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Monday, March 5, 2007
James Carroll
Candidates' Stories Tell Us What We've Become
IN ANNOUNCING his candidacy for president on David Letterman's show last week, John McCain used the word "wasted" in reference to American lives lost in Iraq. The next day, apologizing profusely, he...
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Debi Smith
February's Fallen
The Soldiers There they go, off to war, Leaving loved ones, whose hearts are sore. Children weep in their mothers' keep, As they hear their fathers' leaving feet. Wives and mothers cannot speak,...
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Friday, March 2, 2007
Helen Thomas
Bush Doesn't Think Father Knows Best
WASHINGTON -- President Bush has told his sensitive father, former President George H.W. Bush, not to pay any attention to the news, especially all those painful Bush-bashing reports. In a recent...
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Thursday, March 1, 2007
John Logan
Who's Afraid of the Employee Free Choice Act?
The Employee Free Choice Act is one of the most important pieces of legislation being considered by the new Congress, yet many people have probably never heard of it. If they have, they have most...
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Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Amy Goodman
We'll Lock Up Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free
“I want to be free. I want to go outside, and I want to go to school,” pleaded a 9-year-old boy, on the phone from prison. This prison wasn’t in some far-off country, some dictatorship where one...
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Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Pierre Tristam
Whether 'Horseman' or '24': Hate Propaganda's No Fantasy
Four years ago an Egyptian satellite network aired a 41-part miniseries during Ramadan -- to guarantee maximum viewership -- called "Horse Without a Horseman," a history of the Middle East seen...
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Geoffrey Wheatcroft
This Was Always a Needless, Immoral War. Yet Still They Won't Admit It
The invasion of Iraq was foolish, illegal and finally catastrophic. The only people who seem not to know this are our rulers
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Monday, February 26, 2007
Ralph Nader
Asymmetrical Warfare in Iraq
The invasion-occupation of Iraq has been described as a classic case of asymmetrical warfare. Unable to begin to match the modern land, aerial and sea weaponry of the United States, the insurgents...
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Chris Hedges
Pariah or Prophet?
I can’t imagine why Ralph Nader would run again. He has been branded as an egomaniac, blacklisted by the media, plunged into debt by a Democratic Party machine that challenged his ballot access...
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Chris Hedges
Ralph Nader: Pariah or Prophet?
I can’t imagine why Ralph Nader would run again. He has been branded as an egomaniac, blacklisted by the media, plunged into debt by a Democratic Party machine that challenged his ballot access...
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James Carroll
Discourse in the Middle East
Each year, Jews, Christians, and Muslims come to this city to join in speaking of peace. This is the 20th annual theological conference at the Shalom Hartman Institute. Year by year, however, peace...
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Friday, February 23, 2007
Helen Thomas
Bush Full of 'Red-Hot Baloney' on Iran
Is President Bush going to attack Iran? That question looms large around the world, as if he doesn't have enough on his plate with Iraq.
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Andrew Greeley
US Keeps Making Mistakes in Mideast
The collapse of the shah in Iran was the beginning of American troubles in the Middle East. The shah was "our guy," an absolute ruler who was secularizing the country and freeing his people from the...
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Monday, February 19, 2007
James Carroll
The Irony of Romping Monday and Fat Tuesday
Today is Rose Monday. In parts of Germany, the pre-Lenten carnival is in full swing. "Rose" is said to derive from a word meaning romp, and that is what thousands of revelers do, taking to the...
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Monday, February 12, 2007
Chris Hedges
The Road Map to Despotism
Editor’s note: Despite spending an estimated $80 million, the government was unable to prove that Dr. Sami Al-Arian was a terrorist, yet he remains in prison and his sentence will likely be extended...
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Bill Moyers
Discovering What Democracy Means
On February 7,2007 the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation presented Judith and Bill Moyers the first Frank E. Taplin, Jr. Public Intellectual Award for “extraordinary contributions to...
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Friday, February 9, 2007
Deborah James, Todd Tucker
Dems Had Better Listen to the Public's Anger Over Our Failed Trade Policy
After long, frustrating years of republican-lite economics, many Democrats have finally found the ability -- and the language -- to connect with average Americans. They talk of "two Americas," of the...
