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Fall Leaves - Pictures
Between Iraq and a Hard Place
Criticizing Cheney to His Face Is Assault?
The Mindsweep - A Fellatio Rodriguez Film
Scientists hail cure for most common cause of blindness
The Center for Tactical Magic
Bechtel Predator Drones
Full house as leading 9/11 conspiracy theorist has his say
'Social inclusion means tough policies'
"Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it." - George Bernard Shaw
Gaza is a jail. Nobody is allowed to leave. We are all starving now'
Leftists defiant as Calderon is finally declared president
Death of the Mexican Presidency
"No matter how cynical you get, it's impossible to keep up."- Lily Tomlin
Engineers warned BP of Alaskan crisis two years ago
“An eye for an eye irradiates the whole world.” --- Dr. Zimmerman Robert
The World Can't Wait
Bereft Belfast Mother Charges Private Security Firms with Wanton Murder in Iraq
The 155th Victim
Take Action to End the US War in Iraq!
The Flexing of Time
Cowan on Coolidge
No Human Being Is Illegal
The main product of this war is hatred.
GOP Strategists Terrorize Americans' Minds
It is Neoconservative propaganda.
Angrily Awaiting a Messiah
Chávez says China deal 'great wall' against US
Report on Iran Riddled With Errors
"Possession is nine tenths of the problem." - Dr. Winston O'Boogie
Bill Cowan's Poetry
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“Americans express two points of view. One is, I really like that, the other is, that really pisses me off”
-- Graham Chapman
"Time Wounds All Heels" -- Dorothy Parker
"It’s how you play the game.”
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"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." Edmund Burke
Before You Enlist!
Robert Fisk: The Age of Terror - a landmark report
Pay attention, feminists
Livingstone suspension overturned
Bang, Bang! Kiss, Kiss!
"Our country right or wrong. When right, to be kept right; when wrong, to be put right."
The Amish protest against evil
Our Bipartisan Practical Genocide
Today, the people of Latin America are once again standing up against injustice and U.S. hegemony.
Iraqi witness tells inquest US troops shot Terry Lloyd
The Coming Backlash against "We the people..."
"an act of economic warfare and genocide."
A Disaster by Any Measure
Devote 5 minutes or 5 dollars to Democratic Victory
To Combat School Violence, Clamp Down on Guns and Hysteria
Dealing with radioactive waste
On the rightwing website Redwatch
Rate Your Town and Your Country
Five centuries after the European conquests
Uncomfortably Numb to Torture
"No lawyer, No Trial, No Appeal"
Horror at the schoolhouse: gunman kills at least three Amish girls
California: Fifteen percent of the state's adults decide our elections
Talks With Osama bin Laden
It's a crime for which Woodward is just as guilty as Bush.
Marwahin, 15 July 2006: The anatomy of a massacre
Another Phase of the Class War
Nuclear Energy: Still a Bad Idea
Iraq: the week the truth was told (except by Tony Blair)
The “In Crowd” Versus the “Populists”
His joke about George W. Bush's sulphuric body odor
'Never Before!' Our Amnesiac Torture Debate
“The U.S. government’s real fear is of my ideas,”
Simple: just change the system.
A Visitor from Hiroshima
Israeli group calls power plant attack a 'war crime'
The reintroduction of the draft
'Threats' to Venezuelan minister provoke war of words with US
A journey into the 'Taliban republic' where the militias rule unchallenged
Carlyle poised to bid for Libyan oil giant, says son of Gaddafi
Protesters gather to vent their anger at PM
New terror that stalks Iraq's republic of fear
Innocent Victim of U.S. Torture Policy
The autocratic billionaire accused of running his country for personal gain
Iran has called the west's bluff on the nuclear standoff
Cheney: The Fatal Touch
India’s Farmers Bear Brunt of Globalization
Vatican experts say Pope 'unrepentant'
A Bavarian Provocation
The first speech of the 2008 presidential campaign
"the events of October 19 2007"
John Lennon - Still a Security Threat
Making Work Safer Through Direct Action
9/11 in a Movie-Made World
Ever Onward - Bill Cowan's Poetry
Looking Back Forty Years: October 15, 1966
Seen from almost anywhere else, however, these are lousy times.
The Wind That Shakes The Barley
"Fascism" Frame Set Up by Right-Wing Press
Challenging the Culture of Obedience
Bangladesh hit by violent protests over British firm's coal mine plan
How Long Will America Spill Blood for Liberty's Hijackers to Save Face?
US accused of bid to oust Chávez with secret funds
Pay To Be Saved
I Had an Abortion
America's popular war crimes act
Challenging the Vested Interests
'I can't go to Iraq. I can't kill those children'
We need a political solution
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL report Israel/Lebanon
"The is no such thing as real news in the United Ersatz of America."
Keystone Cops Reprised
Truman Haunts Us
"The definition of insanity is continuing to do the same thing and expecting a different result.”
Lessons unlearned 25 years after air controllers' strike
The Nagasaki Principle
The good life in Havana: Cuba's green revolution
Toll of a war that shames the world
United States Central Command in Iraq is preparing its permanent bases
by SEYMOUR M. HERSH
The military’s problem with the President’s Iran policy.
"it takes two to speak the truth, one to speak and another to hear"
- henry david thoreau
It has been said, "if you understand, things are just as they are; if you do not understand, things are just as they are." Let us understand that to live is a human right. We have a right not to be killed; others have also have a right not to be killed.
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."
Poet John Donne's line "never send to ask for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee," says it well.