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Friday, November 11, 2005
Andrew Greeley
War Blurs Lines Between Good, Evil
They have rededicated the Lady Church (Frauenkirche) in Dresden. This baroque gem from the 1700s was destroyed -- along with much of the city and 130,000 lives -- by Royal Air Force bombers in...
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Sam Husseini
Zarqawi and Bush Bomb Because We Let Them
A group calling itself "Al-Qaeda in Iraq" has reportedly claimed responsibility for the bombings in Jordan; the group is headed by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who takes his name from the impoverished town...
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Medea Benjamin, Gayle Brandeis
Support Our Troops
We see them every day on the back windows of SUVs, on the fuel doors of sedans--stickers and magnets that say "Support Our Troops." Sometimes they sport yellow ribbons; sometimes American flags...
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Thursday, November 10, 2005
Molly Ivins
Some Kind of Manly
Bush administration, dead to morality, says torture is the American way
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Monday, November 7, 2005
James Carroll
Deconstructing Cheney
The Indictment of the vice president's chief of staff for perjury and obstruction of justice is an occasion to consider just how damaging the long public career of Richard Cheney has been to the...
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Sunday, November 6, 2005
Jonathan Schell
Faith and Fraud
A factitious picture of the world built up by the Bush Administration over its five years in power is now going to pieces before our eyes. Great jagged spikes of reality, like the crags of the...
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Ralph Nader
Hedge Funds Against Malaria
Suppose every day for the past umpteen years, four fully loaded Boeing 747 Jumbo Jets crashed full of African children. Suppose further that no one doubted that similar children-filled jumbo jets...
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Friday, November 4, 2005
Naomi Klein
The Threat of Hope in Latin America
When Manuel Rozental got home one night last month, friends told him two strange men had been asking questions about him. In this close-knit indigenous community in southwestern Colombia ringed by...
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Norman Solomon
Axis of Hardliners, From Tehran to Washington
The huge gap between Tehran and Washington has widened in recent months. Top officials of Iran and the United States are not even within shouting distance. The styles of rhetoric differ, but the...
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William Greider
All the King's Media
Amid the smoke and stench of burning careers, Washington feels a bit like the last days of the ancien régime. As the world's finest democracy, we do not do guillotines. But there are other less...
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Thursday, November 3, 2005
Michele Simon
McDonald's Labeling Scheme: Not Lovin' It
Last week, McDonald's announced its latest attempt to mutate into a responsible corporate citizen. Starting in 2006, the fast food behemoth promises to place nutrition information on the 'packaging'...
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Wednesday, November 2, 2005
Dennis Kucinich
Democrats: It's the War
Ending the war in Iraq is right for a lot of reasons. The war was unjustified, unnecessary and unprovoked. It is counterproductive, strengthening al-Qaeda and weakening the moral authority of the...
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Monday, October 31, 2005
Norman Solomon
After the Libby Indictment, the Press Is Acquitting Itself
A lot of media outlets are now scrutinizing some of the lies told by the Bush administration before the invasion of Iraq. Yet the same news organizations are bypassing their own key roles in the...
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Sunday, October 30, 2005
Rick Chamberlin
Let Us Honor Rosa Parks—By Shattering the Myths About Her
It is right and good that at this time we should celebrate and honor the life and legacy of Rosa Parks. Her brave, dignified act of civil disobedience on a Montgomery, Alabama bus in 1955...
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Friday, October 28, 2005
Norman Solomon
At the White House, the Spin Doctor Is Ill
While indictment fever gripped the Washington press corps this month, the president's spin doctor was incapacitated. An ailing Karl Rove could not help the Republican search for a media cure. With...
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Thursday, October 27, 2005
Stan Goff
Out of Iraq, Now
George W. Bush doesn't read many memos and he apparently doesn't read history. He should. Then he'd know more about the Pentagon Papers.
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Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Deborah James, Kevin Danaher
China: Time for Grassroots Diplomacy, Not WTO Expansion
The ethnic Tibetan farmer carves up yak meat for a barbeque our group of visiting Americans is about to share with local villagers in Shangri-La, China. Suddenly, we hear a strange chirping sound,...
