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Monday, October 18, 2004
Ralph Nader
The Democracy Gap
"Freedom is participation in power," said the Roman orator Cicero. By this deep definition, freedom is in short supply for tens of millions of Americans, a scarcity with serious consequences. This...
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Saturday, October 16, 2004
Howard Zinn
Our War on Terrorism
I am calling it "our" war on terrorism because I want to distinguish it from Bush's war on terrorism, and from Sharon's, and from Putin's. What their wars have in common is that they are based on an...
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Friday, October 15, 2004
Bill Moyers
A Little Patriotic Sacrifice
There are moments when you see suddenly crystallized in a particular event, a threat to democracy as ominous as the smoke rising from Mt. St. Helens.
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Thursday, October 14, 2004
Frances Moore Lappé, Anna Lappé
The Genius of Wangari Maathai
Several prominent Norwegians have questioned the Nobel Committee for awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Wangari Maathai. Why honor environmental activism in an era when war, terrorism and nuclear...
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Helen Thomas
What's Wrong With Being Liberal?
President's Use Of L-Word Signals Desperation by Helen Thomas
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Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Naomi Klein
James Baker's Double Life
When President Bush appointed former Secretary of State James Baker III as his envoy on Iraq's debt on December 5, 2003, he called Baker's job "a noble mission." At the time, there was widespread...
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Monday, October 11, 2004
Stacy Bannerman
Senator Warner Misses Meeting with Military Families Speak Out
Stacy Bannerman Wife of National Guard Soldier Stop-lossed in Iraq American Citizen Registered Voter Kent, WA October 6, 2004 Senator John Warner, VA Russell Senate Building United States Senate...
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Thom Hartmann
Columbus Day Celebration? Think Again...
"Gold is most excellent; gold constitutes treasure; and he who has it does all he wants in the world, and can even lift souls up to Paradise." -- Christopher Columbus, 1503 letter to the king and...
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Sunday, October 10, 2004
Ralph Nader
Tax Burden Continues to Shift from the Wealthy to the Working Class
As corporations evolve due to new technology and globalization, they simultaneously evolve new loopholes and ways of manipulating the tax system.
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Friday, October 8, 2004
Helen Thomas
Scaring Voters to the Polls
WASHINGTON - Someday President Bush may have to explain why he really went to war against Iraq. But you won't hear it with his re-election at stake and his credibility on the line. Public opinion...
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Andrew Greeley
Exiting Iraq is the Only Solution
The day of the first presidential debate, television served up pictures of the 38 children who died in an explosion in Iraq and their grieving mothers. The blood of those children is on George W...
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Thursday, October 7, 2004
Norman Solomon
Beyond the Debates, a Referendum on an Emperor
More than any other events on the campaign trail this year, the debates have drawn intense public interest. Viewers are eager for something more than the carefully packaged junk that usually passes...
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Tuesday, October 5, 2004
John Buell
Divine Endorsements and Fear Among Voters
Last winter, Pat Robertson claimed that God had assured him George Bush would be re-elected. The role of God and the polls in this election deserves scrutiny. Polls focus on likely voters. Fifty...
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Friday, October 1, 2004
Helen Thomas
Elections Watched by Foreign Observers
WASHINGTON -- It may come as a surprise to American voters but two international groups will be observing the fairness of our Nov. 2 elections. Does this have anything to do with the 2000 election...
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Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Tom Gallagher
Turn on the Radio, John Kerry
It's taken John Kerry far too long to be clear that George Bush's invasion of Iraq was wrong, and he can't waste any more time getting to the point that the continued occupation of Iraq will also be...
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Monday, September 27, 2004
Robert Freeman
Evaluating Bush's Economic Performance: A Field Guide for the Perplexed
Forbes Magazine's online edition performed a valuable public service in July when it ran a story comparing the economic performance of the ten postwar presidents. Forbes is the right-leaning business...
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Friday, September 24, 2004
Andrew Greeley
A Dove in Good Company
I get a lot of hate mail from conservative Catholics who are furious at my criticism of the Iraq war. You have no right to use your office, I am told, to criticize our fine Christian president. You...
