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Rich Gardner | 04.18.2008
The left blogosphere is in agreement, the debate was terrible, with far too many "gotcha" questions and far too few questions of substance.
George Stephanopoulos defends the 16 April so-called "debate" between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, but really, it
posted by F Espinoza | 02.22.2008
That Tuesday, there was no fresh international news. My modest message to the people of Monday, February 18 had no problem being widely circulated. I began to receive news from 11:00 a.m. The previous night I slept like never before. My conscience was at rest and I had promised myself a vacation. The days of tension, with the proximity of February 24, left me exhausted
Stewart A. Alexander | 02.20.2008
The Peace and Freedom Party and Socialist Party USA have strongly opposed U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan and have maintained that the Iraq War was launched only to advance U.S. imperialism and to control the vast oil reserves in the Middle East. Both socialist parties are calling for an immediate end to the military occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, the withdrawal and return of all U.S. troops, and the immediate release of all prisoners of war and detained civilians.
posted by F Espinoza | 02.19.2008
Cuban President Fidel Castro announced he will not aspires to nor accepts the positions of President of the State Council and Commander in Chief at the Parliament session scheduled for February 24th.
Stephen Lendman | 02.19.2008
The latest salvo in Bush v. Chavez.
Edward Herman | 02.19.2008
Bush Subverting Constitution, Carrying Out a Class War as Well As Committing War Crimes, But Still Calling the Shots and Getting Criticism Lite;
Green Zone Gang Rape (
style="font-weight: bold;">Cyril Mychale
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Social Security (Edward Herman; Richard DuBoff)
posted by F Espinoza | 02.18.2008
If this is a subject of interest to you, in the United States today there are five Cuban prisoners, separated one from the other by thousands of miles. They have no area that can be sarcastically called the “Hanoi Hilton”. Their suffering and the injustice of which they are victims will be known the world over; don't doubt it for a minute...
Stephen Lendman | 02.15.2008
Part II of this epic book.
posted by F Espinoza | 02.14.2008
Students whose images were exploited by different foreign media to present them as a sign of rebellion against the Cuban government spoke during a video interview denouncing the manipulations that occurred and denying that they were arrested on Tuesday.
posted by F Espinoza | 02.13.2008
In that already famous Super Tuesday, a day of the week when a number of States of the Union were selecting the candidate of their choice for the presidency of the United States from among a group of contenders, one of the likely candidates to replace George W. Bush was John McCain...