War & Peace
populist | Why, the question is being asked, does a high profile American defend people and causes that are not only anti-Establishment, but anti-American as well? more... 1 Comments
RossH | This is a video about the pain and suffering families are going through with losing loved ones, please watch it and show everyone you know:Fallen Heroes more... 0 Comments
finch | Bush confesses his criminality and hopes that his ‘act’ of contrition will save him from the dock. He has finally acknowledged that the invasion (and occupation) of Iraq was/is based on incorrect information (lies). Supporters and citizens who desperately hope that Bush’s admission demonstrates his contrition had their hopes dashed against the hard reality of further sordid deeds – the illegal 'bugging' and monitoring of US citizen’s private communications by the NSA. [Would anyone seriously expect this criminal administration to change character?] Bush’s admission is a political gesture, a strategic manoeuvre in response to increasing international disapproval of the dishonesty of his regime. more... 0 Comments
Dave Lindorff | The NTSB apparently did get the boxes from the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center, just as trade center clean-up crew members had claimed. So what is the government hiding by denying that the recorders were found? more... 0 Comments
Bill Conroy | "What do two of the biggest national-security news stories of the century — the Valerie Plame leak scandal and the legal case of FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds — have in common?
Jason -JZ- Liszkiewicz | The Rise of Open Source Intelligence
me | Please join Transport Workers Local 100 President Roger Toussaint, New York City Central Labor Council President Brian M. McLaughlin and Executive Board members for a rally and march in support of Local 100
FWCUI | The Upcoming Election Is an Extension and Continuation of the Same Political Route
STEPHEN LENDMAN | Haiti's achievements under Aristide and Lavalas during their 10 years in office and conditions there now since the coup more... 0 Comments
CCNWON | It looks like it's the bastard's last stand.
carst | Elections are held under occupation and even active warfare. People are voting under the gun and in the face of warplanes, helicopters, tanks and all kinds of threats, if they want more war and destruction, or if they better vote for those who are favored by - or at least acceptable to - the aggressors and occupiers in hope of an easing of the terror inflicted upon them. more... 2 Comments
Philip Kovacs, Commondreams.org | After returning from the mall, I've decided that the "War on Christmas" is being waged in the wrong place, in the wrong way, and at the wrong time. The enemy is not "Happy Holidays," the enemy is Santa Claus, and if you'll bear with me, I think it's time for progressives and conservatives, and all the wise refusing such nonsense labels, to unite against this elf. more... 0 Comments
~ | The NYU grads agitating for a union held a noisy demonstration outside.
Franklin | On the Judicial Branch, continued more... 0 Comments
Dave Lindorff | Bush is talking more and more like a would be dictator or a petulant spoiled brat, dissing the Constitution and calling himself commander-in-chief more... 1 Comments
An inquiring mind | The connection between Taser International and the country of Chile dates to before the millennium. Shortly after assignment of their Middle Eastern sales territory to former Steman International representative, Malcolm Shermer, the South American territories were awarded. more... 0 Comments
A.K. Gupta | After Rep. John Murtha’s revelation that the U.S. Army is on the verge of falling apart, it’s clear that 2006 will be a make-or-break year for the U.S. occupation. This realization is the motivating factor in the Bush administration’s campaign for “Victory in Iraq.” It wants to crush the armed resistance within the next year so it can begin to draw down U.S. troops and avoid a rout in next fall’s congressional elections. But, as a recent U.S. Army War College report put it, the U.S. is caught in a trap: “We can’t stay, we can’t leave, and we can’t fail.” more... 1 Comments
SALVADOR ALLENDE TE QUEREMOS | This panel, ominously named "New Political Policies
Suzaka | On December 11th 2005, the Zionist Organization of America celebrated their annual ZOA Brandeis Award Dinner at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in NYC. A loud and powerful protest was held in front of the hotel in solidarity with the people of Palestine. more... 0 CommentsPage 33 | Page 31
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