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Bush Out-Drivels Himself

So Bush made the supreme sacrifice, returning from his vacation in Texas to Washington to inform Americans of his latest victories in the Middle East. His comments at the State Department yesterday came close to breaking his previous personal best in both the delusions and drivel categories. Bush began by declaring that Hezbollah was fully […]

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The Great Slavery Anniversary

On this day in 1945, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Yalta Agreement with Stalin and Churchill. Roosevelt thereby gave the United States seal of approval to enslaving generations of Poles, Hungarians, Czechs, and others to Soviet tyranny. From 1942 through 1945, the U.S. government consistently deceived the American people about the character of the Soviet […]

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L.A. Times: Are You a Suspected Terrorist?

The Los Angeles Times ran my op-ed today on the array of wacko definitions of suspected terrorists that the Bush administration has devised since 9/11.   Here are some outtakes of the piece: PRESIDENT BUSH and Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales insist that the National Security Agency’s warrantless wiretapping of American citizens is a necessary “terrorist surveillance […]

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The State of the Union Heave-Ho

 Any time  a Washington politician starts out by announcing that he is “humbled,” hip boots become mandatory attire for listeners.   To hear Bush invoke the Rule of Law is like hearing Stalin talk of his devotion for peace. Bush talked of his friendship for the Iranian people.   This will likely sharply boost the number of Iranians […]

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