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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
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Mailbag: on GOP Debates, Impeaching Bush, Losing Freedom, Bush Propaganda Museum, various
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News Roundup

The next attorney general: Bush is running out of flunkies, Ed
Giuliani's ruthless food stamps policy pushed NYC's poor deeper into hunger, Ed
Dept. of Brazen Bureaucracy: Bush stiffs Congress & FEMA to grow Orwellian DHS, Ed
Hobbling Mexico's democracy?, Ed
The more Bushco tightens its grip, the more states will slip through its fingers , Barringer
Hard line on gangs just hardens young members, Moore
UCLA Berkeley gets heavy with tree protesters, erecting ludicrous Gitmo Berkeley, McKinley
A step too far for Bushco's Ahnold: his authoritarian veto muzzles Californians on Iraq , Morris
Dems must prepare to clean up whatever noxious midnight rules Bush leaves behind, Broder
Ex-Gov Mark Warner (D) will run for Senate seat of disillusioned Republican John Warner, The NYT
We've gone to all the trouble of destroying Iraq & now we don't even get their oil, Glanz
World's child mortality declines: 'success not linked to money...but to setting priorities', McNeil Jr.
Japan's Bush-wrecked Premier blows that popstand with neither apology nor bow, Onishi
Bush to say there is a Middle Way on Iraq: when liars speak, nothing is said, Stolberg &Myers
Dems begin to forge a way out of Iraq nightmare: Petraeus plan 'unacceptable', Hulse
What is Putin up to with his mysterious government shuffle?, Chivers
Obama offers most extensive plan for winding down our illegal invasion of Iraq, Zeleny &Gordon
Hopes dim for energy conservation: states jump in, Broder
McCain's idea of a 'new campaign theme' is to keep on losing and dying in Iraq, Cooper
Bush is warned on Gonzales successor: no shysters, stooges,or manchurians need apply, Shenon


Fears ease over Indonesia quake
Democrats assail Bush over troop cut plan
Japan's ruling party to choose Abe's successor September 23
Britain hit by foot and mouth again
Child mortality worldwide hits record low: UNICEF
Euro nears 1.40 dollars in record-breaking run
Oil prices ease from record peak

News Bullets

  • Obama Distances Himself from Book on U.S.-Israeli Relations
  • On Heels of 9/11, Clinton Fundraiser Raises Eyebrows
  • Two of Seven Soldiers Who Wrote 'NYT' Op-Ed Die in Iraq
  • Russia Tests Powerful 'Dad of All Bombs'
  • After Two Days, No Answer to 'How This Ends'
  • Controversy Over New York Prof’s Tenure
  • Toxic Chemicals Blamed for the Disappearance of Arctic Boys
  • First World Results on a Third World Budget
  • Threatened Species Red List Shows Escalating 'Global Extinction Crisis'
  • Global Warming Impact Like 'Nuclear War'

    Op-Ed Roundup

    Joyce Marcel:
    Don’t Let The Dogs Out! Don’t Bomb Iran!
    Norman Solomon:
    Here’s the Smell of the Blood Still
    Rory O'Connor:
    Anita Roddick: There Was Nothing Like This Dame
    Robert Scheer:
    The General Lies
    Joe Brewer:
    The ‘Feel Good’ Approach to Climate Distortion
    Derrick Jackson:
    Has 9/11 Changed Us? Not much
    James Ridgeway:
    Homeland Insecurity: The 9/11 Conspiracy File: Myths and Facts
    Tom Engelhardt:
    Imperial Autism: The Petraeus Moment Blots Out the World
    Dean Baker:
    Recession Time! The Housing Bubble Bursts the Economy
    Corporate Crime Reporter:
    Geoffrey Fieger and the Rise of the Selective Prosecution Defense
    Peter Rothberg:
    Free The Jena 6
    Matthew Rothschild:
    The Petraeus Performance
    Andrew Greeley:
    Bush Not Swayed By Iraq Reality

    Special: Gen. Betraeus

    Bush creatures Crocker & Petraeus say we're in Iraq indefinitely, not sure why, Sanger
    Cue Petraeus report: Iraqi chorus whispers 'US is ugly but we need them', Rubin
    How many calories in BS? Petraeus betrayed us...we knew he would, Ed
    Gen. Betray Us's stars dazzle Dems as he condemns our troops to stay in Iraq, Cloud &Shanker
    Petraeus's reason to stay in Iraq: to 'protect' Iraqis (from our bombs, attacks, & oil lust?), Gordon

