Coverart for item
The Resource Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan

Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan

Label
Breaking the sound barrier
Title
Breaking the sound barrier
Statement of responsibility
Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
7uNmz-yFtJs
Cataloging source
DLC
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
Democracy now! (Radio program)
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1957-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Goodman, Amy
Dewey number
973.931
Index
index present
LC call number
E902
LC item number
.G64 2009
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Moynihan, Denis
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • War on Terrorism, 2001-2009
  • Torture
  • Elections
  • Mass media
  • Political activists
Label
Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Collection of the author's commentaries from Democracy now!, the daily grassroots global news hour that broadcasts the program via radio, satellite and cable television, and Internet
  • Includes index
Contents
  • Introduction: beyond the nine-second soundbite -- War. The art of war and deception -- Resistance to war cannot be jailed -- Clinton to antiwar voters: bring 'em on -- Carlos Arredondo exploding into action -- Hang up on war: claim your telephone tax rebate -- War and censorship at Wilton High School -- The time is right for new Pentagon papers -- The uncounted casualties of war -- Winter soldier marches again -- Body of war -- Whistle-blower points to target list in U.S. attack on hotel -- Threats, lies, and audiotape -- Invasion of the sea-smurfs -- Obama's Afghan trap -- Obama's coalition of the unwilling -- Climate change. Global warring, global warming, global warning -- McKibben: hold politicians' feet to the fire -- From oil wars to water wars -- Weather reports are missing the story -- Don't drink the nuclear Kool-aid -- Lessons of the Exxon Valdez -- Torture. Rumsfeld's mount misery -- Up to Democrats to investigate torture -- Hypocritical oath: psychologists and torture -- High school students teach the president a lesson about torture -- Psychologists in denial about torture -- A vote for Mukasey is a vote for torture -- Surviving a CIA "black site" -- Taxi to the dark side -- A torture debate among healers -- Torturers should be punished -- Health care. SICKO: Michael Moore's prescription for change -- Children's health care is a no-brainer -- For whom the Bell's palsy tolls -- Nothing to fear but no health care -- Toxins "r" us -- Put single-payer on the table -- Baucus' raucous caucus -- Congre$$ heal thyself -- Health insurance whistle-blower knows where the bodies are buried -- Global economic meltdown. Ticker tape ain't spaghetti -- Wall Street socialists -- Workers laid off, executives paid off, Bernard Madoff -- Too big to fail, too big to jail -- Produce the note -- Media. Death in Oaxaca -- Shooting the messenger is a war crime -- NAB-bing the election -- CBS silences general dissent -- The dubious Mr. Dobbs -- The FCC's Christmas gift to big media -- The broadcasters' big payday -- The U.S. war on journalists -- Why we were falsely arrested -- Pacifica Radio at sixty: a sanctuary for dissent -- Yoo's views make Philly news -- News from the unreported world. Timor: Bush has a chance to hold terrorists accountable -- Ask Kissinger about Pinochet -- Chiquita's slipping appeal -- Global consensus, not global conquest -- Chevron's pipeline is the Burmese regime's lifeline -- Congo: the invisible war -- Colombia: celebrate the release, not the regime -- Chevron, Shell, and the true cost of oil -- The free market's marked men -- Undo the coup -- Grassroots activism. From the Bayou to Baghdad: mission accomplished? -- Time is running out for brother and sister -- The Orangeburg massacre -- Don't cage dissent -- A tale of two Nobel nations -- Bush and the monkey wrench guy or: one man's bid to aid the environment -- Seattle's lessons for London -- Disclosure of "secrets" in the '70s didn't destroy the nation -- Two standards of detention -- Obama's military is spying on U.S. peace groups -- Elections. New Vermont senator not standard fare -- Not all is debated in love and war -- Millions without a voice -- As goes Vermont -- Who's paying for the conventions? -- "It's a global election" -- Poverty is the real scandal -- The party police -- Open the debates -- Who gets to vote? -- Election protection -- Obama. Obama strikes a chord with a disaffected Republican -- It's not the man, it's the movement -- Change big donors can believe in -- Organizer in chief -- President Obama can redeem the White House -- Chevron in the White House -- A long train ride --
  • -- U.S. Muslims still under siege -- Free speech vs. surveillance in the digital age -- Luminaries. King's message: stop the War, help the poor -- Bang pots and pans for Molly Ivins -- Harry Belafonte: the lion at 80 -- Howard Zinn: dissent can sometimes be the best form of patriotism -- Clarence Kailin: voices from the Spanish Civil War -- Jimmy Carter: tear down that wall -- John Lennon: imagine peace-a ray of light in dark times -- Studs Terkel: curiosity didn't kill this cat -- Yuri Kochiyama: lessons of internment -- Martin Luther King, Jr.: where do we go from here? -- Utah Phillips has left the stage -- Evo Morales: a view from the South -- Tutu, Obama, and the Middle East -- Pete Seeger carries us on -- Dr. George Tiller didn't have to die -- Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: the 21st-century color line -- Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather, Tommy Douglas: health care reform needs an action hero
