Open Letter to the World July
Just a friendly note to let you know that the imposter who
is flitting around the globe, purporting to "represent" the
United States, does not represent the majority of us. by
Evening with John Stuart Mill and Marilyn vos Savant July
A conversation on individual virtue and civic virtue, as understood
by two of the smartest people who have ever lived. by
the Yellow Rain July
Bush/Cheney has put the fox in charge of the henhouse
and is now telling us that the henhouse has never been safer.
do Republicans Trash the 1960's? July
As an amateur historian I've always been intrigued by the
1960's and the people who represented this decade.. by
Case For Gore July
It has been suggested on this Web site and in other media
outlets that Gore doesn't deserve another chance. I disagree.
Globalization Puzzle July
We must use the WTO to tame the globalization beast. However,
the WTO needs reform.
by Thomas Sturgess
I am being punished, persecuted, and politically
discriminated against because I reject the colonial grip that
the U.S. hold on my island. by
Anonymous of Puerto Rico
Sins of the Daughters July
There's a fairness problem in the way the media treats the
Bush twins - but it's not what you'd think. by
Mark M. Eide
Anybody Seen My Old Friend Carlo? July
Our government and its right-wing media would like for us
to accept their opinion of protesters. by
Agreement: Don't Pop the Cork on the Champagne Bottle Yet July
I don't suppose we can call a do over on an international
agreement can we?
by Richard Prasad
Church-State Quagmire July
The public is entitled to a more substantive discussion of
Stem Cell Research. by
Maren L. Hickton
to Win July
You can make an important difference on polling day. by
Lynne M. Sin
Bush Media Whitewash July
To come across as a headlining act, all Bush needs is a headline...
and an act.
by Jeffrey Kramer
at Himself, or Laughing at Us? July
Remember when Bush bragged about his bad grades at Yale? by
The Plaid Adder
of Crimes Against the Planet July
The Bush administration is planning and executing a war against
by Steve Collins
Grandma Ruth, Alzheimer's, and Stem Cell Research July
An open letter to Mr. Bush.
the Desk of George W. Bush July
BREAKING! DU has a high-level "mole" in the White
House. Get the latest leaks directly from the desk of George
as told to Rebecca Salcedo
Florida Puzzle, Part I July
The picture on the front of the box is of a stolen election,
and the missing piece, of course, is a peninsula-shaped object
that vaguely resembles Florida. by Carol
News, Real Views, and the Slow Recovery of Critical Thinking July
What will happen when a growing divide is perceived
between the news as the conservative broadcast editors and
owners see it, and the news as it is reported on the Internet?
to Power July
It's time to say NO to enabling further energy abuse. by Maren
the Government Off Our Backs? July
Capitalism and individuality can only thrive as part of a
social organization. by Ken
Biggest Embezzlement of All Time July
Private pension plans which own government bonds think
they own the safest assets available. But do they?
by Stanley C. Simon
at the NA Meeting July
Hi, I'm the USA and I might be a crystal meth addict. by Richard
Court Hot Potatoe July
DU Exclusive: Bush Considers Quayle for Supreme Court
Baseball, Penn State, and the Coup D'Etat July
Many of us might have stared into the face of omens and portents,
and didn't realize what they meant. I know I didn't. by Tom
About '04... July
You blew it and you don't deserve a second chance.
Happened Here July
Move on, we are told. The election is over. I cannot get over
it. It happened here. by FDRLincoln
You Like How George W. Bush Ran the Texas Rangers, Then You
Will Love How He Runs the Country July
George W. Bush should be glad that politics isn't
baseball, if it were he would have struck out many times already.
Face of American Extremism July
We are fond of dismissing the resident as a dull witted fascist.
the Salvation Army July
I used to think it was a good idea to donate to the Salvation
Army, but not anymore. by Rodney
Jay C. Salinas
Rural Riddle July
Why is it that rural areas support Republicans in
far greater numbers than their Democratic counterparts? by Patrick
for God - D'oh! July
Do you ever wonder why the religious right has been so active
for the last 25 years? by Neil
Open Letter to Trent Lott July
Senator Lott, I want you to know that you are truly an inspiration.
by Myra Bronstein
Unfortunately the kind of phrases that made Peggy a
good speechwriter also make her the worst journalist in America.
Is it worth the election of a dunce with an oil complex
just to make a point so few will herald? I would say not.
Test is Not the Answer July
The craze for national testing is like the craving
for sugar to cure an appetite: it may feel good, but it doesn't
address the problem. by Susan
Might Be a Republican if... July
Don't know if you're a Blue Dog Democrat or a real Compassionate
Conservative? by John
Long Kiss Goodnight July
You wanted it so badly that you took it, George, and now you
must face us. by
William Rivers Pitt
at the Freeker Constitutional Convention
They were interesting times, living up to the full
potential of the proverbial Chinese curse... by
T-Shirts and Burning Flags July
It's time for yet another pointless debate on the constitutionality
of flag burning. by
Steven C. Day
for Sale: Highest Bidders Accepted July
What's the problem with what amounts to campaign bribery reform?
Will Destroy You and Your Nation July
The right-wing hatchet-handlers must feel like they have the
country by the balls. by
Robert Kennedy said that one person could make a difference.
Easy for you to say, kid. by
William Rivers Pitt
Two Bushes, and Two Clintons July
What's the big deal about Roger Clinton? by
Question from an African American July
My hope has always been that there are decent Americans out
there that oppose this assault on the African-American community.
Religious Freedom July
We must be vigilant in protecting our individual rights..
by Maren L. Hickton
for a Few Good Deputies July
I am willing to trust John McCain. I am willing to let him
be a Republican and still have my backing. by Jorge
Cuddly and Lovable Robert Novak July
Granted, Bob Novak is a conservative icon, but what makes
him so cuddly and lovable? by Bradford
It seems fashionable to slang "patriotism" right now amongst
my fellow-liberals. As a bona fide semantics geek, this makes
Don't Kill People - People Kill People July
You can have my gun when you pry it from my cold dead fingers!
Oh, and here are the books you wanted for your bonfire...
Yo! Lee Raymond, put a boycott in the bank! by Susan
Death of Disagreement July
Why isn't disagreement a buttress of Republicanism, which
affirms the values of individualism? by
Can't Hide His Spots July
The "Great Pretender" must do more than simply shovel taxcuts
and platitudes to his supporters. by
Dubya Live Like Archie Bunker for a While
July 05, 2001
Maybe we could move Dubya and his kind into their own little
704 Houser Street. by
in the Machine July
America may appear to be humming along as usual, but she is
now haunted. by
William Rivers Pitt
We must turn on the vast numbers of voters who have been turned
off by the corporate-driven agendas controlling both Parties.
Cynic's Approach to Democratic Victory July
We may not always like it but "big tents" win. Small
ones lose. by
Ten Stages of Republicanism July
Exactly what the title says it is. by
Breakfast Club July
Just when we think we saved 8 or 9 cents at the gas pump,
someone else sneaks up to grab that change. by
Maren L. Hickton
Message to the World July
We know he makes you angry, but put yourself in our shoes.
We have to live with the ineptitude, the embarrassment, the
smirk and giggle routine. by