Common Dreams NewsCenter

  

 Home | NewswireAbout Us | Donate | Sign-Up | Archives

 
NewsCenter > Views Archive > October 2002   

 

  

  
  

October 2002

Thursday, October 31
Bill C. Davis: As If It Matters
David Corn: Why the Anti-War Movement Should Steer Clear of International ANSWER
Ruth Rosen: Secrets and Lies
Ralph Nader: Open Letter to the Democratic Party
Matthew Miller: If He Was 'Too Liberal,' We Should Be Embarrassed
Mark Weisbrot: Election-Year Politics and the Road to War
Lee Drutman: Still Needed: Corporate Reform
William Pfaff: The Never-Ending War on Terror

Wednesday, October 30
Paul Foot: The People Must Protest
Jon Carroll: Lies, Damned Lies and Ongoing Dread
Boulder Daily Camera: Voices of Protest: Anti-War Demonstrations Reflect a Wider Unease
Robert Kuttner: Democrats Aren't Seizing the Moment

Tuesday, October 29
James Carroll: Wanton Cruelty
John Nichols: Bob Dylan, Dick Cheney and Paul Wellstone
Pam Costain: A Guy Who Made Us Believe in Politics and Politicians
Norman Solomon: Branding New and Improved Wars
Robert Scheer: War Hero McGovern Still Stands for the Courage to Fight for Peace
Molly Ivins: This Country, This System, This Election: All Fixable, and It's Up to You
Sean Gonsalves: Military Training and Violence
Paul Krugman: For the People
William Greider: Change the Leadership

Monday, October 28
Harvey Wasserman: Replacing the Irreplaceable Paul Wellstone
Heather Wokusch: Terrorist Training, American Style
Susan Goering: Citizens Must Fight Attacks on Our Rights
Andrew Manis: Memo to the Peace Movement
John MacArthur: Sounds Fishy, Mr. President: To Drum Up Rage Against Iraq, Bush Senior and Junior Have Been Known to Tell Tall Tales
Robert Jensen: Bush's Lies and Simple Truths
Salim Muwakkil: Michael Moore's Comic Relief on America's Affair With Guns
Seth Sandronsky: Is The World Over A Barrel?
Diane Carman: Protest Provides Echoes of Vietnam
William Arkin: The Secret War: The Defense Department is Dramatically Expanding Its 'Black World' of Covert Operations

Saturday, October 26
John Nichols: Paul Wellstone, 1944-2002: An Appreciation
Jillian Jonas: Wellstone - Man of the People
Geov Parrish: The Lost Heart: Life is Short -- Be for Something
Matthew Rothschild: A Eulogy: Wellstone, Unabashed Liberal
Bill Holm: A Liberal With a Wrestler's Stance
William Pfaff: America's Global Hegemony: No One Elected Bush to Attack Iraq
Bruce Mulkey: Take Responsibility, Take Action and Help Change the World
Christopher Brauchli: Here's an Idea: Fight Terrorism by Saving Lives

Friday, October 25
Dennis Rahkonen: Paul Wellstone Lives!
Arianna Huffington: Paul Wellstone: America Loses A Bold Leader
Jeremy Rifkin: Is Big Oil Lubricating War Drive?
Noelle Damico: The Voices of Conscience Must Be Heard on Iraq
Hubert Locke: Bush White House Shows No Respect for 'Opinions of Mankind'
Molly Ivins: The Red Queen Program
Thom Hartmann: Madison’s Ghost on The Intoxicated Presidency – and its Corporate Support Group
Paul Krugman: Dead Parrot Society
Michelle Ciarrocca: The United States and North Korea: Few Kind Words, Lots of 'Guns'
Duncan Campbell: The Other Side of America

Thursday, October 24
Jeremy Scahill: Extra! Extra! Dozens Protest in Iraq
Norman Solomon: Sniping Frenzy Bumps Off Politics
Antonia Zerbisias: Shooting Messenger Diminishes Truth
Marty Jezer: Protest is Patriotic
Sam Smith: Whose Left is It Anyway?
Boulder Daily Camera: Muddy Road to War: Bush's Statements on Iraq Remain Confusing

Wednesday, October 23
Giles Fraser: Never Trust a Christian Cowboy
Peter Smith: 'We' and War
Lynn Landes: Pharmaceuticals, Pesticides, and Radiation Cause Breast Cancer... While Wealthy Non-Profits and Feds Protect Industry
Harvey Wasserman: The Imminent Death of American Democracy, Starting in Missouri
Lawrence Pintak: Bush, Bali & the Beirut Connection: Deja vu All Over Again
Robert Kuttner: War Protests, Then and Now
Daniel Ellsberg: The Shame of the Politicians

Tuesday, October 22
Pierre Tristam: The Art of Distorting a Sniper's Mayhem
Felicity Arbuthnot: Iraq Is On the Mend: Will It Be Allowed to Slowly Recover and Convalesce, or Will the Life Support Machine Be Switched Off?
Paul Krugman: It's Back to Business - Insider Business - As Usual
Harry Wolf: Don't Worry, Osama, You'll Get Your War
Arianna Huffington: This Is Oil -- This Is a No-Brainer on Oil
Alan Gilbert: Condoleezza Rice and the President Have Lost Their Way
Patricia Zimmermann: Blasting War
Robert Scheer: White House Spins Out on an Axis of Evil

