August 2004

A Midtown Hiroshima?

"Sorry, Sir, Some Readers May Find Your Book Inflammatory"

Kerry and Bolivia: To the Right of Bush?

After the Venezuela Referendum

Patti Smith, Another Take

The Death of American Politics

An Interview with Mordechai Vanunu

Israel and the American Elections

An Open Letter to Patti Smith

Mexico Fiercely Opposes the Iraq War, But Mexicans Are Dying There Every Week

An Open Letter in Support of the Presbyterian Church’s Decision to Divest from Israel

No to Recall; Yes to Democracy

Opportunity from Misfortune

Dafuris Made Pawns in Western Power Play for Oil?

Iran Through an Iraqi Mirror

The Importance of Hugo Chávez

Theater of the Absurd

A Culture of Waste

Rumsfeld and Scalia’s Pre-emptive Strike on the Rule of Law

Crushes Opposition in Referendum

The Attack on Najaf

Nuclear Disarmament in a Time of Globalization

The War on the Poor

The McGreevey Scandal

The Trouble in Najaf

Confronting Capitalism

60 Days Later, Promises Still Unfulfilled

Can She be an Impartial Observer of Venezuela’s Referendum?

Medical Board Should See Her Patients’ Files, Says Dr. Marian Fry

Legalize It!

Olympic Sized Horror in Greece

Subvert Democracy in the Name of Democracy

Military Families File "Stop Loss" Suit

Or: Would You Like Some Fries with Your Black Mask?

Chavez Could Teach US Leaders a Thing or Two About Winning Votes

A29 Could be a Very Slow Day

Warrant for Dirty War President Rebuffed by Court, Military and One-time Ruling Party

How Could the US Ever Be Considered a "Terrorist" State?

Ooops, Chavez Does It Again!

The Referendum on Chávez is Only a Preview of Bigger Battles to Come

The Media and Venezuela

Democracy and Venezuela

Gaza Stripped

Press Freedom, Censorship and the War on Terror

Success, Spirituality and Eternal Youth

The Civilizing Mission

Kerry’s "Energy Plan"

Is Enrique Mendoza Off His Rocker?

Bush Ignited This Insurgency, Not al-Sadr

Seeing Through the Other Side’s Eyes