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The historic push of East Central Europe into Nato (tags)
What is the end of the war song? It is and was destruction, death, human suffering and traumatized populations. And in our time, in addition, it is the suspension of the necessary global and joint efforts of all nations in the fight against the threat of climate catastrophe.
Heading for Ground War in Syria and Iraq (tags)
Washington and Israel Conspire to Oust Assad (tags)
Fear Grips Egypt (tags)
Obama Ups the Stakes in Syria (tags)
Syria: Upping the Stakes (tags)
Washington's Imperial Brinksmanship (tags)
Iran Nuclear Talks in Baghdad (tags)
No Letup in Western-Backed Syrian Violence (tags)
Many candidates, corporate media obscures U.S. presidential politics (tags)
Third political parties do not compete on a level playing field in U.S. politics; the corporate media will spend more money in one day, promoting the campaigns of Senators John McCain, Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton, than the amount of money third political parties will spend in one year to promote their candidates, combined. While third party candidates are spending hundreds and thousands of dollars on flyers and brochures, big corporations are spending millions to keep the names of their candidates in the public’s view.
green vs green (tags)
On a cool spring morning a quarter century ago, a place in Pennsylvania called Three Mile Island exploded into the headlines and stopped the US nuclear power industry in its tracks. What had been billed as the clean, cheap, limitless energy source for a shining future was suddenly too hot to handle.
BTL:Immigrants in the U.S.Take to the Streets to Demand Equality (tags)
Between the Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Labor journalist David Bacon
BTL:Supreme Court Upholds Campaign Finance Soft Money Ban... (tags)
...Clean election advocates seek more comprehensive reforms. Interview with Nick Nyhart, executive director of Public Campaign, conducted by Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus
Michael Powell: Up in Flames (tags)
Poor, poor, pitiful Michael Powell. His term as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission was supposed to be easy. He thought that like FCC chairs before him, his job was to jet around the country meeting at swank resorts with the CEOs of major media companies, take some notes and then quietly implement their sweeping agenda for loosening the last significant constraints on media consolidation in the United States.
BTL: Federal Court Derails Campaign Finance Regulations Supreme Court will... (tags)
...decide fate of McCain-Feingold law Interview with Nick Nyhart, executive director of Public Campaign, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris