April 2005

Anti-Semitism or Ultra-Semitism?

by M. JUNAID ALAM

Feeding Tubes and the SAT

by HUNTER GREER

Greenwashing Nuclear Power

by LUKE BROTHERS

Rice in Colombia

by W. JOHN GREEN

War, Aid and Public Relations

by NORMAN SOLOMON

The New Assault on Women’s Rights

by SHARON SMITH

The Bush Budget and Constitutional Protected Tax Havens

by JACKIE CORR

Republican Dole Drums; Democrats in Doldrums

by NIRANJAN RAMAKRISHNAN

Bush’s Torture Tort Reform

by DAVE LINDORFF

Nicaragua on a Dollar a Day…Forever?

by TONI SOLO

Why I’m Not Standing with the Gringo Vigilantes

by GREG MOSES

Abu Ghraib One Year Later

by KEVIN ZEESE

George Will Revises the Vietnam War

by WERTHER

Abramoff Used DeLay to Fund Anti-Intifada Militia

by JOSHUA FRANK

Pope Ratzo and the Hucksters of Death

by JOHN ROSS

The Fight to Save the Cache River Swamps

by MARK DONHAM

L’Affair Bolton

by RAY McGOVERN

Bush’s Iraq Poker Game

by Col. DAN SMITH

The French are At It Again

by DIANA JOHNSTONE

John Bolton: the Undiplomatic Diplomat

by GARY LEUPP

Legalizing Law Enforcement in the South Texas Drug Wars

by GREG MOSES

Sex Trumps Torture and Murder

by DAVE LINDORFF

The Perversions of Daniel Okrent

by ALISON WEIR

Magic of the Yellow Emperor

by ALEVTINA REA

The Strong Life of Dave Yettaw

by LEE SUSTAR

Pope of Fear and Centralized Power?

by LEONARDO BOFF

The Persecution of Mordechai Vanunu

by URI AVNERY

Horowitz’s Gang Smears the Dead

by JOSHUA FRANK

The Anti-Japanese Demonstrations in China

by GARY LEUPP

Time’s Buried Hitler Cover

by ALEXANDER COCKBURN

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