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May 2007

Thursday, May 31
Kathy Kelly: Being Hope
Sarah Anderson: Mr. Hardball Goes to the World Bank
Scott Ritter: Repudiation, Not Impeachment
Alfie Kohn: NCLB: 'Too Destructive To Salvage'
Jeff Cohen: Are Media Out to Get John Edwards?
Corporate Crime Reporter: Zheng Xiaoyu Meet Lester Crawford
Robert Weissman: Well, At Least He's Not A War Criminal*
Marie Cocco: Gore and Sheehan Join Forces
Danny Glover/Nicole Lee: Poverty Scavengers
John Young: Welcome to The Supposeum
Ahmad Samih Khalidi: Internal Conflict and Paralysis Is Corroding Our Credibility
Jim Minick: The Value of Boosting Our Miles Per Gallon
Kay Lucas: We Must All Recognize The 'Leader' Within Ourselves
Neil Watkins: Will Vultures Be Allowed to Undermine the G-8 Summit?
Dominick DellaSala: Bush Bureaucrats Rewrote Owl Plan


Wednesday, May 30

Amy Goodman: CBS Silences General Dissent
Ted Rall: Mission Accomplished: Funding Battle Highlights American Embrace of Moronitude
Joyce Marcel: On Cindy Sheehan
Robert Borosage: Ending A Failed Occupation
Bart Jones: Hugo Chavez Versus RCTV
John Nichols: Cindy Sheehan Calls It Quits
Pierre Tristam: What Is Required of Us To Be Loyal, Patriotic Americans?
Garrison Keillor: Telling Lies Over Good Soldiers' Graves
Katrina Vanden Heuvel: Killing Silent Spring
Ralph Nader: Taming the Giant Corporation
Danny Schechter: A Letter To Cindy Sheehan: Darkness Comes Just Before Dawn
Dean Baker/Mary Beth Maxwell: Human Rights at the Workplace
Mark Morford: Bush Declares Self 'Mega Decider'
Floyd McKay: Profiles In Candor: Carter, Gore Dare To Speak Out
Robert Naiman: Cindy, Guess Who Voted No on the War? A Peace Tax Pledge
Jacob Boas: What Erasmus Knew (And We Didn't)
Jonathan Freedland: The Internet Will Revolutionise The Very Meaning of Politics
Robert Scheer: Welcome to Grandpa's World, Baby Cheney

Tuesday, May 29

Thom Hartmann: The Republican Plan For 2008 Begins Today
Cindy Sheehan: Good Riddance Attention Whore
Olga Bonfiglio: Calling All Warriors for Peace
Tom Engelhardt: Wonders of The Imperial World
James Carroll: Sacrifice, Pain, and Grief
Steve Ettlinger: From a Chinese Oil Refinery To Your Twinkie
Teresa Stack/Jack Fowler: Magazines Feeling Postal Pinch
Harvey Wasserman: To Save The Earth, Are YOU a Solartopian?
Barbara Miller: Done Deal
Ashifa Kassam: South Americans Wage Battle Against Economic World Order
Heather Wokush: Poisoning the Troops, Again
Paul Krugman: Trust and Betrayal
David Cates: Our Feelings Are The Key To Why We Went To War
John Nichols: Fighting for Democracy on Memorial Day
Bill Quigley: "Less Meeting, More Fighting!"
Joshua Kors: How Specialist Town Lost His BenefitsSunday, May 27
Rebecca Clarren: Rachel Carson's Alarm Still Echoes
Frank Rich: Operation Freedom From Iraqis
Laura Carlsen: NAFTA: Kicked Up a Notch
Paul McLeary: Fear-Mongering and Fiction: Cheney Addresses West Point Grads
Elizabeth Sullivan: With More People Coming, U.S. Needs A PlanSaturday, May 26
Sean Gonsalves: 'Fill The Jails', Part II
Ann McFeatters: Iraq Refugees Find No Refuge In America
James Ridgeway: Attention Immigrants: Thanks for Your Hard Work. Now Leave.
Steven Weber: Truth and Automats
Derrick Jackson: Optimism In The Hate Crimes Debate
Yvonne Roberts: Throw A Pebble At Goliath: Don't Buy Israeli Produce
David Corn: The Dems' Self-Defeat on the Irar War Vote
Stephen Lendman: Memorial and Veterans Day Hypocrisy
Christopher Brauchli: Strange Bedfellows
Stephen Glain: Exodus
Robert Fisk: Innocent Victims Caught Up In A War Of Endless Revenge

