Monthly Archives: April 2007

Some Think Junior Is Missing

Bush Has Gone AWOLBy General William Odom 04/28/07 “ICH” — — The following is a transcript of the Democratic Radio Address delivered by Lieutenant General William E. Odom, U.S. Army (Ret.) on Saturday April 28, 2007: “Good morning, this is … finish reading Some Think Junior Is Missing

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The Smithfield Workers’ Dispute

Smithfield Packing struggle mixes Black-Brown unity, environment & workers’ rightsBy Shafeah M’Bal and Peter GilbertApr 27, 2007, 08:23 Smithfield Packing is a glaring example of how capitalism creates all kinds of victims of oppression, who when they take a broader … finish reading The Smithfield Workers’ Dispute

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Amerikan Democracy Failing

Inside Texas’ For-Profit Immigrant Prison: The Horrors of HuttoBy CINDY BERINGER “Help us and ask questions,” read the note, secretly passed to a visitor from an immigrant child incarcerated in a Texas prison. Based on their visits and interviews, the … finish reading Amerikan Democracy Failing

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The Defense Industry

Pentagon as Casino: Versailles on the PotomacBy JEFFREY ST. CLAIR War profiteer. It used to be one of the dirtiest slurs in American politics, potent enough to sully the reputations of the rich and powerful. Now it’s a calling card, … finish reading The Defense Industry

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Junior’s REAL Plan

Escalating Military Spending: Income Redistribution in DisguiseBy Ismael Hossein-Zadeh “Preservation, justification, and expansion of the military–industrial colossus, especially of the armaments industry and other Pentagon contractors, have become critical big business objectives in themselves.” How Escalation of War and Military … finish reading Junior’s REAL Plan

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They Said …

… that if Vietnam fell to the Commies, that Hawaii would be next. Now we read this talking head who says the consequences of our withdrawal from Iraq would be more extreme, and our inclination is to tell him he … finish reading They Said …

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A Story We Post Every Couple of Months

Rebuilt Iraq Projects Found CrumblingBy JAMES GLANZPublished: April 29, 2007 In a troubling sign for the American-financed rebuilding program in Iraq, inspectors for a federal oversight agency have found that in a sampling of eight projects that the United States … finish reading A Story We Post Every Couple of Months

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Canada’s Shame – Learning From the Yanks

Is this Canada’s Abu Ghraib? Harper and O’Connor can’t escape Afghan torture scandalby Derrick O’KeefeApril 28, 2007Seven Oaks There are, to be sure, significant differences between the torture scandal currently engulfing Ottawa and the one that rocked the Bush administration … finish reading Canada’s Shame – Learning From the Yanks

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Somalia – Salim Lone Talks to Democracy Now

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The Same War Against the World’s Poor

Four Million Refugees: Afghanistan and Iraq are the Same WarBy DAVID ORCHARD and MICHAEL MANDEL Four years ago the U.S. and Britain unleashed war on Iraq, a nearly defenseless Third World country barely half the size of Saskatchewan. For twelve … finish reading The Same War Against the World’s Poor

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The FDA Drug Company

U.S. Health Freedom on Verge of CollapseBy Byron J. Richards, CCN A new attack against health freedom, drug safety, and dietary supplements was launched last week by Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA) with major support from Michael Enzi (R-WY). It is … finish reading The FDA Drug Company

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Profoundly Pissed Off

We’re with this guy – we’re sick and tired of MSM lies, charades, and money. Kick all the bastards out, or as Rubinson suggest, “Ignore them.” Bill Moyers on PBS. Justified outrage of an anti-war activistBy David RubinsonApr 27, 2007, … finish reading Profoundly Pissed Off

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