Writing in the Age of Terror

Obviously, if this really were an age of terror, an age in which we were all terrorized, there would be no writing. You can't write if you're terrorized. I mean, you can, but your writing will have all the clarity of a campaign speech by John Kerry, or all the relevance of the election-year literature produced by the AFL-CIO, which refused to acknowledge that there was a war in Iraq.

How Has it Come to This?

On November 2nd, one year after an election that saw more 'irregularities' than any in recent history, I will be leading a march to the streets to drive out the Bush regime!

CIA Leak: Fitzgerald expanded scope of inquiry in 2004 to probe Niger forgeries

The special prosecutor investigating the outing of a covert CIA agent expanded his probe last year to include intelligence information used by the Bush administration claiming that Iraq tried to purchase yellow-cake uranium from Niger.

New Calls for an Exit Plan and Troop Withdrawal from Iraq

On the heels of the passage of Iraq's new Constitution, two Democratic members of Congress are calling on Bush to provide an exit strategy from Iraq and to begin withdrawing troops.


Ritter reveals US lies about Iraq

SCOTT Ritter, a top arms inspector in Iraq between 1991 and 1998, is that rare creature - a gung-ho former US marine bitterly opposed to the official lies and hidden agendas of the US establishment.

War can't do away with terrorism

The U.S. response to the September 11th terrorist attacks was a retaliatory war against Afghanistan to overturn the Taliban regime. However, Osama bin Laden, who supposedly mastermined the terrorist attacks, has not been captured yet.

Why I'm Getting Arrested at the White House Today

The first reason I'm going to lie down, refuse to move, and wait to be arrested outside the White House today is my belief that massive civil disobedience is needed if we are going to end the war and forestall the next war. The power of nonviolent sacrifice has been tried and tested.

Iraq: US Security Failures and the New Constitution

A secret British government sponsored poll shows intensifying opposition to the occupation of Iraq by foreign troops and growing support for attacks aimed at British and US military.

New York Times Reporter was Pentagon's Mouthpiece

Embattled New York Times reporter Judith Miller acted as a 'middleman' between an American military unit and the Iraqi National Congress while she was embedded with the U.S. armed forces searching for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in April 2003, and 'took custody' of Saddam Hussein's son-in-law, one of 55 most wanted Iraqis, RAW STORY has found.

Action: National Stand Down Day - Nov. 18, 2005

Young Americans sign on to go into harm’s way to defend their country if necessary, but instead they are being turned into harm’s ministers in a war that has claimed more then 100,000 Iraqi lives and nearly 2,000 Americans.

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