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September 2004

Thursday, September 30
Mike Davis: H5N1: The Monster at the Door
Margaret Kimberley: The November Third Movement
Juan Cole: Is Justice Being Delayed by Bush Administration Politics?
Farnaz Fassihi: 'From Baghdad': A Wall Street Journal Reporter's E-Mail to Friends
Nikki Finke: When Might Turns Right - Golly GE, Why Big Media is Pro-Bush
Jeff Milchen: Replace Bi-Partisan Shows With Real Debates
Arianna Huffington: Bush's Toxic Campaign Mix: God, Country and Perpetual Fear
Haroon Siddiqui: Kerry Should Drill Bush on Security
Timothy Garton Ash: No More Jeeves: Tony Blair Must Change Britain's Humiliating Approach to the US
Joyce Marcel: Sermon From A Different, Far Better, Mount
Bruno Giussani: Memo to Kerry from Europe: Help (for Iraq) Is Not on the Way
Flavia Colgan: Domestic Violence: Admit it George, We've Got a Problem
Behrooz Ghamari: Playing Politics with Nukes: Is the US on a Collision Course with Iran?
Sami Ramadani: The True Face of Iraqi Resistance
Joan Vennochi: Pols Now Face Voters on Gay Ban
Ted Rall: Losing Our Heads: Iraqi Insurgents are Butchers, Yet Not as Bad as Us

Wednesday, September 29
Tom Gallagher: Turn on the Radio, John Kerry
Rose Gentle: My Son Died for a Lie
Ray McGovern: Lots More Troops To Iraq... After the Election
Derrick Jackson: Having it all in America
Juan Gonzalez: The War's Littlest Victim. He was Exposed to Depleted Uranium.His Daughter may be Paying the Price.
John Nichols: CBS: No News, Just Stenography
Alan Nasser: An Emergency-Room Economy, and No Physician in Sight
David Sirota: You Call This a Democracy?
Steven Boyd Saum: For the Common Good
Walter Williams: No Balance in Branches of Government
Robert Kuttner: Rethinking Free Trade
Steve Backus : The Rhetoric of Violence
Lone Star Iconclast: 'Kerry Will Restore American Dignity': Bush's Hometown Paper Endorses Kerry
Antonia Zerbisias: Gunshy CBS to Sit on Iraq Story
Sean Gonsalves: 'It Takes a Village to Raise a Billionaire'
Floyd McKay: Excuse Me, Mr. President, but We're Feeling a Draft

Tuesday, September 28
Daniel Ellsberg: Truths Worth Telling
Laura Flanders: Haitian Blood is on our Hands
George Soros: Why We Must Not Re-elect President Bush
Rebecca Solnit: Jailbirds I Have Loved…Or "No You Can't Have My Rights. I'm Still Using Them"
Yusuf Islam: Something Bad Has Begun
Joel Hirschhorn: Another Lapse of Journalistic Integrity at The New York Times
John Nichols: Debate Halliburton
Philadelphia Inquirer: CIA and the Iraqi Elections - An Idea that's Bound to Erode Trust
James Carroll: Kerry's Catholicism
Alan Farago: Where is the World? Compare Your Experience with Hurricane Jeanne to Haiti's
Madison Capital Times: This Is the Lowest Blow
Helen Thomas: Saying U.N. Backed War Doesn't Make It So
Harvey Wasserman: Bush is History's Top Terrorist
Jimmy Carter: Florida Can't Vote with Confidence
Jeffrey Jowell: Beware the Tools of Tyranny
Robert Scheer: The Dangers of a 'What the Heck' Vote

Monday, September 27
Frederic Morton: From Role Model to International Bully in Three Short Years
Ted Kennedy: The Effect of the War in Iraq on America's Security
Gautam Adhikari: The End of the Unipolar Myth
Robert Freeman: Evaluating Bush's Economic Performance: A Field Guide for the Perplexed
Felicity Arbuthnot: Dear Prime Minister Tony Blair - An Open Letter
Kevin Pina: The Tragedy of Haiti: Victims of Two Storms
Mike Turner: 'Staying the Course' Isn't an Option
Erik Leaver: Top 10 Reasons for the US to Get Out of Iraq
Rahul Mahajan: Bush, Iraq, and Demonstration Elections
David Sarasohn: Republicans Joining in Criticism of Iraq Policy
Patrisia Gonzales/Roberto Rodriguez: Unanswered Questions for the Candidates
Tom Engelhardt: Xtreme Weather meets Xtreme Media Bubble
Ralph Nader: A Citizen's Agenda for a Crack Down on Corporate Crime
Christopher Brauchli: So This is 'Success' in War on Terror
Tom Palaima: Will Debates Force an End to Playing Politics with Lives?
Walter Williams: Uncle Sam is Hard at Work for US Corporations
Dennis Roddy: Teresa Heinz Kerry's Bold Normality

