Dissident Voice

Dissident Voice

A radical newsletter in the struggle for peace and social justice

« Dissident Voice is an internet newsletter dedicated to challenging the distortions and lies of the corporate press and the privileged classes it serves. The goal of Dissident Voice is to provide hard hitting, thought provoking and even entertaining news and commentaries on politics and culture that can serve as ammunition in struggles for peace and social justice. »

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Glossip v. Gross : the Eighth Amendment and the Torture Court of (...)

On June 29, 2015 the United States Supreme Court argued in Glossip v. Gross that executions may continue with the use of lethal drug (...)
16/01/2019

Uniting For A Green New Deal

Support is growing in the United States for a Green New Deal. Though there are competing visions for what that looks like, essentially, (...)
16/01/2019

Surgical Totalitarianism

You don’t have to control everything to be in total control. In the modern world this seeming paradox is a systemic reality. In the (...)
16/01/2019

The Moral Travesty of Israel Seeking Arab, Iranian Money for its (...)

The game is afoot. Israel, believe it or not, is demanding that seven Arab countries and Iran pay $250 billion as compensation for what (...)
16/01/2019

Gilets Jaunes : Catalyst for a Global Movement ?

France is at a crossroad. A fairly benign bread-and-butter protest has turned into a major popular dissent putting in question France’s (...)
15/01/2019

Give Children the Vote, Strengthen Democracy

In December 2018 David Runciman, Head of Politics at Cambridge University, made the radical proposal that children as young as six (...)
15/01/2019

The Chickens Come Home to Roost

The fact is, the U.S. interventions in the Middle East since 9/11–especially the illegal, immoral war on Iraq based on lies—has, as (...)
14/01/2019

The Persecuted

I recently had the interesting experience of sitting in on a fundamentalist Christian sermon in a small church in southeast Louisiana. (...)
14/01/2019

Cuba : Trump Turns the Vise

January the 1st, 2019 marked the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Back in December 1958 the city of Santa Clara fell to the (...)
14/01/2019

Why is Japan So Bitter About Unstoppable Rise of China

There used to be a pair of beautiful swings for children, not far from an old rural temple in Mie Prefecture, where I used to (...)
14/01/2019

The Government Shutdown Makes You Think About Socialism

Many people are cynical about government, with good reason. They see leaders who don’t care about getting a job done, who just maneuver (...)
14/01/2019

Israeli Politics is Being Dragged into the Grubby Realm of (...)

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu commandeered the country’s airwaves last week in what many assumed would prove a moment of (...)
14/01/2019

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