The Falklands: A Lesson for America in Iraq


Melting Planet: Species are Dying Out Faster Than We Have Dared Recognize

Scientists Will Warn This Week

When Terrorism Outlaws Democracy

On September 27, 2005, Australian democracy surrendered to terrorism. On that day, a coalition of willing federal and state leaders agreed to anti-terrorism legislation that will enable police persecution of the Muslim community and threaten dissidents with imprisonment.


Something stinks in America

The story begins in the murky world of campaign finance and the grey area of quasi-corruption, kickbacks and personal favours that now define the American political system.


From Information Clearing House

Role of Rove, Libby in CIA Leak Case Clearer

As the CIA leak investigation heads toward its expected conclusion this month, it has become increasingly clear that two of the most powerful men in the Bush administration were more involved in the unmasking of operative Valerie Plame than the White House originally indicated.


Abramoff and Able Danger

Confirmed: US Intel told "hands off money laundering"

From Information Clearing House

Torture of Iraqis was for ‘stress relief’

say US soldiers:

FOR the first time, American soldiers who personally tortured Iraqi prisoners have come forward to give testimony to human rights organisations about crimes they committed.


U.S. soldiers get off easy for crimes against Iraqis

review finds:

Al-Hillali said Army Pfc. John N. Lee and Spec. Timothy I. Barron claimed to be Marines searching for weapons. But once inside his house, he said, they used a knife to pry open a briefcase filled with money and eventually stole $2,000 in cash, silver and other valuables.


From Information Clearing House

Shock and awe: the night Baghdad burned

In an exclusive extract from his powerful new book about the Middle East, Robert Fisk watches in the Iraqi capital as the US air offensive begins in March 2003.


From Information Clearing House

Bitter Fruit by Paul Fusco

In November 2003 Magnum photographer Paul Fusco began his essay on the funerals of the soldiers killed in Iraq. He travelled to some 27 different cities and towns, from Florida to Minnesota, Maine and New York.

This is a must watch interactive essay

From Information Clearing House

Iraq affecting British army morale

Army morale and recruitment are suffering because troops are seen as "guilty by association" with Prime Minister Tony's Blair's decision to invade Iraq, Britain's top soldier has said.


From Information Clearing House

Iraqi Government Totters

This constitution is another sick joke played by the Bush administration, which keeps forcing Iraq to jump through hoops made in Washington as "milestones" and "tipping points" to which the Republican Party can point as progress.


Phone mast protest is spelt out


Verdeckte Propaganda

Während in Deutschland der Innenminister an der Pressefreiheit rüttelt*, versucht die Bush-Regierung mit der Produktion von Nachrichten oder der gezielten Freigabe von Informationen die Öffentlichkeit zu täuschen und ist damit ins Schleudern geraten.


*Schilys (vorerst) letzter Kreuzzug

Schilys (vorerst) letzter Kreuzzug

Die andauernden Ermittlungen gegen das Politmagazin Cicero sind offenbar nur ein erster Schritt bei der Einschränkung der Pressefreiheit.


Bush Moves to Block Torture Probe


Hook, Line and Suckers

Mark Engler argues that in the past 15 years, the rise of cable news has spawned a class of pundits who are not leftists but play them on TV. As the watchdogs at Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting have documented, political talk shows offer "balance" by routinely matching up representatives of the far right with centrist Democrats and New Republic editors.


The Wrong-Way Congress

The indictment of the House majority leader, Tom DeLay, should have been an opportunity for Republicans to show the nation that they are ready to turn the page on the abuses of big-money politics and lobbyist pandering. Buy According to the New York Times, in choosing Representative Roy Blunt of Missouri as Mr. DeLay's immediate replacement, the members presented as their new face of leadership still another political wheeler-dealer best known for his deep ties to Washington's corporate lobbying industry.


The GOP's Spreading Plague

Joe Conason asserts that to be an honest Republican these days must be to wonder what awful revelation is coming next - and how the Grand Old Party, which once claimed to represent political reform, became a front for sleaze, corruption and cynical criminality.


