Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Jeffrey St. Clair

Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Fri. September 27, 2019

-
"That's with specificity, and I think that's important. So it's a different day." The Post also notes that "Pompeo's hard-line positions on Iran are also more in lockstep with Trump." According to CounterPunch editor Jeffrey St. Clair, that gets to why Schumer isn't actively encouraging his party members to oppose ...
As journalist Jeffrey St. Clair noted last month, “After the trial of Lt. William Calley, more than 70 percent of Americans believed his sentence was too severe. Most objected to any trial at all. In the end, Calley served less than four years under house arrest for his role in the execution of more than 500 ...

We live in an age in which the politics of disposability has merged with what Jeffrey St. Clair has called the spectacle of “American Carnage.” The machineries of social death and misery now drive a mode of casino capitalism in which more and more people are considered waste, expendable and excess.
We live in an age in which the politics of disposability has merged with what Jeffrey St. Clair has called the spectacle of "American Carnage." The machineries of social death and misery now drive a mode of casino capitalism in which more and more people are considered waste, expendable and excess.
He entered a plea of not guilty and posted bail, said his attorney, Jeffrey St. Clair of Brooklyn. “I in no way minimize what happened, but it was a stupid joke that he made,” St. Clair said. “I am well aware of what is going on in the country, and as a parent I might have called police myself.” St. Clair said Davies ...
Joshua Frank, a native of Billings, is managing editor of CounterPunch. His most recent book is “Hopeless: Barack Obama and the Politics of Illusion,” co-edited with Jeffrey St. Clair and published by AK Press. He can be reached at joshua@counterpunch.org. You can troll him on Twitter @joshua__frank.

As CounterPunch editor Jeffrey St. Clair told the Post, the Donovan stories didn't stick out at all amid the flow of thousands of original or repurposed articles published by his site. In the long and fascinating exploration of the Donovan affair written by St. Clair and CounterPunch managing editor Joshua Frank ...
But as the public learns more about the hidden propaganda role of Russian "trolls," or fake identities on the internet, an Oregon City man named Jeffrey St. Clair has become an unintentional authority on the subject — by virtue of having been duped by one. St. Clair is the editor of the popular left-leaning ...
But as the public learns more about the hidden propaganda role of Russian "trolls," or fake identities on the internet, an Oregon City man named Jeffrey St. Clair has become an unintentional authority on the subject — by virtue of having been duped by one. St. Clair is the editor of the popular left-leaning ...
But as the public learns more about the hidden propaganda role of Russian "trolls," or fake identities on the internet, an Oregon City man named Jeffrey St. Clair has become an unintentional authority on the subject — by virtue of having been duped by one. St. Clair is the editor of the popular left-leaning ...
Acting on a private tip from Post reporters that the FBI had found Donovan to be a Russian fabrication, Jeffrey St. Clair and Joshua Frank, editors at the left-oriented site CounterPunch went through Donovan's online trail and could find no evidence that she was an actual person. They did find, however, that ...
Was Hillary Clinton felled by a “whitelash” at the polls? Did a stealth surge of angry white voters fueled by an incendiary racial animus fool pollsters (not to mention Robby Mook, who ran 400,000 simulations of the election) and overwhelm Clinton's identity politics coalition on election day? This Whitelash ...
+ Since my co-editor Joshua Frank prefers to go surfing rather than do his reportorial duty and watch the DNC Convention from gavel-to-gavel, he's telling me that I have to write another account of tonight's proceedings. I'm not sure I'm up to it 'frankly.' What would Hunter Thompson do? Oh, yes, he would ...
support this podcast, donate todayThis week, Eric sits down with CounterPunch Editor and political kidney-puncher Jeffrey St. Clair who spins yarns about the early days of CounterPunch and the inimitable Alexander Cockburn, who himself makes a special appearance in this week's episode in the role of angry ...
Proyect quotes Counterpunch's Jeffrey St. Clair that aerial bombing of cities is a war crime. I couldn't agree more and I'll raise you an aerial bombing of jungles also. And I think shooting a barrage of GRAD rockets into downtown Damascus is a war crime too. (What parts of war aren't a crime?) So, where ...
As CounterPunch editor Jeffrey St. Clair told the Post, the Donovan stories didn't stick out at all amid the flow of thousands of original or repurposed articles published by his site. In the long and fascinating exploration of the Donovan affair written by St. Clair and CounterPunch managing editor Joshua Frank ...
Jeffrey St. Clair, editor of the left-leaning magazine CounterPunch, took to social media to not only go after President Donald Trump, but also Ji Seong Ho, the North Korean defector who attended the State of the Union speech on Tuesday. St. Clair said Trump did a good job using his guests as “human ...

