December 2003

The Occupation is Damned

by ROBERT FISK

Bogus Terror Threats and Bush’s Police State

by KURT NIMMO

This Isn’t an Independent Investigation

by RAY McGOVERN

War, Race and Elections

by STAN GOFF

A Great Year Ebbed, Another Ahead: So, Count Our Blessings

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Mad Cows and "Downer" George

by MIKE WHITNEY

Christmas in Lebanon

by ANNIE C. HIGGINS

Time Runs Out for the Everglades

by ALAN FARAGO

Inside Big Meat

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

From GloFish to Frankenfish

by DAN BACHER

Criticism of Israel is Not Anti-Semitism

by MICHAEL NEUMANN

Whatever Happened to Peace on Earth?

by WILLIE NELSON

Media Omissions in Colombia’s War

by PHILLIP CRYAN

The Politics of Fear and Blood

by DAVE LINDORFF

Israel’s Conscientious Objectors

by URI AVNERY

Catellus Development, the Next Octopus?

by RICHARD TRAINOR

The Washington Post in the Dock?

by MARK HAND

Mad Cows and the Market

by SETH SANDRONSKY

Iraq Through the American Looking Glass

by ROBERT FISK The Independent

The Bad Guys We Once Thought Good

by SCOTT BURCHILL

Iraq at the End of the Year

by SAUL LANDAU

Crumblecake and Fish

by ADAM ENGEL

The Unpardonable Lenny Bruce

by NORMAN SOLOMON

an Interview with David Meggysey

by DAVE ZIRIN

Bush Doings

by GARY LEUPP

Cratched Does California

by RON JACOBS

A Better World

by KATHY KELLY

a Review of Lord of the Rings

by SUSAN DAVIS

Act Now to Save the Constitution

by BRIAN J. FOLEY

a Journey into Rupert Murdoch’s Soul

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

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