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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Howard Zinn
Check the Facts Before Rushing to War
After a year of fighting in Iraq and an occupation fraught with violence, surely it is not rash to suggest, given the debacle over missing "weapons of mass destruction," that it is a good general...
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Tuesday, April 13, 2004
William Greider
Damaged Goods
How Far Will Republicans Go to Hold Onto Power?
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Monday, April 12, 2004
Ralph Nader
Spinning Wheels - Our Continual Refusal to Raise CAFE Standards
T.S. Elliot once wrote, "April is the cruelest month. . . ." He wasn't referring to the unfilled promise of The New York Auto Show - which is featuring "advances" in automotive engineering this week...
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Thom Hartmann
Exposing the Conservative Straw Man - "Productivity"
Thomas Jefferson wrote in a September 28, 1821 letter, "The government of the United States, at a very early period, when establishing its tariff on foreign importations, were very much guided in...
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Friday, April 9, 2004
Marty Jezer
Economic Recovery: Losers and Winners
The American economy, indeed capitalism itself, has always gone through boom and bust cycles. Like night dawning into day, cyclical recessions followed by economic recoveries are inevitable, no...
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Thursday, April 8, 2004
Jonathan Schell
The Phantom Sovereign
The Iraqi struggle for independence from American rule has begun in earnest. US forces there now face a double insurrection-one part Sunni Muslim, the other Shiite Muslim-that threatens at the same...
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Wednesday, April 7, 2004
Robert C. Byrd
A Call for an Exit Door from Iraq
US Senate Floor Remarks -- April 7, 2004
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John R. MacArthur
Bob Graham: A Man Too Decent to be Nominated
I DON'T KNOW where Sen. Bob Graham acquired his strong sense of propriety and proportion. His half-brother Philip, the late Washington Post publisher, famously had little. But chances are that Bob...
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Tom Gallagher
Democrats and Wars
"We are not going to run out of town because some people were lawless in Fallujah." -Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi One thing Democratic Party leaders certainly need to avoid, if they really want to...
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Tuesday, April 6, 2004
Helen Thomas
Iraq War Becoming a Quagmire
It was supposed to be a cakewalk for the American troops invading Iraq. The Iraqis were to throw flowers as the conquerors marched in and took over their country. That was the fantasy of President...
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John Buell
Does Spain's Decision Show Restraint or Appeasement?
The bomb blasts last month in Spain did more than defeat the ruling party. They revealed gaping wounds in international and domestic politics. Within hours of the train blasts, terrorism experts...
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Friday, April 2, 2004
Ralph Nader
A Chill Wind Blows Through Cooperstown
One year ago, following Major League Baseball's opening week and the second week of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon were denied an appearance at the National Baseball...
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Thursday, April 1, 2004
Kumar Venkat
What Kind of Productivity Do We Need?
On my last visit to India, I walked into a restroom at the airport in Bangalore, the high-tech capital of India, and was greeted by an attendant whose job was to dispense liquid soap and paper towels...
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Caroline Arnold
A Cautionary Tale for April First
In honor of April Fools' Day we will consider assorted human follies, including the hapless Henny-Penny and her friends, who, after a pea fell on Henny-Penny's head, believed that "The Sky Is Falling...
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Monday, March 29, 2004
Danny Schechter
Clarke and the Media Failures of 9-11
NEW YORK -- Please raise your hand if the name Richard Clarke rang a bell for you three weeks ago? How many of us knew who he was or what he did? And who among us can cite examples of TV stories or...
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Friday, March 26, 2004
Robert Freeman
Purging The Ghosts of Vietnam
March 29th marks the thirty first anniversary of America's military withdrawal from Vietnam. In the midst of a new war, we should examine the ending of this other war-the Only War America Ever Lost...
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Thursday, March 25, 2004
Peter Singer
Bush's Meandering Moral Compass
In the presidential election that brought George W. Bush to power, the moral character of the candidates was a significant factor with some voters. Among those who rated honesty as an important...
