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Recent Bush Watch Features

Energy Bulletin: Peak Universe , James Howard Kunstler
Kids' Health: U.S. Rep. (CAL) Tells It Like It Is , Pete Stark
Campaign Trail: Our Man Goes Faulkner in Dearborn, Michigan , William Smith
Prez primary scam: Why and how the game is rigged , Michael Scherer
Bush Watch Feature: Cartoon Caption Contest , the editors
Bush Watch Exclusive: The Wacky World of William Smith , William Smith
Comment: Our Take On The News , politex
Bush Watch Blast: 25 Op-Eds , various
Ed/News: Ex-Prez of Mexico Confirms Bush Watch Allegation Re "Cowboy" Bush , Politex
Ed/News: Greenspan Confirms Bush Watch Allegation Re Iraq Oil War , Politex
Op-Eds: Smirking Chimp Editors' Picks , various
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

Another $200 billion for Bush's ruinous, criminal war. Will the Dems just sign the check?, Ed
NASA's hidden air safety survey, Ed
Rational sentencing: draconian drug sentences destroy countless young lives, Ed
Who doesn't heart Huckabee? He's not mean enough or stupid enough for the religious right, Collins
One problem with having a liar for US president is that our allies don't trust us, won't fight with us, Cohen
We'll always have Putin: he's now in complete control, is he really going to give it up?, Aron
Verses in Wartime: war is intolerable when it is immoral and illegitimate, Turner
Firefighters get control as questions rise, Johnson &Steinhauer
Fires' cost to insurers is in range of $1billion, Treaster
Reality of fire's devastation sets in, McKinley &Moore
Following moratorium trend, court halts Alabama execution, Goodman
Texas judge draws outcry for allowing an execution because of a delayed filing, Blumenthal
'55 'Origin of Life' paper is retracted when prof discovers creationists using it, Dean
Under siege from federal investigators, Blackwater's deadly confidence begins to fray, von Zielbauer &Glanz
Pointless new steps by U.S. against Iranians: they wouldn't dream of banking with us, Cooper
Russia working to limit election observers in a giant step backwards, Chivers
Right confronts Rice over N.Korea policy: why negotiate when you can bomb?, Mazzetti &Broad
How the applause meter rates Bush's pressure on Cuba, Thompson
Congo's army clashing with militias, Gettleman
China says economy grew 11.5% pushing up prices around the world, Bradsher
The sound, not of music, but of control as Chinese government dumbs & deadens pop culture, French
Bill for immigrant students fails test vote in Senate, Preston
Climate change testimony was neutered by the Bushco White House, Revkin
House to put Bush through the child health bill wringer again and again if necessary, Pear
Rice's Blackwater overseer resigns in disgrace: 'efforts in Iraq are in disarray', Broder
Senate backs Bushman judicial nominee: 'a slap in the face to African-Americans &people of good will', Stout
A battle over venture capital for small businesses: the big sharks will dress as lambs, Olson
Top Republican joins Dems in questioning Mukasey on lawless Bush, Shenon


Easing winds help Californian firefighters
30 dead in Pakistan military blast
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi meets junta official
Airbus superjumbo completes first commercial flight
Microsoft to take stake, expand alliance with Facebook
Brent crude price soars to record high above 86 dollars
German economy expected to slow, but not stall

News Bullets

  • Bush Says Missile Defense ‘Urgent’ In Europe
  • Kucinich Pushes Bush Impeachment
  • State Dept. Suspends Iraq Audit of DynCorp
  • Iraqis Weigh Limits On US Military
  • US Prosecution of Muslim Group Ends in Mistrial
  • Congressman: Blackwater Evaded Federal Income Taxes
  • Coal Power Opponents Get New Weapon From Kansas
  • Chertoff Exempts Fence: National Security Trumps Environmental Concern For San Pedro River
  • White House May Stop Plan For Anti-Radiation Pills
  • Bush Asks For Another $189 Billion To Fund His Wars