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Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Bill Moyers
Finding Justice In Charity
This piece is adapted from a speech Moyers presented to a wealth and giving forum on Oct. 24, 2005. Moyers also serves as president of the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy . I was pleased to...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
The Business Climate Hoax
President Bush just can't leave bad enough alone. With the Gulf Coast physically battered by Hurricane Katrina, the president's reconstruction plan is on track to do further harm to a region that was...
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Monday, October 24, 2005
Jeff Cohen
Weaponsgate is a Media Scandal
I admit it: I'm gleeful about the White House scandal, as indictments appear imminent. These last days have been some of the happiest since Team Bush seized power 57 months ago. It couldn't happen to...
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Norman Solomon
Iraq Is Not Vietnam. But...
Many politicians and pundits have told us that "Iraq is not Vietnam." Certainly, any competent geographer would agree. Substantively, the histories of Iraq and Vietnam are very different. And the...
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Friday, October 21, 2005
Helen Thomas
Peace Prize Rebuffs U.S. Stand on War
WASHINGTON -- The Nobel Prize committee has taken another slap at the Bush administration for its war in Iraq. The committee awarded the prestigious 2005 peace prize to Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei and the...
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Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Robert Freeman
Fixing the U.S. by Making the Chinese Into Debtors
Karl Marx once commented, "History repeats itself, the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce." The Bush administration may bear the dubious distinction of being the first government in...
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Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Robert Crawford
The Tarnish of Torture
The Bush administration wishes the torture issue would go away. Given his escalating problems of credibility, the president hardly needs prominent members of his own party reviving the horrors of Abu...
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John Buell
Moral Hysteria and the Persecution of Difference
In 1692, the "city upon a hill" faced unprecedented crises. The Crown had revoked its charter and ordered the arch-Puritan colony to tolerate dissenting faiths. Puritans were engaged in a bloody war...
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Monday, October 17, 2005
James Carroll
All God, All the Time
When they told us in Sunday School that God is everywhere, they could have been talking about the recent news cycle. With Harriet Miers, we see that God lives in the politics of the US Supreme Court...
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Saturday, October 15, 2005
Ralph Nader
New Orleans Can Give New Life to the Cooperative Movement
New Orleans, the largest city devastated by two Hurricanes, lies in ruins. The reconstruction plans are forming and the usual commercial interests are in the forefront to receive large subsidies,...
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Tom Turnipseed
Total Victory
''We're never going to back down, we're never going to give in, we'll never accept anything less than total victory,'' was President Bush's message to U.S. troops in Iraq from the White House in a...
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Friday, October 14, 2005
William Greider
Squeezing the Have-Nots
The country is overloaded now with explosive political preoccupations, too many to keep straight, but there is one more potential disaster lurking behind the headlines--the economy. Not to worry, say...
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John Buell
Nightmares and Dreams: The Auto in American Life
Has the American way of life-- especially our love affair with big cars--reached a tipping point? Our media were recently filled with images of endless gridlock as citizens evacuated Houston. We...
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Dave Zirin
Tribute to August Wilson: Breaking Down Fences
Sometimes an artist dies who has burrowed so deeply into our consciousness, we feel more than a tangible sense of loss; we feel pain. I felt this way when Miles Davis died. I felt this way when Sarah...
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Thursday, October 13, 2005
How to Lose an Election
As George W. Bush's approval ratings sink below 40%, and the GOP and all its projects, from the Iraq War to Social Security "reform" to Hurricane Katrina recovery plans, seem to be going to pieces,...
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Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Molly Ivins
GOP Stands Up For U.S. Right to Torture
On one of those television gong shows that passes for journalism, the panelists used to have to pick an Outrage of the Week. Then, each performer would wax indignant about his or choice for 60...
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Monday, October 10, 2005
James Carroll
The Labyrinth of Iraq
THE ANCIENT myth has it that a person entering the maze will never find the way out. As if that were not terrifying enough, inside the maze lives the beast whose special appetite is for the young...
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Saturday, October 8, 2005
Ralph Nader
Bush's Crony Capitalism: Unaccountable, Unauditable & Out of Control
Amidst the wailing and grieving by those many victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita comes the growls of greed from those corporations getting huge contracts from the US government to supply...