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Norman Solomon
The Media Politics of 9/11
For 30 months, 9/11 was a huge political blessing for George W. Bush. This week, the media halo fell off. Within the space of a few days, culminating with his testimony to the Sept. 11 commission...
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Tuesday, March 23, 2004
John Buell
Marriage and Civic Equality
President Bush tells us that marriage between a man and a woman is a pillar of our civilization. Yet long before same-sex marriage debates, who could marry and what marriage meant were contested...
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Huck Gutman
Outsourcing in the Developing and Developed World
Part Two: The Age of India Cometh
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Friday, March 19, 2004
Nancy Snow
We Aren't the World
There comes a time when we heed a certain call When the world must come together as one There are people dying Oh, and it's time to lend a hand to life The greatest gift of all.' -- "We Are the World...
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Thursday, March 18, 2004
James Mann
The Armageddon Plan: Cheney & Rumsfeld Have Practiced Running the Country
At least once a year during the 1980s Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld vanished. Cheney was working diligently on Capitol Hill, as a congressman rising through the ranks of the Republican leadership...
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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Patrick Coy
Myth Making and Spitting Images from Vietnam
With nearly 550 US soldiers killed - so far -- in the invasion and occupation of Iraq, our country is revisiting many of the images and issues of the Vietnam War. Thus we hear much about a quagmire...
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Monday, March 15, 2004
Jeff Cohen
Liars Lose -- The Lessons of Regime Change in Spain
"Political shock in Spain!" blared ABC News on Sunday night, as regime change came to Madrid. Along with Tony Blair, Spain's conservative Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar had been the staunchest of...
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Friday, March 12, 2004
Marty Jezer
My Winter
I've been spending this winter much as I spent last: recovering from testicular cancer. Some readers are probably muttering, "thank you for sharing," and are ready to move on. I understand that. My...
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Thursday, March 11, 2004
Jonathan Schell
The Empire Backfires
The first anniversary of the American invasion of Iraq has arrived.
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Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Bernie Sanders
How a Bad Bill Becomes Law
Remember the elementary school lesson "How a Bill Becomes a Law"? Well, George W. Bush and Republican Leadership in Congress redefined lawmaking when they forced their Medicare law through Congress...
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Tuesday, March 9, 2004
Pierre Tristam
The Dead, the Bad and the Ugly: President's Ad Blitz Bombs 9/11
It was never a question of whether, but of how President Bush would use the graveyards of Sept. 11 to season his re-election campaign. The question was just answered: By eroticizing the dead of that...
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John Buell
Ralph Nader's Untimely Campaign in Perspective
I have admired Ralph Nader for many years. I met him in 1976 while working as an assistant editor of The Progressive magazine. In the summer of 2000 my wife and I discussed his candidacy with him and...
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Monday, March 8, 2004
William Greider
Dean's Rough Ride
In forty years of observing presidential contests, I cannot remember another major candidate brutalized so intensely by the media, with the possible exception of George Wallace. Howard Dean...
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Wednesday, March 3, 2004
Laura Orlando
What's in a Name? EPA Proposes to Call Sewage Sludge "Compost"
Juliet said to Romeo, "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." When Juliet spoke to Romeo in Capulet's orchard, she had nary a thought about sewage sludge...
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Monday, March 1, 2004
Robert C. Byrd
A Budget of Gimmicks, False Promises, and Unrealistic Expectations
US Senate Floor Remarks -- February 27, 2004
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Robert Freeman
Will The End of Oil Mean The End of America?
In Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance , Robert Pirsig tells the story of a South American Indian tribe that has devised an ingenious monkey trap. The Indians cut off the small end of a coconut...
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Tom Gallagher
The March Primary -- Your Last Chance to Vote Against the War?
Last year at this time, opposition to the Bush Administration's preemptive war in Iraq filled the streets of cities and towns around the world. While it obviously failed to preempt the preemption,...
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Jonathan Schell
Kerry and War
John Kerry has been twice a hero. First, as a soldier in Vietnam, he displayed extraordinary physical courage, winning the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and three Purple Hearts. Once, injured and...
