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Monday, May 6, 2002
Arundhati Roy
Democracy
Who's She When She's At Home?
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Tom Turnipseed
A Travesty of Justice
Governor Jim Hodges of South Carolina turned "thumbs down"and allowed the State of South Carolina to kill an innocent man. In doing so he lied about crucial facts to make himself look good to the...
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Saturday, May 4, 2002
Dennis Kucinich
Washington State Caucuses a Referendum on the War
My campaign is about the end of fear and the beginning of hope. When the lives of men and women who bravely serve this nation are at risk in Iraq, our civil liberties are in peril and the entire U.S...
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Wednesday, May 1, 2002
Jeff Cohen
What Is A Terrorist?
ter-ror-ist (ter'er-ist) n. 1. One who engages in acts or an act of terrorism. 2. One who leads an armed group that kills civilians as a means of political intimidation -- unless he terrorizes...
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Tuesday, April 30, 2002
Huck Gutman
President Bush and the Middle East
In a world where some problems appear intractable, insoluble, ever-festering, perhaps no problem seems larger or more threatening to world security than that of the Middle East.
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Friday, April 26, 2002
Norman Solomon
Media and the Hazards of Political Faith
Weeks before the 20th century ended, the pundit Michael Kinsley was uncommonly direct in a Time essay that defended the virtues of the World Trade Organization with these closing words: "But really,...
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Molly Ivins
Sharon and Bush are the Problem for Peace in the Middle East
AUSTIN, Texas — Great, now everyone who thinks Ariel Sharon is a screaming disaster for Israel has been read out of the pro-Israeli camp. This excommunication comes not from Israel — where quite a...
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Tom Turnipseed
Let's Stop the Killing of an Innocent Person
You can help stop the killing of an innocent person. Richard Charles Johnson was convicted on the testimony of a person who later admitted she lied at his trial and is scheduled to be executed by the...
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Marty Jezer
On Anti-Semitism
Among the many responses I've received for my columns on the Middle East two stand out. A number of non-Jews, in person and by e-mail, have told me, "You write what I believe, but I'm afraid to speak...
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Tuesday, April 23, 2002
James Carroll
The Quiet After the Siege
JERUSALEM -- ALWAYS A CITY to send bolts of recognition through your mind, Jerusalem is even more electric now, but in a ghostly way.
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Monday, April 22, 2002
Nancy Snow
Catching the Z(inn) Train
It's a Friday evening and the sun is setting in Newport Beach (think Beverly Hills with waves and lots of enhancement and augmentation surgeons). The Travel Channel named Newport Beach one of America...
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Friday, April 19, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
Latin America's Dilemma: Otto Reich's Propaganda is Reminiscent of the Third Reich
The Bush administration is engaging in damage control for their questionable involvement in the failed 2 day coup against the democratically elected government of President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela...
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Thursday, April 18, 2002
Frances Moore Lappé, Anna Lappé
Dispel the Myth That Cheap Food Comes Without High Costs
Earth Day is a perfect time to celebrate the first, true gift of the Earth to us: food. Before we toss our hats into the air, though, we might want to start with an admission. While we in the United...
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Wednesday, April 10, 2002
Ralph Nader
Whirlwind Wheelchair International
Corporate scandals, the threat of war in the Middle East and a sagging stock market are squeezing the flow of funds from foundations and other charitable donors across the nation. As a result, many...
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Monday, April 8, 2002
William Greider
Enron Democrats
If left-labor-liberal progressives had the cohesion and muscle of their right-wing opposites, they would be articulating a simple-to-understand litmus test for the Democratic Party--no "Enron...
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Friday, April 5, 2002
Nancy Snow
Globalization & the Ministry of Truth
"Seattle is dead." I recall someone mentioning this shorthand for the globalization protests against the World Trade Organization and IMF in the days following the September 11 attacks. The battle in...
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Wednesday, April 3, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
Stop the Killing Now!
It is time to declare a cease-fire and end the killing in the Middle East. The martial madness is lurching out-of-control and threatens to involve more countries and more innocent people. Jerusalem...
