Threats to Peace in the Middle East

February 6, 2013 1

Last night, Noam Chomsky packed the Packer Hall auditorium at Lehigh University for his lecture, Prospects for Peace in the Middle East, a phrase Chomsky himself said is difficult to put together. With state collapse in […]

The U.S. and the Wrong Side of History

December 7, 2012 0

On Monday, November 19th, the U.N. General Assembly’s human rights committee once again voted for an international moratorium on capital punishment. The fourth draft resolution was adopted, with 110 states voting in favor, 36 abstaining, and 39 voting against […]

The Status Quo: An Election Postmortem

November 7, 2012 0

Once more, we have elected the status quo. That Obama won instead of Romney is irrelevant. It is the sad truth that no matter who you may have voted for yesterday, the slow and systematic […]

Occupy the Labor Movement

May 18, 2012 4

Mayday in New York City was a force to be reckoned with. On that overcast and dreary morning, thousands of protesters who consisted of #Occupiers, labor unions, musicians, artists, immigrants, students and concerned citizens alike, embarked on a […]

Raging Chicken Press Interview with Noam Chomsky

December 15, 2011 5

Editor’s Note: On Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, Noam Chomsky spoke at Kutztown University as part of the university’s inaugural celebration of UNESCO”s World Philosophy Day. You can watch his talk, “The United States and the […]

Raging Chicken Press @ 10,000

November 29, 2011 0

In the wee hours of this morning, Nov. 29, Raging Chicken Press achieved a milestone of sorts: 10,000 all-time views. We could not be more thankful for the generous support we have seen and the […]