Friday, May 25

Michael Parenti: Globalization and Democracy: Some Basics
Rosa Brooks: The Good, The Bad and The Prosecuted
Olga Bonfiglio: A Memorial Day Reflection
Donna Smith: The Moon and the Sun Over Miami
John Stauber: Democratic Spin Won't End the War in Iraq
David Sirota: We Gave Them Our Hearts, They Gave Him A Blank Check
Robert Naiman: Are "Democrats" Afraid to Cut War Funding, or Pretending to Be Afraid?
Antonia Zerbisias: Pundit Defines Fearlessness
Bill Distler: We Can't Win An Immoral War
Matthew Rothschild: Feingold, Kucinich Denounce the Democratic Cave
Saeed Taji Farouky: Gaza's Innocents Suffer Amid The Anarchy
Sarah van Gelder: Cuba's Cure
David Bromwich: The Anti-War Principle
John Nichols: "A Big Mistake" Vote Gives Bush His Iraq Money
Robert Jensen: Finkelstein Tenure Case Exposes The Commonplace Cowardice of "Responsible" Professors
David Michael Green: Winston Churchill Bush? Nah. Guess Again.
Andrew Bard Schmookler: Why Didn't You Stand Your Ground, Mr. Carter?
Colin Burgon: We Should Back Chávez

Thursday, May 24

David Sirota: Vote Alert: Dick Cheney Dems Plan to Hide Votes On Iraq
Laura Flanders: Sacrifice The Troops Bill
Norman Solomon: Deadly Illusions, Rest in Peace
Russ Feingold: In Opposition to the Iraq Supplemental Conference Report
Nick Turse: Did The U.S. Lie About Cluster Bomb Use in Iraq?
Sarah Olson: Iraq Veterans, Activists for Peace
Glenn Hurowitz: The Clinton-Obama Energy Plan
Corporate Crime Reporter: House Democrats Buckle Under Pressure from Big Oil, Strip Down Price Gouging Bill
Michael Lerner: Why The Dems Capitulated To One of The Least Popular Presidents in US History to Support One of The Least Popular Wars in US History
Irene Khan: Report 2007: The State of the World's Human Rights
James Loney: No Future Without Forgiveness
Robert Borosage: Funding Bush's War: This Is No Game
John Nichols: Loyal to the White House, Not the Rule of Law
Al Gore: A Drive For Global Domination Has Put Us In Greater Danger
Caroline Paul: My Brother, The 'Terrorist'
John Repp/Mike Yarrow: Is U.S. Occupation of Iraq Legal?

