Posted on: Aug 29, 2007, Source: King Features Syndicate
From torture, warrantless wiretapping and the firing of U.S. attorneys to the expansion of powers of the executive branch, Gonzales has been a dogged enforcer and defender of the most egregious policies of the Bush/Cheney administration.
Jose Padilla has been found guilty in court and faces possible life in prison, but forensic psychiatrist Dr. Angela Hegarty explains after interviewing him that Padilla already paid the ultimate price through torture -- he's lost his mind.
Posted on: Aug 8, 2007, Source: King Features Syndicate
People are finding innovative ways to fight back against Rupert Murdoch, to demand independent, community-based media. You can join the movement to create new, full-power, noncommercial FM radio stations in the U.S.
Posted on: Jun 13, 2007, Source: King Features Syndicate
High school students in Connecticut weren't allowed to discuss the war, so they wrote a play about it. "Voices in Conflict," was quickly banned by the school, but made it to New York where it brought the audience to tears.
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold a ban on late abortions without an exception for the health of the mother sends a signal that, in many respects, the court thinks legislators, not doctors, are the ones best positioned to make health decisions.
In this interview, the author of a devastating biography of Donald Rumsfeld covers how the former defense secretary was loathed by the first Bush president and how Rummy layed the groundwork for torture in Gitmo and Iraq.