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Law Prof. Francis A. Boyle on Impeachment
Fri May 12, 2006 00:02


Law Prof. Francis A. Boyle on Impeachment

Audio and transcript

Professor Boyle argues for the use of impeachment to remove Bush, Cheney, Gonzales and Rumsefeld before they can take us into another war in Iran and farther along into an American police state.

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Law Prof. Francis A. Boyle on Impeachment

Audio and transcript

Professor Boyle argues for the use of impeachment to remove Bush, Cheney, Gonzales and Rumsefeld before they can take us into another war in Iran and farther along into an American police state.

Starving Palestinians into Submission

By Dr. Elias Akleh

The American alleged noble goal of spreading freedom and democracy in the Arab World has been scandalously exposed when the American administration, who encouraged Palestinian election (declared by international observers to be free, honest and fair), has rejected the people’s choice, and is attempting to starve the whole nation as a punishment for exercising their democratic right.

Ahmadinejad: Is he John Locke or John Brown?

“ By Mike Whitney

President Ahmadinejad’s 18 page letter won’t soften attitudes in Washington or deter the western press from slandering him as the “new Hitler”, but it may dispel the illusion that he is a fanatical jihadi who is endangering the free world.

9 Killed In Continuing Violence:

Four street cleaners were killed and another wounded when a roadside bomb went off in the Mansour district in west-central Baghdad, police said.

3 U.S.Soldiers Killed As Shi'ite in-fighting delays Iraq govt :

Shi'ite in-fighting over who should head Iraq's vital oil ministry is delaying efforts by the prime minister-designate to form a unity government aimed at averting a slide toward civil war, officials said on Thursday

Marine dies from injuries in Iraq:

Sgt. Alessandro Carbonaro, 28, of Bethesda, Md., died Wednesday at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany after being injured in combat in Al Anbar province, Iraq on May 1

Baghdad clerics must be approved by Iraqi gov't:

Clerics will need official sanction to lead congregations in Iraq's capital and Iraqi forces will only be allowed to raid mosques in the presence of US troops

Zinni on Iraq: ‘We’re not withdrawing’:

Don’t count on the U.S. ever withdrawing completely from Iraq, a retired Marine general said Tuesday. Anthony Zinni, the four-star who commanded U.S. Central Command before retiring in 2000, said when the U.S. commits forces to a country now, it means a long-term commitment. Iraq is no different.

Juan Cole: Saving Iraq: Mission impossible:

Nouri al-Maliki, a Shiite hard-liner distrusted by his foes, will almost certainly be unable to stop Iraq's slide to chaos.

Adviser: Iraq ‘civil war’ places U.S. in reactive role:

Iraq is embroiled in a “low-level civil war” that is forcing the United States to react to events on the ground rather than shape them, according to a former U.S. military adviser who spent two years there studying the insurgency.

Bill Shifts Oversight of Some Iraq Aid:

The Senate last week approved $109 billion in additional spending for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, including $1.5 billion in added Iraq reconstruction money.

Former diplomat says many in government view Iraq war as crazy:

A former diplomat from Arkansas, who said she resigned from the U.S. Foreign Service in part as a protest against the war in Iraq, says many people in the government believe the war is crazy, but are afraid to speak out.

U.S. Army policy denies reserve officer resignations :

The U.S. Army Reserve, taxed by recruiting shortfalls and war-zone duty, has adopted a policy barring officers from leaving the service if their field is undermanned or they have not been deplo yed to Iraq, to Afghanistanor for homeland defense missions

US military, intelligence officials raise concern about possible Iran strike:

According to military and intelligence sources, an air strike on Iran could be doable in June of this year, with military assets in key positions ready to go and a possible plan already on the table.

War pimp alert:

Olmert to ask US act against Iran :

Olmert to point to link between Tehran nuclear threat, Hamas terror, demand Americans move against Iran

Israeli Official: Time Running Out on Iran :

"Be careful with your threats," Peres told Channel 1 TV. "Those who threaten to destroy are in danger of being destroyed."

Israel seen as world's sixth nuclear power:

The Jewish state is widely regarded as owning at least 200 atomic warheads, making it the only nuclear power in the Middle East.

Scott Ritter: US considers attacking Iran through Azerbaijan :

Ritter said that it is enough to look through military maps, if one wants to realize how important it is for the United States to dislocate its military forces in Azerbaijan.

K Gajendra Singh: The Nuclear Non- Proliferation Treaty Is Dead:

Mirror, mirror on the wall , who are the greatest proliferators of them all!

The nuclear hypocrites:

ERIC RUDER examines the hypocrisy of the U.S. government’s case for war against Iran.

US freeze on medical aid takes its toll :

The United States has stopped providing medical supplies to Palestinian hospitals as part of Washington's sanctions against Hamas.

Emergency aid may be too little, too late for Palestinians trying to survive a crisis :

Zarifa Abdel Khadr came in secret to Gaza City's jewellery souk this week to sell the two gold rings she has owned for half a century.

Banks told to process Palestinian funds:

A leading Islamic scholar has threatened to call for a boycott of Arab banks that refuse to process funds meant for the new Hamas-led Palestinian Authority.