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Friday, February 27, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Iraq More Than Bush Bargained For
In 1914 the German General Staff had a perfect plan for winning a war with France. It was called the Schlieffen plan. It forecast that Germany could mobilize its entire reserve army on the efficient...
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Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Amy Goodman, Jeremy Scahill
Haiti’s Lawyer: US Is Arming Anti-Aristide Paramilitaries, Calls For UN Peacekeepers
The US lawyer representing the government of Haiti charged today that the US government is directly involved in a military coup attempt against the country's democratically elected President, Jean-...
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Tuesday, February 24, 2004
John Buell
Hunger and the Kindness of Strangers
Cold weather is a fact of nature during Maine winters. Unfortunately, many Maine citizens are as close to starvation as they are to freezing. Social policy could address starvation. Nonetheless, in...
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John Buell
Hunger and the Kindness of Strangers
Cold weather is a fact of nature during Maine winters. Unfortunately, many Maine citizens are as close to starvation as they are to freezing. Social policy could address starvation. Nonetheless, in...
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James Carroll
An Obscene Portrayal of Christ's Passion
"THE PASSION of The Christ" by Mel Gibson is an obscene movie. It will incite contempt for Jews. It is a blasphemous insult to the memory of Jesus Christ. It is an icon of religious violence. Like...
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Monday, February 23, 2004
Blair Bobier
It’s the Electoral System, Stupid!
George W. Bush lost the popular vote in the 2000 election and was installed as president by a questionable party-line vote of the U.S. Supreme Court despite the illegal and widespread...
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Friday, February 20, 2004
Thom Hartmann
Gay Marriage? Blame It On Jefferson...
"It's never been tried before." "The Bible doesn't mention it." "Civilized people have never done things this way." "No society in the 6000 years of the history of civilization since Gilgamesh has...
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Thursday, February 19, 2004
Howard Zinn
The Ultimate Betrayal
I cannot get out of my mind the photo that appeared on the front page of The New York Times on December 30, alongside a story by Jeffrey Gettleman. It showed a young man sitting on a chair facing a...
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Tuesday, February 17, 2004
James Carroll
A Wall Across the World
A FENCE, by definition, looks different from its opposite sides. Here in Israel the Sharon government is constructing what it calls a "terrorism prevention fence," a high cement barrier that will run...
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Huck Gutman
The Contest has Just Begun
Is the USA about to enter a time of significant political change? Since the presidential campaign has moved to center stage, that question hovers in the air.
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Friday, February 13, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Bush Playing us for Fools on WMD
The argument goes something like this: We didn't deceive you about the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The CIA deceived us. Therefore we will investigate them, but the investigation will be not...
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Tuesday, February 10, 2004
John Buell
Tasteless Halftimes: Advertising and Culture
Why should anyone have been so shocked by the sexually explicit content of the Super Bowl halftime show? Why especially should FCC Chairman Michael Powell be outraged? Powell celebrates the no-holds-...
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Sunday, February 8, 2004
Kevin Phillips
Bush Family Values: War, Wealth, Oil
Four generations have created an unsavory web of links that could prove an election-year Achilles' heel for the president
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Saturday, February 7, 2004
Ralph Nader
Let's Show Appreciation for the Cleaners of America
We pass by them without a murmur of salutation or gratitude. Yet we could not function without them. We would never do their work, yet they are among the lowest paid laborers in our country. Their...
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Sunday, February 1, 2004
Caroline Arnold
Challenge: Act Like Citizens, Not Subjects
French Revolutionist Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794) envisioned a "Republic of Virtue" that would reconstruct society according to certain universal, utopian and monolithic principles of goodness...
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Friday, January 30, 2004
Thom Hartmann
How Global Warming May Cause the Next Ice Age...
While global warming is being officially ignored by the political arm of the Bush administration, and Al Gore's recent conference on the topic during one of the coldest days of recent years provided...
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Monday, January 26, 2004
Ralph Nader
Runaway Corporate Compensation Packages Gaining Speed
In reading the latest news reports of uncontrollable corporate greed, I recalled the cover of Fortune Magazine about 2 years ago which headlined the runaway compensation packages of the big corporate...
