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Prez primary scam: Why and how the game is rigged , Michael Scherer
Bush Watch Exclusive: The Wacky World of William Smith , William Smith
Comment: Our Take On The News , politex
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Ed/News: Greenspan Confirms Bush Watch Allegation Re Iraq Oil War , Politex
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
The Party Line: Why A Republican Vote Is A Racist Vote, Paul Krugman
GOP Plot: Let's Dump The Undemocratic Electoral College, NYT Ed
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
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Editorial: Are the Dems Fascist Lite? Bush Watch
Destroying the Constitution: Our Fascist Government, BW Editorial

News Roundup

Democrats wake up to being the party of the rich, Franc
Liars in high places: can honorable politicians survive this sleazy, ruinous game?, Letters
The Bush administration believes voting rights are something only Dems should care about, Ed
Putting an end to abusive lending, Ed
Legal loopholes in Iraq: sly Condoleeza knows 'lacuna' was created by the very administration she serves, Ed
Bush has made a sneaking creep out of Uncle Sam: if only there were telecoms listening in on his criminal conversations, Ashcroft
Sarkozy rushes to Washington, yapping,squirming &panting, to leap into the arms of his master, Cohen
Wobbled by wealth: too many Americans have hubrile dementia (minds unhinged by money and power), Krugman
Pakistan rounds up Musharraf's political foes, Bush takes copious notes, Perlez &Rohde
Bush uses US tax dollars to aid Musharraf's military in manacling dissent not in fighting Al Qaeda, Sanger &Rohde
In Mexico, residents contend with a flooded city, Malkin
Olmert backs mideast peace conference, Cooper
Gates in Beijing for talks on military buildup, Shanker
US calls Russian radar good, but not exact enough for tracking plan, Shanker
Kurdish rebels free Turkish soldiers, Oppel Jr.
Different rules when rival is a woman: is Clinton hiding her Bush behind her apron skirts?, Nagourney &Healy
Fixing broken Citigroup will test even Robert Rubin, Dash
Are women's rights human rights? The U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals thinks not, Liptak
In Portland, cultivating a culture of two wheels, Yardley
Writers begin strike as talks break off, Cieply
Obama plays convincing Obama in a skit mocking Clinton, Seelye
Edwards says Clinton votes in Washington like a (Bush)hawk while campaigning as a dove, Zeleny &Cooper
Republicans with their Dem double agents, back Mukasey despite his Bushcultian dodges on torture, AP

The issue is torture: voices of outrage, Letters
Africa's chance: a glimmer of hope in sub-Saharan Africa, Ed
Starting over in Texas: the corrupt juvenile system there should be razed and rebuilt from scratch, Ed
Marijuana and college aid, Ed
Prostates and prejudices: Giuliani is a a glib, practiced and habitual liar on so many issues, Krugman
How Iraq's elections set back democracy, Allawi
Snowflakes happen: the bizarre musings of Ronald Dumsfeld, Harshaw
Bush stamps his feet, screams 'no fair' as new torture chum Mukasey gets thumbs down, Stolberg
Militants draw new front line inside Pakistan, Perlez
Obama envisions new Iran approach, Gordon &Zeleny
Efforts to save the Everglades falter as funds drop: the Bush brothers are just letting it die, Goodnough
Israel destroys 7 Gaza tunnels, Kershner
Gates says Iran gave assurances on explosives, Shanker
Britain praises Iraqi Kurds' efforts to end crisis, Oppel Jr.
Obama says there are no good options in Iraq, Gordon &Zeleny
Expecting presidential veto, Senate passes child health measure, Pear
F.D.A. 'cannot guarantee' the safety of the nation's drug supply, Bogdanich
Schumer's support for Mukasey has become a big headache for him, Herszenhorn
Obama's Iran resolution would nullify the Senate vote giving Bush the benefit of the doubt, Philips &Alexovich


News Bullets

  • Impeachment 'Off The Table'? - Kucinich To Put It On The Floor
  • Retired General Dunlavey: Guantanamo Mission Came Straight From Bush, Rumsfeld
  • USAF Struck Syrian Nuclear Site
  • Neighbors: Code Pink Quiet
  • Iraqi Deaths Up In October In Blow to US ‘Surge’ Policy
  • Toxins Threaten to Uproot Entire Town
  • Push To Build “Green” Homes Picks Up Steam
  • Obama Introduces Iran Measure In Senate
  • Groups Seek Stop to Comcast Net Meddling
  • Iraq: Where Better Security Brings No Reassurance
  • Israel Urged to Aid Oil-Stained Lebanon
  • Poll: Most OK Birth Control for Schools
  • 47 Million Americans Lack Health Insurance: Report
  • Disappointed With Farm Bill Subsidies, Reformers To Step Up Fight
  • Did Blackwater Sneak Silencers Into Iraq?
  • Poll Shows Vermonters In Favor of Impeachment
  • In Nicaragua At-Risk Pregnancy Means Death or Prison
  • Nordic Nations Sound Alarm Over Melting Arctic
  • Whalers and Surfers Tussle At Sea
  • Waterboarding Is Torture - I Did It Myself, says US Advisor
  • US Anti-War Activist Ordered Out of Canada, Barred For Two Years
  • Wis. Teacher Protests No Child Left Behind Law by Sitting Out Testing; Discipline Threatened

