Thursday, April 22, 2010

A special message from Robert Parry @ Consortium News

On the 35th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, Don North and other war correspondents revisit old haunts and recall lost friends. 

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While there also read:

Fearing right-wing national-security attacks, President Obama shied from revamping nuclear-use policies, says Melvin A. Goodman. 

President Obama's revised nuclear policy doesn't repair the damage caused by President Bush's reckless actions, writes Ivan Eland.

Toxicologists are finding small but troubling amounts of Prozac and other drugs entering the water supplies, warns Gary G. Kohls. 

Rev. Howard Bess says Christians should read the Bible as a complex historical debate argued out over ancient centuries.

Oscar-winning foreign film, "The Secret in Their Eyes," blends passion, mystery and a critique of police work, writes Lisa Pease.

The Tea Partiers take aim at Big Government when the real culprit is corporate power, write Bill Moyers and Michael Winship. 

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