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March 2005

Thursday, March 31
Carolyn Eisenberg: Destiny Not in Iraqis' Hands
Norman Solomon: A Quarterly Report from Bush-Cheney Media Enterprises
Elana Berkowitz: Eyes on the Fries: Young People are Coming of Age in the Era of the McJob
David Swanson: Debt Slavery: What The Bankruptcy Bill Could Do To You
David Corn: Terri Schiavo Is Dead...and What Remains
Charlie Cray: Wolfowitz and the World Bank: Democratizer or Kleptocrat?
Stephen Zunes: Recognizing the Power of Nonviolent Action
Ted Rall: Who Lost Central Asia? U.S. Again Sides with Dictatorship over Democracy
Greg Silverman: Housing and Urban Destruction
Sheila Velazquez: Snow Job in Montana
Haroon Siddiqui: How Southeast Asia Views Bush's America
Guardian/UK: The Ends of the Earth
Dawn Baldwin: George Bush's Limited Definition of "Life"
Will Durst: Plug Me In
Martin Jacques: The Neocon Revolution

Wednesday, March 30
John Brown: Why World War IV Can't Sell
Scott Ritter: Sleepwalking to Disaster in Iran
Mokhiber/Weissman: Crush Corporate Crime
Jim Spencer: The Denver Three: Run-out Has Become a Runaround
Ruth Rosen: Old Women in the Cold
Joyce Marcel: Why I Don't Care About Terry Schiavo
Thom Hartmann: Terry Schiavo Could Save Millions of Young Women's Lives
Dean Paton: Making Terry Schiavo Important
Katrina vanden Heuvel: The Merchant of Baghdad
Bill Bradley: A Party Inverted
Ivan Eland: Three Strikes for Empire
Derrick Jackson: Charter Schools' Troubled Waters
Amitabh Pal: The Bush Administration Initiates an Arms Race
Robert Steinback: 'Servants' Defy Public Opinion
David Corn: John Bolton: Ally of CIA-linked Drugrunners
Robert Kuttner: Exposing Prolife Zealotry

Tuesday, March 29
Antonia Zerbisias: All-Out Coverage of Schiavo Wears Thin; No Real Look at Causes of Bulimia
Jeff Cohen: Schiavo Case: Media Pander to the Right
James Carroll: Spring's Mystery
Mira Ptacin: Revelations from an Insider: Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg on the Bush Administration, Civil Disobedience and the Eternal Fires of Hell
Ray McGovern: Needed: An Honest Intelligence Estimate on Iran
Mary Catherine Bateson: Composing a Life Story
Arianna Huffington: Schiavo Case Proves Dems are Starving for Leadership
Pierre Tristam: 'We Are America' For Sure, But on Borrowed Time?
Paul Krugman: What's Going On?
Robert Scheer: A Con Job by Pakistan's Pal, George Bush
Tom Barry: Homeland Security's Chertoff: No Friend of Immigrants
John Kampfner: In The Real World, Iraq Does Matter
Steven Laffoley: Chemotherapy for Cancer-Ridden Cows and Other Dark Adventures in Peace
Max Fraad Wolff: Reward and Punish

Monday, March 28
Jeremy Scahill: There Was No Checkpoint, There Was No Self-Defense
Naomi Jaffe: The Right and Left of the Right to Die
Marvin Gregory: Peak Oil Puts Us in a Different Reality
Danny Schechter: Will Truth Rise Again?
Mark Polit: Terri Schiavo: A Cause for the Left?
Ralph Nader: The Many Layers of the Terry Schiavo Controversy
Sonali Kolhatkar: Forgetting Afghanistan - Again
Christopher Kremmer: We're All Bunnies With These F-16s
Andrew Bacevich: Uncle Sam Wants You
Tom Engelhardt: Entries For a Devil’s Dictionary of the Bush Era
Jacqueline Marcus: Targeted by Conservatives for Teaching Philosophy
Neil Peirce: Don't Bankrupt Amtrak
Michael Mandelbaum: Even Costlier Oil Would Help US
Bob Herbert: Is No One Accountable?