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Friday, March 22, 2002
Huck Gutman
Threats to Peace
A poem by the American poet Wallace Stevens begins, "After the final no there comes a yes/And on that yes the future world depends." If only the world leaders of our time would understand the...
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Andrew Greeley
We're No Safer Now Than We Were Sept. 10
The mix of self-pity and self-congratulation that marked the six-month anniversary of the World Trade Center catastrophe was both surrealistic and sick. In the midst of vows to move on to the ''...
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Wednesday, March 13, 2002
Judy Rebick
Our Friend or Foe? A Newly Militaristic US Presents the Canadian Left with a Clear Challenge
The shockwaves of Sept. 11 have made life more difficult for the left in Canada. Canada's increased militarization and the repression of civil rights have been disorienting. But our strategic...
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Tuesday, March 12, 2002
Nancy Snow
March Madness
Check your calendar. It's that time of year full of anticipation, excitement, familiar swagger and sure step. Boys will become men. Reputations will be made and lost. Some will just be glad to make...
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James Carroll
America as Sparta
WHEN DID ATHENS become Sparta? When did America redefine itself so profoundly around war?
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Thursday, March 7, 2002
Arundhati Roy
The Greater Common Good
India has 3,600 big dams—they have devoured 50 million people already. Silently. Now it's the turn of the Narmada.
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Arundhati Roy
The End of Imagination
"The desert shook," the Government of India informed us (its people). "The whole mountain turned white," the Government of Pakistan replied.
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Wednesday, March 6, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
War is Wrong
I knew war was terribly wrong when I saw pictures of children like myself desperately attempting to flee the flames of bombed German cities in newspapers and on the newsreels during World War II. As...
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Tuesday, March 5, 2002
James Carroll
Bush's Bunker Presidency
MY FATHER was a senior Pentagon official during the Cuban Missile Crisis in the autumn of 1963. My family lived at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington on a street known as ''Generals' Row.'' Our...
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Saturday, March 2, 2002
Nancy Snow
Save the Really Important People
Last weekend I was at a political event in Malibu where a woman named Paradise asked a member of Congress to do what he could to protect the dolphins and whales that are becoming casualties to U.S...
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Friday, March 1, 2002
Molly Ivins
Nuke Waste is a Problem for All
AUSTIN, Texas — Another bad idea. What are they, cheaper by the dozen? The Bush administration has decided to dump all the high-level nuclear waste in America into some yet-to-be excavated tunnels at...
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Wednesday, February 27, 2002
Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Wired for Business or Democracy?
While Internet stocks may have crashed, Internet optimists still abound. In Next: The Future Just Happened (W.W. Norton, 2001), for example, author Michael Lewis celebrates what he sees as the...
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Tuesday, February 26, 2002
Dennis Kucinich
A Prayer for America
The following speech was given on February 17, 2002 in Los Angeles, California at an event sponsored by the Southern California Americans for Democratic Action .
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Saturday, February 23, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
Bush Mimics Reagan and the Corporate Stranglehold on U.S. Media Tightens
Bush rallies America in a perpetual war against "evil ones" and the "axis of evil." Ronald Reagan used the cold war to lambast the "evil empire" of the Soviet Union. Their administrations are...
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Thursday, February 21, 2002
Marty Jezer
Glimmer of Hope in the Middle East
Last spring and summer I wrote a series of columns on the Middle East highly critical of Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and PLO leader Yasir Arafat. But I was especially harsh on Sharon because...
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Wednesday, February 20, 2002
Nancy Snow
Is the War on Terror Déjà vu All Over Again?
Poor Yogi Berra. He never knew just how analogous baseball would be to the propaganda war. The Pentagon has just publicly announced the existence of the Office of Strategic Influence (OSI). Created...
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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
James Carroll
Bush's Radical Shift in Military Policy
GEORGE W. BUSH is widely regarded as the avatar of a conservative restoration, but he is the opposite. This presidency marks a radical overthrow of traditional American values and policies. Civil...
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Monday, February 18, 2002
Arundhati Roy
Shall We Leave It to the Experts?