    Special: Iraq By The Numbers

    71,302 to 77,852 civilians killed so far,
    3,802 American soldiers killed, 27,004 wounded so far,
    $449,254,965,172 borrowed and spent so far,

    Today's Alternative Special: Consortium News

    Neck Deep: The Real Colin Powell, Parry
    Bowing Before an American Tyranny, Parry
    Questions for General Petraeus, Budowsky

    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


    United States

    New York Times

    The 'proxy war': UK troops are sent to Iranian border, Staff
    Guiliani continutes to exploit 9/11, Bone
    Running on empty: Bush loves the mean boys but Musharraf will break his heart, Ed
    Why not a UN force? Big GOPs pour our blood and $billions into Iraq's civil war, Hulse &Herszenhorn
    Dem presidential candidates act out against Iraq in the Petraeus show, Bumiller
    Petraeus's home town worries that shilling for Bush will ruin him, Vitello
    Just a little despicable: senators show &tell at hearings. Favorite pronoun? 'I', Stanley
    Bush struggles to find a political stooge craven enough to replace Gonzales , Shenon &Johnston
    Clinton sees fears realized in donor trouble, Healy
    Bush sends his minions out to smokescreen heinous, intolerable Gitmo, Glaberson
    Take the money and rue: running elections on private money is just asking for it, Ed
    What's good for children: schools must account for students that can't read, write, or think, Ed
    Our assumption of superiority over say, a grey parrot is species hubris, Klinkenborg
    One decent Republican: Ike defied racist Southern hounds on civil rights, Nichols
    Live by the earmark, die by the earmark: one-winged Indian project flounders, Davey
    Housing costs are eating up American paychecks, Leland
    Spotlight remains brightly focussed on GOP Sen. Craig's restroom sex romp, AP
    Big Pharma walks fine line between medicine &poison with stupidly dangerous Avandia, Harris
    Japanese PM loses public trust and resigns, US president loses public trust and bombs Iran, Onishi

    New York Times

    Washington Post

    Boston Globe

    In senatorial role, a chance to take spotlight on war , Issenberg + Bombardieri
    Iraq: the unanswered questions, Ed

    Chicago Tribune

    Senator courting votes to limit troop deployments, Lerman
    Candidate who feels right has winning chance , Page

    Chicago Sun Times

    True or false: Can Bush tell difference? , Greeley
    Craig essentially drops efforts to finish Senate term, CST

    LA Times

    SF Chronicle


    Troop Levels in Iraq Likely to Remain Above 130,000, Youssef +Schoof
    Obama Calls for Pulling Combat Troops from Iraq, Talev
    White House Seeks Tougher Iran Sanctions, Schofield+Strobel
    MDs: Thompson's Cancer Incurable But Not life-Threatening, Boyd
    Intelligence Officials Contradict White House on bin Laden, Landay


    Globe and Mail

    Toronto Star



    Dollar at record low against euro, BBC
    Oil hits record on supply fears, BBC
    Powers to hold Iran nuclear talks, BBC
    Gorillas head race to extinction, Richard Black, BBC
    Why conservation alone 'is not enough', Richard Leakey, BBC
    Six policemen shot dead in north Iraq, BBC
    Baghdad residents protest a US dividing wall, BBC


    US troops who criticised Iraq war strategy killed in Baghdad, Goldenberg
    Blair advisor reports on the confustion in White House, pre-Iraq, Wintour
    Evidence of torture used in Iraq, Shiner
    The struggle against terrorism is in Europe, not the US, Ash
    Oil prices hit record high... over $80 a barrel, Elliott


    President Petraeus? Iraqi official recalls the day US general revealed ambition, Cockburn
    Petraeus-Crocker hearings only theater and charade for US audience, Hamilton

    Times Online

    Petraeus: the de facto ambassador to Great Britain, Reid
    Enough religion. Stop shoving it down my throat, Sarler


