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Huxley Revisited

In Hindsight: 'Brave New World Revisited'
by Cat Farmer

"But liberty, as we all know, cannot flourish in a country that is
permanently on a war footing, or even a near war footing. Permanent
crisis justifies permanent control of everything and everybody by the
agencies of the central government." ~ Aldous Huxley

We live in interesting times. In 1958, reflecting on "Brave New
World" (written in 1931) in "Brave New World Revisited," Aldous

It's Not the Economy, Stupid

by Marc Ash

t r u t h o u t | Opinion

Monday, 12 August, 2002

Conformist pundit wisdom would have us believe the GOP's greatest concern as the midterm elections approach is that the economy has tanked. I'd like to call their attention to few other small problems that may be on the minds of Americans as they consider what course to take in November.

The rise of American Fascism is one that seems to be causing quite a stir across the land:

It Is Time To Abolish Congress

7/31/2002

Written By:
Chuck Baldwin

I have seen the light. I am now willing to admit that President Bush is right: we are living in a "different world." Those ideals and laws dealing with the "old world" simply do not meet the needs for this avant-garde society of ours. Therefore, it is time to concede that the U.S. Constitution is passé and that our form of government is out-of-date, ineffective, and even problematic. We must move forward to Bush's "brave new world."

IT IS TIME TO ABOLISH CONGRESS!

-- by Chuck Baldwin

July 30, 2002

Bush Did Try to Save Enron

 By Sam Parry

 May 29, 2002

 Since Enron Corp. plunged into bankruptcy six months ago, George Bush's defenders have said the administration's refusal to bail out the sinking energy trader is proof of Bush's integrity, given that Enron's Chairman Kenneth Lay was one of Bush's top financial backers.

 The story line has been that all of Ken Lay's millions couldn't buy George W. Bush. For that reason, Enron has been called a financial scandal, not a political scandal.

The Disastrous Foreign Policies of the United States

Part 3: A TERRIBLE MESS: What Can We Do About It?

by Bill Christison
Former CIA Political Analyst

What kind of lunacy is going on in Washington?

Hatred of U.S. foreign policies intensifies day by day in much of the world, but the present administration is not even examining the possibility of changing those policies to allay the hatred and reduce the likelihood of future terrorism.