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Tad Daley
Top Ten Responses To -- "I Love Kucinich But He Can't Win"
How many times have you heard someone say: "I love Kucinich ... but I just don't think he's electable"? I often encounter staffers for other candidates out here in Los Angeles where I'm based, and...
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Friday, January 23, 2004
Marty Jezer
I Am A Democrat Now
When this presidential campaign started, I thought John Kerry would be a shoe-in. He had everything going for him: a Vietnam combat hero and then an articulate and courageous leader of the anti-war...
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Thursday, January 22, 2004
Arundhati Roy
The New American Century
This article was adapted from Arundhati Roy's January 16 speech to the opening plenary of the World Social Forum in Mumbai
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Marian Wright Edelman
Old South Lingers in a Legal Lynching
There is a boy in Georgia who almost beat the odds. An African American born to a 15-year-old, drug-addicted mother and an absent father, Marcus Dixon nonetheless went on to become an honor student...
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Wednesday, January 21, 2004
Bernie Sanders
We Are the Majority
How do we build a political movement in this country that represents all of the people and not a handful of millionaires? The middle class is collapsing, the people on top are making out like bandits...
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Medea Benjamin
Code Pink says “Give Bush a Pink Slip!”
Bush’s speech to the nation was a combination of platitudes, exaggerations, half-truths and downright lies. Afghans would be curious to hear that their country is now free and prosperous, not a...
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Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Jeff Cohen
Iowa, The Democrats and the Media
As a supporter of Dennis Kucinich, I've talked to dozens of activists over the months (perhaps representative of thousands nationwide) who said that while Kucinich was their favorite choice, they...
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Thursday, January 15, 2004
Dr. Martin Luther King at Riverside Church, New York City, April 4, 1967 Martin Luther King, Jr
Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence
Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam
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Tuesday, January 13, 2004
John Buell
Well, Let Them Eat Mad Cows
Their reactions were as swift as they were predictable. Informed last month that a cow in Washington had been diagnosed with so-called mad cow disease, Secretary of Agriculture Anne Veneman and...
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Thursday, January 8, 2004
Nancy Snow
Kill Your TV: No Oops, I Really Mean it this Time
The first Monday of the New Year started like any other in America-full of cliche, celebrity, weather with Al and this: It was--it was like late--it was real early Saturday morning, we was--we was...
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Kumar Venkat
Free Trade: Benefit or Peril for the Environment?
One of the most contentious issues surrounding globalization is the concern that free trade hurts the environment, both locally and globally. The classic argument for free global trade is that it is...
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Andrew Nikiforuk
Mad Cow Disease: An Issue Comes to a Head
One mad cow is messy; two are messier. And in the next few months, if and when North American regulators actually begin to gather some real science by testing thousands of cows, the picture will...
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Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Helen Thomas
Remove Arrows from Dean's Back
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean says he knows he's the front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination "because I keep picking buckshot out of my rear end all the time." He...
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Tuesday, January 6, 2004
Michael Schwalbe
The Sport of Empire
Last summer my twelve-year-old nephew excitedly told me that he was finally going to get to play real football. That meant being on a school team, wearing a uniform, pads, and a helmet, and tackling...
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Thom Hartmann
A Fistful of Kryptonite Against SuperGeorge...
In this season of blockbuster movies, it's useful to remember that one of the first lessons aspiring novelists and screenwriters learn is that the goodness of a hero is defined by a single quality -...
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Monday, January 5, 2004
Robert Freeman
How Will Bush Deal With the Deficits? Connecting the Dots to Iraq
Republican hearts are all aflutter over one quarter of strong GDP numbers. But the 8.2% third quarter growth was purchased on credit-the $374 billion budget deficit that was the largest in the...
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Friday, January 2, 2004
Tom Turnipseed
Courageous African-American Woman Brings Us Hope For Peace
On New Years Eve I was honored to stand next to Harriet Elaine Johnson and her husband for an hour at our weekly peace vigil in front of the South Carolina State House. Ms. Johnson held a sign that...