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Caroline Arnold
What Shall the Perplexed Voter Do?
This title headed a pair of essays by William Lloyd Garrison and Thomas Mott Osborne in The Ethical Record 2 (Oct-Nov 1900) during the campaign of William Jennings Bryan against William McKinley. A...
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Thursday, September 23, 2004
Jonathan Schell
Why We Must Leave Iraq
Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen, once a supporter of the war in Iraq, has been rethinking his position. The day after Senator John Kerry's speech at NYU attacking the President's war policies...
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Tuesday, September 21, 2004
James Carroll
Why Americans Back the War
THE WAR IN IRAQ goes from worse to catastrophic. Hundreds of Iraqis were killed last week, as were two dozen US soldiers. Planned elections in January point less to democracy than civil war...
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Monday, September 20, 2004
Laurel Wamsley
The Fog of Peace: Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Economy of Memory
My father remembers. When I ask him why he volunteered to join the Air Force in 1972, he remembers: "Because otherwise I would have been drafted into the Army. My draft number was 38." When I ask him...
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James Carroll
The Bush Crusade
At the turn of the millennium, the world was braced for terrible things. Most "rational" worries were tied to an anticipated computer glitch, the Y2K problem, and even the most scientifically...
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Friday, September 17, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Terror 'War' Doesn't Meet Definition
Is there really a clash of civilizations? Or are we entering the Third World War? Or the Fourth World War? Such are the models and metaphors being proposed to cope with the horror of the mass murders...
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Bill Moyers
Journalism Under Fire
Address to the Society of Professional Journalists Saturday, September 11, 2004 New York City Thank you for inviting me to share this occasion with you. Three months from now I will be retiring from...
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Thursday, September 16, 2004
Howard Zinn
Kerry Needs the Courage to Walk Away from Iraq
If John Kerry wants to win, he must recognize that our military intervention in Iraq is a disaster -- for Americans, for Iraqis, for the world. He must stop boasting about his courage in Vietnam and...
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Friday, September 10, 2004
Naomi Klein
The Likudization of the World: The True Legacy of September 11
Russian President Vladamir Putin is so fed up with being grilled over his handling of the Beslan catastrophe that he lashed out at foreign journalists on Monday. “Why don't you meet Osama bin Laden,...
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Caroline Arnold
Why Kerry Will Win
Today, rather than recite reasons why Bush is worse than Kerry, or analyze the campaign tactics of the candidates, or dissect the motivations of swing voters, I'm going to go out on a limb and...
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Thursday, September 9, 2004
Naomi Klein
The Likudization of the World: The True Legacy of September 11
Russian President Vladamir Putin is so fed up with being grilled over his handling of the Beslan catastrophe that he lashed out at foreign journalists on Monday. "Why don't you meet Osama bin Laden,...
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E.L. Doctorow
The Unfeeling President
I fault this president for not knowing what death is. He does not suffer the death of our 21-year-olds who wanted to be what they could be. On the eve of D-Day in 1944 General Eisenhower prayed to...
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Wednesday, September 8, 2004
Michele Simon
Get Rid of Those Empty Calories with 'Nutri-Wash'
Years ago, the environmental movement coined the term "greenwashing" to describe how corporations use public relations to make themselves appear environmentally friendly. Now, nutrition advocates...
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Tuesday, September 7, 2004
James Carroll
The Unwinnable War
GEORGE W. BUSH finally told the truth. It happened last week when he said of the war on terrorism, "I don't think you can win it."
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Thom Hartmann
Bush Family Wounds America Below The Belt Line
In 1988, the Bush campaign planted a lie in the media that Michael Dukakis had suffered from depression after losing an election for governor. According to Susan Estrich, his campaign manager, it...
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Wednesday, September 1, 2004
Naomi Klein
Baghdad Year Zero: Pillaging Iraq in Pursuit of a Neo-Con Utopia
It was only after I had been in Baghdad for a month that I found what I was looking for. I had traveled to Iraq a year after the war began, at the height of what should have been a construction boom...
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Norman Solomon
Rove's Brain and Media Manipulation
I just saw a horror movie -- " Bush's Brain " -- the new documentary based on a book with the same name by journalists James Moore and Wayne Slater. The book's subtitle is "How Karl Rove Made George...
