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MAY 2001

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Senators, Man Your Battle Stations! May 31, 2001
We are at the real crossroads of this administration. by Jorge Root

Let Them Eat Crumbs May 31, 2001
We will pay back our $300 a hundredfold. by Ken Alford

Brace Yourselves May 30, 2001
It's gonna be a bumpy ride, and it's not gonna be pretty. by Desiree Lindsay

In Memoriam May 30, 2001
Another Memorial Day has come and gone. Time to reflect. by Jack Tenhet

The End May 29, 2001
The political obituary of George W. is being written at this very moment. Here's a peek. by Corey A. Tyler

Punishing Kids in Order to Protect Them May 29, 2001
Some anti-smoking laws punish kids and protect the tobacco industry. by Rick Kropp

Interview with Herr Cheney May 28, 2001
"Ve haf to keep up appearances. I am der Fuehrer here." by Anonymous

Thank God for Rude Republicans! May 26, 2001
Bush and Co. decided to royally piss off Senator Jeffords. Talk about a job well done! by Steven C. Day

The Tax Cut Man May 25, 2001
Feast your eyes on Doctor Dubya's Traveling Tax Cut Show!  by Art Bushwald

Suicidal Tendencies May 25, 2001
Bush's new initiative combats teen suicide. Most teen suicides are by firearm. The NRA owns Bush... by Jeff Ritchie

A Memo From Baby Bush May 24, 2001
How does Dubya feel about his job? Here's a fascinating insight... intercepted by Rebecca Salced

Celebrating the Idiot May 24, 2001
At Yale last Monday, Bush revealed that you don't have to be smart to be president. And this is okay? by Whyzayker

A Very Proper Election May 23, 2001
The British national elections are approaching - but how do they differ from ours? by Stacey Moberly

M19 - A Report from the Voter Rights March May 22, 2001
A detailed recollection of the day's events. by William Rivers Pitt

The Day(s) the Democratic Process Died May 22, 2001
Watching the legal wrangling over Florida was like witnessing a fatal auto accident in slow motion. by Kevin Ormsby

A Lesson In Family Values May 21, 2001
Getting together with an old classmate was an enlightening experience. by Art Bushwald

A High School Liberal May 21, 2001
Its not easy being a liberal teenager in a private school in Florida. by Anonymous

Bush vs. Gore - Some Implications May 21, 2001
The Supreme Court Five used their power to forward their political agendas. by Johnny Red

Lest We Forget May 19, 2001
Thoughts on the Sham Presidential Election of 2000. by Kevin Tavris

Meet the New Party in Power: The Republi-can'ts! May 18, 2001
Folks, this new party isn't the Republican party of old. by Bradford Shaw

The Onslaught from the Right May 18, 2001
It takes the breath away to see just how aggressively the Bush administration has lunged. by Lois Erwin

The Very Grand Old Party May 17, 2001
The Republicans have it all. The Dems are a distant second in a two man race. by Joe Randazzo

Warning From the Surgeon General: Don't Misunderestimate the pRhenquistident May 17, 2001
We must re-unite the Democratic party on a common ground. by Jorge Root

A Blueprint For Taking Back The Democratic Party May, 2001
An eight-part feature outlining how people can take charge of the Democratic Party again. by TygrBright

The Eighth Wonder of the World May 16, 2001
Never before in the recorded history of man have we seen such a marvel. by Joe Randazzo

Conservatism Is Curable May 16, 2001
A new study indicates that political conservatism can be corrected if the patient desires to change. by birdman

A Blueprint For Taking Back The Democratic Party May, 2001
An eight-part feature outlining how people can take charge of the Democratic Party again. by TygrBright

Have Another One On Me May 14, 2001
Has Donald Rumsfeld been drinking? by Chris Grant

What Did George W. Bush Do To Protest The Vietnam War? May 14, 2001
The answer to that is: Nothing. by Lois Erwin

Writing the Inaugural Address May 12, 2001
It was a week before his inauguration, and the President-to-be was busy thinking of what he would say in his address...
by Art Bushwald

The Wisdom Of Don Imus May 12, 2001
Though his show is offensive to many even-tempered and tolerant Americans, the I-Man was right - once.
by Bradford Shaw

The Lizard of Oz May 12, 2001
My fellow Americans, we are living out the Wizard of Oz - sort of... by Joe Randazzo

The Rotting Reputation of Ronald Reagan, Part 1: Prologue to a Lethal Legacy May 11, 2001
Ronald Reagan was nothing less than the carrier of a political plague that had stricken our nation. by Neuvocat

Suggested Acceptance Speech for the 2004 Democratic Presidential Nominee May 11, 2001
My fellow Americans... by TygrBright

The Second Chance Kid May 10, 2001
Dick Cheney has a second chance - which is also his last chance. by Jorge Root

Sit Down And Shut Up! May 10, 2001
There's a new "tone" in Washington - give us what we want and we won't destroy your nation. by Ken Alford

The Real Story: In the Doghouse at 100 Days May 9, 2001
The real story at the White House is who's going to be able to control Bush's leash and who's in current possession of his muzzle. by Maren L. Hickton

What Went Wrong in that Sad, Sad Place May 9, 2001
Whether Bob Kerrey did what he is accused of pales against the larger point that whatever happened was not at all unusual. by Lois Erwin

Poster Boy for the Gun Culture May 8, 2001
Timothy McVeigh committed the ultimate school shooting, an insanely criminal act that came about because of feelings of persecution. by birdman

Our Tax Cut Maginot Line May 8, 2001
It seems our country is threatened more from the inside by the fiscal terrorists of the Right than by foreign extremists. by Joe Randazzo

It's Always 180° at Shrub's White House — But is it Shady? May 8, 2001
The junta's track record of policy reversals could merely be a sign of incompetence - or it could signify something else. by Susan Sigandres

Remembering the Freedom Riders (or, Why I am a Proud Democrat) May 5, 2001
While surfing some history sites, I was reminded of why I became a Democrat in the first place. by Mark Thibodeau

SDI is Nothing but Sci-Fi May 5, 2001
Not so long ago, in a galaxy not very far away... Welcome to Star Wars, Part II. by Morgan Moallemian

Dubya Meets His Presidential Soul Mate May 4, 2001
President Bush learns that there are some exciting similarities between him and former President Warren Harding. by Art Bushwald

The American Museum of Industrial History May 4, 2001
Right now, we've got live, interactive exhibits from the olden days. But hurry, they won't be around much longer. by Susan Sigandres

George Bush and the Big Eraser May 3, 2001
Years of erasing incorrect answers on his schoolwork have left Dubya with an "obliteration compulsion." by Bradford Shaw

My Guy is Better than Your Guy May 3, 2001
My guy put more cops on the streets; Your guy put more arsenic in the drinking water. by Steven C. Day

Staving Off Trickle-down Barbarism May 2, 2001
If our nation is to remain civilized, it will only come through a morally re-invigorated Democratic party. by Paul Ryan

George Will Ya Give Us A Break! May 2, 2001
One cannot escape George Will; he seems to be everywhere. by Joe Randazzo

Yo Christie! How Much for a Wallet-Size? May 1, 2001
Where's the outrage about Christie Todd Whitman and her "Camden Frisk Job?" by Jorge Root

A Large Margin of Error May 1, 2001
The Media isn't giving you the whole story about Dubya's poll numbers. by Ken Alford

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