fix articles 15361, ted stevens
Are the Times A-Changin' at UC Berkeley’s School of Law? (tags)
Torture Memo, Racial Unrest & (Perhaps) a Job Applicant’s Cover Letter Wake Up the School’s Faculty, Staff and Once-Floundering Social Justice Center
The Mysterious Plane Crashes Of Opponents Of Unregulated Capitalism & Republic Candidates (tags)
Money has the power to arrange plane crashes
Republicans Face Election Debacle (tags)
The Congressional elections on November 4 seem already decided. Republicans face an historical disaster given the rotten mood in the country and new scandals.
[btlsummary]Pro-War Pundits Declare Iraq Troop Surge a Success... (tags)
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary
Environment Hating Senators List (tags)
This is from the League of Conservation Voters. It shows the percentage of votes "for" the environment of members of the US Senate who are morally bankrupt and do what the corporations want them to do in return for the campaign contributions they were given. The complete list is here: http://www.lcv.org/scorecard/ Click on "Look up Scores"
Are you Afraid of Bush? (tags)
This is simply a must read...
Are the Isrealis willing to start WW III ? (tags)
Please help to spread this information far and wide, it is the present reality and it has vast implications.
Alaska's fragile ecology is imperiled by 'Rugged' ego (tags)
The military and the oil and gas industry account for most of Alaska's population growth, and are both notoriously conservative and transient. These immigrants believe they are rugged individualists, and they are dead wrong
Anti-War Leader Launches Campaign to Impeach Bush (tags)
(CNSNews.com) - A former U.S. attorney general has drafted articles of impeachment against President Bush and three other top administration officials as a means of preventing the U.S. from advancing a "first strike, potentially nuclear preemptive war" against Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
WP: Senate GOP Ends Filibuster Over Judicial Nominations (tags)
After 2 weeks of partisan obstructionism, Senate Republicans abruptly gave up and "decided that the responsible thing for us to do at this time is to focus on those issues that need to be addressed as a result of the events of Sept. 11," according to Minority Leader Trent Lott. [Fortunately for him, the corporate media has totally ignored this prolonged attack on bipartisanship, which delayed the Foreign Aid Bill for 2 weeks.]