    Op-Ed Roundup

    Ian Williams:
    Déjà Vu All Over Again
    Joseph Galloway:
    Attacking Iran Makes No Sense
    Tariq Ali:
    Pakistan Takes Yet Another Step into the Dark Night
    Michael Pollan:
    Weed It and Reap
    Frank Rich:
    Noun + Verb + 9/11 + Iran = Democrats’ Defeat?
    César Chelala:
    Indigenous Rights Champion Fights On
    Tom Hayden:
    San Francisco No Longer Sweat-Free
    Katrina Vanden Heuvel:
    Waterboarding Justice
    Rami G. Khouri:
    Karen Hughes’ Two-Year Halloween
    Haroon Siddiqui:
    Humanitarian Tsunami Sweeping Across Iraq
    Saturday, November 03
    Ray McGovern:
    Iraq’s Early Vietnam Moment
    Amitabh Pal:
    Hiroshima Bomber Unrepentant till Death
    John Brown:
    Karen Hughes: Out to Pasture
    Robert Fisk:
    Rendition: Warning, This Film Could Make You Very Angry
    Barbara Ehrenreich:
    The Gap: New Frontiers in Child Abuse
    Josh Freedman Berthoud:
    Evangelical American Christians & Jews: Friends and Enemies
    Christopher Brauchli:
    ‘The Tongue Can No Man Tame’
    Tim Rutten:
    Regarding Media
    The Independent/UK:
    Snowflakes and Scare-Mongering
    Friday, November 02
    Medea Benjamin:
    George Bush and CODEPINK: Women for Peace
    John Nichols:
    Frances Moore Lappé’s Recipe for Radical Renewal
    Chris Cooper:
    It Don’t Look Like They’re Here to Deliver the Mail
    David Haven Blake:
    Prophetic Face in the Crowd
    Naomi Klein:
    Rapture Rescue 911: Disaster Response for the Chosen
    Robert Shetterly:
    Mountaintop Removal and Kitty Genovese
    John Dean:
    Political Processes Matter
    Tony Norman:
    The Tortured Logic of the Torturers
    Paul Krugman:
    Prostates and Prejudices
    Robert Naiman:
    Deescalate with Iran: Free the Irbil Five
    Arnie Alpert:
    Clinton Must Speak Clearly on Nukes
    Arianna Huffington:
    Unhinged: Giuliani Buys Into His Own Testosterone-Fueled Myth
    Helen Thomas:
    Giuliani Follows Hard-Liners’ Script

    Today's Alternative Special: Counterpoint

      Pakistan Sinks Deeper Into the Night , Ali
      Why the U.S. is Safeguarding Iraq's War Criminals , Amiri
      Is the Bush Administration Talking Itself Into a War With Iran?  , Fantina
      The Easy Way to Stop the Looming US Attack on Iran , Lindorff
      Pakistan in a Daze , Khan


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    United States

    New York Times

    Torture and the attorneys general: Mukasey's creepy waffling on torture totally disqualifies him, Ed
    Playing Sudan's game, Ed
    America's lagging health care system, Ed
    A little hope for Amtrak: the most civilized way to travel in America, Ed
    Hillary vs everybody: isn't she just another shadow gov operative in ewe's clothing?, Collins
    Afghanistan at the brink: they revile Bush and America, Cohen
    How to try a terrorist: Mukasey has obviously 'fallen into shadow', his nomination must be rejected, Coughenour
    Requiem for the last American soldier to die in Iraq, Turner
    George Bush has forced the U.S. on to the sidelines of global trends, Slaughter
    Mukasey's wide pro-torture stance designed to avoid criminal prosecutions of Bush torturers, Shane
    Is there any room at the top for black executives?, Stodghill
    Immigration is ammo for Clinton rivals: she wants to have her illegals and punish them too, Santora
    Blackwater mounts a defense with top Washington legal moguls, Broder &Risen
    Price of oil reaches $96 per barrel: this is what Armageddon is really all about, AP
    Japan ends Afghan naval mission: the Japanese public won't support Bush's illegal wars, Onishi
    Saudi king hits a few bumps in his visit to Britain, accusing MI5 of ignoring 7/7 warnings as Bush ignored 9/11 intelligence, Lyall
    Iraq asks for Iran's help in calming Kurdish crisis, Rubin
    Foreign service officers resist mandatory Iraq postings: 'a potential death sentence', Cooper
    Health care for bridges: a search for diagnostic tools, Wald
    Child health care bill advances in Senate: Bush is howling, Pear
    Karen Hughes is leaving with an 'F' as U.S. image plummets across the Muslim world, Cooper

