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  • April 27, 2007




  • April 26, 2007

    McCain: Gonzales Should Quit

    How much appeal does an anti-Alberto Gonzales appeal have with grassroots Republicans?

    A lot, if John McCain's political calculus is to be trusted.

    On the day that the Arizona senator relaunched his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the presidency, McCain pronounced himself to have been "very disappointed in (the Attorney General's) performance" before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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  • April 25, 2007

    Kucinich: Impeachment is the Right Response

    Congressman Dennis Kucinich has now filed his three articles of impeachment against Dick Cheney, and the Ohio Democrat is clearly serious about the holding the vice president to account for manipulating intelligence to fabricate a threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, manipulating intelligence to fabricate a relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda, and openly threatened aggression against Iran absent any real threat to the the United States.

    Kucinich's House website contains the text of the resolution, H.R. 333, along with pages of documentation supporting the articles, a summary of impeachment procedures, and a copy of the congressman's letter to the vice president.

    On Tuesday afternoon, Kucinich explained his initiative at a Capitol Hill press conference that he began by delivering the following statement:

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  • April 24, 2007

    Earth’s Altered States

    Run like hell! Floods, droughts and food collapses are only a few of the dire consequences of climate change outlined by a new report. Will life soon resemble a never-ending Hollywood blockbuster disaster movie?

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  • April 24, 2007

    The US, Denial and the Culture of Violence

    Why does America only care about certain people's deaths?

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