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July 20th, 2004

Documentary Films Ask The Questions Mainstream Media Misses

by Michael Paradies Shoob, Co-Director of BUSH’S BRAIN / BuzzFlash One night a few weeks back, there was a new gunslinger in town. NBC’s Matt Lauer was suddenly a take-no-prisoners crusader in the great muckraking tradition of American journalism. He went on the attack. Asked the hard questions. Refused to ... continue reading

July 15th, 2004

Even Republicans and military members applaud ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’

By Kevin J. Shay / OpEdNews "There’s a warnin’ sign on the road ahead, There’s a lot of people sayin’ we’d be better off dead, Don’t feel like Satan, but I am to them, So I try to forget it, any way I can." - Neil Young, "Rockin’ in the ... continue reading

July 13th, 2004

Woes of a president; 'Fahrenheit' hits home

By JOSEPH CUNNEEN / National Catholic Reporter Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 is his best documentary to date, as funny as it is angry, a well-aimed shot at the dishonesty behind the invasion of Iraq and the Bush hijacking of post-9/11 patriotism. Moore doesn’t pretend to be nonpartisan and doesn’t aim ... continue reading

July 11th, 2004

Bush From the Cutting Room Floor

By Robert C. Koehler / The Union Leader During the 2002 congressional campaign, Republican donors who shelled out enough money could get a photo of President Bush in his commander-in-chief action-figure role, talking to Cheney on the phone aboard Air Force One the morning of Sept. 11 and displaying, so ... continue reading

June 25th, 2004

<i> Chicago Tribune</i>: "Among the Movies Everyone Should See This Year, "Fahrenheit 9/11" Heads the List."

By Michael Wilmington / Chicago Tribune Among the movies everyone should see this year--whatever your film taste or your political bent--Michael Moore's incendiary documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" heads the list. "Fahrenheit" may provoke, delight or divide its audience. But no one will react indifferently to this shocking, sad and funny look ... continue reading

May 8th, 2004

THE WAR IN IRAQ--A YEAR LATER: Donald Rumsfeld is now claiming that the military, not the press, broke the prison abuse story. Rumsfeld's thinking is particularly strange since he and his top military leaders were busy stalling the media. Either way, it's looking like many of the prisoners were innocent. ... continue reading

May 6th, 2004

Mr. Bush, You Would Have Liked My Brother THE WAR IN IRAQ--A YEAR LATER: Read Seymour Hersh's article in The New Yorker that broke the story about the torture in American run Iraqi prisons. The nightmare at Abu Ghraib. Contractors implicated in the abuses remain on the job. Outrage is ... continue reading

March 28th, 2004

Has George W. Bush permanently damaged the military? (CIVIL) WAR IN IRAQ--A YEAR LATER: A rocket attack on a local government building in Mosul leaves four Iraqis dead. In two days of bombings and shootings, 21 have died... make that 23. On top of that, as of Friday 37 troops ... continue reading

March 26th, 2004

Is the situation in the Middle East actually the beginning of World War III? Another leader of the Coalition of the Willing is gone. (CIVIL) WAR IN IRAQ--A YEAR LATER: US army finally gets it together to do something about soldier suicides as a new report shows very low morale. ... continue reading

March 14th, 2004

TERRORIST ATTACKS IN SPAIN Spain says al Qaeda claims responsibility in a videotape, and have arrested 3 Moroccans and 2 Indians as mass protests and demonstrations spread across the country. The US meanwhile, seems reluctant to pin the blame on Osama's boys. One of the suspects has been linked to ... continue reading

February 9th, 2004

Two US soldiers were killed in an explosion on Monday. On Sunday, an explosion killed three Iraqi police officers. How many Iraqi civilians have died? Assassinations tear into Iraq's educated class. The story of a soldier who refused to fight, and moved to Canada. US plan to transfer power in ... continue reading

January 31st, 2004

An explosion in Baghdad kills four people. US deaths rise in the wake of Saddam's capture. But who are we kidding... Bush doesn't care because war doesn't cost the moneyed. The Army's top general said US forces may stay in Iraq until 2006. Will America get caught between their allies ... continue reading

December 17th, 2003

A bomb near a fuel tanker exploded in Baghdad killing at least 12 people. Iraqi's enjoyment of Saddam's capture has faded back into resentment toward US occupation. A trial of Saddam Hussein could embarrass the West. Saddam's capture still doesn't justify the invasion. This sounds familiar, White House vows that ... continue reading

December 2nd, 2003

American and Coalition casualties Iraqi civilian deaths Current cost of war Coverage of Iraq firefight in Samarra is disputed. The US ends its mandated racial profiling of Muslims. Bechtel fails reconstruction of Iraq's schools. America has shown only marginal improvements in sharing terror information. Homeland Security leaves New York for ... continue reading

November 14th, 2003

America has no exit strategy. Old Europe is vindicated. On the eve of a visit by Donald Rumsfeld, Japan delays sending troops to Iraq. More on the crumbling coalition here. Italians pressure their government to bring their soldiers home. Bush will meet with families of dead soldiers in Britain--some find ... continue reading

November 12th, 2003

US officials hold an emergency meeting in Washington to discuss solutions to the increasing instability in Iraq. Italian base in Iraq is bombed. Donald Rumsfeld denies the long road he built to war. The Army Times says that Bush is no friend of soldiers. Bush's delusional belief that he's "one ... continue reading

