War & Peace
Young Spartacus | We publish below an edited version of the presentation given by Comrade Olly Laing at a Spartacus Youth Group forum in London on 22 October. more... 2 Comments
Stephen Millies | Michael Bloomberg, New York’s billionaire mayor who bought his second term in November, hadn’t planned on being confronted by nearly a hundred protesters during his extravagant inauguration on New Year’s Day. But there they were, picketing on Broadway across from City Hall. Their 50-square-foot banner demanded justice for survivors of the hurricanes that devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. more... 1 Comments
Mollie Bradley-Martin | Our president, for his part,informed the world that we are in a crusade.. This is an imperialist war with warped Christian overtones.. Support for Bush has eroded in every sector of the American public except within the Republican Party. To them he is not just a president. He is a deity.. He can do no wrong. more... 1 Comments
populist | What if we, the American citizenry, are the ones living in a bubble. isolated, clueless, without a clear fit in the world's puzzle? more... 0 Comments
Rainer Rupp | The unmistakable odor of failure hangs over Bush's so-called preventive war..At the beginning of November 2005, 53% of Americans were convinced the Bush administration pulled the wool over the population regarding Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.. As in the fairytale of "The Emperor's New Clothes," the majority of Americans in the course of 2005 noticed that president Bush stands naked. more... 5 Comments
by WSJ | Overpaid Anarchists more... 47 Comments
combat | A selection of pictures from Iraq taken in December 2005. Elections, murder, riots, repression. more... 2 Comments
Chihaya | Contractors, Marcenaries, Private soldiers -- whatever you call them... they are working in Iraq. more... 0 Comments
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Asad Abu-Khalil | But of course, the kinds of folks who push an ideology that required the expulsion of three-quarters-of-a-million Palestinians from their lands, and then lied about it, claiming there had been no such persons to begin with (as with Golda Meir’s infamous quip), can’t be expected to place a very high premium on truth. -- Tim Wise, anti-racist, anti-Zionist, Jewish-American activist, essayist & public speaker more... 0 Comments
Werner Pirker | Bush conceded in his speech that America's words cannot be trusted when he admitted mistakes in the justification of war. more... 0 Comments
Islamic Community Net | Ft. Hood hate killer Carpio's claim that he "accidentally" shot Muslimah Selina Akther while he deliberately opened fire as Sr. Selina stood at the window in her 5th floor apartment is unworthy of belief. He has spent the last six months training and practicing to murder Muslims at Ft. Hood. Ft. Hood's "1st Cavalry Division" (i.e., tanks) helped perpetrate last year's Fallujah genocide. more... 0 Comments
Franklin | On the Judicial Branch, continued more... 0 Comments
Vox Pop | • Spoken Word from Parenti and GNN’s Anthony Lappé (co-author of True Lies)
Salman Aftab | Approximately 200 people have been killed in raids in recent days conducted by the Pakistani military, reports Nawab Akbar Bugti, the tribal leader of Baluchistan, a southwestern Pakistani province rich in natural gas. more... 0 Comments
Win Animal Rights |
cleaves | In the recent past an American grandmother demonstrating against the tyrant Bush, held a placard as she marched on the Capital, it read, “The Road to Hell is lined with Bushes”. It is now evident that this grandmother (who puts younger Americans to shame) was exhibiting prophetic or intuitive insight. In that period Bush was relatively tame. This American woman and true patriot is an inspiration to us all. more... 1 Comments
TomSongs | New 2005 Retrospective Song “I Miss You” run time 3:05 more... 0 Comments
Daithí Mac Lochlainn | A new year is upon us and it promises to be an interesting one, as 2006 will be a Congressional election year.
Robert Fisk | "I first realized the enormous pressures on American journalists in the Middle East when I went some years ago to say goodbye to a colleague from the Boston Globe. I expressed my sorrow that he was leaving a region where he had obviously enjoyed reporting. I could save my sorrows for someone else, he said. One of the joys of leaving was that he would no longer have to alter the truth to suit his paper's more vociferous readers."
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