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War Porn and Smart Bombs Hit YouTube | Down with Pundit Max Boot | Social Movements 2.0

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The Unsinkable Career of America's Leading Twerpo-Imperialist Pundit, Max Boot  

The Unsinkable Career of America's Leading Twerpo-Imperialist Pundit, Max Boot
By Mark Ames, The Nation
After the way they goaded us into an epic military disaster, why do media warmongers still have jobs? Read more »

Social Movements 2.0: Harnessing the Power of the Web for Change  

Social Movements 2.0: Harnessing the Power of the Web for Change

Social networking tools can help people reach across national and workplace borders, outflank bosses and politicians and wield collective power. Read more »

Smart Bombs and War Porn Hit YouTube  

Smart Bombs and War Porn Hit YouTube

Israel using Net to highlight 'humane action and operational successes.' Read more »

Is Someone in China Reading Your E-mails?  

Is Someone in China Reading Your E-mails?

China has a vast intelligence-gathering operation of Chinese citizens recruited to spy on and hack into U.S. computers. Read more »

Gawker Shocker: How the Web's Hottest Gossip Empire Lost Its Mojo  

Gawker Shocker: How the Web's Hottest Gossip Empire Lost Its Mojo

Nick Denton built a multi-million-dollar gossip blog media company. But as he sells off his prime assets, can the Gawker kingpin survive? Read more »

Homeland Security Show Misses the Real Drama  

Homeland Security Show Misses the Real Drama

The real American drama is the inspiring epic of immigrants struggling to survive in a nation that both needs and rejects them. Read more »

  PEEK and Video: The hottest buzz and videos on the web  

From George Will to Rachel Maddow: Obama Meets the Media  

From George Will to Rachel Maddow: Obama Meets the Media

The group also included the Washington Post's E.J. Dionne and Eugene Robinson, among others. Read more »

White House Press Corps Sends Off Bush with a Very Awkward Goodbye  

White House Press Corps Sends Off Bush with a Very Awkward Goodbye

Some hesitated to stand, while most stayed seated. One said "thank you Mr. President," and a small number offered half-hearted applause. Read more »

 

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