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Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 2003

Amy Goodman and Jeremy Scahill
Does A Felon Rove The White House?

Barbara Sumner Burstyn
We Really are Living on the Dark Side of the Moon

Susan Jacoby
Pulpit Bully: Bush Administration Moves to Undermine Separation of Church and State

Uri Avnery
The Magnificent 27: Israeli Pilots Refuse To Take Part in Assassinations

Bill Berkowitz
Bush's Bad News Blues: Administration Cooks Up New Campaign 'To Shine Light on Progress Made in Iraq'

Peter Kurth
The Gang that Couldn’t Talk Straight On Iraq

Jim Lobe
US Dominates Arms Sales to Third World

Steven Rosenfeld
Deserting Our Troops

Paul Street
Honest Mistakes? The New York Times on "The Failure to Find Iraqi Weapons"

Garry Leech
Washington Finally Sees Uribe's True Colors

Naomi Klein
Once Strip-Mined, Twice Shy

Ralph Nader
Congress Hears This Call: The Fight Against Intrusive Telemarketing


September 29, 2003

Norman Solomon
California's Populist Revival

Robert Fisk
Lies, Mischief And The Myth Of Western Intelligence Services

Ran HaCohen
Abusing Anti-Semitism


September 27-28, 2003

Sarah Eltantawi
The Loss of An Irreplaceable Mentor

Robert Fisk
Palestinian, Intellectual, and Fighter, Edward Said Rails Against Arafat and Sharon to His Dying Breath

Alexander Cockburn
Alan Dershowitz, Plagiarist

Reps. Dennis Kucinich, Carolyn B. Maloney and Bernie Sanders
More Questions For Cheney Regarding Dissemination of False Information on Iraq

John Chuckman
American Psycho

Toni Solo
Coming Soon to the United States? Plan Condor, the Sequel

Barbara Sumner Burstyn
Viagra for Girls: Medical Light Bulbs Can't Switch off Relationship Woes

N.D. Jayaprakash
Fallout of Nuclear War Planning Specter of Armageddon

M. Shahid Alam
A Muslim Sage Visits the USA


September 25-26, 2003

Edward Said (1935-2003)

Susan Abulhawa
A Sad Day

Alexander Cockburn
Edward Said, Dead at 67: A Mighty and Passionate Heart

Mickey Z.
Edward W. Said

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Marc W. Herold
AfghaniScam: Livin' Large Inside Karzai's Reconstruction Bubble

Neve Gordon
Sharon’s Preemptive Zeal

Yigal Bronner
The Truth About the Wall

Norman Solomon
“Wesley & Me”: A Real-Life Docudrama

Robert Fisk
US Secrecy on Iraqi Casualties

Robert Fisk
Iraqi Broadcasters Risk Being Closed If They Put Saddam's Voice On Air

Jim Lobe
Sharp Increase in US Military Aid to Latin America

Mark Weisbrot
Washington Pursues Dangerous Policy in Venezuela

Harvey Wasserman
California Nightmare: Arnold stalks for Bush 2004

David Edwards and Media Lens
The Importance of Being Nuanced: A Tragicomedy Of Media Manners


September 23-24, 2003

John Pilger
The Big Lie: WMDs Were Just a Pretext for Planned War on Iraq

Mary La Rosa
Conscience or Complicity: The Altered State Solution

David Edwards and Media Lens
What Should I Do? Selfishness, Happiness And Benefiting Others

Thom Hartmann
Might Bush's Blank Check for War Bounce If He Deceived Congress?

Philip A. Farruggio
Judgment At Bushemberg

Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman
Nike Gets a Pass

Bill Berkowitz
The Real Cost of War: Web Site Monitors Mounting Price Tag in Your Town

Francis A. Boyle
Neo-Cons, Fundies, Feddies, and Con-Artists

Jerre Skog
"They Can Make Money in Iraq!": Good Ole American Know-how Impresses and Confuses the World


September 22, 2003

Seth Sandronsky
Under Bush, U.S. Economy Recovers, Unlike Workers

Barbara Sumner Burstyn
Working to Live Has Been Overtaken by Living to Work

Barbara Sumner Burstyn
No Room on the Balance Sheet for Truth or Humanity

Norman Solomon
The Get-Rich Con: Are Media Values Better Now?

John Pilger
What Good Friends Left Behind in Afghanistan

Barbara Jentzsch
"American Intelligence Analysts Have a Patriotic Duty to Speak Out and Transcend the Cult of Secrecy": An Interview with Ray McGovern

Adam Engel
Something Killer

Ralph Nader
Privacy Rights

Gila Svirsky
Sharon, With Eyes Wide Open


September 18-19, 2003

Josh Frank
Dean's Corruption in the Green Mountain State

Clare Brandabur
Response to Hitchens’ Weasel Words

Alexander Cockburn
Matchlessly Wrong About Everything: Behold, the Head of a Neo-Con!

Paul Street
Hidden Continuities of Urban Racial Inequality Before and After 9/11

Rob Kall
Say NO to Bush's $87 Billion Dollar Request

Ralph Nader
The Big SnApple

Jerre Skog
The Swedish People vs the Establishment, 1-0: Could it Happen in the US?

David Edwards and Media Lens
The BBC, Self-Glorification And Disaster

September 16-17, 2003

Paul Dean
Bush at the UN (An Honest Speech)

George Monbiot
The Philosophy of Cant: Final Installment of a Series on Trade

Bill Berkowitz
David Kay's September Surprise: Will the Head of the Administration's WMD Search Team in Iraq Deliver a Weapon of Mass Deception?

Devin Nordberg
US Corporations Win from War in Iraq, But the Iraqi People Should be the Benefactors

Patricia Ernest
The Sweet Smell of Bullshit on Sunday Morning

Toni Solo
How Do You Like Your Elections - Fixed and Murky?