Sunday, March 27
Antonia Zerbisias: US Networks Build Their Own Fortress America
Josie Byzek: The Terri Schiavo Debacle from a Progressive Disability Perspective
Dr. Rosa Maria Pegueros: Voodoo Economics ala Junior
Eric Margolis: Blair's Lost Political Mojo
Marty Jezer: Life, Death and Hypocrisy
RJ Eskow: Dear War Supporter: Since You Asked....
David Swanson: Teach-In on Iraq
Dave Rossie: Nation in a Persistent Torpid State
Lawrence Korb/Caroline Wadhams: US Should Set Example on Limiting Arms Exports
Dan Plesch: Tony Blair. You Are Charged With Leading Britain into an Illegal War... How Do You Plead?
Jon Seymour: On IMAX Corp's Response to Concerns About Theatre Programming
Lucinda Marshall: Military Pollution: The Quintessential Universal Soldier
Ramzy Baroud: Israel's 'Record Is Not Reassuring'

Saturday, March 26
Christopher Brauchli: Who's the Sucker? US Prepares to Sell F-16s to Pakistan
Jennifer Matsui: America's Most Wanted Desperate Housewife
Tariq Ali: We Must Take the Politics of the Anti-War Front Into the Electoral Arena
Molly Ivins: Mercury Rising
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Sweet Victory: Fairness at Georgetown
Oliver James: A Vote for Immortality
Mark Weisbrot: A Way To Make Us Poorer

Friday, March 25
Hubert Locke: It's Not Your Father's America Any More
Frank Rich: The God Racket, From DeMille to DeLay
Ritt Goldstein: Giuliana Sgrena Shooting: 'Payment' for Ransom?
Deborah Morse-Kahn: Hoping for Dignity when Angel of Death Arrives
Jerry Lanson: Far Too Quiet on the Homefront
Derrick Jackson: Hot Air and Global Warming
Oliver Sacks: Me and My Hybrid
The Nation: Democrats: MIA
Gary Ruskin/Juliet Schor: Every Nook and Cranny: The Dangerous Spread of Commercialized Culture
Tom Engelhardt: One-Way Planet
Dave Rossie: Oh, Canada... We stand On Guard, Also
Caroline Arnold: Virtual Popcorn, Astroturf & Reality
HDS Greenway: Afghanistan, the Poor Stepsister to Iraq
William Greider: Elite Protectionists
Frederic Mousseau/Anuradha Mittal: The Mirage of Development Through Trade
John Tully: The Darkness Has Come

Thursday, March 24
George McGovern: Patriotism Is Nonpartisan: Challenging a Mistaken War Can Take More Courage than Fighting One
Victoria Samson: Our Face to the World Needs Lifting
Jesse Jackson Sr: If It's Really A 'World' Bank, Then Let's Look South
Nathaniel Frank: Bush Team Theme -- 'We Were All Wrong'
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Cultural Barbarism: Halliburton Destroys Babylon
Norman Solomon: Little Reporting on Paranoia in High Places
Geov Parrish: Antiwar Activism: Closing the Credibility Gap
John Nichols: Bush Flunky Unfit to Lead UNICEF
John Dear: Oscar Romero, Presente!
Richard Higgins: The Martyr of El Salvador
Judy Ettenhofer: Congress Makes Mockery of Private, Dignified Death
Arianna Huffington: Paying The Price For Bush’s Retro Energy Policy
Sidney Blumenthal: A Confederacy of Shamans
Tom Reeves: Restore Haitian Democracy
Maureen Dowd: DeLay, Deny and Demagogue
Sheryl McCarthy: Cynical Games Can Mean Big Losses

Wednesday, March 23
Chuck Collins: War Should Be a Time of Sacrifice for Everyone
Jeremy Scahill: Iraq Checkpoint Killings Unchecked
Sasha Chavkin: Unmasking the Theocons
Ted Rall: Buck Up, The World Hates Us More Than Ever; Why the Left Was Right After All
Reva Rasmussen: When the GOP Wanted Less Intrusion and the Democrats Had Spine
Rahul Mahajan: Culture of Life or Culture of Living Death? From Terry Schiavo to Iraq
Heather Boushey: The Right to Live with Dignity
Stephan Smith: My Father, The Appalachian Iraqi
Robert Kuttner: Bush's Hawks Moving Up -- Or Out?
Jon Hinck: Drilling in the Arctic, Senator Ted Stevens & Depression
Lim Li Ching: Contamination by Experimental Genetically Engineered Crops Should Not be 'Found Acceptable'
Daniel Ellsberg: Daniel Ellsberg Statement on Vanunu
Robert Fisk: War's Effect Felt Across Mideast
Madison Capital Times: Wisconsin vs. the War
Molly Ivins: Fatuous Politicians Have No Business Here
Florida Today: Spying on Citizens: Law Enforcement Surveillance Chills the Precious Right to Speak Out