    ABC, news

    Latin America

    Latin America

    Dynamite truck explodes after highway collision in northern Mexico, killing at least 34, AP
    Mexican rebels claim pipeline attacks, Huoston Chronicle
    Calderon: Mexico to Wipe out Drug Trafficking, Prensa Latina
    Final Run for Guatemalan President in November, Prensa Latina
    Drug barons and murderers on the ballot in Guatemala,
    Hurricane Felix kills scores in Nicaragua , Al Jazeera
    Nicaragua asks for ALBA Hurricane Help, Prensa Latina
    Panama, Costa Rica Fight Child Labor, Prensa Latina
    China promises Caribbean millions of dollars in assistance, Caribbean NN
    Dominican President Slams Opposition, Prensa Latina
    Doctor Paul Farmer on Haiti and Rwanda, HaitiAnalysis
    Haitians Request Support from Venezuela to Eradicate Illiteracy, HaitiAnalysis
    UN Censures Colombia Paramilitaries, Prensa Latina
    Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas Bank to Be Established This Year,
    Venezuela To Construct Over 200 'Socialist' Factories,
    As Walking Metamorphosis Brazil's Lula Has Become Target for Left and Right, Brazzil
    Growth Is Not Development and Brazil Is Proof of It, Brazzil
    Brazil to Break Monsanto's Global Grip Creating Its Own Transgenic Soy, Brazzil
    former Argentine president Carlos Menem's millionaire assets frozen, Merco Press
    UN agency warns about commodities’ windfalls, diversification needed, Merco Press
    One million Chilean workers do not make minimum wage, Santiago Times
    Bolivia: The Imminent Coup, Bolivia Rising
    Bolivia: Polarization reaches the boiling point, UDW
    Peru President on shaky ground , Noticias Aliadas

    Upside-Down World


    Inter Press Service

    Environment: Worst Places on Earth Are Home to Millions , Leahy
    U.S.-Pakistan: Sharif's Exile 'Flouts' Int'l Law , Rizvi
    Politics-US/Iraq: No Exit , Lobe
    Environment: Warming May Trigger Agricultural Collapse , Aslam
    U.S.-Iraq: Fallon Derided Petraeus, Opposed the Surge , Porter
    Peru: Mining Project Hurting Highland Ecosystem , Salazar
    Venezuela: Adiós Lenin…and Other ‘Exotic’ Names , Márquez
    Politics: U.S. Denies Visas to Iranian Religious Leaders , Bell
    Asia Pacific: 'China Unfazed by Democracy Partnership' , de Tarczynki
    Environment-Malaysia: Mega City Project Robs Common Green , Netto

    Der Spiegel

    International Herald Tribune

    Radio Paris (WNN)

    Middle East



    CNN: Israel targeted arms destined for Hezbollah, Barak Ravid
    The air strike in Syria is a secret that cannot be kept, Amos Harel
    IDF ground operation in Gaza unlikely despite Zikkim attack, Barak Ravid
    Peace summit to include show of support, but not negotiations, Aluf Benn
    No major IDF response to Qassam strike in Negev due to tensions in north, Amos Harel
    ultra-Orthodox Shas party will quit government if Temple Mount is relinquished, Nadav Shragai
    No signs of Syrian preparations for war, IDF says, Amos Harel
    Tel Aviv to give bicycles a chance, Editorial
    U.S. prof. who says Jews abuse Holocaust to curb critics resigns, AP
    Three militants killed, six wounded in IDF strike in southern Gaza, Avi Isacharoff
    MK Nafaa ignores gov't travel ban, arrives in Syria for a visit, Yoav Stern
    Hamas denies Haaretz report of new Israeli offer on Shalit deal, Avi Issacharoff
    Human Rights Watch: IDF indiscriminately bombed Lebanon civilians, AP
    Avigdor Lieberman: Land for peace is a mistake, Mazal Mualem
    IDF objects to extensive ground action in Gaza because of tensions with Syria, Amos Harel
    Taking Lieberman's advice, Moshe Arens
    Cutting off Gaza utilities illegal, counterproductive, Editorial
    C'heckpoints designed to wear the Palestians down until they accept Bantustans, Amira Hass

    Al Jazeera

    Petraeus hears Iraq war criticism, Agencies
    US plans military base near Iran, Agencies
    Iraq seeks regional peace solution, Agencies
    Gaza rockets wound Israeli soldiers, Agencies
    Israel condemned over Lebanon war, staff
    Taliban 'ready for Afghan talks', Agencies
    Bomber hits convoy in Afghanistan, Agencies
    'Gunfire' cuts short Karzai speech, Agencies
    Breaking News: Israeli jets 'enter' Syria airspace, Agencies
    US air raid hits Baghdad homes, Agencies
    US urged to disband Iraqi police, Al Jazeera
    Petraeus hints at Iraq troop cut, Agencies


