Category Archives: Rowan Wolf – Editor in Chief


Read the Investigation of the CIA “Detention” and “Interrogation” Programs for Yourself

By Rowan Wolf [Force feeding station. Photo courtesy MTV News.] [I] encourage people to read reports for themselves. So, here are the links to the Senate Intelligence Committee report. The First set of links are to the documents on the committee’s web site. If you cannot access that site, or… Read the rest

Can the Power of Love Heal the Wounds of War? Veterans Meet the Black Madonna

By Rowan Wolf, Editor in Chief [Former Oregon National Guardsman SFC Sean Davis as Sgt Bryan and Michael Mayes as Adam. Photo: Jenny Graham/Anima Mundi Productions.] [A]lmost everyone knows someone who went to war and came back a very different – and damaged – person. We have finally defined an… Read the rest

Clean, Renewable Energy Is Possible

The following is an excerpt from the introduction to John Cowsill’s new book “Safe Planet: Renewable Energy plus Workers’ Power.” John is an eco-socialist and his work reflects that. He clearly identifies capitalism’s central role in the environmental crisis and in the barriers to pursuing a clean renewable energy program.… Read the rest

Udo Ulfkotte Blows the Whistle on Himself

By Rowan Wolf, “Yes Little Tim, There Are Unexpected Folks Who Are With The CIA.” [D]r. Udo Ulfkotte (picture left), a respected German journalist, editor, and a former advisor to the Kohl administration in Germany in the later 1990s, has written a new book (published in German, but translated) “Bought… Read the rest

America’s Oldest Professions: Warring and Spying

By Gary Brumback [Editor’s Note: This is a very generous act by an exceptionally good writer who has spent almost 20 years researching the relationships between corporations and government and their collusion/collision in the areas of war and spying. In order to take advantage of this gift, get the book Read the rest
Conflict in Egypt. Photo courtesy AfricaTime.

Egypt calls for US restraint over Ferguson

Conflict in Egypt. Photo courtesy AfricaTime. Editor’s Note: This was too precious to pass up. [E]gypt’s foreign ministry has called on the US to show restraint in its reaction to protests in Missouri, according to a report in local news provider, Ahram Online. The country’s foreign ministry told the state-run… Read the rest

Domestic Violence is Not a Passing Fad

By Rowan Wolf, Editor in Chief [Graphic courtesy The Crime Report.] [I]t is critical that people understand that domestic violence is not something that just goes away – no matter how much we would like to think that it will. Abusers all to frequently accelerate their behavior over time rather… Read the rest

Iraqi Sunni scholars: Iraqi rebels, not ISIS, who face the Iraqi army

[The picture is courtesy of MEMO, and shows equipment left by the Iraqi army in Mosul.] EDITOR’S NOTE: What we are constantly hearing in the U.S. and British media is that the fighting now occurring inside Iraq is being promulgated by essentially a foreign ( or exogenous) ex-al Qaeda-based force… Read the rest
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