John McCain’s Olympic-Class Flip-Flopping

Jesse Jackson

by Tom Hall – As we approach the start of the Summer Olympics in Beijing, it might be interesting to consider some of the political gymnastics going on here at home. Of course, George Bush is heading up the Republican flip-flop team. But how to score his recent policy gymnastics is exposing wide differences, depending […]

Lou Dobbs: The New Black Jack Pershing (Black Jack Lou)

Lou Dobbs

For the past few years, Lou Dobbs has led anti-immigrant forces against amnesty, against illegal Mexicans, against Mexico, against his own government, and against the truth.

Obama’s Lapel Pin and Other Scary Things

Japanese Internment

by Robert Illes – Have you noticed? He’s been wearing one. Barack Obama, I mean. He’s been wearing one of those American flag lapel pins.

Indicting Bush in Venice

George "Smirking Monkey" Bush

Where else but Venice, California, would you go to hear an outraged crank argue for indicting the sitting president of the United States for murder in a gymnasium packed to the gills with wild-eyed radicals cheering his every charge? Which is exactly what we did this past Wednesday, except the crank was no crank, but […]

Momentum Building For Bugliosi’s Case Against George W. Bush For Murder

Vincent Bugliosi

For Vincent Bugliosi, one of America ‘s foremost prosecutors and authors, George W. Bush’s purposeful crime of misleading America into war is a vile, despicable and prosecutable act. It angers Bugliosi deeply. So much so that he’s written a new book, The Prosecution Of George W. Bush For Murder. To be clear, this is not […]

Mr Russert – Will YOU Ante up for War Victims Like YOU Asked of Scott McClellan?

Tim Russert

Mr. Russert, last Sunday (June 1, 2008), on “Meet The Press” you had as your guest former George W. Bush Press Secretary Scott McClellan. You asked him the following question: “Some have suggested because you were part of the propaganda machine that sold the war, that many people have died and been injured because of […]

The Case for Mental Health Screening of Candidates and Electeds

Linda Milazzo

In 1972, after graduating from New York’s Queens College, I took the New York State teaching exam. My degrees were in Theater and Speech Communications so I took the exam to teach speech. It was a particularly difficult test since it combined both art and science. The surprisingly good news – after five years of […]

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