Monthly Archives: May 2007

Can You Say "Police State"?

Friendly Fire: Raising questions about 9/11 gets an Army sergeant demoted for “disloyalty.”By STEPHEN C. WEBSTER These days, Donald Buswell’s job is not as exciting or dangerous as it once was. For the past few months, his working hours have … finish reading Can You Say "Police State"?

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Junior Doesn’t Care What You Think

At least, not with respect to ending the Iraq war. But don’t believe us – here it is from the horse’s mouth: Bush Sees South Korea Model for IraqWednesday May 30, 2007 10:01 PMBy TERENCE HUNT, AP White House Correspondent … finish reading Junior Doesn’t Care What You Think

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Cindy Sheehan’s Departure from Politics

Don’t Go Too Far Away, Cindy: The Exit of Cindy SheehanBy RON JACOBS I have to admit that I was quite surprised when I read that Cindy Sheehan is leaving the peace movement. After reading her explanation for the move, … finish reading Cindy Sheehan’s Departure from Politics

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Stained With a History of Horror

Inside Bedawi Camp: Refugees ForeverBy ELIZA ERNSHIREBedawi Camp, N. Lebanon Bedawi Camp is much like other Palestinian Camps: crowded, narrow streets winding between cement buildings hung with tangles of wire, the ground running with water, often muddy because it is … finish reading Stained With a History of Horror

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Alberto Gonzales

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Signs of a Sick Society – Embassy of Fear

Tomgram: The Mother Ship Lands in Iraq The Colossus of BaghdadWonders of the Imperial WorldBy Tom Engelhardt Of the seven wonders of the ancient Mediterranean world, including the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Colossus of Rhodes, four were destroyed … finish reading Signs of a Sick Society – Embassy of Fear

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Spencer for President – Position Paper Number 10

10. Assure equal justice for all citizens This may seem to be a non-starter for the majority of Americans, but there is a very large contingent of U.S. citizens who have experienced unequal treatment before the law. The extent of … finish reading Spencer for President – Position Paper Number 10

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Memorial Day Monday Movie

A day late, but how appropriate for a Memorial Day marker. Flushing away everything that most of us understand as the foundation of this nation. Usually we mark the day with memories of those lost in wars. We mark it … finish reading Memorial Day Monday Movie

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CIndy Sheehan’s Open Letter to the Democrats

An Open Letter to the Democratic CongressWhy I Am Leaving the Democratic PartyBy CINDY SHEEHAN Dear Democratic Congress, Hello, my name is Cindy Sheehan and my son Casey Sheehan was killed on April 04, 2004 in Sadr City , Baghdad … finish reading CIndy Sheehan’s Open Letter to the Democrats

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Chomsky on the Media

Poisoned Chalice : Media & The Use of ForceAudio : Speech by Noam Chomsky Chomsky compares U.S. aggression to Nuremberg standards of Nazi war crimes. Speech by Noam Chomsky May 17th, 07 at “20 Years of Propaganda?” Conference, University of … finish reading Chomsky on the Media

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Chomsky on Venezuela

On Recent Developments in VenezuelaNoam Chomsky interviewed by Kabir Joshi-Vijayan and Matthew Skogstad-StubbsVenezuelanalysis.com, May 18, 2007 Kabir Joshi-Vijayan and Matthew Skogstad-Stubbs: A friend, returning from Caracas, described a bus attempting to scale a mountain, gradually making its way up the … finish reading Chomsky on Venezuela

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