Wednesday, May 23

John Nichols: This Is Not a "Compromise," It's a Blank Check
Amy Goodman: Trading Secrets
Jeff Cohen: Don't Think of a U.S. Soldier, Unarmed, Abandoned in Iraq's Civil War!
Naomi Klein: Keep Talking, Shawn
Mark Morford: Rejoice, The Hummer Is Dead
Robert Reich: What to Do About America's Rich Who Use Offshore Tax Havens
Robert Scheer: Worse Than Watergate, Part II
Debi Smith: The Peace Fence
Lee Drutman: Bush Taps Fox For Consumer Henhouse
Jonathan Freedland: The Six-Day War Is Not Over. Today, It Brings The Spectre of Al-Qaida in Gaza
David Iglesias: 'Cowboy up,' Alberto Gonzales
Bea Edwards/Dylan Blaylock: Protect Whistleblowers at World Bank
Harvey Wasserman: Criminal 9/11 Eco-Negligence by Bush, Rudy & Whitman is Now Coming Home to Roost
Arianna Huffington: Congress Needs to Find Out: Did Bush Order Gonzales and Card to Put the Squeeze on Ashcroft?
Shahid Buttar: Fire Gonzales.or the Whole Junta?
David Howarth: These Nonsensical Arguments For Nuclear Power
Charles C. Krulak/Joseph P. Hoar: Torture Betrays Us
Charles Komanoff: Strange Bedfellows in Climate Politics
Patrick McElwee: Is Free Speech Really at Stake? Venezuela and RCTVTuesday, May 22
Robert Naiman: Iraq War Funding: "Compromise" or "Sellout"?
Arianna Huffington: Another Chapter in Hillary's Attempt to Rewrite History on Iraq
Tom Hayden: The Fight Over Benchmarks in Iraq
Marie Cocco: A Loaded Issue
Mark Curtis: It's Thriving, But Lethal
James Ridgeway: Nader Redux: Should Dems Fear Mike Gravel?
David Mas Masumoto: The Day Without Farm Workers
Gary Kamiya: Why Bush Hasn't Been Impeached
Robert Fisk: A Front-Row Seat For This Lebanese Tragedy
Antonia Zerbisias: Time Canadians Stood Up To The CRTC
EJ Dionne, Jr.: Why Gore Won't Run
Peter Rothberg: Save Internet Radio
HDS Greenway: 'The Darkest Moment In Palestinian History'
Jesse Jackson: Organize To Fight Gun Crime
Glenn Hurowitz: Deal On Immigration Threatens EnvironmentMonday, May 21
Frida Berrigan: A Nation of Firsts Arms the World
John Nichols: Who's Afraid of Jimmy Carter? George Bush
Paul Rogat Loeb: The Haircut That Won't Die
David Sirota: Driving Triangulation "Over the Dead Bodies" of the Progressive Movement
Medea Benjamin: Have You Called Your Senator Today?
Willie Nelson: Take Action: Support a Better Farm Bill
Agnès Poirier: Oh Yes, He's Got An Agenda
Bill Boyarsky: Democrats' Faustian Bargain
Stephen Zunes: Olmert Did Not Act Alone: The U.S. Role in the Lebanon Debacle
Dahr Jamail: Lebanon's Anti-Heroes
Paul Krugman: Fear of Eating
Judith Ernst: What Is It That You Fear, Mr. Bush?
Eric Margolis: Power First, Nation Second
David Francis: Fuse On The 'Population Bomb' Has Been Relit

Saturday, May 19

Sean Gonsalves: What Happened to 'Fill the Jails'?
Danny Schechter: Manufacturing Indifference: Searching for a New 'Propaganda Model'
Sally Kohn: Migration and Corn
Bill Moyers: Small Magazines, Big Ideas
Carol Tavris/Elliot Aronson: Mistakes Were Made . . . (But Not By George Bush)
Robert Fisk: Blair's Lies and Linguistic Manipulations
Christopher Brauchli: Compassion of the Conservatives
Robert Naiman: Who Were the Democrats Who Voted Against Preventing War with Iran?
Ralph Nader: Why the Current Antiwar Movement is So Impotent

Friday, May 18
Christopher Cooper: As Some Warn Victory, Some Downfall
Joseph Galloway: Hang In There, America: Competent Leadership Is Just 600-Plus Days Away
Rosa Brooks: The GOP's Torture Enthusiasts
Ari Berman: Hillary Inc.
Antonia Zerbisias: Making Sense of What Doesn't Make The News
David Michael Green: Now, I Am Become Death, The Destroyer of Worlds
Robert Byrd: We Must End This Catastrophic, Unspeakable and Ongoing Calamity We Call Iraq
Caroline Arnold: Media & Mediafication
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: Will Al Gore Face His Inconvenient Truths About Our Stolen Elections?
Paul Krugman: Don't Blame Bush
Darwin BondGraham: UC Legitimizes Nuclear Weapons Industry
Eugene Robinson: How Low Can Gonzales Go?
Clarence Page: Fixing A System Where Children Die For Lack of Health Coverage
Ricardo Sanchez: Making Immigrants' Dreams Come True
Jon Soltz: Bush Opposes More Money for Troops and Survivors - Explain That!
Philippe Sands: Lessons In Disingenuousness

Thursday, May 17

Yifat Susskind: The Murder of Du'a Aswad
Stephen Zunes: The Democrats and the "Human Shields" Myth
Marie Cocco: Watergate Without the Break-In
Al Gore: The Assault on Reason
John Edwards: A Deeper Purpose
New York Times: Mr. Gonzales's Incredible Adventure
Cindy Sheehan: Will He Make Money From Our Dead Soldiers?
Elizabeth Sullivan: Racing A Power Play Through D.C. Streets
Andi Zeisle: Going Postal on Rate Hikes for Independent Periodicals
Garrison Keillor: America Revels In Spring, Awaits A Worthy Leader
Katrina Vanden Huevel: The Iraqi Memoir Industry
Jerry Lanson: When Morality Fails Us
John Kaminski: Making A Case For Impeachment
Carol Browner/Marilyn Heiman: Protect Canada's Boreal For Real
Tom Engelhardt: The Graduation Speech I'll Never Give
Max Blumenthal: Agent of Intolerance
Stephen Marshall: Bittersweet Symphony
Hamilton Nolan: Anti-War Movies Are a Growth Industry
Matt Taibbi: Tasting Their Own Medicine: Republicans Complain About The Congressional Shaft
John Dear: The Trouble With Our State

Wednesday, May 16
Amy Goodman: Give 'Em Hell, Mr. Terkel
Noam Chomsky: Starving The Poor
Sally Kohn: Ding, Dong, Falwell's Dead
Mark Morford: Oh Right, We're Still At War
Stephen Zunes: Bring 'Em Home, Bring 'Em Home
Robert Scheer: Iran's Nukes Call Bush's Bluff
John Nichols: The Old Time Hypocrisy Hour
Ray McGovern: Four-letter Word for Tenet: Liar
Joyce Marcel: He Gave Religion A Bad Name
Jane Smiley: Are We Done Yet?
Pat Gerber: What Do You Mean "If" Iraq's Parliament Asks Us to Leave?
Robert Reich: A Better Idea for College Loans
Chalmers Johnson: Is Imperial Liquidation Possible for America?
Rory O'Connor: The Imus Effect: CBS Shock-Jocks Strike Again
Michelle Goldberg: The Late Jerry Falwell
Matthew Rothschild: Vet Prosecuted for Opposing Recruitment in Library

Tuesday, May 15
Pierre Tristam Dismal Presidency Plunges US into Dark Arctic Night
Antonia Zerbisias: She's Always Known How to Get Our Attention
George Monbiot: A Million Road Deaths Every Year? It's Just the Price of Doing Business
Corporate Crime Reporter: Big Pharma Commits the Crime, Doesn't Do the Time
William Hartung: Economics, Not Arms, to Shape US-China Relationship
Hilda Solis: TV à la Carte? I'll Take the Buffet
Matthew Rothschild: Cheney Sabotages Talks with Tehran
John Nichols: The Danny Glover Primary
Alain Gresh: Bush Doesn't Want Detente. He Wants to Attack Iran
Bob Burnett: Reconsidering Impeachment
Joseph A. Palermo: Can We Please Impeach Gonzales and Rice Now?
Dean Baker: Loser Liberalism Versus Power Populism

Monday, May 14
Laura Flanders: The Hushing Season
Avi Shlaim: It Is Not Only God That Will Be Blair's Judge Over Iraq
Susan Paynter: Mothers See The Tide Turn Toward Peace
Tom Engelhardt: What Price Slaughter?
Beth Quinn: Abstinence-Only Delusion Means Ignorance-Only
Steven Weber: Sorry, Johnny
Robert Weitzel: The Trouble With The Entire World Is A Guy Named Ron
Kate Riley: Ethics Probe? Not In Their House
George Bisharat: For Palestinians, Memory Matters
Cynthia Tucker: More Hadithas Are Likely With Stressed Military
Jay Bookman: Bush Shifts Iraq Burden Onto General
Jamie Court/Judy Dugan: Big Oil Buys Sacramento

