May 2004

"Go Get Yourself Some Democracy!"

by GREGORY R. WEIHER

Bad Apples in a Bad Barrel

by STEPHEN GOWANS

The Long Shadow of CIA Torture Research

by ALFRED W. McCOY

The New War on "Terror"

by WILL POTTER

The Logical Outcome of Bush’s War for Democracy?

by SAUL LANDAU

Don’t Let Bush Destroy Another Piece of Iraqi History

by Dr. SUSAN BLOCK

Is L-Wop Truly Forever? The Awful Injustice to Tai Abreu

by BRUCE ANDERSON

Made in the USA

by KURT NIMMO

Jung Meets Bush

by ERIK CUMMINGS

The Approach May be Exotic, But It’s Hardly New

by TOM GORMAN

60 Years is Enough

by MICKEY Z.

Questions, Questions, Questions

by DOUGLAS VALENTINE

Get Ready for Kerry’s War

by DAVID VEST

What the Times Did was Bad; What It Didn’t Do was Worse

by JON BROWN

Dave Brubeck on the Hypocrisy War in the Name of Freedom

by LEE BALLINGER And DAVE MARSH

a Found Poem

by JANINE POMMY VEGA

An Interview with Eddie Mustafa Muhammad

by DAVE ZIRIN

An Interview with Sasan Fayazmanesh

by KIA KOJOURI

They Fiddled While Nero Got the Matches

by BEN TRIPP

The Secrets of Surveillance

by ELAINE CASSEL

On Their Way to Abu Ghraib

by MIKE FERNER

A War Crimes Avoidance Strategy

by PATRICK B. BARR

The Press Left the Courtroom When the Defense Began Its Case…as if on Command

by RAFAEL RODRIGUEZ CRUZ

40 Years After

by NIRANJAN RAMAKRISHNAN

Bush’s Cruel New Rules on Cuba

by Rep. BILL DELAHUNT

Chalabi Baba and the 40 Thieves

by PAUL McGEOUGH

"Maybe We Did Screw Up…a Little"

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

Major "Liberal" Outlets Clog Media Diets

by NORMAN SOLOMON

Bush’s Misleading Pledge to Destroy Abu Ghraib

by GREG MOSES

Dissing Independent Contractors

by DAVE LINDORFF

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