Tuesday, March 22
Michael Klare: The Energy Crunch to Come: Soaring Oil Profits, Declining Discoveries, and Danger Signs
James Carroll: If Kennan Had Prevailed
Pierre Tristam: Credit for Mideast 'Climate Change'
David Corn: Jeb Bush's Expert Undercuts DeLay et. al. on Schiavo...and W's Hypocrisy
Mary Johnson: No; It's Not About Terri Schiavo Anymore
Tristram Hunt: For Bush, Science is a Dirty Word
Robert Scheer: Life, Death and Cynical Grandstanding
John Nichols: Put Anti-War Referendum on Ballot
David Brooks: Masters of Sleaze
Sean Gonsalves: The Time of Our Visitation? The Power of Nonviolence
Jim Scharplaz: Biting the Land That Feeds Us
Bob Burnett: Two Years of Torture

Monday, March 21
Mike Farrell: An Indecent Administration Rolls On
Gary Younge: Two Years On, The Occupiers Justify the War by Embracing the Irrelevant and Ignoring the Inconvenient
Judith Krieger: Questioning Authority is our Patriotic Duty
Danny Schechter: Miscovering Anti-War Protests (Again)
Laura Flanders: It's Not About Terri Schiavo
Tom Turnipseed: Deja Vu: Parents in Charge, Tuition Grants, and Choice in Education
Thom Hartmann: Young People: The Key To Republican Single-Party Rule
Robert Jensen: The World is Waiting for an Answer: Are we Americans, or Human Beings?
Barbara Lee: A Nation Less Safe: Costs of Expensive Conflict Include Social Programs, Our Security, Thousands of Lives
Tom Teepen: Caught in Scam, Yet It's Brazen As Ever
John Sweeney: CAFTA: A Bad Deal on Free Trade

Sunday, March 20
Elizabeth Sullivan: Now Wolfowitz is Laughing All the Way to the World Bank
Bill McKibben: Christy Todd Whitman: When Courage Was Called For, She Punted
John Ed Pearce: Don't We Care Anymore?
Alan Taylor: Noam Chomsky... Still Furious at 76
Sondra Crosby: Lessons From My Pig Winnie
Ellis Henican: DeLay Hammers Home his Heartless Influence on Terri
Juan Cole: The Democracy Lie
Mark Weisbrot/Dean Baker: Let's Be Honest About Social Security
Marty Jezer: Two Years and Counting
Rob Richie/Steven Hill: How to Have Clean and Complete Voter Rolls
Fran Shor: Brain-Dead Ploys and Heartless Republicans

Saturday, March 19
Noreena Hertz: The Poodle and the Wolf: If He's Serious About Africa, Blair Must Oppose Bush's World Banker
Ray McGovern: The Intelligence Made Me Do It
Ralph Nader: Tom DeLay: Don't Resign
Frank Rich: Enron: Patron Saint of Bush's Fake News
David Callahan: The Missing Moral of the Steroids Story
Diana Barahona: Government Funds Color Press Group’s Objectivity
Christopher Brauchli: The Object of Torture is Torture
Mokhiber/Weissman: Global Bully Goes to Guatemala
Scott Klinger: The Cavernous Divide: More Billionaires, More Poverty
Michael Gelman: Dissenting Pilot Captures the True Spirit of Israel
Bob Burnett: Playing the Fear Card
Madison Capital Times: Baldwin - No Blank Check