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Friday, October 7, 2005
Bill Moyers
A Question for Journalists: How Do We Cover Penguins and the Politics of Denial?
Keynote Speech to the Society of Environmental Journalists Convention Austin, Texas - October 1, 2005 Thank you for inviting me here today and for counting me as a colleague. I don't fit neatly into...
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Caroline Arnold
Pros and Cons, and Our National Agenda
The first time I called the Congressional Research Service Hot Line to get an answer for a constituent inquiry I apologized to the researcher for the triviality of the question. "Oh, that's nothing...
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Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Molly Ivins
Christian Soldier on the High Court
AUSTIN, Texas -- Uh-oh. Now we are in trouble. Doesn't take much to read the tea leaves on the Harriet Miers nomination. First, it's Bunker Time at the White House. Miers' chief qualification for...
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Tuesday, October 4, 2005
Pierre Tristam
Passionate About our Racism, Americans Adroit at its Export
"All peoples who have reached the point of becoming nations tend to despise foreigners, but there is not much doubt that the English-speaking races are the worst offenders. One can see this from the...
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Deborah James
World Social Forum, Venezuela: Another World Is Possible
January, 2005, Brazil President Chavez addresses the teeming Gigantinho stadium in Porto Alegre, Brazil on the last day of the World Social Forum. The massive crowd cheers wildly; thunderous applause...
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Thursday, September 29, 2005
Norman Solomon
Torture and the "Controversial" Arc of Injustice
Several decades ago, "controversial" subjects in news media included many issues that are now well beyond controversy. During the first half of the 1960s, fierce arguments raged in print and on the...
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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Molly Ivins
Baghdad on the Bayou
AUSTIN, Texas - The Big Whew blew over Texas, leaving Port Arthur underwater and whole lot of stress across the state. It is highly stressful to be in a car with two adults, three children, the dog...
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Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Stacy Bannerman
National Guard Sent to Protect Oil, Not People
Hurricane Katrina blew apart President Bush's rickety arguments about how invading Iraq would make us safe. We don't know Hurricane Katrina's death toll, or how many Americans might have lived had...
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Monday, September 26, 2005
Norman Solomon
The News Media and the Antiwar Movement
It's reasonable to estimate that more than a quarter of a million people demonstrated against the Iraq war on Saturday in Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other U.S. cities. The next day,...
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James Carroll
Lessons From a Fallen Empire
ROME - To be in Rome is to stand, as it were, before a canyon wall on which the tell-tale marks were made by human hands instead of wind, sun, and rain. The primordial world lives in the ruined Forum...
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Friday, September 23, 2005
Molly Ivins
Bush’s Petulant Pique Appointments
AUSTIN, Texas -- So here are all the liberals going into a giant snit just because President Bush appointed a veterinarian to head the women's health section of the Food and Drug Administration. For...
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Wednesday, September 21, 2005
US Supreme Court John Buell
On Judicial Politics
No issue divides our politics more bitterly than judicial appointments. John Roberts' confirmation hearings have been tame thus far and his confirmation seems likely as I write this essay...
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Monday, September 19, 2005
Norman Solomon
Dodging the Costs of the Warfare State
The New York Times began this week with an editorial that typifies the media mind-set of the warfare state. Monday's editorial warns of dire consequences from a growing deficit that has been boosted...
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Sam Husseini
Iraq: The Exit Strategy
In the days after 9/11 I was on a couple of panels about the attacks. Several months later while doing a vanity Google search I came across a falsified depiction of what I said in a magazine called...
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Sunday, September 18, 2005
Tom Turnipseed
The March of the Penguins and Enron, the Smartest Guys in the Room: How Penguins and People Adapt to the Natural World
At a recent conference, young Republicans were urged to see the documentary March of the Penguins, according to The New York Times. Conservative film critic Michael Medved said the film is "the...
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Friday, September 16, 2005
William Greider
A 'New' New Deal
The catastrophe, as many seem to grasp, is one of those big moments that jolt public consciousness and alter the course of national history. I would go further and describe it as an exclamation point...
