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Meteorologists may disagree, but the political weather in Britain almost always comes from the United States.
How far can George W. Bush and his White House team go? On the two biggest issues facing them--the war and the budget--there is no end to their disregard for the truth.
Using the ends to justify the means repeats the folly of Vietnam.
Now, can we talk of impeachment?
"This act of
incendiarism is the most monstrous act of terrorism so far carried
out," reported a 1933 Berlin newspaper.
Sharp criticism doesn't mean dislike.
Read Slate's symposium of "liberal hawks" reassessing their support for the Iraq war.
Click here for info on Bruce Shapiro's Shaking the Foundations: 200 Years of Investigative Journalism in America, recently released by Nation Books.
As an MSNBC analyst before the war, former United
Nations weapons inspector David Kay often seemed more like a
cheerleader for the Bush Administration's Iraq policy than he did an
Considered as a subset of the road movie, the post-Holocaust, return-to-Poland documentary has been a dismayingly static genre. Most of these films are journeys in only the physical sense.