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May 1-15, 2004
May 14, 2004
War, the God That Failed by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Leaking self-doubt by Brendan O'Neill
May 13, 2004
Cold Turkey by Kurt Vonnegut
Fear for Sale by Greg Palast
May 12, 2004
Collectivism Begins In Your Neighborhood by Butler Shaffer
Genital Torture For Dummies by Mark Morford
"Hey, it's a war -- what did you expect, flowers and bunnies and hopscotch in the Baghdad streets?"
A Time for Truth by Patrick J. Buchanan
May 11, 2004
The Tragedy of Iraq by Joseph Sobran
"And so, as the tragedy of the Iraq war deepens, Americans- the ones who count, anyway- see no tragedy, least of all a tragedy of their own making. They see only villainy frustrating their designs."
Kerry on Israel: Me Too by Catherine Cook
May 10, 2004
Mickey Mouse With a Machine Gun by Rodger Jacobs
'Patriot' games by Alan Bock
"Mend it or end it? A better question is why Bush wants to make the Patriot Act an election issue"
May 9, 2004
Live by the Spin, Die by the Spin by Christopher Deliso
Bush gets job review on Iraq by Michael Paul Williams
May 7, 2004
What should Bush do?
Between Iraq and a Hard Place by Butler Shaffer
May 6, 2004
THE POINT OF NO RETURN by Mike Rivero
Iraq’s WMD Factory by William S. Lind
May 2, 2004
Blood Remains On the Hands by Jimmy Breslin
Sleepwalking to Fallujah by Joseph Bageant
Milk Duds, Melted by charly hardman
May 1, 2004 May Day
Stupid Leaders, Useless Spies, Angry World by Alexander Cockburn
President needs to open eyes to deaths occurring in Iraq