Enron's Power Project in India Demonstrates Who Benefits from Globalization
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Saturday, February 16, 2002
Huck Gutman
Enron Scandal: The Long, Winding Trail
Who owns the government of the United States? The answer should be simple: the people do. After all, the root of 'democracy' is 'demos,' the Greek for common people. As America's greatest president,...
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Friday, February 15, 2002
Huck Gutman
Bush's Biggest Donors Had Links to Enron
Enron contributed $736,800 to George W. Bush over the past eight years, his single largest contributor. Many are looking for a smoking gun that will link Enron, directly, to specific favors. They...
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Thursday, February 14, 2002
Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
Resisting the Assassins' Power
Why does the movement against corporate globalization protest at meetings like those of the World Economic Forum, recently completed in New York? What does the movement for global justice want? There...
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Wednesday, February 13, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
The Bush Administration's Folly: Arrogance of Arms Abroad and Access to Avarice at Home
The European Union commissioner in charge of international relations attacked U.S. foreign policy under the Bush Administration as having a dangerously "absolutist and simplistic" attitude toward our...
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Thursday, February 7, 2002
Huck Gutman
The Lessons of the Enron Debacle
The fall of Enron, and its subsequent bankruptcy, may well be the largest scandal in the history of American business and politics. If we ask, "What went wrong with Enron?" the answer would be, "...
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Wednesday, February 6, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
Sheriff Bush Wages War Against Evil To Cover Corporate Corruption of Government
In his State of the Union address, George W. Bush played sheriff to a world bedeviled by evil-doers and outlaw nations. It was a cunning cover for the unfolding saga of consummate corporate...
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Tuesday, February 5, 2002
James Carroll
A Buildup in Search of an Enemy
THE DEFEAT of Hitler, coming only weeks after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, marked the end of one era and the beginning of another, when the Soviet Union went immediately from being America's...
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Monday, February 4, 2002
William Greider
Crime in the Suites
There Are More Enrons Out There; The Rot is Systemic
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Saturday, January 26, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
The Dream of Martin Luther King Distorted Into a Nightmare of Moderation and Militarism
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s words expressing his dream of love, peace, and justice that could transform a suffering world filled with hate, violence, and injustice became awesomely authentic for me...
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Friday, January 25, 2002
Howard Zinn
The Others: What If We Could See the Afghan Dead as We've Seen the September 11 Victims?
Every day for several months, the New York Times did what should always be done when a tragedy is summed up in a statistic: It gave us miniature portraits of the human beings who died on September 11...
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Marty Jezer
Enron's Fall: FDR's Ghost
When the Enron story first broke, Vice President's Cheney's spin-mistress, Mary Matalin, dismissed it as unimportant. Referring to Bill Clinton's Monica Lewinsky scandal (which really was unimportant...
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Tuesday, January 22, 2002
Bill C. Davis
Perception is Reality - Not
The expression that seized the modern consciousness – “Perception is reality” – is being toppled – it seems. I read a related and almost equally chilling quote recently about Enron during its heyday...
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Saturday, January 19, 2002
Tom Turnipseed
The Enron Model: A Preamble for the Constitution of the Corporations of the United States
We the corporations of The United States, in order to make more money, establish our profits with campaign contributions and lobbying, insure a revolving door of greedy executives, provide pink slips...
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Robert C. Hinkley
How Corporate Law Inhibits Social Responsibility
A Corporate Attorney Proposes a ‘Code for Corporate Citizenship’ in State Law
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Tuesday, January 15, 2002
Bill C. Davis
Chew Before Swallowing...
“That’s when I first got to know Ken and worked with Ken and he supported my candidacy for — and — but this is what — what anybody’s going to find if — is that this Administration will fully...
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Wednesday, January 9, 2002
Bill C. Davis
Blood and Oil
The question of what is driving the American military is haunting. To construct a cohesive scenario from the diverse, contradictory and fragmented information surrounding the present military action...
