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Scams Away: The Boom Is Falling

by Al Martin

(May 22, 2001) In an incredible display of arrogance, George Bush said that HE (not the White House, but HE) will no longer tolerate second-guessing on the subject of the growing questions of what did the Bush Administration know and when did it know it regarding threatened terrorist attacks against the United States prior to 9-11. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld then came out with a press release from the Department of Defense, stating that "those who ask questions could face government charges."

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Unsuppressed History: Teacher Educates Youth Using Ruppert, Peter Dale Scott, Fitts As Source

by Carolyn Baker, Ph.D.

[© COPYRIGHT 2002, All Rights Reserved, Michael C. Ruppert and From The Wilderness Publications, www.fromthewilderness.com. May be copied and distributed for non-profit purposes only.]

"The world as I knew it before this semester no longer exists. It's like a dream, as if I had been living in wonderland, but then I woke up.

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Pledge Declared Unconstitutional

Wed Jun 26, 2002

By DAVID KRAVETS, Associated Press Writer

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - For the first time ever, a federal appeals court Wednesday declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional because of the words "under God" added by Congress in 1954.

The ruling, if allowed to stand, means schoolchildren can no longer recite the pledge, at least in the nine Western states covered by the court.

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A Corporate State

By Ralph Nader

June 13, 2002

What Business Week magazine calls "the corporate crime wave" shows every sign of worsening, as more major corporations scramble to admit massive deception of investors, looting of pension funds, self-enrichment of top executives, restatement of earnings and giant farewell compensations packages to departing bosses who wrecked their companies to further their own megagreed.

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U.S., trading partners may be ready to declare cease-fire in trade war

By Martin Crutsinger

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
June 18, 2002

WASHINGTON — To its own surprise, the Bush administration brought the world this year to the brink of a trade war with this lineup: America versus everyone else.

Caught in the cross fire of a bitter fight over steel imports were producers of Florida citrus, Washington state apples and a range of other products.

While there are signs that all sides are pulling back, the damage to the world trading system may already have been done.

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Is America the New Roman Empire?

Americans used to denounce empire. Many current U.S. pundits, however, call for the United States to establish a benevolent global empire. Is the idea of "Imperial America" an inspiring vision? Or is it a misreading of past and present — and a betrayal of America's republican traditions? The Globalist’s “America Matters” columnist Michael Lind explains

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