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Kucinich to Run for President

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) said in a statement Monday that he will run for president in the 2008 election, prompted in part by his own party’s decision to continue funding for the Iraq war.  Kucinich discussed the funding issue at length in an interview with Truthdig.

Posted on Dec 11, 2006 READ MORE


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Rep. Dennis Kucinch: No More Money for War on Iraq

In a Truthdig interview, the Democratic congressman argues that the Pentagon’s new spending proposal would not only escalate the Iraq war but could be used to fund an attack on Iran.

  • Read the Gordon England memo discussed in the interview.

  • Posted on Dec 4, 2006 READ MORE


    The Clean Money Campaign Needs Your Help

    A law working its way through the California Legislature would provide for full public funding of credible candidates in statewide races. This is the real-deal way to eliminate the ruinous influence of huge campaign contributions in elections. It’s already working in a few states, and a victory in California could start a nationwide revolution. Check it out. Sign a petition. Join the cause.

    Posted on Jun 17, 2006 READ MORE


    Feds Cut Anti-Terror Funding in NYC, D.C.

    The Department of Homeland Security slashed anti-terrorism money for Washington and New York in favor of cities like Jacksonville and Sacramento. Stunner: “A DHS risk scorecard for the city asserted that the home of the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge has ‘zero’ national monuments or icons.”

    Posted on Jun 1, 2006 READ MORE


    Darfur Starving
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    U.N. Cuts Darfur Food Rations in Half

    The United Nations is taking the drastic step because of severe funding shortfalls. Other than Libya, none of Sudan’s partners in the Arab League have contributed any money. “This is one of the hardest decisions I have ever made,” says a U.N. director.

    Posted on Apr 28, 2006 READ MORE


    Top Aging Scientist Quits Over Bush’s Stem Cell Policy

    The leader of the stem cell unit at the National Institute on Aging says the president’s 2001 policy decision lies at the root of his decision to leave the government for the private sector.

    Posted on Apr 11, 2006 READ MORE


    Democracy in Iraq Not a Priority in U.S. Budget

    Money that Bush earmarked for programs to build up Iraqi political parties, media outlets and human rights groups is now going toward security.  Another example of how the reality of democracy-building is so much messier than the fantasy.

    Posted on Apr 5, 2006 READ MORE


    Going Deeper and Deeper Into Hock

    Congress just raised our debt ceiling—the amount we’re allow to borrow—by $781 billion. It was either that or default on our treasury notes. This is the fourth debt-ceiling increase since Bush took office—some $3 trillion in total. Dick Cheney may have said that deficits don’t matter, but try telling that to the next generation of Americans, who are going to have one helluva credit card bill to pay off.

    Posted on Mar 16, 2006 READ MORE


    The Putin Perspective

    Russia’s leader answers mostly tough questions for three and a half hours without the aid of notes or alcohol—a new personal record. | story
    Of interest: He doesn’t regard Hamas as a terrorist organization and won’t support cutting off its funding.

    Posted on Feb 1, 2006 READ MORE


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