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Thursday, February 8, 2007
Amy Goodman
Bang Pots and Pans for Molly Ivins
Molly, I hardly knew ye. The untimely death of Molly Ivins last week, after a long battle with breast cancer, has provoked a surge of impassioned eulogies -- yes, that would be the appropriate use of...
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William Greider
Mike Gravel's Campaign
Last weekend, C-Span radio was broadcasting live the speeches of presidential candidates before the Democratic National Committee in Washington. I was listening in the car while running errands. Bill...
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Wednesday, February 7, 2007
Phyllis Bennis
Congress: Treat Iraq Like The Contras
In 1982, angered by a White House secretly escalating an unpopular war in Central America, the House passed the Boland Amendment, a rider to the Defense Appropriations Act of 1983.
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Jeff Cohen
Jonah Goldberg’s Gambling Debt: Will Tribune Company Pay It?
There are many shades of rightwing punditry in our country. Among the shadiest is Jonah Goldberg. With arrogance seemingly matched only by his ignorance, Goldberg was just being Goldberg when he...
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Tuesday, February 6, 2007
Norman Solomon
Making an Example of Ehren Watada
The people running the Iraq war are eager to make an example of Ehren Watada. They've convened a kangaroo court-martial. But the man on trial is setting a profound example of conscience -- helping to...
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Monday, February 5, 2007
Ralph Nader
For Molly Ivins
If writers, who lasso injustice and give light to justice, lift up our standards of fair play, then on January 31st, the nation suffered a genuine decline. For Molly Ivins lost her seven year battle...
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James Carroll
Retirement Syndrome
Four years ago today, then Secretary of State Colin Powell testified before the UN Security Council on the absolute necessity of going to war against Saddam Hussein. What followed is history. That...
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Friday, February 2, 2007
Tom Turnipseed
Changing the Subject: From Bush’s Mess in Mesopotamia to the Peril in Persia
President Bush faces a rebellion among the American people and Congress against his call for a surge of troops that will escalate the killing in his Iraq war of choice. So Bush is now attempting to...
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Jeff Cohen
Will Healthcare Timidity Trip Up Hillary Clinton?
It's conventional wisdom that if Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign falters with Democratic activists in places like Iowa and New Hampshire, it will be over the issue of the Iraq war. And her...
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Thursday, February 1, 2007
Amy Goodman
Resistance to War Cannot be Jailed
You can jail the resisters, but you can't jail the resistance. George W. Bush, take notice as U.S. Army Lt. Ehren Watada is court-martialed next week. Congress, take heed. Young people in harm's way...
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Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Howard Zinn
Impeachment by the People
Courage is in short supply in Washington, D.C. The realities of the Iraq War cry out for the overthrow of a government that is criminally responsible for death, mutilation, torture, humiliation,...
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Monday, January 29, 2007
James Carroll
Deathtrap
"Who the hell is shooting at us?" a US soldier yelled last week. His platoon was in a strife-torn part of Baghdad, teamed with an Iraqi Army unit. Gunfire was coming from all directions. "Who's...
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Thom Hartmann
Join The Parade For We The People
This weekend I was in Washington, DC. Prior to the antiwar protest, I went to interfaith service Saturday morning at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation and heard breathtaking sermons from Rev...
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Saturday, January 27, 2007
Ralph Nader
Democratic Elbow Room
Among the tens of thousands of Americans protesting in the nation's capital against George W. Bush's war-quagmire in Iraq this weekend, more than a few will probably wonder why there are not more...
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Friday, January 26, 2007
Helen Thomas
Congress Responds to Bush's Iraq Plea
On Wednesday, with the applause for his State of the Union speech just a fading memory, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee gave its answer to Bush's plea. By a 12-9 vote, the panel approved a non...
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Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Jeff Cohen
Jim Webb Offers the Democratic Response. . .to Hillary and Obama
If you watched freshman Virginia Sen. Jim Webb deliver the Democratic response to Bush's State of the Union speech, you witnessed something historic -- a Democrat on national TV unabashedly ripping...
