Megan Sherman - Archive

Wikileaks Is a Symbol of Liberty By Megan Sherman, February 17, 2021
UK Labour Party Leader Kier Starmer Loyal Ally of Deep State By Megan Sherman, February 12, 2021
“Leaking”: Digital Activism Is Today’s New Radicalism By Megan Sherman, January 18, 2021
On Capitalism and the Machine By Megan Sherman, December 22, 2020
Communism Is a Convenient Fifth Column for Justifying the Expansion of the National Security State By Megan Sherman, December 14, 2020
Julian Assange Is a Conscientious Objector. Time Will Vindicate Him. By Megan Sherman, December 14, 2020
“Corona Procurements”: Tory Corruption Is Eroding UK Democracy By Megan Sherman, December 13, 2020
The Skripal Affair: Remembering a UK False Flag By Megan Sherman, December 03, 2020
Facebook versus Citizens By Megan Sherman, November 30, 2020
Britain’s “Thought Police” of the Labour Right By Megan Sherman, November 28, 2020
Vindicating Jeremy Corbyn By Megan Sherman, November 27, 2020
Herbert Marcuse and the End of Utopia By Megan Sherman, November 18, 2020
In Praise of Herbert Marcuse. The Scientific Study of Capitalism By Megan Sherman, November 15, 2020
Fat Cats Private Club
American Power and World Order By Megan Sherman, November 15, 2020
Against “Capitalist Realism” and the “Neoliberal State” By Megan Sherman, November 10, 2020
5G’s Assault on Civil Rights: Let’s Not Forfeit Local Power being Trapped into Surveillance By Megan Sherman, November 04, 2020
All Power to the Imagination: Remembering John Lennon By Megan Sherman, October 21, 2020
How the Global Media Lost Its Way By Megan Sherman, October 20, 2020
The Show Trial of Julian Assange Is an Attack on the Right to Dissent By Megan Sherman, October 14, 2020
Brexit and the Sovereignty Delusion By Megan Sherman, May 18, 2020
CIA
Why Russiagate Needs a “Constructivist Analysis” By Megan Sherman, March 20, 2019
Julian Assange: Hard Power, Soft Power or Something in Between? Washington in Quito By Megan Sherman, March 05, 2019