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Friday, March 17, 2017

CounterCurrents: Federal Judges In Hawaii And Maryland Block Trump’s Muslim Ban 2.0



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Federal Judges In Hawaii And Maryland Block Trump’s Muslim Ban 2.0
by Abdus Sattar Ghazali 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/muslim-ban-2-0-is-blocked-by-federal-judge-in-hawaii/

Federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked President Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban 2.0. In their ruling both judges cited Trump’s statements about Muslims during the presidential campaign.




Trump’s Abolition Of ObamaCare Will Kill 43,000 Americans Over 2 Trump Terms
by Dr Gideon Polya 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/trumps-abolition-of-obamacare-will-kill-43000-americans-over-2-trump-terms/

The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that the ObamaCare-replacing, Trump Republican American Health Care Act would mean 14 million more uninsured Americans in 2018 and 24 million by 2026. Lack of health insurance kills about 45,000 Americans each year (Harvard Medical School) and Trump’s removal of millions of Americans from Health Cover will kill 43,000 Americans over 2 Trump terms versus an expected 30 terrorism deaths. Wake up America – this is not keeping America safe.





Stop Protecting The Criminality Of The Global Pesticides Industry
by Colin Todhunter 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/17/stop-protecting-the-criminality-of-the-global-pesticides-industry/

The agrichemicals industry wallows like an overblown hog in a cesspool of corruption. With its snout firmly embedded in the trough of corporate profit to the detriment of all else, it is most likely responsible for more death and disease than the combined efforts of the tobacco companies ever were. It indulges in criminality that hides behind corporate public relations, media misrepresentations and the subversion of respectable-sounding agencies which masquerade as public institutions.






‘On Contact’ With Chris Hedges
by Jeff Berg 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/17/on-contact-with-chris-hedges/

So where is one to go for real news about the issues affecting real people? Well just today I ran in to an answer to that question. ‘On Contact’ with Chris Hedges is that rarest of rarities. I.e. An evidenced based electronic news program.






Disengage From The Spectacle
by Richard Heinberg 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/disengage-from-the-spectacle/

I’ve invested as much attention in the outrage-of-the-day distraction machine as anyone, spending scores of hours reading news reports and analyses, and I’ve written at least a half-dozen essays about our current tweeter-in-chief. And I’m here to tell you that full immersion in the news cycle is just not healthy.






Three Reasons Why Keystone XL May Never Get Built
by James Wilt 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/three-reasons-why-keystone-xl-may-never-get-built/

Almost a full decade since first applying for a presidential permit, TransCanada looks set to finally receive go-ahead in the U.S. for its massive $8-billion Keystone XL pipeline. But here’s the thing: U.S. approval, while a great leap forward for TransCanada, doesn’t guarantee the Keystone XL pipeline will ever be built.






Re-imagining Value: Insights From The Care Economy, Commons, Cyberspace And Nature
by David Bollier 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/re-imagining-value-insights-from-the-care-economy-commons-cyberspace-and-nature/

The conventional economic definition of “value” has a significant rhetorical advantage over other notions of value/s.  It can be encapsulated in numbers, manipulated mathematically and ascribed to individuals, giving it a tidy precision.  Value defined as price also has an operational simplicity even though it flattens the messy realities of actual human life and ecosystems.  It purports to precisely quantify and calculate “value” into a single plane of commensurable, tradeable units, as mediated by price.






Religiosity
by Sally Dugman 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/religiosity/

I couldn’t believe my eyes while flipping TV channels. There on one station are two guys smacking each other upside their heads. All that I could see was them inflicting injury and life-long damage onto each other via teeth loss, broken noses, concussions, skull cracks and so on. Meanwhile the audience is cheering as these two fellows slam each other apart in their heads. Then one falls down unconscious due to much damage to his brain. What the hell?!?






‘Web of Weirdness’: US And Israeli Codependent Relationship Is Not Just About Money
by Dr Ramzy Baroud 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/web-of-weirdness-us-and-israeli-codependent-relationship-is-not-just-about-money/

“We must look back twenty-five years to realize how far Israel has fallen in world support,” wrote famed Jewish scholar, Harvard sociologist, Nathan Glazer in 1976. In the last forty years since Glazer wrote his piece, which was uncovered and transmitted by Philip Weiss, Israel’s global support has fallen much further. The country that once appealed to both United States’ capitalism and the Soviet Union’s socialism is now militarily powerful but, otherwise, politically isolated on the international stage.






What Kind of Woman IS This?
by Sally Dugman 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/what-kind-of-woman-is-this/

I’ll be frank. I do not like everyone. For example I strongly dislike Josef Mengele, a Nazi medical doctor who tied a Jew’s legs together while she was giving birth so as to see the medical results. I also do not like Marjorie M. She was the wealthiest woman in the world when I was a child.






Acts of Abomination: A Familiar Sound
by Richard Oxman 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/the-indian-claims-commission-acts-of-abomination/

The Indian Claims Commission Act of 1946 was considered a liberal reform. At last a mechanism existed “to settle finally any and all legal, equitable, and moral obligations that the U.S. might owe to the Indians.” It sounded good, as many “liberal” efforts often do, but — as usual — there were some serious wrinkles. Those inclined to want to believe that the U.S. is essentially a good force in the world, of course, didn’t bother for half-a-century to even discuss the unconscionable creases in what unfolded. And to this day, still don’t do anything about the abomination.






The “New India”!
by Mohammad Ashraf 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/16/the-new-india/

The recent state elections show that the “New India” would probably be the realisation of the Golwalkar’s dream!





Prime Minister Modi’s Soliloquy
by Radha Surya 

http://www.countercurrents.org/2017/03/17/prime-minister-modis-soliloquy/

Enough of these negative thinking. I have a 56″ chest. I am Indian Idol. I am unstoppable. If needed I can follow the example of Erdogan bhai. Right now with sufficient hype, spin and perception management I can overcome the odds and continue advancing from pinnacle to pinnacle.








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