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Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Robert Freeman
Bush's Iraq "Surge": The Fraud Exposed
If ever proof was needed that the president's "surge" plan in Iraq is actually a ruse, a guise for something else, it came yesterday. Five American soldiers were killed when a group of Iraqis dressed...
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Bill C. Davis
In Harm’s Way
It sounds cozy – almost storybook. “In harm’s way.” This phrase presents what is happening to and with American troops as a static reality. Harm was there waiting for the troops to arrive and they...
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John Buell
Slavery's Bitter Residue Proves an Enduring Legacy
When Deval Patrick, the first African-American governor of Massachusetts, took the oath of office earlier this month on the Bible of a slave, it was an occasion for celebration. The celebration,...
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Monday, January 22, 2007
James Carroll
Sigh for America
"The Pass of the Moor's Sigh" is the place on the outskirts of a city in Spain where its last Moorish ruler, upon being expelled from Iberia, stopped to weep. His companion rebuked him, as the writer...
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Norman Solomon
The Pentagon vs. Press Freedom
We often hear that the Pentagon exists to defend our freedoms. But the Pentagon is moving against press freedom.
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Jeff Cohen
Can Indy Media Stop the Corporate Media’s Hillary Bandwagon?
Prominent pundits seem ecstatic over Hillary Clinton's entry into the presidential race just days after Barack Obama's media-created candidacy became official. Media talking heads are having so much...
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Debi Smith
The Dump, a Soldier Called Name, and Butterfly Wings: Changing the Course
I had a dream last night. I was walking along in the countryside and suddenly came upon a disheveled and obviously distraught man making his way towards a nearby dump.
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Saturday, January 20, 2007
Ralph Nader
Open Letter to the President
Dear President Bush: I have read your address to the nation on "The New Way Forward in Iraq" and wish to share some observations. You say "where mistakes have been made, the responsibility rests with...
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Friday, January 19, 2007
Amy Goodman
Make King's Dream Come True
The blood still stains the concrete balcony outside room 306 of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn., where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. King was in Memphis...
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Andrew Greeley
Bush is a Picture of Defeat
The presidential address last week was pathetic enough to make one feel sad for the poor dear man, as they say in the old country. With little emotional affect he read a lecture about his ''new...
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Thursday, January 18, 2007
Bill Moyers
Life on the Media Plantation
Delivered to the National Media Reform Conference Memphis, TN January 12, 2007 It has long been said (ostensibly by Benjamin Franklin, but we can’t be sure) that “democracy is two wolves and a lamb...
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Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Courtney E. Martin
'Fake' News is a Bogus Feel-Good
Watching Jon Stewart and his ilk makes us laugh at government foibles, but it doesn't inspire us to activism
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Monday, January 15, 2007
Chris Hedges
War of Shadows
I have spent most of my adult life as a reporter covering insurgencies, from the five years I covered the wars in El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala to seven years in the Middle East and nearby...
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James Carroll
An Unrealized Dream of Justice
The memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has never had more urgent relevance than it does today. America is at a crossroads moment, much as it was when he was murdered. Five days ago, President...
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Saturday, January 13, 2007
Ralph Nader
The Boiling, Surging, Churning and Corporatizing Economy of the United States
The boiling, surging, churning and corporatizing economy of the United States is racing far ahead of its being understood by political economists, economists, politicians and the polis itself...
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Thursday, January 11, 2007
Molly Ivins
Stand Up Against the Surge
AUSTIN - The purpose of this old-fashioned newspaper crusade to stop the war is not to make George W. Bush look like the dumbest president ever. People have done dumber things. What were they...
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Amy Goodman
Global Warming, Warring and Warning
We begin this year with many milestones. 2006 was among the hottest years in recorded history. In Britain, it was the hottest year since they started keeping records in 1659. Ten of the hottest years...
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Bill C. Davis
The Strategy of Atonement
It’s hard to hear speaker Pelosi claim that “we will not abandon the troops” because the abandonment happened a few years ago. Congress abandoned the troops - and the Constitution - when they handed...
