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Video: David Sirota - Back to Our Future

by David Sirota Sunday, Jun. 26, 2011 at 5:20 PM
mbatko@yahoo.com

David Sirota is a newspaper columnist, radio host and bestselling author.

Back to Our Future -



Normalizing war and militarizing foreign policy are perversions. The basic narrative has not changed. Those elected who promise change only carry out change within the dominant narrative.



David Sirota on Book TV, 60 min June 2011



http://www.davidsirota.com/television/back-to-our-future-on-c-spans-book-tv/



Budget Showdown Aims To Quietly Exempt Pentagon and Focus All Cuts on Social Programs April 7, 2011

The unwritten and unspoken story of the budget showdown in Washington is the tale of both parties deliberately working to once again exempt the ever-growing Pentagon from America's larger deficit discussion. ...

Read Sirota's article here

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-sirota/budget-showdown-aims-to-exempt-pentagon_b_845898.html



Promoting Militarism While Hiding Bloodshed for 06/17/2011 June 17, 2011

In a breathless story somehow presented as a groundbreaking revelation, The New York Times recently reported that the Pentagon is — shocker! — using all sorts of media channels to market itself to the nation's children. Though the Times presents this as a brand-new development, it is nothing of the sort. The armed forces have spent the last three decade ...

Read Sirota's article here

http://creators.com/liberal/david-sirota/promoting-militarism-while-hiding-bloodshed.html

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