But as the public learns more about the hidden propaganda role of Russian "trolls," or fake identities on the internet, an Oregon City man named Jeffrey St. Clair has become an unintentional authority on the subject — by virtue of having been duped by one. St. Clair is the editor of the popular left-leaning ...
Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen, Merchants of Death: A Study of the International Armament Industry. Michael Glennon's National Security and Double Government. Alfred McCoy, The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade. Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn, Whiteout: The CIA, ...
Acting on a private tip from Post reporters that the FBI had found Donovan to be a Russian fabrication, Jeffrey St. Clair and Joshua Frank, editors at the left-oriented site CounterPunch went through Donovan's online trail and could find no evidence that she was an actual person. They did find, however, that ...
... right-wing organizations felt too much was made of pro-cop memes, anti-Hillary jokes, and anti-immigrant sentiment. The origin of the articles was unimportant, suggested both Veterans Today editor Gordon Duff and Counterpunch editors Jeffrey St. Clair and Joshua Frank. “I don't edit what people do.
Was Hillary Clinton felled by a “whitelash” at the polls? Did a stealth surge of angry white voters fueled by an incendiary racial animus fool pollsters (not to mention Robby Mook, who ran 400,000 simulations of the election) and overwhelm Clinton's identity politics coalition on election day? This Whitelash ...
The Cataclysm: Notes on Election Day and the Politics of Hubris. by Jeffrey St. Clair. by. Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Email. Photo By Mike Mozart | CC BY 2.0. +It's 6 am. The sun has risen on this strange election day, illuminating a nation that has finally made up its mind. Strike that. This is Oregon.
+ Since my co-editor Joshua Frank prefers to go surfing rather than do his reportorial duty and watch the DNC Convention from gavel-to-gavel, he's telling me that I have to write another account of tonight's proceedings. I'm not sure I'm up to it 'frankly.' What would Hunter Thompson do? Oh, yes, he would ...
In today's edition of CounterPunch, Andy Smolski lays waste to the feeble and patronizing lesser-evil argument advanced a couple of weeks ago by Noam Chomsky and John Halle, which admonished the Left (such as it is) to vote for the neoliberal war-monger Hillary Clinton as the last bulwark against the ...
support this podcast, donate todayThis week, Eric sits down with CounterPunch Editor and political kidney-puncher Jeffrey St. Clair who spins yarns about the early days of CounterPunch and the inimitable Alexander Cockburn, who himself makes a special appearance in this week's episode in the role of angry ...
I admit it. I had finally begun to warm to Bernie Sanders. With each new Berniefest, the old animosities melted a little. After years of unmitigated loathing for Sanders, I was beginning to feel a little pride in the homespun campaign waged by the Faux Comrade from Vermont. Much of this had to do with the ...
by Jeffrey St. Clair. by. Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Email. One night over a bottle of Irish whiskey, Alexander Cockburn told me a story about Noam Chomsky's teeth. One day the great brain went to the dentist for a check up after several years of neglect. During the examination, the tooth doctor noticed ...
(See the online essay “Air Cocaine” by Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn). Seal joined TWA in 1964 and was fired over the explosives ...
According to Jeffrey St. Clair the editor of Counterpunch, Niger is not alone for he claims 6,000 American troops have been actively engaged in ...
... a left-leaning political investigative magazine Jeffrey St. Clair, (@JSCCounterPunch), Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs), ...
