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October 2005

Monday, October 31
James Carroll: Dance of the Demons
Paul Rogat Loeb: The Real Rosa Parks
Ruth Conniff: The White House's Bad Week
Laura Santina: Why Aren't the Democrats Screaming Bloody Murder?
Arianna Huffington: Russert Watch: The Comeback
Christopher Cooper: Won't You Help To Sing These Songs Of Freedom?
Norman Solomon: After the Libby Indictment, the Press Is Acquitting Itself
Neal Peirce: Katrina Keeps On Hurting
Joseph Nevins: From a Boundary of Death to One of Life
Max Hastings: We Need to Start Caring About Fish, or There Won't Be Any Left To Eat
Gary Younge: Bush is in Ethical Meltdown But All The Liberals Can Do is Gloat
Mark Weisbrot: Bernanke Could Face Serious Trouble
Timothy Karr: New Pub-casting Chief Completes Right-Wing Coup

Sunday, October 30
Rick Chamberlin: Let Us Honor Rosa Parks - By Shattering the Myths About Her
Elizabeth de la Vega: The White House Criminal Conspiracy
Haroon Saddiqui: Bush Administration as Dangerous Now as Before
Tom Maertens: U.S. Blunders Provoke Burgeoning Civil War
Joan Vennochi: Knocking on Cheney's Door
Tom Hayden: The Watergate Parallel
Dennis Roddy: When Religion is a Litmus Test
Jeremy Brecher/Brendan Smith: Prosecutor Should Dig Deeper
Peter Beaumont: Dangerous Bluster: The Iranian President's call for the destruction of Israel only benefits Israel

Saturday, October 29
Elizabeth de la Vega: Smoking Guns and Red Herrings: What To Expect from the Indictment
John Nichols: Patrick Fitzgerald: It's Not Over
Congressman Bernie Sanders: Stop Oil Company Price Gouging
Joseph Wilson: Our 27 Months of Hell
Scott Ritter: Indicting America
Minneapolis Star Tribune: One Indictment For a Thousand Crimes
Rosa Brooks: The 2,000 Dead Aren't The Only Victims
Sheldon Drobny: Fitzgerald Threw a Softball
Stephen Zunes: Karen Hughes' Indonesia Visit Underscores Bush Administration's PR Problems
Robert Kuttner: Bush's Imploding Presidency
Christopher Brauchli: Herewith a Primer on the Death Penalty
Matthew Rothschild: The Cabal's First Casualty: Scooter Libby Indicted, Resigns; Cheney in Trouble
Ralph Nader: Student Activism: PIRGs Have Led the Way

Friday, October 28
Medea Benjamin: Two Months Later, Katrina Survivors are Losing the Battle
James Moore: The Criminalization of Criminals
Liane Ellison Norman: Dems Can Revitalize Party
Norman Solomon: At the White House, the Spin Doctor Is Ill
Adele Horin: No Truth Or Justice In Doing It All The American Way
Celeste Zappala/Anne Roesler: Passing 2000
Jonathan Chait: Rove Unmasked
Missy Comley Beattie: Comrades in Disarming
Monica Benderman: In the Name of Justice
Dave Zirin: How Baseball Strip-Mines the Dominican Republic
Katha Pollitt: Madam President, Madam President
Studs Terkel: Nine Men In
Mark Levine: George and Bashar: Not Exactly Two Chips Off The Old Block
Anne-Marie Slaughter: Degrading Our Soldiers And Ourselves
RJ Eskow: Journalism Judy-Style at The Washington Post
David Rossie: Environmental Exploitation as National Policy

Thursday, October 27
Dylan Evans: The Loss of Utopia
Cindy Sheehan: If You Believe in What You Are Doing, Give Me Your Stiffest Sentence. If You Don't, Then Resign
Tom Engelhardt: Will the Bush Administration Implode?
Danny Schechter: Join Us In A "Show The War, Tell The Truth" Campaign
Laurie Beacham/Amber Hard: "North Country:" Important Lessons
Mokhiber/Weissman: Ford's Toxiclegacy.Com
Matthew Rothschild: The Dreadful 2,000 Mark
Christopher Barrett/Daniel Maxwell: They Profit While the Hungry Die
Stan Goff: Out of Iraq, Now
Glen Ford/Peter Gamble: The Battle for New Orleans: Only a Real Movement Can Win This War
Seattle Times: The Sacrifice of Others
Robert Koehler: Impeachable Offense: Why Must Justice for a Monumental Crime Grasp at Straws?

