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The World Can't Wait, Won't Wait, Isn't Waiting-Cynthia McKinney Speech
One way for the American people to demand accountability from their leaders and a return to respectability is to impeach the Bush Administration. However, the complicity of both major U.S. parties in this intensifying debacle is clear now that the Democrats have taken impeachment "off the table." And if the Democratic Congress, that owes its majority status to antiwar voters, votes to fund the war, then our mission will become very clear.
The Watada Mistrial: Here's What Really Happened
First Lt. Ehren Watada knew exactly what his case was about - and that scared the judge.
There was absolutely no reason to stop the Watada trial.
The judge's claim that Lt. Watada did not fully understand a document he signed admitting to elements of the charges is completely untrue
Poll: Forty percent of U.S. voters believe the Israel Lobby has been a key factor in going to war in Iraq and now confronting Iran
U.S. Attorney: 'I Was Ordered to Resign'
All U.S. attorneys serve at the pleasure of the president and may be dismissed for any reason, or no reason at all.
White farmers must go after harvest or face prison,...
The real reason Mugabe is targeted!!
Zimbabwe heads for economic meltdown
Iran will defend itself with 'worldwide strike' if attacked
Speaking at a meeting of Iranian air force commanders, Iran's supreme spiritual leader said: "The enemy knows well that any invasion would be followed by a comprehensive reaction to the invaders and their interests all over the world.
"We believe that no one will make such an unwise and wrong move (to attack Iran) that would endanger their country and interests."
Iran arrests 100 Iranians spying for US, Israel
The 50 best things to do in Jamaica
Marine 'congratulated' men for murder of Iraqi civilian: witness
A US Marine squad leader congratulated soldiers "for getting away with murder" after an Iraqi civilian was bound and shot dead at point-blank range, a military court has heard.
BUSH CRIME FAMILY:
Bush's uncle tangled in options probe
President George W. Bush's uncle, William H.T. "Bucky" Bush, was part of a group of outside directors at a defense contractor who realized about $6 million in unauthorized pay from an options backdating scheme.
CRIMINALS AND SCOUNDRELS
The 25 Most Corrupt Officials of the Bush Administration
'Boys to Men' or Boys to Boys?
Physically grown men, especially fathers, who dress, talk, and act like teenagers and even younger boys, are misguided at best. Check them out as they walk along with their sons; both have their caps turned to the side, both are wearing those short pants, which remind me of the little boy with the snotty nose that Martin Lawrence used to portray, and they wear the obligatory basketball or football jersey. If it were not for their physical size, you wouldn’t be able to tell father from son.
The Mysteries of Mental Age
The parents of a severely disabled 9-year-old Seattle girl have stunted her growth and had her breasts and uterus removed in what they say is an effort to keep her comfortable, happy and portable. She does, after all, have the mind of a three-month-old baby.
Or does she?
Digital Journal - Chlorine in Bathwater Linked to Cancer
A study has discovered that water mains containing chlorine also contained chemical by-products called THMs that are absorbed through the skin and accumulate in the bladder. The risk is greatly increased in swimming pools because of higher chlorination levels. Governments have considered removing the chemical in the past but always decided against the move. Water firms use the less expensive chlorine while healthier alternatives like ozone gas or ultraviolet light are available.
Old-Fashioned Oatmeal with Apples, Raisins and Honey-Toasted Walnuts
This homey, comforting cereal is like warm granola, especially with the crunchy honey-toasted walnut topping.
Career Profile: Singer Mary J. Blige
We take a closer look at the career of a woman many consider to be the "queen of hip-hop soul."
Why Did African Slaves Adopt the Bible?
When African slaves first arrived in America, they found hope in an unlikely place. Allen Dwight Callahan, author of The Talking Book: African Americans and the Bible, talks about why slaves crossed the religious divide to find hope and inspiration in Christianity and the Bible.
"Thanks for Toughin'!"