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Recent Bush Watch Features

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Specials: "Surge" Reaction (80+ headlines), Iraqi Oil, Iran War, Somalia War, Jewish Lobby, Democray Now!, Bush Watch compilations

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The Bush "Surge": Bush and Neocons "willing to see more Americans killed" to save reps, Walter C. Uhler
Sexual Innuendo Edition: The Bush "Surge" Plan, Garlic Inerviews
"Surge" Op-Eds: Politex, Weiner, Ostroy, Velvel
It Really Was About Oil:
Bush Surge Aimed at Securing Iraqi Oil, Chris Floyd
The Manly Thing: The Seventies, Then and Now, Kent Southard
Should The Dem Party Be Eradicated? Dem Survey Suggests Party's Backing Dictator Bush, NYT Ed Shows Concern, by Politex, Parry, NYT Ed
Screw We The People: Bush Plan To Escalate Lost War = More War Dead (excerpt), Frank Rich
Op-Eds: Froomkin, Wokusch, Lendman, Jenkins, Uhler, Elich, Taylor, Hirschhorn, Hall, Ireland, Velvel, Kane
Marketing That Troop Surge In Iraq, Jerry Politex
Top Cultural Experiences: My Personal Best List of 2006, Jerry "Politex" Barrett
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News Roundup

Follow the money: Why the US is not leaving Iraq , Hossein
Bush's Iraq plan: reading between the lies, Cordesman
Stem cell bill sails through House towards Bush veto, Kirkpatrick
It's time for the Medicare drug program to stop pandering to Big Pharma, Ed
Pork, peanut butter and security, Ed
Secure your computer: 11% of all computers online are 'zombies', Ed
Schwarzenegger,other state leaders cross party lines to get things done, Steinhauer
Bush's ' secret war room' to process evidence (gained by torture) against Qaeda, Johnston and Lewis
Five years on, a look at life inside Guantanamo, BBC
In pictures: worldwide protests call for Guantanamo prison closure, BBC
State Farm Ordered to Pay Punitive Damages in Katrina Case, Lee+Hall
Gates Foundation may shift investments to ethical stocks, Bosley
Dubya Library Plans Marked By Strong-Arm Tactics, Document Theft, WFAA-TV
Afghan, NATO forces kill up to 150 militants, MET
Because of Bush, China, others cracking down on reformers, Dorning + Madhani
John Negroponte, Latin America’s Real “Mr. Danger”, COHA
Warming (Animation), Mark Fiore
Corrected Headline: Arstrikes Continue in Somalia, Pentagon Admits "Limited Involvement", McClatchy
Specials: "Surge" Reaction (80+ headlines), Iraqi Oil, Iran War, Somalia War, Jewish Lobby, Democray Now!, Bush Watch compilations

AFP - Wire stories

Rocket attack on US embassy in Athens
Democrats, Republicans in Congress oppose Bush's Iraq plan
State of emergency in Bangladesh, polls postponed
Rice to head to Middle East with Iran in her sights
ASEAN agrees deals on summit's eve
Germany slashes chronic overspending, says finance minister
Oil prices rebound above 52 dollars

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Special: Iraq's Oil

The "Surge" to screw Iraq out of its oil, Mazza
Bodies and Barrels , Behan
Iraqi regime set to hand over oil reserves to US energy giants, Uruknet
Surging toward the holy oil grail on Iraq, Asia Times

Special: Bush's War Wih Iran

Bush's tough tactics are a 'declaration of war' on Iran, Penketh
US arrests 5 in raid on Iran consulate, DT
U.S. Raids in Northern Iraq Nab Several Iranians , Landay+Youssef
Infuriating our Kurdish allies, G.I. raid waves red flag at Iranian bull, Glanz
Is Bush planning an expansion of the war across Iraq's borders, Editors
Biden to Condi: don't mess with Iran, Shanker and Cloud
The Arab world must be careful not to get trapped between Israel and Iran, Hassan Nafaa
The plan for economic strangulation of Iran, Dr. Bakhtiar
A new Congress? Not when it comes to Iran, Frank
Putting the Squeeze on Iran, Hirsh

