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"Giving Voice to Dissent: Bridgeport's WPKN Radio Covers The News With Left-Of-Center Takes Not Found In The Mainstream Media" Hartford Courant, Feb. 26, 2003

"The Rest of the News," New Haven Advocate, July 3, 2003

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For The Week Ending April 18, 2008


U.S. Politics

"Could The Republicans Pick The Democratic Nominee?-The Untold Story Of How The GOP Rigged Florida And Michigan," by Wayne Barrett, Huffington Post, Apr. 1, 2008

"The Republican War On Voting," by Art Levine, The American Prospect, Apr. 1, 2008

"The John McCain 'Centrism' Fallacy," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Mar. 31, 2008

"Lieberman Is Officially The New Zell Miller," by Steve Benen, Carpetbagger Report, Mar. 31, 2008

"Texas Prosecutes Little Old Ladies For Election Fraud," by Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet, Mar. 31, 2008

"Cash-Strapped Clinton Fails To Pay Bills," Politico, Mar. 30, 2008

"McCain, Lieberman And Rev. Hagee: The Pastor Of Armageddon And The Slave Sale," by Christopher Brauchli, counterpunch, Mar. 29/30, 2008

"Hillary Clinton's Iraq Lies," by Stephen Zunes,, Mar. 29, 2008

"John McCain: The New 'Baghdad Bob'?," by Greg Mitchell,, Mar. 29, 2008

"10 Days That Changed Capitalism," by Robert Borosage, Campaign for America's Future, Mar. 28, 2008

"Obama's Speech: A Touch Of Bigotry," by John V. Walsh, Counterpunch, Mar. 27, 2008

"McCain, Iraq And Bush's Third Term," by David Bromwich, Huffington Post, Mar. 25, 2008


Bush Regime

"The Bush Administration Intelligence Hydra," by mcjoan, Daily Kos, Mar. 31, 2008

"Gitmo And The GOP Election Effort," by Scott Horton, Harper's, Mar. 29, 2008

"Siegelman Blames Rove For Prosecution," The New York Times, Mar. 29, 2008

"Michael Mukasey's Tearful Lies," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Mar. 29, 2008

"Mukasey Backs Bush On Wiretapping," San Francisco Chronicle, Mar. 28, 2008

"Bush And McCain's Shared Foreign Policy Approach," by Glenn Greenwald, Salon, Mar. 28, 2008

"The Little Engine That Couldn't: Rebuilding The American Economy, Bush-Style," by Tom Engelhardt,, Mar. 27, 2008

"President Bush: Iraq Violence Is 'Positive Moment,'" Times Online/UK, Mar. 27, 2008


American Empire/War Profiteering

"CIA Chief Says Iran Has Nuclear Weapons Drive," Agence France Presse, Mar. 30, 2008

"A New Diplomatic Order In Pakistan," The New York Times, Mar. 28, 2008


"Postwar" Occupation of Iraq & Afghanistan

"Embarrassed U.S. Starts To Disown Basra Operation," by Gareth Porter, Inter Press Service, Apr. 1, 2008

"Why al-Maliki Attacked Basra," by Juan Cole, Salon, Apr. 1, 2008

"How Moqtada al-Sadr Won In Basra," by Charles Crain, Time, Mar. 31, 2008

"Iraq In The Balance," by Scott Horton, Harper's, Mar. 31, 2008

"The Iraq Legacy: Millions Of Women's Lives Destroyed," by Nadje Al-Ali, Comment Is Free, Mar. 31, 2008

"Analysis: Iraq Crackdown Backfires, Strengthens Sadrists," by Ross Colvin, Reuters, Mar. 31, 2008

"Sadr Offers Deal For Truce As Fighting Persists In Iraq," The New York Times, Mar. 31, 2008

"Police Refuse To Support Iraqi PM's Attacks On Mehdi Army," by Patrick Cockburn, Independent/UK, Mar. 29, 2008

"Where Are the Iraqis In The Iraq War?," by Ramzy Baroud, Cyrano's Journal, Mar. 29, 2008

"If It Explodes, It Will Crush Their Rotten Heads," by Ron Jacobs, ZNet, Mar. 29, 2008

"Growing Dread About iraq: The Democrats And Their Lousy Options," by Saul Landau, Counterpunch, Mar. 28, 2008

"Iraqi Prime Minister Softens Ultimatum As Militias Stand Ground," McClatchy Newspapers, Mar. 28, 2008

"Analysis: Iraqis' Basra Fight Not Going Well," by Barbara Starr, CNN, Mar. 28, 2008

"Five Things you Need To Know To Understand The Latest Violence In Iraq," by Joshua Holland & Raed Jarrar, AlterNet, Mar. 27, 2008

"Basra Erupts: The Rising Of The Mehdi Army," by Patrick Cockburn, Counterpunch, Mar. 27, 2008

"Sadr Offensive Shows Failure Of Petraeus Strategy," by Gareth Porter, Inter Press Service, Mar. 27, 2008

"Iraqi Army's Assault On Militias In Basra Stalls," The New York Times, Mar. 27, 2008

"Thousands In Baghdad Protest Basra Assault," The New york Times, Mar. 27, 2008

"Iraq Implodes as Shiite Fights Shiite," by Patrick Cockburn, Independent/UK, Mar. 27, 2008

"The Threat Of A Re-Surge In Iraq," by Darrin Mortensen, Time, Mar. 26, 2008

"Sadrists Order Disobedience Campaign," Associated Press, Mar. 25, 2008


Civil Liberties

"The March 2003 Yoo Memo Emerges!: The Torture Memo To Top All Torture Memos," by Marty Lederman, Balkinization, Apr. 1, 2008

"Secret Spying In U.S. Caused Fears At The Outset," by Eric Lichtblau, The New York Times, Mar. 30, 2008

"Outrage And Controversy At NY Museum Art Show Depicting Police Brutality," by Dread Scott, AlterNet, Mar. 29, 2008

"Unlawful Influence At Gitmo," by Ross Tuttle, The Nation, Mar. 28, 2008

"A Day In A Guantanamo Detainee's Life," by Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times, Mar. 28, 2008

"Governments Ever More Draconian, Group Says," by William Fisher, Inter Press Service, Mar. 28, 2008

"Growing Database Of Tourist Fingerprints Raises Privay Concerns," by Alexandra Marks, Christian Science Monitor, Mar. 27, 2008


Media Issues

"Siegelman And The Fairness Doctrine," by Scott Horton, Harper's, Mar. 31, 2008

"Comcast Changes Tune, Won't Blok Lrge Files; Critics Pleased, But Skeptical," San Francisco Chronicle. Mar. 28, 2008

"NPR News: National Pentagon Radio?," by Norman Solomon, Counterpunch, Mar. 27, 2008

"Fear & Favor: News, Journalism And Power," by Janine Jackson, Common Dreams, Mar. 27, 2008

"The Winter Soldier Hearings And Indy Media: Evidence of Weakness?," by Sam Husseini, Counterpunch, Mar. 26, 2008

"NPR Underreports Iraq Deaths," Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting, Mar. 26, 2008



"Fracturing The Peace To End The War: The Story Of The Holy Name 6," by Jeff Leys, Counterpunch, Apr. 1, 2008

"Police Arrest Antiwar Protester, 80, At Mall," Newsday (New York), Mar. 30, 2008

"An Open Letter To The U.S. Left On the Importance of Culture," by David Rovics, ZNet, Mar. 27, 2008

"Homeowners Plan Demonstration At NYC Offices Of Bear Stearns, JPMorgan Chase To Protest Government Bailout," Democracy Now!, Mar. 26, 2008


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