Today's Highlights

The Ron Paul Effect: Justin Raimondo
US Takes Gold in Arms Olympics: Frida Berrigan
Israel's Next War: Uri Avnery
Unwelcome History: Arthur Silber
Cultural Consequences of Iraq: Georgie Anne Geyer

 Scott Horton

Presidency Unbound, The Theory and Practice of the Unitary Executive

 Michael Scheuer

Ex-Head of CIA’s Osama Unit says Ron Paul “exactly correct”

 Chalmers Johnson

Nemesis: The Last Days of the American Republic

 Gareth Porter

Iran War Off For Now: But Dick Cheney ain’t gone yet

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US 'Tried to Get Sadr to Talks to Kill Him'

Brown Won't Pull UK Troops Out of Iraq: US Official

  Iraq Study Group Report May Get 2nd Look

Monday: 1 Briton, 48 Iraqis Killed; 79 Iraqis Wounded

Iraqi VP Blasts US-Iran Talks
  Another Theater for US-Iran Fallout: The South Caucasus
60 Dead as Lebanon Army Fights Militants, Blast Hits Beirut
  Lebanese Army Battles Islamists in Bloodiest Day Since Civil War
As US, NATO Turn to Airpower, Civilian Casualties Mount
  Potentially Explosive Date Set in Pakistan Crisis
Religion, the Progressives, Empire, and the Drug War  by Arthur Silber
Cultural Consequences of Iraq
by Georgie Anne Geyer
Wolfowitz Is the Architect of His Own Collapse  by Lawrence Wilkerson
US Takes Gold in Arms Olympics
by Frida Berrigan and Tom Engelhardt
Israel's Next War  by Uri Avnery
Ron Paul Can't Say That, Can He?
by Rod Dreher

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Israeli Airstrikes Kill at Least 12
Iraqi Shi'ite Leader Has Lung Cancer
US Officers Try Negotiating Before Buildup in Baghdad Slum
Mahdi Army Forges Fragile Truce With Rival Badr Organization
For Iraq War, Washington Turns to an Old Standby
CIA Leak Lawsuit Resumes Against Cheney, Others
At Padilla Terror Trial, a Witness' Surprise Effect
Former Leaders Find That All the World's Their Stage
US Soldiers Face Mounting Frustration in Search for Three Comrades
Today in Iraq
One Family's Misery Exposes Iraq's Trauma
In Iraq, a Day Off Is a Lot of Work
Militant Behind Karbala Attack Killed
Iraqi Actors Confront Life in a War Zone
Outlaws Plunder Iraq's Dwindling River Fisheries
South Korea Reports First Death in Iraq Mission
Sunday: 7 GIs, 1 South Korean, 97 Iraqis Killed; 94 Iraqis Wounded
The War at Home
Pelosi Says Congress Will Keep Pressing Bush on Limits for Iraq
States to Outlaw Sales of Some Antiwar T-Shirts
Iraq President Takes Weighty Problem to US
Study Finds Trend Among Imprisoned Vets
Pennsylvania Groups Gather for Antiwar 'Shindig'
Antiwar Protesters Vow Appeal of Ban on West Point Demonstration
Battles of Britain
British Soldiers Wounded in Basra Amid Reports of Withdrawal
Brown: Attacking Iraq Was 'Right'
Prince Harry Will Go in Navy
Briton Charged With Terrorist Offenses Linked to July 7 Bombings
British Man Arrested for Possessing 'Al-Qaeda Manual'
Antiwar Heckler 'Dragged From the Room' During Brown Meeting
Ethiopia: 1,000 Insurgents Killed in Mogadishu in March and April
Mogadishu Mayor Survives Bomb
Italy Presses Ethiopia to Pull Out Troops From Somalia
Chinese Activists Looking to Africa
Sudan Parliamentarians Pledge to Restore Peace
'Kidnapped Indians in Nigeria Safe'
Moroccan Police Arrest Three Human-Rights Activists
Ivorian Militias Start to Disarm
Howard: Australia Must Continue to Fight in Iraq, Afghanistan to 'Ensure Stability'
Flying Gitmo Detainee Back to Australia 'Cost $500,000'
Ecuador to Militarize Oil Installations 'To Ensure Security'
Iran: Nuclear Issue Off Limits in US Talks
Official: Iran Progressing on Nukes
Ahmadinejad and the Petrol Paradox
Israel Strikes Hamas Leader's Home; 8 Dead
Israeli Cabinet Approves Assassinations in Gaza
Hamas, Fatah Agree to End All Hostilities in the Gaza Strip
Israel Steps Up Attacks on Hamas as Palestinian Cease-Fire Teeters
Shin Bet: Wiretaps Can Be Used Against 'Subversives'
Rights Group: Israeli Military Keeping Palestinian Students From Attending School
Peres: Israel Will Prevent 'Opposing' Peace Plan
Palestinian Refugees Face Siege After Lebanese Soldiers Killed
Shadowy Militants New Threat to Lebanese Govt
How a Cluster Bomblet Took a Teen's Leg – and Is Slowly Killing Her Father
Thousands Stage New Turkish Pro-Secular Rally
NATO Forces Wound Four More Afghan Civilians
Suicide Bomber Kills 14 in Afghanistan
Influx of al-Qaeda, Money Into Pakistan Is Seen
Tension Grips Waziristan as Uzbeks Find New Sanctuary
Pakistani Cleric Threatens Violence
Sri Lanka: 541 Rebels Killed in Four Months
Thousands Protest Against Thai Junta
Timor Runoff Winner Takes Office as New Violence Erupts
Nepal Agrees to Improve Conditions for Maoist Fighters
US Troops to Test New Bases in Romania, Bulgaria
Bulgarian Government Struggles to Win Euro Vote
Selling Lots of Roses, Wink Wink? Exit Polls, Bulgarian-Style
Georgian Opposition Leader Gunned Down
St. Petersburg Won't Up Security

Justin Raimondo
The Ron Paul Effect

Alan Bock
A Czar's Half-Life

Doug Bandow
Who Would Jesus Kill?

Philip Giraldi
George Tenet Lies About
His Lies

Ivan Eland
Mission Accomplished – for Iran

David R. Henderson
Hail Ron Paul and Mike Gravel

Nebojsa Malic
Jihad in New Jersey

Charles Peña
Good Intentions and
Unintended Consequences

Praful Bidwai
Sanctions Aggravate Iranian Rights Situation

Ran HaCohen
The Legend of the
Removed Checkpoints

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

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