Tag: Richard Nixon

Resisting, Anyway…

In spite of a new executive order, the increased fear-mongering about "terrorist attacks," including Chertoff's repeated messages from his gut and Santorum's apparent pining for "unfortunate events," the real America is making it clear we've had enough! A group of national leaders and activists are literally marching into Washington DC on Monday, straight to Conyers' office, to sit there until he agrees to immediately push impeachment forward. Details follow.

Conyers has now said if three more Representatives sign on to cosponsor House Resolution 333, he'll push it forward. Has your Rep signed on? Have you called today? Can you join these marchers? If not, how will you support their actions on Monday?

This is only one of a whole series of actions taking place, and we are compiling a list of these examples of continuing resistance, to be posted shortly. In the meantime, take action, and take heart! We are the People! We will not be silent!

The Lethal Media Silence on Kent State

by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman The 1970 killings by National Guardsmen of four students during a peaceful anti-war demonstration at Kent State University have now been shown to be cold-blooded, premeditated official murder. But...

Are You an ‘Unlawful Combatant’? Maybe So…

Antiwar.com's Justin Raimondo analyzes last week's legislation, including its frightening breadth of application and potential, with historical depth, thoroughly linked for perspective and further study.

Entering the Era of Deep Politics

Defining existential politics. by Byron Belitsos newtopiamagazine.net With the inauguration of George W. Bush for a second term, we enter a nightmare phase of American history, a descent into the era of what might be called "deep...

A Hard Reign’s Gonna Fall

Why a second Bush term is opportunity, not crisis for the 9/11 movement By Jeremy Baker No sensible person would attempt to minimize the gravity of W's recent re-selection to the highest office on the planet,...