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Tuesday, January 9, 2007
Norman Solomon
The Headless Horseman of the Apocalypse
President Bush may be a headless horseman. But the biggest problem is what he rode in on. Martin Luther King Jr. had a good name for it 40 years ago. "The madness of militarism."
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Monday, January 8, 2007
James Carroll
The Lynching of Iraq
The hanging of Saddam Hussein Dec. 30 offered a view into the grotesque reality of what America has sponsored in Iraq, and what Americans saw should inform their response to President Bush's...
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Saturday, January 6, 2007
Ralph Nader
How Will the Democrats Control Congress?
The New York Times captured the headline - "Jubilant Democrats Assume Control on Capitol Hill." Nancy Pelosi, the first woman to become Speaker of the House, overshadowed her co-leader, Senator Harry...
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Friday, January 5, 2007
Molly Ivins
Stop This War, Now!
AUSTIN - The president of the United States does not have the sense God gave a duck—so it’s up to us. You and me, Bubba. I don’t know why Bush is just standing there like a frozen rabbit, but it’s...
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Andrew Greeley
Saddam Execution is Stain on America
Americans cheered enthusiastically last week for President Ford, who pardoned Richard Nixon. Simultaneously they celebrated the fact that President Bush did not insist on pardoning Saddam Hussein --...
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Thursday, January 4, 2007
Amy Goodman
Impeaching, Prosecuting Nixon Could Have Elevated the Nation
One of the high points of the U.S. media was the investigation into the Watergate scandal. Now, 30 years later, with President Ford's death, the media are contributing to the cover-up they once...
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Wednesday, January 3, 2007
Norman Solomon
America’s Holy Warriors
Editor’s note: The former New York Times Mideast Bureau chief warns that the radical Christian right is coming dangerously close to its goal of co-opting the country’s military and law enforcement.
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Tuesday, January 2, 2007
Ghada Karmi
These Shameful Events Have Humiliated the Arab World
Saddam's trial and mob execution reeked of western double standards. Yet Iraq's neighboring states failed to speak out
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Sunday, December 31, 2006
Pierre Tristam
Texas Justice by Rope: The Assassination of Saddam
One day from year’s end, it is the non-story of the year capping a dozen imagined “turning points” in Iraq ’s dismal disintegration. The only kind of turning has been in the shape of a spiral...
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Caroline Arnold
Skepticism and Salvation
When my son Seth was 17, his father, elder sister and I and an adult friend stopped at a restaurant in New Philadelphia for dinner. As the waitress went around the table taking orders for drinks,...
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Friday, December 29, 2006
Norman Solomon, Jeff Cohen
Announcing the P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2006
Competition has been fierce this year for the fifteenth annual P.U.-litzer Prizes.
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Thursday, December 28, 2006
Amy Goodman
Shooting the Messenger is a War Crime
The Committee to Protect Journalists recently released its 2006 report on threats to journalists. Iraq is by far the deadliest place for the fourth year in a row, with 32 journalists killed this year...
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Friday, December 22, 2006
Bill C. Davis
Trumped
Pop culture moments often reveal the current subterranean ooze. Rosie O’Donnell calls it as she sees it. It’s the nature and necessity of a comedienne. The truth is funny. An instinct for the truth...
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Bill Moyers
A Parable For Our Times
The Christian story begins simply: A child is born. He grows up to be a teacher, sage, healer and prophet. He gains a large following. To many he is a divine savior; to the rich and powerful he is an...
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Thursday, December 21, 2006
Chris Hedges
Get Carter
Jimmy Carter, by publishing his book Palestine Peace Not Apartheid , walked straight into the buzz saw that is the Israel lobby.
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Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Chris Hedges
Worse Than Apartheid
Israel has spent the last five months unleashing missiles, attack helicopters and jet fighters over the densely packed concrete hovels in the Gaza Strip. The Israeli army has made numerous deadly...
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Gary Olson
Hold Those Responsible for Iraq Accountable
I've been struggling to write something new about the war in Iraq but failed to find any appropriate words. Despite everything we now know about the war, the U.S. occupation continues. While...
