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News and editorials about the ever changing world after the events of September 11, 2001.


Rising Tide of Islamic Militants See Iraq as Ultimate Battlefield
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
Aug. 11, 2003

President Accepts Blame For Assertion In Speech
By MIKE ALLEN and DANA MILBANK
Published: Jul 31, 2003

Bush secures power by scaring us
Lewis W. Diuguid
07/29/2003
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Sovereignty and Solidarity: A Journey to Indian Country...Rhode Island
By DAVID GRENIER
July 18, 2003

A Big Letdown: Soldiers Learn They’ll Be in Baghdad Longer Than Expected
By Jeffrey Kofman
July 16, 2003

Give Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz the boot
By H.D.S. Greenway
7/11/2003

An Independence Day Declaration Of the People of The United States of America
A BuzzFlash Declaration of Independence for 2003
July 4, 2003

The Coming Financial Reality: An Interview with Economist Michael Hudson
By STANDARD SCHAEFER
July 11, 2003

Heir to the Holocaust
Prescott Bush, 1.5 Million Dollars, and Auschwitz: How the Bush Family Wealth is Linked to the Jewish Holocaust
Clamor Magazine Issue 14: Toby Rogers

These Weapons of Mass Destruction cannot be displayed (very amusing - read carefully!)
Cannot find weapons or CIA Error
Iraqi Explorer

A Former Special Forces Soldier Responds to Bush's Invitation for Iraqis to Attack US Troops: "Bring 'Em On?"
By STAN GOFF
July 3, 2003

I Never Promised You a Ruse Garden
A Letter from Michael Moore to George W. Bush
June 26, 2003

What Did He Know and When Did He Know It?
By Robert Scheer, AlterNet
June 18, 2003

George W. Bush's Resume
by Kelley Kramer
April 23, 2003

This is Your Story - The Progressive Story of America. Pass It On.
By Bill Moyers
June 4, 2003

Google as Big Brother
And then there were four:
Why we target Google

Credibility Gap, Anyone?
by Jim Lobe
6.3.03

Canadian PM Assails US Deficit
by Shawn McCarthy
5.28.03

The farmer
Classicist and raisin-grower Victor Davis Hanson argues that the USA needs a dose of ancient Greece's warrior culture. White House hawks are listening.
By Laura Secor
5/25/2003

On Being a Journalist
Bill Moyers
05.23.03

Journalist embedded with Fox News
By Andy Borowitz
Mar 28, 2003

Wild in the streets of Baghdad
Belatedly, the Pentagon is cracking down on looting and violence in the Iraqi capital. But U.S. credibility is already deeply damaged.
By Michelle Goldberg
5.17.03

Congress told of FBI terror fighting woes as early as 1995, memos show
John Solomon
5.16.03

Strange Weather Lately
By Kurt Vonnegut
5.9.03

See You in New York: Over Our Dead Bodies
By RICHARD PROCTER
May 3, 2003

Corporate Colonialism: Companies . . . March!
by James Ridgeway
April 23 - 29, 2003

The forgotten famine
While the western humanitarian focus is on Iraq, millions are starving in Africa in what is becoming a permanent continent-wide crisis
by John Vidal
Wednesday April 30, 2003

DEPT. OF CONNECTIONS
THE CONTRACTORS
Issue of 2003-05-05
Posted 2003-04-28

Mini-nukes a 'terrible idea,' adviser says
Bunker busters would not go deep enough
By Lisa Friedman
Wednesday, April 30, 2003

U.S. plans nuclear 'bunker buster'
Knight Ridder Newspapers
April 24, 2003

'Two soldiers and a tank'
That's all it would have taken to preserve Iraq's treasures, but the U.S. had other priorities beyond civilization's history
REZA BARAHENI
4.22.03

A nation lost
By James Carroll
4/22/2003

Bush Election Drive to Tap September 11 Memories
Republican party plans convention to coincide with third anniversary of attack
by Julian Borger in Washington
4.23.03

Taxes and corporate patriotism: U.S. companies facing embarrassing questions about offshore head offices during a time of war
LUKE ERIC PETERSON
4.22.03

Israeli Arsenal
Image from an article on www.commondreams.org

Spoils To the Victor
By Michael Kinsley
Friday, April 18, 2003

Why the anti-war movement was right
Clear and present danger? Quick fall of Baghdad proves that might makes wrong
by Arianna Huffington
04.17.03

For the people on the streets, this is not liberation but a new colonial oppression
America's war of 'liberation' may be over. But Iraq's war of liberation from the Americans is just about to begin
Robert Fisk
17 April 2003

'A Chill Wind is Blowing in This Nation...'
Transcript of the speech given by actor Tim Robbins to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on April 15, 2003.
Published on Wednesday, April 16, 2003 by CommonDreams.org

History Up In Flames
By Zahi Hawass

Jobs for the boys: the reconstruction billions
Questions over favoured firms' links to Bush administration
David Teather in New York
Tuesday April 15, 2003

The Next President
by Geov Parrish
April 9 - 15, 2003

Iraq Invasion By The Numbers
by Jackson Thoreau
April 03, 2003

Bowling for Kennebunkport
By FRANK RICH
April 6, 2003

Clash of the Administration Titans
Old rivals Colin Powell and Donald Rumsfeld square off in a new battle over how to rebuild a post-Saddam Iraq
By Michael Duffy and Massimo Calabresi
Posted Sunday, April 6, 2003

Daisy Chain, or Ode to a Hate Mailer
by BEN TRIPP
April 5, 2003

We See Too Much. We Know Too Much. That's Our Best Defense
by John Pilger
The Independent/UK April 6, 2003

The Smell of War
By Philip Caputo
March 30, 2003

Mesopotamia. Babylon. The Tigris and Euphrates
How many children, in how many classrooms, over how many centuries, have hang-glided through the past, transported on the wings of these words? And now the bombs are falling, incinerating and humiliating that ancient civilization
by Arundhati Roy
April 2, 2003

What Happened To America? A Letter, A Lament
by Margaret Atwood studied American literature, among other things, at Radcliffe and Harvard in the 1960s. She is the author of 10 novels. Her 11th, Oryx and Crake, will be published in May 2003.
April 14, 2003 (issue of the Nation)

Just the Beginning
Is Iraq the opening salvo in a war to remake the world?
By Robert Dreyfuss
Issue Date: 4.1.03

Get Ready for PATRIOT II
By Matt Welch, AlterNet
April 2, 2003

Bush: 'Our Long National Nightmare of Peace and Prosperity is Finally Over'
the Onion
1-18-01

I'd Like to Thank the Vatican...
By Michael Moore
March 27, 2003

The Death of America
by W. David Jenkins III
March 31, 2003

Petition from Veterans Rejected at White House
By Jan Barry
Veterans Against Iraq War

Kucinich: This War is Wrong And Must End
Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich
MARCH 28, 2003

Baghdad will be near impossible to conquer
by Simon Jenkins
March 28, 2003

Practice to Deceive
Chaos in the Middle East is not the Bush hawks' nightmare scenario--it's their plan.
By Joshua Micah Marshall
April 2003

United Way board member resigns in protest
The Times' Marty Petty cites United Way's decision to cancel a women's leadership event with Susan Sarandon.
By LEONORA LaPETER, Times Staff Writer
published March 28, 2003

Michael Moore plans Bush-bin Laden film
From the Life & Mind Desk
Published 3/28/2003

Marines Losing the Battle for Hearts and Minds
by James Meek outside Nassiriya
Tuesday, March 25, 2003

Live From Iraq, an Un-Embedded Journalist
Robert Fisk on Washington’s ‘Quagmire’ in Iraq, Civilian Deaths and the Fallacy of Bush’s ‘War of Liberation’
by Robert Fisk, Amy Goodman and Jeremy Scahill
Broadcast on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 by Democracy Now!

Walters Postpones Oscar Special, Smith Will Not Attend Ceremony
By Kit Bowen
3/20/03

No Red Carpet Treatment for Oscar
By City News Service
03/19/03

Myths and facts about the war
Let's be clear about what this war is, and what it is not
By Rahul Mahajan and Robert Jensen
03.20.03

IS BUSH NUTS?
by William Thomas
Feb. 12, 2003

A Letter from Michael Moore to George W. Bush on the Eve of War
Monday, March 17, 2003

Robin Cook resignation speech
Former UK foreign secretary and leader of the House of Commons, made an impassioned personal statement in parliament following his resignation on Monday (full-text)
Tuesday, March 18, 2003

No cards
Articles and info from the Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN)

War Inc.
American corporations with close ties to the White House are poised to cash in on Saddam's defeat. French companies need not apply.
By Farhad Manjoo
March 17, 2003

Defining patriots and taking back of Old Glory
Copyright 2003
Ashland Daily Tidings

On The Big What If?
The perils and possibilities of war
by John Powers
MARCH 14 - 20, 2003

Oscars blacklist stars in bid to prevent peace protest speeches
ANNETTE WITHERIDGE
3-11-03

The Erosion of the American Dream
It's Time to Take Action Against Our Wars on the Rest of the World
by GORE VIDAL
March 14, 2003

There Is a Third Way
By Jim Wallis and John Bryson Chane
Friday, March 14, 2003

Killing the Political Animal: CIA Psychological Operations and Us
by Heather Wokusch
October 12, 2002

Forget Iraq: The Real Battle Is In Turkey
by Heather Wokusch
December 26, 2002

Cleared to Taxi:
Vietnam 2 Pre-Flight Check
By CounterPunch Wire
March 10, 2003

Hope about all that's left
By BARBARA SHELLY
Posted on Sat, Mar. 08, 2003

DEATHLY DOUBTS
Banks case shows flaws in capital punishment process
March 7, 2003, 8:01PM

The 3 to 6 Gap
By E.J. Dionne Jr.
Friday, March 7, 2003

Grim Future for World's Water
Reuters
Mar. 05, 2003

Protesters cry foul over police videotaping
By Dorothy Korber
Wednesday, March 5, 2003

CounterPunch Diary
Invasion by Cellphone; Why Let Facts Stop a Good War?; John Barry's Unfeted Scoop; More on Goldberg's "Journalism"; Hitchens: the Jampot File
By ALEXANDER COCKBURN
March 5, 2003

Revealed: US dirty tricks to win vote on Iraq war
Martin Bright, Ed Vulliamy in New York and Peter Beaumont
Sunday March 2, 2003

Antiwar activists plan nonviolent blockades
By Dana Hull
3/1/2003

War
by Howard Zinn
02-27-03

Missing U.S.-Iraq History
By Robert Parry
February 27, 2003

When a government lies to its people
By Carla Binion
02-27-03

Artistic Sign Language: Signs of the Coming Bush Fall
Bernard Weiner
February 13, 2003

The Road Better Not Taken: A war against Iraq could be the most catastrophic blunder in U.S. history
Politics & Prose | by Jack Beatty
Atlantic Unbound | February 5, 2003

Caught on Film: The Bush Credibility Gap
Real Life Examples: A chronology of Bush saying one thing then doing another
Produced by the House Appropriations Committee – Minority Contact: David Sirota

WHAT LINCOLN KNEW ABOUT WAR.
Resolved
by Paul Berman
Post date 02.21.03

CBS EXECUTIVES WANT NO 'ANTI-WAR' STATEMENTS DURING GRAMMYS
DRUDGE REPORT
FRI FEB 21, 2003

Is Our Food Safe?
Genetically Engineered Crops Are Here -- Whether We Like It Or Not
by Karen Charman
Published: Feb 13 2003

Unhappy Meals
School lunches are loaded with fat -- and the beef and dairy industries are making sure it stays that way.
By Barry Yeoman
January/February 2003 Issue

Bookstores Buck Patriot Act
Associated Press
Feb. 21, 2003

Patriot II: The Sequel Why It's Even Scarier than the First Patriot Act
By ANITA RAMASASTRY
Monday, Feb. 17, 2003

If you liked Patriot Act I, don't miss the sequel
By ROBYN E. BLUMNER
© St. Petersburg Times
published February 16, 2003

ACLU Asks Florida Court to Strike Tell-All-Adoption Law
October 30, 2002

Where is Bush's plan to reform Medicare?
By SARA FRITZ
published February 17, 2003

The Real Reasons for the Upcoming War With Iraq: A Macroeconomic and Geostrategic Analysis of the Unspoken Truth
by W. Clark
January 2003

Millions Protest Prospect of U.S. War in Iraq
London Turnout Strong as Demonstrators Rally Around the Globe
By Glenn Frankel
Saturday, February 15, 2003

l70 Pictures from over 110 Protests around the World
February 15/16, 2003

Cities jammed in worldwide protest of war in Iraq
Demonstrations follow divided day at United Nations
Sunday, February 16, 2003

Thousands of anti-war protesters...
Yahoo Image
2-15-03

10 million join world protest rallies
From Africa to Antarctica, people prepare to march for peace
by John Vidal
Thursday February 13, 2003

Not our sons and daughters: Those who send us to war will not see their children fight and die
by Susan Estrich
02.12.03

Investigate 'Communist-style' peaceniks
Founding father of religious right urges government crackdown against 'neo-Communist' front groups
by Bill Berkowitz
02.12.03

Behind the Invasion of Iraq
from 'Aspects of India's Economy' (journal)
Nos. 33 & 34, December 2002

Bush Seeks to Recast Federal Ties to the Poor
States Would Gain Control Over Services; Funds for Some Programs Would Be Cut
By Amy Goldstein and Jonathan Weisman
Sunday, February 9, 2003

The U.S. Needs to Open Up to the World
To this European, America is trapped in a fortress of arrogance and ignorance
By BRIAN ENO
Posted Sunday, Jan. 12, 2003

Stop Bush's war madness now
by Richard Walton
02/07/2003

Beginning of the End: The US is Ignoring an Important Lesson from History - That an Empire Cannot Survive on Brute Force Alone
by Madeleine Bunting
Published Monday, February 3, 2003 by the Guardian/UK

Stopping the Drive to War
By James Weinstein
1.31.03

Signs of Protest: Signs Carried at British Peace Rallies
by CounterPunch Wire
February 3, 2003

The American Way of Torture: 'If We're Not in the Room, Who Is to Say?'
by Nat Hentoff
January 31st, 2003

Readers are unanimous: No to war
by Mike Bailey
January 26, 2003

To make war, presidents lie
By Robert Higgs
01/31/2003
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Chemical weapons, civil war and Arab rage could turn an invasion into a disaster
By Eric Boehlert
January 22, 2003