Friday, March 18
Byron Williams : Do We Understand Equality? California Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage Moves Us One Step Closer to Fairness
Susan Van Haitsma: Instructions for Care: What Ashley Smith Reminded Us
Medea Benjamin: Reigniting the Anti-War Movement
Elana Berkowitz: They Say Tomato, Students Say Justice
Derrick Jackson : A Wilting Coalition
Caroline Moorehead: Mordechai Vanunu: A Victim of Israel's Nuclear Taboo
Katha Pollitt: Invisible Women
Paul Krugman: The Ugly American Bank
David Rossie: In Iraq, What Goes Around, Comes Around
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg: Dying in Iraq is Not a Job Opportunity
Aviva Lori: Who Shot Brian Avery?
Terry Tempest Williams: An Open Letter to Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska

Thursday, March 17
Mary Turck: Trail of Blood Leads from Colombia to US
Bill Quigley: The St. Patrick's Four and Resistance to the War in Iraq
Norman Solomon: Why Iraq Withdrawal Makes Sense
Dilip Hiro: Playing the Democracy Card: How America Furthers Its National Interests in the Middle East
Abhinav Aima: Green Imperialism: Wolfowitz, Wars and the Wearing Down of Sovereign States
Greg Palast: Secret U.S. Plans For Iraq's Oil
Arianna Huffingon: The Washington Establishment Fails Logic 101
Rhys Blakely: Behind the Neocon Nomination
Will Durst: Slogans: Good. Policy: Bad.
Stan Cox/John Exdell: Bring the Troops Home from Iraq -- ASAP
Tony Benn: Not Apathy, But Anger
Rob Zaleski: Fake News Revelation Creates a Bit of Hope
David Corn: Wolfowitz To Rule the World (Bank)
Seattle Times: Back off ANWR Drilling
Gary Bass/Adam Hughes: Rhetoric vs. Reality: A Closer Look at the President's Dedication to Results
Guardian/UK: Wolfowitz at the Door

Wednesday, March 16
Joel Connelly: The Arctic Refuge and Public Are About to Get Drilled
Jack Moseley: Iraq Turning Out To Be New Vietnam
Marjorie Heins: Indecency is in the Air
Ralph Nader: Filling the Congressional Cop-Out Gap: An Idea for Local Peace Activists
Andrés Martinez: Truth Is, Bush's Propaganda Hurts the U.S.
David Rossie: Bush Team Has Little to Fear From CBS Now
Molly Ivins: 'Purely Informational' Propaganda
Guy Reel: Who Outed Valerie Plame?
Jack Heyman: Defending Labor's Right to Protest the War
Robert Kuttner: Democrats Asleep at the Wheel
Andrew Murray: No Escape From the War
Richard Thieme: I Was a Victim of the KGB
Kathleen Beckett: We Still Haven't Learned Lesson of Activist's Death
Mokhiber/Weissman: The Internal Axis of Evil

Tuesday, March 15
John Nichols: The Trials of Tony Blair
James Carroll: Today's Lesson About the Ides of March
Pierre Tristam: Freedom Fable Ignores 'Party of God' as Mideast Spoiler
Chalmers Johnson: No Longer the "Lone" Superpower: Coming to Terms with China
Tom Turnipseed: A Scofflaw in the White House: Undermining Respect for Law
Paul Krugman: The $600 Billion Man
Andrew Christie: The Death of Environmentalism? Mr. Kristof's Kool-Aid
Robert Scheer: The Bankruptcy Bill: a Tutorial in Greed
David Corn: Karen Hughes: Bush's Spinner to the World
Christopher Cook: Plowing for Profits: US Agribusiness Eyes Iraq’s Fledgling Markets
William Hartung/Frida Berrigan: Militarization of U.S. Africa Policy: 2000 to 2005
Jeremy Rifkin: Chimeric Experimentation: Are You a Man or a Mouse?
Derrick Jackson: Gun Victims Need More Than Prayers

Monday, March 14
Naomi Klein: Brand USA is in Trouble, So Take a Lesson from Big Mac
Geovv Parrish: After Two Years, Americans Need to Demonstrate Against an Insane and Destructive War
Nancy Snow: The Propaganda Czar from Paris + Texas
Ralph Nader: Arnold Imitates Art
Karen Greenberg: The Courts and the War on Terror
Danusha Veronica Goska: Political Paralysis
Seth Sandronsky: Over 55 in U.S.? Get Back to Work!
Sheryl McCarthy: Echoes of the '60s: A Scuffle With Protesters
Jay Bookman: Bush Plan to Privatize Won't Pass
Christian Christensen: It's Official! "Iraq Coverage Wasn't Biased"

