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Recent Bush Watch Features

Clueless: Bush Knows Little About The State Of The Union, Tarri Hall
Addendum: Hey, What About Books?, Jerry Politex
Specials: Bloody Oil, Dictator Bush, Hillary, etc., Get Carter, Counterpunch, Bush Watch compilations

Sick Puppy Watch: Bush's Idea Of "Sacrifice" for Iraq War: Watching TV, PBS News Transcript
Sacrifice? How The American People Will Pay For Bush's Ego-Driven Fantasy (excerpt), Paul Krugman
American Idol: Don't You Wish You Had A President, Just Like Me? Jerry Politex
Birthright: Fantasy Life In The 'Burbs and In Bush, Kent Southard
Op-Eds: Fisher, Partridge, Wokusch, Miller, Pringle, Fisher, Collins, Ostroy, Jones, Weiner, Kane
The Bush 1% "Surge" Economic snapshot for January, 2007, Christian E. Weller
Patriot McCain? Two Reasons More Americans Will Die In Iraq:
Republicans and Democrats (excerpts)
, Frank Rich

Bush "Surge" Speech: Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd, with Jerry Politex
Politex News Wire: The U.S. War Against Iran (edited news), Dan Froomkin
Analysis: The U.S. War Against Iran, Jerry Politex
Attack On Iran: Hardball Post-Speech Transcript Redacted, Transcript and Politex
Attack On Iran: Scarborough Country' for Jan. 10, 11 p.m., Transcript

News Roundup

Trade Deficit Stubbornly Defies the Dollar’s Slide, NYT
Union address offers little cheer for Bush, Royle
The very best speechwriters can't make us trust or believe George Bush, Stolberg
On site workplace health clinics are great but can't solve our health care crisis, Ed
Unregulated hedge funds could bring on a destabilizing meltdown, Ed
Holding Bush's feet to the fire,Congress asks Al Gore to testify on global warming, Ed
If Bush could spare some money from Iraq, our dams urgently need repair, Leslie
Libby's machievellian Plame game corrupts reporter-source relations, Lewis
Is Gates a hawk with a brain or just another neocon berserker?, Cloud
Wacko Watch: Another Bush appointee has "nothing to offer anybody but [his] own confusion", Stacy Schiff
Wacko Watch: Another Hoover Institute Friend Of Bush Goes Off The Deep End, Alan Wolfe
Bush's history lesson, ED
The failure of an all-volunteer military, Bacevich
Ney Sentenced to 30 Months In Prison for Abramoff Deals , Susan Schmidt and James V. Grimaldi
Bush Orders More CIA Activity in Venezuela, Venezuelanalysis
Blair Aide Arrested in Honors Probe , Mary Jordan
Pakistan Denies It Harbors Taliban , Pamela Constable
China will force US to rethink satellite technology, Evans
China shot will make US 'get off its high horse [maybe], Brown
Social regression and flag waving of Australia's neocon prime minister, Pilger
World Social Forum: Pulling Together for a New Brazil , Osava
Nepal: Revolutionary Politics, Feudal Justice , Logan
Thailand: Junta Tightens Media Censorship , Macan-Markar
Tx.. Gv.'s talk of unity hits a sour note, as Nugent rocks ball with Confederate shirt feedback, Sandberg
Beluga Whales Faltering in Alaskan Waters, Reuters

AFP - Wire stories

70 killed in Baghdad car bomb carnage
Bush rejects timetable for pullout from Iraq
At least four killed in Mogadishu firefight
EU's Solana still hopes for pro-European coalition in Serbia
Vatican to set up China affairs body
IMF calls for 'more flexible' Chinese exchange rate
BoJ calls for regional effort to tame capital flows

Common Dreams | News & Views

Landmark UN Study Backs Climate Theory: Human Activity Causes Global Warming
U.S. Media Overlooked Major Humanitarian Stories in 2006
Doctors Issue Plea to Tony Blair to End the Scandal of Medical Shortages in t...
Blindly into Baghdad ? Again
Surge in Carbon Levels Raises Fears of Runaway Warming
Retired Generals Criticize Bush's Plan for Iraq
Democracy Languishes, but Neo-Con Strategy Lives
Sundance Opens with Call to Speak out against War



