fix articles 12139, steven rosenfeld
Obama vs. Romney (tags)
The strength of the democrats is the folly and mean-spiritedness of republicans. Programs to support the economy were rejected every time with the sole goal of bad economic data. Romney/Ryan rely on the short memory of voters who blame only Obama for the faltering economy Obstructionism should be the issue.
BTL:Inability to Recount Electronic Ballots, and... (tags)
...Other Irregularities Place Validity of 2004 Election in Question~Interview with Ronnie Dugger, co-founder of the Alliance for Democracy, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
BTL:U.S. Media Ignores Questions on 2004 Election ~ Public Distrustful of... (tags)
...Press Corps as Watchdog on Bush White House ~ Interview with Robert Parry, award-winning investigative journalist, conducted by Between the lines' Scott Harris
Stealing The Internet (tags)
With Blessings from the FCC and Congress, the High-tech Industry Wants to Privatize the Internet. What Happens When you Have to Pay to Join the Information Revolution?
GWI - US Troops 'Are Sick Over There Already' - Rokke Gulf War Syndrome Redux? (tags)
Of course the Bush Junta has the Troops best interests at heart. That is why they cut the Budget for Veteran's Medical Needs.
Gulf War Syndrome II (tags)
Soldiers now fighting in Iraq are being exposed to battlefield hazards that have been associated with the 'Gulf War Syndrome' that afflicts a quarter-million veterans of the 1991 war, said a former Central Command Army officer in Operation Desert Storm.
Transcript of militarized police forum (tags)
In light of recent Bush administration efforts to expand the domestic role of the military, "Declassified Radio" is re-releasing the transcript of a past program on the military's growing influence on domestic policing. This program, initially released in October of 2001, includes material from a September 25, 2001 symposium on militarized policing held at Judson Church in New York City. Speakers included Paul Richmond of the National Lawyer's Guild, "Covert Action Quarterly" writer Frank Morales, and Sam Smith, editor of the "Progressive Review".