Monday, October 21
Bob Keeler: US Loses Moral Ground on Land Mine Ban
Miriam Pemberton: War Fever Weakens Ailing Economy
Brian Halweil/Bob Scowcroft: Organic Foods' New Day
John Liechty: Trust Your Nose
Salim Muwakkil: Fooled by Stereotypes of Superpredators
Geov Parrish: The Empire's Soft Underbelly: Before Bush Plays Wargames, He Should Look at the Most Recent Wargames Results
John Borowski: Commercialism in a Can
Robert Rotberg: Why Stop with Iraq? It Seems Only Resource-Rich States are Subject to US Policing

Sunday, October 20
Ed Vulliamy: Dissent is Coming From All Quarters - Even in Bush's Own Church
Maureen Dowd: The Soufflé Doctrine
Robert Jensen: Citizens as Soldiers, Citizens as Prey
Leah Wells: U.S., Iraqi Students Exchange Letters of Peace
Eric Margolis: West Overestimates al-Qaida's Reach
Stephen Privett: On Going to War: Moral Reflections on an Impending War
Dick Meyer: Homeland Security Dept. R.I.P.!

Saturday, October 19
Mokhiber/Weissman: Bowling for Baghdad
Alan Morse: Add Me to Your Lists, Mr Bush
Diana Abu-Jaber: Notes on War and Peace
Tamim Ansary: A War Won't End Terrorism
Rev. Jan Linn et al: Falwell and His 'Christian Right' Have It Wrong
Tom Turnipseed: October Surprises
Mark Shields: The Paul Douglas Brigade

Friday, October 18
William Hartung: Proliferation, Not Iraq, Is the Issue
Norman Solomon: Polls -- When Measuring Is Manipulating
Anthony Aman: Pax Americana?
Paul Krugman: Springtime for Hitler
Mike Thomas: A Parent Asks: Why Was Jeb Not at Noelle's Hearing?
Stephen Zunes: Carter's Less-Known Legacy
Tom Teepen: Christian Right Too Eager for Armageddon

Thursday, October 17
James Carroll: Threshold of a New Era
Woody Harrelson: I'm an American Tired of American Lies
Leah Wells: The Silent War: Iraq’s Women and Children are Casualties Amid Economic Sanctions
Molly Ivins: Carter's Nobel and a Low for Trash-Talkin'
Floyd McKay: Asian Nations Don't Want to Live in Fear...of US
Margaret Krome: Viet Vet Still Struggles with Aftermath of War
Mary McGrory: Mistaken Patriots
Seth Sandronsky: National Security and Economic Insecurity
Mark Weisbrot: Venezuelan Democracy Under Siege

Wednesday, October 16
Paul Rogat Loeb: Making Our Voice Heard: Hope for the Peace Movement Even After the Congressional Vote
Heather Wokusch: Killing the Political Animal: CIA Psychological Operations and Us
Huck Gutman: Abracadabra, Why Iraq! Because of Economic Decline in Bush Country
Ramzi Kysia: The Iraq Peace Team - 'Good' Americans in Iraq
Pierre Tristam: To War With Speed of Demons and Lie of 'Liberation' on the Lips
Helen Thomas: Don't Give Bush Imperial Presidency
Robert Kuttner: A More Effective Ultimatum to Iraq
Maggie Downs: A Little Girl Taught Us a Lesson About Peace: Have We Forgotten It?

Tuesday, October 15
Jeremy Scahill: Bush Corleone: "Saddam Hussein Sleeps With the Fishes"
Susan Thistlethwaite: 'Just War' or Is It Just a War?
Jonathan Freedland: Bali Proves That America's War on Terror Isn't Working
Paul Krugman: Still Living Dangerously
Robert Steinback: Dissenting Still a Right

Monday, October 14
Salim Muwakkil: Get Ready for Bleak Life During Wartime
Jules Witcover: Democrats Display Weakness by Bowing to Bush
Antonia Zerbisias: Tail Wags the Dog, Rolls It Over: U.S. Media March to Beat of White House War Drum
Holly Burkhalter : POW Atrocities: An Ugly Lesson
Robert Fisk: This Crime Proves None of Us Are Safe - And Britons May Well Be the Next Targets

Friday, October 11
Thom Hartmann: The Dinosaur War – To Protect Corporate Profits
Danaher, Lewis & Mark: The Folly of Pre-emptive War
Liza Featherstone: Peace Gets a Chance
Eli Beckerman: An Open Letter To Robert Byrd
Devin Nordberg: Critics of Bush and Cheney May Be Too Generous
Nicholas Kristof: Revolving-Door Monsters
Mike Klein: Does US Want to be Branded as a Rogue State?

Thursday, October 10
Jill Raymond: Let New American Dream End Our Listless Slumber
Jeremy Rifkin: The US Must Follow Europe's Lead and Turn Its Back on Oil
Sheryl McCarthy: Congress Wraps in Flag, Turns Back on Country
Norman Solomon: Democrats Playing Catch-Up in Media War
John Buell: Onward Christian Soldiers: The March to War
Wayne Grytting: Iraq and the Boys Who Cried "Wolf"
David Corn: CIA Intelligence Refutes Bush's War Rhetoric
Helen Caldicott: Medical Consequences of Attacking Iraq
Ralph Nader: Whirlwind Wheelchair International

Wednesday, October 9
Harvey Wasserman: In the 2002 Election, The Issue is Unchecked Power
Institute for Public Accuracy: Detailed Analysis of October 7 Speech by Bush on Iraq
Huck Gutman: America’s New Policy of Preemption, and the World Economy
Robert Fisk: What the US President Wants Us To Forget
Peggy Orenstein: Marketing Hypocrisy and Breast Cancer
Richard Norton-Taylor: This Marks the Death of Deterrence
Molly Ivins: Surprise! Real Corporate Reform Isn't Happening
US Senator Robert Byrd: War Debate: We are Giving to the President of the United States a Blank Check
Robert Kuttner: What Will War Do To The Economy?
John Nichols: Robert Byrd Chastises White House, Democrats...

Tuesday, October 8
Robert Jensen: Bush's Leaps of Illogic Don't Answer People's Questions About War
Robert Scheer: Truth on Iraq Seeps Through
Michael Klare: Beware Perilous Chain Reaction
Loraine Kohorn: The President Resorts to Telemarketing
James Carroll: Sen. Ted Kennedy: Antiwar Then, Antiwar Now
Alexander Hooke: If We Back War, Where's the Enlistment?
George Monbiot: Inspection as Invasion: The US Has Been Seeking to Prevent a Resolution of the Iraq Crisis for the Past Eight Years
Arianna Huffington: Why Is No One Talking About Casualties?

Monday, October 7
Salim Muwakkil: Foes of Policy on Iraq Finally Coming to Life
John MacArthur: Why Wish This On Anyone? US Leaders Might Not Be So Hot for War If They'd Lived Through It
Scott Ritter: Help Us to Stop the War: As a US Republican, I Reject George Bush's Illegal and Unconstitutional Plan to Attack Iraq
William Pfaff: Anti-Americanism in Europe: The Bush Response Only Aggravates the Problem
Rahul Mahajan: The Other "Good War:" Afghanistan One Year Later

Friday, October 4
Matthew Levinger: US Invasion of Iraq Would Play Into Bin Laden's Hands
Hartung, Berrigan & Ciarrocca: Operation Endless Deployment
Martin Woollacott: The Debate About Iraq is Phony - The Decision Has Been Made
Nicholas Kristof: The Stones of Baghdad
Marty Jezer: The Wrong and Right Side of History
Robert Fisk: NATO Used the Same Old Trick When It Made Milosevic an Offer He Could Only Refuse
Bruce Cole: The Hinges of History

Thursday, October 3
David Corn: Now, It's Gephardt's War, Too
St Louis Post-Dispatch: Gephardt Caves
Molly Ivins: Perils of Capitalism? Think Water Distribution
Norman Solomon: Drown Out Drums of War with the Sound of Dialogue
Paul Findley: Don't Give Bush War Powers
Joe Klein: Democrats Can't Duck This Fundamental Shift in Policy
Ralph Nader: Holding Political Candidates' Feet to the Fire on Corporate Crime
Haroon Siddiqui: Roadblocks Slow Bush Juggernaut

Wednesday, October 2
Derrick Jackson: No Faith in Bush's War on Iraq
Michelle Kinnucan: An Open Letter to the United Nations Security Council
Mark Engler: From the Quarantine Against Greed: Outside the 2002 Annual Meetings of the IMF/World Bank in Washington, DC
Rick Stahlhut: Considering Motives for Gulf War II
Robert Kuttner: Janitors Flex Their Muscle
Madison Capital Times: Wisconsin Votes 'No!' to War
Joseph Stiglitz: White House Economic Policies Are Bankrupt

Tuesday, October 1
Robert Scheer: The Sun Can't Set on This Empire Too Soon
Antonia Zerbisias: American Media Keep the Liberals Invisible
Victoria Mares-Hershey: Hawaii's Patsy Mink Was Brave and Bold
Sean Gonsalves: We Are Not All Guilty. But We Are All Responsible
James Carroll: The President's Nuclear Threat
Matthew Engel: Supremes Set to Convene: A Law Unto Themselves
Robert Fisk: Roll Call of 322 Children Killed in the Intifada
Arianna Huffington: The White House On Iraq: We Don't Need No Stinkin' Proof!...

Archives

  

 

FAIR USE NOTICE: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in our efforts to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. For more information go to: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner.

Common Dreams NewsCenter
A non-profit news service providing breaking news & views for the progressive community.
 Home | NewswireAbout Us | Donate | Sign-Up | Archives

© Copyrighted 1997-2008
www.commondreams.org