Sunday, March 13
Norman Solomon: This War Walks Among Us
Tom Fiedler: You Have a Right to Know What Your Government is Doing
Matthew Rothschild: Democratic Senators Cave on Bankruptcy Bill
Simona Sharoni: To End the War, Listen to Soldiers' War Stories
Eric Margolis: Arab Democracy Just an Illusion?
Robert Freeman: Social Security Reform: Stop the Stampede
John Sifton: GIs Against Torture
Cynthia Tucker: Bush Cheats Those He Owes
George Bachrach: Reform the Democrats With More Democracy
Dennis Roddy: Security Theater
Charlotte Grimes: Freedom of Information: When You Don't Know the Facts, You Can't Have Liberty
David Broder: A Bankrupt Senate Vote
David Benjamin: America’s Journey From "Dixiecrats" to "Rednecklicans"

Saturday, March 12
Deborah James: The Walking Zombie of the WTO
Bob Hepburn: Relaunching the Seal-Hunt Wars
Dave Lindorff: Happy Fantasies as the World Burns
Veronica Laveta: World Social Forum: Hope for the Disillusioned
Edward Markey: US Must Stop 'Outsourcing' Torture
Robert Higgs: Plus Ça Change . . . A Template for the U.S. War in Iraq

Friday, March 11
Naomi Klein: Can Democracy Survive Bush's Embrace?
Robert Byrd: A Cry for Freedom in the U.S. Senate
David Corn: When Dan Rather Tried To Hold a Bush Accountable
Sarah Clusen Buecher: A Plan for Iraq -- in Lebanon
Noam Chomsky: Elections Run by Same Guys Who Sell Toothpaste
Christina Kasica: Social Security Comfort Woven Throughout American Society
Karen Houppert: The New Face of Protest?
Murray MacAdam: A Canadian says, "The Last Straw: Boycott the US"
Dave Zirin: Indecent Proposal: Neo-McCarthyism Slugs Major League Baseball
Los Angeles Times: Torture by Proxy
Caroline Arnold: There is an Elephant in Our Living Room
Jules Witcover: The Unintended Consequences of Bush's War
Jack Smith: Minimum Wage: The Floor Has Holes In It
Helen Thomas: Bush Makes Wrong Choice for U.N.

Thursday, March 10
Norman Solomon: MoveOn.org: Making Peace with the War in Iraq
Thom Hartmann: Teresa Heinz Kerry - Hacking the "Mother Machine"?
John Nichols: Is Bush Ready for Real Democracy?
Joan Vennochi: An Embattled Antiwar Voice
Timothy Garton Ash: Our New Guernica
Tom Engelhardt: Which War Is This Anyway? Are We in World War IV?
Mokhiber/Weissman: A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action
Peter Hart: Rather Biased?
Amy Quinn: What Now For The Peace Movement?
Sydney Blumenthal: How an Americanist Devoted to Destroying International Alliances Became the US Envoy to the UN
Sheryl McCarthy: In U.S. World Policy, Women Lose Out
John Nelson: Firebombing Tokyo: Legacies of War and Memory
Jonathan Rowe: The 'We' in Social Security
Arianna Huffington: The Senate Opens Fire on US Consumers
Jay Bookman: Democracy's Spread Can't Be Timed
Igor Volsky: All the Good Torture Jobs Are Being Sent Overseas