Wednesday, October 26
Kathy Kelly: For Whom They Toll
Cindy Sheehan: 2000, Why? Not One More
Ted Rall: Why Bush Is Unimpeachable
Arianna Huffington: Plamegate: Worse than Watergate
Jamie Wilson: Casualties of a War a World Away
Andrew Bard Schmookler: How Ruling Powers Distort Morality So That It Does Not Restrain Them
Robert Jensen: TV Images Don't Bring Change
Deborah James/Kevin Danaher: China: Time for Grassroots Diplomacy, Not WTO Expansion
Rosa Maria Pegueros: Rosa Parks, Precious Friend
Helen Thomas: Faith Should Be Personal, Not Presidential
Brenda Ekwurzel : Global Warming Strengthens Hurricanes
Derrick Jackson: Mocking Parks's Legacy

Tuesday, October 25
Medea Benjamin/Gayle Brandeis: 2000 Too Many
Juan Gonzalez: Her Act of Courage Changed a Nation
Bill Moyers: Finding Justice In Charity
Gordon Livingston: The Limits of Bush's Mind
Monica Benderman: The Game is Not Life
Ivan Eland: Critics on Iraq Policy Come Out of the Woodwork
Mark LeVine: Where Chaos Is King
John Nichols: What Rosa Parks Gave America
Russ Baker: Karl's New War
Mokhiber/Weissman: The Business Climate Hoax
Lawrence Wilkerson: The White House Cabal
Robert Day: Talk to Strangers and Stop On By
Robert Scheer: Gun Industry Buys Bulletproof Political Protection
Matthew Rothschild: When Will the Times Apologize?
Rep. John Conyers: Pre-Emptive War Against Patrick Fitzgerald

Monday, October 24
Jeff Cohen: Weaponsgate is a Media Scandal
Ira Chernus: Is Anyone Responsible for Iraq's Disaster?
James Carroll: Disasters We Can Prevent
Jay Bookman: GOP Politics As Usual Unacceptable
Missy Comley Beattie: Milli Vanilli in the White House
Norman Solomon: Iraq Is Not Vietnam. But...
Dave Zweifel: Bush's Lies are Coming Home to Roost
Amy Isaacs: Windfall Profits Tax Needed
Tanya Snyder: The ILEA: A New School of Assassins?
Michael Vatikiotis: Prepare For The Worst
Diane Farsetta: One Step Forward (But Two Back) in the Fight Against Fake News
Neal Peirce: Katrina's Harsh Land-Use Lesson

Sunday, October 23
Missy Comley Beattie: Crime Scene Investigation
Peter Stoett: Avoiding Global Bio-Apartheid
Clay Evans: Israel and Palestine and America
Haroon Siddiqui: Saddam Trial Won't Hide Bush's Historic Mistakes
Michael Valpy: Stephen Lewis: An Envoy on the Brink of No Return
Mark Borkowski: God, Iraq and the Power of the President's PR
John Nichols: A (True) Conservative Case for Exiting Iraq
Steve Weissman: Outing CIA Agents: Valerie Plame Meets Philip Agee
Scott Beckman: 10 Reasons Bill Moyers Should Be President

Saturday, October 22
Robert Kuttner: Desperation Deal at GM
Cindy Sheehan: They are Not Numbers
Peter Rothberg: The Invisible Earthquake
Molly Ivins: What to Do Now? Here Are a Few Ideas
Chip Pitts: A Constitutional Disaster
Drew Hamre: Columnist Tom Friedman Has the Glass-House Problem
John Jordan: Delphi's Message to Workers: Using Bankruptcy Court to Trim Labor Rights
Matthew Rothschild: A Foreign Policy of Free-Floating Belligerence
Ralph Nader: An Interview with Rev. William Sloane Coffin
Doug Ireland: New Republican Gag Rule for Non-Profits Set for Passage Next Week
Christopher Brauchli: US Soldiers Don't Get a Free Lunch Either