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Special: Bloody Oil

Draft Law Keeps Central Control Over Oil in Iraq, NYT
Bush 'can't' reduce oil use but 'can' send our kids to die stealing the Iraqis' supply, Wald
Congress must use its power to forge new Iraq policy despite Bush's monomania, Ed
Any way the war ends, country's forecast bleak, AP
Poll: Most think country on wrong track, AP
Senators seek support for Iraq resolution, AP


Special: Dictator Bush

Illegal Wiretaps: Dictator Bush Continues To Undermine American Values, NYT Ed
Bush Administration: Assaulting justice, Editorial
Bush's change of heart (not), ED
Unconstitutional? Laptop Search and Seizure At U.S. Ports of Entry, Wired


Special: Hillary, etc.

Bush's weakness and unpopularity fuel rush of 2008 presidential entries, Broder and Healy
I'm in - and in to win, says Hillary, Harris
The woman who would be President: Hillary declares 'I'm in', Usborne
Clinton aims to show she is tough and a bit tender, Baldwin
Hillary runs for the White House as the 'new Thatcher', Baxter
Clinton candidacy splits Israelis on ideological lines, David Machlis
She's in, but Democrats can't help worrying she won't win, Cornwell
The First Lady Candidates in 2008... and First Husband, of course, Harris


Special: Get Carter

President Carter denies his book is anti-semetic or false, Odum
Carter defends book on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, AP
First bomb Carter; Then nuke Iran! , Cockburn
Richard Perle: U.S. will attack Iran if it obtains nukes, Yossi Melman Israeli historian inciting an attack on Iran: 'This Holocaust will be different', Benny Morris
One hundred years of Jewish solitude , Atzmon


Today's Alternative Special

Counterpunch

DINO Sen. Conrad: New push for Social Security "reform" , Sandronsky
First bomb Carter; Then nuke Iran! , Cockburn
Round up the usual experts: Make them live on 50 cents a day , Goodman
One hundred years of Jewish solitude , Atzmon


Mainstream

United States

New York Times

Polish politicians distort history to facilitate a witch hunt, Osiatynski
Unreliable tests lead to false epidemics and false fears, Colata
Are middle schools counter-productive?, Gootman
Tighter passport rules for US citizens start Tuesday, Preston
As Bush burns our resources in Iraq, China develops anti-satellite weapons, Sanger and Kahn
Lebanese too terrified of Israel and too overwhelmed by damage to rebuild, Fattah
Now Iraqis disguised as Americans attack our troops: 27 weekend deaths , Cave
Storm-damaged ship spilling oil and hazardous cargo off British coast, Rosenthal

Washington Post

War's Arab Supporters Bitter Over Its Results , Anthony Shadid
Harsh Winter Has Afghans Struggling For Survival , Pamela Constable
Disguises Used in Attack on Troops , Ernesto Londoño
Elections in Serbia Appear to Put No Single Party in Control , Dusan Stojanovic
Universal Health Coverage Attracts New Support , Christopher Lee
Embattled, Bush Held To Plan to Salvage Iraq , Michael Abramowitz and Peter Baker
19 U.S. Troops Killed In Iraq , Ernesto Londoño
Hillary Clinton Opens Presidential Bid , Dan Balz
Temporary 'Enjoyment Marriages' In Vogue Again With Some Iraqis , Nancy Trejos
Labor Groups, Business Seek Immigration Law Overhaul , Krissah Williams
Casey Urges Patience in Securing Baghdad , Josh White
Outspoken Editor Is Slain in Turkey , Benjamin Harvey
High Court To Revisit Campaign Finance Law , Robert Barnes and Matthew Mosk
With Rich Little, Press Corps Is Assured a Nice Impression , Paul Farhi,