Sunday, May 13
Ann Marina: Raise Your Voice, This Mother's Day
Harvey Wasserman: How Creative Mass Non-Violence Beat a Nuke and Launched The Global Green Power Movement
Haroon Siddiqui: Canada Should Lead Call For Ban on Cluster Bombs
Susan Lenfestey: A Mother's Day Plea
Frank Rich: Earth to G.O.P.: The Gipper Is Dead
Sally Kohn: Blair: New Age Mouth, Old Age Fist
Les Payne: Lesson of Algeria Is Lost On Bush
Murray Polner: It's Mother's Day Again and We're Still at War
Haymet/Abbott/Luyten: A Blind Eye: NASA's Shifting Priorities Imperil Satellites Crucial To Tracking Climate Change
Eric Margolis: Blair's Fatal Attraction
Liza Featherstone: We're Not Number One (Not Even Close)
Taylor Owen/Ben Kiernan: Bombs Over Cambodia: New Light on US Air War

Saturday, May 12
Jeremy Scahill: Outsourcing The War
Dianne Farsetta: War vs. Democracy: Untold Stories from the Lynch / Tillman Hearing
Ralph Nader: Auctioning Journalistic Integrity
Elizabeth DiNovella: What's So Funny about Peace, Love and Understanding?
Bill Moyers: "I'm Harry."
Jeffrey Sachs: The Poor Need Aid, Not Lectures
Anthony Asadullah Samad: LAPD's MacArthur Park Melee-A New Southern Resistance: Rubber Bullets Replace Hoses and Dogs
David Sarasohn: As In Vietnam, Casualties Rise In Iraq While US Dithers
Danny Schechter: The Staple of Cable as Poster Child
Debi Smith: April's Fallen
Bob Herbert: The Millions Left Out
Christopher Brauchli: Sitting Here In Limbo
Tariq Ali: Famed As A Favourite Attack Dog In The Imperial Kennel

Friday, May 11
Scott Ritter: The Good American
Rosa Brooks: The Terrorist We Tolerate
Zia Mian: Congress Plays Politics over Iraq War
Jerry Landay: Iraq War Is All About Controlling The Oil
David Michael Green: Two Ideologies And A Funeral
Ted Rall: The Case For Defeatism
Robert Naiman: Who Are the 59 Democrats Who Voted Against the McGovern Bill?
Helen Thomas: Bush Passes The Buck On Iraq
John Nichols: A Browner Shade of Blair? Or Better?
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: The Globalization of Electronic Election Theft
Matthew Rothschild: Top Teacher Shown the Door After Showing "Baghdad ER"
Peter Dreier/Kelly Candaele: Labor Law Reform Not Just For Unions
Linda McQuaig: Afghan Furor Shows We're Slipping Into US Orbit
Mark Floegel: The Moral Universe
Ingrid Newkirk: Food Czar Unlikely to Make Real Difference


Thursday, May 10

Robert Shetterly: The Moral Obligation to Lose The War
Ruth Conniff: Happy (Feminist) Mother's Day!
Joyce Marcel: The Pacifist's Conundrum
David Sirota: Blank Check Democrats & The Danger of Becoming A Blank Check Movement
Katrina Vanden Heuvel: A Surge of Insanity
William Dalrymple: Delhi, 1857: A Bloody Warning To Today's Imperial Occupiers
Cindy Sheehan: Needless Carnage (And the Beat Goes On)
Cecile Richards: My Response to the McCain Campaign's Attacks on Planned Parenthood
Antonia Zerbisias: I Can't Hack This Brand of Revolution
Rebecca Thomas: Impeachment Talk: Hold Bush and Cheney Accountable
Joe Conason: GOP's Reaganesque Tall Tales
Matthew Rothschild: Muslim American Grilled at Border Over Religion, Letter to the Editor
Amy Dillard/Lisa Holmes: Rethinking School Lunch
Helena Cobban: Global Stability Can No Longer Be Held Hostage to the Claims of Israeli Settlers.
Allyson Schrier: Learn More About Toxic Chemicals

