SCOTT RITTER PRESS CONFERENCE: "It's President Bush that's killing Americans; he put them in harm's war...We're waging an illegal war of aggression."

Rumsfeld Loses It: Admits He Misled Senate 

W. House: Iraq Intelligence Uproar 'Bunch of Bull' [This administration continues to show complete disregard and disrespect for the intelligence of its citizens. When will America awaken to the depth of criminality perpetrated in our name and bring these killers to justice?]

Intelligence Unglued: Veteran Intelligence Professionals Warn The Bush Administration

Political death of a usurper: An unwinnable war in Iraq and the deceit that led to it have destroyed the credibility of prime minister Blair

The Dubious Suicide of George Tenet: This issue is not about sixteen words in a speech. It is about lies and American credibility.

Straw: Niger uranium claim came from third country

Advice For Reporters: Follow The Niger Forgeries: Documents don't just appear out of thin air. Someone obtained them from someone else, and that someone else has an address.

Upping the ante for Kim Jong Il: Pentagon Plan 5030, a new blueprint for facing down North Korea. It is being pushed by many of the same administration hard-liners who advocated regime change in Iraq.

Rumsfeld says more GIs may be needed in iraq

1 US Soldier Killed, 6 Wounded in Iraq Attack

Who’s Steering This Ship? If all George W. Bush does, is read prepared speeches written by others, does that make the one that utters the words a puppet? A void and vacuous being whose only purpose is to mouth the threats  and words of others.

When killing becomes routine: Someone is killed but no investigation is made and no record is kept of the event anywhere - as though an animal was the victim. 

Eat Frankenfood or go hungry: Nowhere else in the world does a nation’s propaganda ministry spend so much effort to appear "good" while justifying the most evil things the mind of man can imagine. In America, the "cover story" has been raised to an artform.

It’s time to turn our eyes back home Could it be that our leaders want to divert our attention from the real problems here at home? A Must Read

Riverside Conversations: A must see for insight into Americas financial future, China, globalization and state of world economy.

The Real Winners: A rogue's gallery of war profiteers.

The Coming Financial Reality: The question that needs to be asked today concerns just how America is going to avoid paying its debts.

9/11: Connecting the dots: "At present the United States faces no global rival. America’s grand strategy should aim to preserve and extend this advantageous position as far into the future as possible."  Project for the New American Century

A Question Of Trust: The CIA's Tenet takes the fall for a flawed claim in the State of the Union, but has Bush's credibility taken an even greater hit?

How the Land of the Free Became the Dinosaur in the Tar Pit

Muslim leaders in Iraq sound warning against US: Sunni leader talks of jihad in six months

US Faces High Price for NATO Role in Postwar Iraq: Not even US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld seemed to know whether his government had actually asked NATO to send troops to help the beleaguered US-led occupation in Iraq

Shabby cause to shed blood: The bad news is that the Japanese government wants to send troops to Iraq. The good news is that this time Tokyo has probably gone too far.

India not to send troops to Iraq: The internal debate within the Government is over and "on balance of considerations", the decision is that it will not be in India's national interest to send its troops to Iraq.

Is American foreign policy a threat to its very security? There are two basic reasons why anti-Americanism is becoming a global culture: US foreign policy and the persona of President Bush.

Ralph Nader Says Bush Impeachable on Iraq War

Blair seeks new powers to attack rogue states: Blair has involved British troops in five conflicts overseas in his six years in office, and appears to be willing to take part in many more.

CIA Got Uranium Reference Cut in Oct. Why Bush Cited It In Jan. Is Unclear

Blair ignored CIA weapons warning: In a remarkable letter released last night, the Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, reveals a catalogue of disputes between the two countries, lending more ammunition to critics of the war.

Bush overstated Iraq links to al-Qaida, former intelligence officials say

20 Lies About the War: Falsehoods ranging from exaggeration to plain untruth were used to make the case for war. More lies are being used in the aftermath.

The Time for Nonviolence Has Come: There is not one superpower in the world today, but two: the militarized United States on the one hand, and the millions of ordinary people, including many Americans, who yearn to devote their energies to a humane future. Which will win?

MSNBC Poll: Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president? Click here to vote

Belgium Scraps War Crimes Law Which Angered US See also: U.S. Charged With War Crimes. The Evidence File

Robert Fisk: US Leans On Belgians to Spare Sharon From Trial

Why The Middle East Conflict Continues To Exist If there were no oil, would there have been an Arab-Israeli conflict? As long as the Arabs and Jews are blaming each other, the foreigners' role will go unnoticed- as will their profits.

N Korea 'reprocesses' nuclear rods that could produce enough plutonium for several atom bombs

The Fundamental Fallacy of Government: Government is a monopoly of force. Why is it that most people favor such a monopoly? 

Our President Is A Criminal: The campaign in furtherance of the conspiracy to defraud the public into buying the Iraq war is one of the the most cynical abuses of power in U.S. history. It deserves to be treated as such.

Trading on fear: From the start, the invasion of Iraq was seen in the US as a marketing project. Selling 'Brand America' abroad was an abject failure; but at home, it worked. PR analysts Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber explain how it worked.

"The Panama Deception" This film shows how the U.S. attacked Panama and killed 3 or 4 thousand people in an invasion that the rest of the world was against.  (Sound familiar?) It won the Academy Award for best documentary.

Bush's Data Dump: The administration is hiding bad economic news. Here's how.

Truman attacked Jews in diary: President's rant startles scholars 1947 writings found in library.

Truman Adviser Recalls May 14,1948 US Decision to Recognize Israel

Death By Slow Burn: How America Nukes Its Own Troops: What “Support Our Troops” really means.

Why Has Our Military Refused to Show This Training Video To Our Troops Now Serving In Iraq? Depleted Uranium Hazard Awareness

The U.S. Government's Silent Genocide: History will recall the U.S. legacy in Afghanistan -- to capture one man, an entire nation of innocent people were sentenced to a slow, painful death by low-level radiation sickness.