fix articles 55439, when it comes
Who is Bernie Sanders? (tags)
The question is why a man like Bernie Sanders (Democratic Party) is not U.S. president, but his colleague Joe Biden is. It will probably be because he says such sentences: Our government must work for ordinary Americans, not for the top 1%.
Expect Dirty Business as Usual Following Saudi King's Death (tags)
The trojan horse of Ron Paul-style libertarianism (tags)
Sweeping away government means that the “market” will determine all outcomes. The “market” would mean concentrated corporate power would decide all outcomes, especially economic outcomes. That is what libertarians, Ron Paul included, would deliver if they actually were handed power.
Bush Has `Understood Nothing, Learned Nothing' (tags)
Bush's plan to fight global warming is to wait until 2025. His plan is a losership approach, not a leadership approach.
Colin Powell's Selective Sense of Horror (tags)
The outgoing Secretary of State says he’s shaken and horrified by the tsunami’s destructive power, yet has nothing to say about the far greater destruction and death wreaked in Iraq by the U.S. military that he was so instrumental in sending over there. The difference isn’t the degree of destruction and death, it’s what caused it.
“Asteroid Hits Earth, Millions Die—GOP Says Clinton Responsible” (tags)
Bill Clinton has been blamed by his detractors for just about everything from curdled milk to genetic mutations. But might there be a more recent president whose own record of misdeeds puts Clinton's to shame? Read the following for why it just may be time for Clinton critics to quit caterwauling.
OFFER TO BUY HALLIBURTON (tags)
The next dead troop was sponsored by Halliburton and confirmed by Paul Bremer according to Fox news channel. Bremer is some GOP thug in charge of stealing oil and killing Persians in Iraq.
Rarely is the Question Asked (tags)
There's something to be said about a president who tells so many fish stories...
Propaganda and Hypotheses: What Do We Really Know About AIDS? (tags)
I am profoundly disappointed with progressive, critical thinkers who stop thinking critically when it comes to AIDS. The same people who are wary of mainstream media stories and government reports accept without question all stories and reports on AIDS. The very activists who protest the agendas of multinational chemical corporations assume their typical practices and toxic products are right-on when it comes to AIDS.