In their book Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press, Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair document many of the highlights, including how ...
In their book Whiteout, Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair quote a Customs official's memo explaining that a drug investigation into a pilot ...
Jeffrey St. Clair has argued that Trump is the great reveller who pulls back “the curtains on the cesspool of American politics for the inspection ...
Is there such a thing as a War Progressive? “Jeffrey St. Clair has tracked the sordid trail of every pro-war stance that Senator Sanders took and every pro-war ...
A malign darkness has descended on the land and I'm not talking only about Trump. Look toward North Dakota, where petro-cops are ...
Was Hillary Clinton felled by a “whitelash” at the polls? Did a stealth surge of angry white voters fueled by an incendiary racial animus fool ...
The Cataclysm: Notes on Election Day and the Politics of Hubris. by Jeffrey St. Clair. by. Facebook Twitter Google+ Reddit Email. Photo By Mike ...
+ Since my co-editor Joshua Frank prefers to go surfing rather than do his reportorial duty and watch the DNC Convention from gavel-to-gavel, ...
The war on Iraq won't be remembered for how it was waged so much as for how it was sold. It was a propaganda war, a war of perception ...
In today's edition of CounterPunch, Andy Smolski lays waste to the feeble and patronizing lesser-evil argument advanced a couple of weeks ...
support this podcast, donate todayThis week, Eric sits down with CounterPunch Editor and political kidney-puncher Jeffrey St. Clair who spins yarns about the ...
One night over a bottle of Irish whiskey, Alexander Cockburn told me a story about Noam Chomsky's teeth. One day the great brain went to the ...
Jeffrey St. Clair has argued that Trump is the great reveller who pulls back “the curtains on the cesspool of American politics for the inspection ...
Jeffrey St. Clair has argued that Trump is the great reveller who pulls back “the curtains on the cesspool of American politics for the inspection ...
by Jeffrey St. Clair, September 13, 2017. Houston didn't need to be warned. The city had already been sunk by four major hurricanes, each less powerful than ...
Perhaps the most surprising judgment came from Counterpunch editor-in-chief Jeffrey St. Clair, who claimed po-faced that the Voice “really ...
Trump's two pronged national security strategy for the world seems to be this: Fire and fury and trade wars abroad, and incite domestic unrest at ...
“In the early 1800s, doctors who worked with mental patients began to notice that some of their patients who appeared outwardly normal had ...
Is there such a thing as a War Progressive? “Jeffrey St. Clair has tracked the sordid trail of every pro-war stance that Senator Sanders took and ...


 

news and opinion


 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

  career
   authors
     jeffrey st. clair

authors:
     adam mansbach
     arundhati roy
     aryeh neier
     biographers
     bob woodward
     childrens
     chris hedges
     craig unger
     dale maharidge
     david corn
     david rose
     eric alterman
     gar alperovitz
     george packer
     gore vidal
     h.l. mencken
     ivan eland
     james bovard
     james hillman
     james mann
     james moore
     jeffrey st. clair
     jessica stern
     jk rowling
     joe conason
     joel bakan
     john kampfner
     john perkins
     jonathan kozol
     jrr tolkien
     kevin phillips
     kitty kelley
     kurt vonnegut
     larry everest
     leo braudy
     mai yamani
     marc sageman
     mark danner
     michael moore
     midge decter
     military
     non‑fiction
     norman solomon
     political
     robert higgs
     robert scheer
     sajjad shaukat
     samantha power
     saul landau
     studs terkel
     ted nace
     thomas fleming
     thomas pynchon
     tom lansford
     umberto eco
     w.e.b. dubois
     william blum
     william hughes