John Nichols @ The Nation - Alexander Cockburn and I met in the 1980s, when we shared places on a panel in Detroit, where the topic was the latest murders of Catholic priests by Latin American death squads. Alex was talking about the horrors of US foreign policy. I was talking about the horrors of US media coverage of US foreign policy. We were sufficiently in sync that our mutual friend, brilliant music writer and thinker Dave Marsh, came up at the end of the evening and. presuming that we were comrades long-standing, told us we really should take the show on the road. Read more.
Ferdinand Marcos Jr, the son of the disgraced late Philippines leader Ferdinand Marcos, has told the world to judge him by his presidency, not his family’s past... read more .