Valerie Plame CIA identity case: Prosecutor Quiet after Judith Miller's Testimony

It has been two years since a grand jury began looking into the Valerie Plame CIA identity case, a criminal investigation that could close up shop shortly or cause more pain for the Bush White House.


Deal with Fitzgerald, Phone Call with Libby Led to Miller's Testimony

Two developments drove the decision of Judith Miller, the New York Times reporter jailed for refusing to testify about conversations with a confidential source, to appear before a grand jury in Washington yesterday in exchange for her freedom, she and her lawyers said yesterday. One was a long phone call with the source. The other was a deal with the special prosecutor in the case.


Bush Administration Guilty of Buying the News

Federal auditors said on Friday that the Bush administration violated the law by buying favorable news coverage of President Bush's education policies, by making payments to the conservative commentator Armstrong Williams and by hiring a public relations company to analyze media perceptions of the Republican Party.


Bush administration found involved in illegal 'covert propaganda'


Informant: NHNE

A meeting with the UK Solicitor General


The cozy relationship between the WHO and the electric utility industry

Dear Colleagues:

We have received more documents that spell out the cozy relationship between the WHO and the electric utility industry.

Check out the most recent posting on the Microwave News Web site.
Go to: http://www.microwavenews.com/fromthefield.html#partners


Louis Slesin, PhD
Editor, Microwave News
A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation
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Petition to remove Dr. Mike Repacholi

FBI admits to wiretapping wrong numbers

Such wiretaps allow the FBI to get permission from a secret federal court to listen in on any phone line or monitor any Internet account.


From Information Clearing House

Buying of News by Bush's Aides Is Ruled Illegal

In a blistering report, the investigators, from the Government Accountability Office, said the administration had disseminated "covert propaganda" in the United States, in violation of a statutory ban.


Who is Scooter Libby?

When historians finally lift the curtain on the Bush administration, they will discover that Irv Lewis "Scooter" Libby was one of the most important men pulling the levers. Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, has been center stage for every one of the administration's national security scandals.

Who is Scooter Libby?: The Guy Behind the Guy Behind the Guy:

Libby's Washington career began when Wolfowitz called his former student and asked him to give up his law practice to go to work in the Reagan administration.


More on "Libby"

From Information Clearing House

To keep its dream alive, America must end its military obsession

The US is dynamic and adaptable, but it needs to pay more attention to its fragile economy to save itself from future shocks.


From Information Clearing House

Bush threatens defense bill veto, warning on prisoners

The White House warned lawmakers not to add any amendments to regulate the treatment of detainees or set up a commission to probe abuse.


From Information Clearing House

Bush administration to examine new measures against Syria

President Bush and his top aides are weighing new steps against Syria, according to U.S. officials involved in Middle East policy.


From Information Clearing House

Syria, al-Qaeda in Iraq, and Big Lies

Syria, al-Qaeda in Iraq, and Big Lies in Bushzarro World

In a world gone crazy Rice says force necessary for democracy

US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has defended the use of military force to advance the cause of democracy and liberty as "the only guarantee of true stability and lasting security".


Retired general: Iraq invasion was 'strategic disaster'

The invasion of Iraq was the “greatest strategic disaster in United States history,” a retired Army general said yesterday, strengthening an effort in Congress to force an American withdrawal beginning next year.


Fayyad in Baghdad: "It is no Longer Baghdad"

The piece is a shocking indictment of American misrule. Bush has turned one of the world's greatest cities into a cesspool with no order, little athority and few services.


The Heavy Burden of Retrieving Fallen Americans in Iraq

"Sometimes the dead soldiers are in body bags only this big," he said, holding his hands about a foot apart. "It's discouraging."


Christianity and the Demise of America

by Charles Sullivan

Real Christians would not tolerate presidents who make war on defenseless people based upon lies and innuendo. Bush and his imperialist polices should be openly and powerfully denounced from every pulpit in every church in the United States, every day. But they are not. In fact, just the opposite occurs.


EU and U.S. clash over control of Net


Secret Meetings on Bush Indictments



America Under The Imperial Roman Eagle



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