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"Bill of Rights" [link]
"He suggested that human misbehavior is the result of not having one of four basic human needs met: power, attention, revenge and avoidance of failure."
Wily Python Stories
The Flexing of Time
A peach of a scandal in Georgia
A celebration of science in the UK: 10 Britons who shaped our world
"To refuse to serve" by Col. Ann Wright (ret.)
Of Illegal Immigration and Bloodshed
"Dianne Feinstein, a frequent disappointment when it comes to Constitutional matters,"
THUS ATE ZARATHUSTRA
Failed Somalia policy comes back to haunt the U.S.
The point of human rights, as Churchill noted, is that they treat the innocent, the suspect, and the convict equally: "These are the symbols, in the treatment of crime and criminals, which mark and measure the stored-up strength of a nation, and are a sign and proof of the living virtue in it."
The world's second richest man gives $44bn to charity
Canary Wharf: more smoke and mirrors?
Peru's leader is a lap dog of the US, claims Chavez
Two children killed after Israel launches air strike
"Bush made a surprise visit to Baghdad this week. Five hours, then he turned around and came home." Perhaps the troops ought follow him home too.
Watching Blair Sink
The ugly truth about everyday life in Baghdad (by the US ambassador)
FROM: US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, Baghdad
TO: Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State
SUBJECT: SNAPSHOTS FROM THE OFFICE
Livingstone cleared of anti-semitism
World Cup 2006 Update
FIFA WORLD CUP 2006
Let Us All Praise the Dixie Chicks
Open relationships: One lover is never enough
Gregory Wilpert Interview[audio]
The Trouble with Trendspotting
CIA knew where Eichmann was two years before he was caught
Military Contractor, Chairman Indicted
Who Killed The Electric Car?
Bill Cowan's Poetry
"If you understand, things are just as they are; if you do not understand, things are just as they are."
Spring in the High Sierra
The raid that raised more questions than answers
The Education for Peace in Iraq Center promotes freedom, security, and genuine democracy for the people of Iraq.
The return of Batwoman - as a lesbian socialite
Bush 'planted fake news stories on American TV'
The Storm over the Israel Lobby
8 minutes 39 seconds in Paris -- Ah yes! I remember it well.
The Folly of Star Wars
Bush at West Point: Vows Long Middle Eastern War, Spreads the Fallacy of the Cold War Analogy
Protecting Our Civil Liberties By Democrat John Alden
A new protest song: Joan Baez - she shall overcome
Regular drinking cuts risk of heart attack... for men
"The main reason for keeping them there is to avoid a scuttle which would look like America's last days in Vietnam"
Chavez Takes London
Vexed to Nightmare: Qui bono?
Amnesty attacks Government over human rights
Easily Dispensable: Iraq's Children
West Bengal: Movement Left
The Indian Road By Vijay Prashad
Building a Movement that will be Stronger After the US is Out of Iraq
New York Times in a word: Dezinformatziya
Robert Fisk: You're talking nonsense, Mr Ambassador
Terry Jones: Blood and circuses
Dead soldiers flown home as British presence in Basra is questioned
Eddie Izzard: 'We need Europe to be a melting-pot. We need to melt'
Simon Schama and David Remnick discuss slavery in America.
'Since 1998, Whole Foods has ranked high among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For in America.” Although the company is as ferociously anti-union as Wal-Mart—John Mackey, the volubly libertarian founder and C.E.O., has called unions “parasites” ---PARADISE SOLD
Two Years for One Joint
If you're interested in the Falcons (George and Gracie) and their newborn chick...
FBI Puts SOA Watch under “Counterterrorism” Surveillances
When Warriors Come Home
Advertisement: see... North Bay Cleaning.com
American Rights at Work.
Asshole: a Film Strip
Ricky Gervais goes to Springfield
Lancet calls for LSD in labs
Everglades suffers invasion of unwanted pet pythons
"The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood."
