Kucinich has Iraq Track Record, Exit Plan

On Friday the U.S. House or Representatives passed a bill to spend $120 billion mostly for the occupation of Iraq, and to require withdrawing U.S. troops by September, 200850×51. During debate, Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) – the only person running…

The Ogallala Aquifer

Wind sweeps the North American High Plains, drying up the scant rain water30x31. But there is water enough for short grasses to flourish, and over the ages they have fed the hardy buffalo, whose massive herds “darkened the plains32“. “[The…

Impeachment Scorecard

On December 8, 2006, George W. Bush became one of several U.S. presidents to face an impeachment action, when Rep. Cynthia McKinney brought a resolution to the House floor1x19. Her impeachment resolution cited Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary…

Defense Pick Gates Unfit for Office

Robert Gates, who awaits the Senate to confirm him as United States Secretary of Defense, has been a public servant that often acted to break the public trust and harm the country. As a staffer on the National Security Council…

America Puts Brakes on Drive for More War

During his term in office, President Bush has pressed for war and more war. On January 20, 2001, Bush came to office with the neo-con playbook, calling for knocking off hostile governments101x102. Days later, Bush’s National Security Council (NSC) discussed…

How to Vote in Ohio

“At 4 p.m. the average wait time is about 4.5 hours and continuing to increase,” said a witness of the voting in Columbus, Ohio, during the 2004 election1. “Voters are continuing to leave without voting.” Such long lines in Ohio’s…