    Op-Ed Roundup

    Amy Goodman:
    Hold Politicians’ Feet to the Fire
    Russell Mokhiber:
    Jackson Browne Backs Off Support for Pro-Nuke Obama
    Shepherd Bliss:
    Bioneers Evolve and Gain Momentum
    Andrew Greeley:
    Why Those Who Love America Are Feeling Brokenhearted
    Juan Cole:
    The Collapse of Bush’s Foreign Policy
    Robert Scheer:
    War Costs Spiral out of Control
    Neil Macdonald:
    When Is Torture Not Torture?
    Lynn Feinerman:
    What It Means to Get Out and March Against the Wars: October 27, 2007
    Maureen Dowd:
    Madness as Method
    Simon Tisdall:
    Bush’s Plan to Spend Away the Terror
    Thomas Schaller:
    Facing the Reality of America’s Lost War (No, Not That One)
    William Collins:
    A Great Nation, Poisoned by Tom Oliphant:
    The Trap That Is Iraq
    Joe Bageant:
    America’s Good Burghers Living in Debtors’ Prison

    Special: Protests

  • ‘No Nukes’ Rockers Renew Fight Decades Later
  • 60 Arrested Near Capitol At ‘No War No Warming’ Protests
  • Philadelphia Peace-Keeping Rally Draws Throngs of Volunteers
  • Seven Protesters Arrested at Blackwater’s Headquarters
  • World Bank Protesters Hit The Streets In Washington

    Special: U.S.-Turkey Conflict

    Bush offers to bomb Kurds, hs
    Turkey's Parliament back attacks on Iraqi Kurds, Howard
    Turkish Military Shells Northern Iraq & Amasses 60,000 Troops on Border a...
    Iraq fears action 'may escalate', BBC
    Iraq warns Turkey against raids, BBC
    Bush Presses Turkey Not to Invade Iraq, Lightman
    Conflict between Turkey and the US intensifies, Schwarz

    Special: U.S. and the World Economy

    Steep decline in oil production worldwide brings risk of war and unrest, Seager
    A billion here, a billion there: Iraq War nears half a trillion, Baldwin
    US Treasury secretary predicts more damange to come, White

    Special: Al Gore Wins Nobel Prize (continued)

    Al Gore rules out presidential run after Nobel prize
    Gore Wins the Norwegian Primary
    Paul Krugman: Gore Derangement Syndrome
    Al Gore wins Nobel peace prize. This time, no one can take it away from him, Pilkington
    An Oscar. The Nobel Peace Prize. Now, can Al Gore win the presidency?, Cornwell
    Al Gore’s Nobel peace prize seen as a rebuke for Bush , Reid
    Green giant: Al Gore, editorial
    Rooting for Al Gore is a sentimental self-indulgence, Kettle
    Smearing Al Gore: Here We Go Again, Parry
    Jeff Cohen: Can Al Gore Be Trusted?
    Al Gore: Freedom & Security: 2003 Speech to
    Gore Wins Peace Prize: Now What?
    Al Gore and UN climate body win Nobel Peace Prize

    Special: Dictator '08 (continued)

    Hillary Clinton woos Drudge Report.. man who nearly ruined her husband, Goldenberg
    A mixed message for Rudy from the Christian right
    Is the US tired of the Conservatives, or just of George Bush?, Tomasky
    How the Christian right could defeat Rudy -- and make Hillary president
    Giuliani's Christian-right foes to meet again
    The Iran hawks
    Clinton Leads in Iowa, But That Makes Her The Target, Thomma
    Clinton shows femininity to court key constituents, Bombardieri
    The real actors on the GOP stage, Venocci
    Entering crucial stretch, Mitt Romney has less cash available than rival Giuliani, Levenson
    Pundits say Fred Thompson's Social Security plan is risky, fellow candidates keep mum, Kranish
    Clinton vows to check executive power, Bombardieri
    How Obama is playing in Iowa, Jackson