Sunday, September 26
Haroon Siddiqui: America Must Respect Law at Home, Abroad
Chalmers Johnson: My Congressman Stands for Money, Not for Me
Les Payne: Incurious George is a National Joke
Bill McKibben: On the Environment, the US Is the Rogue Nation
Carlos Fuentes: 'You Scare Us': Bush is Giving Latin America the Willies

Friday, September 24
Jonathan Steele: Humiliated and Impotent, Every Iraqi is a Hostage Now
Katha Pollitt: Fox Hunts Student Voters
Naomi Klein: Baghdad Year Zero
Mike Davis: Poor, Black, and Left Behind
Mansoor Ijaz: One Way to Alienate Moderate Muslims: Deport Cat
Dave Zirin: NBA's Etan Thomas: "I am Totally Against This War"
Rosa Maria Pegueros: Rip Van Winkle had nothing on the Boy in the Bubble
Noreena Hertz: When He Eats Little, She Eats Less
Tony Norman: Oh, Baby, Baby, it is Truly a Wild World
Caroline Arnold: What Shall the Perplexed Voter Do?
Hadi Semati: Democracy in Retrograde - The Iraq War has Slowed Calls for Reform in Iran
Andrew Greeley: A Dove in Good Company
George Beres: Greatest Whistleblower's Message Still Rings True
Mark Morford: What's Wrong With John Kerry? Is it the Hair? The Lack of Charisma? Or do we just wish he was more Angry and Ruthless?

Thursday, September 23
Jonathan Schell: Why We Must Leave Iraq
Joan Ryan: Army's War Game Recruits Kids
Paul Rogat Loeb: The Unforeseen Fruits of Hope
Stephen Zunes: Bush’s UN Speech: Idealistic Rhetoric Hides Sinister Policies
Sidney Blumenthal: The Hollow World of George Bush
Frank Smyth: Who Are the Progressives in Iraq? The Left, the Right, and the Islamists
Madison Capital Times: Kerry's Iraq Plan is Weak
Joan Vennochi: The Ghost Following Kerry
Victor Navasky: Where Rather Was Right
Joyce Marcel: Proud to be a Dead Armadillo
Jim Hightower: The Hidden Push to Privatize Public Schools
Byron Williams: Bush Must Answer for Iraq
Arianna Huffington: Will the World's Most Exclusive Club Get a Much Needed Infusion of New Blood?
Nick Schwellenbach: Government Secrecy Grows out of Control

Tuesday, September 21
James Carroll: Why Americans Back the War
Antonia Zerbisias: CBS's Memo Becomes a Free Pass for Bush
Ira Chernus: Kerry Offers "Four More Years" of War
Christopher Selth: Letter from America: An Australian's Take on the US Election
Salih Booker: The Crisis in Darfur: This Wolf is Real, and Nobody's Listening
Howard Dean: Hidden Agenda: A National Draft in the Future?
George Monbiot: Proliferation Treaty: Of Course Iran wants to Develop Nuclear Weapons - and has the Legal Entitlement to Do So
Steve Chapman: Iraq: From Bad to Worse
Renée Loth: Bush's Passion for Secrecy
Laura Santina: Water, Women and War
Neil Clark: The Spoils of Another War
Gregory Malandrucco: The Corporate Media's Complicity in Global Warming
David Corn: Will John McCain be the October Surprise?
Jimmy Breslin: CBS Background Music to a Good Kerry Speech
Robert Scheer: True Conservatives Would Back Kerry

Monday, September 20
Gary Younge: Since 9/11, America has Used its Victimhood to Demand a Monopoly on the Right to Feel and to Inflict Pain
Laurel Wamsley: How They Forgave Us: Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Economy of Memory
Thom Hartmann: Just Cut Out Their Tongues
Barbara Ehrenreich: Election 2004: To Catch a Thief
Bud McClure: Losing Our Humanity
John Kerry: 'Colossal Failures of Judgment'
Diane Davis Santoriello: For Whom Did my Son Die in Iraq?
Greg Palast: The Lynching of Dan Rather
Harvey Wasserman: John Kerry Must (Again) Make Love, Not War
E.L. Doctorow: The Unfeeling President
Harley Sorenson: Commander-In-Chief's Bait-And-Switch
Madison Capital Times: Calling it an 'Illegal' War
Roland Merullo: A Puzzling America
Brooke Campbell: Bush Cost Me My Brother
Todd Huffman: If I Only Had A Vote
Tom Engelhardt: Incident on Haifa Street