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Monday, August 30, 2004
A 27-year-old John Kerry testified about the Vietnam War at a Washington hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on April 22, 1971. Roger Kimmel Smith
Senator Kerry, Prepare for your Moment of Truth
Memo to Senator John Kerry: whether you like it or not, the moment of truth in this campaign has arrived. You chose a flawed, phony script in Boston and beforehand. You left a glaring omission in the...
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Friday, August 27, 2004
Norman Solomon
Beyond Hero-Worship
"Happy is the country which requires no heroes," Bertolt Brecht commented. Today, by that standard, the United States is a very unhappy country. These days, the public's genuine eagerness for heroes...
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Marty Jezer
Re-Fighting Vietnam
The most contentious issue of the upcoming presidential election so far is history. Whoever expected that we'd be re-fighting thirty and forty year old arguments about the Vietnam War? In a sense,...
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Tuesday, August 24, 2004
Robert C. Byrd
Defending Liberty
The Constitution of the United States of America is sheer genius captured on parchment. The delicate balance of authority -- the system of checks and balances and separation of powers -- has served...
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Monday, August 23, 2004
Jeff Cohen
Anti-Terrorism Tip: Quit Spying on Nonviolent Activists
They're at it again. FBI agents in recent weeks have been visiting and interrogating dozens of young activists believed to be planning or considering protests at the Democrat and Republican...
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Friday, August 20, 2004
Jonathan Schell, Tom Engelhardt
Jonathan Schell on the Empire that Fell as it Rose
Had anyone in Washington bothered to read Jonathan Schell's prophetic -- or perhaps I should just say, historically on the mark -- book The Unconquerable World , Iraq could not have happened and all...
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Andrew Greeley
America's Disease is Greed
The most serious spiritual problem in the country today is reckless and untrammeled greed. Greed caused the disgraceful corporate scandals that fill our newspapers. Greed is responsible for crooked...
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Andrew Greeley
America's Disease is Greed
The most serious spiritual problem in the country today is reckless and untrammeled greed. Greed caused the disgraceful corporate scandals that fill our newspapers. Greed is responsible for crooked...
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Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Helen Thomas
Kerry Deals Away his Ace in the Hole
It appears American voters have little choice between the presidential candidates in the November election when it comes to the disastrous war against Iraq. Both President Bush and his rival, Sen...
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Tuesday, August 17, 2004
Medea Benjamin
Why Hugo Chavez Won a Landslide Victory
When the rule of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was reaffirmed in a landslide 58-42 percent victory on Sunday, the opposition who put the recall vote on the ballot was stunned. They obviously don't...
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Friday, August 13, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Homeland Security's Heavy Hand
The week before last, after a blue moon and in the middle of the dog days (when the dog star rises with the sun), the Bush administration cried wolf. Tom Ridge, czar of Homeland Security, scared the...
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Caroline Arnold
The Highest Possible Level of Development
In one of his wilder excursions in " The Cyberiad ", Stanislaus Lem describes beings who have reached the Highest Possible Level of Development (HPLD). These creatures do nothing but lie on cushions...
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Marty Jezer
Environmental Buck Private
It's not been hot in Vermont this summer. It's been wet, but not hot. According to my utility bill, the average temperature was 66 in July, down three degrees from a year ago. As one who hates the...
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Thursday, August 12, 2004
Paul McGeough
Iraq: They Saw No Evil, Heard No Evil, and Certainly Will Not Speak of It
Now there is unambiguous proof of two things we knew were happening in liberated Iraq - Iraqi prisoners are being abused by the new, US-appointed regime; and the Americans, as a matter of policy,...
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Tuesday, August 10, 2004
Amy Goodman, David Goodman
Hiroshima Cover-up: How the War Department's Timesman Won a Pulitzer
Governments lie. -- I. F. Stone, Journalist
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Jeff Cohen, Norman Solomon
A Global Perspective on Defeating Bush
The U.S.-centric nature of American politics often affects the U.S. left. It's hard to get out of USA mindsets long enough to grasp the global implications of decisions made here at home. Yet the...