Premium hikes leave self-employed uninsured
By MALCOLM BRENNER
01/28/03

If Only They'd Tell It Like It Is
by Ellis Henican
January 29, 2003

A Warrior Against War
by Ellis Henican
January 24, 2003

In timing and in size, last weekend's antiwar protests made history
by Scott Laderman
Published Jan. 26, 2003

PRESIDENT REASSURES U.S.: "OUR RIGHTEOUS SLAUGHTER OF IRAQI BABIES SHALL NOT BE THWARTED BY FRAIDY CAT EURO-FAGGOTS!"
Statement by the President
January 21, 2003

Global Eye -- Cold Draft
The Moscow Times
By Chris Floyd

Senate Blocks Funding for Pentagon Database
By Susan Cornwell
Thu Jan 23, 2003

Rangel's Challenge
By E. J. Dionne Jr.
Friday, January 24, 2003

Role reversal: Bush wants war, Pentagon urges caution
By DOUG THOMPSON
Jan 22, 2003

Cadence and solidarity
Josef Hand-Boniakowski
January 21, 2003

Google hunts down "President Bush is demonstrating genuine leadership"
New(s) clones of our time
By Mike Magee
Monday 20 January 2003

A Stirring in the Nation
New York Times Editorial
January 20, 2003
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The Way We Are
By MAUREEN DOWD
01-19-03

Where’s the Dissent?
Antiwar protests are happening all over the country and the world, but the mainstream media are hardly paying attention
By Jennifer Barrett
Jan. 16, 2003

Crowd Estimates: 30,000 to 500,000
But Who's Counting? No One Officially
By Monte Reel
Sunday, January 19, 2003

Balance in the Earth
Moron at the Helm

Military voices of dissent
Parents of soldiers in the Gulf want a delay
By Steve Schifferes
Friday, 17 January, 2003

Bush cuts into green laws by stealth
Regulation changes favour party's industrial backers
Julian Borger in Washington
Friday January 17, 2003

Privacy & Technology: Government surveillance
“Big Brother” is No Longer a Fiction
ACLU Report
January 15, 2003

Activists Sound Bugle Call on U.S. Peace Campaign
By Laura MacInnis
Fri, Jan 17, 2003

U.S. Enroute To A Big Brother Society?
The Associated Press
Jan. 15, 2003

Today's anti-war movement is a multigenerational affair
By Michele M. Melendez
Published Jan. 12, 2003

The United States of America has gone mad
by John le Carré
January 15, 2003

A Veteran's Sleepless Nights
A Personal Reaction As A Nation Edges Toward War
By Shepherd Bliss
1-13-03

The 29th day for America?
By James Carroll
1/14/2003

Face Recognition Cameras Stir 'Big Brother' Fears
By Alan Elsner
1-12-03

New bill would force students to recite pledge
Law would affect students in public secondary schools
Associated Press
1-06-03

Imperial America
By MICHAEL IGNATIEFF
Published on 1/12/2003

Ryan Clearing Illinois Death Row
CHICAGO, Jan. 11, 2003

Silent on the Brink
By Mary McGrory
Sunday, January 12, 2003

One generation to save world, report warns
Influential body says last chances must be seized
Paul Brown, environment correspondent
Thursday January 9, 2003

Ellsberg's "Secrets" and Bush's War: An Intersecting History
by BERNARD WEINER
January 6, 2003

Ex-Bush speechwriter: I was to provide a justification for war
By Stephen Gowans
January 8, 2003

Our Quality of Life Peaked in 1974. It's All Downhill Now
We will pay the price for believing the world has infinite resources
by George Monbiot
12-31-02

Totalitarianism nears: Without protest, Americans are giving up freedom
By GLEN T. MARTIN
Thursday, January 02, 2003

On the Coast of Maine...
Craig Brown
Published on Saturday, January 4, 2003 by CommonDreams.org

Shooting the messenger: Report on layoffs killed
David Lazarus
1-03-03

The 10 Worst Corporations of 2002
by Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman
Published on Friday, January 3, 2002 by CommonDreams.org

9/11 Timeline: Abridged
by Paul Thompson
11-19-02

Top Ten Conspiracy Theories of 2002
By Mike Ward, PopMatters
January 2, 2003

Reinstate the Draft: Service to America should be a 'shared sacrifice' says NYC Congressman
By Bill Berkowitz
1-03-03

Draft Makes War Personal
By Dennis Duggan
January 1, 2003

Breaches Of Sense
By Mary McGrory
Thursday, January 2, 2003

The Bush-Saudi Connection
By Michelle Mairesse

The Business Of War
A Special Investigative Report By The Center For Public Integrity
December 27, 2002

Christmas in 'Fortress America'
By SEAN GONSALVES
Published: December 24, 2002

The Christmas bombings
By James Carroll
12/24/2002

Anticipation grows for AIDS vaccine
Human trial ends; findings awaited
By Raja Mishra
12/23/2002

N. Korea raises nuclear tensions
By Peter S. Goodman and Akiko Kashiwagi
12/23/2002

Lott Says He Fell Into Enemies' 'Trap'
By SHELIA HARDWELL BYRD
December 22, 2002

The forbidden friendship
By H.D.S. Greenway
12/20/2002

What If They Gave A War and Nobody Cared?
BY RICHARD REEVES
December 18, 2002

A Hundred Peace Movements Bloom
by Esther Kaplan
December 18, 2002

Bush Nominates Himself to Chair 9/11 Investigation
By William Rivers Pitt
Thursday, 19 December, 2002

Bush and the Saudi princess
By Mark Steyn
30 November 2002

300,000 troops to beat Saddam
By GEORGE PASCOE-WATSON
December 17, 2002

The papers that cried wolf
Brian Whitaker looks at how the American media are softening up public attitudes to war with Iraq
Monday December 16, 2002

Sweden Providing Platform for U.S. Officials Cowed by Bush
Intimidated bureaucrats regain their voice as protected guests of a genuinely democratic regime.
By: Dennis Hans
12/11/02

War Dames
If America invades Iraq, thousands of female U.S. soldiers will fight on the front lines.
By Phillip Carter
December 2002

Watch what you post
Attacks on Internet speech rights start on slippery slopes... and Cuban beaches
by Geov Parrish
12.13.02

Source: U.S. Firms on List Aided Iraq Arms Development
By Mohamad Bazzi
December 13, 2002

Four in 10 speak with conviction: No war
By HOWARD TROXLER, Times Columnist
published December 13, 2002

Answering The Cruise Missile Left On Iraq
by Edward Herman
December 09, 2002

American media called instruments of war propaganda
By Jesse J. DeConto
December 12, 2002

"Shallow Throat": Bush&Co. Arrogance Will Lead to Their Undoing
By Bernard Weiner
December 12, 2002

The Death of Operation TIPS Volunteer Spying Corps Dismissed
by Nat Hentoff
December 13th, 2002

Kissinger steps down as chairman of 9/11 panel
Cites controversy over potential conflicts of interest
Friday, December 13, 2002

The Three Mile Island of Biotech?
by John Nichols
December 12, 2002

Making the Connections
by Adrienne Rich
December 12, 2002

Going Down the Road
A Six-Pack Program for Democratic Recovery
by Jim Hightower
December 5, 2002

Quiet in Hollywood
by Jon Wiener
November 26, 2002

Business leaders rally against Iraq war threat
By Miriam Hill
Posted on Tue, Dec. 10, 2002

Preemptive Strikes Part Of U.S. Strategic Doctrine
'All Options' Open for Countering Unconventional Arms
By Mike Allen and Barton Gellman
Wednesday, December 11, 2002

They Thought They Were Free
How and why "decent men" became Nazis.
by Milton Mayer

Fueling war
With the cold war over, more global conflicts are being spurred by a scramble for natural resources rather than by geopolitics, and poor countries rich in mineral deposits are the new focal point.
By David R. Francis
December 5, 2002 edition

Poll Finds World Doubts U.S. Motives in Iraq
Support for War on Terrorism Matched by Suspicions About Oil
By Richard Morin
Wednesday, December 4, 2002

Gallup Poll: Homeland department draws poll skepticism
By Ann McFeatters
Wednesday, December 04, 2002

Bush Gets a Schoolmarm
Kissinger to the Rescue
by James Ridgeway
December 4 - 10, 2002

Protesting an Attack on Iraq
by Peter Rothberg
11/23/2002

Iraq Pledge of Resistance Call for Nationally Coordinated Days of Action
International Human Rights Day, December 10
MLK Days, January 15–20, 2003

LIES, DAMNED LIES AND TERROR WARNINGS
John Pilger on the evil art of black propoganda
By John Pilger

Kissinger inside or outside the box?
By MAUREEN DOWD
December 2, 2002

In life as in fiction, Greene's taunts left Americans in a quiet fury
US compiled secret reports on novelist for years, FBI files show
By Rob Evans and David Hencke
Monday December 2, 2002

Antiwar Effort Gains Momentum
Growing Peace Movement's Ranks Include Some Unlikely Allies
By Evelyn Nieves
Monday, December 2, 2002

The New American Freedom Fighters: Organizing Against General Ashcroft
By Nat Hentoff
November 29th, 2002

A Triumphant Call To Arms: The Apocalyptic Agenda Of The Neo-Conservatives
By Ahmad Faruqui
November 27, 2002

A Thanksgiving Day letter from Michael Moore
20% voted Republican. 19% voted Democrat. 61% said to hell with it. 23 months until we oust Dubya.
by Michael Moore
November 27, 2002

Welcome to Orwell’s Century
By: Charles Sullivan
11/26/02

KEEP BIG BROTHER'S HANDS OFF THE INTERNET
By Senator John Ashcroft
USIA Electronic Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4, October 1997

The war against reason
by Harold Pinter
11/28/02

'Open letter to the fledgling 'movement''
Shining Our Light on the Shadow Forces
By Bernard Weiner, The Crisis Papers
Date: Monday, November 25, 2002

Really 'Big Brother'
Given its potential to invade the privacy of everyone, the Total Information Awareness program should be shut down before it starts.
© St. Petersburg Times
published November 24, 2002

Book Review: The Madness of It All: Essays on War, Literature and American Life
By W.D. Ehrhart
2002

War Veterans Gather To Stop A New War
Angry military veterans attack “an administration of chickenhawks” who demand the blood of another generation of US soldiers and marines -- blood these macho-posturing, drum-beating hyper-"patriotic" middle age warriors refused to risk in their youth.
By Stewart Nusbaumer
November 11, 2002

Milwaukee: Growing Power Farms Spread In The Midwest
By Ben Calhoun
November 21, 2002

Resistance Rising!
True Patriots Networking
By Nat Hentoff
November 22, 2002

John Ashcroft's Amerika
By DOUG THOMPSON
Nov 22, 2002

Welcome to the American Gestapo
By DOUG THOMPSON
Nov 20, 2002

White House Loosens Clean Air Rules
By JOHN HEILPRIN
Fri Nov 22, 2002

Global warming will deplete water in western U.S., forecast says
By ANDREW BRIDGES
Thursday, November 21, 2002

Media ignores Bush's own Vietnam record - part AWOL, part deserter
President prefers other people fight and die
by Linda McQuaig
Dateline: Monday, November 18, 2002

Total(itarianism) Information Awareness
Homeland Security makes Molly use the f-word
By Molly Ivins
11.21.02

Bush Aide: Inspections or Not, We'll Attack Iraq
by Paul Gilfeather
Published on Thursday, November 21, 2002

US bank in hot water after telling clients to pull out of unionised firms
By Charlotte Denny
Thursday November 21, 2002

Developing the capability to build dossiers on all Americans
By DOUG THOMPSON
Nov 21, 2002

Fighting terror by terrifying U.S. citizens
by ROB MORSE
November 20, 2002

New Colossus Consumes Public Interest
The AT&T-Comcast Merger: A Harbinger Of The FCC's New Era Of Media Monopolies
By Jeff Chester
November 14, 2002

The Real Roots of Arab Anti-Americanism
by Barry Rubin
From Foreign Affairs, November/December 2002

Note from David:
What are the obvious events the author chooses to leave out in order to keep this story clean?

My initial response is that this point of view is easily dismissible if you are aware of the motivations and outcomes of many of the Middle Eastern, Arab conflicts. The real roots appear to be glossed over quickly in this defense of American interest. How does one turn the tables on this assertion quickly? I'll do my own homework on it. Just wondered if you had any initial thoughts or rebuttals to Rubin's account?

Commentary: Conspiracy of silence?
By Arnaud de Borchgrave
11/18/2002

Pentagon creates a Big Brother so Uncle Sam can keep his eye on us
Lawrence Donegan
Sunday November 17, 2002

How 'Conspiracy Kooks' Became More Credible Than the White House
by Maureen Farrell
November 18, 2002

Official: US oil at the heart of Iraq crisis
By Neil Mackay
November 17, 2002

Goldwater's Ghost in the Voting Machines?
by Thom Hartmann
November 16, 2002

War without death: The Pentagon promotes a vision of combat as bloodless and antiseptic
By Patrick J. Sloyan
November 17, 2002

Simpson on Sunday: Egypt provides the storage to give Baghdad breathing space
By John Simpson
11/17/2002

Fewer college activists at forefront
Many students say academic pressure leaves little time for politics
By Carrie Sturrock
November 17, 2002

What could go wrong in the war with Iraq
The American people may wake up one day to horrors they never imagined if our government decides to go to war with Iraq.
By Steve Chapman
November 17, 2002

Electronic snoops will make us a society of open books
By ROBYN E. BLUMNER
published November 17, 2002

A Confederacy of Cronies: Ruling by corporate fiat is no way to run a democracy
By George Packer
November/December 2002 Issue

The War on Academic Freedom
by Kristine McNeil
November 11, 2002

President Bush Asks NOT What You Can Do For Your Country
by Arianna Huffington
November 14, 2002

Bush Aides Consider Domestic Spy Agency
Concerns on FBI's Performance Spur Debate of Options
By Dana Priest and Dan Eggen
Saturday, November 16, 2002

Archeologists Look for UFO at Famed Roswell Site
by Zelie Pollon
Sat Nov 16, 2002

'A supersnoop's dream'
By Audrey Hudson
November 15, 2002

Penn. bill to require pledge in schools
Friday, November 15, 2002

Where Are The Progressives?
By Karen
November 13, 2002

REQUIEM FOR THE DEMOCRATS
By Ted Rall
Thu Nov 14, 2002

Homeland insecurity
Originally published November 15, 2002

A Call to Arms By an Enemy of War Against Iraq
By Courtland Milloy
Wednesday, November 13, 2002

How to Break the American Trance
By Doris Haddock
November 8, 2002

Let 'The Quiet American' Speak
By Brett Dakin
Tuesday, November 12, 2002

Resistance!
by WAYNE MADSEN
November 7, 2002

The shape of an Iraq invasion
Attack would blend swift surgical strikes with backup by 200,000 ground troops.
By Ann Scott Tyson
November 12, 2002

War by Spring
by William M. Arkin
Monday, November 11, 2002

INSIGHT
SHIHAB RATTANSI, CNN ANCHOR
Aired November 7, 2002

War Is A Force That Gives Us Meaning
An Interview With Author Chris Hedges
by Steven Rosenfeld October 30, 2002

US Army video game draws flak
by Nick Childs
Sunday, 10 November, 2002

Growing the alternative economy
“But if I don’t buy Nike or Gap, what should I buy?”

