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  • Oil: Venezuela and Nigeria

    CNN/AP reports that Chavez is threatening to cut off oil to U.S.. Given the arrogance of the Bush administration and the stupidity of statements such these by Condoleezza Rice I know I would do this same were I in his shoes. I’m about fucking tired of Bush and the other war criminals vomiting declarations of […]

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  • New Abu Ghraib Photos

    The folks at Irregular Times have posted the recently released Abu Ghraib photos What America Hath Wrought: Since it appears that the American news media is going to continue to patronize us and decide what is best for us to see and not to see, we’ll have to do an end run around the media […]

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  • Top Ten Ways Iraq is like Harry Whittington

    This is too good to pass up. Yes, another Cheney shooter post. This on from Jaun Cole at Informed Comment: 1. Cheney attacked secular Iraq, mistaking it for an ally of Usamah Bin Laden. Cheney attacked Harry Whittington, mistaking him for a small bird. 2. Iraq has been peppered with Cheney’s munitions. Whittington has been […]

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  • Freedom or Fascism?

    I’ve been working my way through the archives of Where We’re Bound for transfer here to the new blog and I’ve come across the first post of several that I will be posting again as a fresh entry. Back in 2003 Mark Anderson of the American Sentimentalist posted an excellent series of articles titled An […]

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  • Creating The Modern “EcoHood”

    Susan DeFreitas of E Magazine has an article covering an inspiring city-based permaculture project: EcoHood, n: permaculture retrofit of a mid- to low-income neighborhood with a high potential for ecological sustainability. What’s wrong with the 1960s vision of moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle by growing your own food and raising kids with a few […]