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Friday, August 6, 2004
Ralph Nader
Democratic Party Should Live Up to Its Name
Though the Democrats have the right to robustly oppose my independent presidential campaign, they don't have the right to engage in dirty tricks designed to deny millions of voters the opportunity to...
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Norman Solomon
From Attica to Abu Ghraib -- and a Prison Near You
A recent obituary in the New York Times told about Frank Smith, "who as an inmate leader at Attica prison was tortured by officers in the aftermath of the prisoner uprising of 1971 and then spent a...
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Marty Jezer
Capture the Flag
Some of my friends on the left are critical of the recent Democratic National Convention. They say that it was overloaded with patriotic symbolism. There was too much talk about military heroism and...
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Monday, August 2, 2004
Jonathan Schell
Healing the Law
The Supreme Court of the United States has had two historic encounters with George W. Bush. The first was its decision to stop the recount of the presidential vote in Florida in December 2000 and, in...
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Michael Schwalbe
New Tobacco Image Masks Deadly Business as Usual
Ten years ago the image of the tobacco industry stank like a dirty ashtray. As the annual death toll from tobacco-related diseases neared the 400,000 mark, many Americans were disgusted by the...
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Friday, July 30, 2004
Jonathan Schell
The Kerry Mandate: Strong and Wrong
"During the Vietnam War, many young men, including the current President, the Vice President and me, could have gone to Vietnam and didn't. John Kerry came from a privileged background. He could have...
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Thursday, July 29, 2004
Sharleen Leahey
Johnny We Hardly Knew You - John Kerry: War Hero or Warrior for Peace?
This past Sunday night (7/25/04) MSNBC broadcast a phenomenal documentary entitled John Kerry: Bringing the War Home . It told the story of young Kerry after he returned home from Vietnam,...
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Tuesday, July 27, 2004
Helen Thomas
Institutions, not People, Get the Blame
We now live in a world where leaders escape blame for misguided wars or scandals. Instead, official inquiries point the finger at government institutions and agencies, lack of congressional oversight...
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Friday, July 23, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Leaders Need Dissenting Voices
Some commentators attribute the failure of American and British intelligence services on Iraq to "group think" -- the power of a group's cohesive culture to blind its members to data that would...
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Bill Moyers
The Real Show
First, a confession: I haven't seen Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11." It's not that I haven't wanted to; it's just that I have not been able to tear myself away from the real show-the political...
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Marty Jezer
Remember Afghanistan?
Afghanistan has not been in the news much in recent months. A good thing for the Bush administration if not for the Afghan people: for the news coming out of Afghanistan has not been good...
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Thursday, July 22, 2004
Jim Lobe
They’re Back: Neocons Revive the Committee on the Present Danger, This Time Against Terrorism
A bipartisan group of 41 mainly neoconservative foreign-policy hawks has launched the latest incarnation of the Committee on the Present Danger (CPD), whose previous two incarnations mobilized public...
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Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Helen Thomas
Bush Shows No Sign of Learning His Lesson About Pre-emptive War
If President Bush has any grand plan for another pre-emptive war, he had better forget it. Bush has crashed landed on the fallacy of the invasion of Iraq. It will take time for the self-described "...
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William Greider
An Error of Supreme Dimensions
Not to risk blasphemy, but shouldn't a special commission look into whether God provided the warrior President with faulty intelligence? Recall that George W. Bush has confided to Bob Woodward that...
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Tuesday, July 20, 2004
Jeff Cohen
Nader's "Grassroots" Campaign...Courtesy of GOP
Four years after the Florida debacle, with nearly all of Ralph Nader's longtime progressive allies now tactically supporting Kerry in swing states to retire the Bush regime, the Nader campaign has...
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John B. Quigley
The World Court Tells Israel: Tear Down That Wall
Israel ran up against a brick wall at the Hague. Ruling on the legality of the wall Israel is building in the West Bank, International Court of Justice rejected Israel's security rationale. The wall...
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Friday, July 16, 2004
Caroline Arnold
Dancing With "Them What Brung You"
There is a story that after an advisor had presented a well-reasoned proposal, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said something like: "Sounds good. Now go find me a constituency to make me do it." As...
