Monday, January 31, 2005
- Peter Grose, in a page 2 New York Times article titled, 'U.S. Encouraged by Vietnam Vote,' September 4, 1967
John Chuckman is a former chief economist of Texaco Canada and an excellent journalist who has a different perspective than one could imagine from a corporate executive. His articles appear in dissadentvoice, yellowtimes, and counterpunch among others. He also has an ability with graphics which cut to the quick.
Freedom on Steroids: John Chuckman
A writer at The NY Times counted 27 references to freedom in Bush's inaugural speech. The speech contained not one reference to his ugly war in Iraq, but for hundreds of thousands of Iraqis the only freedom established by Bush's invasion was their freedom to miserable deaths or future lives as cripples.more...
Some other examples of his caustic art can be found here