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Writing from the past week by past This is Hell! guests Spencer Ackerman, Robert Fisk, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Glenn Greenwald, Gideon Levy, Elizabeth Murray, John Nichols, Robert Parry, and Robert Scheer.
Featuring writing from the past week by past guests Spencer Ackerman, Peter Van Buren, Patrick Cockburn, Juan Cole, Greg Grandin, Sam Pizzigati, David Sirota, Jill Treanor, and Richard Wolff.
Featuring writing from the past week by past This is Hell! guests Spencer Ackerman, Steve Fraser, Glenn Greenwald, Chris Hedges, Jim Naureckas, Sam Pizzigati, Robert Scheer, and Immanuel Wallerstein.
The Sunday Edition! features writing by past This is Hell! guests Steven Aftergood, Spencer Ackerman, Conn Hallinan, William Hartung, Chris Hedges, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Joshua Holland, Hussein Ibish and Rebecca Solnit.
The Sunday Morning Edition! of The Nine Circles of Hell! features writing by past guests Ali Abunimah, Spencer Ackerman, Uri Avnery, Petra Bartosiewicz, Peter Van Buren, Simon Johnson, Janet Redman, Immanuel Wallerstein, and Gary Weiss.
The Nine Circles of Hell! – all the news that gives you fits in print – is posted each weekday. While we post the nine most hellish news stories we can find Monday through Friday, our Sunday Edition! features writing from the past week – including opinion pieces – by nine of our past guests Read more
The Nine Circles of Hell! – all the news that gives you fits in print – for Thursday, May 5, 2011, including a bonus link on new Blackwater employee John Ashcroft, are: “Not a single bullet” fired at US troops as bin laden captured, killed Former AG Ashcroft now running former Blackwater security firm For Read more
The Nine Circles of Hell! – all the news that gives you fits in print – for Monday, February 7, 2011, including a bonus story on America’s guns, are: US-modified Romanian AKs arm Mexican drug war Cellphones smuggled into prison by guards; even Manson got two US military can get anyone, anywhere online First-hand report Read more
The Nine Circles of Hell! – all the news that gives you fits in print – for Tuesday, February 1, 2011, are: You can still buy guns in Arizona without any background check FBI “compromised the civil liberties of American citizens” Rights group discovers Iraqi “secret” torture site Mubarak’s new cabinet includes officials linked to Read more
Michael Massing, a contributing editor at the Columbia Journalism Review, who also writes frequently on the press and foreign affairs on the pages of the New York Review of Books. Michael’s article, “The Volunteer Army: Who Fights and Why?,” appears in the April 5th issue. Michael’s article in the March/April issue of CJR is “Out Read more
journalist Spencer Ackerman is a senior correspondent for The American Prospect and a national security correspondent for The Washington Monthly. Spnencer’s piece, "Training Iraq’s Death Squads," ran at The Nation’s web site. Greg Palast returned because everyone’s emailing us his article, "The Goods on Goodling and the Keys to the Kingdom," and an interview Greg Read more