Kevin Danaher and Jason Mark
11-07-02

Commentary with Bill Moyers
Election 2002
11-08-02

Argentina checks Ford's 'military ties'
BBC News
6 November, 2002

No Child Unrecruited
Should the military be given the names of every high school student in America?
By David Goodman
November/December 2002 Issue

RUMSFELD WANTS EDUCATORS TO SUPPORT WAR ON TERROR
By CARL CAMPANILE
November 6, 2002

'Goon squads' ready for protests
BY FRANK MAIN
November 2, 2002

Voters Set Republicans Loose on the World
by James Ridgeway
November 6th, 2002

Where America has elected to go, no one will follow
The mid-term results show the stark contrast between the US and Europe
Hugo Young
Thursday November 7, 2002

Antiwar views split along generation gap
Surveys find the young most supportive of military action. Older citizens are skeptical.
By Ann Scott Tyson
November 6, 2002

Drugging Our Children The Legal Way
By Arianna Huffington
Article Dated 11/3/2002

No losses for biggest bosses
Thousands get laid off but CEOs still make millions
By DOUGLAS FEIDEN

Think Hard: It is time to take a careful and critical look at mass media -- and fight back
by Jeff Koopersmith
Nov. 6, 2002

World braces for 'triumphant' Bush.
By Martin Walker
Published 11/6/2002

'Message to America: Don't come crying...'
By D. Heil
November 06, 2002

America's New New Improved War©
by T.W. CROFT
October 24, 2002

Unexpected Allies, Unsung Heroes
by BRUCE F. COLE
November 4, 2002

Did 'New York Times' Blow Coverage of Antiwar March?
Paper Runs 'Make-up' Article Today
By Greg Mitchell
October 30, 2002

Massive Military Cargo Ships Leave U.S. Ports - MSC
Mon Nov 4, 2002

Republicans gain control of Congress
Power in Senate shifts away from Democrats
By Susan Milligan and Glen Johnson
11/6/2002

Victory for Bush, but with a hitch
By ADAM SMITH
© St. Petersburg Times
published November 6, 2002

Smoking limited, hog crates enlarged
Voters looked at a long list of amendments Tuesday. Their choices will have varying implications.
By ALICIA CALDWELL and ANITA KUMAR
© St. Petersburg Times
published November 6, 2002

English immersion plan wins over bilingual ed
By Anand Vaishnav
11/6/2002

Understanding the New Imperial Empire
Will America's Past Become America's Future?
by Sidney M. Willhelm
November 3, 2002

The Bush bunch setting new records for chutzpah
By MOLLY IVINS
Friday, November 1, 2002

Rally at Common Protests War in Iraq
Zinn addresses crowd of 25,000, including scores from Harvard
By JUSTIN D. GEST
Published on Monday, November 04, 2002

Army's secret 'people zapper' plans
by Antony Barnett
Sunday November 3, 2002

Scientists Say a Quest for Clean Energy Must Begin Now
By ANDREW C. REVKIN
November 1, 2002

Billions for Bahdad, Nothing for Veterans
American Legion, U.S. Newswire
31 Oct 8:30

Doubt in the Ranks
By David Ignatius
Friday, November 1, 2002

DOD Allegedly Covered Up Medical Records
Shaw Pittman, U.S. Newswire
30 Oct 13:29

Bush And His War Party Give Business A Bad Name
by David Cogswell

Is The BushAdmin The Fourth Reich?
By W. David Jenkins and Sara DeHart

Can Coke Prevent AIDS?
by Lisa Weinert
Posted October 24, 2002

Why Not Solar?
by Matt Bivens
10/28/2002

World Plants Near Extinction Close to 50 Pct.-Study
By Christopher Doering
10/30/02

Coming Home Again, To Rumors Of War
A Vietnam veteran returns home to a president in the hysterical grip of a serious mistake, to a congress as the cheerleader, and to chickenhawks wielding the big stick of patriotism. Sounds like deja vu.
By Igor Bobrowsky
October 31, 2002

How to cause extinction
Why the mainstream still views typical enviro as very strange bird
by Geov Parrish
10.21.02

Bracing for 'Primordial Combat'
Army Units' Training for Iraq Highlights Urban Fighting's Perils
By Vernon Loeb
October 31, 2002

Cure for War Fever
Universal service would force America to use its military might with care.
By David L. Englin
Web Exclusive: 10.30.02

Gore Vidal claims 'Bush junta' complicit in 9/11
America's most controversial novelist calls for an investigation into whether the Bush administration deliberately allowed the terrorist attacks to happen
Sunder Katwala
Sunday October 27, 2002

Election 2002: Rally time
This country, this system, this election: all fixable, and it's up to you
Molly Ivins
10.28.02

Heavily Thickening To Empire
Why I Marched On October 26
Steve Cobble

The Biggest Little Protest Of The War
Do You Have To Be A Sniper To Get Noticed?
David Helvarg
October 29, 2002

The Usual Suspects—and Beyond
100,000 Flood Washington for What May Be the Biggest American Antiwar March Since Viet Nam
by Esther Kaplan
October 27th, 2002

Neohawks: Leftists Who Love the War Too Much
Richard Goldstein
October 30 - November 5, 2002

Chicken hawks are hard to miss
By Mike Seate
Otober 28, 2002

The antiwar protestors came -- largest gatherings since the Vietnam War -- yet the news media hardly noticed. A report on the DC rally.
By Regis T. Sabol
10/28/02

Making a Killing: The Business of War
Oct. 28, 2002

The Secret War: Frustrated by intelligence failures, the Defense Department is dramatically expanding its 'black world' of covert operations
By William M. Arkin
October 27, 2002

The Death Of The Internet
How Industry Intends To Kill The 'Net As We Know It
Jeff Chester
October 24, 2002

Beyond Left: The Principles of Democracy
Why progressives should reject knee-jerk ideology, and organize along real-politik lines.
By Geov Parrish
October 21, 2002

Beyond Right: The Temptations of Empire
Why the ant-war movement should listen to the 'real right's' patriotic arguments against invading Iraq.
By Justin Raimondo
October 21, 2002

Greenpeace: Stop Global Warming or NY Submerges
By Sugita Katyal
October 27, 2002

Unanswered Questions: Harken Energy Chronology
Presented by… http://www.unansweredquestions.org/
By Mudpie
Updated Friday, October 25, 2002

Yes, It Was a Bushmaster.
Michael Moore (from Mike's messages - updated frequently)
October 25th, 2002

The Shame of the Politicians
by Daniel Ellsberg
October 23, 2002

Making our voices heard
Paul Loeb
10.22.02

THE CHICKEN HAWKS' WAR
By Saul Landau
October 11, 2002

Bush's Armageddon Obsession
The Looking Glass War
by MICHAEL ORTIZ HILL
October 19, 2002

Professors sign anti-war petition
By Paul Alongi
October 20, 2002

Moving forces signals approach of war: Transfers of troops, equipment will signal conflict is imminent
By Tom Bowman
Originally published October 21, 2002

War plans under fire as even Bush heartland talks peace
Dissent is coming from all quarters - even in Bush's own church.
Ed Vulliamy reports from Washington
Sunday October 20, 2002

I'm an American tired of American lies
Woody Harrelson, The Guardian
Thursday October 17, 2002

What is War?
by Mike Kress
October 16, 2002

Never Fear, You Can Shop Here: Store stocks anti-terror gear
By Graham Rayman
October 17, 2002

Please Help The War Effort: Ten sticky and nicely blasphemous things true patriots can do right now to help keep America free
By Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
October 18, 2002

LOCAL COMMENT: Firsthand look at Iraq underlines perils of attack
By David E. Bonior
October 18, 2002

IN THE WAR AGAINST IRAQ, WASHINGTON IS A SACRIFICE-FREE ZONE
by Mark Shields
OCTOBER 12-13, 2002

House Viet vet smacks Iraq war
Juan Gonzalez

BEHOLD CAESAR
by Richard Heinberg
No. 128 October 2002

Misleading the Nation to War
By Sam Parry
October 15, 2002

We need Star Wars (when pigs can fly)
By CRAGG HINES
Oct. 11, 2002

Variations on Iraq
GUEST COLUMN | GLENDA GILMORE
Published Friday, October 11, 2002

Commentary: Words Of War & Fears Of Disaster
By Kevin Bowen
October 11, 2002

What the US President wants us to forget
Robert Fisk
09 October 2002

Operation Endless Deployment
by WILLIAM D. HARTUNG, FRIDA BERRIGAN & MICHELLE CIARROCCA
October 3, 2002

War Plans and Pitfalls
by MICHAEL T. KLARE
October 3, 2002

America's great misleader
by Simon Tisdall
Tuesday October 8, 2002

Truth on Iraq Seeps Through
Robert Scheer
October 8, 2002

The 'C' word: One magic word that might diffuse the public-opinion dumb bomb
Arianna Huffington
10.08.02

The Calm Before The Storm
Southern Style
by Rebecca Knight
October 7, 2002

The West's battle for oil
Neil Mackay
Sunday Herald

U.S. Bolstering Forces in Gulf
Pentagon Says It Is Not Preparing a Surprise Attack on Iraq
By a Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, October 5, 2002

VETERANS GROUP CALLS FOR RUMSFELD RESIGNATION
2 Oct. 2002

What We're In For
The Waldman Political Report
2002-09-19

PERMANENT REVOLUTION
by Ted Rall
Wed Oct 2

Somebody Blew Up America
by AMIRI BARAKA
October 3, 2002

The Fifty-first State?
by James Fallows
November 2002

A Pre-War Checklist
by Peter Nelson
October 1, 2002

Media that obediently speak the language of war
By JOHN MACLACHLAN GRAY
Tuesday, October 1, 2002

New world water: Capitalists line up to take a swig of water rights
Molly Ivins
10.01.02

Adieu, Christopher, Adieu: Contrary to Reason
by RICHARD HARTH
October 1, 2002

One Vote Away Republicans could win control of the entire federal government in November. Why won't Democrats talk about it?
By Nicholas Confessore
October 2002

The War on Iraq Is a Runaway Train
Don Hazen, AlterNet
September 23, 2002

Guess who might use nuclear weapons in Iraq?
Elizabeth Sullivan
09/30/02

Unasked Questions
By William Raspberry
Monday, September 30, 2002

The president's real goal in Iraq
By JAY BOOKMAN
9/29/02

Doubts set in on Afghan mission
Troops have often had little to do
By Rupert Wingfield Hayes
Saturday, 28 September, 2002

San Francisco anti-war protest draws thousands
AP breaking news
Saturday, September 28, 2002

Veterans Administration already fails in its duty
And after the war, what of the veterans?
By BROOKS S. McDANIEL
Friday, September 27, 2002

Afghanistan Imperiled
by AHMED RASHID
September 26, 2002

Russia fears US oil companies will take over world's second-biggest reserves
By Andrew Buncombe in Washington
26 September 2002

Post-9/11 Economic Windfalls for Arms Manufacturers
By Michelle Ciarrocca
September 2002

Masters of War
by Bob Dylan

Be ready to oversee cruel mayhem
Nicholas D. Kristof
September 25, 2002

Washington prepares for influx of protesters
By Jonathan D. Salant
9/24/2002

Uncle oSAMa Says: I Want YOU To Invade Iraq
9/24/02

Agribusiness, Biotechnology And War Wartime Profiteering And The Disturbing Expansion Of Chemical Agriculture
Brian Tokar
9/23/02

Online special: Molly Ivins
Creators Syndicate
9/23/02

U.S. Taking Steps to Ready Forces for Iraq Fighting
By THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT
9/23/02

Study: New Demands Could Tax Military
Historical Precedent Suggests 100,000 Troops Would Be Needed to Rebuild Iraq
By Vernon Loeb
Monday, September 23, 2002

What's Behind the Magic Trick of War?
by Thom Hartmann
Sunday, September 22, 2002

Byrd
U.S. Senate conscience
Saturday September 21, 2002

Bush Stonewalls on Pre-9/ll Knowledge
David Corn
09/20/2002

War on Words: Censorship in Times of Crisis
ACLU

Ironic if Bush himself causes jihad
Salman Rushdie
September 10 2002

A TIME TO BREAK SILENCE, Martin Luther King, Jr.
Declaration of Independence from the War in Vietnam
Riverside Church, New York City, April 4, 1967 (exactly one year before his assassination)

No stopping them now
Diplomatic Editor Trevor Royle

Unveiled: the thugs Bush wants in place of Saddam
David Pratt

SPYING ON US
BY JIM WILSON

Probe: U.S. Knew of Jet Terror Plots
By KEN GUGGENHEIM
September 18, 2002

How Saddam Happened
America helped make a monster. What to do with him—and what happens after he’s gone—has haunted us for a quarter century
By Christopher Dickey and Evan Thomas
NEWSWEEK - September 23 issue

Lemon Fizzes on the Banks of the Euphrates
By MAUREEN DOWD
September 18, 2002
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Spy Agencies Had Pre-9/11 Threats on U.S. Soil
By Tabassum Zakaria
September 17, 2002

My PArty Must Say No To War
By Hank Perritt
Tuesday, September 17, 2002

Keeping faith in our doubts
By James Carroll
9/17/2002

Attack would breed more terrorists
BY JOHN B. QUIGLEY
Posted on Mon, Sep. 16, 2002

Who goes to war for a nation that values autonomy first?
By MARK SHIELDS
Monday, September 16, 2002

Now They Check the Books You Read
By Joan E. Bertin
September 16, 2002

THE WAR ON WHAT?
by NICHOLAS LEMANN
The White House and the debate about whom to fight next.
Issue of 2002-09-16
Posted 2002-09-09

