott puts it, “Can you think of a new movie with less reason for…

May 28, 2012 | Comments (38)

The Oligarchy's Rule of Law: From Boris Yeltsin’s Russia to Aubrey McClendon’s Oklahoma

There is so much more to hate about Aubrey McClendon than this—the millions McClendon poured into Gary Bauer’s gay-bashing outfit “Americans United To Preserve Marriage” and the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, the role McClendon and his Whirlpool heiress wife played in stealing waterfront land from Benton Harbor, an African-American slum and the poorest city in Michigan, in order to expand an exclusive golf course country club for residents of St. Josephs, where McClendon owns several plots of land…

May 23, 2012 | Comments (38)

Fortune Magazine Celebrates Unionbusting Honeywell CEO Dave Cote

“Dave Cote is feeling the beat. He takes a sip of Mountain Dew and bobs his head in time to the throbbing bass of Jay-Z’s “Hard Knock Life.” So begins a Fortune magazine profile titled “How Dave Cote Got Honeywell’s Groove Back.”

May 21, 2012 | Comments (26)

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Eurotrash Bagtard James Delingpole Pollutes Australia

Limey libertarian conspiracy theorist James Delingpole befouls the land Down Under with a book claiming that climate change science is an Illuminati conspiracy by the Club of Rome to enslave mankind…And Australia’s top libertarian think-tank is James Delingpole’s biggest promoter…

May 17, 2012 | Comments (28)

Dark Shadows and the Death of Tim Burton

Somebody stick a fork in Tim Burton; he’s done. Dark Shadows proves it’s about time he retired and took up a hobby. I’d suggest still photography. He’d be terrific at that—he still has a great eye for his personal fetishes,…

May 14, 2012 | Comments (28)

Failing Up With Citigroup's Dick Parsons

Anyone familiar with Dick Parsons’ past could have told you his term as Citigroup’s chairman would end like this: Shareholder lawsuits, executive pay scandals, and corporate failure on a colossal scale. It’s the Dick Parsons Management Style. In each of the three companies Parsons was appointed to lead, they all failed spectacularly, and somehow Parsons and a handful of top executives always walked away from the yellow-tape crime scenes unscathed.

May 14, 2012 | Comments (19)

Israeli Supremacist Watch: Criminalizing History in the Holy Land

Tel Aviv University was built on the ruins of the Palestinian village of Sheikh Muwannis. The university’s faculty lounge is the village mukhtar’s former home. . .

May 11, 2012 | Comments (50)

The Avengers: It's, Y'know, For Kids!

If you’re one of the few dozen people in the world who hasn’t seen The Avengers yet, I’ll tell you the best way to take it in. Hit a matinee screening in a theater filled with kids—especially very small roundheaded…

May 7, 2012 | Comments (75)

Yves Smith: NPR's Adam Davidson Parrots Disinformation as He Extols Rule by the Top 0.1%

Creator of NPR’s Planet Money Adam Davidson is moving up in the world. He has gone from fellating the 1% to the top 0.1%.

May 3, 2012 | Comments (24)

Recovered History: 7,000 May Day Protesters Herded Into D.C. Stadium Prison In 1971

Today’s May Day protests are the first May Day protests on such a large scale “in memory.” Not that Americans have a memory to speak of. Here’s something to jar that memory loose: Newspaper clippings of the big May Day protest in Washington DC back in 1971, when federal troops and police herded 7,000 protestors into an open-air stadium prison

May 1, 2012 | Comments (28)

The Horror of HBO's Girls

The tidal wave of reviewer praise for the foul new HBO show Girls has washed up against a wall of resistance recently. But as far as I can tell, nobody, whether praising or blaming, has actually conveyed what this miserable…

Apr 26, 2012 | Comments (190)

Silent Majority Millennials

There’s a new Boomer vs. Millennial piece over at Esquire making its way across the intertubes. If you hadn’t noticed, wringing one’s hands about Baby Boomers gorging themselves on the syrupy sweet hopes and dreams of the young’ns is the…

Apr 23, 2012 | Comments (82)

Debunking Cato Institute Propaganda: Koch-Founded Outfit A GOP Bad Ideas Mill, Home To John Yoo & Rupert Murdoch

John Yoo, author of the notorious “torture memo,” served on the Cato Editorial Board for Cato Supreme Court Review during the Bush presidency. At the same time, Yoo was writing the Bush administration’s legal justifications for waterboarding, Guantanamo, warrantless wiretapping and more.

Apr 21, 2012 | Comments (20)

WATCH: Mark Ames On The Thom Hartmann Show: Murder, Suicide & Financial Ruin As 1% Wages Class Warfare On Two Fronts

Exiled editor Mark Ames went on The Thom Hartmann Show yesterday to talk about the Class Warfare waged here in America through mortgage fraud and foreclosure fraud, and abroad in Afghanistan…and the hidden story of accused massacre killer Sgt. Robert…

Apr 20, 2012 | Comments (28)

Sponge Off A Rich Woman: The Koch Family's "Leechertarian" Secret To Success

A few months back I had a long conversation with Freke Vuijst, a journalist from the lefty Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland, about the history of the Koch clan—specifically, we talked about what I learned during my trip to Quanah, Texas, the…

Apr 18, 2012 | Comments (20)

Class Warfare On Two Fronts: From Afghanistan To Middle America, The Untold Story Of Sgt. Bales

Nothing illustrates the interlinking between the class war at home and the imperial wars abroad more starkly than the example of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the Army sniper accused last month of killing 17 Afghan civilians, mostly women and children.

Apr 16, 2012 | Comments (86)

Scabies: My Parting Gift from Los Angeles' Metro Jail

It’s just past 2:00 pm out here in Venice Beach. The sun is out and a cool breeze is blowing from the Pacific Ocean. Outside my window, surfers are walking towards the beach . . . a young woman glides by…

Apr 13, 2012 | Comments (58)

Dispatch from Greece: Translation of Austerity Suicide Note Left By Pensioner Dimitris Christoulas

A man shot himself on April 4th in the very center of Athens. He is the latest in hundreds of suicides during and because of the crisis. Dimitris Christoulas chose the place (Syntagma Square) and the time (rush hour) to pass his message…

Apr 10, 2012 | Comments (30)

The Brutal Life Of One L. Goh & The Making Of A "Going Postal" Rampage Murderer

The depressingly familiar dead-end life that One L. Goh found himself in — surrounded by petty scams as revealed in the ex-staffer’s lawsuit and the bleak performance of the school’s graduates, combined with the back-to-back deaths of two family members — could make a lot of sane people desperate and enraged and suicidal…

Apr 9, 2012 | Comments (149)