Wednesday, March 9
Don Mills: The Price We're Paying For This War
Phyllis Bennis: Ten Questions the Senate Should Ask John Bolton at his Confirmation Hearing, But Probably Won't
Aaron Maté: In the Shadow of Aristide
Adm Jack Shanahan: If The War Were Just, Rumsfeld Would Be Right: Fight With What You Got
Stephanie Dray: Open, Despairing Letter to Senator Reid
Doug Ireland: John McCain, Hypocrite
Ted Rall: Capital Madness: The Slow Demise of Capital Punishment
Robert Fisk: Half a Million Gather for Pro-Syrian Rally to Defy Vision of US
Robert Kuttner: What Rise in Freedom?
Jesse Jackson Jr: Securing the Right to Vote as a Citizenship Right
Ritt Goldstein: 'Trigger-Happy' Troops or Attempted Assassination?
William Pfaff: After the Checkpoint Shooting
Phyllis Bennis: Ten Questions the Senate Should Ask John Bolton at his Confirmation Hearing, But Probably Won't
Leas, McLaughlin & Smith: Burlington Votes to Bring the Troops Home Now!
Matthew Rothschild: John Bolton, Neoconman
Scott Bontz: Virgin Atlantic's GlobalFlyer: Flight to Nowhere
Nicholas von Hoffman: A Son Marches Home, A Father Wonders Why
Ivan Eland: Ending the Death Penalty for Juveniles Is Not Enough

Tuesday, March 8
Ruth Conniff: An Israeli Refuser's Message for Peace
Antonia Zerbisias: Colleagues Under Fire But U.S. Media Mute
Mary-Ann Stephenson: Bush's America is Waging a Global Battle Against Women's Rights
James Carroll: The Dark Side of Secularism
Pierre Tristam: Greenspan's Taxing Plan
Mark Weisbrot: Haiti's Torment Ignored
Madison Capital Times: The Latest Iraq Horror
David Corn: Bush Gives the UN the Finger
Steven Laffoley: The Song of Roland Revisited
Russ Baker: Controversial 'Secret' Tapes Reveal Shocker: Bush Actually a Great Guy
Karen Dolan: Budget of Shame
William Thatcher Dowell: American Wahabbis and the Ten Commandments
Molly Ivins: Senior Lobby Hit By Attack Ads
Helen Thomas: No Order from Bush to Stop Torture
Robert Scheer: Social Security Ain't Broke, so Bush Is Obsessed With Fixing It

Monday, March 7
Richard Butler: Heavily Armed Duo in No Position to Lay Down Law On Proliferation
Victoria Covell: A 21st Century Feminine-ism
Dian Harrison: Women Worldwide Face Effects of Bush's Gag Rule
Haifa Zangana: Despite the Election, Ordinary Iraqis Face a Daily Struggle to Survive Attacks, Kidnappings and Killings
Dave Zweifel: Bankruptcy Bill is Congress' Shame
David Morris: George Bush's 'Ownership Society' Leaves Out the Things We Actually Own - Our Bodies, Our Privacy, Our Dignity, Our Bedrooms
Abhinav Aima: They Can March Too: Hezbollah and the Politics of Staged Protests
Harvey Wasserman: Senator Byrd is Correct to Equate Bush With Hitler
Andrew Christie: Edgar Derby's Dead
Gary Younge: Events in a Small Kansas Town Reflect the Close Links Between the Civil Rights Struggle and Gay Liberation
Leonard Pitts Jr: The Business of Executing Our Children

Sunday, March 6
Danny Schechter: The Passion of Giuliana Sgrena
Laura Flanders: Giuliana Shooting, Questions Raised
M. Shahid Alam: Global Disparities: Of People And Pets
Doug Ireland: N.Y. Times Has Really Bad Day On Torture, The Constitution, & Pentagon Mendacity
Martin Kaplan: Lizard-Brain TV
John Nichols: Roosevelt vs. Bush
John Aravosis: Sex, Lies and Spies: This Isn't News?
Peter Goldmark: No Deadlock on Global Warming Outside Beltway
Edward Cone: When the News is Literally the Party Line
Peter Phillips: Threshold Fears and Unanswered Questions About 9/11

Saturday, March 5
Michael Schwartz: "Going to War with the Army You Have"
Antonia Zerbisias: The 'Other' L-Word Has Become a Dirty One
Christopher Brauchli: Making the World Safe for Hypocrisy
Rick Wilson: Swift Boat and Social Security
Ralph Nader: Presidential Malpractice
Madison Capital Times: Media and Democracy
Judd Legum/Christy Harvey: Filibustering the Truth
Geoffrey Wheatcroft: Blair Still Took Us to War On a Lie
New York Times: The Bush Team's Abortion Misstep
Rob Zaleski: Voting Glitches Haunt Statistician
Seth Sandronsky: Selling Social Security Reform, Team Bush-Style
Allen Smith: False Hopes in Arctic Refuge

