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14 October, 2004

The Woman Who Didn’t ListenThe genius of Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai.Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé, October 14, 2004

Iraq: "Most Misguided" Policy Since VietnamU.S. security specialists urge sensible foreign policy.Jim Lobe, October 13, 2004
Bipartisan Delusions - October 12, 2004House Republicans and Democrats unite in linking Iraq with 9/11.The Baghdad Bulletin - October 11, 2004At 23, he started Iraq's first English language newspaper. David Enders talks with GNN about gonzo reporting, fear and the ever-elusive exit strategy.
Faith in Exile New!The Lesson of TibetGNN's Chronic Future video New!Watch and Vote!AfterMath: Now on-->-->-->

Bush’s Civil Rights RecordCommission won't discuss it until after electionChecking the Facts, in AdvanceKrugman lists eight distortions... and truthsControversy Over Iraq DebtBaker, Carlyle try to collect money for KuwaitVoter Registrations Trashed?Employees of Republican firm allege fraudU.S. Spies on Chat RoomsWatch what you peckSpymaster at TwilightE. Howard Hunt talks about Guatemala, Bay of Pigs and Che


Stephen MarshallWow - October 11, 2004Anthony LappéGNN on the road - October 12, 2004



Origin of HIV?Theories abound!Taxing The OverweightAnd other solutions to the recession...





Carlyle's Way New!F-9/11 target explainedDan Briody, author "The Iron Triangle", June 30, 2004


Health Care in CrisisThe system is sick

The Exception to the RulersThe voice of the silenced majorityAmy Goodman, Democracy Now!, June 6, 2004

WildcardDown the Rabbit Hole with Delmart Vreeland

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The Woman Who Didn’t Listen
The genius of Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai.
Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé, October 14, 2004



Iraq: "Most Misguided" Policy Since Vietnam
U.S. security specialists urge sensible foreign policy.
Jim Lobe, October 13, 2004



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Bipartisan Delusions - October 12, 2004
House Republicans and Democrats unite in linking Iraq with 9/11.

The Baghdad Bulletin - October 11, 2004
At 23, he started Iraq's first English language newspaper. David Enders talks with GNN about gonzo reporting, fear and the ever-elusive exit strategy.


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Faith in Exile New!
The Lesson of Tibet

GNN's Chronic Future video New!
Watch and Vote!







Bush’s Civil Rights Record
Commission won't discuss it until after election

Checking the Facts, in Advance
Krugman lists eight distortions... and truths

Controversy Over Iraq Debt
Baker, Carlyle try to collect money for Kuwait

Voter Registrations Trashed?
Employees of Republican firm allege fraud

U.S. Spies on Chat Rooms
Watch what you peck

Spymaster at Twilight
E. Howard Hunt talks about Guatemala, Bay of Pigs and Che





Stephen Marshall
Wow - October 11, 2004

Anthony Lappé
GNN on the road - October 12, 2004









Origin of HIV?
Theories abound!

Taxing The Overweight
And other solutions to the recession...














Carlyle's Way New!
F-9/11 target explained
Dan Briody, author "The Iron Triangle", June 30, 2004




Health Care in Crisis
The system is sick


The Exception to the Rulers
The voice of the silenced majority
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!, June 6, 2004