    Boston Globe

    New Hampshire turns blue, Kranish
    Term 'Islamofacism' is a lazy, simplistic analogy, Ed

    Chicago Tribune

    Mondale endorses Clinton's bid for White House, Silva
    Among 2 million Iraqi refugees, few allowed in U.S., Brown


    Experts: No Evidence of Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program, Landay
    Winter Might be Turkey's Worst Foe in Iraq, Schofield
    Despite Warnings, Bush Officials Couldn't Stop Musharraf, Schoof+Strobel
    Rice Fails to Ease Turkey's Anger Over Kurdish Rebels, Schofield+Calvan
    Turks Demand Action, Not Words, Schofield
    Iraqi Kurds Fear Fight with Turkey Will Damage Economy, Calvan
    New Hampshire Republicans Fired Up Over Immigration, Lightman
    Gadhafi's Role in Darfur Talks Sets Back New Image as Statesman, Bengali
    3 Southern States Inch Toward Compromise on Wwater Demands, Abdullah
    Crackdown Urged on 'Fee-Harvester' Credit Cards, Pugh
    Bush Strongly Defends Embattled Mukasey, Lightman
    In Winning Protest Case, Father Vows to Pput Church Out of Business, Hotakainen


    Globe and Mail



    Musharraf faces US aid pressure, BBC
    West faces new Pakistan dilemma, Paul Reynolds, BBC
    Global poll shows most people are ready for 'green sacrifices', BBC
    US mayors meet on climate change, BBC
    Foreclosure wave sweeps America, Steve Schifferes, BBC, BBC
    Dollar at fresh low against euro, BBC
    Rice urges Middle East peace deal, BBC
    US army contracting alarms panel, BBC
    Cheney makes geographical gaffe, BBC


    Musharraf warned: hold elections and quit as army chief, Walsh
    Washington has no option except to back Musharraf , Editorial
    Pakistan on the brink of chaos, Preston
    Citibank president quits over subprime losses, Clark
    Deja vu all over again: US attacks nuclear inspectors again, Williams
    World faces worst financial crisis in 30 years, Hutton
    Pakistan takes yet another step into the dark night, Tariq Ali
    'Rendition': a film to make you very angry, Robert Fisk

    Financial Times

    Diplomacy is the only hope on Iran, Crook

    Times Online

    Pakistan under martial law, Hussein
    Turkey demands military deal with Bush as price for holding back troops, Haynes
    Saudi Arabia: Terrorist and Oil Supplier to the World, Fielding
    Family honor murders in Iraq: stonings of teen-age girls, Jaber


    Musharraf has lost his marbles as he attacks progressives, Jahangir
    US's hollow threat to withhold money to Pakistan, Buncombe
    Pakistan: The desperate act of a weak and rattled president, Editorial
    Waterboarding is grotesque, barbarous torture that destroys the humanity of anyone one that uses it, Doyle


    ABC, news

    Latin America

    World's policymakers have boosted the profits of drug lords and fostered narcostates ,
    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

    Politics-Pakistan: 'Judicial Activism' Triggered Emergency , Sarwar
    Politics-Pakistan: Pro-Taliban Militants Grip Swat Valley, Defy Army , Yusufzai
    Q&A: 'We Need Partners, Not Masters' , Interview with Evo Morales
    Colombia: Malaria Winning the Battle in Chocó , Vieira+Cariboni
    Trade-Kenya: Court Bid to Stop EPA ''Human Rights Violations'' , Omungo
    Asia: Water Services - Fee or Free? , Shahzad
    Turkey: Rice Moves to Stall Another Iraq Invasion , Couvas
    World Social Forum: Highlighting the Amazon’s Diversity , Osava

    Der Spiegel

    International Herald Tribune

    Radio Paris (WNN)

    Middle East


    The IDF in Gaza / Advantage over Hamas is shrinking, Amos Harel
    Court orders Jewish town to set aside land for Arabs, Jack Khoury
    Arab MKs: Bid to bar trips to enemy states is 'racist', Shahar Ilan
    U.S. renews pressure on Israel to remove W. Bank outposts, Aluf Benn
    Israel to UN: Hezbollah has tripled its land-to-sea missile arsenal, Barak Ravid
    Annapolis - The summit of all fears, Shmuel Rosner