Christian Science Monitor

Counterinsurgency takes center stage in Iraq, Peter Grier
With Calderón in, a new war on Mexico's mighty drug cartels, Sara Miller Llana
Pressure builds on Blair over weapons probe, Mark Rice-Oxley
Murder of outspoken journalist tests Turkey's democratic gains, Yigal Schleifer
Mitt Romney's great trek, The Monitor's View
US House takes on Big Oil, Mark Clayton
More heat = Less oxygen, Robert C. Cowen
Do US carmakers need a jump-start?, The Monitor's View
European Court convicts Russian forces of torture in Chechnya, Tom Regan
European Court convicts Russian forces of torture in Chechnya, Tom Regan
The Kurds as Charlie Brown, Daniel Schorr
Iranians' love affair with America, Ali G. Scotten

Chicago Tribune

From now on, race is about the Clintons, Tackett
Never mind what we said about spying , Chapman
Buchwald takes an era with him , Page

Los Angeles Times

Congress plays bad cop on Iraq, Editorial
Bush's fourth quarter, Editorial
Burdened U.S. military cuts role in drug war, Josh Meyer
U.S. troops' deadly weekend, Borzou Daragahi,

San Francisco Chronicle

Bombs Kill at Least 78 People in Baghdad, AP
Lawmakers walk political tightrope trying to stop war , Marc Sandalow
Chavez to U.S. Officials: 'Go to Hell', AP

Seattle Post Intelligencer

Congress: So far so good, Editorial

McClatchy

Lawyers in Key Death Penalty States Often Fall Short, Henderson
Details Emerge of Gunmen, Posing as Soldiers, Attacking U.S. troops in Iraq, Fadel+Ali
America's Last `Long War' Offers Lessons for Iraq, Experts Say, Hutcheson
EU, Latin American Democracies Conspicuously Quiet on Cuba, Bachelet
Opposition to Iraq War Simmers in America's Heartland, Thomma

UPI

Diablo case shakes nuke industry, Lando
Eye on Iraq: The strategy of surge, Sief
Politics & Policies: Et tu Maliki?, Salhani

Canada

The Toronto Star

Troops pinned in Afghan firefight, CP
Taliban announce plan to open own schools, AP
MacKay questions West Bank barrier route, CP
13 die as U.S. helicopter crashes in Iraq, AP
U.S. reports prompt Iraqi PM to change course, AP
Historians offer dismal forecast for Iraq, AP
Tories promise grants for energy retrofits, Chinta Puxley
Iran announces new missile tests, AP
Afghan Schools for girls come out of shadows, Oakland Ross
Clinton: `I'm in, and I'm in to win', Tim Harper
Rebuilding countries, and trust, Olivia Ward
Senator Leahy knows Canada better than most Americans, Tim Harper
One year on, Harper's re-election no sure bet, James Travers
Too early to write off premier's trade mission, Ian Urquhart
Canada still lets U.S. laws apply here, Thomas Walkom
Based on their records, how can you trust any of them?, Cameron Smith
Goading Liberals, Harper-style, Bruce Campion-Smith
Tories push $1.5B in green initiatives, Allan Woods
Tory nose-stretchers, Staff
Green revolution sure to make Harper blue, Scott Reid
Oh, how things change, Whittington, Woods
Are Quebecers as `green' as they think?, Sean Gordon

CBC News

Tories announce energy efficiency plan, Staff
Tories announce $1.5-billion renewable energy plan, Staff
O'Connor promises support for Afghanistan-bound troops, Staff
Harper promised compensation 'in error,' minister says, Staff
Harper plans to send Khan on another Mideast trip: report, Staff
MacKay raises concerns over Israel's security barrier, Staff
Chavez to U.S: 'Go to hell, gringos!', AP
Abbas, Hamas fail to agree on unity government, Staff
Helicopter crash leads deadly day for U.S. in Iraq, Staff
Jordan wants peaceful nuclear program: King Abdullah, Staff
Canada funds state-of-art infectious disease lab in Kenya, Staff
All-female peacekeeping force a first for , AP

