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GOP Wants To Use Illegally Seized Evidence To Prosecute Americans (tags)
No doubt government is sitting on a ton of illegally obtained evidence.
1/1 Palestine: Cynthia McKinney-We Lived to Tell the Story: Lebanon Rescued Us (tags)
Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney says the aid ship she was on was rammed by an Israeli warship, an allegation Israel denies....
Mexican Cartel Zetas Attack and kill an American in Phoenix (tags)
Phoenix papers report that 6 Mexicans killed a Phoenix man who was found dead by police in a local neighborhood home riddled with more than 100 bullets.
Time for a Mass Resignation From the Democratic Party (tags)
Cynthia McKinney is doing it. It's time for you to do it too.
The government pays these criminals rather well (tags)
At least 20 former lawmakers convicted of crimes are eligible for taxpayer-funded pensions, some as high as $125,000 a year
Congressman Foley is a hypocrite! (tags)
As usual in government it’s do as I say not as I do. Seems like Congressman Foley likes to have sex with little boys. While at the same time he has been passing draconian laws to jail other citizens who enjoy sex with little boys
The Softer Side of Bush? (tags)
Do you believe in personal responsiblity, that actions speak louder than words, and that words really do mean something? Apparenly, the GOP faithful do not -- for while the Main Street Republicans are putting on a good show at the Convention, the Hard-Right are hitting the streets and getting their hands dirty...
Torture in Iraq: The buck stops with Bush (tags)
George W. Bush and his minions are toiling to contain worldwide outrage over the torture of hundreds of Iraqi detainees by U.S. occupation soldiers at the infamous Abu Ghraib prison.
BTL:Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney Pursues Lawsuit Against... (tags)
...Georgia's Open Primary System. Interview with Cynthia McKinney, Georgia congresswoman, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
More myths, misconceptions and unanswered questions about the war in Iraq (tags)
In the wake of the war in Iraq, a number of questions have arisen about events during the war and Iraq's alleged possession of weapons of mass destruction and ties to Al Qaeda. As in our earlier columns about the Iraq debate, this article is intended to deal only with claims that have been addressed definitively or near-definitively in the public record. It is our hope that this column will serve to clarify some of the key issues being debated in the aftermath of the war and correct some of the most pervasive myths in circulation.