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Molly Ivins
As Politicians Waffle, Debate Will Be Taxing
AUSTIN — The president has taken to saying peculiar things again. "There are no shades of gray in our war on terrorism," he announced the other day. Excuse me, but if you've ever seen anything grayer...
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Friday, January 4, 2002
Molly Ivins
It's the New Year, So Let's Make a Deal
Here comes everyone's favorite season: The tree is down, the bills are due, January, February, Ry-Krisp and cottage cheese. T'is the festive season for one of our nation's leading industries —...
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Thursday, January 3, 2002
Ralph Nader
U.S. Students Focus on Foreign Sweatshops
It is a long distance from student consumers at U.S. college and university campus stores to the wretched overseas factories indenturing sweatshop workers who produce products for the U.S. market...
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Friday, December 28, 2001
Nancy Snow
The Citizen and the Publisher
This is what separated us from you; we made demands. You were satisfied to serve the power of the nation and we dreamed of giving ours her truth. -- Albert Camus, 'Letters to a German Friend'
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How We Could Still Lose in Afghanistan
AUSTIN, Texas -- UNTIL A FEW days ago, it seemed there were only two ways we could possibly lose the war in Afghanistan. The first was if great numbers of Afghans starve to death this winter, thus...
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Thursday, December 27, 2001
Helen Thomas
Let's Not Militarize the Heavens
WASHINGTON -- By abandoning the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, are we going to live in a safer world? I think not. Just the opposite, I fear. President Bush wants to build a nuclear anti-missile...
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Monday, December 24, 2001
Bill C. Davis
The Choice of Christmas Future
Like the ghost of Christmas past the words of Christ should haunt George and the ranks that make up his approval rating. We can let this season remain a hollow repetition of soulless words or connect...
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Bernie Sanders
A Year of Contrasts: Courage, Sacrifice and …Corporate Greed
As we reflect on the year 2001, our minds catapult to the World Trade Center in flames and hundreds of courageous firemen and police officers racing up stairs to try to save their trapped fellow...
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Saturday, December 22, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
War is Working for Bush: Osama Becomes Saddam; Iraq Becomes the Scapegoat for U.S. Government-Produced Anthrax Terror
Polls in the United States show unprecedented support for George W. Bush and his leadership in the victory of the world's sole super-power over the destitute nation of Afghanistan, and its rag-tag...
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Tuesday, December 18, 2001
Huck Gutman
The Inhumanization of War
The United States has had two great war poets. Surprisingly, both wrote about a conflict now distant, the American Civil War of 1861-65, when the nation's northern and southern states opposed one...
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Sunday, December 16, 2001
Medea Benjamin
Feeding the Hungry May Be the Prime Task of Peacekeepers
For 20 years, I have traveled the world, first as a U.N. relief worker and now as a human-rights activist. I've witnessed famine in Africa and visited burned-out villages in Central America. I have...
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Saturday, December 15, 2001
Bill C. Davis
"Sounds Good to Me...."
Last night, in New York City, Ramsey Clark, former attorney general under the Johnson administration, was speaking to a group of peace advocates. In opening comments to a group of four hundred, the...
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Thursday, December 13, 2001
Bill C. Davis
'All Gone to Look for America': An Alternative Anthem
The lyric that is haunting these red white and blue days is from a Simon and Garfunkel song that could be a national anthem. The lyric is “….all gone to look for America.” America is a search you can...
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Wednesday, December 12, 2001
John Buell
Civil Liberties and the Fear of Freedom
Those who support civil liberties, not only because they protect the rights of the accused but also because they enhance security and quality of life for all, have a lonely job. Deemed allies of...
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Monday, December 10, 2001
Bill C. Davis
The Curious Narrative From Author Unknown
An Afghan journalist records on videotape Mike Spann, well-scrubbed CIA agent-hero interrogating John Walker, wretched and grimy traitor; two young Americans on opposite sides in a prison in...
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Saturday, December 8, 2001
Bianca Jagger
Selective Justice: The US Has Been Sponsoring Terror in My Native Latin America for Decades
My involvement in human rights issues and my commitment to justice was inevitable, for I was born in Nicaragua, a country which endured almost 50 years of despotic rule. In the early 20th century it...