    Today's Alternative Special:Tom Paine

    California: Hold Their Feet To The Fire
    Regulators On Mute
    Wall Street Democrats
    Contractor Use By State Department Has Soared, But Oversight Hasn't
    Iraq And Afghanistan Wars May Total $2.4 Trillion
    Government Official's Testimony On Global Warming Censored By White House
    Showdown In Senate Over Bush Judicial Nominee Accused Of Racist Writings
    Repeat Offender Smithfield Sues Union

    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

    Even closer to the brink: Turkish threat is one more predicted problem Bush ignored in Iraq, Ed
    Montana and Kansas take on Big Coal, Ed
    Getting away with murder, Ed
    Space shuttle Discovery poised to undertake an arduous, risky mission, Ed
    The long, dark night, Herbert
    Make walls, not war , Galbraith
    Lawbreaker in Chief: Mukasey must disavow Bush's un-American concept of executive power, Rubenfeld
    California fires force 500,000 from their homes, Archibold
    New to being dry, the South struggles to adapt, Dewan and Goodman
    U.S. prosecution of Muslim group ends in mistrial, Eaton
    Many red flags preceded a recall of hamburger, Drew &Martin
    Eavesdropping phone companies seeking immunity donate to Senator Rockefeller, Lichtblau &Shane
    College costs outpace inflation rate, Glater
    Turkish premier renews warning over rebels, Burns &Arsu
    Iran limits new nuclear negotiator, Sciolino
    U.S. considering missile defense delay, Knowlton
    India promises to help reconciliation in Burma, Sengupta
    Israeli strikes kill 3 Palestinian militants, Kershner
    Reports assail State Department on Iraq security, Schmitt &Rohde
    Congress doesn't dare censure Stark for his raw truth-telling on Bush and his monstrous war, Stout
    Environmental laws waived to press work on border fence, Preston
    '70s echo in new 'No Nukes' campaign, Herszenhorn

    Boston Globe

    Bush, Gates remarks on Europe missile shield seem at odds , Knowlton
    Huckabee outrunning his GOP companions in presidential race, Lehigh
    Thompson stirs GOP rivals with immigration plan, Levenson

    Chicago Tribune

    Bush faces fires: 'I wish we could control the wind', Silva
    Cheney-Obama connection unites us all, Page


    Firm Blamed for Baghdad Embassy Flaws Gains New Jobs, Strobel
    Consumers Hang in but Economy Slowing, Hall
    Maliki Can't Sstop PKK Attacks, Officials Say, Calvan+Taha
    Another Immigration Measure Goes Nowhere in Congress, Montgomery
    Galloway column: Asking Too Much of Too Few, Galloway
    Activists: Israel Pressuring Ill Palestinians to Be Informers, Nissenbaum
    China Launches Lunar Probe, Joins Asian Race to Moon, Johnson
    Bush Is the Biggest Spender since LBJ, Lightman


    Globe and Mail



    California fires affect 500,000, BBC
    US-Iraqi training contract 'in disarray', BBC
    Missile shield is 'urgent' – Bush, BBC
    Q&A: US missile defence, BBC
    Rice boosts Iraq firms oversight, BBC
    Iraq to ban Kurd rebel operations that are threatening Iraq and Turkey, BBC
    Iran nuclear envoy vows no change, BBC
    Bush eyes Mexico drug fight funds, BBC
    Doubts over Bush plan on Mexico drugs, Lourdes Heredia, BBC


    Turkey attacks Kurdish rebels on Iraqi border, Sarisaka
    Turkey kills 34 Kurdish fighters in northern Iraq, Tran
    Where was the National Guard in the California fires?, Glaister
    Condi's underling walks the plank:Chief in Blackwater row quits(was fired?), Goldenberg
    Clinton and Obama: Staying the course in Iraq, Tom Oliphant
    Bush's blind eye: Is he anti-Islam and pro secular nationalists?, Hiro

