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Commentary :: Environment

BTL:Depleted Uranium Munitions: A Health Hazard to Soldiers & Civilians.

Interview with Tara Thornton, executive director of the Military Toxics Project, conducted by Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus
 

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Review :: Miscellaneous

Two stories of interest

Two current event stories of interest. Notice how Israel can deflect criticism of its own human rights violations and racial separation policies, while it likes to criticize everyone else's self-segregation policies as racist. What hypocrites. The worst.
 

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Commentary :: International Relations

BTL:Iraqi Shiite Uprising Poses Serious Threat to U.S. Occupation

Interview with Michael Schwartz, sociology professor at the State University of New York, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
 

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Commentary :: Drug War & Pharmaceuticals

Bitter pill to swallow: Rush is free while Paey pays

Paey is disabled as a result of a 1985 car accident, failed back surgery, and multiple sclerosis. Today he sits in a Florida jail for illegally obtaining more than 28 grams of painkillers containing the narcotic oxycodone.
 

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Commentary :: International Relations

BTL:Bush Endorses Israel's Plan to Make West Bank Settlements Permanent...

...Lights Middle East Fuse * Interview with Rabbi Michael Lerner, editor of Tikkun magazine, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
 

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News :: Elections & Legislation

GOP caught Money Laundering with donations

After Mr. Nesbitt of Ohio maxed his donations to Geoffrey Davis (KY-R), he continued to underwrite the candidate vis-a-vis complicit third-party partners -- Family First, the Club for Growth and the National Right to Work Committee.
 

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News :: [none]

Virginian Catholic Worker Travels to Iraq with Najaf Peace Team

(Najaf, Iraq) As numerous people from nonprofit organizations working in Iraq evacuated the country during the past week, an independent emergency delegation of U.S. civilians was preparing to enter the conflict-torn nation, traveling to the tense stand-off around Najaf, where the U.S. military recently deployed almost 3,000 troops for a looming assault to crush Shiite rebels there.

Brian Buckley of the Little Flower Catholic Worker community in Louisa, Virginia, is part of the Najaf Emergency Peace Team, "Peace Between Peoples". The team is a handful of determined volunteers from several well-established peace/global justice/human rights and religious organizationsm, and has now arrived in the area, to place themselves "nonviolently, symbolically and physically" between the U.S. armed forces amassed nearby and the civilian population of the ancient holy city - in the way of any American military assault.

** Regular updates from Brian sent via email are being posted as comments to this feature. **
 

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News :: Labor & Class

COOK COUNTY COVER-UP: THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR REPORT

In response to a suggestion that the City of Chicago should act mature and take some resposibility for the tragic deaths of six County workers, Mayor Daley scoffed: "We have a great fire department."
 

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Commentary :: Miscellaneous

The Pyramid of Power

EDITORS' NOTE: The following is part of a series of questions and answers that followed a talk given by Bob Avakian, Chairman of the RCP, last year. It has been edited for publication here (and notes have been added).
 

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Commentary :: Peace & War

Jewish WMD Whistleblower Vanunu Released But Not Free

Jewish WMD Whistleblower Vanunu Released But Not Free
 

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