fix articles 115737, new york times july
Compromising Democracy in Honduras (tags)
Can a solution to the crisis in Honduras — itself the result of a military coup — be “mediated,” where on one side sit coup leaders and on the other a democratically elected but ousted President? Does any “middle ground” exist? Of course not. If President Zelaya unconditionally returns to finish his term in office, democracy will be restored; anything short of that will have democracy “compromised” into its opposite.
Vying To Be Toughest (tags)
Both candidates promise permanent imperial wars.
Iraq Progress Report (tags)
The real conditions on the ground in Iraq