fix articles 134215, canadian press
The Business of Water: Privatizing an Essential Resource (tags)
Water is life, not a commodity
Haiti earthquake may have exposed gas and oil (tags)
From Miami Herald
Bioweapons, Dangerous Vaccines, and Threats of a Global Pandemic (tags)
dangerous mandated vaccines must be avoided
Bush Resurrects a Whopper (tags)
Where have we heard this before? War in the Ruins of Diplomacy Published: March 18, 2003 America is on its way to war. President Bush has told Saddam Hussein to depart or face attack. For Mr. Hussein, getting rid of weapons of mass destruction is no longer an option. Diplomacy has been dismissed. Arms inspectors, journalists and other civilians have been advised to leave Iraq. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9C01EFDA1431F93BA25750C0A9659C8B63 Oh yeah. The last time these War Criminals engineered a phony crisis about a fake threat, and used it to start another illegal war.
Embarrassed US Starts to Disown Basra Operation (tags)
As it became clear last week that the Operation Knights Assault in Basra was in serious trouble, the George W. Bush administration began to claim in off-the-record statements to journalists that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki had launched the operation without consulting Washington.
Bill Clinton's "Killer Prison Blood" Scandal - (tags)
BAD BLOOD Canadian media, including the Calgary Sun and Ottawa Citizen, are reporting that tainted blood from Arkansas prisons made its way to a Montreal blood broker in the 1980s when Bill Clinton was governor. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are investigating. At the time, American sources were not accepting prisoners' blood because of possible HIV contamination. OTTAWA CITIZEN
Mad cow disease hits U.S. (by Latuff) (tags)
Copyright-free artwork by Brazilian cartoonist Latuff.
Staples Rally: Three Cheers for the Canadian Press! (tags)
Eye witness account of the Staples Center ambush by Globe and Mail's LA correspondent, Doug Saunders. The Globe and Mail is Canada's national newspaper