November 11th, 2003

More explosions in Baghdad. Final letters home from soldiers. Number of soldiers injured since April: 7500. A veteran looks back and looks on. Who supports the troops? It seems many companies do not. We already know Bush could care less. We'll miss you when you're gone, Donald Rumsfeld (Note: we ... continue reading

June 30th, 1997

U.S. Moves To Avert Iraqi Loss; Envoys Tell Allies In Persian Gulf Of Shift in Policy

January 1, 1984, Sunday, Final Edition by Don Oberdorfer / Washington Post The United States, in a shift of policy, has informed friendly Persian Gulf nations that the defeat of Iraq in the 3-year-old war with Iran would be "contrary to U.S. interests" and has made several moves to prevent ... continue reading

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If you have a moment today, I hope you can read the obituary for my father Francis (Frank) Moore, who died this past Saturday at the age of 92: Francis...

Apr 22nd
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My father, Francis (Frank) Moore, passed away this morning a few months shy if his 93rd birthday. He was a great dad I am blessed to have had him in my life. I...

Apr 20th
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Time to put the cuffs on Chris Christie -- not for the bridge scandal, but for this: Chris Christie's $300m pension proposal broke state anti-corruption...

Apr 18th
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George W. Bush Debuts New Paintings Of Dogs, Friends, Ghost Of Iraqi Child That Follows Him... President Bush has a new hobby -- painting! --...

Apr 17th
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Big new story from David Sirota and Pando on top Christie adviser and appearance of corruption at New Jersey's pension fund: REVEALED: Gov....

Apr 17th
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FBI Uncovers Al-Qaeda Plot To Just Sit Back And Enjoy Collapse Of United States WASHINGTON—The FBI announced today that it has uncovered a...

Apr 15th
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Revealed: Rahm Emanuel's top donor bought stock in Marriott just before it was awarded huge contract As schools are closed and pensions cut,...

Apr 9th
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I'll be at First Time Fest today in New York City at the screening of my first film, Roger & Me. Loews Village 7 at 12:30 pm. Come see it on the big...

Apr 5th
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Revealed: Rahm Emanuel cuts public pensions, diverts money to benefit campaign donors If you've read the financial news out of Chicago the last...

Apr 4th
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Please take a moment today to think of Casey Austin Sheehan, son of Cindy and Patrick, who was murdered by U.S. foreign policy in Sadr City, Baghdad ten years...

Apr 4th
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ICYMI - I've joined this "thunderclap" to support the Connecticut legislators who voted yes on last year's Act Concerning Gun Violence...

Apr 3rd
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I've joined this "thunderclap" to support the Connecticut legislators who voted yes on last year's Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention...

Apr 2nd
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I am opposed to the death penalty, but to every rule there is usually an exception, and in this case I hope the criminals at General Motors will be arrested...

Apr 1st
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How Long Some in the US Will Survive Under New Health Law Donna Smith Those who must access care to live and can afford it are not...

Mar 31st
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Last night, The Good Wife on the East Coast started 40 minutes late due to the overrun of the NCAA basketball game. If you had your DVR set for the show, you...

Mar 24th
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Watching films today, looking for the ones I'm going to pick for my film festival this summer. I (and a whole bunch of others!) have this thing we put on...

Mar 23rd
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When the U.S. Health Care System Keeps Killing, Who Cares Enough to Fight? Donna Smith We have largely forgotten that people are at...

Mar 21st
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Tell the White House not to give up on Dr. Vivek Murthy's nomination as Surgeon General despite the ferocious opposition from the NRA: Don't give...

Mar 21st
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This criminal would never see a jail cell, nor would his cronies. In fact, they'd later be rewarded with re-election: Presidential Address on War with...

Mar 19th
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The crime of the century -- our invasion & slaughter in Iraq -- started 11 years ago tonite in this 7pm (ET) hour, March 19th, 2003: CNN Coverage of...

Mar 19th
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Washington’s Back-to-the-Future Military Policies in Africa Nick Turse Nick Turse is an award-winning journalist, historian,...

Mar 17th
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"I think democracy is the most revolutionary thing in the world." -- Tony Benn, 1925-2014 Tony Benn in 'Sicko'

Mar 14th
10:07 AM
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RIP Tony Benn, one of the UK's greatest leaders: Tony Benn, veteran Labour politician, dies aged 88 Former cabinet minister died at...

Mar 14th
9:53 AM
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Please read this important story from K. Ford K.: Am I the Face of the New American Middle Class? I began to feel I had slipped so low...

Mar 13th
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Yesterday Dianne Feinstein revealed that the CIA has been spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee. This is all about the report the committee has produced...

Mar 12th
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Health Care for All Colorado has brought Mercy Killers, a show written and performed by Michael Milligan about our murderous for-profit healthcare system, to...

Mar 10th
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Health Care Dramas that Sting and Why We Have to Watch Donna Smith The realities Milligan has written into the show cut deep into...

Mar 10th
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Did you know the Lehrer Newshour on PBS has been produced for 20 years by a company owned by conservative cable billionaire John Malone? Me neither. After...

Mar 7th
8:39 PM
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Mr. Obama, if int’l law is so damn crucial . . . | The Russian intervention deserves criticism. But let’s be clear. The...

Mar 6th
1:21 PM
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