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Friday, December 7, 2001
Molly Ivins
Enron's Connections With Bush Go Way Back
HAIL and farewell, o Enron! What a flameout. The Establishment media, sucking its collective thumb with unwonted solemnity, is treating us to meditations on two themes: ``How the mighty have fallen...
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Bill C. Davis
Zahn on Jazeera – Cable Clash
The former Fox personality, Paula Zahn, from her new fair and balanced desk at CNN, was having an intense discussion with the anchorman from al-Jazeera. Paula abandoned her journalistic cool, which...
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Wednesday, December 5, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
The Wall Street Journal and The Workers Vanguard Agree: Both Capitalists and Communists Conclude Afghanistan Better Off Under Soviets Than Northern Alliance
The Wall Street Journal, the leading global newspaper of business, is published by Dow Jones and Company who also operate the world's most widely followed stock-market indicator tracking the world's...
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Danny Schechter
The "Turbanators" And The Terrorists: War Crimes And Media Omissions
My late and great friend Abbie Hoffman used to open his lectures with a bet, what he called the Journalist Challenge. He offered $100 to any reporter present who could file a story on his talk with...
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Friday, November 30, 2001
Bill C. Davis
George, the Pope and the Sanctity of Human Life
George and the Pope agree about the sanctity of human life. Both claim to be loyal to the teachings of Jesus. Sure, they’ve had their disagreements in the past. The Pope asked George to spare the...
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Jeff Cohen
Internet Samizdat Releases Suppressed Voices, History
Days after their son Greg died in the World Trade Center terror, Phyllis and Orlando Rodriguez wrote a letter to the New York Times that counseled against "violent revenge, with the prospect of sons...
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Marty Jezer
Nicaraguan Lesson
One of the more telling events of the post-September 11th period was the recent election in Nicaragua. With the media focused on Afghanistan, it was virtually ignored in the American press. My...
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Wednesday, November 28, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
A Continuum of Terror - From Mujahedeen to al-Qaeda
A native of Egypt, Ali Abdelsoud Mohamed rose to the rank of major in Egypt's special forces before being forced out of Egypt's military in 1984 because he was considered a religious extremist. Much...
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Tuesday, November 27, 2001
James Carroll
This War is Not Just
IN RECENT DAYS, sage editorial writers, religious leaders, politicians, liberal pundits, and admired columnists have joined in the Donald Rumsfeld-Condoleezza Rice chorus praising the American war in...
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Saturday, November 24, 2001
John Buell
Bombs as Self-Defense?
The Pentagon now trumpets the expulsion of the Taliban from Kabul as the first installment in its war on terrorism. These apparent gains make it hard for war critics to be heard, but they still raise...
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Friday, November 23, 2001
Barbara Kingsolver
Reflections On 'Wartime'
Lately I've been saying this quiet word, "wartime." It brings a taste to the root of my tongue, and to my ear the earnest tone of my parents recalling their teenage years. The word speaks of things I...
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Dennis Hans
Bush’s Definition of Terrorism Fits Northern Alliance Like a Glove; TV Interviewers Don’t Notice
Mark well the sequence. On the morning of November 10, President George W. Bush addressed the U.N. General Assembly and spoke words that warmed the hearts of human rights activists the world over:
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Thursday, November 22, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
Broadcasting and Bombing
America's Message of Greed and Violence for Thanksgiving and Ramadan as We Leave the Children Behind
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Tuesday, November 20, 2001
James Carroll
Robert Kennedy's Transformation
TODAY IN Washington, President Bush will honor Robert Kennedy by naming the Justice Department building for him. By any measure, this is an extraordinary public event, but it has a poignant personal...
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Kristine M. Holmgren
Nightmare of Fascism Seems Too Real Since Sept. 11 Attacks
I had the dream again. It is a Technicolor, not-ready-for-prime-time dream, spiced with foul language and blood-chilling foreboding. In my dream, I am held captive in the front seat of a shabby sedan...