Martin Luther King Jr
Body lay undiscovered for three years
Saying No Is a Patient's Choice, However Risky
Mental Health Hot Line Place Call
Dispatch From South Dakota:
Tribal President Cecelia Fire Thunder Speaks
A Film by Chris Hume and L. Wild Horse
Fake Dialogue with Bill Keller at the New York Times
Thousands Rally for Immigrants' Rights
Activist was unlawfully killed in Israel, says inquest jury
Presidential Retinue or U S Press Corps(e)?
Confused Press Secretary or President?
The Real Democrat for U S Senate in California must run under the Green
A 'Concerted Effort' to Discredit Bush Critic
Chongquing, China - view into China's future...
Pentagon's Briefing Plan
Northumbria lecturers strike over English centre 'privatisation'
"Bush's successes are his failures and his failures are his successes. Any sane person has long ago dismissed both Bush and Cheney as a couple of clowns that distract the citizenry from the real chicanery in which their sponsors engage."
Words for right-wing pundits to choke on
French Unions Set Deadline for Jobs Law Repeal
Belligerent Until the Bitter End
Why Democrats Are At Least Half of the Problem
The Execution: How an IRA man turned British spy met his brutal end
War Crimes in Iraq.
The Ground Zero Grassy Knoll
Hundreds of thousands march in France
Photos open a "Window to Cuba"
¡No Mas! No More!
Why Don't Men Write About Abortion?
Photographer: Herald Got it Right
E. S. Anderson Dies at 94; Cautioned on Antibiotics
Give Peace a Chance Play Me!!
Yer Blues Play Me!!
Everybody's Crying Mercy Play Me!!
Feingold's Standing Boosted Among Voter - from The Associated Press
Please Stay Play Me!!
A Citizen's Guide to Digital Democracy:
200 million children in the world sleep in the streets today. None of them are Cuban
Bush's Amber Signal
H2O Ought to Be A Public Good, Not A Commodity
In a thirsty world, there's a high price to pay for bottled water -- and the product is not all that it's marketed to be.
Guantanamo Bay see story...
Ghetto Defendant E V Play Me!!
Gandhi Puppet One
E-mailed Report on Stop Torture Rally
Bush's Delusional Speech [link]
The Equal Rights Amendment
Straight to Hell U V Play Me!!
The Democrats' Daddy Warbucks
Running from Censure [listen]
Rock the Casbah US SV Play Me!!
The Star-Spangled Fantasyland of the Fake and Home of the Bogus [link]
Abracadabra By EDUARDO GALEANO [link]
Newly Released Files Reveal FBI Spied on PA Peace Group Because of Antiwar Views [link]
Military Jailing Vietnam War Resisters 40 Years After They Refused to Serve [link]
One, Two, Three, What Are We Fighting For? [link]
Philippines: the Killing Fields of Asia [link]
Three Ways to Remember Rachel [link]
a recent surge in violence [link]
Womenomics 101 [link]
Oh How Indiscriminate and Indiscreet Computers Have Become, Dr. Dean! [link]
Blogger puts guide to abortion online [link]
Nobel Peace Prize 2005
ACLU The Spies Have It. [link]
My Lai massacre on March 16, 1968 [link]
Paying for the Iraq with Supplement Funding [link]
MI5, Camp Delta, and the story that shames Britain [link]
Economics for Democratic and Open Societies [link]
Thoughts on memory:
What is the region of the world called where over 130,000 US Troops are engaged?
The Middle East
Asia Minor is a quiet remembrance of Empires past.
The Middle East was the contemporary region; where everyone wishes for peace, but the cognoscenti believe shall never have peace.
Western Asia is the place where “the west was won.”*
“How the West was Won”- Hollywood’s History
Perhaps it ought to be called Southwest Asia as a bookend to Southeast Asia
Bush's successes are his failures and his failures are his successes. Any sane person has long ago dismissed both Bush and Cheney as a couple of clowns that distract the citizenry from the real chicanery in which their sponsors engage.
