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American Officials Enjoy Lives Without Shame

Three recent news headlines illustrate how shameless some American officials have become when it comes to breaking the rules or messing up and pretending that everything is still OK. They also prove that in modern America, it’s possible for screwups to continue their lives and careers with hardly a blip.

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Truthdigger of the Week: Lawrence Wilkerson

Former Vice President Dick Cheney launched his memoir this week, and on Tuesday, Lawrence Wilkerson, our Truthdigger of the Week, said he would be willing to testify in criminal court against Cheney should the opportunity ever arise.

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AP / John Bazemore

Republicans Put Wars Ahead of People

Republican spending knows no limits when it comes to going into debt for failed and useless wars. But it’s another story when it comes to providing federal assistance for victims of Hurricane Irene or other catastrophes we may face in the months ahead.

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How to Honor the True Spirit of 9/11: First, Ignore Limbaugh

If stepping up to help our neighbors and community on 9/11 would somehow dishonor the Americans killed in those infamous attacks—as feverish critics of President Barack Obama now scream—then what do they think actually happened on that day 10 years ago?

Posted on Sep 1, 2011 READ MORE



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The Lesson of the Chinese Invasion

Many economic Nostradamuses have long predicted that the epitaph on America’s tombstone will ultimately read, “Made in China.” But casual observers probably didn’t think the funeral procession would happen this fast.

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Bush White House / Paul Morse

Always Some Bushie There to Remind Us

Thank you, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, for emerging from your secure, undisclosed locations to remind us how we got into this mess: It didn’t happen by accident.

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AP / Ramon Espinosa

The U.N. in Haiti: Time to Adapt or Time to Go

After seven years in Haiti, it is time for the U.N. peacekeeping mission to either significantly refocus its mission or close its operation and leave the business of governing and reconstruction to the Haitians themselves.

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Who Pays for God’s Revenge?

Are we a nation of brothers who come to the aid of each other? Or are we just a crowd of folks out for ourselves? Why have a country if we don’t use it to help each other?

Posted on Aug 31, 2011 READ MORE



White House / Pete Souza

Obama’s Paradox Problem

Call it the Party-of-Government Paradox: If the nation’s capital looks dysfunctional, it will come back to hurt President Obama and the Democrats, even if the Republicans are primarily responsible for the dysfunction.

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AP / Khalil Hamra

Dispatches From Cairo: Happy Feast to All

It has been an intense Ramadan in this August of the Arab Spring. But now it is time to celebrate one of the most important Islamic traditions: The Festival of Breaking the Fast, or Eid al-Fitr.

Posted on Aug 31, 2011 READ MORE


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