Americans For Victory Against Terrorism Targets Independent Voices
Jul 01 2002
Jim Lobe writes for Inter Press Service, an international newswire, and for Foreign Policy in Focus, a joint project of the Washington-based Institute for Policy Studies and the New Mexico-based Interhemispheric Resource Center.
Americans For Victory Against Terrorism
Targets Independent Voices
Jul 01 2002
Jim Lobe writes for Inter Press Service, an
international newswire, and for Foreign Policy in Focus, a joint project of the
Washington-based Institute for Policy Studies and the New Mexico-based
Interhemispheric Resource Center.
Editor's Note: This article was originally published by
Foreign Policy In Focus on March 15, 2002, and is reprinted with permission.
A powerful group of neo-conservatives is launching a new public relations
by Brad Edmonds
From a news report: "[The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals] declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional Wednesday because of the words under God added by Congress in 1954." The Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis Bellamy, a Baptist minister and Christian Socialist, in 1892. Let me be among those who say that the court got this one right, though the court mentioned less than half the reasons why the Pledge of Allegiance is pure folly.
"The single step of a courageous individual is not
to take part in the lie.
One word of truth outweighs the world." -- Alexander Solzhenitsyn
by Hans Sherrer
by Jim Davidson
Born in liberty 19 April 1775; Died 9 July 1868
A recent issue of The Libertarian Enterprise included the following dateline: "October 22, 2001 ... I Hear America Dying."
Sorry, guys. That isn't the sound of America dying. That's decompositional gas built up in the lungs, being released as one jackbooted thug after another treads on the body.
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."
by Carolyn Baker, Ph.D.
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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.
It's the most polluted state in the planet's most powerful country. Ed Vulliamy goes into George Bush's backyard to reveal how big oil got in bed with big politics and the price paid by the little people
by Ed Vulliamy
June 16, 2002