South American Media Organization Notes Bush's Record Unpopularity

With 18 months left in office, President George W Bush is in the running for most unpopular president in the history of modern polling. The latest Washington Post-ABC shows that 65% of United States citizens disapprove of Bush's job performance, matching his all-time low.


India: Reverse Military Collaboration With Israel

As we go to press the national media reports of a dangerously disturbing development that India is to launch an Israeli spy satellite called Techsar (ToI, July 18). Once launched this satellite will be completely under the control of Israeli military.


Free Trade and Immigration: Cause and Effect

In recent months, the U.S. Congress has circumvented the will of President George Bush by delaying any action on free trade agreements with Peru and Panama.


Coca-Cola Flunks Top Research Firm's 'Socially Responsible Investment' Test

The Coca-Cola Company and two of its largest bottlers, Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) and Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, have been excluded from the list of socially responsible companies prepared by KLD Research & Analytics, Inc. of Boston, Mass.


What Lies Beneath: Privileged Grotesques, Ordinary Monsters and the Iraqi Deathscape

At present, George W. Bush is unpopular with the majority of the American public not because of the murderous mayhem he has unloosed in Iraq; rather, his standing has plummeted, due to the fact, he didn't deliver the goods.


World Tyranny: The Basics of the Killing Machine

The founding fathers of the American nation could not imagine that what they were proclaiming at that time, as any other historical society, was carrying within it the seeds of its own transformation.


Congress Narrowly Fails to Halt Funding the Former School of the Americas

On Thursday June 21, 2007 at 11:52 p.m., Congress voted on the McGovern/Lewis Amendment curtailing funds to the former School of the Americas (SOA), now known as the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) after PR consultants suggested a name-change to improve its image.


Pro-NATO Forces in Afghanistan Kill Slightly More Civilians Than Taliban

For Janaan, 11, it is not important who killed his father, Shier Mohammad. He only knows that his father died during a clash in the Sangeen District of southern Helmand Province in March 2007.


Climate Change: Greatest Environmental Challenge of the 21st Century

How to confront climate change, considered the greatest environmental challenge of the 21st century, was the important focus of discussion at the 6th International Convention on Environment and Development in Havana.


Bush, Putin, 2 Tyrants With Much in Common

How can Presidents Bush and Putin be expected to see each other’s viewpoints when they are blind to the fact they are guilty of the very faults of which they accuse each other?

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