October 2005

Judy and Holofernes

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Chickens Come Home to Roost on Cheney

by RAY McGOVERN

Millions of Workers Would Lose Pay and Protections Under Minimum Wage Proposal

by ROSS EISENBREY

Prosecuting Bush in Canada for Torture

by JUSTINE DAVIDSON

Attack Syria? Invade Iran?

by JEREMY BRECHER

James McMurtry Makes It in Dayton

by RANDY SHIELDS

The Scandalous History of the Red Cross

by JOE ALLEN

Was the Iraqi Constitution Vote Fixed?

by KEVIN ZEESE

Defiant Saddam Refuses to Recognize Court

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Koizumi and the Rape of Nanking

by CHRISTOPHER REED

"None of Us Have the Right to Avert Our Gaze"

by RALPH NADER

Multicultural Columbus

by SCOTT RICHARD LYONS

Saddam on Trial

by PATRICK COCKBURN

The Wrong Operative in Charge?

by CHET RICHARDS

Bush and Avian Flu

by STEPHEN SOLDZ

A Divided Iraq

by PATRICK COCKBURN

A New New Orleans

by RALPH NADER

A Tale of Two Cities: From DC to Toledo

by KEEANGA-YAMAHTTA TAYLOR

Still Radical After All These Years

by THOMAS P. HEALY

Merle Haggard: "Let’s Get Out of Iraq"

by CHET FLIPPO

Judy Miller Goes Down in Flames…er…Plames

by DAVE LINDORFF

Reflections on the Antiwar Movement

by VIRGINIA RODINO

The Sorrows of Haiti

by STEPHEN LENDMAN

The Catholic Church and the US Flag

by RON JACOBS

Spinoza and the the Black Limos

by PETER LINEBAUGH

Judith Miller, the Fourth Estate and the Warfare State

by NORMAN SOLOMON

Iraq Constitution Passes, Amid Fragmented Sunnis

by PATRICK COCKBURN In Baghdad And KIM SENGUPTA In Basra The Independent

Miller’s Confession

by MIKE WHITNEY

Torture and Misery in the Name of Freedom

by HAROLD PINTER

Exposing Grave Moral Distortions

by NEVE GORDON

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