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by Congressman Ron Paul, MD

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by Hussein Ibish

High and Dry in the Mojave

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Gays and Sept. 11

by John Troyer

Sharon the Merciless and Arafat the Corrupt

by Robert Fisk The Independent Jerusalem

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by Wayne Madsen In Paris

A Journey to Beit Jalla

by Yigal Bronner

The New United States of Israel

by Sam Bahour

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by Alexander Cockburn

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by CounterPunch Wire

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by Arundhati Roy

A Peek Inside Colin Powell’s Personal Diary

by Bernard Weiner

Subterranean Mini-Nuke Blues

by Carol Norris

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by Jeffrey St. Clair

Why We Refuse to Fight

by Rami Kaplan

Big Food/Tobacco/Booze Lobbyist Attacks “Mad Cow USA” and Author

by John Stauber

Rep. Dick Armey Calls for Ethnic Cleansing of Palestinians

by CounterPunch Wire

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by Jeffrey St. Clair

NAS Suppresses Public Documents on Chem/Bio Weapons

by Edward Hammond

What is to be Done about French Elections?

by Alain Badiou, Natasha Michel, Sylvain Lazarus

The Battle of Jenin as Inter-Ethnic War

by Baruch Kimmerling

Extreme Solutions

by Alexander Cockburn

Before There Was Terrorism

by Kathleen Christison

Inside Gaza

by Kristen Schurr

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