Dissenters on campus singled out by conservative council
Emily Eakin, New York Times
Saturday, November 24, 2001

Bush planned Iraq 'regime change' before becoming President
By Neil Mackay
Sunday Herald

Days of Infamy
by Rebecca Knight
September 11, 2002

Overthrowing Saddam 'just the first step'
September 11 2002

Things We Lost in the Fire
While the Ruins of the World Trade Center Smoldered, the Bush Administration Launched an Assault on the Constitution
by Alisa Solomon
week of September 11 - 17, 2002

Dialing for Doomsday: George W. Bush and the End of the World
By Maureen Farrell
September 10, 2002

Wal-Mart's War on Workers: Report from UFCW
Wal-Mart's War On Workers: Frontline Report From South Carolina and Texas
U.S. Newswire
10 Sep 2002

Ten Reasons Why Many Gulf War Veterans Oppose Re-Invading Iraq
By Anonymous, AlterNet
September 9, 2002

The Selling Of A War: The War With Iraq
Like a marketing campaign to sell toothpaste, the Bush Administration has launched a campaign to sell the product of war.
By Regis T. Sabol

How to Squander Moral Capital
In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, the world expressed its sympathy and solidarity with America. One year later, the Bush administration's illogic and arrogance have pumped new life into anti-Americanism.
By Todd Gitlin
September 9, 2002

The Long Haul
By PAUL KRUGMAN
September 10, 2002
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Drain the swamp and there will be no more mosquitoes
By attacking Iraq, the US will invite a new wave of terrorist attacks
Noam Chomsky
Monday September 9, 2002

The Soul of the Worker
by Dennis J. Kucinich
Wednesday, August 14, 2002

Reflecting on rights lost in the past year
Star-Telegram
September 8, 2002

Chickenhawk Vs. Chicken Little
By Terry M. Neal
September 6, 2002

When contemplating war, beware of babies in incubators
by Tom Regan
September 6, 2002

Stepford Citizen Syndrome: Top 10 Signs Your Neighbor is Brainwashed
by Maureen Farrell
September 5, 2002

Hail and farewell
Chris Matthews
September 1, 2002

'America's Army' Targets Youth
by Jacob Hodes & Emma Ruby-Sachs
Special Report

Deals for Dubya
Bush’s family ties to shady bank BCCI help explain his “success.” in the oil biz
by Bob Fitrakis
August 29, 2002

How did Iraq get its weapons? We sold them
By Neil Mackay and Felicity Arbuthnot
Sunday Herald

General Ashcroft's Detention Camps: Time to Call for His Resignation
Nat Hentoff
September 4 - September 10, 2002

Heading for Trouble: Do we really want to occupy Iraq for the next 30 years?
By James Webb
Wednesday, September 4, 2002

Clearing up the election that won't die
By Lance deHaven-Smith
September 2, 2002

Chickenhawks Crow for War
By Matt Bivens
September 2, 2002

Hesselberg: How low can we go?
George Hesselberg
9/02/02

A Puritan on the warpath
Tristram Hunt
Sunday September 1, 2002

U.S. faces bigger issues than hitting Iraq
By MASAMICHI HANABUSA
Special to The Japan Times
September 1, 2002

We have met the leaders of a new world - and it turns out they are us
By Bruce Mulkey
POSTED: Aug. 16, 2002

THE TRUTH ABOUT SEPTEMBER 11
By Ted Rall
August 7, 2002

Going largely unnoticed, a dramatic shift in our culture is underway
By Bruce Mulkey
POSTED: June 7, 2002

Real patriots must act or symbolic gestures will be irrelevant
By Bruce Mulkey
POSTED: July 5, 2002

Speaking Out About Wiretaps
By John Podesta and Peter Swire
Friday, August 30, 2002

Web Exclusives: What War Looks Like
By Howard Zinn, a columnist for The Progressive magazine DOES BUSH REALLY KNOW WHAT TO DO IN IRAQ?
By Richard Reeves
Wed Aug 28, 2002

"Windbags of War"
by P.M. Carpenter
September 3, 2002

Military Action May Get Peace Movement Rolling
By JOHANNA NEUMAN
September 2, 2002

Repeating Past Mistakes
by W. David Jenkins
September 1, 2002

The Loyal Opposition: Bush Cornered
War-Talk Has Given The U.S. No Exit
David Corn
August 30, 2002

The New Silent Majority
by Rebecca Knight
August 26, 2002

US presses Africa to take GM foods
John Vidal in Johannesburg
Friday August 30, 2002

U.S. general tells Israelis war will start by late November
SPECIAL TO WORLD TRIBUNE.COM
Friday, August 30, 2002

US blocks move to give powers to those threatened by multinationals
Paul Brown, environment correspondent in Johannesburg
Thursday August 29, 2002

Darth Rumsfeld
By Jason Vest
Issue Date: 2.26.01

Mad as Hell
by Jeff Crook

On this Labor Day, swindled workers count their losses
By Derrick Z. Jackson
8/28/2002

The Vietnam Folly Calls Out to Us as War Fever Burns
By STANLEY I. KUTLER
August 27, 2002

George Bush Channels George Orwell
Can A Sitting President Be Charged With Plagiarism?
Adapted from an essay by Daniel Kurtzman
August 26, 2002

A patriotic veteran is outraged by president, attorney general
Sunday, August 25, 2002
Donald Clark

Portland Bush Protest - Photos and Text - Part 2
by PDX Dragon
Sat Aug 24 '02 (Modified on 5:55pm Tue Aug 27 '02)

Shah's son in U.S. plots return of royalty to Iran
August 26, 2002
BY RON KAMPEAS

The Soldier of the Constitution: Keeping the FBI Lawful
Nat Hentoff
August 23rd, 2002 4:00 PM

Aid flows to Afghanistan, in drips
By Scott Baldauf
August 27, 2002

Iraq poses crude oil headache for the US
by Carl Mortished
August 26, 2002

Should We Invade Syria?
Tom DeLay's case for war with Iraq—and nine other countries.
By William Saletan
Posted Friday, August 23, 2002, at 2:50 PM PT

We the People, We the Warriors
By Talbot Brewer
Monday, August 26, 2002

BuzzFlash Message to America's Veterans: Part III
A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL
August 26, 2002

Former Enron Exec Pleads Guilty to Fraud
By C. Bryson Hull
Wed Aug 21, 2002

White House Push for Iraqi Strike Is on Hold
By Dana Milbank
Sunday, August 18, 2002

Iraq war to carry a high tab
By Howard LaFranchi
from the August 19, 2002 edition

Iraq: In all but name, the war's on
By Marc Erikson
August 17, 2002

The war on Iraq is already under way
Jonathan Manthorpe
August 18, 2002

Editorial by Molly Ivin
RELEASE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2002, AND THEREAFTER

Our Pearl Harbor: The latest NSA revelations suggest the 9-11 plot could have been foiled
By John Prados
Web Exclusive: 6.21.02

Chicago: Cooling the City with Green Rooftops
Lester Graham
AUDIO
June 27, 2002

Kissinger, Quayle, Gingrich and Perle on a Lie Detector?
by David Corn
08/07/2002

Greens at the Crossroads
by Micah L. Sifry

The Men From JINSA and CSP
by Jason A. Vest
for September 2, 2002

'If attacked, Israel might nuke Iraq'
By Ze'ev Schiff
August 16, 2002

Did George W. Bush Evade Income Taxes on His Harken Loans?
by Bob Fertik
August 15, 2002

Message to Bush: Don’t Attack Iraq
Political Veterans of Gulf War Caution Bush Administration
By John Yang
August 15, 2002

Corporate Accountability On Terrorism?
by Al Hunt
August 15, 2002

U.S. Asks For Immunity in Colombia
Thu Aug 15, 2002

Iraq-invasion talk roils Morocco
By Doris H. Gray
August 15, 2002

Who's On PFIAB?--A New Bush Secret
by David Corn
08/14/2002

"Wealth and Democracy"
by Kevin Phillips

Who Will Fight the War Against Iraq?
A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL
August 13, 2002

Peacefully, Nigerian women win changes from big oil
By Michael Peel
August 12, 2002 edition

First they came for others...
Molly Ivins
August 11, 2002

Even at its best, war is never predictable
BY ANDREW GREELEY
August 9, 2002

Troops as Strikebreakers? Bush Administration Considers 'Options' in West Coast Dock Talks

When the Truth Had Consequences
Dan Morgan
August 11, 2002

It's amateur hour for administration hawks
By William Pfaff
August 9, 2002

A BUZZFLASH INTERVIEW WITH THE CO-AUTHOR OF "FORBIDDEN TRUTH: U.S. TALIBAN SECRET OIL DIPLOMACY AND THE FAILED HUNT FOR BIN LADEN."
Jean-Charles Brisard
August 1, 2002

Puncturing the assumptions
Arnaud de Borchgrave
August 7, 2002

Military Spending Clock by CDI

Domestic, Personal Issues May Sway Bush on Iraq
By Alan Elsner, National Correspondent
Fri Aug 9, 2002

U.S. Overhauls Operation TIPS Plan
By CHRISTOPHER NEWTON
Sat Aug 10, 2002

Fending Off The Threat Of Peace: U.S. Media's Complicit Role In The Drum-Beating
Norman Solomon
August 8, 2002

Before war with Iraq, consider this
By Carla Binion
August 8, 2002

Dems' Fightin' Words
Democrats debate policy quite nicely. But until they embrace politics, become proud partisans and figure out who they are, they will be continually clobbered.
By Michael Tomasky
Issue Date: 8.5.02

Making the Most of a Scandal
Todd Gitlin
July 29, 2002

Tucson: 'Fight Like Hell For Your Values'
Granny D's Speech Calling For Corporate Reform
Doris "Granny D" Haddock speaking at the Rolling Thunder Chautauqua in Tucson, Arizona
July 27, 2002

WAR PLAN
By NILES LATHEM
August 6, 2002

Bush's Conspiracy to Riot
By Robert Parry
August 5, 2002

Amid the clouds of deception, US speeds along road to war
Beyond the black arts of propaganda it is just a question of picking the right time for an invasion of Iraq
Peter Beaumont, foreign affairs editor
Sunday August 4, 2002

Bush Campaign Flew Enron, Halliburton Jets During 2000 Recount
By Laura Smitherman
August 2, 2002

Judge: U.S. must release names of most 9/11 detainees
August 3, 2002

Judge Orders Release of Terror Detainee Names
August 2, 2002

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    NY Man Sues, Claiming Fast Food Ruined His Health
    By Gunna Dickson
    July 26, 2002

    Jury debates Boston supremacist case
    By DENISE LAVOIE
    July 26, 2002

    Buying Trouble: Your Grocery List Could Spark a Terror Probe
    by Erik Baard
    July 24 - 30, 2002

    The Martial Plan: Ethics, Ethnics Both Under Fire
    by James Ridgeway
    July 24 - 30, 2002

    CIA's Anti-Drug Message for Kids
    By Martin A. Lee
    March 4, 2001

    Twice as Bad as Hoover
    July 23, 2002

    We Hold These Truths
    by Rebecca Knight
    July 23, 2002

    Don't Get Burned Twice
    A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL
    July 23, 2002

    The Corporate Crookbook

    Police State in a land of superlatives
    By Doreen Miller
    July 23, 2002

    Dictatorship At Your Doorstep
    Why "Anti-Terrorism" Laws Threaten You
    by James R. Elwood & Jarret B. Wollstein
    May 2002

    I Am A Good American
    by Faun Otter
    July 20, 2002

    Farewell, My Cokie
    by Eric Alterman, The Nation
    August 5, 2002 edition

    U.S. government doesn't trust Americans
    Joseph Farah
    Posted: July 17, 2002

    McCain: First, They Robbed Him...Then Gore
    by Liz Taylor
    July 19, 2002

    Neighborhood Spies And Nightmares
    by Lois Erwin
    July 29, 2002

    Ex-U.S. officials warn that U.S. policies threaten repression
    LINDA DEUTSCH, AP Special Correspondent
    July 16, 2002

    Can you imagine working at the following Company?
    It has a little over 500 employees with the following statistics...

    House Passes Fraud Penalty Bill
    By MARCY GORDON
    July 16, 2002

    US planning to recruit one in 24 Americans as citizen spies
    By Ritt Goldstein
    July 15 2002

    What Is Operation TIPS?
    July 14, 2002
    Washington Post

    Lawmakers Change Bush Homeland Plan
    By CURT ANDERSON
    July 11, 2002

    A Tsunami of Scandal
    By Jim Hoagland
    Sunday, July 7, 2002

    Bush Defends Past Business Dealings, Rejects Comparison to Recent Corporate Scandals
    President Also Calls on Congress for Terror War Funding
    Associated Press
    July 8, 2002

    Everyone Is Outraged
    By PAUL KRUGMAN
    July 2, 2002

    Populism, Bush-style
    By Molly Ivins
    Tuesday, July 02, 2002

    The Corporate Theft Of The World's Water: An Excerpt From Blue Gold
    Maude Barlow & Tony Clarke
    July 1, 2002

    Bye bye American pie
    Behind the crisis in corporate America is a combination of pernicious Southern conservatism and unadulterated greed, argues Will Hutton.
    Sunday June 30, 2002

    A Toxic Burden
    Despite mounting scientific evidence, Washington refuses to accept the deadly legacy of its chemical warfare in Vietnam.
    by George Sanchez
    June 24, 2002

    A Contract to Spend
    A company with powerful Washington connections stands to earn millions supporting the Pentagon's War on Terror -- thanks to a contract critics call an invitation to overspend.
    by Kathleen Hennessey
    May 23, 2002

    You Must Be A Fag: Among the spurts of seething hate mail our columnist receives, one recurring -- and sadly distressing -- attack
    By Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
    June 14, 2002

    A Time For Dissent: Bush's Foreign Policy Follies Scream Out For Opposition.
    Robert Kuttner
    July 3, 2002

    Dissent In Pursuit Of Equality, Life, Liberty And Happiness: An Interview With Historian Howard Zinn
    Sharon Basco
    July 3, 2002

    The Corporate Theft Of The World's Water: An Excerpt From Blue Gold
    Maude Barlow & Tony Clarke
    July 1, 2002

    How Hot Is Too Hot?
    By BOB HERBERT
    June 24, 2002
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    Why a First Strike Will Surely Backfire
    By William A. Galston
    Sunday, June 16, 2002

    Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    FBI campaign against Einstein revealed
    By Dr David Whitehouse
    June 8, 2002

    Poor Nations Denounce U.S. Farm Subsidies
    Protectionism Adds to Hunger, Critics Say
    By Nicole Winfield
    Associated Press Writer
    Wednesday, June 12, 2002

    Have You Had Your Bush Outrage This Week?
    Harley Sorensen, Special to SF Gate
    June 10, 2002

    White House opposes biotech labels
    By Paul Elias
    June 10, 2002

    Assault On America
    by Rebecca Knight
    June 7, 2002

    Ex-UC Chief Calls FBI Actions Despicable
    Clark Kerr reacts to Chronicle report on bureau misdeeds
    by Seth Rosenfeld
    June 10, 2002

    White House warmonger
    Chris Matthews
    June 9, 2002

    FBI wants to track your Web trail
    By Lisa M. Bowman
    June 6, 2002

    Ignoring a Growing Peril
    By BOB HERBERT
    June 6, 2002

    The graduation message we won't hear
    By Michael Borucke and Oren Weinrib
    6/4/2001

    'Nucular' Winter
    by Bridget Gibson
    June 6, 2002

    President is turning U.S. into serfdom
    By Jeane Morris
    May 31, 2002

    He waved away warnings
    Maybe George W. Bush didn't twig to terrorist data from U.S. intelligence because he was busy protecting his Saudi pals, says JOHN R. MacARTHUR
    June 4, 2002

    Misdirected Snooping Doesn't Stop Terror
    By DAVID COLE
    June 4, 2002
    * Free Registration Required *

    US pupils face random drug testing
    The Supreme Court is set to reject a teenager's challenge, in a victory for the Right
    Lawrence Donegan
    Sunday June 2, 2002

    Bush Knew
    This is the beginning of a collection of compelling articles that refute the assertions that Bush and his administration had no prior knowledge of events that were strong indicators of the 9-11 tragedy. Please feel free to send us links to stories.