"The British Army has always fought the Wily Python" , British Officer to Lieutenant Goodbody in Richard Lester's movie "How I won the war" (1967)
“The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion.” Thomas Paine
Marin & North Bay
"Someday people will want peace so badly that governments had better get out of their way and let them have it."
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The Butterfly Agent --screen play...
Enough of the D.C. Dems [link]
Crypto-Schmittianism By Simon Critchley [link]
The Erosion of Free Speech [link]
THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT [link]
After six years out in the cold, Bush makes his passage to India [link]
A message crushed again [link]
The smiling face of Israel's tough foreign policy [link]
A Common Cause [link]
By Cindy Sheehan and Sam Bostaph
When facts fail [link]
Denial is not a reason for arrest [link]
My Boy Lollipop Play Me!!
Abortions at home are safe - pilot study [link]
From Conservatives to Brownshirts [link]
Torture flights landed in UK, admit air controllers [link]
325,000 Names on Terrorism List Rights Groups Say Database May Include Innocent People [link]
Pentagon budget ensures global domination [link]
Hal 9000Play Me!!
Gayane Ballet Suite Play Me!!
A Warning Bell by William Greider[link]
Stew Albert 1939-2006 [link]
Bring Regime Change Home [link]
An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity see story...
US Military Expenditures: Beneficial or Harmful?
Or, Who Benefits and Who Pays?By Doug Dowd [link]
Blair-Bush deal before Iraq war revealed in secret memo [link]
It's capitalism or a habitable planet - you can't have both [link]
No President Is Above the Law see ACLU ads
The Movement for Peace
Book Club's May Selection
Blair and Bush 'conspired to go to war regardless of United Nations' [link]
I Will Not Support Hillary Clinton for President [link]
Spies, Lies and Wiretaps [link]
Police 'faked Tube death log' [link]
Our Lamentable Time, Our Reactionary Time [link]
I Threw It All AwayPlay Me!!
The Night Before Larry Was StretchedPlay Me!!
Feingold: Alito Would Be "Dangerous Addition" to Court [link]
In History:Tsar unleashes army in rely to petition [link]
Sanitised images hide truth about war, says Fisk [link]
ACLU Releases Government Photos [link]
Albanian Gandhi Dies
By Amitabh Pa [link]
Robert Cray’s poignant new song, “Twenty”, telling the story of a young soldier, who questions his mission in Iraq, but is killed before his deployment is up. [link]
Monkey to Man Play Me!!
Laurence W. Britt [link]
The KPFA Labor Collective.www.kpfalaborcollective.org
Peace Radio Two: Listen
Monetary Zombies [link]
How cheese makes finest wines taste like cheap plonk [link]
Small worker-run brothels proposed to deter exploitation of prostitutes [link]
A laugh a day may help to keep a heart attack away [link]
The Mirage of Empire[link]
Alaskan Volcano Erupts for First Time in 20 Years [link]
Impeachment Calls Grow Louder[link]
Cruel to be Kind Play Me!!
The girl who named a planet [link]
By Paul Rincon
BBC News science reporter "This is what happens when you deregulate industry. People die."[link]Meditation- Joao Gilberto play me
Memphis: We Remember [link]
New Clue to Universe's Darkest Mystery [link]
Wily Python’s Winter Aromatic Soup -- [link]
""Freiheit ist immer die Freiheit des Andersdenkenden"
New Air Force Mission Cyberspace
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Guardian Unlimited | Ricky Gervais | Ricky Gervais podcast.webloc
War without End [link]
The Hobart Shakespeareans [link]
"Friends with Low Wages" at
Salt of Earth Organizer Clinton Jencks, Legendary Labor Organizer, Dies -- see his obituary....
Presumed Guilty By Paul Craig Roberts see story...
New Resource: Ten Reasons Why the U.S. Must Leave Iraq [link]
People In America's Heart full story
Welcome To One Point Of View..full story...
Swift Essay full story...
Bad Dreams full story...
Coming Attractions --- streaming video...
Crocodile Five full story...
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Crocodile Five ...screen play...
The Butterfly Agent ...screen play...
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