    The situation in Iraq, despite what the US president says, is spinning out of control, staff
    PR or panic? Lots of busywork by the occupiers this week, Nermeen Al-Mufti
    Israelis working on strategy for surviving the fallout of America's withdrawal from Iraq, Saleh Al-Naami
    The repositioning of America's right wing as US fortunes in Iraq go from bad to worse, Emad Fawzi Shueibi
    Doubts persist about the event that made Bush and Cheney 'wartime leaders',, Eric Walberg
    Palestinian sectarian violence looks more and more like Iraq, Khaled Amayreh
    The Taliban are making a remarkable comeback, Gamal Nkrumah
    Average Egyptians have yet to taste the fruits of economic growth, Sherine Abdel-Razek
    Healthcare in Egypt, Karim El-Khashab
    The conditions endured by expatriate workers, Mohamed El-Sayed
    Rumours about President Hosni Mubarak's health, Gamal Essam El-Din
    Elections in Morocco are creating a stir, Faysal Saouli

    The Middle East

    p> Why Bush went to Baghdad, Middle East Times
    The Euopean Union must offer an alternative to failed US policy in ME, (Turkey)
    Samarra Under U.S. Attack, Uruknet
    Under staffed: Over 50 percent of Iraqi health workers have fled the country, IRIN
    Iraq: Violence, poverty, unemployment fuel rising alcoholism, IRIN
    Fallujah has all but slipped into the Dark Ages, Asia Times
    Maliki discusses filling ministerial posts with Ayatollah Sistani, Tehran Times
    Use of Depleted Uranium weapons may constitute a war crime, Uruknet
    Jenin: Child critically hurt by IDF fire, Ynet
    IDF thwarts attack on outpost: 5 Palestinians killed, YNet
    Feelings of attachment to Israel declining among non-Orthodox American Jews, Ynet
    Why Israel Should Plan for US’ Decline, Arab News
    The Weeping Olive Trees of Palestine, Palestine Chronicle
    United States and Israel must realize that the era of gunboat “diplomacy” is over, Palestine Chronicle
    Siniora asks Germany to help build up army, Lebanon Daily Star
    Berri schedules presidential vote for September 25, Lebanon Daily Star
    US trashes Iran agreement at own peril, Asia Times
    Attack and Iranians will rally behind their Supreme Leader and their President, Asia Times
    US Subprime Mortgage Crisis Affects Saudi Kingdom, Arab News
    Yemen: Female education remains key challenge, IRIN
    Military Chiefs Again Skip President Gul’s Reception in Turkey, Arab News
    Islamists Set for Gains in Moroccan Elections, Arab News
    The day of restoration of State Independence of Chechen nation,

    Daily Star



    China Isn't the Villain Behind Dangerous Imports , U.S. News & World Report
    China Lifts the Lid on Foster's New Airport, Guardian Unlimited
    Beijing's Silly Season Begins , Asia Times

    Daily Times

    Nawaz sent packing to Saudi Arabia, DT
    Deportation due to Saudi pressure, DT
    Did deportation violate Constitution?, Akhtar Amin
    Pakistan: 'No offensive designs against anyone', Sajjad Malik
    Concern about missing people in Balochistan, Malik Siraj Akbar
    A million evacuated, stranded by Asia flooding, DT
    Riots spark soul-searching in 'new' India, Alistair Scrutton
    Iran cracks down on 'immorality', DT
    Benazir, back to basics, DT
    PPP: No welcome for Nawaz, Arslan Rafiq Bhatti
    Peace deal with Taliban, Mukarram Khan
    Musharraf's term will end Nov. 15, Irfan Ghauri
    Lawyers boycott courts against Musharraf's re-election bid, DT
    'Deal' may trigger revolt, DT


    Force, guile behind Nawaz exile, Inamullah Khattak, Syed Irfan Raza, Munawar Azeem & Mudassir Iqbal Raja
    If Nawaz had stayed, would have faced court, Dawn
    Few loose ends remain in Benazir deal, M. Ziauddin
    Split within PML over Benazir talks, Ahmed Hassan
    150,000 stranded Pakistanis may get voting rights, Dawn
    Showdown expected over Nawaz; riot police ready, By Khaleeq Kiani and Mohammad Asghar
    Nawaz deportation plan readied, Ahmed Hassan
    Is deportation in contempt of court?, Ashraf Mumtaz