Terry Gibbs and Garry Leech
Ghosts of the Past (Report from Colombia)

September 15, 2003

Kurt Nimmo
Imperial Sociopaths

Baruch Kimmerling
From Barak to the Road Map

M. Shahid Alam
Dialectics of Terror

Mina Hamilton
International Troops in Iraq: Fighting for "Democracy"

Robert Fisk
A Mystery the US is in No Hurry to Resolve

Jeffrey St. Clair
Anatomy of a Swindle: Land Fraud as Government Policy

Mickey Z.
"The Truth Has to be Repeated"

Heather Wokusch
China Upstages US at Nuclear Non-Proliferation Conference


September 13-14, 2003

Jason Leopold
Dems Scrap Plans To Look Into Claims White House Manipulated Intel On Iraqi Threat

Kim Petersen
Contemplating Unacceptable Evenhandedness

John Pilger
Iraq's Epic Suffering Is Made Invisible

Naomi Klein
Free Trade is War

Thom Hartmann
The Genetically Modified Bomb

Mark Hand
The Empire Strikes Again

Toni Solo
Colombia: The War on Terror as Waged by Outlaws Interview with Caitriona Ruane

Seth Sandronsky
Risky Business: U.S. Borrowing And Foreign Lending

Geov Parrish
The Generic Drug Ripoff

Sarah Whalen
From the Fish's Mouth to Palestine's Heart

Dave Linhart
Pledge of a Grievance


September 11-12, 2003

Norman Solomon
Triumph of the Media Mill

Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman
Other Things You Might Do With $87 Billion

Kim Petersen
Stretching Credulity

Lynn Landes
How We Lost The Vote - How To Get It Back

Bill Berkowitz
Wounded in Iraq, Deserted at Home

SPL Center Intelligence Project
Fair and Balanced?: An Interview with Media Critics Steve Rendell and Norman Solomon

Dan Bacher
Department of Interior Launches Investigation Into Klamath Basin Decisions

Mickey Z.
Parable for Cancún

Harvey Wasserman
Fabulous Farm Aid Rocks Corporate Ag While Bush Babbles


September 9-10, 2003

George Monbiot
Whose Side Are You On? Part Two in a Series on Trade

Noam Chomsky
There's Good Reason to Fear US

Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman

John Chuckman
The First Two Years of Insanity

Jim Lobe
Is the Neocon Agenda for Pax Americana Losing Steam?

Robert Jensen and Rahul Mahajan
When Will Voters Finally Get Wise to the Shell Game?

Robert Jensen
The US Political Crisis Through the Eyes of Foreigners


September 8, 2003

Kurt Nimmo
Bush's Speech: Internationalizing the Whirlwind

Norman Solomon
The Political Capital of 9/11

Robert Fisk
Don't Say We Were Not Warned About This Mess (Iraq)

Laura Carlsen
The Militarization of the Americas

Gila Svirsky
Off With Their Heads! Israeli Assassinations and Protests Against the Occupation

Harvey Rosenfield
Governor Davis Still Can Ease California Power Rates

Ralph Nader
Government Purchasing


September 6-7, 2003

Kim Petersen
Dispelling the Orwellian Spin: The Real Foreign Terrorists

Mina Hamilton
What's in the Energy Bill? Stealth Nuclear Power Plants

John Dean
Cheney's Cover-Up: Evidence that VP Misled Congress about Producing Energy Task Force-Related Documents

Donna Bister, Marc Estrin and Ron Jacobs
Howard Dean: the Progressive Anti-War Candidate?

Phyllis Bennis
Is the US Considering a Return to the UN?

Sarah Whalen
Now in Arabia, Needed in Italy: America’s War on International Terror

Bob Fritrakis
Demonstration Democracy

Thom Hartmann
Blood, Oil, and Tears - and the 2004 Bush Campaign Strategy

Seth Sandronsky
The China Blame Game

Robert Gaiek
An Inspirational Note in Support of Our Troops From the Sky Pilot-in-Chief, George W. Bush

Norman Solomon
The Quagmire of Denouncing a “Quagmire”

Daniel Patrick Welch
We Can Win the War in Vietnam And Other Chestnuts From a Not-So-Bygone Era

John Chuckman
The Perfumed Prince and Other Political Tales


September 4-5, 2003

Neve Gordon
Strategic Abuse: Outsourcing Human Rights Violations

Amira Hass
What the Fatality Statistics in Palestine Tell Us

Bill Berkowitz
Stop Iraqi War Profiteering

Maria Tomchick
The Cameraman and the Diplomat

Harvey Wasserman
Bush to New Yorkers: Drop Dead

Bernard Weiner
Inside Karl Rove's Diary: "Things Aren't Going So Well"

M. Shahid Alam
Pakistan “Recognizes” Israel

Dan Bacher
Over 8,000 Threatened Salmon Die In Warm Water On Butte Creek

Arundhati Roy
The Loneliness of Noam Chomsky


September 3, 2003

Paul de Rooij
Predictable Propaganda: Four Months of US Occupation of Iraq

Kurt Nimmo
The Imam Ali Mosque Bombing: Round Up the Usual Suspects

Jason Leopold
The Business of E-Voting and How it Can Put the Wrong Candidate in Office

George Monbiot
The Worst of Times (Part 1 of 3-Part Series on Trade)

Kim Petersen
Salmon Propaganda

Robert Jensen and Rahul Mahajan
Iraqi Liberation, Bush Style

Ralph Nader
The Triumverate

Toni Solo
Terrorists, Their Friends and the Bogota 3

Dennis Rahkonen
The Virtue and Logic of Progressive Politics

Dean Baker
The Morning After


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