Wednesday, May 9
Derrick Jackson: For African-Americans, Folly of This War Hits Home
Alan Chartock: Fire Still Burns in Seeger
Jean Edward Smith: The Peace Presidents
Sam Pizzigati: Coming Soon To A Toll Booth Near You
Corporate Crime Reporter: Corporate Democrats Escalate Attack on Single Payer
Patrick Cockburn: What the Bush Administration Has Wrought in Iraq
James Carroll: The Disappearance of War-Broken Soldiers
Jack Lessenberry: So Maybe I Was Wrong About Impeachment
Amy Goodman: A Shining Light Goes Out in Africa
Matthew Rothschild: Woman with MPEACHW Plates Prevails
Beth Shulman: Conservative Assault On America's Families
Robert Scheer: Bush Alums Reap Their Rewards
Arnold Stieber: War is Slavery - An Awakening
Paula Rothenberg: Snatched from the Jaws of Victory: Feminism Then and Now
Tom Engelhardt: What Good Reporting Has Meant in Iraq

Tuesday, May 8
Lee Iacocca: Where Have All the Leaders Gone?
Paul Campos: A Look Back From 2017
Pierre Tristam: When Property's On The Line, Response To Dissent Turns Lethal
Katrina Vanden Heuvel: Our Dysfunctional Democracy
David Sirota: How Many "Free Trade" Senators Can PhRMA Turn Into Corporate Protectionists?
Dean Baker: The Economic Costs of the Iraq War
Marie Cocco: A Bridge To The 19th Century
Ralph Nader: Let the People Make the Laws
Ari Berman: Spinning Hillary Centrist
Brooke Anderson/Sarah Norr: Who Is Served by Labor Dispute?
Jesse Jackson: Lives and Resources Lost in Iraq War Are Gone For Good
George Monbiot: In the Company of Wolves
Jonathan Hafetz: Perils of An Unchecked Executive
Sean Gonsalves: The Global Warming Conspiracy?

Monday, May 7
Melvin Goodman: Tenet's Defense of the Indefensible
Olga Bonfiglio: Where Was God at Virginia Tech?
Paul Hawken: To Remake The World
Bob Fitrakis/Harvey Wasserman: The Lethal Media Silence on Kent State's Smoking Guns
Chris Hedges: The Greatest Threat to Choice
Debi Smith: Saving the World
Larry Beinhart: A Modest Proposal
Eugene Robinson: The Decider Commands Everything But English
Michael Schwartz: The Struggle Over Iraqi Oil
David Francis: Are Iraq War Costs Spinning Out of Control?
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Hate-Crime Bill: A Third Strike?
Tom Engelhardt: The Mother of All Benchmarks in Iraq: Oil

Sunday, May 6
Leo Docherty: We Soldiers Once Assumed Our Political Bosses Would Not Lie to Us. That is Over.
Elizabeth Sullivan: Ex-Analyst Tells a Tale of Twisted Iraq Intelligence
Derrick Z. Jackson: The Eloquence of Ellison's Invisible Man
Stephen Zunes: Divide and Rule: U.S. Blocks Israel-Syria Talks
Eric Margolis: Torture a Kabul Speciality
Michael Mansfield: The Emperor has No Clothes: The World is Returning to the Law of the Jungle, Thanks to Bush and Blair
Frank Rich: Is Condi Hiding the Smoking Gun?

Saturday, May 5
Terry Jones: Saved by the Bomb: Senator McCain has Hit Upon a Solution to All the Republican Party's Woes: A Nuclear War with Iran
Karen Button: An Iraqi Blueprint for Peace
Walden Bello: The World Social Forum at the Crossroads
Desmond Tutu: This Fatal Complacency: Climate Change is Already Destroying Millions of Lives in the Poor World. But It Will Not Stop There
Norman Solomon: On the Media Horizon: 'We Invest, You Decide'
Nicholas von Hoffman: America's Idiotic Political Debates
Cherie Miner: The Reagan Myth
John Nichols: In France, Running Against Bush
Marianne Means: Reid Right: Iraq is a Lost Cause
Shauna Rhone: War Machine Grinds Others Besides Pvt. Lynch