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Monday, December 18, 2006
Norman Solomon
Powell, Baker, Hamilton -- Thanks for Nothing
When Colin Powell endorsed the Iraq Study Group report during his Dec. 17 appearance on "Face the Nation," it was another curtain call for a tragic farce. Four years ago, "moderates" like Powell were...
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Tom Gallagher
Adios, Augusto and Jeanne
When Augusto Pinochet died only three days after one-time US Ambassador to the UN, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, it almost seemed as if the former Chilean dictator just couldn't go on without this woman whose...
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Sunday, December 17, 2006
Apocalypto critics are not asking whether Mel Gibson has produced a film any less racist than his summer tirades about Jews. Liza Grandia
The Sober Racism of Mel Gibson's Apocalypto
Film critics appear split on how to handle Mel Gibson's newest production, Apocalypto. A few refuse to patronize the film in symbolic protest of Gibson's drunken rants over the summer. Others suggest...
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Saturday, December 16, 2006
John Kampfner
Tony Blair: Blackmailed by Dictators
Blair has shamefully flouted the law to protect the arms industry's bungs. It's an all-time low
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Friday, December 15, 2006
Pierre Tristam
As Bush Loiters: A Christmas Toll
It’s turning into an interesting Christmas season for those mothers, fathers, wives, sons and daughters who’ll get to lose a husband, a father, a son in the next few weeks (and of course years) as...
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Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Medea Benjamin
Peace Women, Convicted of Trespassing, Teach the US Government a Lesson in Diplomacy
It must sound absurd, perhaps even unbelievable, that four peace women were arrested and put on trial for attempting to deliver a peace petition to the US Mission to the United Nations. But while our...
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Monday, December 11, 2006
Robert Freeman
The Gravitational Physics of a Settlement in Iraq
Icarus's father knew it; scientists dropping iron balls from leaning towers knew it; even markets in the heady throes of bubbles begrudgingly know it: gravity eventually wins. Gravity is the reason...
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Saturday, December 9, 2006
Ralph Nader
'This Is about Corporate-Managed Trade'
After moving the formerly progressive state of Michigan along the road to corporate serfdom, former Governor John Engler moved seamlessly to the much higher paying position as President of the...
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Friday, December 8, 2006
Martin Macwan
“Untouchable” New Orleans
As the world commemorates Human Rights Day, my attention turns from the inexcusable and inescapable practice of untouchability suffered by my fellow dalits in India to a different but all to familiar...
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Tom Hayden
The Baker Agenda: Troops Out, Oil Companies In?
Recommendations 62 and 63 confirm that control of Iraqi oil is a fundamental premise of Administration policy. This was denied in the first years of the war, but this week the President confirmed his...
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Thursday, December 7, 2006
Amy Goodman
It's Bigotry That Should Be Silenced
A couple of months ago, Raed Jarrar, an Iraqi architect and blogger, was heading from JFK Airport in New York to Oakland, Calif. He was approached by two Transportation Security Administration...
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Wednesday, December 6, 2006
Tom Hayden
Iraq Study Group Report Rebuffs Neo-Conservatives, But Still Seeks “Success” Through Lower-Profile War
The report of the Iraq Study Group, if implemented, closes the door on the neo-conservative dreams which have been a nightmare for the people of Iraq and the United States. Since the Nov. 7 election...
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Tuesday, December 5, 2006
Norman Solomon
Media Sham for Iraq War -- It's Happening Again
The lead-up to the invasion of Iraq has become notorious in the annals of American journalism. Even many reporters, editors and commentators who fueled the drive to war in 2002 and early 2003 now...
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Sunday, December 3, 2006
Richard W. Behan
The Surreal Politics of Premeditated War
George W. Bush, who proudly claimed the mantle of “war president,” was keenly rebuked in the recent mid-term election. The event was notable, but it merely continued the surreal politics of...
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Saturday, December 2, 2006
Amy Goodman
U.S. Can No Longer Shroud the Iraq Civil War
"Every great work of art goes through messy phases while it is in transition. A lump of clay can become a sculpture; blobs of paint become paintings which inspire." No, this is not Pablo Picasso...
