To unsubscribe, change your address, or subscribe, go to http://www.bushnews.com/mailman/listinfo/bushheadlinenews for Bush Headline News or http://www.bushnews.com/mailman/listinfo/insidebushwatch for Inside Bush Watch.

BUSH WATCH...Daily Headlines: News and Opinion


papers | most mailed | archives | yesterday | today | today's earlybird | today's update | home | contact


Thursday, September 6, 2007
Next Headlines, Monday Evening, September 10


Recent Topics At Bush Watch: Bush Threat... Crisis Economy... Rats Leave Ship... Katrina Scam... Nepal Diary... Bush Budget... Death in Amsterdam... Oil Wars [updated]... Ford Memories... Songs (updated)... Bush Dictatorship... 20 Dem Tasks... 2006 Elections... Amsterdam Diary... Should The Dem Party Be Eradicated?... Cheney Interview... Path to 9/11... Israel and the U.S.... Politex Visits Cindy Sheehan... Framing Fasciam... Bush's New Iraq Flip-Flops: 9/11 and WMD's... Bush's Economic Dictatorship [excellent overview]... The Big Picture: A New Paradigm ...
Please Help Us Out: Unpaid headlines editor needed for LA TIMES and SF CHRONICLE
FYI: There Are Two Other Versions Of Today's Headlines, Compact Feed...and Expanded Feed

Headlines


All of Today's 150+ Bush Watch Headlines Are Here [scroll down if archived]:... news roundup... specials... united states ... canada ...england ...australia ...latin america ......europe ...middle east ... asia ... africa ... alternative...op-eds

Recent Bush Watch Features

Op-Eds: Thomas Paine Editors' Picks , various
Dictatorship: Bush Restricting Travel Rights of Over 100,000 U.S. Citizens , Sherwood Ross
The New American Way: Greedy Not Needy Shape Shape Both Parties, Paul Krugman
Bush Watch Op-Eds: The Latest From Wokusch, Weiner, Partridge, Morford
The Party Line: Why A Republican Vote Is A Racist Vote, Paul Krugman
GOP Plot: Let's Dump The Undemocratic Electoral College, NYT Ed
Mind Detox: Selected Op-Eds, Various
Helping the Victims: The Bush Housing Bubble Bursts, Paul Krugman
Genocide As U.S. Foreign Policy: Bush Shares The Guilt For The Darfur Genocide?, 60 Minutes
The Bush Economy: The U.S. Economy Has Hit The Fan, Paul Krugman
Mailbag: on GOP Debates, Impeaching Bush, Losing Freedom, Bush Propaganda Museum, various
Quip: Inspecting the Bridge, Politex
10 Recent Op-Eds: ...from Thomas Paine's Corner, various
Editorial: Are the Dems Fascist Lite? Bush Watch
10 Recent Op-Eds: ...from Thomas Paine's Corner, various
Destroying the Constitution: Our Fascist Government, BW Editorial
Bush Watch Op-Eds: The Latest From Wokusch, Chamberlin, Weiner, Uhler, Partridge, Samples, Brasch

News Roundup

Treasury Considers New Regulation of Lending, Hall
Thompson formally announces formal bid formally for GOP formal presidential nomination, Talev
Craig will resign if he can't overturn conviction, Senate's GOP leader says, Bolstad
Did Mexican cardinal know of abuse claims against priest?, Hall
INDIA: Building a Modern Arsenal in India, Timmons+Sengupta
Titan Rain - how China cracked Whitehall's computers, Norton-Taylor
Ice-free Arctic could be here in 23 years, Adam
White House's billion dollar deal to tackle Mexico drug cartel in trouble, Whitford
Swiss justice? air controllers, guilty of manslaughter, walk free, Boyes

AFP

Celebrated Italian tenor Pavarotti dead
China's Hu takes centre stage at APEC gathering
Putin in Indonesia to strengthen economic ties
B-52 carried nuclear missiles over US by mistake: military
Deadly hurricanes lash central America
Banks should reveal losses in credit crunch: Deutsche Bank chief
China's Baosteel to build 2.5 billion dollar joint venture mill

