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Foundation Cash Funds Antiwar Movement (english)
03 Apr 2003
The American antiwar movement is decked out with all the elements of the counterculture, but it is getting some very establishment funding.

In a few months, foundations and donors have kicked in millions of dollars to help antiwar groups stage demonstrations, take out expensive newspaper and TV ads, maintain Web sites, hire and pay staff, and lease office space in high-rent New York, Washington and San Francisco locales.
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Why I Am Not Marching (english)
03 Apr 2003
Often, the executions have been carried out by the Fedayeen Saddam, a paramilitary group headed by Mr. Hussein's oldest son, 38-year-old Uday. These men, masked and clad in black, make the women kneel in busy city squares, along crowded sidewalks, or in neighborhood plots, then behead them with swords. The families of some victims have claimed they were innocent of any crime save that of criticizing Mr. Hussein. —John F. Burns, "How Many People Has Hussein Killed?" The New York Times, January 26, 2003
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Excellent International Antiwar Site: FACES FOR PEACE (the online rally) (english)
03 Apr 2003
New peace web site lets people go on public record as opposing the war. They can post photos and statements. This "online rally" has grown to include people from six countries.
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Mike Farrell: Art of Deception (english)
03 Apr 2003
By now, Mike Farrell probably figures he’s got the nation fooled. For over 20 years, the Hollywood actor turned peace activist has flawlessly played the part of the pacifist patriot with America’s best interests at heart. Farrell is quite convincing when he’s in character, as he has been since he propelled himself to the forefront of the Iraq war protest movement. Without batting an eye, Farrell will tell you how much it would pain him to see Iraqi or American blood spilled in the unjust war on Iraq.
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Halt US Intervention in Latin America (english)
03 Apr 2003
Southeast Uprising this Fall Against Imperialism, BE THERE!
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Allies Closing In on Baghdad (english)
03 Apr 2003
Coalition forces were bearing down on Baghdad Thursday, with U.S. Special Operations forces operating inside the Iraqi capital and coalition troops preparing to seize Saddam International Airport on the outskirts of the city.
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The Viet Cong Admiration Society Retreats (english)
03 Apr 2003
Historian Paul Johnson refers to the American left's behavior during the Vietnam War as "America's suicide attempt." The firing of NBC reporter Peter Arnett this week proves the nation has fully recovered. Now we don't have to wait 20 years for a history book to tell us that Walter Cronkite lied about the Viet Cong's Tet offensive being a smashing success. The sedition lobby can't compete with the truth available in the new media.
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Kissing Cousins: NY Literati and Nazis (english)
03 Apr 2003
It became clear the nation was finally going to war with Iraq this week when the New York Times pulled two dozen reporters off the Augusta National Golf Club story. In a speech to the nation on Monday night, President Bush gave Saddam Hussein 48 hours to get out of Baghdad, warning that the American military was poised to remove him forcibly.
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The Enemy Within (english)
03 Apr 2003
Just five days into the war in Iraq and the New York Times was hopefully reporting that despite a thrilling beginning, American troops had gotten bogged down. This came as a surprise to regular readers of the Times who remembered that the Times thought we were bogged down the moment the war began.
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Protest = Terrorism? (english)
03 Apr 2003
New Oregon Law
Life For Protests That Block Traffic
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