Eric Walberg. Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic (Submitted by the author)
A Review of the book,
Heaven on Earth: A Journey Through Sharia Law from the Deserts
of Ancient Arabia to the Streets of the Modern Muslim World
by Sadakat Kadri
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012
There are 50 Muslim-majority states in the world; 11 of them, including Egypt,... » read this article
Scott Noble (Film Documentary); Ron Jacobs (Review) , Open Film (video). Counterpunch (review)
Editor's Note: We are pleased to republish Scott Noble's 3 Part Film Documentary, "The Power Principle," on Axis of Logic. Part I, "American Empire. The Feature Film" is presented below. The Power Principle, Part II: "Propaganda," has also been published on Axis of Logic and we plan to follow this with The Power Principle, Part III:... » read this article
Mankh (Walter E. Harris III (Anthology). Onan Musoy (Essay) , Allbook Books. Axis of Logic.
A hearty congratulations to Mankh (Walter E. Harris III), Axis of Logic columnist and resident poet, for the publication of his exciting new anthology, The (Un)Occupy Movement. This anthology is a topical, historical, forward-thinking, and holistic look at some of the problems Mother Earth and humanity are facing and how... » read this article
A reader, HS, has written to us complaining that the review of Anonymous, the film by director Roland Emmerich and screenwriter John Orloff, was an “emotional rant” that did nothing more than “parrot the shop-worn clichés of the multibillion dollar Shakespeare establishment.” [See letter below.]
In regard to the last... » read this article
As a self-confessed Shakespeare snob, I have long ago given up hope for the sanity of those who would question his authorship of the plays and poetry attributed to him. The protagonist of this film, Edward de Vere, Earl of Oxford, is an inane 'alternative' as the writer... » read this article
The Longest War - The Enduring Conflict Between America and Al-Qaeda. Peter L. Bergen. Free Press, New York, 2011.
Writing history is a matter of placing points in time as bookends or markers for significant events that have occurred around the world. Generally this is done by the winners of... » read this article