News Bullets

  • Surge Hasn’t Cut Attacks on Iraqi Civilians
  • B-52 Mistakenly Flies with Nukes Aboard
  • Haditha Probe Limps to a Close
  • Death Squads Still Operating in El Salvador
  • One-Fifth of Local Livestock Risks Extinctionr
  • Ice-Free Arctic Could Be Here in 23 Years

    Op-Ed Roundup

    Medea Benjamin:
    Nancy Pelosi Should Listen to Karl Rove
    Amy Goodman:
    From the Bayou to Baghdad: Mission Accomplished?
    Robert Scheer:
    Why Is This Man Smiling?
    Timothy Patrick McCarthy:
    Bush PR Machine Works Myth and Magic on Iraq
    Cindy Sheehan:
    Kristol: Another Dishonorable Chicken-hawk
    Matthew Rothschild:
    CBS Early Show Removes Anti-War Protesters from View in Kansas City
    Tom Engelhardt:
    Seven Years In Hell: On Body Counts, Dead Zones, and an Empire of Stupidity
    Elizabeth Holtzman:
    Special Prosecutor Should Arrive On Scene As Gonzales Departs
    Katrina Vanden Heuvel:
    Facing Down Poverty
    David Bromwich:
    Iraq, Israel, Iran
    Dean Baker:
    The Dirty Toilet Principle: The Fed and the Housing Bubble
    Alan Collinge:
    Student Borrowers Often Victims of Serious Abuse
    Andrew Greeley:
    True or False: Can Bush Tell Difference?


    Today's Alternative Special: AlterNet

    Democratically Controlled Congress Stands on the Brink of Irrelevance on Iraq
    Why Men Should Be Included in Abortion Discussion
    U.S. Deports Parents of Dead Soldiers
    The Missing Class: Portraits of the Near Poor in America
    Annalee Newitz: Anti-authoritarian Cities
    Susie Bright: The Sexual Self-Interest of the Cuckolded Wife
    Robert Scheer: Why Is Bush Smiling in Iraq Photo Ops?
    Amy Goodman: From the Bayou to Baghdad: Mission Not Accomplished


    Special:Terror Tuesday

    Orchestration Watch: Foiled bomb plots in Germany, Denmark may be linked to al Qaida, Schofield
    Terrorism suspects 'dramatically' arrested in Germany on Tuesday, Landler &Kulish
    Terrorism suspects 'dramatically' arrested in Denmark on Tuesday, Mekhennet
    Suicide blast kills 25 in Pakistani garrison city on Tuesday, Masood
    Dems return to Congress to reframe Iraq debate on Tuesday, Herszenhorn


    Special:Bush Wars

    Petraeus says surge may be reversed March 2008, Goldenberg
    Chapter One of Iraq War draws to a close, Freedland
    Bush/Blair rhetoric about Iraq democracy was always about neocolonialism, Cockburn
    British soldiers reflect on a brutal campaign in Basra, Sengupta
    Pakistani army hit as suicide bombers kill 25, injures 70, Waraiche
    Tony who? Rockets and chaos greet Blair in Mideast, Hider
    US plans to take on Basra as UK leaves, Fletcher
    If plastic turkeys could fly: Bush pops up in Iraq to catapult the propaganda, Cloud &Myers
    Letters show Bush approved disastrous plan to disband Iraq military, Andrews
    Bombings kill at least 24 in Pakistan, AP


    Special: Dictator '08

    The GOP is dead and its candidates are dead men talking, Seelye
    For Democrats, primary field gives confidence, Nagourney
    Bill's task: keep head (&other body parts down) and focus on Hillary, Healy


    Special: Bush Iran Scam

    Diplomacy resolves N.Korea nuke threat but Big Dick Cheney says he's gotta bomb Iran, Sang-Hun
    Doesn't this puppet show make you want to just bomb the hell out of Iran?, Glanz
    Dems have to say 'hell no' this week to bombing Iran, Gitlin
    Pentagon '3-day blitz' plan to take out entire Iranian military, Baxter