    Times Online

    California is not New Orleans: massages, pizza, accupuncture, Baldwin
    NATO declines US plea to send more troops to Afghanistan, Evans


    Kurdish fighters defy the world as bombing begins, Cockburn


    ABC, news

    Latin America

    policymakers the world over have boosted the profits of drug lords and fostered narcostates that would frighten Al Capone.,
    Arrested `Drug Queen' Enthralls Mexico, AP
    Bush a 'windshield cowboy,' Mexico's Fox says, Arizona Republic
    US-Mexico claim drugs blitz 'success' after 25 years of failure, BBC
    Possible Guatemala Presidents Compete, Prensa Latina
    Costa Rica: CAFTA under threat as Vice-President resigns for using dirty tricks,
    Costa Rica United against Trade Deal, Prensa Latina
    Cuba's Che Guevara still inspires, four decades after death, Caribbean NN
    Church Backs Cuban Literacy Program for Haiti, Prensa Latina
    Strike Paralyzes the Dominican Republic, Prensa Latina
    Terrorist Accomplice Enjoys Impunity in El Salvador , Periodico 26
    The Great Powers' Enmity Against Aristide, National Catholic Reporter
    Dozens of Colombia politicians killed ahead of vote, Reuters
    While Ambassadors Lie, the Drug War in Colombia Is More Destructive Than Ever, Narco News
    Venezuela Responds to US Secretary of Defense,
    Venezuela's Foreign Minister on Democracy Now!, Venezuelanalysis
    Using Oil Diplomacy to Sever Venezuela’s Dependence, Venezuelanalysis
    Powerful corporations Brazil's landowning elite a new lease on its degenerate lifestyle, Brazzil
    The Smartest Thing China Could Do Right Now: Invest $ 200 Billion from their US trade surplus in Brazil, Brazzil

    Upside-Down World


    Inter Press Service

    DRC: Hospital's Tale Reveals Missing Children, Brutalised Women , Kher
    Development: Broken Aid Promises Dim Hopes for MDGs , Deen
    Trade: EU Talks Tough with the Poor , Cronin
    Nicaragua: Of Forests, Floods, Fatalities and Famine , Silva
    Politics-US: Bush Rules Out Any Détente with Cuba , Lobe
    US-Iraq: Ill-Equipped Soldiers Opt for 'Search and Avoid' , Jamail
    Corruption: Little Check on Czechs , Dujisin
    Migration: Fortress Europe Should Lower Its Drawbridge, Says NGO , Fraerman
    Rights-Malaysia: Damages Award Exposes Internal Security Act , Netto
    Egypt: Strikes Sound a New Warning , Morrow+al-Omrani
    Environment-India: Tigers Lose in Park vs People Conflict , Shankar

    Der Spiegel

    International Herald Tribune

    Radio Paris (WNN)

    Middle East


    FM calls for post-summit peace team to deal with 'core issues', Barak Ravid
    IAEA head warns against rushing to use force to curb Iran nukes, Agencies
    PM Olmert and Sarkozy meet in Paris for first official tete-a-tete, Aluf Benn
    Rabin assassin's wife: Yigal Amir sacrificed himself for his people, staff
    Jewish Republicans as an oppressed minority, Bradley Burston
    Putin is walking a nuclear tighrope in Iran, Yossi Melman
    Christian-Jewish group bringing dozens of Iranian Jews to Israel, AP

    Al Jazeera

    Turkey weighs PKK raid response, Al Jazeera
    Scores killed in US Iraq raid, Agencies
    Lebanon presidential vote postponed, Agencies
    Palestinian factions clash in Gaza, Agencies
    Caspian summit rejects Iran attack, Al Jazeera