Special: U.S. in Somalia

Somalia: How Deeply Is U.S. Involved?, Nordland/Albadri
U.S. Troops Went Into Somalia After Raid, Stephanie McCrummen
Somalia: civilian deaths and missed Al-Quaeda target, Sengupta

Special: Jewish Lobby Watch

Carter's inconvenient truths , Roberts
Jimmy Carter loses board members for daring to criticize Israeli aggression, Goodman
Dershowitz seeks to grill ex-president Carter on Israel book, Reuters
Dershowitz will ask Carter "a question" during Brandeis Forum (numerous readers' comments follow story), NYT

Special: On Bush's "Surge" Plan (80+ Headlines)

New York Times

Condoleeza's troop surge aria flops in Congress; Biden says don't mess with Iran, Shanker and Cloud
Maliki doesn't comment on 'surge'; his spokesman just wants us to get out, Burns and Tavernise
Mad poodle, Tony Blair chained: Brits plan to reduce Iraq troop levels, Cowell
Gen. Shinseki was right all along, Shanker
Anti-Americanism spreads: U.S. embassy in Athens hit by rocket attack, Caravassa
Bush speaks and weary soldiers politely refrain from booing , Stolberg
Pennsylvania's ex-conservatives say Bush's plan will make things worse, Urbina
Bushco will never release its grip on what Cheney called 'the great prize', Iraq, Rutenberg,Sanger,Gordon

Los Angeles Times

In both parties, doubts cloud Bush's Iraq plan, Paul Richter
Military families must reset clock, Stephanie Simon
It may be too late to secure Baghdad's mix, Solomon Moore
Mideast shaking its head, Megan K. Stack
Iraqis not ready to lay down arms, Molly Hennessy-Fiske

CBS News

Poll: Americans Not Swayed By Iraq Plan, CBS
Iraq Plan Draws Criticism, Mockery On Hill, CBS/AP
GOP Leader Threatens Filibuster On Iraq, AP
'08 Candidates Weigh In On Troop Increase, AP
Bush Plan Meets With Global Skepticism, CBS/AP
A President Alone, Meyer
Democrats Must Be Bold And Stop Surge, Berman/The Nation

Washington Post

Bush's Iraq Plan Meets Skepticism On Capitol Hill, Michael Abramowitz and Jonathan Weisman
U.S. Unit Patrolling Baghdad Sees Flaws in Bush Strategy, Sudarsan Raghavan
At Fort Benning, a Quiet Response to a Presidential Visit, Peter Baker
Rice Seeks Backing Abroad for Iraq Plan, Glenn Kessler

Boston Globe

Many doubt increase will stem violence, Bender
Bush's refusal to face reality, ED
'Now is the time to act', says Bush, Kranish + Bender

American Prospect

Text of an email sent to the families National Guardsmen regarding their Iraq tour extensions, Meyerson
America's president and Iraq's prime minister both rule their country by tending their bases, Kurlantzick

San Francisco Chronicle

Congress and the war, Editorial
Hundreds around Bay Area protest Iraq war escalation, Matthai Kuruvila


US House passes Democratic bill backing embryonic stem cell research, BBC
At-a-glance: New strategy for Iraq, BBC
Iraqis react to US troop increase, BBC
US Iraq raid draws Iranian anger, BBC
Condoleezza Rice says Iraqi PM is living on 'borrowed time', BBC


Isolated Bush and Rice face rebellion over Iraq, MacAskill & Borger
The new plan: fight the Mahdi army toe to toe, hope Iraqi army holds, MacAskill
Democrats threaten to starve strategy of a war chest, Goldenberg
There is no military solution for lose-lose Iraq, only a political one, Steele
Fears of Shia backlash against US hardline tactics, Norton-Taylor
Bush's back up plan: Blame Iran: US troops to Iran is on the table, Tisdall
When hawks cry for heroic war dead: crocodile tears, Bell


Dems and Repugs savage stony-faced Rice on Capitol Hill, Cornwell
The utter cynicism behind Bush's plan: Spread the blame around, Editorial

Der Spiegel

Bush's Iraq Stratagey: More Blood, More Money, More Doubts, Mascolo


Ignominious retreat only move left if surge fails, Bruce
Final gamble to stabilise country leaves Bush 'standing alone', Bruce/Settle
Bush's honesty should put the fear of death in us, Rowat