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Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Amy Goodman
Did Dennis Kucinich Sell Out Anti-War Democrats?
Democratic Party delegates supporting presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich struck a deal this weekend with representatives of John Kerry over the Party's stance on the Iraq war. The deal happened...
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Monday, July 12, 2004
Naomi Klein
Shameless in Iraq
Good news out of Baghdad: the Program Management Office, which oversees the $18.4 billion in US reconstruction funds, has finally set a goal it can meet. Sure, electricity is below prewar levels,...
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Ralph Nader
The Public Deserves to Hear the Facts on Tort Reform
Another tort deform bill -- just one in a seemingly endless string of attacks on our civil justice system -- has failed in the Senate this week. American consumers should be thankful that the so-...
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William Greider
Embedded Patriots
The most intriguing story in Washington these days is a subterranean conflict that reporters cannot cover because some of them are involved. A potent guerrilla insurgency has formed in and around the...
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Friday, July 9, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Americans Deserve Look at US Emergency Defense Plans
Last Monday they laid the cornerstone for the ''Freedom Tower'' where the World Trade Center used to be. "Freedom" is the mantra, the battle cry, the shibboleth of the "war" on terror. Many Americans...
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Thursday, July 8, 2004
Norman Solomon
Media Class War: Firing Shots Across the Edwards Bow
The morning after John Kerry announced that John Edwards will be his running mate, powerful newspapers fired warning shots across the bow of the Kerry-Edwards campaign. "It is likely that Mr. Edwards...
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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
John Buell
Torture and the Hidden Injuries of Class by John Buell
Even the mainstream media now wonder how far up the chain of command the Iraq torture scandal goes. If low-level guards are to serve prison terms, what is to happen to officers who authorized or at...
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Monday, June 28, 2004
Ralph Nader
Assault on the Labor Movement in Iraq
What is going on among Iraq's working classes? We do not hear about those workers except for the high number of unemployed.
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Maria Tomchick
Handover Or Hangover?
"It will be like in Lebanon during the civil war. The only person who could move outside the embassy then was the ambassador, with a tank in front and a tank in back." --Edward S. Walker, Jr., former...
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Friday, June 25, 2004
Molly Ivins
E-voting? Only with Paper Trail
Heads up, team, the voting-machine situation requires sustained attention, but not panic or paranoia. There is time to act, but act we must.
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Thursday, June 24, 2004
The Lexicographers
Ever since the September 11 commission stated authoritatively what everyone knew already, namely that there is no evidence that Al Qaeda was in business with Saddam Hussein, a debate of a most...
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Monday, June 21, 2004
Ralph Nader
The China Price
"Meet the "China Price" or else." Remember that phrase -- "meet the China Price," because you'll be reading much more about what it means to this country, its working families and its communities.
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William Greider
Under the Banner of the 'War' on Terror
When President Bush called Americans to enlist in his "war on terror," very few citizens could have grasped the all-encompassing consequences of the proposition. The terrifying events of 9/11 were...
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Wednesday, June 16, 2004
Naomi Klein
Canada Should Keep its Distance from U.S. Foreign Policy
In Baghdad, every encounter we had was a bit like going through customs. "American?" was the inevitable first question. "No, no, Canadian," our over-eager reply. Sometimes our word wasn't good enough...
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Bill Moyers
This is the Fight of Our Lives
Keynote speech - Inequality Matters Forum New York University June 3, 2004 It is important from time to time to remember that some things are worth getting mad about. Here's one: On March 10 of this...
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Tuesday, June 15, 2004
John Buell
State Funerals and Court Historians
State funerals in Western European monarchies have always been an occasion for court historians to spin lyrical sagas of a nation's many triumphs. Lacking royalty, the United States still has the...
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Monday, June 14, 2004
Jonathan Schell
It's Time to Politicize the War in Iraq
Many people (mostly Republicans) say (mostly to Democrats) that it's wrong to "politicize" the war in Iraq. But politicizing the war is exactly what should now occur. To be exact, those who oppose...