Sunday, September 19
Katharine Gun: The Truth Must Out
Jimmy Breslin: A Key Question from a Slain GI's Mother
Haroon Siddiqui: How Kerry Can Get Out of His Iraq Quagmire
Eric Margolis: Here Comes Another Huge Nuclear Embarrassment for Washington
Theodore Postol: Friendly Fire Shootdown

Saturday, September 18
Susan Lenfestey: Blow Whistle on Our Jujitsu President
Stephen Zunes: Kerry vs. Bush: A Humphrey-Nixon Redux?
Logan Jenkins: Free Speech is Taking a Beating This Year
Jesse Ventura/George Farah: The Debate Debacle
Jason Leopold: Remember When Presidential Campaigns Used to Be About The Issues?
Christopher Brauchli: Health Care? To Bush, It's a Sound Bite
Karyn Strickler: The Keys to the White House vs.The Shrum Curse:
Timothy Karr: Campaign 2004: Overrun by Assassins
Charles Brady: Bush Team Knows How To Play the Media in Spy Crime Cover-Up

Friday, September 17
Bill Moyers: Journalism Under Fire
Anne-Marie Cusac: Bullies at the Voting Booth
Guardian/UK: The War Was Illegal
Noam Chomsky: The Resort to Force
Pauline Erlick: A Mother Laments as Her Son Goes to an Unjust War
Sasha Abramsky: Supporting the Troops, Doubting the War
Larry Beinhart: The Real Republican Domestic Agenda: War on Roosevelt
Norman Solomon: Missing: A Media Focus on the Supreme Court
Deborah Pickett: Acknowledging War Deaths Now a Political Statement
Bob Herbert: This Is Bush's Vietnam
Ray McGovern: Gossing Over The Record
Willie Nelson: Family-Farm Food Nourishes Our Bodies and Our Society
Jonathan Steele: Iraqis Want Elections - and Foreign Troops to Leave Now
Stephen Pimpare: Welfare 'Reform': This is Success?
Andrew Greeley: Terror 'War' Doesn't Meet Definition
Patrisia Gonzales/Roberto Rodriguez: Protecting the Center of the Universe

Thursday, September 16
Howard Zinn: Kerry Needs the Courage to Walk Away from Iraq
Naomi Klein/Jeremy Scahill: Who Seized Simona Torretta? This Iraqi Kidnapping has the Mark of an Undercover Police Operation
William Greider: Eclipsed: Bush, Kerry, Vietnam & Iraq
Lisa Martinovic: Warring-After Pill or Not: Is Guilt Obsolete?
David Sirota/Jonathan Baskin: The Greed Factor:
Jonathan Turley: Soldiers of Fortune -- at What Price?
John Nichols: Robert Greenwald's Visionary Approach to Documentary Making
Katrina vanden Heuvel: It's a Small Word After All: An Open Letter to George W. Bush and John Kerry
Sidney Blumenthal: Most Senior US Military Officers now Believe the War on Iraq has turned into a Disaster on an Unprecedented Scale
Ted Rall: RNC/NYC Protests: Little Guantánamo
Eliot Coleman: Support Small Organic Farmers and Find the Best Food for your Family
Kathy Kelly: Dr Rafil Dhafir Selectively Prosecuted Because of His Muslim Faith and Arab Descent
Jay Bookman: Even a Flawed Kerry Beats the Alternative
Mark Dunlea: 9/11 Plus Three - The Trail Grows Cold While the War Heats Up
Fred Korematsu: Do we Really Need to Relearn the Lessons of Japanese American Internment?
Mark Morford: Love Masochism? Vote BushCo!

