Posada case: what is Bush and Gonzales’ Justice Department trying to do?

The two federal attorneys of the U.S. Justice Department’s Counterterrorism Section, instructed by Attorney General Gonzales to sink the Posada Carriles case forever, are well aware to what dead-end alley they have taken the case.


The Beginning of a Revolution

It’s very disheartening that I, a young African American male in the year 2007, feel the necessity to write a letter discussing America’s continuous deprivation of basic rights for Black America.


New Action on Africa’s Debt Needed

As the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) prepare for their annual spring meetings, to be held at their headquarters in Washington, DC this weekend, Africa Action today stresses that an immediate priority of the international financial institutions must be the total cancellation of Africa’s debt, without economic conditions.

Tactics Needed to End This War

Polls continue to confirm a key part of the 2006 election results: a growing majority wants U.S. troops out of Iraq according to an agreed-upon timetable. People no longer believe our presence there serves any good purpose.


Memo to Imus: You're Fired

'Discussion' is an awfully antiseptic word what went down. Make no mistake: CBS's Moonves and the bigwigs at MSNBC, who Wednesday pulled the plug on Imus's TV show, were met with an upsurge inside their own ranks.


A Paradigm Shift: America as Proxy

Conflicts in the Middle East are often orchestrated from afar, using proxies -- the least risky method to fight and win a war. Despite its geopolitical fragmentation, the Middle East is loosely united insofar as any major event in any given locale can subsequently be felt throughout the region.


Record of Iraq War Lies to Air April 25 on PBS

Bill Moyers has put together an amazing 90-minute video documenting the lies that the Bush administration told to sell the Iraq War to the American public, with a special focus on how the media led the charge.


Surges and Czars and Bombs, Oh My: How to End the War

At least 45 U.S. service members have been killed in Iraq in the first 11 days of April alone, making it on pace to be one of the most deadly months of the war for U.S. troops. Dozens have been injured.


Activists Mobilize to Save Atlanta Public Housing, Seek Legal Options

An Atlanta activist with the Georgia Task Force for the Homeless requested April 4, 2007, that the Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA) impose a voluntary moratorium on the demolition of the city’s public housing for at least one year.


Step it Up for Peace and Planet

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says that humans are causing global climate chaos and that the effects are going to be… Well, let's just say that only John McCain will find them pleasant.

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