    Special: Iraq by the numbers

    71,017 to 77,555 civilians killed so far, iraqbodycount.net
    3,786 American soldiers killed, 27,004 wounded so far, globalsecurity.org
    $ 447,500,014,620 borrowed and spent so far, nationalpriorities.org



    The Rest of Today's Bush Watch Daily Headlines Are Here:...mainstream ... united states ... canada ...england ...australia ...latin america ......europe ...middle east ... asia ... africa ... alternative...op-eds


    Mainstream

    United States

    Boston Globe

    Democrats unveil a file on Romney, Wangsness
    Campaign of the seven veils, Ed

    Chicago Tribune

    Legal groups put God on docket , Anderson
    Baggy-pants bans too little, too late , Page

    New York Times

    Another Iraq photo op for Bush: why do we tolerate this strutting deceiver?, Ed
    Unprotected air cargo: why screen passengers but not cargo? , Ed
    Scandal, shmandal: presidential candidates are increasingly addicted to money bundlers , Ed
    Mother Teresa robbed Calcutta of its richly nuanced identity in love's name, Banerji
    Short on labor, farmers shift to Mexico, Preston
    Preemption in Texas: if you're scared, just shoot, Kovach
    Bush's aggression against Iran strengthens repressive Iranian mullahs , Slackman
    Bush hitches his wagon to a black hole of disintegration in Iraq , Sanger
    Terrorism suspects 'dramatically' arrested in Germany on Tuesday, Landler &Kulish
    Dems return to Congress to reframe Iraq debate on Tuesday, Herszenhorn
    Suicide blast kills 25 in Pakistani garrison city on Tuesday, Masood
    Terrorism suspects 'dramatically' arrested in Denmark on Tuesday, Mekhennet
    Israeli court orders West Bank barrier rerouted, Kershner
    Marines dispute accounts of excessive force in Afghanistan though evidence suggests otherwise, Von Zielbauer
    John Howard is big Bush fan (&member of same order of global fascists), Stolberg
    The NYT paints Hillary in her own talking points 'working within the system', Leibovich
    New ties found to link lenders and colleges, Glater
    Craig may not resign after all, opening the stall door to ugly showdown with GOP, Hulse &Yardley
    The ad battle over Iraq: but Bush lost our hearts, minds &Iraq a long time ago, Seelye

    Washington Post

    Campaign Bundlers Behaving Badly
    Legal Anti-Terrorism: Israel's Example
    Phony Bush: A 'Dissident President'?
    Rescuing Mortgage Holders
    Pentagon Justice
    Economy: Testing Mr. Bernanke
    Politics: Good Morning, Vietnam!
    The New Anti-Semitism
    D.C. Fighting for Handgun Ban
    A Surreality Check
    U.S. Labor in Fighting Trim
    Gay Police: A Prayer for Larry Craig
    The Candidates Turn Up the Heat At Summer's End
    Bin Laden Family Business Denies Liability for 9/11
    ID Would Control Access to Disaster Sites
    Book Tells Of Dissent In Bush's Inner Circle
    Rice Transformed By Her Bond With Bush
    Border Lines
    John Edwards, Enjoying Timely Endorsements
    Korea Confronts Spate of Phony Résumés
    In Iraq, Bush Cites Gains
    Weighing the 'Surge'
    Many Trainees Are Complicit With 'Enemy Targets'
    Signing Up Sunnis With 'Insurgent' on Their Résumés
    Bush Destination Kept Secret Until Plane In the Air
    British Leave Basra to Iraqi Security Forces
    Two Rush-Hour Blasts Kill at Least 24 in Pakistan
    Bet on America to decline
    The Border Boondoggle
    Rose-Colored Views of an All-Black School
    Hypocritical? Don't Ask.
    The Michael Vicks of Yore
    A Fate Worse Than Guantanamo
    SHANGHAI Tainted Chinese goods flooding international markets

    LA Times

    SF Chronicle

    Canada

    Globe and Mail

    Toronto Star

    LIberals vow $45M for low-income dental plan
    City scrambles to cash in on Film Festival
    U.S. adventurer Fossett goes missing on flight
    Gitmo North's last prisoner in limbo after 6 years
    PM ends session of Parliament
    Harper gambles on a relaunch
    Film industry flickering
    Failing Party: Marois revives language of exclusion
    Parliment Promise? A `25-and-5' goal to fight poverty
    Climate change finally on agenda
    Harper Promise? Patronage alive and well
    Labor Day: No celebration for working poor
    Back-to-school lessons