Friday, October 21
Susan Lenfestey: Miers and Bush: Pro-Death
Howard Zinn: It's Not up to the Court
Norman Solomon: Media at a Huge Crossroads, 25 Years After Reagan's Triumph
Lynn Woolsey: Exit Strategy? Honor Our Troops - Bring Them Home
Ray McGovern: Chickens Come Home to Roost on Cheney
David Sirota: Talking About Testicles and Toughness, Instead of Actually Having Those Things
James Moore: The Most Important Criminal Case in American History
Eric Alterman: Corrupt, Incompetent and 'Off Center'
Helen Thomas: Peace Prize Rebuffs U.S. Stand on War
Tom Engelhardt: Name That War
David Krieger: Awakening America - Before It's Too Late
Chuck Collins/Felice Yeskel: Inequality in America: Version 2.0

Thursday, October 20
Sharon Weiner: US Earthquake Assistance to Pakistan: Good Samaritan or Strategic Calculator?
Arianna Huffington: Memo to Bill Keller: The War in Iraq is Not a "Loose End"
Juan Gonzalez: Grandmas Knew Iraq Score Early
Mokhiber/Weissman: Bill Bennett, Bob Bennett and the Criminal Element
Senate Foreign Relations Hearing Transcript: Feingold to Rice: Finish Mission, Bring Troops Home
Jeremy Brecher/Brendan Smith: Attack Syria? Invade Iran? By What Constitution?
Samar Dahmash Jarrah: Letter To Karen Hughes: Why Your is Mission Doomed to Fail
Sidney Blumenthal: The Bush Nemesis: US Rightwingers Still Not Satisfied With President
Jim Fetzer: With Military Aid Response, Bush is Again Up To No Good
Robert Parry: Rise of the 'Patriotic Journalist'
Chip Pitts: Big Business and the Patriot Act
Dave Zirin: When Fists are Frozen: The Statue of Tommie Smith and John Carlos
Phillis Engelbert: Citizens Need to Develop Imaginative Ideas for Iraq Exit Strategy

Wednesday, October 19
David Sirota: What's the Difference Between a Liberal and a Progressive?
Larry Johnson: Dick Cheney's Covert Action
Joyce Marcel: Miller Time
Paul Rogat Loeb: Hard Questions About the Big Easy
Andrew Bard Schmookler: What America Needs Now: A Prophetic Social Movement that Speaks Moral Truth to Amoral Power
John Brown: What's WHIG all About? An Open Letter to Karen Hughes
Marie Cocco: Corporate Piracy Runs Amok
Derrick Jackson: As Goes General Motors
Robert Freeman: Fixing the US by Making the Chinese Into Debtors
Shepherd Bliss: Bioneers Offer Eco-Education to Thousands
Madison Capital Times: An Attack on American Girl

Tuesday, October 18
Ivan Eland: The Iraq Constitution: And They Call This Victory
George Monbiot: The Price of Cheap Beef: Disease, Deforestation, Slavery and Murder
Arianna Huffington: Judy Miller's Reporting: A Cancer on the New York Times?
Neal Peirce: Remembering 18.9-Cent Gas
John Buell: Moral Hysteria and the Persecution of Difference
Monica Benderman: From Chaos to Conscience to Peace
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: Why Can't the Left Face the Stolen Elections of 2004 & 2008?
Victoria Mares-Hershey: Distrust of U.N. Shows How Little We Remember
Joseph Nevins: Indonesian Atrocities & the US: 40 Years of Living Dangerously
Robert Scheer: New York Times' Misguided Crusade
Matthew Rothschild: Catholic High School Teacher Forced Out over Flag
Robert Crawford: The Tarnish of Torture
Lee Drutman: Miers And Roberts: A CEO's Dream Team