Russian Official Criticizes Bush Over Latest Initiative on Iraq, MosNews

Democracy Now

"I'm Scared Out of My Mind" - Live From Iraq, Active Duty Army Sgt. Speaks Out Against War Escalation, Goodman
As Bush Commits More Troops to Iraq, UFPJ Calls For March on Washington to End War, Goodman
Iraqi-American in Najaf: More U.S. Troops Will Result in More Resistance, Goodman


Playing right into Al-Sadr's hands , Macgregor


Analysis: Bush speech falls flat in Europe, Nicola
Analysis: Surge to be a gradual increase, Hess
Bush plan refers to 'gated' Baghdad areas, UPI


A Not-So-New Way Forward, Wolffe


Distracting Congress from the Real War Plan, Roberts


It was 40 years ago today ... Did Bush Plagiarize LBJ's Speech?, Bunch

Consortium News

Bush May Doom GOP Candidates in '08, Eland
The U.S.-Iran-Iraq-Israeli-Syrian War, Parry
Pundits No, Everyday Citizens Yes, MacElveen


The Architect of Mr. Bush's Plan, Leopold
Escalating War in Iraq Sends Wrong Message, Speaker Pelosi
The Headless Horseman of the Apocalypse, Solomon
Bush's Speech Sets Stage for Showdown With Congress, Renner

Muslim American Society

Ending The Bush "Mistake" in Iraq, Ramey

Times Online

Response to surge: 'We will send them back in body bags', Farrell
US has ignored seven clear pointers to failure: beware Al-Maliki, Brown

Online Journal

To the People of Iraq: Now I get it. This war is all your fault., Stone
The voice of the people, Doman
Federalism: A solution more for Israel than for Iraq, Nasser

Tom Paine

Bush Channels Nixon, Dreyfuss
'Hell, No' To The Surge, Poole

Arab News

Bush mesmerized by Fantasy, Editorial
March of Folly Into the Graveyard of Iraq, Robert Fisk

Common Dreams

Stephen Zunes:
Bush's Iraq Speech Annotated
Robert Fisk:
Bush's New Strategy - The March of Folly
Chris Cooper:
Bullets Can Harm You And Death Can Disarm You
William Hartung:
Bush's Rx for More War
Robert C. Byrd:
Enough Time Has Been Wasted, Mr. President. Enough!
Bill C. Davis:
The Strategy of Atonement
Yifat Susskind:
Beyond the Surge: Demanding an End to Bush's War
Rev. Bob Edgar:
History Always Teaches, But Not Everyone Learns

Today's Alternative Special

Democracy Now

"I'm Scared Out of My Mind": Army Sgt. Speaks Out Against War Escalation, Goodman
As Bush Commits More Troops to Iraq, UFPJ Calls For March on Washington to End War, Goodman
Iraqi-American in Najaf: More U.S. Troops Will Result in More Resistance, Goodman
Torture, Suicide and Imprisonment: A Look Back at Five Years of Guantanamo, Goodman
Former Guantanamo Prisoner, Brother of Current Prisoner in Cuba to Call for Closure of Prison Camp, Goodman


United States

New York Times

Denver wins quest to host 2008 Dem Convention, Johnson and Broder

Christian Science Monitor

Bush's Iraq plan: Is it enough?, Howard LaFranchi
New race for automakers: build a better battery, Mark Clayton
The US moves to confront Iran and Syria, Scott Peterson
In officially colorblind France, blacks have a dream - and now a lobby, Susan Sachs

Boston Globe

Trapped at Guantanamo, Hoffer

Chicago Tribune

`New' plan is just repeating history, Chapman
Gates: Boost the military , Dorning + Madhani

Los Angeles Times

U.S. forces detain 6 Iranian envoys, Molly Hennessy-Fiske
Joint assault amid canals resumes, Alexandra Zavis

Seattle Post Intelligencer

Climate Change: Teach the science, Editorial
Step-up in war is felt here in big way, Mike Barber
U.S. is still in denial over global warming, Joel Connelly
U.S., Iran, Syria chided by Iraq, AP
Al-Qaida suspects survive U.S. airstrike, AP


Joe Lieberman gives the president a pass on Katrina, Isikof/Hosenball


Hybrid embryos legal; licensing deferred, UPI
Commentary: Russia revised, De Borchgrave


