End is near in Babylon (by Eric S. Margolis)

  FRENCH President Jacques Chirac's warnings in 2003 that a US invasion of Iraq 
would set the Mideast on fire, encouraging terrorism and producing a disaster 
have been tragically borne out by events. Iraq is falling ever deeper into 
chaos and sectarian conflict. Lebanon teeters on the brink of civil war. The 
agonies of Palestine — now the world's largest outdoor prison — continue 
without relent. Iran's power and influence are surging.

  When Denial Goes Pathological. Is President Bush Sane? (by Paul Craig Roberts)
  Tens of millions of Americans want President George W. Bush to be impeached 
for the lies and deceit he used to launch an illegal war and for violating his 
oath of office to uphold the US Constitution.

Millions of other Americans want Bush turned over to the war crimes tribunal at 
the Hague. The true fate that awaits Bush is psychiatric incarceration.

  After the Revolution, What? (by John Spritzler)
  This article is for people who don’t like capitalism, but who aren’t sure 
that a better kind of society is realistically possible. It is for people who 
wonder, quite reasonably, "How would the economy work?" and "Isn’t the only 
alternative to a free-market economy a centrally planned one, which means even 
less personal freedom and probably low productivity and low quality goods, as 
was the case so famously in the former Soviet Union?"



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