Saturday, October 29, 2005

Breasts Not Bombs

Friday, October 28, 2005

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Stirling Newberry; analysis of Libby indictment from former federal prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega; Scott Galindez interviews a military mom; Norman Solomon; and more ... Browse our continually updating front page at
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Stirling Newberry | Deconstructing the Indictment
Elizabeth de la Vega | Smoking Guns and Red Herrings
Scott Galindez | Deborah Regal: "Speak Out, You Are Not Alone"
Norman Solomon | White House Spin Doctor Is Ill
Gore Says It Is Not Too Late to Combat Climate Change
EPA Studies Ways to Cut Warming Pollution
Large Corporate Purchasers Driving Green Power Growth
Devastating Exodus of Doctors from Africa and Caribbean Is Found
First Ever National Index on How Workers Are Treated in Each State
Wanted: Polish Workers
Rosa Parks May Lie in Honor in Capitol Rotunda This Weekend


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Thursday, October 27, 2005

Cindy Sheehan | Honoring the Fallen

Cindy Sheehan writes that "Juan, Beatriz Saldivar and Julie Cuniglio, who have all had loved ones killed in this war, had brought pictures of their dead loved ones with them to Arlington. We were told by the administration of the cemetery that they couldn't take the pictures into the cemetery because they were "political statements!!"

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Nightline: Return to the Heart of Darkness

Nightline: Return to the Heart of Darkness
After more than 10 years, there has been a tribunal. There has been an effort, at least, to
hold some people accountable for the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. And there has been a
recent popular film that has raised awareness about the vast, vicious murders and failure
of the international community to do anything to stop it. But still...

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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

2,000 Deaths | Rosa Parks

Sari Gelzer | 2,000th Death Sparks Nationwide Protests
The 2,000th soldier has died in Iraq. The Pentagon announced that Staff Sgt. George T. Alexander Jr., 34, of Killeen, Texas, died Saturday in San Antonio of injuries sustained October 17. Protests today have commenced after this milestone was announced and will continue throughout the week in Washington. Also, there will be combined vigils and protests in cities across the country tomorrow.

Rosa Parks, Founding Symbol of Civil Rights Movement, Dies
Rosa Parks, a black seamstress whose refusal to relinquish her seat to a white man on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama, almost 50 years ago helped touch off the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, died at her home yesterday in Detroit. She was 92 years old.

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Monday, October 24, 2005

Staged Government Terror

Former UN Weapons Inspector: Don't Rule Out Staged Government Terror
Ritter says Neo-Cons are embattled, surrounded, could resort to desperate measures to further global domination

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Torture in Iraq

By Human Rights Watch
The New York Review of Books has published an excerpt of a report from Human Rights Watch: "Leadership Failure: Firsthand Accounts of Torture of Iraqi Detainees by the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division." Read this to understand how torture has become a "sport" for US soldiers in Iraq.
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