April 2004

A CNN/CIA Scenario

by GRAEME GREENBACK

Iraq, the US and an Old Lesson

by WILLIAM LOREN KATZ

Congressman Know-Nothing

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

We Are the Barbarians

by M. JUNAID ALAM

Seeking the Evil One

by JOHN CHUCKMAN

Advancing Theories

by WENDY BRINKER

Flag-Draped Coffins and the Seattle Times

by MIKE WHITNEY

Rwanda and the F***** Word

by TOM MOUNTAIN

The Dirty Work of Canadian Intelligence

by FAISAL KUTTY

The War Comes Home

by TRACY MCLELLAN

The Empire in Denial and the Denial of Empire

by SAUL LANDAU

Terrorist Threats and Political Gain

by BRUCE SCHNEIER

The Day I Was Asked to Feed an Elephant

by WALT BRASCH

An Appointment of Shock and Awe

by DAVE LINDORFF

The Empire in Denial and the Denial of Empire

by SAUL LANDAU

The Colombia Three Acquitted

by JAMES DAVIS

British Military Resisting Call for More Forces to Aid Americans in Iraq

by PATRICK COCKBURN And KIM SENGUPTA

Protest, Rebellion, Commitment: Then and Now

by GROVER FURR

Bremer’s De-De-Ba’athification Gambit

by GREG MOSES

Anarchy in Our Souls

by GILA SVIRSKY

Lies, Lies and More Lies

by ELAINE CASSEL

The US May Take the Place of the USSR as the Latest Failed Superpower

by WAYNE MADSEN

US Troops Threaten to Enter Najaf

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Inspired by Pat Tillman?

by MICKEY Z.

Vanunu and the Terrible Secret

by URI AVNERY

A General, GM and the Army’s Latest Tank

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

The CIA Killed Pat Tillman

by KURT NIMMO

Another Case Study: Mary Robinson

by ROBERT FISK

Iraq and the American Borg

by NELSON VALDES

Israel, Palestine and Bush

by Col. DAN SMITH

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