Monday, October 17
Jay Bookman: DC Press Co-Opted By War Lies
James Carroll: All God, All the Time
Norman Solomon: Judith Miller, the Fourth Estate and the Warfare State
Cindy Sheehan: Peaceful Day in Iraq
David Sirota: Partisan War Syndrome: The Left Falls Victim to a Debilitating Affliction
Dave Zweifel: Halliburton's New Low in Treachery
John Nichols: George Bush Gives Up
Ana Perez: US Must Stop Attacking Chávez
Beth Quinn: Crony in Charge of Protecting Us From Killer Flu
Jerry Lanson: All The News That's Fit To Spin?
Doug Soderstrom: The Mindless American: A Tragedy In The Making
Ray Kurzweil/Bill Joy: Recipe for Destruction: The 1918 Iinfluenza Virus is Even More Dangerous than an Atomic Bomb

Sunday, October 16
Arianna Huffington: TimesSelective: Judy-Culpa Raises More Questions Than It Answers
Cindy Sheehan: Supporting Hillary
Greg Mitchell: After 'NY Times' Probe: Keller Must Fire Miller, and Apologize to Readers
Rick Mercier: Army Recruitment Woes - and the Four-Letter Explanation
Jean Shinoda Bolen: Re-creating the Deadly 1918 Flu Virus: As Chilling as Resurrecting Dracula or Making Atomic Bomb
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Presidential Chat: Staging Democracy
Eric Margolis: Disease Tsunami
Garrison Keillor: DeLay Had Better Keep an Eye on His Friends
Clay Evans: Torture in the Name of Jesus
Marc Cooper: Minutemen, Grab Your Hoes and March North
Senator Edward Kennedy: America's Response to Avian Flu
Matthew Rothschild: Bush's Obscene Performance with Troops in Tikrit
Joseph Galloway: Prophetic Words: Armies are Easily Broken
Rupert Cornwell: Bush Has Dug Himself into a Hole, and He Just Can't Leave That Shovel Alone

Saturday, October 15
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Innocent Voices
Anthony Lewis: License to Torture
Alan Morse: Whose Good? Who's Evil?
Tom Turnipseed: Total Victory
Danny Schechter: Keeping the Light on Injustice
Derrick Jackson: Bush's Flim-Flam on Faith
Katha Pollitt: If Not Miers, Who?
Ralph Nader: Hurricane-Stricken Communities Can Give New Life to the Cooperative Movement
Christopher Brauchli: Things Pfc. Lynndie England Should Wonder About in Prison
Joyce Marcel: Bringing Horse Sense to Politics

Friday, October 14
Harold Pinter: Torture and Misery in the Name of Freedom
Jeremy Brecher/Brendan Smith: Which Will Harriet Miers Put First: The Constitution or President Bush?
William Greider: Squeezing the Have-Nots
Marilou Johanek: Greater Role for Military? Call Out the Posse (Comitatus)
Mark Morford: How To Endure Disaster Fatigue
Nick Turse: The Fallen Legion: Casualties of the Bush Administration
Gary Hart: The Art of Caring for Souls
Norman Solomon: What's Happening Out of Camera Range?
David Sirota: Bush Hacks Buried & Doctored Key Outsourcing Report Before 2004 Election
Eve Gittelson: A Plea: Give Us Hope, And We Will Win
John Buell: Nightmares and Dreams: The Auto in American Life
Dave Zirin: Tribute to August Wilson: Breaking Down Fences
Salim Lone: Taking Iraq Apart
Walter Cronkite: Idea for Democrats: Midterm Convention
Matthew Rothschild: George Mason Student Busted for Anti-Recruiting

Thursday, October 13
Jonathan Schell: How to Lose an Election
Jeremy Scahill: Mr. Bush Goes to Tikrit (Sort of)
Bill McKibben: What Part of "Global Warming" Do We Not Get?
Jeremy Rifkin: Suvivor's Guide to the Energy Crisis
Helena Cobban: In Iraq, A Rush Toward Democracy Could Trigger Civil War
Sidney Blumenthal: Uranium Fallout: Coverage of the Plame Affair has been Tainted by the Press's Cozy Duet with the White House
Clarisse Profilet: The Young Chickenhawks
Gayle Brandeis: Days of Awe
David Michael Green: Welcome To My World
Abigail Fuller/Neil Wollman: Should the U.S. Withdraw? Let the Iraqi People Decide
Matthew Rothschild: Miers and the Right
Diane Farsetta: The Emperor Doesn't Disclose: Why The Fight Against Fake News Continue

