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  • Bush and Al-Jazeera

    Thought I’d post a little round up regarding Bush’s desire to bomb Al-Jazeera. There’s the original story at the Daily Mirror. Then there is Booman Tribune’s excellent and very detailed history of the Bush administration’s dealings with Al-Jazeera. It ain’t purdy and it paints a picture in which the Mirror article sure seems realistic. Next […]

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  • Potential of solar power

    A most viable alternative energy solution – solar power “Installing solar energy on your roof is one of the most meaningful steps an individual can take to reduce our reliance on foreign sources of energy and help declare energy independence,” EnergyBiz Insider cites Rhone Resch, Solar Energy Industries Association President, as stating. “With the new […]

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  • White House Stolen in 2004

    Writing for The Free Press, Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman discuss the recent Government Accountability Office report that seems to confirm stolen elections in 2004: As a legal noose appears to be tightening around the Bush/Cheney/Rove inner circle, a shocking government report shows the floor under the legitimacy of their alleged election to the White […]

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  • Of Torture and Dictatorship

    Jonathan over at Irregular Times has been doing a fantastic job keeping on top of the Senate’s support of torture and dictatorship. Welcome to the New America. Pentagon Bans Torture, Torture to Continue Conspicuously, the ban on torture does not apply to agents of the American government who work with the Pentagon. The CIA, for […]

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  • Peak Oil round up

    Seems that the reality of peak oil continues to seep into the media and of course this is good news though I’m fairly certain this is far too little, too late. In terms of our coming energy crisis and the interconnected problem of climate change, we’ve already passed the point of prevention. We ignored the […]