    FBI Gets Broad Domestic Spy Powers
    By PETE YOST, Associated Press Writer
    Thu May 30

    Gould's battle against racism
    By Derrick Z. Jackson
    5/29/2002

    Liberty!
    By BuzzFlash Contributing Writer Rebecca Knight
    May 27, 2002

    Agent: FBI Could Have Prevented 9-11
    Wes Vernon, NewsMax.com
    Friday, May 31, 2002

    *Free, fast registration required*
    An Erosion of Civil Liberties
    Editorial/Opinion
    May 31, 2002

    '12m deaths' in nuclear war
    By Ahmed Rashid in Islamabad
    (Filed: 28/05/2002)
    * Free Registration Required *

    Anti-War Rally Ties Up Golden Gate Bridge
    Cops stop traffic to make arrests at Golden Gate
    May 26, 2002

    Coleen Rowley's Memo to FBI Director Robert Mueller
    An edited version of the agent's 13-page letter
    May 21, 2002

    Patriotism's Secret History
    by Peter Dreier & Dick Flacks
    June 3, 2002

    Revelations of Pre-September 11 Warnings Require PATRIOT ACT Repeal
    by Peter Erlinder
    Monday, May 20, 2002

    Supreme Court to rule on listing sex offenders
    By Linda Greenhouse
    Tuesday, May 21, 2002

    Author Stephen Jay Gould, 60, succumbs to cancer
    By Theo Emery
    May 21, 2002

    Education or Activism?
    No one seemed to notice Ian Michael Harvey's political views until he was challenged at an antiwar demonstration. That's when the challengers found out he was a high school teacher.
    By THOMAS C. TOBIN
    © St. Petersburg Times
    published May 20, 2002

    Now is the Time to Ask Questions
    By Kevin Raybould
    May 18, 2002

    THE LIE WON’T STAND
    Bush Administration Explanations for Pre-9-11 Warnings Fail the Smell Test
    Warnings Received From Heads of State, Allied Intelligence Services Specifically Warned of Suicide Attacks by Hijackers
    Insider Trading Also Clearly Warned of Attacks
    by Michael C. Ruppert
    May 16, 2002

    What did the press know and why didn’t they tell us?
    by Christian Livemore
    05/17/02

    US media cowed by patriotic fever, says CBS star
    Network news veteran admits national mood caused him to shrink from tough questions on war in Afghanistan
    Matthew Engel in Washington
    Friday May 17, 2002

    Reposted: Notes from the Grassy Knoll
    William Rivers Pitt
    April 24, 2002

    Could Colombia Become The New Vietnam?
    U.S. To Pad Accounts Of Colombia's Unaccountable Military
    David Rabin
    May 16, 2002

    The Majesty -- And Plunder -- Of The Commons
    A Review Of David Bollier's Silent Theft
    Jonathan Rowe
    May 13, 2002

    What Bush Knew Before Sept. 11
    WASHINGTON
    May 16, 2002

    FBI's Secret Cyber-Monitor
    Associated Press
    Nov. 21, 2001

    The Great Evasion
    By PAUL KRUGMAN
    May 14, 2002

    BUSH FAMILY AND REPUBLICAN CORRUPTION
    The Independent Voter

    State college costs too expensive for many
    BY MARION DAVIS
    05/14/2002

    Stanley Shareholders OK Bermuda Plan
    By MASHA HERBST, Associated Press Writer
    May 9, 2002

    Nevada Loses Effort to Block Nuke Site
    By H. JOSEF HEBERT, Associated Press Writer
    May 9, 2002

    State Attorney Finds Public Access Show Not Obscene
    By TED BYRD, Tampa Tribune
    Published: May 9, 2002

    War on terror may extend to Cuba
    Julian Borger in Washington
    Tuesday May 7, 2002

    The Free Market Shrugged
    Arianna Huffington
    April 18, 2002

    The Modern Capitalist's Golden Rule: Take The Money And Run
    M. W. Guzy
    May 6, 2002

    McDonald's and Corporate Social Responsibility? A Ronald McDonald Fantasy
    Paul Hawken
    May 6, 2002

    The Contra Government
    by Bridget Gibson
    May 5, 2002

    Public Colleges, Broken Promises
    Op/Ed
    May 5, 2002

    Events Raise Nuclear Safety Questions
    By H. JOSEF HEBERT, Associated Press Writer
    Mon May 6, 2002

    Myanmar Frees Democratic Leader
    By DANIEL LOVERING, Associated Press Writer
    Sun May 5, 2002

    Is the Pope Catholic?
    By BILL KELLER
    May 4, 2002

    Patriotic Posters
    Satirical Images from Whitehouse.org

    Next up--eye scans on driver's licenses?
    By Margaret Kane
    May 1, 2002

    Tigris dam damns Assur
    The Iraqi government is building a dam which will obliterate the capital of the ancient Assyrian empire
    By Martin Bailey

    Soldiers of fortune
    Civilian employees of Dick Cheney's former company are carrying out military missions around the world – for profit.
    By Pratap Chatterjee
    May 1, 2002

    Nike Can't Just Say It, Court Rules
    Maura Dolan
    5.3.02

    Clinton, for $50M, could be talk of TV
    By Peter Johnson, USA TODAY
    5.2.02

    Crony Capitalism, American-Style
    by Joseph Stiglitz
    February 2002

    How Wal-Mart is Remaking our World
    Jim Hightower, Hightower Lowdown
    April 26, 2002

    Judge Rejects 9/11 Perjury Indictment
    John Goldman
    5.1.02

    The same old song: Unfinished business for victims of Henry Kissinger
    Bill Berkowitz
    04.29.02

    Afghan laws still repress women: Refusing suitor, leaving husband bring jail time
    By Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah
    Published April 28, 2002

    Keep an eye on the military
    By ANDY ROONEY
    4/28/2002

    The War at Home: Federal Law Enforcement Officials Follow International Terrorism’s Money Trail from Northern Virginia to Saudi Arabia, but President Bush Says That’s Far Enough
    A Special Report from Democrats.com
    By David Lytel
    29 April 2002

    US proposal OK'd to let Arafat free
    2 sides agree; Israel rebuffs UN on probe

    By Colin Nickerson, Globe Staff
    4/29/2002

    Log cabin to White House? Not any more
    Will Hutton
    Sunday April 28, 2002

    A Case History in the Culture of Lies: The Washington Post
    Lying Right Out in the Open
    By Charles Utwater II
    April 26, 2002

    Plundering the Philippine Biodiversity For World Medicine
    by Michael A. Bengwayan

    Part 3 of a four-part series
    September 11: The circumstantial case
    By Bill Molson, Online Journal Contributing Writer
    April 24, 2002

    Online organizing?
    It works well for grass-roots activists, but can the Internet become an important organizing tool for the major parties?
    Apr 10, 2002

    Spoiling For A Fight: Nuts, Nuisances And Nonpersons
    When The Media Dismisses Third-Party Candidates, The Public Loses
    Micah L. Sifry
    4.18.02

    The Loyal Opposition: Inhofe's Pro-Apocalypse Foreign Policy
    Why Conservative Christians Back A Genesis-Inspired Mid-East Map
    David Corn
    4.19.02

    Bush is no Roosevelt on ecology
    By Derrick Z. Jackson
    4/24/2002

    Notes from the Grassy Knoll
    A BuzzFlash Analysis by guest writer William Rivers Pitt
    April 24, 2002

    The Taxonomist: Your Federal Tax Dollars at Work
    By Robert S. McIntyre
    Issue Date: 5.20.02

    Mondo Washington: Spy Planes and Bibles and Talibs, Oh My! - Karen Hughes Finds Her Ruby Slippers
    by James Ridgeway
    Posted April 23rd, 2002

    An Influential Bush Adviser, Karen Hughes, Will Resign
    By ELISABETH BUMILLER
    4/24/02

    Close aide to Bush resigns, 'homesick'
    Hughes, a Texan, keeps advisor role
    By Anne E. Kornblut, Globe Staff
    4/24/2002

    Inevitable: Bush's slide into the brambles
    John Farmer
    April 22, 2002

    Unfinished Business
    Paul Harris and Gaby Hinsliff in London, Ed Vulliamy in New York, Peter Beaumont in Quetta, Jason Burke in Jalalabad
    Sunday December 9, 2001

    The new liberal imperialism
    Robert Cooper, Observer.co.uk
    Sunday April 7, 2002

    How anti-Americanism betrays the left
    The left is right to always question the need for war. But a blind anti-Americanism risks betraying the left's anti-fascist heritage
    John Lloyd, Observer.co.uk
    Sunday March 17, 2002

    Venezuela coup linked to Bush team
    Specialists in the 'dirty wars' of the Eighties encouraged the plotters who tried to topple President Chavez
    Ed Vulliamy
    Sunday April 21, 2002

    Veterans' Memories And Today's Wars
    An Israeli Soldier Has Questions; A Vietnam Vet Has Wounds

    Shepherd Bliss
    04.18.02

    That ethical vision chart looks pretty blurry
    Molly Ivins
    Posted on Sat, Apr. 20, 2002

    Reality Bites: The Pentagon's people zapper
    New electromagnetic weapon for crowd control
    By Martin A. Lee
    April 2, 2002

    What's Left?
    At two very different political gatherings, Democrats and grassroots progressives spit venom at Dubya, curse Enron and lament the state of education. One wants to change the system. The other is content to make changes within the system. They both struggle to make the leap from thought into action.
    BY MITCH E. PERRY, ROCHELLE RENFORD AND SCOTT HARRELL
    April 2002

    U.S. Companies Hired to Train Foreign Armies
    By ESTHER SCHRADER
    TIMES STAFF WRITER
    THE NATION
    April 14 2002

    One Flew Over the Coup Coup's Nest
    by Bridget Gibson
    April 17, 2002

    Judge Wants to Question Kissinger
    By MAR ROMAN, Associated Press Writer
    Wed Apr 17, 2002

    I feel this is a valuable (brief) story because of the BIG differences in how other countries treat their white collar criminals:
    Six Jailed in Soccer Corruption Probe
    By MARIA JESUS PRADES, Associated Press Writer
    Wed Apr 17, 2002

    It CAN happen:
    Millions on Strike in Italy
    By CANDICE HUGHES, Associated Press Writer
    Tue Apr 16, 2002

    Caracas Coup Post-Mortem from NarcoNews
    Via NY Transfer News * All the News That Doesn't Fit
    Barry Crimmins
    04.14.02

    The Loyal Opposition: Saddam... Or Else
    David Corn
    04.12.02

    American Soul Versus American Empire
    Shepherd Bliss
    04.12.02

    Nader Says Turnout Proves Citizens Fed Up
    By KATHY STEELE
    Tampa Tribune
    04.14.02

    Chavez Reclaims Power in Venezuela
    Leader Offers Opposition Conciliatory Statement
    By Scott Wilson
    Washington Post Foreign Service
    Monday, April 15, 2002

    On the front lines of a war on dissent
    Students prepare to protest anti-terrorism agenda as Bush and friends move to quash criticism of war
    William Walker
    Washington Bureau
    4.14.02

    Undressed By Rapiscan Secure 1000
    Jill Rachel Jacobs
    March 28 2002

    Spoiling For A Fight: Out In Left Field
    Can The Greens Tap The Popular Appeal Of Progressive Ideals?
    Micah L. Sifry
    4.9.02

    Pennsylvania: Economical, Sustainable Green Building Designs
    Brad Linder
    4.10.02

    Your Homeland: A 'National Sacrifice Area': An Interview With Environmental Scholar Robert Alvarez
    Sharon Basco
    4.8.02

    A BUZZFLASH INTERVIEW WITH THE LEGENDARY JIM HIGHTOWER ABOUT THE ROLLING THUNDER DOWN HOME DEMOCRACY TOUR
    March 20, 2002

    Veterans Wage Air War Against Land Mines: TV campaign encircles Bush policymakers with ads urging U.S. to sign worldwide ban
    by Edward Epstein
    Published on Tuesday, April 9, 2002 in the San Francisco Chronicle

    Karzai vows to rebuild Buddha statues
    By Todd Pitman
    April 9, 2002

    Taiwan-gate: The scandal that threatens to destroy the Bush White House
    By Celeste Harrison Whitlow
    Online Journal Contributing Editor
    April 1, 2002

    Forest survey shows big holes
    BBC News
    Wednesday, 3 April, 2002

    Poets May Lead the Publishing Revolution
    Dennis Loy Johnson, MobyLives
    March 27, 2002