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Maria Tomchick
The Real Domestic Terrorists
As San Francisco police were arresting more than 150 people protesting the Biotechnology Industry Organization last week, an FBI agent stood inside the conference center, speaking to a group of...
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Friday, June 11, 2004
Andrew Greeley
Is US Like Germany of the '30s?
BERLIN -- I can understand, my German friend said, why Germans voted for Hitler in 1933 -- though he did not receive a majority of the vote. The Weimar Republic was weak and incompetent. The Great...
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Wednesday, June 9, 2004
Ralph Nader
A Chilling AMA Resolution: What Happened to the Hippocratic Oath?
Unless cooler heads prevail, the American Medical Association is teetering on the brink of public ridicule, mockery and indignation. Resolution 202 has been introduced by Dr. J. Chris Hawk III from...
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Tuesday, June 8, 2004
Pierre Tristam
Military Chain of Command
Disparate inquiries into abuses of prisoners in Iraq and Afghanistan have, so far, left crucial questions of policy and operations unexamined, according to lawmakers from both parties and outside...
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Monday, June 7, 2004
Amy Goodman
Noam Chomsky on Reagan's Legacy
Bush Has Resurrected"The Most Extremist, Arrogant, Violent and Dangerous Elements" of Reagan's White House
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Mark Weisbrot
Ronald Reagan's Legacy
Ronald Reagan was a man who fought for what he believed in, and he changed the world more than probably any American in the twentieth century. He changed not only the conservative movement, the...
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Friday, June 4, 2004
Andrew Greeley
This Time, Europe's Hatred Justified
COLOGNE, Germany -- There were American flags all over the house I visited the other day in the suburbs of this lovely city. Two of the children of the house -- two German kids on the edge of what we...
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Thursday, June 3, 2004
Norman Solomon
Nader and the Green Party's Presidential Choice for 2004
This year, Ralph Nader's presidential campaign has two trains running that will collide at an unfortunate intersection -- the Green Party's national convention in Milwaukee. The collision course is...
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Monday, May 31, 2004
Ralph Nader
State Legislatures as "Laboratories Of Democracy"
Listening to what passes these days for debates in the U. S House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate, it is easy to get the impression there are no new ideas left-certainly no new progressive...
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Friday, May 28, 2004
Andrew Greeley
How War in Iraq Derails Real War on Terror
Colombo Bay sounds like it might be a novel by Joseph Conrad. It is instead a story by Richard Pollak about his voyage from Hong Kong to New York on a container ship named the Colombo Bay, which...
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Friday, May 21, 2004
Caroline Arnold
Thinking Freedom, Talking Democracy
Recent events have been sobering, making a lot of our public concerns look petty and selfish. It's hard to get righteous about heterosexual marriage when our official national policy includes...
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Thursday, May 20, 2004
Arundhati Roy, Amy Goodman
Arundhati Roy On the Indian Elections, Her Support for the Iraqi Resistance & the Privatization of War
Arundhati Roy Interviewed by Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! (5/19/04) Full transcript and audio online at: http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=04/05/19/1449239 AMY GOODMAN: Welcome to Democracy...
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Robert Freeman
National Missile Defense: The Secrets the Pentagon Doesn't Want You to Know
There is a dirty little secret about national missile defense the Pentagon doesn't want you to know. It is this: missile defense is fundamentally flawed--not just in technology but in rationale and...
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Tuesday, May 18, 2004
John Buell
The Lessons of Torture Should Be Learned Again
Even as he undertook what is for him the unprecedented step of apologizing, the president unwittingly exposed the conceits underlying his foreign policy. In a meeting with King Abdullah II of Jordan...
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Monday, May 17, 2004
Naomi Klein
Mutiny in Iraq: Can We Stop calling It a Quagmire?
Can we please stop calling it a quagmire? The United States isn't mired in a bog or a marsh in Iraq (quagmire's literal meaning); it is free-falling off a cliff. The only question now is: Who will...
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Thom Hartmann
Liberal Talk Radio - Let The Water Cooler Wars Begin
Rush Limbaugh has, at various times, claimed credit for the elections of Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush - and given how narrow electoral margins have been recently, he may be...
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