    England

    BBC

    Germany foils 'massive' bomb plot, BBC
    German shock at bomb plot arrests, Tristana Moore, BBC
    Denmark arrests 'bomb' suspects, BBC
    US B-52 in nuclear cargo blunder, BBC
    General Patraeus hints at Iraq troop cuts, BBC
    Iraqi PM urges action on weapons, BBC
    US officers 'lax' on Iraqi deaths, BBC
    US economy 'heading for slowdown', BBC
    Bush and Howard in Sydney talks, BBC
    UK soldiers killed in Afghanistan, BBC
    Democratic senator in mortgage reform plan , BBC
    BBC switches off climate special, BBC
    UN Secretary General 'shocked' by Darfur, BBC
    Thompson joins White House race for Republican nomination, BBC
    Hurricane Dean damage claims to cost billions, BBC

    Guardian

    Six nuclear bombs, each 10 times Hiroshima, flown across the US, Jeffrey
    Scandal Senator Craig reconsiders decision to quit, Miller
    United States could go into recession, warns OECD, Eliott
    Two failing governments: Iraq and America, Ash
    What do you call a president's husband?, Edemarian
    Bush's myopic and blurred approach to foreign policy , Kilfoyle
    Danger to children from food and drink additives is exposed, Smithers

    Independent

    Oprah throws house party to aid Obama , Doyle
    And then there was one: Australia's PM Howard is Bush's only friend, Marks

    Times Online

    Predictable and predicted: Muslim converts plot against US airforce base, Boyes

    Australia

    ABC, news

    Latin America

    Latin America

    Opposition snubs Mexican president whose legitimacy is doubted by millions, Al Jazeera
    Leftist lawmakers walk out on annual state-of-nation ceremony , San Diego Union-Tribune
    Mexico trucks to roll on U.S. highways, Reuters
    The Week in Mexico, San Diego Union-Tribune
    Immigration wars squeeze Iowa town, USA Today
    Treachers strike against lowered pensions and health benefits, Prensa Latina
    Security Forces on Alert during Guatemalan Election, Prensa Latina
    Honduran Dengue Fever Crisis Worsens, Prensa Latina
    Hurricane Felix churns through Caribbean, Caribbean NN
    Jamaica gears up for closest vote in decades, Caribbean NN
    9% Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) lead, Jamaica Observer
    Dominicans Depressed, Anxious, Prensa Latina
    Chavez plans FARC rebel talks over hostages, Reuters
    Colombia Plans to Scrap Paid Exemption for Universal Army Draft , bloomberg.com
    Venezuela, Colombia Work on Peace Agreement, Prensa Latina
    Venezuela Converts Jail into University, Venezuelanalysis
    Brazil Cuts in Half Number of Extremely Poor, Brazzil
    Brazil Raises Sugar Cane Production 15% to Make Ethanol, Brazzil
    Bachelet Visits Japan to Sign Free Trade Agreement, Prensa Latina
    Argentina: BAUEN Workers Without Bosses Face Eviction, UDW
    Peru: Little Help for Slum-Dwellers Left Homeless by Quake, IPS
    Bolivia: Unequal Battle Against Hunger, IPS
    Bioprospecting and Biopiracy in the Americas, nacla.org

    Upside-Down World

    Europe

    Inter Press Service

    Mexico: Key Video Evidence Blocked in Child Sex Ring Trial , Cevallos
    Climate Change: Leaders to Debate Warming at U.N. , Rizvi
    Rights-Chile: Baby Steps, But Progress Nonetheless , Estrada
    Rights-US: Vows Not to Torture Worth Little, HRW Says , Bell
    Death Penalty: U.N. Faults Iraq for Continued Executions , Deen
    Development: Threat of Turmoil in the Midst of a Boom , Capdevila
    Politics-US: Bush Appointee Campaigns for Evangelicals , Glantz
    Rights-Asia: MTV Turns Spotlight on Human Trafficking , Corporal
    El Salvador: Two Cheers for Democracy (None for Politicians) , Gutiérrez
    Australia: NGOs Have Long Wish List For APEC Summit , Bhandari
    Mideast: Hamas Flag Goes Up in Lebanon Camps , Gopal
    Iraq: With Donkeys for Transport, All Is Well , al-Fadhily
    Italy: Windscreen Wipers Face Clearance , Milan