Wednesday, October 12
Tom Hayden: What Iraqis Really Think About The Occupation
Arianna Huffington: 2008: Will Al Gore be the Anti-Hillary?
Ted Rall: Giving Democracy The Bird
Tariq Ali: Pakistan Will Not Forget
Katrina vanden Heuvel: What's the Matter With 'What's the Matter With Kansas?'
Derrick Jackson: A Blind Eye to Gender Bias
Rebecca Solnit: Three From Out of the Blue - Surprises of 2005 (So Far)
Van Jones: Dellums - Return of a Real Hero For Black America
Robert Steinback: Character' Vanishes From Public Discourse
Madison Capital Times: Not Enough Opposition
Bonnie Erbe: Neocons Upfront With Sexism
Patricia Lynn: Don't Be Duped by Bottled Water

Tuesday, October 11
Bill Quigley: New Orleans: Leaving the Poor Behind Again!
Arianna Huffington: Clueless in Phoenix
Bill Willers: Breaking the Bank: The Rightwing Road to America's Privatized Future
Molly Ivins: GOP Stands Up For U.S. Right to Torture
Ed Garvey: Pension Programs Must Be Funded
John Nichols: Anti-Bush in the Afterlife
Thomas Oliphant: Bush Suddenly Wakes Up To Threat of Avian Flu
James Ross: Shine Life on Dark Stain of U.S. Prisoner Abuse
Tristram Hunt: No Place For Propaganda
Pierre Tristam: Pondering The New Yorker
Alice Slater: There's No Such Thing as a Peaceful Nuke
Timothy Karr: Our Snake Oil President
Robert Scheer: Right's Got the Wrong Objections to Miers

Monday, October 10
James Carroll: The Labyrinth of Iraq
Kitty Kelley: Bush's Veil Over History
Cindy Sheehan: I Have Arrived; I Am Home
Doris 'Granny D' Haddock: 'We Are Resolved to Follow Our National Dream'
Norman Solomon: "The War on Terror" in Translation
Michele Bollinger: Defend Abortion Rights: Stop Harriet Miers
David Morris: Carter's Brave Vision on Energy
Eduardo Galeano: On Columbus Day
Joseph Galloway: Are We on Course or Trapped in a Swamp?
Robert Kimbrough: War in Iraq is Really All About Soil and Oil
Peter Preston: Suffering the Wrath of Gods

Friday, October 7
Bill Moyers: How Do We Cover Penguins and the Politics of Denial?
Jesse Jackson Jr: What Liberals Don't Get About Supreme Court Nominees
Julian Borger: How Born-Again George Became a Man on a Mission
Caroline Arnold: Pros and Cons, and Our National Agenda
Mike Davis: The Other Hurricane: Has the Age of Chaos Begun?
Cindy Sheehan: From Despair to Hope
October Cullum Frost: The Danger is Still Very Near
Beth Crawford: Pink Ribbons: Fight for the CAUSE...and the CURE
Larry Johnson: The Plame Case: How About Focusing on the Real Issues?
Minneapolis Star Tribune: Cold War II? That's Bush's View on Iraq
Davd Zirin: The Meeting That Never Was: Pat Tillman and Noam Chomsky
Thomas Oliphant: Bush's Falling Poll Numbers
John Nichols: A Mess of George Bush's Own Making
Laurie Garrett: A $3.9-Billion First Strike
Vermont Guardian: Vermont to Leahy: Mess with Texas

Thursday, October 6
Al Gore: American Democracy in Trouble: The Strangeness of our Public Discourse
David Sirota: Dems' Strategy on Iraq: Hit the Gas When You Can See the Cliff Up Ahead
Nina Evers: A Nation Buffeted by Loss Seeks to Find its Voice
Robert Reich: Miers and the Economy
Warwick Sabin: Waiting for Fulbright
John Brown: Karen Hughes: A Failed Public Diplomat
Peggy Fry: Shame On Them, Shame On Us
Charlie Cray: Crony Contractors Clean Up On Katrina
Ted Nace: The Question Nobody's Asking Bush's Nominees
Juan Gonzalez: Slain Puerto Rican Rebel Didn't Have to Die
Matthew Rothschild: Wal-Mart Turns in Student's Anti-Bush Photo, Secret Service Investigates Him
Scott Parkin: Dissent Isn't Taken Lightly Down Under
Phil Campbell: The NYT's Pay-Per-Read Ghetto
Nicholas Von Hoffman: Pop Goes the Real Estate Bubble

