July 2
Michael Moore | You see, George, it&#0146s not the lying and the doctoring of intelligence that has me all upset. It&#0146s that you&#0146ve had control of Iraq for over two months now and you couldn&#0146t even fin
July 2
Graeme Smith | Saskatoon Police Chief Russell Sabo stretches his arms out in a gesture of helplessness as if he&#0146s being tugged in opposite directions. He&#0146s trying to explain why his own officers have over
July 2
Matthew Riemer | Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and his populous Muslim country will play a vital role in the Bush administration’s plans for Central and South Asia. But Pakistan’s storied and rich pa
July 1
Kamal Ahmed and Martin Bright | The unprecedented row between the Government and the BBC took a dramatic twist last night when Andrew Gilligan, the reporter at the centre of claims that Number 10 deliberately 'sexed up' evidence ag
July 1
Ian Black | Silvio Berlusconi, Italy&#0146s controversial prime minister, who takes over the European Union presidency for the next six months, turned his fire on France and Germany by warning that Europe must n
July 1
Steven Hill | Progressives, people of color and women advocates, stuck in the doldrums of Bush&#0146s America, should look toward Scotland and Wales for relief. Grounded in new &#0147full representation&#0148 voti
June 30
Jim Lobe | Measures taken by the U.S. against Arab and Muslim immigrants after 9/11 have not only failed to protect U.S. security, but may have made it more vulnerable, according to a major report released last
June 30
Ricardo Grassi | The war in Iraq has made the entire population of 27 million dependent on food aid, leaders of aid programs say. Before the war that the U.S. and Britain launched March 20 to remove the Saddam Hussei
rabble news June 30
Chris Vedelago | Canadians are accustomed to ongoing debate about media concentration and media ownership. In Australia, the debate goes on &#0151 and the negotiations for a new law have failed.
June 30
Richard Black | The organization responsible for setting global food safety guidelines is expected to adopt new standards on assessing genetically modified foods at a meeting in Rome. Plans for the meeting are curre
rabble news June 28
Allison Gifford | On the evening of June 27th, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular Greenwich Village gay bar. Although police raids were common at the time, that night the crowds in the bar,
June 27
Vandana Shiva | Monsanto, through the U.S. government, is trying desperately to reverse its failing fortunes by creating markets for its genetically engineered crops (GMOs) through coercion and corruption. The E.U.,
June 27
Greg Palast | Well, actually, he’s not. How the American media distorted events in Venezuela beyond all recognition is clear to one BBC journalist who reported from there.
June 26
Stefan Christoff | CKUT&#146;s Stefan Christoff speaks with Syed Saleem Shahzad, a journalist for the <i>Asia Times</i> based in Karachi, Pakistan. Shahzad has been covering negotiations dealing with the current politi
June 26
Syed Saleem Shahzad | Such is the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan, compounded by the return to the country of a large number of former Afghan communist refugees, that United States and Pakistani intelligen
June 26
Matthew Riemer | American journalism seems to believe in a theoretical yet attainable state of objectivity &#151; that, in a way, journalism is more of a science that can be practiced very exactly, not a profession o
rabble news June 26
Janet Conway | At this year&#226;e(TM)s World Social Forum, indigenous, ecological, and grassroots feminist perspectives on strategies for social change grounded in civil society, local communities, and socialized
June 26
Daphne Eviatar | Although correspondent Tom Mintier and CNN refuse to discuss it, reporters in Doha at the time say his question about Jessica Lynch seemed to have been prompted. &#147;That was the scuttlebutt,&#148;
June 25
Steven Rosenfeld | The fact that the Bush administration has not found Iraqi weapons of mass destruction goes far deeper than whether the White House can be trusted. The lingering WMD question reveals that this adminis
June 25
Rod Mickleburgh | North America&#146;s first sanctioned injection site for illegal drug-users could be up and running by September, after Health Canada yesterday granted the proposed venue an unprecedented exemption f
June 25
Rory Carroll | Every night, thousands of small figures emerge from grass huts and tramp towards the town of Kitgum. Out in the bush, unseen, are other children: the seekers armed with AK-47s, clubs and knives. If t
June 25
Daniel Youngberg | Fewer people were protesting the WTO meetings in Sacramento yesterday than on the previous three days, but energy was still high. Police struck brutally, splitting the crowd and squeezing it with hor
June 24
Adrienne Lamb | Within five years of operation, the Aboriginal Voices Radio Network has been able to get licenses in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and Kitchener-Waterloo. The network is hoping to add Montreal
June 24
Roy S. Carson | A move by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez Frias to replace the U.S. dollar with the Euro is seen as upsetting Washington more than when Iraq&#146;s Saddam Hussein started using the Euro for oil tran
June 24
Donna Abu-Nasr | Sgt. David J. Borell was approached by an Iraqi and his three children, burned when they set fire to a bag containing explosive powder left over from war in Iraq. Borell immediately called for assist
June 23
Phil Reeves | A provincial minister told the state&#146;s legislature this weekend that there had been 144 alleged custodial killings by security agencies and local police since 1989, when violence erupted in Indi
rabble news June 23
Finn Harvor | The Korean War was staggering in its cost. It took twice the number of lives as the Vietnam War, and flattened much of the country. Today, in a more prosperous country, the war&#226;e(TM)s survivors
June 23
Paul Ames | Facing a U.S. threat to force NATO&#146;s headquarters out of Brussels, the Belgian government agreed Sunday to change a war crimes law used to target President Bush and other prominent Americans.
June 23
Bob Graham | At first glance they resemble brave and honest men united in common purpose. But a closer look at these American GIs reveals the glazed eyes and limp expressions of those who have witnessed a war the
rabble news June 20
David Bernans | Pierre Bourgault&#226;e(TM)s entourage of students, artists and film-makers who often joined him for lively breakfast conversations on the terrace of his Montreal loft apartment speak of his enthusia

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