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Max Blumenthal
The Many Faces of Dr. Coburn
On the first day of hearings on Judge John G. Roberts Jr.'s nomination to Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court, before a Russell Senate Office Building Caucus Room overflowing with members of the...
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Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Robert C. Byrd
A Call for Debate on National Priorities
US Senate Floor Remarks -- September 13, 2005
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Molly Ivins
W. Loves Politics, Hates Governing
AUSTIN, Texas -- Here's a good idea: Consumer groups and progressive congressfolks have joined in an effort to stop hundreds of thousands of victims of Hurricane Katrina from being further harmed by...
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Norman Solomon
The News Media Are Knocking Bush -- and Propping Him Up
This month we've heard a lot of talk about journalists who got tough with President Bush. And it's true that he has been on the receiving end of some fiercely negative media coverage in the wake of...
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Monday, September 12, 2005
James Carroll
Church, State, and Katrina
The disaster on the Gulf Coast is the occasion for public prayer. President Bush invites the nation this week to place the victims of Katrina in the hands of an all-loving God, an impulse many of us...
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Sunday, September 11, 2005
Norman Solomon
9/11 and Manipulation of the USA
Traveling from New York City in late September 2001, on a pre-scheduled book tour, author Joan Didion spoke with audiences in several cities on the West Coast. In the wake of 9/11, she later wrote, "...
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Saturday, September 10, 2005
Blair Bobier
The War on Errorism
The Errorists have struck again. This time it was New Orleans; next time it could be your city. Make no mistake about it: these insidious Errorists are deadly and determined to destroy the American...
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Friday, September 9, 2005
Andrew Greeley
2 Deadly Sins Did Big Easy In
The terrible, tragic mess in New Orleans reflects and adds to the economic and social mess in the whole country. The foolish, endless war in Iraq has pushed the national debt beyond all reasonable...
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Bill Moyers
9/11 And The Sport of God
This article is adapted from Bill Moyer's address this week at Union Theological Seminary in New York, where Judith and Bill Moyers received the seminary's highest award, the Union Medal, for their...
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Martin Schönfeld
America's Darwin Awards and a Philosophy Assignment
The horrors of America's downward spiral are lessons for a global Enlightenment, and if we are unwilling to heed past experiences, we will invite even more catastrophic news. Seen in a Kantian light-...
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Monday, September 5, 2005
James Carroll
Katrina's Truths
Labor Day is the true American New Year's, the day of fresh beginnings -- and this year it's just in time. The broader culture takes its cue from school children, who leave the house this week...
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Saturday, September 3, 2005
Ralph Nader
'A Balanced Life'
For over two years I have been saying that the Mayor of Baghdad, George W. Bush, should be paying attention to America, including its massively unmet public works needs. But the President, who...
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Friday, September 2, 2005
Norman Solomon
Ending the Impunity of the Bush White House
The man in the Oval Office is fond of condemning "killers." But his administration continues to kill with impunity. "They can go into Iraq and do this and do that," Martha Madden, former secretary of...
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William Greider
Alan Greenspan: The One-Eyed King
When Alan Greenspan retires as Federal Reserve chairman early next year, we can expect waves of adulation for his extraordinary eighteen-year reign over the American economy. The financial press is...
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Thursday, September 1, 2005
Molly Ivins
Why New Orleans is in Deep Water
Like many of you who love New Orleans, I find myself taking short mental walks there today, turning a familiar corner, glimpsing a favorite scene, square or vista. And worrying about the beloved...
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Wednesday, August 31, 2005
Phyllis Bennis
A Declaration Of War
The Bush administration has declared war on the world. The 450 changes that Washington is demanding to the action agenda that will culminate at the September 2005 United Nations summit don’t...
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Norman Solomon
The National Guard Belongs in New Orleans and Biloxi. Not Baghdad.
The men and women of the National Guard shouldn't be killing in Iraq. They should be helping in New Orleans and Biloxi. The catastrophic hurricane was an act of God. But the U.S. war effort in Iraq...
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Russell Mokhiber
Who Did Bill Black Offend at the LBJ School?
He was up for tenure. At the same time, he was out with a blockbuster book on corporate crime. Not a good combo for William K. Black. Black's book -- The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One: How...