Macleans

What happened to that spring election?, Aaron Wherry
Lies, damned lies and statistics, Chris Selley
Who lurks there? Who shadows the shadows?, Aaron Wherry
Ottawa to give $30-million to 'Canada's Amazon' , Elianna Lev
Liberals throw stones in Khan affair while living in glass house, Joan Bryden
Tuesday all Canada-U.S. air travellers must have passport, Bruce Cheadle
U.S. wants Canada to take refugees from Iraq, Cuba, CP
Canada to up military punch in Afghanistan, no more infantry, Murray Brewster
U.S. envoy expects NKorean nuclear talks to restart soon, AP
State prisoners outlive people on outside, U.S. Gov. reports, AP

Globe and Mail

Tories environment plan targets homes, business, CP
Canadian troops in intense battle, CP
Iran won't bend to UN pressure: Ahmadinejad, AP
Profile: Stephane Dion, Konrad Yakabuski

England

BBC

US losses grow as first deployment of extra troops arrive in Baghdad, BBC
US suffers some of heaviest Iraq casualties in recent months , BBC
UK report criticises Guantanamo, BBC
Ex-Guantanamo Morroccans cleared of charges after 3 to 5 year detentions, BBC
Republican congressman sentenced to jail for corruption, BBC
How globalisation is changing the face of world economy, Steve Schifferes, BBC

Guardian

Nato general: we need one more year to defeat Taliban, Norton-Taylor
Blair likely to quit if aides charged in loans inquiry...maybe?, Wintour
Czechs give go-ahead for US 'son of stars wars' base, Traynor
US Freedom of the Press: Going, going,gone... Bush and Justice hostility , Huck
Global warming: the final verdict ... sooner and worse, McKie
The Democrats need a Bobby Kennedy: Could it be Obama?, Kettle
Fourth arrest in UK's Cash for Lordships scandal-- Blair's gatekeeper, White
Lost in Space: US's hypocritical reprimand to China on anti-satellite test, Williams
China and the US chase each other down the Star Wars well-worn path, Editorial

Independent

In Iraq: Ohio woman heeded America's call and it killed her, Cockburn
Net tightens around Blair as top aide arrested, held for six hours, Brown
Out of the wreckage of Iraq: insurgents and hatred. What did they expect?, Robert Fisk
Can Big Business force Bush to wake up to climate change?, Gumbel
1,500,001st victim of Armenian genocide: writer murdered in Istanbul, Robert Fisk
Opium war renews in Afghanistan: UK's exhausted troops on the line, Whitakeer
UK troops have given up in Basra; on front foot in Afghanistan, Whitaker
US troops surge into Iraq as death toll mounts, Howden
Tory leader calls for legalization of marijuana for medical purposes, Grice
Labour Party tries to intimidate the police over criminal inquiry, Editorial

Times Online

Polonium poisoner believed identified by UK police, McGrory
No Promises: European rock hit of the poetry of Auden and Yeats, Sage
Abu Deraa: Is this Iraq’s most prolific mass killer?, Swain

Sunday Herald

Hillary finally unveils presidency bid, Morris
A South African MP's campaign against government corruption touchesTony Blair, Bridgland
Four dead as gunman opens fire in Mogadishu market, Abdulle

Australia

ABC, news

Latin America

Strategy: Isolate drug lords, El Universal
System to track repeat offenses, El Universal
Free markets bring imported corn, lost domestic agriculture and high priced tortillas, El Universal
Pedophile Inc. in Mexico, Narco News
Zapatista Report About Land and Territory, Narco News
CAFTA spurs banking consolidation in Guatemala, inforpressca
World Bank bills Nicaragua US$55million to enforce neoliberal agenda, nicanet
While half the population goes hungry Honduras priority: open telecom market, HTW
Turning the tables on Washington, Cuba says US harbours terrorists, Caribbean NN
UN in Haiti accused of second massacre, HIP
Colombia's 'para-political' scandal widens, Reuters
Six die in Colombia bombing, Al Jazeera
Colombia This Week, Oxfam et al
Venezuela’s Land Reform: A Participant’s Perspective, Venezuelanalysis
By Car, Air or Foot, Brazilians Can't Escape Chaos and Crime, Brazzil
Morales Fetes First Year as prisident of Bolivia, Prensa Latina

