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Is One Muslim Man’s Drug-Crazed Rampage Terrorism?

By 11/25/2014

The murder of a Canadian soldier in Ottawa and the subsequent shootings at Canada’s parliament were the work of a drug-crazed man who was Muslim. Yet the government quickly framed it as a terrorist action, and an excuse to boost the state’s powers. Will it send Canada down an American path to reduced rights and increased surveillance?

The Real History of Poppy Bush Pt 5, Was the JFK Assassination the Tipping Point in Our Distrust of Government?, France Cancels Climate Demonstrations: Nov 20

By 11/20/2015

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Editors’ Picks for Nov 20

By 11/20/2015

France — citing terrorism — cancels climate demonstrations, the Clintons have raised $3 billion dollars over the years, Oklahoma makes changes to disposal wells after latest earthquakes, and more Picks.

Power Companies Band Together to Build Coast-to-Coast EV Fast-Charger Network

By 12/09/2021

PICKS are stories from many sources, selected by our editors or recommended by our readers because they are important, surprising, troubling, enlightening, inspiring, or amusing. They appear on our site and in our daily newsletter. Please send suggested articles, videos, podcasts, etc. to picks@whowhatwhy.org.   Power Companies Band Together to Build Coast-to-Coast EV Fast-Charger Network […]

The Iran Nuclear Deal and the View From Tehran

By 08/10/2018

Want to understand the consequences of pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal? What it means for the US, Iran, and rest of the world? Listen to this conversation with Iran scholar and former Iranian ambassador and government official Seyed Hossein Mousavian.