Wednesday, September 15
Bruce Ackerman: Abu Ghraib Requires a Political Response
Robert Kuttner: Kerry Must 'Reframe' Bush -- and Fast
Ira Chernus: Is the Left Afraid of Eternal Mystery?
Margaret Krome: Kerry Should Tell the Truth About Bush, Over and Over
Stephen Zunes: Is Kerry Really More Open than Bush to Alternative Foreign Policy Perspectives?
Mark Engler/Jeremy Varon: Old Dog, Same Tricks? The CIA Then and Now
Jonathan Freedland: Artists were Swift to Explore the Horror of 9/11. But Narratives Likely to Endure are only now Emerging
Michael Brune: Ford Lost its Green Machines
Derrick Jackson: Victims of the Gun Lobby
Robert Steinback: Restore America's Ability to Discuss Ideas
Russ Baker: Why Bush Left Texas
Matthew Rothschild: McCarthyism Watch: Kerry Hires Worker Fired for Bumper Sticker, She Says
Floyd McKay: Bush's Muscular Foreign Policy Strengthening European Fears of US
Ellis Henican: Drug-Fighters High on their own Nonsense
Joyce Marcel: Being Thankful for Small Favors

Tuesday, September 14
David Corn: Colin Powell: Taking Dives for the Bush Mob
Chalmers Johnson: The Military-Industrial Man: How Local Politics Works in America -- or a "Duke" in Every District
Madison Capital Times: Democrats Should Take a Cue from Nader
Margaret Wertheim: Safe Water for a Thirsty World
Robert Scheer: If Only Kerry Were From the Bronx: With Some Street Smarts, He Might Call Those Republican Bums Out
Helen Thomas: Cheney Takes the Low Road
Richard Hasen: Nov. 2 Debacle in the Making
Guardian/UK: The Staggering Legacy of Tax Cuts
Dave Zirin: Are We Ready For Some Football? An Open Letter to Radical Helmet Huggers
Ralph Nader: Community Reinvestment Act 'Lite' - New Rules Could Slow the Rate of Investment in Low-Income Communities
Ed Garvey: Democrats Must Speak Up
Matthew Rothschild: The Republican Blur
Joan Vennochi: Edwards's Unheard Message

Monday, September 13
Daniel Ellsberg et al: A Call to Patriotic Whistleblowing
Stephen Zunes: House Republicans and Democrats Unite in Linking Iraq with 9/11
Byron Williams: Kerry Needs to Get Jazzed About Presidential Campaign
Harley Sorenson: The Real Reason We're In Iraq
Cynthia Tucker: Deceptions and Deaths Stacking Up
Douglas Johnson: The Case of Rafil Dahfir: A Criminal Double Standard
Matthew Miller: 'Ownership Society' is Flawed
Katrina vanden Heuvel: RFK in EKY
Robert Jensen: Hijacking Catastrophe” Fills a Void Left by Journalists’ Failures
Peter Preston: Mired in the Campaign Mud Again - Once More, it's Soft-Money Ads, Slurs and Simplifications for Bush
Tom Engelhardt: September 33rd
Neal Peirce: The Wi-Fi Revolution Spreads
Carol Goar: Strange Race for US Presidency
Frank Rich: Coming Soon: Kerry's 'Apocalypse Now'
David Segal/Austin King/John Eder: Greens Seek Support for Kerry in Key States

Sunday, September 12
George Lakoff: Framing the Debate: It's All GOP
Eric Margolis: Why West is Losing
Tom Maertens: Are We Safer now? If U.S. Policy Persists, So Will the Danger
Noreena Hertz: Bombers? or Food? A Startling New Book Explains how the West Could Easily Save the Third World
Leonard Pitts Jr: Tickets to Bush Magic Show Only Thing 1,000 Deaths Bought
Joel Kotkin: Sewer Socialism: Cities Need a Back-to-Basics Strategy

Saturday, September 11
Craig Unger: 'War President' Bush Has Always Been Soft on Terror
Magie Dominic: Empty Combat Boots: Circles of Death in Central Park
Robert Fisk:We Should Not Have Allowed 19 Murderers to Change our World
Financial Times: Time to Consider Iraq Withdrawl
Arthur Schlesinger/Timothy Garton Ash: 9/11 Letters: Schlesinger Tries to Allay Europeans About the Bellicose New America. Garton Ash Replies
Katha Pollitt: The Girlie Vote
Christopher Brauchli: Halliburton's Good Fortune Never Ends
Andrew Rice: Tragedy Profiteering
Jeffrey Kaplan/Jeff Milchen: From Protest to Rebellion: Lessons from Tom Paine
Madison Capital Times: Exploiting Sept. 11
Ed Kociela: How Will We Know When War Is Over?
Peter Phillips/Kate Sims: The 2004 Election and Censored News
Thomas Palaima: I'm Tired of Trashy Politics, and I Won't Take It Anymore