    SAY ANYTHING
    By Ted Rall
    Wed Apr 3, 9:02 PM ET

    Friends of the CIA
    By Jim Hoagland
    Sunday, April 7, 2002

    Unmasking the Drug-Terror Link
    John Buell, Commondreams
    March 6, 2002

    18 Tales of Media Censorship
    Michelle Goldberg, AlterNet
    April 1, 2002

    Once-Secret "Nixon Tapes" Show Why the U.S. Outlawed Pot
    Kevin Zeese, AlterNet
    March 21, 2002

    U.S. Lied About Cuban Role in Angola – Historian
    By Anthony Boadle
    Mon Apr 1,10:30 PM ET

    Anthrax and the Agency: Thinking the Unthinkable
    By Wayne Madsen
    April 8, 2002

    Report card: Coastlines in trouble
    U.S. regions average fair to poor, EPA and others conclude
    By Miguel Llanos>br> April 1, 2002

    EYEWITNESS TO NIGHTMARE
    Unions Under Siege in Colombia, with US Aid
    COVER STORY/Fred Hirsch

    Arctic Ice and Way of Life Melting Away for Eskimos
    Nature goes awry, bringing vast climatic and cultural changes, and baffling residents and researchers alike.
    By USHA LEE McFARLING, Times Staff Writer
    3.31.02

    Most Far-Reaching Gag Order In 1st Amend. History?
    Hentoff: Press Must Address Book-Reading Threat
    By Nat Hentoff
    APRIL 01, 2002

    A Broken Trust: The government cannot account for billions of dollars it owes to Native Americans.
    by Tom Dunkel and Bill Hogan
    March/April 2002

    The Shadow of Totalitarianism: Letters at 3AM
    BY MICHAEL VENTURA
    March 22, 2002

    With an anchor like her, who cares about the news
    TV news in the US is slipping as Hollywood's sway puts ratings and sexy looks above everything else
    By Louise Branson
    STRAITS TIMES UNITED STATES BUREAU

    Price of Free Trade: Famine
    by Marc Edelman
    Published on Friday, March 22, 2002 in the Los Angeles Times

    Why We Fought
    by Bernard Stein
    Published on Monday, March 25, 2002 in the Long Island, NY Newsday

    Values Fall Prey to Hypocrisy
    By Robert Scheer
    Published March 26, 2002 in the Los Angeles Times

    Responsibility is Green
    by Michelle Gerise Godwin
    Published on Wednesday, March 27, 2002 in the Madison Capital Times

    Digital Age's Bleak Future Looms If You Don't Take a Stand
    by Dan Gillmor
    Mercury News Technology Columnist
    Published on Saturday, March 23, 2002 in the San Jose Mercury News

    Flying the flag for hate
    AL Kennedy
    Friday March 29, 2002

    Bush comes to shove
    Nato was being counted out a few months ago. Now the US is using it to control the new Europe
    Simon Tisdall
    Thursday March 28, 2002

    Bush Tapped Solar Energy Funds to Print Energy Plan
    By Tom Doggett
    Fri Mar 29, 9:33 AM ET

    The Lollapalooza of the Left
    John Nichols
    03/24/2002

    Report: Arctic refuge drilling risky
    Interior Dept. agencies say special steps would be necessary
    MSNBC STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
    March 29

    Spoiling For A Fight: Harbingers Of Change
    Is The Moment Ripe For A Third-Party Challenge?
    Micah L. Sifry, senior analyst with Public Campaign, is the author of Spoiling for a Fight: Third-Party Politics in America (Routledge, 2002).

    Congressmen introduce new military draft bill.
    Gill Donovan
    Feb 1, 2002

    Rumsfeld Reconsiders Arming Guard Troops at U.S. Borders
    By Bradley Graham
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Thursday, March 28, 2002

    U.S. armed forces surrounding Iraq under veil of secrecy
    Christopher Reilly, YellowTimes.org Journalist
    Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2002

    MEMORANDUM FOR THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
    SUBJECT: Interagency Working Group on Federalism
    February 26, 2001

    Marjie Lundstrom: Female victims often overlooked in horror stories of clergy abuse
    By Marjie Lundstrom -- Bee Staff Writer
    Published 5:30 a.m. PST Thursday, March 21, 2002

    US role in Salvador's brutal war: BBC correspondent in El Salvador during the civil war in the 1980s
    By Tom Gibb
    Sunday, 24 March, 2002, 18:28 GMT

    From Little Boy to Big Brother in 180 Days: George W. Bush's Perpetual Warfare
    By Ted Rall
    Wed Mar 20, 9:02 PM ET

    Rant against Bush becomes US top seller
    Duncan Campbell in Los Angeles
    Wednesday March 27, 2002

    US paves way for war on Iraq : Attack base to be moved into Qatar to bypass Saudi objections
    Julian Borger in Washington
    Wednesday March 27, 2002

    Food drops found to do little good
    By Elizabeth A. Neuffer
    Globe Staff, 3/26/2002

    Part One: Dirty Tricks, Inc. - The DynCorp-government connection
    By Uri Dowbenko
    March 20, 2002

    A Tragic Fire Unveils Saudi Arabia's Misogyny
    FRIDA GHITIS
    3.25.02

    Brewing Poverty And Violence In El Salvador
    Mark Engler

    The smog we breathe: The EPA is neither environmental nor protecting, discuss
    Molly Ivins
    03.25.02

    Religion, violence forever intertwined
    Fissures: For much of recorded history, people of all faiths have been killing each other in the name of their deities.
    By Michael Hill
    Originally published March 24, 2002

    The Globalizer Who Came in from the Cold
    Greg Palast, AlterNet
    March 19, 2002

    Stunning depths of government collaboration with Enron revealed: Institute for Policy Studies uncovers $7 billion in public assistance for Enron's global operations
    March 22, 2002

    No nooses for white collars: Better to steal a million bucks than a loaf of bread
    Molly Ivins
    3.21.02

    Focusing the Anger: An Open Letter to Democrats and Progressives
    By Bernard Weiner

    Price of Free Trade: Famine
    by Marc Edelman
    Published on Friday, March 22, 2002 in the Los Angeles Times

    Just What Was He Smoking?
    By Gene Weingarten
    Thursday, March 21, 2002; Page C01

    Israel Plans Big Assault If Truce Talks Fail
    Army and Government Back Aggressive Action
    By Lee Hockstader
    Washington Post Foreign Service
    Monday, March 25, 2002

    What's missing in Bush policy on women
    By Ellen Goodman
    3/24/2002

    Fund Raising: How Bush Plays the Game
    BY MICHAEL WEISSKOPF AND ADAM ZAGORIN / WASHINGTON

    Pooh Hits the Fan: Disney gets nabbed destroying documents amid a multimillion-dollar lawsuit over royalties from the world's most lovable -- and lucrative -- bear.
    BY SUSAN GOLDSMITH

    Army of God Marches Toward Gays
    Bill Berkowitz, WorkingForChange.com
    March 14, 2002

    The Chickenhawks
    "The alleged 'gentlemen' listed in this database are here because they share three qualities: bellicosity (a warlike manner or temperament), public prominence, and a curious lack of wartime service when others their age had no trouble finding the fight...

    Pipeline Politics Taint U.S. War
    by Salim Muwakkil
    Published on Monday, March 18, 2002 in the Chicago Tribune

    An Antarctic ice shelf the size of a small country has disintegrated under the impact of global warming, scientists said March 19, 2002... (Image)

    Just 17% Say White House Is Telling Whole Truth On Enron
    HotlineScoop.com
    Wednesday, March 20, 2002

    Brain Drain
    Mark Crispin Miller

    Enron Pipedreams Buried in Afghanistan
    BY RON CALLARI
    3.2.2002

    BuzzFlash Interviews Michael Moore
    A BUZZFLASH INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL MOORE, FILMMAKER, TV HOST, AND AUTHOR OF "STUPID WHITE MEN"
    March 13, 2002

    Back to the revolution
    It is perfectly possible to love the ideals of America's founding fathers and to abhor George W's policies
    Jonathan Freedland
    Wednesday March 20, 2002

    The New New Economy
    By Joel Makower and Pernick Ron
    Whole Earth
    Spring 2001

    Would Latin America Be Better Off If Washington Left It Alone?
    by George Kourous
    Published on Friday, March 15, 2002 by Common Dreams

    Unleashed by Sept. 11: Free at Last for a Global Power Play
    by William Pfaff
    Published on Friday, March 15, 2002 in the International Herald Tribune

    Organizing People: The one sure way to defeat Enronism
    By Ralph Nader
    Issue Date: 3.25.02

    God, It's Great To Be American!
    by Heather Wokusch
    Published on Sunday, March 17, 2002 by Common Dreams

    The American Way of Power
    By David M. Kennedy
    Issue Date: 3.25.02

    Dress for Distress: The Color Coded Terror Catalog
    by Diane Bullock and John Aboud
    3.15.02

    Soundbyte Patriots
    David Corn, AlterNet
    March 15, 2002

    ’The bombs are coming!’: A new Paul Revere blows the whistle on bad missile defense science
    Arianna Huffington
    03.15.02

    Student Art Exhibit Censored
    McCarthyism Watch
    February 28, 2002

    If You Don't Want American Flag Stamps, Watch Out!
    The Progressive – McCarthyism Watch
    December 8, 2001

    Size-16 aerobics teacher gets national attention
    Elizabeth Fernandez, Chronicle Staff Writer
    3.18.02

    WHO Sounds Alarm Over World's 'Neglected' Diseases
    By Richard Waddington
    3.15.02

    Students buy flags, earn extra credit
    Hillsborough school officials defend a teacher who promised a grade boost to students who bought patriotic stickers from her.
    By MELANIE AVE, Times Staff Writer
    © St. Petersburg Times
    published March 15, 2002

    America is not a hamburger: President Bush's attempts to rebrand the United States are doomed
    Naomi Klein
    Thursday March 14, 2002

    Planning for martial law?
    By Dave Lindorff
    3.15.02

    Thinking too big
    By Ellen Goodman
    3/14/2002

    Judge's ruling challenges terrorism roadblocks: Says vague warnings can't be used to stop
    By Ralph Ranalli, Globe Staff
    3/14/2002

    The War on Dissent Widens
    Jim Lobe, AlterNet
    March 12, 2002

    What is the Rolling Thunder Democracy Tour?
    Rolling Thunder Democracy Tour
    Down Home Democracy Tour

    Anti-anti-war crowd dreams up a disloyal opposition
    Walter Shapiro
    3.13.02

    Safe and Free in Times of Crisis: On Eve of Sixth-Month Anniversary of September 11th, ACLU Says Terrorist Attacks Have Changed American Law, Society

    You’re Shocked W Flip-Flopped on Free Trade?
    By P.M. Carpenter
    3.11.02

    How long for the same old stories?
    Molly Ivins
    3.10.02

    The Top Ten Conservative Idiots (No. 58)
    March 11, 2002
    The Blind Misleading the Blind Edition

    Reckless talk of new nukes
    3.12.02

    Latin America: Enron Fallout is a Hot Issue
    Oil Daily
    March 4, 2002

    Transcript: “Earth Shattering” World Bank Scoop
    Friday, 8 March 2002, 12:20 pm
    Article: The Scoop Editor

    Cheney & Co. Owe Thanks to Those Who Pressured Them to Unload Stock
    By Allan Sloan
    Tuesday, March 12, 2002

    ACLU: Police illegally monitor protest groups
    By The Associated Press
    3.11.02

    The Fallout of Desperation: When in doubt, nuke 'em
    Robert Scheer
    3.12.02

    Nixon Tapes Are All Poison All the Time
    Robert Reno
    3.12.02

    Visas approved for Sept. 11 pilots
    Notice for Atta, Al-Shehhi arrives six months after terrorist attacks
    By Alex Johnson
    3.12.02

    Bush White House Reconsidering Reagan's 'Evil Man': Gaddafi's Gestures May Change Policies
    By Peter Slevin
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Monday, March 11, 2002

    The doomsday regime: The Bush administration is hurtling us toward Armageddon
    Geov Parrish
    WorkingForChange
    03.11.02

    To Keep a Population In Line, Wage Perpetual War Against a Vague Enemy
    by Karel Van Wolferen
    Published on Sunday, March 10, 2002 in the Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Anti-Americanism blamed on college teachers
    By Ellen Sorokin
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES
    3.10.02

    America as Sparta
    By James Carroll
    3/12/2002

    Of All The Republican Chicken Hawks, Tom Delay Takes The Cake
    A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL
    March 12, 2002

    Friendly Fire
    Book: U.S. Military Drafted Plans to Terrorize U.S. Cities to Provoke War With Cuba
    By David Ruppe
    ABCnews.com

    Police Raid, Shut Down My Booksigning in San Diego
    from: Michael Moore's Tour Diary
    Thru Monday, 3/11/2002

    Allowing them to meet in secret is akin to tyranny
    By HOWARD TROXLER, Times Columnist
    © St. Petersburg Times
    published March 11, 2002

    Quiz: Are You An Ashcroft Patriot?
    True or False: The best way to fight terrorism is to visit Disney World? Your inner jingoist knows the answer to this and many more questions in this primo parody.
    March 4, 2002

    Rogue States? America Ought to Know The Hyperpower Sets Its Own Rules
    Phyllis Bennis

    Bush wants 25,000 UK Iraq force
    Britain considers joint invasion plan
    Terrorism crisis - Observer special
    Kamal Ahmed, Jason Burke and Peter Beaumont
    Sunday March 10, 2002

    Part One of a two-part series - Players on a rigged grand chessboard: Bridas, Unocal and the Afghanistan pipeline
    By Larry Chin
    3.6.02

    The Progressive Duck-and-Cover
    As President Bush prepares to expand the war on terrorism worldwide, Capitol Hill progressives are keeping unconscionably quiet
    Todd Gitlin
    March 4, 2002

    What's Good For Women...
    ...Is Good For The World
    Danielle Nierenberg
    Mar 05 2002

    Don't Leave College Without It: Universities are cutting big-dollar deals with credit card companies, and students are paying the price.
    by Taylor Loyal
    March/April 2002

    Sunshine vs. shadows: Cheney's war on the public's right to know
    Arianna Huffington
    03.04.02

    Consider yourself influenced, The Office of Strategic Bald-Faced Lies: A case study
    Geov Parrish
    03.05.02

    The Patriot Act: Last Refuge of a Scoundrel
    By Karen G. Schneider
    Column for March 2002

    Interview of Seymour Hersh, "The New Yorker"
    AMERICAN MORNING WITH PAULA ZAHN
    Aired March 4, 2002 - 09:05 ET

    Bush's Military Record Reveals Grounding and Absence for Two Full Years
    by Robert A. Rogers (ret. 1st Lt. Mission Pilot)