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MISSION ACCOMPLISHED? U.S. President George W. Bush meets with the crew aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, left, where he announced the end of all major combat in Iraq on May 1, 2003. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters File Photo) Donald Kaul
So That's Why We're in Iraq
Finally, after many fits and false starts, President Bush has given us a good reason to support the war in Iraq. We must fight the war in Iraq, he says, to honor the soldiers who already have been...
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Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Helen Thomas
Democrats Still Backing Senseless War
It's time for the Democratic Party to take a courageous stand and call for the withdrawal of troops from the senseless war in Iraq. Its human cost and the billion-dollars-a-week tab in Iraq should...
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Monday, August 29, 2005
Norman Solomon
Triangulation for War
Over the weekend, a spectrum of liberal responses to Cindy Sheehan came into sharper focus. The message is often anti-Bush... but not necessarily anti-war. Frank Rich spun out his particular style of...
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Thom Hartmann
George W. Bush's Noble Cause - 'Political Capital'
Cindy Sheehan continues to ask George W. Bush what the "Noble Cause" was for which her son died in Iraq, and why Bush's daughters haven't enlisted in this Cause. While Bush talked to us about WMDs,...
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Sunday, August 28, 2005
Christine Rose
Our Arrogance Will be the End of Us
“At first, I thought ‘How dare you say that about my America,’ she said looking at me through squinted eyes, “but then I saw it, our arrogance will be the end of us.” She explained to me how she and...
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Caroline Arnold
Reviving Democracy in Portage County, Ohio
A few days after I hosted a Moveon.org Candlelight Vigil in Support of Cindy Sheehan on the steps of the Unitarian-Universalist Church of Kent an elderly man phoned me. He said he had been a working...
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Saturday, August 27, 2005
Ralph Nader
The Privatization of Our Public Universities
Soon millions of parents will be writing tuition checks for their children at public universities, believing that they are paying much less than the actual cost of an undergraduate education.
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Michele Simon
Big Soda's Publicity Stunt
Move over Big Tobacco, you've got competition in the Shameless PR award category. Last week, with much fanfare, the American Beverage Association (the trade group formerly known as the National Soft...
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Gar Smith
Bush's Exit Strategy: Escape to Crawford
On August 2, George W. Bush fled the clamor of the Capitol and hopped aboard Air Force One for a two-and-a-half-hour flight to his Texas ranch - 1,300 miles from the Oval Office. Bush's five-week...
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Friday, August 26, 2005
Medea Benjamin, Gayle Brandeis
Mother's Day in Crawford
When Cindy Sheehan marched into Crawford, Texas to ask President Bush why her son died in Iraq, it was Mother's Day. Not the Hallmark-infused, soft focus, breakfast-in-bed Mother's Day that shows up...
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Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Christian Appy
Military Families May Once Again Lead Us Out of War: Casualties in the Heartland, 1968/2005
"You bet your goddamn dollar I'm bitter. It's people like us who give up our sons for the country," said a firefighter whose son was killed in action. "Let's face it: if you have a lot of money, or...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Dr. Matt is Agitated
Dr. Matt Hahn is agitated. Steamed. Hot under the collar. People around him are fat. Out of shape. Blubbery. And drug reps keep bringing junk food into his office. Pizza with a ton of cheese. Cookies...
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Tuesday, August 23, 2005
Julia Olmstead
Our Reckless Chemical Dependence
Telling people to wash their faces with DDT would be like the insult "go jump off a cliff." We all know the chemical is extremely hazardous both to humans and wildlife. But it is said that 50 years...
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Sunday, August 21, 2005
Mazin Qumsiyeh
Illegal Occupation of Palestine
There has been a media circus fed by a huge Israeli-government public-relations effort to drum up sympathy for the "painful" relocation of Jewish settlers from Gaza. But who are these settlers, and...
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Saturday, August 20, 2005
Peter Singer
Un-American About Animals
What country has the most advanced animal protection legislation in the world? If you guessed the United States, go to the bottom of the class. The United States lags far behind all 25 nations of the...