Protests Worldwide Mark the 5-Year Anniversary of Guantanamo, Rosenberg+Clark
Soldiers, Family Members Say They Feel the Strain, Hutchenson+Adams
House Votes to Lift Limits on Stem Cell Research, Talev


Toronto Star



US House passes Democratic bill backing embryonic stem cell research, BBC
US claims it will charge Australian detainee at Guantanamo 'soon', BBC
EU to ban imports of wild birds, BBC
Nato 'kills 150 Taleban fighters', BBC

Times Online

Britian could cut its Iraq troops by end of the year, Evans


Royal Marine fears for handover in Afghanistan, Leask
US consulate is target for Guantanamo protesters, Herald
Campaigning for closure of Guantanamo Bay, Scottish MSP's
Hunt for terror suspects goes on after US strikes in Somalia, AP


ABC, news

Latin America

Army troops prepare for crackdown, El Universal
Abuse allegations placed back on public agenda, El Universal
Oaxaca Government Wants Police Back, Prensa Latina
Mexican Family Remittances Break Record, Prensa Latina
A Tranquil Day In Oaxaca, Narco News
Health Care Organized from Below: The Zapatista Experience, Narco News
Lopez Obrador starts own TV show, BBC
Salvador, Why Celebrate Peace Agreements? Where are the 'disappeared?', Prensa Latina
Nicaragua Ortega for Humble Start, Prensa Latina
Nicaragua Joins Bolivarian Alternative, Prensa Latina
Reborn Ortega takes office praised by Chavez and Bush, Merco Press
Chavez to build Nicaraguan refinery, Al Jazeera
Peace Activists Protest Illegal US Base in Cuba, Peridico 26
President Bush is self-ambushed, Jamaica Observer
Ecuador House Pushes Correa Block, Prensa Latina
Standard and Poor's trims Venezuela credit outlook in spite of booming economy, Caribbean NN
It's All a Matter of Class Not Color, Say Brazilians. Just Another Myth!, Brazzil
Brazil Waits for Lula to Return from Holiday, Brazzil

Upside-Down World



Yukos Founder Golubev Found Dead in London -- Report, MosNews
Russia Resumes Oil Exports as Belarus Backs Off, MosNews

Radio Paris (WNN)

Der Spiegel

Berlin 'Helped CIA' With Rendition of German Citizen, Stark
Milan's Extraordinary Renditions Case: The CIA in the Dock, Mascolo/Gebauer
Reshaping the World Order with Russian Gas and Oil, Klussman

Inter Press Service

World Social Forum: 'We at the WSF Don't Have an Agenda' , Nduru
Politics-US/Iraq: Bush Isolates Himself Further , Lobe
Rights-Colombia: Constitutional Court Holds Out Hope for Displaced , Martínez
Politics: U.N. Chief Urges Bush to Close Guantanamo , Rizvi
Politics-Iran: Ratcheting up the Nuclear Ante , Bidwai
Rights: EU Urged to Fill Global Leadership Void , Lobe
Labour-UAE: Worker Friendly Laws Make a Difference , Janardhan
Nepal: Women and Children Count too, in Maoist Camps , Logan

International Herald Tribune

Middle East

Review of Arab Editorials, MET
Opening shots fired in battle for Baghdad , Asia Times
Baghdad resident: “We live in misery”, IRIN
Crimes of the Hanged Compete with the Hangman’s, Palestine Chronicle
Federalism: A Solution More for Israel than for Iraq, Palestine Chronicle
What 'surge' really means, Uruknet


Poll: Support for Kadima plummets under Olmert, Yossi Verter
Palestinian family reunification law gets two-month extension, Gideon Alon
Next year in Palestine, Bradley Burston
Chinese premier, Olmert talk about Iran, trade ties, Aluf Benn
The social and moral ills that have surfaced recently, Ze'ev Sternhell
Clinton vs. McCain: Who's really better for Israel?, Shmuel Rosner

Al Jazeera

Attacks claim many lives in Iraq, Agencies
US storms 'Iran consulate' in Arbil, Al Jazeera
Mahdi army told to disarm, Agencies
Abbas urges end to internal clashes, Al Jazeera