    Achilles' heel in terror war
    Patrick Leahy
    3.4.02

    Fund Managers Weigh Activist Role Reforms: Investors debate their involvement in shaping corporate behavior in the post-Enron era.
    By JOSH FRIEDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
    03.03.02

    W.T.O. Pact Would Set Global Accounting Rules
    By ANTHONY DePALMA
    03.01.02

    The Great Deception: Elusive Enemy, Endless War
    Howard Zinn, TomPaine.com
    February 27, 2002

    When push comes to shove TV has its limits
    John Naughton
    October 14, 2001

    How to deal with the American goliath: Downing Street's intelligent diplomacy with Washington is more grown-up than European whining at the megapower
    Andrew Rawnsley
    February 24, 2002

    Why the Left should stop whining: New world politics throws up new challenges - to those who seek practical solutions and to anti-globalisation nihilists
    Peter Hain
    January 20, 2002

    Airports Screened Nine of Sept. 11 Hijackers, Officials Say: Kin of Victims Call for Inquiry into Revelation
    By Dan Eggen
    March 2, 2002

    Congress Not Advised Of Shadow Government: Bush Calls Security 'Serious Business'
    by Amy Goldstein and Juliet Eilperin
    March 2, 2002

    Patriotic stupor: White House junta is undermining democracy
    March 2, 2002

    Anti-terrorism law threatens all Americans, ACLU head says
    By JIM EAST
    3.1.02

    Ari's Calculated Lie and Retraction
    BuzzFlash Editorial
    March 1, 2002

    Americans must fight for peace
    Dennis J. Kucinich
    03/01/02

    Goodbye cruel world: A report by top US scientists on climate change suggests that catastrophe could be imminent
    Jeremy Rifkin
    March 1, 2002

    Popular Delusions and the Madness of Drudge
    by Gene Lyons

    Patriotic Dissent
    by Jordan Moss

    U.S. Efforts in Caucasus Underscore Global Fight
    By PAUL RICHTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
    2.28.02

    Community Policing vs. Policing the Community
    By John M. Crew
    February/March 1999

    As Government Prepares to Investigate Thousands, ACLU Issues Multi-Lingual “Know Your Rights!” Pamphlet to Educate Public
    November 14, 2001

    ACLU Releases Report on FBI Crusade Against Martin Luther King Jr.; Urges Ashcroft Not to Relax Spying Guidelines Drafted After Shameful Campaign
    January 17, 2002

    ACLU Says New Homeland Security Commander Raises Questions; Calls on Pentagon to Keep Military out of Civilian Law Enforcement
    February 6, 2002

    Fahrenheit 451.2: Is Cyberspace Burning? How Rating and Blocking Proposals May Torch Free Speech on the Internet

    Drawing a Blank: Tampa Police Records Reveal Poor Performance of Face-Recognition Technology Tampa Officials Have Suspended Use of the System, ACLU Reports
    January 3, 2002

    National ID Cards: 5 Reasons Why They Should Be Rejected

    What's Wrong With Public Video Surveillance?

    Debate rages in state Senate over patriotism bill
    By Steven Paulson
    The Associated Press
    Saturday, February 09, 2002

    U.S. corporate parasites flee offshore
    By MARK SHIELDS
    SYNDICATED COLUMNIST
    Monday, February 25, 2002

    Atop Mount Gallup: It's All Downhill From There
    Steve Cobble & John Moyers
    2.25.02

    a href=http://www.ourfuture.org/readarticle.asp?ID=1209>White Must Go
    By: Robert L. Borosage
    Date: 3/11/02 Source: The Nation

    Nuke Test Fallout Caused 15,000 U.S. Deaths
    Feb 28, 2002

    U.S. to Weigh Computer Chip Implant
    By CHRISTOPHER NEWTON
    February 26 2002

    Sad to See America's Ego Intact
    by Steve Friess
    February 24, 2002

    Big Brother revisited: Signs of Orwellian fears in 21st-century Washington
    By Chris Matthews
    Feb. 22, 2002

    White House Watch: Stepford, USA: A nation that thinks together, eats together and buys together subverts its own greatness
    By Ann McFeatters
    Sunday, February 24, 2002

    U.S. Debating Wider Assault on Colombia Rebels
    By PAUL RICHTER
    2.23.02

    E-mails detail Indiana Guard 'ghosts'
    By Dave Moniz and Jim Drinkard, USA TODAY
    2.20.02

    Has the Attorney General Been Reading Franz Kafka? Big John Wants Your Reading List
    Nat Hentoff, Village Voice
    2.22.02

    Who Will Count the Dead? U.S. Media Fail to Report Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan
    By Marc W. Herold
    MediaFile

    The Real Reason the United States is in Afghanistan
    by Stephanie Kirmer
    2.21.02

    Kiddie Capitalism: The History of the Child Consumer
    by Dan Cook
    from PopPolitics

    Haliburton: To the Victors Go the Markets
    FACING SOUTH EXCLUSIVE
    By Jordan Green, Institute for Southern Studies
    Friday, February 1, 2002 - Issue #40

    CIA warns of possible Afghan civil war
    By BARRY SCHWEID
    02.22.02

    Burn down the shopping malls!
    By Wagner James Au
    2.22.02

    The W Scenario
    By PAUL KRUGMAN
    2.22.02
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    Up Close and Personal
    by Brendan I. Koerner
    Jan/Feb 2002

    Nation of Poisons
    by David Corn
    Winter 2002

    Chewing Up a Fragile Land
    By TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS
    New York Times
    February 21, 2002

    ADL Report: Growing Proliferation of Racist Video Games Target Youth on The Internet
    New York, NY, February 19, 2002

    The Republican layoff conspiracy
    By Kevin J. Shay
    February 21, 2002

    The death of empires
    Jon Carroll
    2/21/02

    Resistance: Two words to remember - empires fall
    Katharine Ainger, Adbusters
    Mar/April 2002

    Intimidation: one morning, they made us all deputies
    Bruce Grierson, Adbusters
    Mar/April 2002

    The Imperialism of Everyday Life: WE CANNOT CONFIRM THE DENIAL
    John Zerzan, Adbuster
    Mar/April 2002

    The Psychology of Submission
    Nation-Building Model
    Adbusters, Mar/April 2002

    BUSH'S VIETNAM: An Afghan Quagmire Begins
    By Ted Rall
    Feb 20, 2002

    The Modern World
    Tom Tomorrow
    2.21.02

    Profits trump patriotism: The trend of American companies avoiding taxes ‘offshore’
    Molly Ivins
    02.19.02

    A discreet way of doing business with Iraq
    BY CAROLA HOYOS, UNITED NATIONS CORRESPONDENT
    November 3, 2000

    TRB FROM WASHINGTON: Fail Safe
    by Peter Beinart
    Post date 02.14.02 | Issue date 02.25.02

    Airline Passenger Arrested for Leaving Seat Within 30 Minutes of Salt Lake City
    Associated Press
    Monday, February 11, 2002

    Washington Plans Unprecedented Camera Network
    NEW YORK (Reuters)
    Wed Feb 13, 2002

    Did President Bush Pass Up an Attempt to Get Bin Laden Before 9-11?
    By Thomas Spencer
    2/11/02

    Turkey Targets Chomsky
    by Robert Fisk
    Counter Punch
    January 24, 2002

    The Company Presidency: Enron and the Bush family have boosted each other up the ladder of success. But have their ties created a Teapot Dome?
    L.A. Times
    2/10/02

    Slick New Drug-War Ads Misfire
    Arianna Huffington
    Friday, February 08, 2002

    Arrogance and fear: an American paradox
    ANATOLE KALETSKY
    The Times
    THURSDAY FEBRUARY 07 2002

    The Next Big Investment Opportunity: How To Make The Economy Work For Mother Earth
    Book Excerpt
    Lester Brown

    New Remarks Suggest Falwell Unrepentant
    Friday, 8 February 2002

    Rewriting history in Oval Office
    By MARIANNE MEANS
    SYNDICATED COLUMNIST
    Friday, February 8, 2002

    Friends of terrorism: Bush's decision to bring back Otto Reich exposes the hypocrisy of the war against terror
    Duncan Campbell
    Friday February 8, 2002
    The Guardian

    http://www.defraudingamerica.com/list_other_web_sites.html: Defrauding America
    Focus: Non-Government Sources Focusing On Government Activities

    EVIDENCE ON TOP OF EVIDENCE
    Excerpted, with permission of the author, from Defrauding America by Rodney Stich; 1998 Diablo Western Press

    Patten lays into Bush's America: Fury at president's 'axis of evil' speech
    Jonathan Freedland in Brussels
    Saturday February 9, 2002
    The Guardian

    Bush Incorporated, In Bed With the Enron Bandits from Day One
    February 8, 2002

    Altered estates
    By James Higdon
    2/7/02

    Dean: 'First step' in Enron cover-up?
    CNN.com
    February 8, 2002

    HHS Unveils 24/7 Plan to Track Patients
    Press Release
    Thursday, January 31, 2002

    Heritage should stick to its clientele
    projo.com
    2.10.2002

    Tribunal Logic
    by Mark Fiore
    December 5, 2001

    The Real Reason for US Aid to Colombia
    by Michael T. Klare
    April 7, 2000

    An Oily Quagmire: Washington is warning Americans that drug addicts help support terrorists. But what about the nation's other habit -- cheap oil?
    Todd Gitlin
    February 6, 2002

    Blaming America First: Why are some on the left, who rightly demand sympathy for victims around the world, so quick to dismiss American suffering?
    by Todd Gitlin
    January/February 2002

    Patriotism as a National Decoy
    Derrick Ashong, TomPaine.com
    February 7, 2002

    Afghanistan, the Taliban and the Bush Oil Team
    by Wayne Madsen, democrats.com
    January 2002

    A Buildup in Search of an Enemy
    by James Carroll
    Published on Tuesday, February 5, 2002 in the Boston Globe

    Bush counts on the war without end
    Thomas Walkom
    2/5/02

    Bush's Scrubbers
    www.democrats.com
    Connecting dot com Democrats

    Bush Jr.'s Skeleton Closet
    The Dark Side

    Smith Introduces National Service Bill
    Go to: “Newsroom” then “Press Releases” then to the last press release ("January 29, 2002 -- Smith Introduces National Service Bill")

    End the Offshore Money-Go-Round
    New York Daily News, Editorial
    February 04, 2002

    Proposed aid cut stuns youths
    Jeff Mapes
    02/02/02

    Liberal Bias in Media is a Myth
    Originally published in the Baton Rouge Advocate, 1/11/02
    February 4, 2002

    Now is the time for faculty union to strike
    by e eyles
    Opinion, USF Oracle
    January 24, 2002

    ........for some background info on this story, see:
    ........Blaming the Victim?:
    ........No Land's Man
    ........The prime-time smearing of Sami Al-Arian
    ........USF cites safety concerns, puts Palestinian professor on leave

    More on the USF case:
    Fighting Words: Can a tenured professor be fired for his pro-Muslim views? In a post-Sept. 11 America, all bets are off.
    BY TIM PADGETT AND ROCHELLE RENFOR/TAMPA
    Time Magazine

    The 'new' new world order: Is the Heritage Foundation reflecting policy, creating it, or both?
    Bill Berkowitz
    WorkingForChange
    02.04.02

    Bush the Conqueror? : Be afraid. Be very, very afraid.
    by Brendan Nyhan
    2.1.02

    Cheney and the Sierra Club: Of One Mind?: The Environmental Group Disputes the Vice President's Math
    By Marc J. Ambinder
    1/29/02

    The Axis of Incoherence
    By Robert Wright
    February 1, 2002

    Fossil fuels official gives oil, gas support
    By Kelly Regan, STAFF WRITER , Charleston Gazette
    January 31, 2002

    American Caesar
    Patrick J. Buchanan
    Friday, February 01, 2002

    Tax Breaks For The Rich : A Question of Morality
    Robert Apfel
    4/9/01

    Equal Under The Law?: What About Enforcement?
    Charles Lewis is the founder and executive director of the Center for Public Integrity.
    This statement is adapted from Chuck Lewis's remarks at a March 27, 2001, press conference announcing the release of The Cheating Of America.

    Halliburton Worked On Notorious Gas Pipeline In Burma: Cheney's Firm Laid Offshore Pipe for Project Associated With Forced Labor
    Press Release, EarthRights International
    Washington D.C. Oct. 5th, 2000

    Firearms Training For Jihad in America
    Violence Policy Center

    Ace in the Hole
    The Daily Brew
    January 31, 2002

    Triumphal Oratory
    By Mary McGrory
    Thursday, January 31, 2002

    The never-ending war on terror: After al-Qaida, America will always have new enemies
    MSNBC
    01/30/02

    Neil Bush’s Saudi Business Connection
    NEWSWEEK
    Feb.4 issue

    This Modern World
    Political cartoon
    by Tom Tomorrow

    Enron past returns to burn us all
    By Ted C. Fishman
    Ed/Op, USA Today
    01/28/2002

    Stop Bush Before He Makes Nixon Look Good
    By P.M. Carpenter
    1/28/02

    A True Patriot Can Pose Hard Questions
    By ROBERT SCHEER
    October 23, 2001

    TR's Lesson For Bush
    By David S. Broder
    Tuesday, January 29, 2002

    Report: Pentagon to Seek New Command to Defend U.S.
    WASHINGTON (Reuters)
    Sat Jan 26, 2002

    Fragile Freedoms
    Which civil liberties - and whose - can be abridged to create a safer America? Part 1 of a three-part series.
    By Peter Grier, Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
    12/13/01

    Conservative rhetoric makes mockery of U.S. 'solidarity'
    Steven Zak
    1/23/02

    Good news: The region’s rulers are cowering in fear of US wrath
    Opinion
    The daily star
    1/24/02

    Enron made a sound investment in Washington
    Jim Drinkard and Greg Farrell
    USA TODAY
    Thu Jan 24, 2002

    Prosecuting Protest?
    by Andye Friedman
    Mother Jones
    Jan. 09, 2002

    Hijacking History: Rudy Heists City Archives to Shape His Own Legend
    by Wayne Barrett
    Week of January 23 - 29, 2002

    Scandal? What Scandal?: Enron Too Complicated for Some
    Press Clips
    by Cynthia Cotts
    Week of January 23 - 29, 2002

    Smedley Butler on Interventionism
    -- Excerpt from a speech delivered in 1933, by Major General Smedley Butler, USMC.