Friday, September 10
Ira Chernus: 9/11: The Politics of Eternal Mystery
Judd Legum/David Sirota: Vote for Bush or Die
Heather Wokusch: Infamy: Pearl Harbor, 911 and the Coming Outrage
John Dean: Osama's Dream Team: Kerry-Edwards or Bush-Cheney?
Norman Solomon: The Brave Posturing of Armchair Warriors
Brattleboro Reformer: Hope, Not Fear
Caroline Arnold: Why Kerry Will Win
Derrick Jackson: As War Toll Climbs, Bush Still Deceives
Javier Marías: There is No Such Thing as a War on Terrorism
Steven Laffoley: Got Democracy?
Paul Rogat Loeb: Shut Up and Color: The Politics of Bullying
Rick Salutin: When Religion is Not
Bernard-Henri Lévy: Terror Is No Answer for Chechen Terror
Scott Klinger: A Harvest of Inequality
Mark Morford: Who The Hell Is "Undecided"? And Why do so Many Election Polls leave you Angry and Stupefied and Drunk?
David Michael Green: Memo to Kerry: On National Security, Outflank Bush to the Right (and Keep Your Integrity, to Boot)
John O'Farrell: Space Cowboys

Thursday, September 9
Naomi Klein: The Likudization of the World: The True Legacy of September 11
William Pfaff: The Pattern is Global, but the Causes are Local
Antonia Zerbisias: Using Beslan to Defend War on Terror
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Putin's War: If Putin Refuses to Change Course Russia's Future is Grim
John Nichols: Dick Cheney: Vice President of the Apocalypse
Tiana Thi Thanh Nga: Can a Vietnamese-American be Heard?
Haroon Siddiqui: The Surreal World of Bush
Jeremy Scahill: The New York Model: Indymedia and the Text Message Jihad
Arianna Huffington: Heroes and Villians: Reframing the 2004 Race
Alfred McCoy: The Hidden History of CIA Torture: America's Road to Abu Ghraib
Guy Reel: For Kerry, it's Time to Speak to America
Sidney Blumenthal: Now it's Bush's Turn to Squirm
Walter Bernstein: Between 'Us' and 'Them,' Suspicion Poisons the Air
James Klurfeld: Cheney's 'Warning' is the Lowest Blow Yet
Matthew Rothschild: Iraq: This Is Progress?
Bob Fitrakis: E-Voting: The New Battle Hymn of the Republic

Wednesday, September 8
Jimmy Carter: Letter to Zell Miller: 'You Have Betrayed our Trust'
Rigoberta Menchú Tum: Lawsuit in California: Justice Catches up with a Guatemalan Murder
Nick Turse: The Rise of the Homeland Security State - Fortress Big Apple, Revisited
Mark Morford: Apocalypse Bush! Why Care for the Planet When the End Times are Almost Here?
Meredith Clark: New Axis of Eve Uncovers Strategy to Topple Bush
Richard Norton-Taylor: The Greatest Obstacle to Reducing the Terror Threat is the US Administration
Derrick Jackson: GOP's Phone Line to God
Molly Ivins: The Nerve of Bush
Denver Post: 9/11 Legal Spotlight on Saudis
Michele Simon: Get Rid of those Empty Calories with 'Nutri-wash'
Tom Plate: Until All Nuclear Nations Disarm, Others Will Lust After Same Power
Ralph Nader: Working Harder, Working Longer, Getting Nowhere
Doug Ireland: Jesse Jackson Leads the Charge Against the Corporate Lobbyists Running Kerry's Failing Campaign (But The Press Blacks it Out)
Greg Palast: Don't Look at the Flash
Gina Doggett: Civil Disobedience in New York: 'Magical' for Some, A Waking Nightmare for Hundreds

Tuesday, September 7
James Carroll: The Unwinnable War
Karyn Strickler: Woo the Swing Voters, Screw the Base: Lose the Election?
Thom Hartmann: Bush Family Wounds America Below The Belt Line
Michael Moore: Why I Will Not Seek a Best Documentary Oscar
Eliot Katz: Unlocking the Language Room of War
Harvey Wasserman: What? No Terror Alert to Herald the Osama Surprise?
Roger Burbach/Jim Tarbell: Iraq and the Crisis of Empire
Juan Cole: AIPAC Spy Case Involves Intelligence on Iranian WMD
Sean Gonsalves: Bush Unplugged: Truth and Its Neo-Consequences
George Monbiot: Politicians are once more Revving up the Debate that only Nuclear Power can Save the Planet
Robert Scheer: GOP Convention's Looney Tunes
Bill Berry: 'Snarlin' Marlin' Urges Democrats: Don't Be 'Me-Too' Republicans
Marc Herold: In Afghanistan, Selling War as Peace
Michael Paul Williams: More Lies from the GOP
Harley Sorenson: A Profile In Indecision