Arab News

A Dark 5th Anniversary, William Fisher
More Freedom of the Press Will Serve Our Country, Maha Al-Hujailan

Lebanon Daily Star

Opposition promises series of protests at 'major sites' across Lebanon, Rym Ghazal
Both Hizbullah and Israel 'broke laws of war', Iman Azzi
Bush admits mistakes in the past but signs on for more in the future, Editorial

Arrogant and deaf to history, the American imperial moment already appears short-lived, Ayman El-Amir
Sanity's last call for Bush, Ramzy Baroud
Nothing resolved by Saddam's execution, Salah Hemeid
The execution of Saddam was the assassination of a nation that buried many secrets, Jailan Halawi
Still living hell in Iraq, Nermeen Al-Mufti
Saddam Hussein retains in death the power to animate and divide, Galal Nassar
Ethiopian invasion, American bombing: What's really going on on Somalia?, Gamal Nkrumah
Deteriorating relations between Fatah and Hamas could lead to war, Khaled Amayreh
A state with temporary borders would spell the end of the Palestinian cause and rights, Mustafa Barghouti
Senior Fatah leader: Hamas must moderate its position, Erica Silverman
Is the Islamic veil turning into a militant gesture?, Gihan Shahine
The Muslim Brotherhood must be incorporated within the political process, Amr Elchoubaki


Daily Times

Pakistan lost most journalists in Southeast Asia, DT
China hints at threat of Qaeda-style group, DT
Musharraf as general can be re-elected president, DT
UN withdraws aid for Bangladesh election , DT


Balochistan refugee camps to close, Dawn
Militants attacked in North Waziristan, Dawn
Rising crime worries Musharraf, Syed Irfan Raza
Bangladesh president quits, Dawn


China Surpasses Japan As Biggest Vehicle Market After US, International Herald Tribune
Israeli PM Buoyed by China Visit , BBC News
China Becomes No. 2 Vehicle Market , China Daily
China Opposes UNSC Intervention in Myanmar, Zee News
China's Top 10 M&A Moves in 2006, Asia Times

The Hindu, news
Asia Times, opinion


All Africa

Security Council Stresses Need for Political Dialogue And Increased Aid for Somalia, UN News
Secretary-General Ban Calls for More Diplomatic Efforts in Somalia, UN News
Somalia: U.S. Raids Missed Al Qaeda Target, E. Africa Standard/Reuters

Mail and Guardian


Consortium News

How Ollie North Helped Ortega Win, Parry

Online Journal

Scaramella link to Bush's CIA Miami operations, Madsen


"Wacky Weather" Is Deadly Global Heating, Barry
Study: 744,000 Are Homeless in US, Ohlemacher/AP

Drug Corp Watch

Arthritis, Rheumatism Cost U.S. $128B , Daniel Yee
Surgeon Uses Dog in Sales Demonstration , M.R. Kropko
Public Has Right To Know Secrets Revealed In Zyprexa Documents, Evelyn Pringle
New Mexico Media Outlets Peddle Pseudoscience for State Department of Health, Ken Stoller
Drug Bill Demonstrates Lobby's Pull, R. Jeffrey Smith and Jeffrey H. Birnbaum
The Holy Grail of Giant Pharma, C R Sridhar
Parents Fights to Save 9-year-old Girls from Mandatory HPV Vaccinations, Ben Kage
Report Shows Public Think Pharma ‘Puts Profits Before Patients', Anna Lewcock
FDA Wins Deal on Drug Fees, Bloomberg News
Representative Urges FDA to Reject Animal Drug , Farm Futures
FDA Runs Protection Racket for Big Pharma, Evelyn Pringle
Drug-Eluting Stents: What Is the Real Risk?, Peggy Peck

The Nation, opinion
Raw Story, news
Salon, opinion
Information Clearing House, opinion
Mother Jones, opinion
Alternet, opinion
Working For Change, opinion
Tom Paine, opinion
Democracy Now !, news
Daily Kos, opinion
In These Times, opinion
Huffington Post, news
Crooks and Liars, audio/video


25 Selected Columnists

Common Dreams

Amy Goodman:
Global Warming, Warring and Warning
Kathy Kelly:
Refugee Dreams
Melissa Hoffer:
Trapped at Guantanamo

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