fix articles 106545, this administration
Thank you Matt Damon! Let's replace RTTT with the Zinn Education Project (tags)
In defense of Matt Damon, who recently took a cogent and principled stand against this administration's reactionary neoliberal education policies. In response, many HuffPost readers unleashed vicious invective against him. Rather than defending education policies that originated from Heritage, Fordham, and Hoover, we should be advocating progressive education policies and curriculum.
MOVING DAY AT THE WHITEHOUSE (tags)
JOIN FELLOW AMERICANS SEND THIS PRESIDENT A MESSAGE...EITHER LISTEN TO US...OR MOVE OUT!!!
PHILIPPINES: Lack of accountability makes reconciliation impossible (tags)
The President's call for reconciliation is hollow and vacuous in the face of loose ends left hanging beyond the May 2007 elections and the adjournment of the 13th Congress.
Moving Day at the Whitehouse (tags)
Call to Protest!!!
April 15-22: Week of Boycotts, Rallies For Impeachment (tags)
Please add this to your front page and calendar, and consider taking part in this unprecedented week of outage and action against the unelected Neo-Fascists in DC, and those cowards in power who have betrayed us all by not stopping them. Enough of this Madness, already! Let's get it done, and make history at the same time.
The Last Straw?.........It Should Be! (tags)
The administration is saying that huge damage was done to our intelligence gathering capabilities by the person who leaked the story to the NY Times.
Secrets and Lies Becoming Commonplace (tags)
The initial refusal of President Bush to let his national security adviser appear under oath before the 9/11 Commission might have been in keeping with a principle followed by other presidents -- the principle being, according to Bush, that calling his advisers to testify under oath is a congressional encroachment on the executive branch's turf. (Never mind that this commission is not a congressional body, but one he created and whose members he handpicked.)
Sly As A Fox In The Box (tags)
"But Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon represent something altogether different in this battle over the issues of this war, this administration and Constitutionally-protected free speech. With them comes the true battleground and everyone should take notice. Neither of them are given to excess hyperbole or ad homonym attacks against those who differ with them politically ... What has transpired recently has not quite sunk in for most Americans. This isn't a left vs. right issue, though the right (and yes, indeed, many leftists) want it to be in order to further polarize the citizenry."