Control code
ocn318875593
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xi, 377 p.
Isbn
9781931859998
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009033634
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o318875593
  • (OCoLC)318875593
Label
Breaking the sound barrier, Amy Goodman ; edited by Denis Moynihan
Publication
Note
  • Collection of the author's commentaries from Democracy now!, the daily grassroots global news hour that broadcasts the program via radio, satellite and cable television, and Internet
  • Includes index
Contents
  • Introduction: beyond the nine-second soundbite -- War. The art of war and deception -- Resistance to war cannot be jailed -- Clinton to antiwar voters: bring 'em on -- Carlos Arredondo exploding into action -- Hang up on war: claim your telephone tax rebate -- War and censorship at Wilton High School -- The time is right for new Pentagon papers -- The uncounted casualties of war -- Winter soldier marches again -- Body of war -- Whistle-blower points to target list in U.S. attack on hotel -- Threats, lies, and audiotape -- Invasion of the sea-smurfs -- Obama's Afghan trap -- Obama's coalition of the unwilling -- Climate change. Global warring, global warming, global warning -- McKibben: hold politicians' feet to the fire -- From oil wars to water wars -- Weather reports are missing the story -- Don't drink the nuclear Kool-aid -- Lessons of the Exxon Valdez -- Torture. Rumsfeld's mount misery -- Up to Democrats to investigate torture -- Hypocritical oath: psychologists and torture -- High school students teach the president a lesson about torture -- Psychologists in denial about torture -- A vote for Mukasey is a vote for torture -- Surviving a CIA "black site" -- Taxi to the dark side -- A torture debate among healers -- Torturers should be punished -- Health care. SICKO: Michael Moore's prescription for change -- Children's health care is a no-brainer -- For whom the Bell's palsy tolls -- Nothing to fear but no health care -- Toxins "r" us -- Put single-payer on the table -- Baucus' raucous caucus -- Congre$$ heal thyself -- Health insurance whistle-blower knows where the bodies are buried -- Global economic meltdown. Ticker tape ain't spaghetti -- Wall Street socialists -- Workers laid off, executives paid off, Bernard Madoff -- Too big to fail, too big to jail -- Produce the note -- Media. Death in Oaxaca -- Shooting the messenger is a war crime -- NAB-bing the election -- CBS silences general dissent -- The dubious Mr. Dobbs -- The FCC's Christmas gift to big media -- The broadcasters' big payday -- The U.S. war on journalists -- Why we were falsely arrested -- Pacifica Radio at sixty: a sanctuary for dissent -- Yoo's views make Philly news -- News from the unreported world. Timor: Bush has a chance to hold terrorists accountable -- Ask Kissinger about Pinochet -- Chiquita's slipping appeal -- Global consensus, not global conquest -- Chevron's pipeline is the Burmese regime's lifeline -- Congo: the invisible war -- Colombia: celebrate the release, not the regime -- Chevron, Shell, and the true cost of oil -- The free market's marked men -- Undo the coup -- Grassroots activism. From the Bayou to Baghdad: mission accomplished? -- Time is running out for brother and sister -- The Orangeburg massacre -- Don't cage dissent -- A tale of two Nobel nations -- Bush and the monkey wrench guy or: one man's bid to aid the environment -- Seattle's lessons for London -- Disclosure of "secrets" in the '70s didn't destroy the nation -- Two standards of detention -- Obama's military is spying on U.S. peace groups -- Elections. New Vermont senator not standard fare -- Not all is debated in love and war -- Millions without a voice -- As goes Vermont -- Who's paying for the conventions? -- "It's a global election" -- Poverty is the real scandal -- The party police -- Open the debates -- Who gets to vote? -- Election protection -- Obama. Obama strikes a chord with a disaffected Republican -- It's not the man, it's the movement -- Change big donors can believe in -- Organizer in chief -- President Obama can redeem the White House -- Chevron in the White House -- A long train ride --
  • -- U.S. Muslims still under siege -- Free speech vs. surveillance in the digital age -- Luminaries. King's message: stop the War, help the poor -- Bang pots and pans for Molly Ivins -- Harry Belafonte: the lion at 80 -- Howard Zinn: dissent can sometimes be the best form of patriotism -- Clarence Kailin: voices from the Spanish Civil War -- Jimmy Carter: tear down that wall -- John Lennon: imagine peace-a ray of light in dark times -- Studs Terkel: curiosity didn't kill this cat -- Yuri Kochiyama: lessons of internment -- Martin Luther King, Jr.: where do we go from here? -- Utah Phillips has left the stage -- Evo Morales: a view from the South -- Tutu, Obama, and the Middle East -- Pete Seeger carries us on -- Dr. George Tiller didn't have to die -- Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: the 21st-century color line -- Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather, Tommy Douglas: health care reform needs an action hero
Control code
ocn318875593
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xi, 377 p.
Isbn
9781931859998
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2009033634
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o318875593
  • (OCoLC)318875593

Library Locations

    • Waubonsee: Sugar Grove Campus - Todd LibraryBorrow it
      Collins Hall 2nd Floor Waubonsee Community College Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive, Sugar Grove, IL, 60554-9454, US
      41.7974000 -88.45785
Processing Feedback ...