    Der Spiegel

    Photos of a Different Capital: Berlin in the Dead of Night
    'A Forceful Comeback': Peugeot Citron's Bold Turnaround Plan
    Attacks on Frankfurt Airport, Ramstein Planned: Three Islamist Terror Suspec...
    News Analysis: Bush Shifts Terms for Measuring Progress in Iraq
    Atomic Exports: German Technology Ends Up in Iranian Nuclear Plant
    Right-Wing Rot: A Village in the Hands of the Neo-Nazis
    Picture This: Oh, Oh, Here She Comes
    Murder, He Wrote: Author Accused of Homicide He Described in Novel

    International Herald Tribune

    Cultural heritage: Whose deep sea treasure is it really?
    The U.S. economy: The tide is still going out
    Bringing stability to Iraq: Center first to center last
    Las Vegas sex trade
    The state of Iraq: An update
    Remember Vietnam
    The APEC forum lacks a meaningful role
    Meanwhile: Remembering the man who penciled the Hulk

    Radio Paris (WNN)

    Middle East

    Haaretz

    Defense Min. to look into cutting Gaza off from electricity in response to rockets, Amos Harel
    Court orders state to alter West Bank separation fence route at Bil'in, Yuval Yoaz
    PM to Blair: PA must first demonstrate ability to govern, Barak Ravid
    Sderot parents vow to keep children home, Staff
    Defense Ministry has been sitting on plan to lift roadblocks for a year, Akiva Eldar
    Chief of Staff Ashkenazi: New plan bolsters ground forces, Yuval Azoulay

    Al Jazeera

    Iraqi parliament faces US deadline, Al Jazeera
    US report sees scant Iraq progress, Agencies
    The reality of Iraq's many armies, Al Jazeera
    British prime minister Brown: Basra pullback not a defeat, Agencies
    Court rules Israel barrier be moved, Al Jazeera
    Syria to block Iraqi refugees, Agencies
    Rafsanjani to head key Iran body which chooses the country's supreme leader, Agencies
    Justice fails Afghan women, Aunohita Mojumdar
    Afghan police die in suicide blasts, Agencies

    Arab News

    Out of Basra, Editorial
    Will Basra Prove US Wrong?, Linda Heard
    The Shiite Power Struggle: Hardly Good News for the US in Iraq, Ramzy Baroud
    Agents of death at Nahr Al-Bared refugee camp, Editorial
    Baradei Warns of ‘Last Chance’ for Iran, Agencies
    Left Fears War Games Are to Co-Opt India Into Israeli-US Axis, Nilofar Suhrawardy

    Al-Ahram

    Iraq's non-functioning political process remains deadlocked, Nermeen Al-Mufti
    A new Shia-Sunni-Kurdish accord provides a breathing space, but for how long?, Salah Hemeid
    The US wants to blame Nuri Al-Maliki for failure in Iraq, James Zogby
    Israeli preparations for a strike against Hamas, Saleh Al-Naami
    Abbas and Olmert meet again and get nowhere, again, Khaled Amayreh
    'No elections if Hamas will win,' Fatah, Hamas and Israel all reject elections, Saleh Al-Naami
    The final 'final battle' approaches in Lebanese refugee camp, Lucy Fielder
    Rising living and food costs presents a serious problem for millions of Egyptians, Sherine Abdel-Razek
    The confrontation between the government and the Muslim Brotherhood has reached new levels, Gamal Essam El-Din
    Mixing religion and politics was a colonial scheme that is now haunting the West, Ayman El-Amir
    It appears that a new cold war is brewing, Gamil Mattar