Hamas decries strings to aid:

"The government appreciates the efforts deployed by the international parties to alleviate the economic siege imposed on the Palestinian people ... but deeply regrets the Quartet's insistence on attaching pre-conditions to the Palestinian government."

Prisoners soften stance on Israel:

Jailed members of Hamas and Fatah have developed a peace plan that accepts of a Palestinian state alongside Israel, Mahmoud Abbas says. However, it was unclear whether Hamas, particularly the group's leaders abroad, would back the proposals.

Abbas strikes petrol deal:

Mujahed Salameh, the head of the Palestinian Petroleum Agency, said on Thursday that the deal was reached after Mahmoud Abbas sent a letter to Dor Alon guaranteeing to send funds within 10 days.

Israeli Poll: Gov't should help Arab citizens emigrate :

Some 62 percent of Israelis believe the government should encourage the country's Arab citizens to emigrate, according to a survey by the Israel Democracy Institute that will be published today as part of its annual Democracy Index project.

Israeli rabbis awarded Japan peace prize:

Israel's Rabbis for Human Rights, which has built up a reputation for battling abuses by soldiers and settlers in the Palestinian territories, was honoured in Japan with a leading peace prize.

U.K. academics to back sweeping boycott of Israeli universities :

The largest university and college lecturers union in Britain is likely to decide shortly to recommend that its 67,000 members boycott Israeli lecturers and academic institutions that do not publicly declare their opposition to Israeli policy in the territories.

Mogadishu ceasefire collapses, nearly 100 dead:

Heavy militia battles erupted in Mogadishu on Wednesday after a brief truce collapsed, bringing the death toll to almost 100 after four days of fighting in the Somali capital.

Blasts hit Pakistan police school :

At least six policemen have been killed in a series of explosions at a police training academy in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan's Balochistan province.

Taliban Regrouping In Southern Afghanistan:

The Taliban is regrouping in the mountains of southern Afghanistan, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said Wednesday.

Sept. 11 widows support Afghan women who lost husbands to war :

The two American women walk down a fly-infested alley where sewage from mud huts drains onto the dirt walkway. In a tiny backyard, they find two dozen chickens, five children and one Afghan war widow.

US rejects calls for Guantánamo closure :

The US state department today rejected Lord Goldsmith's calls for the Guantánamo Bay detention camp to be closed down.

UN Human Rights Council Begins with Violations :

The US, known for its poor record on human rights, voiced its opposition to the appointment of representatives of Cuba, China, and Saudi Arabia to the council.

Ray McGovern Is Going to Rumsfeld's House:

Ray wants answers, and he's taking his demand to Donald Rumsfeld's house in Washington, D.C.

1918 Montana patriots like Bush cheerleaders:

Seventy-five men and three women were arrested in Montana and charged with sedition, with 41 of them sent to prison for terms of up to 20 years, for speaking out against the war.

The German Anti-War Movement, 1943:

A measure of the effectiveness of U.S. propaganda during the World Wars is the enduring popular view that the German people are by nature submissive to authority, or worse, bent on aggression

Video: Beyond Treason :

Depleted Uranium weapons and the Golf War Syndrom! What the Department of Defense doesn't want you to know

Report: London Transit Bombers Acted Alone :

British government reports into the July bombings on London's transit network conclude the four attackers acted without the assistance of foreign terrorists, officials and lawmakers said Wednesday.

London bombers were known to MI5:

British security services had come across two men who went on to carry out last year's July 7 bomb attacks on London but did not believe them to be urgent threats, a parliamentary committee has reported

Lone war protester told it's time go:

Brian Haw's one-man protest is almost as much a part of Parliament Square as the great, brooding statue of Sir Winston Churchill standing next to it.

Chagos families win right to return :

A group of British citizens evicted from the Chagos Islands 40 years ago to make way for a military base won a new victory in the high court today in their legal bid to return home.

Cold War Talk Prompts Russian Call for 'World

Russian Foreign Secretary Sergueii Lavrov called for the establishment of a world government, bringing together the United States and Russia. Lavrov's call comes at a time of a chilling of relations between Moscow and Washington and amidst signs of a new Cold War

Chávez to snub No 10 on private visit to Britain:

HUGO CHÁVEZ, the President of Venezuela and one of Tony Blair’s most vocal critics abroad, arrives in London this weekend on a whirlwind visit during which he will be fêted by Ken Livingstone, Labour MPs and the TUC but will avoid contact with the Prime Minister and his Government.

NSA Call-Tracking Program Sparks Alarm:

A USA Today report that says the National Security Agency has been secretly using records provided by the three largest American telephone companies to build a massive database of foreign and domestic phone calls. The program was launched shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001

Seventy two in Congress join battle against wiretaps :

Seventy two members of Congress filed papers late Wednesday seeking to end President George W. Bush's warrantless NSA eavesdropping program

Phone Companies Accused of Letting Government Spy on Consumers :

The Beltway was abuzz Thursday with fallout from a “USA Today” report that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting phone data on millions of Americans since Sept. 11, 2001.

NSA Whistleblower Alleges Illegal Spying :

Russell Tice, a longtime insider at

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