Monday, September 6
Marisa Handler: Cry from the Streets: Oust Bush
Eric Margolis: The Dots in Washington are Connecting. It's Not a Pretty Sight
Carol Norris: Thank You, People of New York City
Gary Younge: In 2000 the Republicans Paraded their Diversity. But Now the Party is Showing its True Color - White
Haroon Siddiqui: Republican Propaganda Machine Rolls On
David O'Brien: Second Thoughts on Ralph Nader
John Podesta/David Sirota: Late, Great Middle Class
Sheryl McCarthy: Angry Democrats Mix Despair with Hope
Denver Post: US Lags on Renewable Energy

Friday, September 3
Stephen Zunes: How Kerry's Foreign Policies Leave Him Vulnerable to Republican Attacks
William Pfaff: Terrorism is a Tool of a Greater Danger
Michael Moore: Why Democrats Shouldn't Be Scared
Jill Rachel Jacobs: Welcome to the First Annual Post Republican Convention Awards Ceremony
Rahul Mahajan: Notes on Bush's Speech to the Republican National Convention
Mark Engler: Republicans Among Us: A Week in Review from the Republican National Convention, Inside and Out
Derrick Jackson: A Plea for National Amnesia
David Corn: Bush: It's About Me and My Crusade
Matthew Rothschild: What Did John Kerry Ever Do to Zell Miller?
David Michael Green: My Dear John Letter to Senator McCain
Scott Lehigh: Bush: Saying Whatever it Takes to Get Elected
Vernon Johnson: Global Agenda Shifts in a New Era
Boston Globe: On the Streets: Police
Greg Palast: President Declares "Ownership Society"; Tells Convention He's Ordered Invasion of Social Security Trust Fund
Pierre Tristam: Iraq is the Latest Version of Lebanon
Dave Zweifel: Bush, Not Kerry, the Real Flip-Flopper

Thursday, September 2
Michael Moore: Don't Send More Kids to Die
Ira Chernus: Why Bush Said We Can't Win War on Terror
Timothy Garton Ash: The World Election: Europeans don't have a Vote in the United States - but Americans do care What We Think
Juan Gonzalez: No Labor of Love for Ruling Party Here
Lawrence Martin: Kosovo: Another Case of Mass Deception?
Hugh Pearson: Hitler was Decisive, Too
David Corn: The Bush Mob Orders Up a Hit
James Carroll: The Bush Crusade
Peter Phillips: Media Reform Needed for a Continuing Democracy
Abraham Gutmann: Vote-Pairing Solves Fuzzy Electoral Math
Michelle Chen: Spreading the Word: At St. Marks Church, a Protest Movement Wises up to Electoral Politics
Matthew Rothschild: John Kerry, Stranded on Nantucket
Doug Ireland: The GOP Convention: Back to the Future
Stephen Osborn: Brownshirts Dressed in Blue?
Sidney Blumenthal: Dubya Doesn't Do Nuance, Arnie Does - But Even He Lets His Slip Show

Wednesday, September 1
Virginia Hoffman: Blind Faith in Government
Tom Engelhardt: The I[raq] of the Storm: Voices from the Convention Floor
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg: Protest? What Protest?
John Nichols: The Man in Black Bloc
Michael Moore: The Ebert and McCain Show
Jeremy Seabrook: Powder Keg in the Slums
Norman Solomon: Rove's Brain and Media Manipulation
Robert Kuttner: Bush's Ruinous Economic Plans
Noam Chomsky: On the Differences Between Bush & Kerry
Margaret Krome: MoveOn.org Aims to Give Ordinary People a Voice
Bob Fitrakis: Gott Mit Uns: On Bush and Hitler's Rhetoric
Arianna Huffington: Bush In NYC: Watch Out, The 'Reformer With Results' Is Back
Floyd McKay: Anti-Kerry Smear Campaign Serves its Devious Purpose
Rhona Bennett: Olympics Have Become a Sham
Derrick Jackson: President Flip-Flop?
Matthew Rothschild: Rudy Gets Out the Hatchet

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