    South East Asia

    Myanmar officials seized by monks, Agencies
    Myanmar investigating into real ownership of factories run under names of nationals,
    Solving the 'Burmese Blues',
    Protesting women suffer untold ignominy by junta,
    Thai reshuffle exposes cracks in military , Asia Times
    The rise and rise of a Cambodian capitalist, Asia Times
    Typical headline in Vietnamese newspaper: 'Vietnam to quadruple airport capacity by 2020',
    Oliver Stone in Vietnam for My Lai massacre film,
    Malaysian timber industry to benefit from nuclear technology, need a nuke plant too,
    Malaysia: Soft Loans for Reforestation of Deforestation?, IPS
    Malaysia/Indonesia: Ethnic Ties Won't Paper Over Class Differences, IPS
    Jakarta seals Russian arms deal, Al Jazeera
    Indonesia; Did gas drilling well or geology cause disasterous mud flow?, Reuters
    US digs in deeper in the Philippines hoping to re-establish bases, Asia Times
    Manila's talks with Muslim rebels delayed further, Reuters

    Asia Times, opinion

    The Hindu, news


    Somalia: Seven Killed in firefight in Bakara Market in Mogadishu, allAfrica
    Somalia: In Mogadishu 'Every day we heard explosions', IRIN
    Kenya/Somalia: Continued border closure hurting livelihoods, IRIN
    Islamic Courts at Eritrea meeting, want Ethiopian troops out of Somalia, Al Jazeera
    Ethiopia will have universal primary healthcare before the US does, IRIN
    Darfur shocks and humbles UN chief, Al Jazeera
    Darfur Groups Ask U.S. Mutual Funds to Drop Chinese Oil Majors, IPS
    Satellite images used to document human rights violations in Darfur, IPS
    Sudan has drones, is pursuing missiles, Mail and Guardian
    Gambia's justice delivery system has tremendously improved, The Daily Observer
    Sierra Leone: Not a lot of guns but a lot of frustration, IRIN
    Sierra Leone: Election Violence Disturbs Business in Freetown, Concord Times (Freetown)
    Togo: Floods kill at least 17, cut off access to some 60,000 people, IRIN
    Ghana: old Cedi already being rejected by merchants during currency conversion, allAfrica
    Shell to resume operations in troubled Nigerian delta region,
    Uganda diaries: George Oringa, 27, a paralegal at Pabbo camp, in Uganda, IRIN
    Burundi: Hundreds flee as 20 die in rebel clashes near capital, IRIN
    Crumbling Zimbabwe is ripe for corruption, Mail and Guardian
    Zimbabwe: Youth militia camps may close due to lack of funds, IRIN
    Four possible successors to Mugabe: Tired old goats and praise-singers, Zimbabwe Independent
    South Africa/Zimbabwe: Report dismisses 'human tsunami of migrants' claim, IRIN
    Commodity boom eats into aid for world's hungry, Reuters

    Mail and Guardian



    US: NASA Gives Google Founders a Coveted Parking Place for Their Private Jet, Helft
    China: An Opportunity for Wall St. in China’s Surveillance Boom, Bradsher
    Chile: Pascua Lama payoff disputed by Chile locals, Pollard

    Bill Moyers Journal

    Poet Robert Bly on greed in America & Grace Lee Boggs on civil rights, Moyers


    Understanding the Contemporary Republican Party: Authoritarians Have Taken Control (Pt. 1), John Dean

    Drug Corp Watch

    Glaxo Diabetes Drug Raises Heart Risk, Andrea Gerlin and Michelle Fay Cortez
    U.S. Unlikely To Approve Novartis Drug, Anita Greil
    Non-Drug Treatment Touted for Preschoolers with ADHD , Dr Joseph Mercola
    Ohio Medicaid Program Gets $676K in Drug Firm Settlement , Business Courier of Cincinnati
    Avandia Should be Pulled, Say Authors of Studies, Rita Rubin
    FDA Criticized After Study Finds Drug-Related Deaths Up, Bruce Japsen
    FDA, Pfizer Warn On Impurities in HIV Drug, Jennifer Corbett Dooren
    For Congress, an Opportunity to Limit Conflicts of Interest at FDA , Matt Madia

    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

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