Friday, May 4
Katrina Vanden Heuvel: The Whole Truth-and Nothing But
Charles Larson: Where Is The Dissent In America?
Naomi Klein: More Than a Mine, A Metaphor
Michael Klare: Warships, Warships Everywhere, and Many a Bomb to Drop
Greg Palast: Hillary's Mother-F'ing Tour Business
David Michael Green: One Day You're Gonna Wake Up
Ari Melber: Dems Tangled in Netroots
Scott Lehigh: The Silence of George Tenet
David Sarasohn: Bush still telling us stories about Iraq
Bonnie Erbe: 'Family-Values' Cloak Lifted From GOP
Danny Schechter: Time For A Fox Hunt As Murdoch Targets The Wall Street Journal
Cindy Sheehan: Get Off It Bill O'Reilly
Holly Jarman: The Hidden Costs of Cheap Goods
Mark Weisbrot: IMF and World Bank Face Declining Authority as Venezuela Announces Withdrawal
David Sirota: When The Class War Goes Local

Thursday, May 3
Johann Hari: We Shop Until Chinese Workers Drop
Robert Koehler: 'The Christian Taliban is Running the Department of Defense'
JoAnn Wypijewski: Damned Weaklings: The Army's Abuse of Its Own Extends Far Beyond Walter Reed
Joyce Marcel: Weapons of Mass Deception
David Sirota: Capitol Hill Faces People Party Revolt On Trade & Health Care
Mark Dery: Wimps, Wussies and W.
Joe Conason: Tenet's Share of the Shame
Bob Herbert: An Invisible War
Azmi Bishara: Why Israel Is After Me
John Nichols: 'The President Has Effectively Gone AWOL'
William Hartung: Ending Nuclear Hypocrisy
Howard Friel: The Winograd Report v. The New York Times
Matthew Rothschild: No Time for Compromise on Iraqi Withdrawal

Wednesday, May 2
Willie & Amy Nelson: A Peaceful Solution
Amy Goodman: Voices From the Spanish Civil War
Cindy Sheehan: Four Dead in Ohio
John R. MacArthur: I Deconstruct My Recent French Vote
Elizabeth Sawin: The First Step to Action on Climate Change is Facing Its Reality
Mark Morford: The Hippies Were Right!
Robert Scheer: After Thousands Have Died, Tenet Comes Clean
Corporate Crime Reporter: Big Pharma Gets its Hooks into Seton Hall Law School
Larry Beinhart: The Rise & Fall of America's Political Right
Robert Byrd: President Bush Rejects a Plan for Peace
Robert Reich: The Supply-Side and the Record-Breaking Dow
Carla Blank: Worst U.S. Massacre?
New York Times: Spying on Americans
Derrick Jackson: Here's What Our Mission Accomplished
Barbara Ehrenreich: The Higher Education Scam
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf: Our Chance For An Arms Treaty
Laurie Garrett: Sex and Foreign Aid
Ted Rall: Choose One: Loyalty or Glory
Devin Helfrich: Build More Nukes? Forget It.
Ruth Conniff: The War on Terror's Grand Snafu
Yifat Susskind: It's Not Just an Abortion Ban: The Christian Right's Global Agenda
Stephen Lendman: Worthy and Unworthy Victims

Tuesday, May 1
Elizabeth Holtzman: Alberto Gonzales' Safety Net
George Monbiot: The Rich World's Policy on Greenhouse Gas Now Seems Clear: Millions Will Die
Barry Lando: And The Lies Go On
Jesse Jackson: Debate Was in South Carolina, But The Focus Was Elsewhere
Sally Kohn: Scapegoating: A TrageComedy on the 2008 Republican Agenda
Katrina Vanden Heuvel: Twelve Steps to Cutting Poverty in Half
Clint Talbot: Acknowledging A Massacre: Sand Creek Site Critical
Martha Burk/Eleanor Smeal: U.S. Needs a Women's Equality Amendment
Paul Campos: Bush's Farewell Tantrum
John Buell: Student Loans and Corporate Gravy
Michael Winship: To Live and Die in LA, and Iraq
Dean Baker: Fighting Poverty: The First Step Is Counting It
Ralph Nader: BYU Students Speak Out
Sheldon Friedman: Too Important Not To Pass
Pierre Tristam: Balancing Budget Now Won't Solve U.S. Debt Woes


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