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Ralph Nader
Hampering the Efforts of Corporate Crime Reporting
It is clear, in the midst of a seven year corporate financial crime wave, that the business moguls and their academic apologists, who make up the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation (CCMG) have...
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Friday, December 1, 2006
Dennis Kucinich
There is Only One Way to End The War in Iraq, Part I
On November 7, 2006, the American public voted for a New Direction for our Iraq policy. That direction is--out. As Democrats prepare to take the majority for the first time in twelve years, Democrats...
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Andrew Greeley
Moral Health Tip to America: Stay Out of the Draft
Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) celebrated the Democratic election victory by proposing to renew the military draft. His oft-repeated argument is that the draft would produce an army with social and...
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Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Bill Moyers
Message To West Point
This is an excerpt from the Sol Feinstone Lecture on The Meaning of Freedom delivered by Bill Moyers at the United States Military Academy on November 15, 2006.
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Monday, November 27, 2006
Jeff Cohen
TV Blowhard Barks at Iran: Let’s Hold CNN Accountable
Turn on CNN Headline News -- a supposed "news" channel -- on weekday nights and you'll be subjected to the lectures of a loudmouthed, factually-challenged, occasionally funny know-it-all whose shtick...
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Friday, November 24, 2006
Molly Ivins
Thanks -- No, Seriously
It's time to give thanks, and I want to start off with a great, big thank you for the top American movement conservatives and all the fun we've had since Election Day. I know I promised not to gloat...
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Andrew Greeley
What is the Point of Iraq Deaths?
My mother used to tell me when I was very young a story about the last American to die on Nov. 11, 1918, at 10:59 in the morning. It was an urban folk tale of that era, doubtless, though indeed there...
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Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Amy Goodman
Rumsfeld and a Mountain of Misery
Frederick Douglass, the renowned abolitionist, began life as a slave on Maryland's Eastern Shore. When his owner had trouble with the young, unruly slave, Douglass was sent to Edward Covey, a...
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Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Thom Hartmann
Rangel and Jefferson Agree on a National Service Program
Many of the world's mature democracies require every high-school graduate to serve a year or two of either military or nonprofit service, as Congressman Charlie Rangel has proposed every year for...
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Caroline Arnold
Turkeys: Personal, Political & Planetary
My Thanksgiving for the election outcome was quickly tempered by gobbling from assorted turkeys -- personal, political, and planetary. Reviewing my personal finances at my kitchen table I found...
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Friday, November 17, 2006
Helen Thomas
Neocons Blame Bush for Iraq Fiasco
The mid-term elections sounded the requiem for the group of neoconservatives who helped design the disastrous U.S. invasion of Iraq.
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William Greider
Watershed: The Democrats Weren't Ready for This
The Democratic Party was not really ready for this. Democrats have been in the wilderness so long--since Ronald Reagan launched the conservative era twenty-five years ago--that older liberals began...
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Thursday, November 16, 2006
Norman Solomon
The New Media Offensive for the Iraq War
The American media establishment has launched a major offensive against the option of withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq. In the latest media assault, right-wing outfits like Fox News and the Wall...
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Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Amy Goodman
Bush Has Chance to Hold Terrorists Accountable
The troops marched slowly, their U.S.-made M-16s raised. It was Nov. 12, 1991, a day that would forever be seared into my memory, and into history. I was reporting in East Timor, a small island...
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Tuesday, November 14, 2006
John Buell
Protecting Democracy in a Lame Duck Congress
Democracy is more than simply the biennial ritual of electing our D.C. representatives. Political theorists have long debated the nature and prerequisites of democracy, but at a minimum it includes...
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Monday, November 13, 2006
James Carroll
War, Religion, and Gay Rights
In Jerusalem, Muslims and Jews have found common cause: attacking gay people. A gay pride parade was scheduled for Friday. In Palestinian areas, Muslim leaders vigorously condemned homosexuality as...
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Sunday, November 12, 2006
Jeff Faux
Reagan Era Is over: Are Democrats Ready?
After World War I a French general was asked how one beats the Germans. "Retreat and retreat," was the reply, "and wait for the German mistake." Last week, the Democrats recaptured the Congress by...
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