April 2006

By BILL QUIGLEY Counterpunch 4/26/06

On Monday, April 17, 2006, two bodies were found buried beneath what used to be a home in the Lower 9th Ward (more…)


By LEUREN MORET Lonestar 4/24/06

Two images changed my life when I visited the Peace Museums in Hiroshima and Nagasaki (more…)

by Roger Bybee and Carolyn Winter Commondreams 4/25/06
The recent ferment on immigration policy has been so narrow that it has excluded the real issue: family-sustaining wages for workers both north and south of the border (more…)

by Stephen Lendman Lendman Blog 4/25/06

Large transnational corporations are clearly the dominant institution of our time. They’re preeminent throughout the world but especially in the Global North and its epicenter in the US (more…)

The Germans, 1933-45
Excerpt from pages 166-73 of “They Thought They Were Free” First published in 1955

By Milton Mayer ICH 4/24/06

But Then It Was Too Late (more…)

By DAVID KRIEGER Counterpunch 4/22/06

If young people today would like to learn something about courage, they should see the movie “Sophie Scholl–The Final Days.” (more…)

By THOMAS P. HEALY Counterpunch 4/22/06

Anthony Arnove’s new book, Iraq: The Logic of Withdrawal (The New Press, 2006) is tailored after Howard Zinn’s 1967 brief against the Vietnam War (more…)

Rooting for Ordinary Israelis to Wake Up

By DEB REICH Counterpunch 4/22/06

Palestinian children are not made for war, any more than Israeli children are made for war (more…)

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