Upside-Down World

Europe

MosNews

European HR Court Rules Russian Military Guilty of Torturing Chechens, MosNews
Chinese Ballistic Missile Tests Are Exaggerated Rumors -- Russian Defense Minister, MosNews
Tajikistan Says NATO Will Stay Until Afghanistan Is Stable, MosNews
Exiled Tycoon Says Ready to Meet Russian Poisoning Investigators, MosNews

Radio Paris (WNN)

Der Spiegel

International Herald Tribune

Middle East

Haaretz

Strategic talks with U.S. focus on Iranian threat, Aluf Benn
Israeli existence perennially questioned, Adi Schwartz
Soldier suspended for harassing Palestinians at checkpoint, Amira Hass
EU's Solana shocked at Israeli settlement growth, Reuters
Abbas, Meshal meet; no deal on unity gov't reached, Avi Issacharoff
The legal complications that mark Olmert's life create the image of a slippery politician., Sami Peretz
A U.S. presence in the Kurdish north may help create a stable, federal regime in Iraq., Michalis Firillas
Danny Rubinstein: The settler state of the West Bank, Danny Rubinstein

Ynet

Peretz: Hamas may be a partner, Hanan Greenberg
250,000 Palestinians fenced in, in enclaves, some completely cut off, Ali waked
Activist will not abandon path to peace despite daughter killed by Israeli Border Police, Ines Ehrlich
Family history, attachment to Jerusalem of Palestinian-American family, Ray Hanania
Tehran's pursuit of nuclear capabilities stems from fear, not hatred, Dror Zeevi

Jerusalem Post

A major Christian TV network on Israeli cable broadcasting missionary advertisements directed at Jews., Etgar Lefkovits
Offer Palestinians $50 billion to leave 'Judea' and 'Samaria', Matthew Wagner

Al Jazeera

Fatah-Hamas talks 'fruitful', Al Jazeera
Bus bomb hits Baghdad, Al Jazeera
Al-Sadr ends parliamentary boycott, Agencies
Iran announces missile tests, Agencies.
Egypt cracks down on 'Islamists', Al Jazeera
Taliban to open schools in areas of Afghanistan under their control, Agencies

Arab News

Bad Day for US Troops in Iraq, Agencies
Iraq War, Blood and Blair, Neil Berry
Iran and US Abdicating Responsibility, Christian Koch
On the murder of Hrant Dink, the Turkish journalist, Editorial

Lebanon Daily Star

Hariri promotes 'any productive work as answer' to strike, Nada Bakri
Schools in Lebanon get a failing grade, Lysandra Ohrstrom
Bush has yet another 'last chance,' but don't be surprised if he wastes it, Editorial
Southerners flock to Aita al-Shaab to receive war compensation from Qatar, Mohammed Zaatari
Lebanese sovereignty, Israeli obstacles, Nizar Abdel-Kader

Asia

India

Army acting dreadfully in J&K: Salman Rushdie, Hindustan Times
Ending armed conflict, Kashmir Times
Tata Motors starts work at Singur, The Hindu
Singur shock for Mamata, Hindustan Times
SEZ policy can hit Congress at polls: Party report, The Times of India
ABC of SEZ, The Times of India
Buying an iPod? You need to slog out over 112 days, The Hindu
Inflation: A matter of concern, Deccan Herald
Don't shed your tears for Shilpa Shetty, The Times of India
India is racist, The Times of India
Of rage, ratings and reality shows, The Hindu
Resurgent Russia maps India bond, Hindustan Times
Putin visit: India, Russia to sign agreements, The Hindu
India to supply military equipment to Myanmar, The Hindu
Mayanmar: 'Gas for India only if reserves permit', The Hindu
Russia blocks sale of Chinese jets to Pakistan, The Hindu
Pakistani forces attack Baloch rebel camps, The Hindu
LTTE ambush Lankan military, 2 soldiers killed: officials, The Hindu
95% of East freed from LTTE: Mahinda, Hindustan Times
Ahmadinejad on the way out?, The Hindu
Iran begins 3-day military exercise, The Hindu
China's silence over anti-satellite test puzzles Americans, The Hindu
Torture in Egypt is just routine, says rights chief, The Hindu