Friday, March 4
Lloyd Axworthy: Missile Counter-Attack: An Open Letter to U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
Walden Bello: Desperate Martians Now Wooing Venusians
John Cavanagh: Top 10 Reasons Why Paul Wolfowitz Would Make a Good World Bank President
Saul Landau/Farrah Hassen: The White House Stage Manages the “Get Syria” Move
Jonathan Chait: When Democrats Join the Dark Side:
Medea Benjamin/Caroline Kornfield: Let’s Learn from the Death of Mohammed Mossedegh
Bob Burnett: Bush's Brain "Blinks"
Ari Berman: Going Nowhere: The DLC Sputters to a Halt
Jim Hightower: The Iraq Election Backfired on Conservatives
Mokhiber/Weissman: 10 Ways to Save a Corporate Criminal
Andrew Greeley: Bush a Hypocrite to Lecture Putin
Ken Livingstone: This Is About Israel, Not Anti-Semitism
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg: Saving Pablo Paredes
Bill Fletcher Jr: If Syria Is Expected To Withdraw from Lebanon, Shouldn’t Israel Withdraw From the Occupied Territories?
Aryeh Neier: The AIDS Epidemic: US Ideologues Put Millions At Risk
Franklin Zimring: A Death Knell for the Death Penalty?
Matthew Rothschild: Fifteen Hundred

Thursday, March 3
George McGovern: Gonzo but Not Forgotten
Phillis Engelbert: Torture Endangers the Soul of Our Nation
John Nichols: Vermont Votes No to War
Jonathan Schell: A Less Super Superpower
Norman Solomon: TV Today: When Junk Interrupts Junk
Jonathan Zimmerman: The White House and World Opinion
Thom Hartmann: Moses Didn't Write The Constitution
Frank Rich: Gonzo Gone, Rather Going, Watergate Still Here
Molly Ivins: Republicans Vote Down Military Exemption to Bankruptcy Bill, Add Loopholes for Rich
Jonathan Power: Peter Benenson: A Shining Light for Human Rights
New York Times: Looking the Other Way
Arianna Huffington: A Tale of Two Leadership Styles
Mira Ptacin: Between Rock, Iraq and a Hard Place

Wednesday, March 2
Ray McGovern: Attacking Iran: I Know It Sounds Crazy, But...
Chris Kromm: Southern Strategies
David Corn: Negroponte's Sins...On Film
Meg O'Shaughnessy: Beyond the Definite Article: Stop War
Robert Steinback: Privatizing American Unity
Stephen Bede Scharper: Postcards From Post-Election America
Teresa Whitehurst: An Open Letter to Jamie Foxx: It Wasn't the Whippings, Jamie, It was the Love
Amitabh Pal: The Bush Administration's Self-Made Nuclear Dilemma
Adam Hochschild: A Monument to Denial
Leisa Faulkner Barnes: Haiti: A Cry for Help
Uwe Jacobs: Struggling with Our Own Inhumanity: The Price of Torture
Dave Zweifel: Peeved Wal-Mart Closing Quebec Store
Karen Horst Cobb: Left Behind and Right Ahead

Tuesday, March 1
James Carroll: The Grip of War
Commander Beth Coye: That Sinking Feeling Returns
Antonia Zerbisias: Why Are We Dumbing Down The News?
Nat Hentoff: Who Wants To Be a Torturer?
Pierre Tristam: Out of Context, Lists of Presumptive Triumphs in Iraq
Riane Eisler: The Personal is Still Political This International Women's Day
David Throgmorton: Taliban in Ties Instill Fear but not Loathing
Sheldon Drobny: Million Dollar Farce
Ira Kurzban: Haiti: A Bleak and Dismal Country One Year Later
Robert Scheer: The Force Bush Won't Use on Iran
Ruth Conniff: Wal-Mart Wins
Froma Harrop: Desperate Privatizers: A Stroll Down Hysteria Lane
Jonathan Lawson: Time To Retool the FCC for the Public's Interests
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Progressive Majority's Gloria Totten: She Has The Power
Paul Krugman: When It Comes to Privatization, Just Say No
Herb Levine: Disabling the ADA, One Nominee At a Time

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