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Sunday, November 18, 2001
Bill Kauffman
War & Peace: And They Call It Thanksgiving
There are few things sadder than a Thanksgiving table surrounded by empty chairs. Wartime brings such heart-wrenching tableaux: the missing soldier, the absent daughter, the stranded son. And now the...
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Saturday, November 17, 2001
John Buell
Terrorizing the Constitution
I am not surprised that John Ashcroft would seize any real or imagined pretext to inflict draconian damage on civil liberties. Much more astounding has been the almost complete capitulation by...
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Sunday, November 11, 2001
Bill Kauffman
I Love My Country. But Perhaps Not This One
The Office of Homeland Security. Has a nice retro-Soviet ring to it, eh? Or how about Operation Infinite Justice, the Orwell-by-way-of-Madison-Avenue moniker that Pentagon image-makers first hung on...
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Saturday, November 10, 2001
Ralph Nader
Corporate Patriotism
U. S. corporations aren't even subtle about it. Waving a flag and carrying a big shovel, corporate interests are scooping up government benefits and taxpayer money in an unprecedented fashion while...
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Ralph Nader
Corporate Patriotism
U. S. corporations aren't even subtle about it. Waving a flag and carrying a big shovel, corporate interests are scooping up government benefits and taxpayer money in an unprecedented fashion while...
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Friday, November 9, 2001
Howard Zinn
A Just Cause, Not a Just War
I believe two moral judgments can be made about the present "war": The September 11 attack constitutes a crime against humanity and cannot be justified, and the bombing of Afghanistan is also a crime...
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Thursday, November 8, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
Paying Back Big Energy Evil-Doers
Giving Big Bucks To Bush's Buddies at Enron, But Shunning the Middle-Class Turned Jobless
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Reggie Rivers
Is the Attorney General the New King of the United States?
Were you aware that the attorney general of the United States now has the power to arrest someone without probable cause, hold that person without presenting evidence, and ultimately give that person...
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Laura Flanders
Weapons of Mass Destruction
U.S. is Dropping World's Biggest Non-Nuclear bomb in Afghanistan
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Sunday, November 4, 2001
Eric Margolis
First, the Bad News, Then... The Bad News
As our world continues to spin out of control, two horrible events in the last two weeks had special resonance for me: the spreading anthrax terror, and the death of my old Afghan comrade, Abdul Haq...
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Thursday, November 1, 2001
Molly Ivins
The Oppressive World We May Unwittingly Create
NEW YORK -- It now looks, with 20-20 hindsight, as though he should have taken a few more deep breaths before smacking that tar-baby that is Afghanistan. We're running out of time for three reasons--...
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Wednesday, October 31, 2001
Tom Turnipseed
Terrorizing the Poor and Subsidizing the Rich
Haziza, a 12 year old girl from Kabul, Afghanistan, helped find her mother and baby brother dead in the rubble of their home on the first night of the U.S. bombing in early October.
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Bill Moyers
This Isn't the Speech I Expected to Give Today...
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Tuesday, October 30, 2001
Huck Gutman
Thinking the Unthinkable
Looking back on the events succeeding the 11 September attack on America, Huck Gutman feels the specter of massive nuclear destruction lurks behind a horizon that may be closer than we perceive
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Saturday, October 27, 2001
Russell Mokhiber, Robert Weissman
How Wall Street Created a Nation
Oviodio Diaz Espino was working as a corporate lawyer at J.P. Morgan in New York when he went to a Christmas Party in 1997. At the party, Diaz met a movie producer, Webster Stone. Stone noticed Diaz...
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Friday, October 26, 2001
William Greider
Pro Patria, Pro Mundus
It's Time to Ask "Borderless" Corporations: Which Side Are You On?
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Molly Ivins
All the News That Turns a Profit
Excuse me if my professionocentrism is showing, but I believe the American media deserve a good chunk of all the blame that is going around for Sept. 11 and its aftermath. Here we are trying to...
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Thursday, October 25, 2001
Huck Gutman
The Aftermath of Terror
Many are the commentaries on the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre, the global response, the bombing of Afghanistan. Of them all, the most trenchant comes not from a columnist...
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