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Friday, August 19, 2005
Andrew Greeley
Iraq Course Bound to End Badly
Every time our smirking, swaggering, stubborn, dishonest president promises "to stay the course" in Iraq I feel sick, especially when, dressed in a sport shirt and standing comfortably under the blue...
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Thursday, August 18, 2005
Norman Solomon
The Iraq War and MoveOn
The day after Wednesday night's nationwide vigils, the big headline at the top of the MoveOn.org home page said: "Support Cindy Sheehan." But MoveOn does not support Cindy Sheehan's call for swift...
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Nathan Newman
The Border is the Color Line of the 21st Century
Back in 1903, W.E.B DuBois wrote that "the problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line." And the 21st century color line is the border. What was the color line? It was the line...
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Wednesday, August 17, 2005
Norman Solomon
Blaming the Antiwar Messengers
The surge of antiwar voices in U.S. media this month has coincided with new lows in public approval for what pollsters call President Bush's "handling" of the Iraq war. After more than two years of a...
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Monday, August 15, 2005
Norman Solomon
Someone Tell Frank Rich the War Is Not Over
On Sunday, the New York Times published a piece by Frank Rich under the headline "Someone Tell the President the War Is Over." The article was a flurry of well-placed jabs about the Bush...
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Thom Hartmann
Jefferson Would Have Stood With Cindy Sheehan
Nationally, it was clearly a phenomenon when several truckers called into a radio show on Sirius Satellite to say that they were interrupting trips through central parts of the USA to head to...
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Sunday, August 14, 2005
Robert Freeman
Cindy Sheehan: Rosa Parks or Jane Fonda?
Is Cindy Sheehan the Rosa Parks or the Jane Fonda of the War in Iraq? Is she the lonely sentinel, standing righteously against injustice? Or a self-centered publicity seeker, endangering American...
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Thursday, August 11, 2005
Tom Gallagher
San Franciscans Oppose the War. Why Don't Their Representatives?
Given San Francisco's well deserved reputation as a center of the movement against the war against Iraq, many people outside the city may be surprised to learn that it does not have an antiwar...
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Wednesday, August 10, 2005
Phyllis Bennis
Bush Sends John Bolton to the United Nations
President George W. Bush, relying on an emergency constitutional provision designed for a mid-1700s era when congress met for only a few months each year and it took six months to get from anywhere...
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Norman Solomon
Rage Against the Killing of the Light
Mid-August 2005 may be remembered as a moment in U.S. history when the president could no longer get away with the media trick of solemnly patting death on its head. Unreality is a hallmark of media...
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Iraqi President Saddam Hussein greets Donald Rumsfeld, then special envoy of President Ronald Reagan, in Baghdad on December 20, 1983. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) Donald Kaul
Struggling to Find the Reasons for War
There was a story in “The New York Times” last week that should disabuse you of any illusions you may still have about why we went to war in Iraq. (Hint: it wasn’t weapons of mass destruction.) The “...
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Tuesday, August 9, 2005
Rev. John Dear
Hiroshima Day Speech at Los Alamos
On August 6, 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Hiroshima, over 500 people gathered for a rally at Los Alamos, New Mexico, birthplace of the bomb, to call for the end of...
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Monday, August 8, 2005
Norman Solomon
Big Star-Spangled Lies for War
A lot of people want to believe that the current war on Iraq is some kind of aberration -- a radical departure from the previous baseline of U.S. foreign policy. That's a comforting illusion. Yes,...
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Saturday, August 6, 2005
Ralph Nader
What's My Name, Fool? Sports and Resistance in the United States
Moving into bookstores across the country is a fresh historical account of American progressive resistance and political struggle. Focusing on the United States over the last century, the book...
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Friday, August 5, 2005
Amy Goodman, David Goodman
The Hiroshima Cover-Up
A story that the U.S. government hoped would never see the light of day finally has been published, 60 years after it was spiked by military censors. The discovery of reporter George Weller's...
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Thursday, August 4, 2005
Deborah James
Next Stop Post-CAFTA: Summit of the Americas Or, See You on the Beach in Argentina
The day before the passage of CAFTA in the US Congress, we received word that the US government had called for a meeting in Puebla, Mexico to try to revitalize the talks towards the proposed Free...
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