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Norman Solomon
George Will's Ethics: None of Our Business?
We can argue about George Will's political views. But there's no need to debate his professional ethics. Late December brought to light a pair of self-inflicted wounds to the famous columnist's...
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Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Medea Benjamin
10 Good Things About a Bad Year
No two ways about it, 2003 was a demoralizing year for those of us working for peace and justice. With George Bush in the White House, Arnold Schwarzenegger in the California State House, and Paul...
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Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Ralph Nader
Memoirs of a 'Racketeer for Capitalism'
Perusing through a history book as a college student, I came across a jolting declaration in a footnote by one of the most highly decorated soldier of the twentieth century. He said: "I spent 33...
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Friday, December 26, 2003
Norman Solomon
The Unpardonable Lenny Bruce
No doubt Lenny Bruce would have laughed with at least a tinge of bitterness if -- like millions of Americans -- he picked up a newspaper the day before Christmas 2003 and read that he'd been "...
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Tuesday, December 23, 2003
Helen Thomas
Cheney Should Check his Own 'Facts'
WASHINGTON -- Look who's talking. Vice President Dick Cheney is accusing the press of "cheap-shot journalism" in covering the Bush administration, claiming "people don't check the facts." Cheney is...
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Saturday, December 20, 2003
Thom Hartmann
Conservatives Target Testicles
Rush Limbaugh just declared psychological war on the working white males of America, although most of them probably didn't realize it. This week Limbaugh rolled out a "funny" faux advertisement for...
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Friday, December 19, 2003
Helen Thomas
Saddam Should Face International Court
Saddam Hussein should be tried by the International Court of Justice at The Hague. That court has a record of meting out justice to people accused of genocide and other gross violations of human...
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Naomi Klein
Risky Business in Iraq
It's 8:40 am and the Sheraton Hotel ballroom thunders with the sound of plastic explosives pounding against metal. No, this is not the Sheraton in Baghdad, it's the one in Arlington, Virginia. And it...
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The Enola Gay Kai Bird, Martin Sherwin
The Enola Gay: Ugly History Hides in Plain Sight
This week, the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum unveiled a fully restored, finely polished artifact of World War II — a Boeing B-29 "Superfortress." This particular airplane — the Enola...
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Wednesday, December 17, 2003
Cole C. Campbell
'Buried Secrets, Brutal Truths': A Big Story - but Little Noted by Big Media
Between May and November of 1967, Tiger Force - an elite platoon of the Army's 101st Airborne Division - killed and maimed dozens, and most likely hundreds, of Vietnamese civilians. Four years later...
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Robert Fisk
Saddam Hussein, Like Adolf Hitler, Will Live on for Millions of People
Was this really the man with whom I shook hands almost a quarter of a century ago? I've spent 24 hours looking again and again at those videotapes. The more I look, the more Saddam turns into a wild...
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Ira Chernus
U.S. "Torture Lite" Led To Saddam's Capture
"This guy was in interrogation. He wasn't willingly giving stuff up." That' s what an officer involved in Saddam's capture told the Washington Post. If the informant who led U.S. forces to Saddam...
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Matthew Harwood
Bush Administration Newspeak on Iraq
George Orwell was an uncommonly perceptive man. Because of his fiction and essays, words and concepts such as newspeak and doublethink have been ingrained into the popular political lexicon. Orwell...
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Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Bill C. Davis
Saddamania
Like a figure you love to hate in Wrestlemania operas, Saddam is a pumped-up hyped reality whose intense wattage is useful to the extent that it gives a patina of heroism to the very people who have...
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John Buell
Capturing the Wicked Witch of Iraq
The announcement Sunday that United States troops had captured Saddam Hussein should be greeted as good news by all. Even ill-conceived invasions can bring ancillary benefits. Removing any...
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Friday, December 12, 2003
Barbara Dudley
The Case for Protectionism
The last three months have witnessed the collapse of WTO negotiations in Cancun, and the near collapse in Miami of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), with an eleventh hour rescue that saved...