    Middle East

    Robert Fisk: Strange Goings-On in Lebanon and Elsewhere, Arab News
    Iraqi benchmarks come and go, Asia Times
    U.S. military operations in this city has robbed children of their childhood., IPS
    keeping U.S. forces in Iraq is only good for Halliburton, Blackwater, Alliant Techsystems etc, Palestine Chronicle
    IRAQ: Families of 'Surge' Detainees Losing Hope, IPS
    UN struggling to help Iraqi refugees in Syria, telegraph.co.uk
    Lebanon's most senior Shia cleric praised Iran for resisting the global arrogance, Tehran Times
    Fatah al-Islam chief Shaker al-Abssi killed, Lebanon Daily Star
    Lebanon's political class can learn a lot from its military, Lebanon Daily Star
    A small break for Iran on the nuclear front, Asia Times
    Iran is planning to master the technology to build LNG carrier., Tehran Times
    Iran Reaches Atomic Milestone: Ahmadinejad, Arab News
    Humanitarian aid to the Palestinians - walking the tightrope, IRIN
    Israel and the US divide and conquer the Palestinians, Arab News
    West Bank children try to eke out a living searching settlers' trash, uruk.net
    Caritas Bethlehem: treating 'Medical Conditions caused by Political Decisions', uruk.net
    Ground to a Halt: Denial of Palestinians' Freedom of Movement in the West Bank, btselem.org
    Mubarak Is in Good Health, Says Egypt's First Lady, Arab News
    Abuse widespread in Jordan's prisons, Reuters
    Turkey’s international relations hostage to Armenian issue, todayszaman.com
    Attacks on enemy in various regions of Chechnya, kavkaz.org

    Daily Star

    Asia

    China

    China Ready to Leap From Industrial to Information-Age Economy , Christian Science Monitor
    Beijing Denies Launching Cyberspace Attack , The London Times
    Barbie Sets Withdrawn in New Alert over Toys from China , Guardian Unlimited
    China Economy More Needed than US to East Asia, The Age
    New Plants in China Vital for Sales, Says Airbus, MSNBC

    Daily Times

    SC: Musharraf's two offices 'end with term', Irfan Ghauri
    Benazir wants personal meeting with Musharraf, DT
    Pakistan-US ties 'a commitment to peace', DT
    People's Party won't take part in election, DT
    India to review US nuclear deal, DT

    Dawn

    Progress reported in Dubai talks, Amir Wasim
    27 die in suicide bombings, Syed Irfan Raza and Mohammad Asghar

    South East Asia

    APEC Leaders Week opens with focus on climate change, free trade, Xinhua
    US condemns Myanmar crackdown, Al Jazeera
    India, China's silence over Burma protests not so mystifying, Mizzima News
    Perfect Hostage: A Life of Aung San Suu Kyi, Asia Times
    Thailand lifts YouTube ban, Al Jazeera
    Drug trafficker arrested in Thailand, Xinhua
    With uncertainty ahead, Cambodia turns to US to buoy garment sector, AFP
    KFC first fast food chain in Cambodia, AFP
    Vietnam: Impressions of a socialist ’pilgrim’, greenleft
    Unity call amid Malaysia parades, Al Jazeera
    How the Cold War influenced U.S.-Indonesia relations, thejakartapost
    Philippine military: Gov't opponents are making new destabilization moves, Xinhua
    President Arroyo Urged to Make Mindanao Peace a National Agenda, Arab News

    Asia Times, opinion

    The Hindu, news

    Africa

    Africa

    In the Mediterranean, African Migrants, Boats, Deaths, the Usual, IPS
    Somalia: Heavy Fighting Erupts Overnight in Capital, allAfrica
    Somalian insurgency claims 200 lives in Mogadishu in August: rights group, AP
    Darfur rebels 'attack Sudan base', Al Jazeera
    U.N. Chief Visits Darfur Amid Ongoing Attacks, IPS
    Mali: Indignation dominates reaction as attacks in north escalate, IRIN
    Sierra Leone’s run-off elections are becoming increasingly chaotic with reports of violent clashes, IRIN
    Continuous fighting leaves Central African villages deserted, Reuters
    Nigeria: Rivers State Erupts Again as Military, Cultists Clash , This Day (Lagos)
    Nigeria: heavily Armed Robbers Attack Kano Prisons, Vanguard (Lagos)
    Nigeria: Why Port Harcourt Violence Won't End Soon, Vanguard (Lagos)
    Nigeria reduces gas flaring, enough gas to power half the continent wasted each year, allAfrica
    Rebel Congo general warns of 'war', Al Jazeera
    Kenya: How Moi's Allies Looted Sh130bn, The Nation (Nairobi)
    Zimbabwe has no cash for wheat consignment, Mail ans Guardian
    Tutu slams S.Africa's efforts to fight HIV/AIDS, Reuters