    The Middle East

    Headlines from the Arab press, MET
    Corruption and partition are the headlines in another dismal week in occupied Iraq, Al-Ahram
    Plans to partition Iraq are causing a political earthquake, Al-Ahram
    The future of the Arab world for generations to come hangs on whether or not the US succeeds in partitioning Iraq, Al-Ahram
    Outraged Iraqis condemn killings by foreign guards, MET
    Editorial: Blackwater Goons, Arab News
    At last, some good news from Iraq, Asia Times
    Abbas Asks for Return of All Occupied Land, Arab News
    Mearsheimer, Walt and the Israel Lobby: Two knights and a dragon, Arab News
    Israeli Land Seizure to Cut West Bank in Two, Arab News
    Jordan slams Israeli land grab, MET
    Route 443 – West Bank road for Israelis only, B'Tselem
    Israeli security conditions the health of sick Palestinians on their becoming informants, Al-Ahram
    The Arabs' possible gains and concessions in the next peace meeting, Al-Ahram
    There is little chance of Israel and the PA bridging divisions, Al-Ahram
    The clock is ticking in the search for a Lebanese president, Al-Ahram
    Ahmadinejad scores 'fair' in mid-term report, Asia Times
    Bullying impedes dialogue between Islamic and Western world, Tehran Times
    War Cries Against Iran, Arab News
    From Washington to war in Waziristan, Asia Times
    Benazir Bhutto interview: 'How we plan to control the military', Arab News
    Turkey set to attack Kurds in Iraq, Asia Times
    Turkey is rightly furious at Sunday’s killing of 12 soldiers by Kurdish rebels, Arab News
    Turkey plans long stay in northern Iraq, Zaman Daily
    Turkey mobilizes to take on Kurdish terror group, Turkish Daily News
    Oil Should Be Above $100, Qatar Says, Arab News
    Western conceptions of gender and feminism are skewed towards imposing Western values on the non-Western world, Al-Ahram
    Depleted uranium an enduring risk, Uruknet

    Daily Star



    China Lunches Its First Lunar Orbiter, Los Angeles Times
    Trilateral Meeting Focuses on Co-op, China Daily
    The market Embraces China's Leaders, Asia Times
    China, Russia: No to Myanmar Sanctions, AP
    Protesters Demand Suu Kyi Release, CNN
    Chinese Favor Bourses, Bullion over Banks, Asia Times

    South East Asia

    Search increases for cameras and mobiles in Rangoon, Mizzima News
    Buddhists don't kill: ' The soldiers are soldiers first and Buddhists last.', Mizzima News
    Aung San Suu Kyi is the last hope, Mizzima News
    UN envoy meets Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Mizzima News
    Cracks emerge in Myanmar military unity, Asia Times
    Myanmar defends crackdown, Al Jazeera
    Hints of Myanmar power struggle, Al Jazeera
    Whiteshirts - Burma Junta's Storm Troopers, IPS
    Blast hits Thai army headquarters, Al Jazeera
    Coordinated bombings rock the South of Thailand, Bankok Post
    Doesn't anyone have a policy in Thailand?, Bankok Post
    Indonesia can push for major reform in Myanmar, Jakarta Post
    Philippine Elections Chief Resigns Amid Bribery Allegations, Arab News

    Asia Times, opinion

    SPENGLER : The devil and Alan Greenspan
    Economy: No such thing as a Sure Thing
    Cracks emerge in Myanmar military unity
    Al-Qaeda wants a part of Afghan talks
    An anti-US, anti-al-Qaeda voice is silenced
    China reshuffle sends message to Taiwan
    FILM REVIEW : A failed kingdom ; The Kingdom directed by Peter Berg
    Ahmadinejad and Bush: Mirror men