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Marty Jezer
Hearts and Minds
The Pentagon has embarked on a new policy in Iraq. Taking inspiration and instruction from the Israeli government of Ariel Sharon, the U.S. has started to destroy buildings suspected of being used by...
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Thursday, December 11, 2003
Kumar Venkat
Global Trade = Global Warming
Recent news that Russia is unlikely to ratify the Kyoto Protocol -- which would deliver a deathblow to the world's first climate change pact -- comes at a time when the need for a comprehensive...
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Saturday, December 6, 2003
Ralph Nader
Be Leery of Binding Arbitration Agreements
"Americans are in love with their cars" is a badly overworked phrase, but it is a cliche that rings the cash registers at car dealers to the tune of $650 billion dollars of new car sales annually.
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Friday, December 5, 2003
Marty Jezer
Other People's History
The old political dictum “to the victor belong the spoils,” often applies to history as well as to political patronage. For one of the benefits of being a “victor” is the opportunity to shape the...
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Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Barbara Dudley
FTAA Collapse in Miami: Something to Celebrate
The FTAA meeting in Miami represented a great victory for global justice activists throughout the Americas; but as is so often the case with the left in the US, anti-FTAA activists are finding it...
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Tuesday, December 2, 2003
John Buell
Lessons Across the Pond About European Nations
If the Bush administration's denunciations of Europe often are overdrawn and even a source of future embarrassment, liberals and the left are not immune from periodic overdoses of Europhilia. Like...
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Monday, December 1, 2003
Jeff Cohen
Bush and Iraq: Mass Media, Mass Ignorance
Bush and Iraq: Mass Media, Mass Ignorance
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Friday, November 28, 2003
Ralph Nader
If Sam's Club Can Negotiate for Lower Pharmaceutical Prices, Why Can't Uncle Sam?
If Sam's Club can negotiate for lower pharmaceutical prices, why can't Uncle Sam? Because the approval by the Congress of a new pharmaceutical benefit for Medicare was saddled with a legal provision...
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Thursday, November 27, 2003
Marty Jezer
Who to be Thankful For
Thanksgiving was first celebrated in the autumn of 1621 by the Pilgrims who, a year earlier, had carved the Plymouth Colony out of the New England wilderness. Ninety local Indians joined the settlers...
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Wednesday, November 26, 2003
William Greider
Why I'm for Dean
First, the rivals saw him as a McGovernite lefty from the 1960s. When that didn't take, they decided to depict him as a right-wing clone of Newt Gingrich who wants to dismantle Medicare and Social...
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Tuesday, November 25, 2003
Naomi Klein
The War on Dissent: Heavy-handed Police and Propaganda Tactics Brought Baghdad to Miami
In December, 1990, U.S. President George Bush Sr. traveled through South America to sell the continent on a bold new dream: "a free-trade system that links all of the Americas." Addressing the...
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Jeremy Scahill
The Miami Model: Paramilitaries, Embedded Journalists and Illegal Protests. Think This is Iraq? It’s Your Country
MIAMI -- We were loading our video equipment into the trunk of our car when a fleet of bicycle cops sped up and formed a semi-circle around us. The lead cop was none other than Miami Police Chief...
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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Katharine Ainger
In the Line of Fire: The Policing of Mass Demonstrations is Becoming Increasingly Repressive and Politicized
As President Bush arrives in London amid unprecedented security, the politicization of policing across Europe has never been clearer. This is a lesson Simon Chapman, a young British man detained on...
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Sunday, November 16, 2003
Robert Freeman
How We Know Bush Will "Cut and Run" from Iraq
It looks like it's official. We're going to "cut and run" from Iraq. Oh, to be sure, that's not what the standard press reports say. They say the president insists, "We will NOT cut and run from Iraq...
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Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Howard Clinton?
Howard Dean is a man with strong Clinton-esque tendencies. He's a self-described triangulator. Say good words about the environment. Take some positive action. Schmooze with the environmentalists...
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