Wednesday, October 5
David Michael Green: Their God Is Bigger Than Our God
Robert Bartos: An Unrealistic Mission in Iraq
Molly Ivins: Christian Soldier on the High Court
Ira Chernus: Beyond the (In)Security State
Stephen Zunes: Arrogance in the Face of Disaster
Harvey Wasserman: Will Harriet Miers Vote to Overturn Bush's Conspiracy Conviction?
Norton Nowlin: Let's End the Bloodshed: Bring Our Loved Ones Home
Nicole Dubowitz: Passion of the Crowd Made Rally a Success
Katrina vanden Heuvel: 'Are You Going to Provide $5 Million for The Nation?': An open letter to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Earl Ofari Hutchinson: Bennett Put his Mouth Where His Party Is

Tuesday, October 4
Jesse Jackson: Eased Out of the Big Easy
Cindy Sheehan: War-Hawk Republicans and Anti-War Democrats: What's the Difference?
Robert Fisk: How The World Was Duped: The Race To Invade Iraq
John MacArthur: Bolton's Schoolyard-Level Diplomacy
Ruth Conniff: Clinton Redux
Mark Sorkin: Bill Bennett's Abortion Fantasies
Matthew Rothschild: A Crony for the Court
Joseph Galloway: Prisoner Abuse: Investigation Aims Far Too Low
Marie Cocco: Nominee is Just Another Bush Crony
Mokhiber/Weissman: A Flood of Fraud
Deborah James: World Social Forum, Venezuela: Another World Is Possible
Pierre Tristam: Passionate About our Racism, Americans Adroit at its Export

Monday, October 3
David Sirota: Dems' Non-Ideological Case Against Harriet Miers
Steve Cobble: Dems/Iraq = Bush/Vietnam = AWOL
Gary Younge: If Progressives Can Win in Utah, They Can Win Anywhere
Juan Cole: Bush Dunnit
Tom Engelhardt: Last One to Leave, Please Turn On the Lights
Holly Sklar: Growing Gulf Between Rich and Rest of US
Daniel Benjamin/Steven Simon: How Not to Win the War on Terror
Joseph Palermo: Death By A Thousand Cuts (We Can Only Hope)
Jay Bookman: Fool Shortage? Unfortunately, Not in Georgia
Matthew Rothschild: Republicans Endanger the Endangered Species Act
Dave Zweifel: DeLay Relying on a Campaign of Lies
Blase Bonpane: The Demonstrations

Sunday, October 2,
Dennis Roddy: Power Outage
Will Hutton: Something Stinks in America
Clive Stafford Smith: Gitmo's Hunger Strikers
Lenore Skenazy: Turning a Deaf Ear: Hughes Seems Clueless on a Listening Tour of Middle East
William Pfaff: The Falklands: A Lesson for America in Iraq
Scott Ritter: The Last Thing Iraq Needs Now is the Passing of its Draft Constitution
Carl Pope: Preparing for Global Warming
John Aloysius Farrell: Translator Caught in Web

Saturday, October 1
Arianna Huffington: Who is Judy Miller Kidding?
Rose Russell: Foreign Women Refuse to Ignore War
Ray McGovern: Rogue Soldiers or Rogue President? Scapegoating Small-Fry
John Nichols: Indicting the President's Policies
Steven Laffoley: Highway 61 Revisited: America at the Crossroads, Still
Ralph Nader: Dems: Seriously Hapless
Christopher Brauchli: When Cronyism Substitutes for Competence
Rosa Brooks: The Dark Side of Faith
Minneapolis Star Tribune: Dylan: His Songs Still Hit Home
Robert Kuttner: The Post-Katrina Leadership Gap




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