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RT broadcast: Renouncing US citizenship, for tax and political reasons

Saturday, 4 May 2013 by Mike Gogulski
diary, people, politics | 2 Comments »

RT segment from April 15, 2013 in "honor" of US income tax day. Features noted figures Jet Li and Eduardo Saverin, who recently quit their American citizenship for tax reasons. Freddi M. Weintraub, a tax attorney, provides insight into the ...

Is America still a democracy? Who cares? It’s DANGEROUS!

Wednesday, 20 March 2013 by Mike Gogulski
activism, politics, war | 1 Comment »

On 6 March 2013 I participated in a panel discussion in Bratislava on the Bradley Manning case and on the question, "Is the United States still a democracy?" The event took place at the office of the Open Society Foundation ...

P.J. Crowley: A double cone of rightdoing, please, with exceptionalist sprinkles on top

Wednesday, 30 March 2011 by Mike Gogulski
mind control, politics, prison, torture | 2 Comments »

Some of my allies recently celebrated now-former US Department of State spokesdroid P.J. Crowley's condemnation of the treatment of Bradley Manning in custody as "ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid". The words were valuable, sure, and within the ongoing saga of Bradley ...

Adrian Lamo snitches on “Collateral Murder” video leaker

Tuesday, 8 June 2010 by Mike Gogulski
crime | 31 Comments »

Convicted ex-hacker and now government informant Adrian Lamo has ratted on the US Army intelligence analyst who claims to have provided WikiLeaks with the "Collateral Murder" video (which shows US Imperium soldiers in Baghdad wantonly slaughtering innocent people). According to Wired, ...

Collateral murder

Thursday, 8 April 2010 by Mike Gogulski
torture, war | 6 Comments »

If you haven't seen it yet, WikiLeaks has released a damning classified video of American Apache gunship pilots wantonly slaughtering people in Baghdad. This is an abbreviated version of the full 39-minute video, and perhaps necessary background to what I ...

Barack Obama: The last American President

Monday, 12 October 2009 by Mike Gogulski
politics | 28 Comments »

Events have funny ways of surprising us. What few guessed, as late as 1987, that the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact had but a couple dozen months to live? Who could have predicted that Jethro Tull would win a Grammy ...
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