In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Bush caught in more lies about domestic spying

President George W. Bush, caught in a growing web of lifes about his domestic spying program,  clung to his claim of “limited” eavesdropping activities Sunday admit revelations that top Justice Department Officials, including Attorney General John Ashcroft, refused to sign off on the snooping on Americans by the National Security Agency.

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The truth does not always set us free

We often find ourselves in the middle of a firestorm. We subscribe to
legendary journalist Finley Peter Dunne’s belief that it is the role of
a journalist to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” 
I’ve been doing that since age 11 when I sold my first story and
pictures to The Farmville Herald in racially-torn Prince Edward County,
Virginia, and got the crap beat out of me by my classmates because I
portrayed them – correctly – as a bunch of young bigots.

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Bird flu: Much ado about nothing

Feathers are flying anew over so-called “bird flu.” Researchers
have reported that four Vietnamese patients suffering from it and
treated with an antiviral drug have died. Perhaps two received it too
late, but the others had resistance to the medicine. The drug? Roche’s
Tamiflu, which the media have anointed with almost mythical properties.

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