    Al Jazeera

    Blast kills Iraqi police recruits, Al Jazeera
    US 'to tighten security firm rules', Agencies
    Iraq's largest dam is in danger of collapsing and killing tens of thousands, Agencies
    Israel threatens Gaza invasion, Agencies
    Deadly Israeli raids in Gaza, Agencies
    Egypt plans nuclear programme, Al Jazeera
    Turkey troops kill Kurdish fighters, Agencies
    Taliban claims strategic advance, Al Jazeera
    'Scores killed' in Afghan fighting, Agencies
    Nato seeks Afghan reinforcements, Agencies

    Middle East

    The US-led invasion of Iraq has created the Middle East's second-largest refugee crisis, MET
    Sentiment grows in oil-hungry US for extended Mideast presence, MET
    Turkey escalates tone against Iraqi Kurd leaders, MET
    Plan B (for 'bombs') after Iran fantasy fails, Asia Times
    'War on terror' is now war on Iran, Asia Times
    No end to US's war budget woes, Asia Times
    End of the US guns and butter economy economy in sight, Asia Times
    Settler violence, lack of land access, make for bitter olive harvest in W Bank, IRIN
    Economic reforms threaten social unrest in Syria, IRIN
    Did people scavenge for food in garbage bins in Saddam's Iraq?, IRIN
    Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: Iran’s scientific progress has angered arrogant powers, Tehran Times
    Islamic Revolution Guards will give a crushing response to any aggression, Tehran Times
    Desmond Tutu: Realizing God's Dream for the Holy Land, Palestine Chronicle
    Getting into concentration camp Gaza is a convoluted, Kafkaesque process, Palestine Chronicle
    US plans for Iran are the same as those it had for Iraq, Al-Ahram
    Iraq faces a possible Turkish invasion in the north, Al-Ahram
    Search And Avoid’ Missions: A Lot Of People Have Stopped Fighting The War On The Ground,
    Ecuador Demands a military base in Miami , Uruknet
    Taliban Fighters Move in Near Kandahar for First Time Since 2001,

    Daily Star



    Internet Becomes Important Channel for Chinese Public's Political Participation, People's Daily
    Gates in China for Military Talks, AFP
    China Is Consuming More Oil Than Ever Before , BBC News

    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)

    Mail and Guardian


    World Socialist Web

    Stock market gyrations fueled by credit, housing market crises, Grey
    Democrats cave in on torture: Key senators back attorney general nominee, Van Auken


    US: Energy Dept. Audit Finds Overcharges On Contracts Alleged 'Padding' By KBR Affiliate, Hedgpeth
    Colombia: Foreign Firms Cash in on Generous Mining Code, Arsenault
    US: Democrats Criticize Immunity Offers to Guards, Johnston

    World Socialist Web

    The New York Times and Bush’s threat of World War III, Van Auken
    Another Guantánamo military officer condemns prisoner tribunals, Spencer


    Reducing US Casualties By Killing More Civilians , Lindorff
    Who Would You Believe? Revenging Bloodshed , Cloughley
    The Fraudulent War on Terror , Roberts
    Murdoch's Cuckoo's Nest , Whitney

    Drug Corp Watch

    FDA's Scrutiny Of Drug Makers Abroad Faulted, Anna Wilde Mathews
    Provigil Side Effects include Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS)FDA Warns, Resource 4 Defective Drugs
    Lead May Poison Kids at Lower Levels, Says Report, News Staff
    UW Sees Red on Ebola Lab: Research Halted Here, but Goes on Elsewhere, Steven Elbow
    Report Details CDC Spending,
    Government: Vaccines threaten up to 44,000 soldiers,
    US Drug Sales Will Fall 17 Percent , Matthew Perrone
    Doctors Outraged Company to Limit Cheaper Vision Drug , Anne Geggis
    Pfizer Pulls Plug on Exubera, New Insulin Product, Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon
    Wyeth Says Regulator is Creating Monopolies, Christopher Bowe
    Eli Lilly's Big Battle, Matthew Herper
    U.S. FDA Disapproves Glaxo's Anti-Depression Drug, All Headline News
    Off Target in the War on Cancer, Devra Davis
    FDA Overseas Inspections Are A Foreign Concept , Ed Silverman
    Read This Before You Get a Flu Shot, Sarah Clachar
    FDA Seizes Unsanitary Drugs from General Therapeutics, St. Louis Business Journal
    Toy Recall Puts Attention on Lead Poisoning, Will Dunham
    Drug Company Perks to Doctors Criticized, Spark New Disclosure Laws,
    September: A Banner Month For Drug Industry Crime, Herb Newborg
    Government: Vaccines Threaten Up to 44,000 Soldiers,
    Alzheimer's Cold Sore Virus Link , BBC
    Foreign Drugs Get Little Scrutiny by FDA , Andrew Bridges

    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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