    The Hindu, news


    Fifteen years of conflicts have cost Africa around $300bn, Oxfam
    First global Arms Trade Treaty would particularly benefit Africa, IRIN
    Eritrea President says Ethiopia border issues 'must be resolved', IRIN
    Eritrea: Eid Al-Fetir Colorfully Celebrated Nationwide, Shabait
    Mogadishu: Ethiopian base in a former spaghetti plant attacked overnight, Shabelle News
    Somalia: Ministers demand confidence vote, IRIN
    Disintigration of Somalia makes it a perfect place to dump European nuclear waste, Ethiopian Reporter
    Sudan: Darfur attack by government forces 'targeted women and children', IRIN
    Rebel Pullout from Sudan Talks Sparks War Fears Among Neighbors, Monitor (Kampala)
    Sudan: Partition as Possible Alternative to Conflict [editorial] , Monitor (Kampala)
    Mali: Rural youth rarely find fortunes in the city, IRIN
    Niger: Uranium - blessing or curse?, IRIN
    Liberia: Post-conflict dilemma – should health care be free?, IRIN
    Ghana: Country Loses $772.4 Million to Malaria Yearly. Health is not produced in hospitals., Public Agenda (Accra)
    The culture of electoral fraud in Cameroon , The Post (Buea)
    Nigeria Accuses Eastern Europe over Arms in Niger Delta, This Day (Lagos)
    Criminal Politics: Violence, “Godfathers” and Corruption in Nigeria, Human Rights Watch
    Nigerian Federal Government Faults Human Rights Report, This Day (Lagos)
    Nigeria: Unknown Number Burnt to Death in Shell Pipeline Fire, Vanguard (Lagos)
    DR Congo: Thousands of youth risk forced recruitment into militia, IRIN
    DR Congo rebels in standoff, Al Jazeera
    Uganda: 'Corruption rampant at borders' - Report, New Vision (Kampala)
    Urban conflict - fighting for resources in Nairobi slums example of global problem, IRIN
    We now have to contend — yet again — with the spectre of vote-buying in Kenya, The Standard (Nairobi)
    Scenes of extra-judicial ‘executions’ shock outlying districts, The Standard (Nairobi)
    Robert Mugabe’s succession crisis deepened yesterday, Zimbabwe Independent
    Southern Africa's Bushmen face threat to hunter-gatherer lifestyle, Mail and Guardian
    US court gives nod to apartheid claims against dozens of major companies, Mail and Guardian
    Aids affecting Mozambican education, killing 1,000 teachers each year , Al Jazeera

    Mail and Guardian


    Drug Corp Watch

    Doctor Training: Drug Companies Invest in their Salesforce, WDDTY
    Diagnosis or Drug? Will Pharmaceutical Companies or Diagnostics Manufacturers Earn More from Personalized Medicine?, Jim Kling
    White House Censors CDC Official's Testimony on Climate Change and Health, Brandon Keim
    CDC: No Intestinal Problem Link With Merck Rotavirus Vaccine?, Jennifer Corbett Dooren
    The Administration’s War on Science — Revisited, Steve Benen
    FDA Adds Warning to Cephalon's Provigil Sleep Drug, Reuters
    FDA Eyes New Boxed Warning on Glaxo's Avandia, Reuters
    U.S. FDA Cites Sanofi for Shoddy Study Oversight, Kim Dixon
    FDA Sends Sanofi Warning Letter for Ketek Study,
    Provigil (modafinil) Tablets, FDA
    Glaxo Net Falls, Missing Estimates; Job Cuts Planned , Andrea Gerlin
    Breast Cancer Industry A Scam? Support Education, Not Medication, Mike Adams
    Cancer, Chemicals and History , Jon Wiener


    US: F.D.A. Panel Urges Ban on Medicine for Child Colds, Harris
    US: Fight Against Coal Plants Draws Diverse Partners, Moran
    US: Clinton Bucks The Trend and Rakes in Cash From The US Weapons Industry, Doyle
    US: V.A. Is Limiting Use of Diabetes Drug, NY Times
    US: Homeland Security's Use of Contractors Is Questioned, Hsu

    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


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