China

US Tries to Interpret Silence Over China Test, New York Times
Pope Steers Toward Improving Relations with China, Los Angeles Times
China Begins to Define the Rules, Bhadrakumar
China Trims Bloated Figures, Ng

The Hindu, news
Asia Times, opinion

Africa

Mail and Guardian


Alternative

Consortium News

Show Me the Intelligence!, McGovern

Lew Rockwell

Martyrs of the Republic, Kwiatkowski

Living on Earth

Gore Hits the Global Warming Campaign Trail, LOE
The Gospel of Climate Change, E.O. Wilson & Rev. Joel Hunter

Truthout

Lying Like It's 2003, Rich
The Next 100 Hours, Pitt
A Tale of Two Elections: Nepal and Bangladesh, Sri Raman
Surging and Purging, Krugman
An Impartial Interrogation of George W. Bush, George McGovern
Butter or Guns, Truffaut/ Le Devoir

Washington Monthly

Cheney's Dead-Enders, Rozen

Women's Media Center

A Powerful Media Can Stop a War, Jane Fonda

Drug Corp Watch

Critics Raise Red Flags as Drug Giant Backs Anti-Smoking Guide, Carly Weeks
Workers At Pfizer Await Fate, Scott Ritter
Showdown Looms in Congress Over Drug Advertising on TV , Freudenheim
Wyeth Depression/Hot Flash Drug Faces Hurdles, Ransdell Pierson
Rx for Drug Ads, John Russell
FDA Proposal Could Ease Drug Marketers' Pain , Christine Bittar
Ex-FDA Chief Faces Fines in Stock Case, Andrew Bridges
Cox-2 Inhibitors May Come Back, Jeanne Whalen
How Long Should We Wait to Discover Unanticipated Adverse Drug Effects?, Graedon
Merck was Chastised by FDA for Fosamax Marketing Scheme, Tim O'Brien

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


Op-Eds

25 Selected Columnists

Common Dreams

Bernard Chazelle:
Bush the Empire Slayer
Elizabeth Sullivan:
War Hits Home in Pockets of Pain
Les Payne:
Cheshire Cheney: Menace on a Limb
Steven Weber and Ely Ratner:
Who Screwed Up Globalization?
Michael Bywater:
Welcome Back. Sorry We Ruined the Planet
Rupert Cornwell:
Out of America: Decline (and maybe fall) of Death Row
John Nichols:
"Cheney Has Stepped Way Over the Line"
Adam Hochschild:
The Big Push
Robert Weitzel:
Growing Up In The Shadow Of A Mushroom Cloud . . . Again
Jacqueline Marcus:
Bush’s Soldier-Kids: Sacrificing Children to Iraq’s Purgatorial Combat Zone
Christopher Brauchli:
Humpty Dumpty Sat on a Wall
Jorge Hirsch:
How Congress Can Stop the Iran Attack - Or be Complicit in Nuclear War Crimes
Kathy Freston:
Vegetarian is the New Prius
Ralph Nader:
Open Letter to the President
Patrick McElwee:
Moves Toward War with Iran: We Must Stop This
John Nichols:
Shaken By Obama, Clinton Moves Up
Amitabh Pal:
Dinesh D’Souza’s Bizarre New Book
Ray McGovern:
Show Me The Intelligence
Dave Lindorff:
Was Iraq War a `Blunder' or Was It Treason?
Paige Doughty:
What does it Mean to be a Politically Active Citizen if No One is Listening?
Gail Dines:
CNN’s “Journalism” is a Fool’s Paradise
Rosa Brooks:
Those Ingrate Iraqis
Leslie Smith:
The World's Largest Mineshaft Canary
Saif Rahman:
Five Reasons Why I'll March on Jan. 27 (and You Should Too)
Amy Goodman:
Make King's Dream Come True
David Sirota:
What They Said, and When They Said It
Tony Norman:
Saturday's Peacemakers Stand Tall
Andrew Greeley:
Bush is a Picture of Defeat
Paul Krugman:
Surging and Purging
William Hartung:
US Allies Arm and Train US Adversaries in Somalia


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