    Mail and Guardian


    Alternative Views

    Rolling Stone

    The Great Iraq Swindle: How Bush Allowed an Army of For-Profit Contractors to Invade the U.S. Treasury, Taibbi

    Village Voice

    Leaked Red Cross report sets up Bush team for international war-crimes trial, Hentoff

    Democracy Now

    "The Largest Law Enforcement Agency in America Has Been Manipulated for Political Purpose"- Rep Conyers on Gonzales Legacy, DN

    Drug Corp Watch

    Indian Pharma Industry: Coming Out of the Shadows, Sify
    The Hoax of Modern Medicine: Seven Facts You Need to Know, Mike Adams
    Parents Warned on Use of Cough and Cold Medicines in Children, VOA
    Lawyer Builds a Case for Greater FDA Oversight, Globe

    CorpWatch

    US: Role of Telecom Firms in Wiretaps Is Confirmed, Lichtblau
    China: The Misery of China's Mines , Cody
    China: U.S. Group Accuses Chinese Toy Factories of Labor Abuses, Barboza
    US: Plaintiffs Find Payday Elusive in Vioxx Cases, Berenson

    World Socialist Web

    Millions of toxic toys recalled: The nightmarish reality of global capitalism, Walsh
    New provocation against Tehran, Symonds

    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


    (*) Registration Required: NYT, WP, BS, CT, LAT, TS. Explorer Browser Recommended. (It's the most forgiving.)

    ***

    HEADLINE EDITORS NEEDED...

    OUR HEADLINES ARE EDITED BY...(If there is no name, that "beat" or any combination of sources from the available beats could be selected.) Contact Us

    Ann, New York Times... Gary, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor Inor, Consortium, Tom Paine, Trughout, etc. _____, Buzzflash, Smirking Chimp, etc... Stan, LAT, SFC, Seattle PI... Tarri, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CBC... TC, Dawn, Daily Times, etc..... _____, Progressive, Economist, Nation, American Progress.... _____, Europe: Der Spiegel, Deutsche Welle, Moscow Times, Pravda.... _____, Sydney Morning Herald, New Zealand Herald, Scoop, etc.... _____, Democracy Now!, Info Clearing House... Chuck, Counterpunch, Editor and Publisher... ______, Progressive, USA Today... Rosamond, Boston Globe, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune, History News Network, Journal of the Federation of American Scientists, World Socialist Web Site, American Prospect... Frances, BBC... Marcia, Guardian/Observer, Independent, Times Online, etc.... _____, Asia Times, Joong Ang Daily, Asahi Shinmum, International Herald Tribune.... Alan, Haaratz, Al jazeera, Arab News, Dar al Hayat, Middle East Times, Latin America, etc.... Yogi, India... _____, Slate, Salon, Village Voice ... _____, Africa...


    get 7 years of Bush headlines at...BUSH REPORT


    Bush Watch is a daily political internet magazine based in Austin, Texas, paid for and edited by Politex, a non-affiliated U.S. citizen. Contents, including "Bush Watch" and "Politex," (c) 1998-2007 Politex. The views expressed herein and the views in stories that you are linked to are the writers' own and do not necessarily reflect those of Bush Watch. Permission of author required for reprinting original material, and only requests for reprinting a specific item are considered. The duration of the working links is not under our control. Bush Watch has not reviewed all of the sites linked to our site and is not responsible for the content of any off-site pages or any other sites linked to our site. Your linking to any other off-site pages or other sites from our site is at your own risk. Send all e-mail to Politex.