    THE PATRIOTISM OF THE LEFT
    By Richard Reeves
    Ed/Op
    January 18

    Who’s Afraid of John Ashcroft? - The ACLU on the Ramparts
    Nat Hentoff, Village Voice
    January 17th, 2002

    Parched, Big Steel Goes to Its Washington Well
    By LESLIE WAYNE
    The New York Times **Requires free registration**
    January 20, 2002

    Another facet of King creed
    Adrian Walker
    The Boston Globe
    1/21/2002

    Bush's unequal society
    By Robert Kuttner Ed/Op, The Boston Globe
    1/21/2002

    Carlyle's Way: Making a mint inside "the iron triangle" of defense, government and industry
    By Dan Briody
    Red Herring
    January 8, 2002

    Dark Tales from the Ministry of Truth
    By John Chuckman
    January 8, 2002

    Enron and the Green Seal
    By Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair
    December 21, 2001

    Military-Industrial Complex Speech, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961

    A Communique From the Ghost of Mark Twain
    By Norman Solomon
    Jan. 17, 2002

    Regarding what is being called the WTC Syndrome (physical reactions to toxins):

    WTC crews line up for toxin tests
    Project gives care, culls data on health of laborers, mostly immigrants
    NEW YORK
    Jan. 14, 2002

    Heroes of Ground Zero at risk from breathing toxic cocktail
    Pollutants from smouldering ruins spark leukaemia fear
    Michael Ellison in New York
    Saturday October 27, 2001
    The Guardian

    Ground Zero Firefighters Felled By Disabling Sickness, Weigh Lawsuit
    By Carl Limbacher and NewsMax.com Staff
    NewsMax.com
    12-3-01

    Toxic Chemicals at Ground Zero Place Rescuers in Jeopardy
    By Julie Schaeffer
    Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Bill Moyers at the Environmental Grantmakers Association, Brainerd, MN, October 16, 2001

    Cheney Led Halliburton To Feast at Federal Trough
    State Department Questioned Deal With Firm Linked to Russian Mob
    By Knut Royce and Nathaniel Heller

    CIA Gave at Least $10 Million To Peru’s Ex-Spymaster Montesinos
    By Angel Paez
    Web posted June 28, 2001

    U.S. Military Aid to Latin America Linked to Human Rights Abuses
    By The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
    Posted July 12, 2001

    Outsourcing War
    By The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
    Posted July 12, 2001

    Narcotics and Economics Drive U.S. Policy in Latin America
    By The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
    Posted July 12, 2001

    Condoleezza Rice’s Chevron Service Could Pose Conflicts
    By Erin Bartels
    March 7, 2001

    Will Truth Again Be First Casualty?
    By Jacqueline Sharkey
    Posted Sept. 21, 2001

    Osama Bin Laden: How the U.S. Helped Midwife a Terrorist
    By Ahmed Rashid
    Posted Sept. 13, 2001

    I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW THE PAIN IS GONE
    By Ted Rall
    Op/Ed
    January 09, 2002

    The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder
    4 part poignant and funny series of cartoons
    Begins when Huey calls the FBI Terrorist Tip Line…
    Part 1
    Part 2
    Part 3
    Part 4

    Land of the Oil-free? - Redefining the "American way of life"
    by Keith Schneider
    20 Nov 2001

    http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/05/national/05REPO.html
    We recommend copying and pasting the link as some people are having registration problems with the New York Times
    Writer Who Was Jailed in Notes Dispute Is Freed
    By ROSS E. MILLOY
    New York Times
    January 5, 2002

    Listening to Our Inner Ashcrofts
    By Michael Kinsley
    Washington Post
    January 4, 2002

    Liberties Lost
    Unintended consequences of the anti-terror law
    By John W. Dean, MSNBC CONTRIBUTOR
    11/7/01

    THIS WHITE HOUSE THINKS THE PUBLIC HAS NO RIGHT TO KNOW
    By Richard Reeves
    January 04, 2002

    Bush's Stealthy Pursuit of a Partisan Agenda
    By David S. Broder
    Washington Post
    January 2, 2002

    Snappy New Jeer
    Opinion/Editorial
    By Ted Rall
    "I admit it: I was wrong.
    We all were. By 'we' I mean The Liberal Media. I trust you've heard of us. We're the limp-wristed bleeding-heart mushheads who run things at papers, radio stations and TV networks owned by corporations controlled by Republicans..."
    January 02, 2002

    Afghan Civilian casualties. A compilation of news sources. 3760 total.

    Borough of Manhattan Community College Struggles Without the Help That Has Come to Stuyvesant High: A Tale of Two Schools
    by Lisa Marie Williams & Katie Worth
    Week of December 19 - 25, 2001

    Editorial: "With all due respect, of course, and God Bless America too, has anyone considered the possibility that the attorney general is becoming unhinged?..."
    by Molly Ivins
    12/04/01

    Oppressive Regime
    Political Cartoon
    Rob Rogers
    12/01/01

    Things Change — and Remain the Same — in Post-Taliban Jalalabad
    Mujahideen Come Home
    by Michael Kamber
    Week of November 21 - 27, 2001

    (One of a series of stories on CIA foreknowledge of the WTC attacks.)
    SUPPRESED DETAILS OF CRIMINAL INSIDER TRADING LEAD DIRECTLY INTO THE CIA’s HIGHEST RANKS: CIA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR “BUZZY” KRONGARD MANAGED FIRM THAT HANDLED “PUT” OPTIONS ON UAL
    by Michael C. Ruppert
    October 9, 2001

    Halliburton Corporation's Brown and Root is one of the major components of THE BUSH-CHENEY DRUG EMPIRE
    [Lead story in the October 24, 2000 issue of "From The Wilderness"]
    by Michael C. Ruppert

    Assault on Liberty: Village Voice Series

  • Abandoning the Constitution to Military Tribunals by Nat Hentoff

  • Military Justice Is to Justice as Military Music Is to Music by Alan M. Dershowitz

  • No to Military Tribunals: They Are Not Fair by Norman Siegel

  • Powers of Military Tribunals by Jeffrey Herman

    Political Cartoon
    Clay Bennett, The Christian Science Monitor, Florida
    11/16/01

    Political Cartoon
    Rex Babin, California -- The Sacramento Bee
    November 19, 2001

    US efforts to make peace summed up by 'oil'
    The Irish Times
    November 19, 2001

    Editorial Cartoon
    Ben Sargent
    Nov 15, 2001

    What Color Is Your Parachute?
    Her Boss at United Got $3.2 Million. She Got Shoved Out the Door.
    by Andrew Friedman
    Week of November 14 - 20, 2001

    Editorial Cartoon-
    Weird War: "None of Your Beeswax"
    Ted Rall
    Nov 19, 2001

    "Subject: No Subject"- Zippy Comic
    Bill Griffith
    11/14/01

    Do we opt for FDR's courage or McCarthy's fear?
    By Ed Garvey
    November 13, 2001

    The Ugly American: Bully Spends Billions Blasting Nation of Refugees
    by James Ridgeway
    Week of November 14 - 20, 2001

    Bush Order: Terror Trials by Military
    By RON FOURNIER, AP White House Correspondent
    Tuesday November 13, 2001

    America's Goodness Doesn't Extend Overseas
    By MUSHAHID HUSSAIN
    COMMENTARY, L.A. Times
    October 29, 2001

    Patriotic Optimism!
    This Modern World (comic), www.thismodernworld.htm
    By Tom Tomorrow

    PM, Bush to put shine back in Indo-US ties
    CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA
    THE TIMES OF INDIA, TIMES NEWS NETWORK
    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 08, 2001

    Bush took FBI agents off Laden family trail
    BY RASHMEE Z AHMED
    THE TIMES OF INDIA, TIMES NEWS NETWORK
    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 08, 2001

    Not Exactly An Age Of Enlightenment In Tallahassee
    DANIEL RUTH, Tampa Tribune
    November 7, 2001

    Bush made his first million in Osama firm
    www.sify.com
    London, Nov 7

    Revealed: How US raid came close to disaster
    Luke Harding/Julian Borger and Richard Norton-Taylor (Guardian News Service)
    Wednesday, November 7, 2001

    "We don't need to wait for the media consortium to report the results of the NORC review of Florida ballots. It is already obvious from precinct-based results and previous media reviews that Al Gore got the most votes." -
    What the NORC Data Will Show
    by Paul Lukasiak
    1 November 2001

    PUBLIC OPINION: U.S. Tries to Rally Public Support Overseas
    By MICHAEL R. GORDON
    New York Times
    November 6, 2001

    Terrorism and Free Trade: On Eve of First WTO Meeting Since Seattle, Bush Pushes for 'Fast Track' While Activists Prepare to Agitate
    by Eric Laursen, villagevoice.com exclusive
    November 5th, 2001

    Attacks Briefs
    By The Associated Press
    Saturday November 3

    U.S. propaganda to Taliban: 'You are condemned'
    From Jamie McIntyre
    CNN Washington Bureau
    October 18, 2001

    News Release - Sunday, November 04, 2001
    On the Press Reports of Green Activist Being Detained at Bangor Airport in Maine

    For clarification because they do not explain this, Nancy Oden is the Chairperson for a Green Party group called "The Structure Working Group". This group exists according to the Green Party website "to assist the Green National Committee carry out their responsibility to formulate proposals on structural issues, such as GNC and Congress representation and voting weights". See: http://www.greenparty.org/working.html

    The Exciting Game With Anthrax Rules
    by George Smith, villagevoice.com exclusive
    November 1st, 2001

    Remembering the L.A. 8: The INS and Its Critics Take Lessons From a Relentless Pursuit of Immigrants
    by Alisa Solomon, Village Voice
    Week of October 31 - November 6, 2001

    What Women Want: Feminists Agonize Over War in Afghanistan
    by Sharon Lerner, Village Voice
    Week of October 31 - November 6, 2001

    MISTAKE TO DECLARE THIS A 'WAR'
    Sir Michael Howard, speaking to the Royal United Services Institute
    October 31, 2001

    The ID Idea: Goodbye to privacy.
    By Robert A. Levy, National Review
    October 24, 2001

    Privacy Exposed: The more invasive the technology, the better.
    By Jed Rubenfeld, Washington Post
    Friday, October 26, 2001

    Opium for the Masses: Tales of the Afghan Drug Trade
    by Cynthia Cotts, Village Voice
    Week of October 24 - 30, 2001

    America's pipe dream: A pro-western regime in Kabul should give the US an Afghan route for Caspian oil
    George Monbiot, The Guardian
    Tuesday October 23, 2001

    Evil Evildoers Of Evil: How to feel calmly patriotic and yet not the slightest bit reassured by Bush & Co.
    By Mark Morford, SF Gate Columnist
    Friday, October 19

    From eWorcester Wire:
    Officer is out of picture
    By Dianne Williamson, Telegram & Gazette Columnist
    Thursday, October 18, 2001

    This article is about a professor at the University where I work and where eric and I are both graduate students...
    "The continuing fallout from a professor’s appearance on The O’Reilly Factor tests USF’s commitment to academic freedom."
    The Al-Arian Factor
    by rochelle renford, Weekly Planet
    October 20, 2001

    Dick Cheney's Pipe Dream: VP Eyed Oil in Caspian Region
    by Geoffrey Gray, Village Voice
    October 19, 2001

    TRUTH IN THE PACKAGING OF WAR NEWS
    By Richard Reeves
    Thursday October 18

    I find this article particularly interesting because of how many threats Planned Parenthood has received in the last few years (without much fanfare):
    THE FALSE ALARMS: Anthrax Fears Appear to Spread, Even Without New Verified Cases
    By MICHAEL JANOFSKY
    New York Times
    October 17, 2001

    New offer on Bin Laden: Minister makes secret trip to offer trial in third country
    Rory McCarthy in Islamabad
    The Guardian
    Wednesday October 17, 2001

    COMMENTARY: Bin Laden Types Soften With Legitimacy
    By MICHAEL HECHTER
    Los Angeles Times
    October 16, 2001

    Analysis: Trial by peers
    Akhtar Raja
    The Guardian
    Monday October 15, 2001

    Taliban gives reporters war zone tour
    By Kathy Gannon, AP
    Oct. 14, 2001

    Dry Up the Pools of Discontent
    Robert Scheer
    8 October 2001
    ** Older but worth reading **

    Bush rejects Taliban offer to surrender bin Laden
    Second week of bombing begins; Media visits village hit by missile
    By Andrew Buncombe in Washington
    independent.co.uk
    15 October 2001

    FBI tipped off before attacks
    War against terrorism: US warnings prior to September 11
    By Hugh Dougherty in New York
    independent.co.uk
    13 October 2001

    It's The Constitution, Stupid!
    by Steve Kubby, www.Antiwar.com
    October 13, 2001

    Team of Defense Experts Maps Ouster of Saddam
    Elaine Sciolino and Patrick E. Tyler, New York Times Service
    Saturday, October 13, 2001

    At U.S. Request, Networks Agree to Edit Future bin Laden Tapes
    By BILL CARTER and FELICITY BARRINGER, The New York Times
    Thursday October 11, 2001

    The Push for A Wider War: MCCAIN TOES THE NEOCON LINE
    www.Antiwar.com
    October 9, 2001

    Gas Peddled: Exaggerating the Chemical and Biological Terrorism Threat
    by George Smith, Village Voice
    Week of October 3-9, 2001

    Make Noise Not War: A Peace Movement Grows in New York and Beyond
    by Andrew Hsiao, Village Voice
    Week of October 3-9, 2001

    The Price of Unity: Our Greatest Danger Is Becoming the Same
    by Richard Goldstein, Village Voice
    Week of October 3-9, 2001

    NOW AND THEN: An Old Soldier's Caveat on the Flag-Waving
    By Donald M. Murray, Boston Globe Correspondent
    October 9, 2001

    Campuses see a downside to unity: Civil rights stifled, some professors say
    By David Abel, Boston Globe Staff
    October 6, 2001

    New Link (older article):
    ACLU Calls New Senate Terrorism Bill Significantly Worse; Says Long-Term Impact on Freedom Cannot Be Justified
    American Civil Liberties Union, Freedom Network
    October 5, 2001

    The War on the Bill of Rights
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    Education Department Eases Student-Privacy Rules for FBI's Terrorism Investigation
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    Chronicle of Higher Education
    Friday, September 21, 2001

    Attacks prompt list of 'banned' songs
    By Clea Simon, Boston Globe Correspondent
    September 20, 2001

    It's the End of the World as Clear Channel Knows It
    By Eliza Truitt
    September 17, 2001


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