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  • No more delays: Resolution of Inquiry

    Kevin Zeese and Ralph Nader write about The Growing Case for a Resolution of Inquiry: Article II, Section 4 of the United States Constitution: “The President, Vice President, and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.” […]

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  • In Support of a Resolution of Inquiry

    Excellent: After Downing Street Dot Org – In Support of a Resolution of Inquiry. I’m watching John Bonifaz, founder of the above site, on CSpan’s replay of today’s meeting on the DSM. Damn…. damn, damn. I’m glad this guy is on our side. Damn. Update: I wanted to add a link to John Conyers Letter […]

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  • The International Criminal Court and Blair/Bush

    Over at Informed Comment you’ll find excellent commentary by Amy Ross regarding the ICC and Blair/Bush: “Regarding accountability and the ICC: It does seem that the Blair administration was much more cognizant of the potential conflict with the ICC. Indeed the prominent British human rights lawyer Cherie Booth (aka Mrs. Blair) wrote in an essay […]

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  • The Downing Street Memo Resource Site

    For those that want to know more, there is a site dedicated to The Downing Street Memo: The Downing Street “Memo” is actually a document containing meeting minutes transcribed during the British Prime Minister’s meeting on July 23, 2002—a full eight months PRIOR to the invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003. The Times of […]

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  • Bush and Blair War Games

    Slowly the truth claws its way out of the deeply dug grave. Juan Cole has an interesting post regarding yet another Bush/Blair/Iraq document being reported on by the London Times. Bush and Blair Committed to War in April, 2002Leaked Cabinet Briefing Shows British Knew War was Illegal The London Times has dropped another bombshell document […]

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  • Casualties in Iraq

    U.S. Military DeathsFirst 14 months: 740Second 14 months: 958Source U.S. Military WoundedOfficial: 12,762Est: 15,000 – 38,000Source Iraqi Civilian Deaths 22,191 – 25,178 “We are not a news organization ourselves and like everyone else can only base our information on what has been reported so far. What we are attempting to provide is a credible compilation […]

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  • How much Oil are you eating?

    Ianqui over at the Oil Drum provides a nice introduction to Our oil-laden food chain: Just to get started, according to this estimate, the food production system uses 17% of all of the fossil fuel consumed in the US. When it comes to diet and oil I have two suggestions. First, I’d like to encourage […]

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  • Clueless about our energy crisis

    James Kunstler continues to write the most cutting and accurate articles regarding oil and world energy. Here are a few choice nuggets from his most recent, Still Clueless: Cluelessness over the the world energy / economic predicament fogs the public discussion more than ever as we approach summer. The New York Times ran a big […]

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  • Bush is a Sith Lord

    Over at CounterPunch Paul Craig Roberts asks: Is Bush a Sith Lord? The answer, of course, is yes. I’ve wanted to write something like this for a long while. No need since Roberts has done such a fine job. Officially the U.S. claims to be a democratic republic but in truth, with each passing day […]