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Today's Highlights

Standing Up Against the War Party: J. Raimondo
Is Bush Becoming Irrelevant?: Patrick Buchanan
McCain (Mis)Speaks: Cerf/Navasky/Engelhardt
Give China Some Face: Sascha Matuszak
Heroic Sacrifices for Foolish Causes: Doug Bandow

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Making Up 'Law' as They Go Along

 Vincent Bugliosi

Prosecute Bush for Murder

 Rep. Ron Paul

Peace and Liberty

 Cliff Schecter

The Real McCain

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Updated May 30, 2008 - 3:16 PM EDT
US Officials Claim Iran, al-Qaeda in Secret Talks
  Iran Says Its Atomic Work Not a UN Council Issue
Rogue Sadr Militias Roam Baghdad
  Shi'ite Clerics Step Up Opposition to Security Deal
  Military Confirms Marine Gave Gospel Verses to Iraqi Muslims
  Maliki Says Iraq Averts al-Qaeda Plans for Civil War
McClellan: Plame Leak Case Was Turning Point
  Was Press a War 'Enabler'? Two Offer a Nod From Inside
  Rice: Bush Administration Was Clear About Iraq War
  McClellan: Bush 'Secrectly Declassified' NIE on Iraq to Selectively Leak
US Cites Big Gains Against al-Qaeda
US Army Suicide Rates Highest on Record
Global Cluster-Bomb Ban Draws Moral Line in the Sand
Is Bush Becoming Irrelevant?
by Patrick Buchanan
Murdoch Goes After Condi, Urges Blockade Against Iran  by Jim Lobe
Stopping the War Machine: Military Recruiters Must Be Confronted  by Ron Kovic
McCain (Mis)Speaks  by Christopher Cerf, Victor S. Navasky, and Tom Engelhardt
Give China Some Face  by Sascha Matuszak
Surprise, Surprise: Bush Lied
by Robert Parry

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Gingrich: Bush Should Have Allowed Some Terrorist Attacks as 'Reminder'
Marine Says He Was Ordered to Delete Iraq Body Photos
Little Action on Iraq Debt Relief at Conference
Turkey Attacks Kurdish Rebels in Iraq
British Turnabout Key to Cluster Bomb Ban
18 Killed as Suicide Bombers
Target Iraqi Police
Today in Iraq
Insurgents Hide in Tanker to Attack Iraqi Police
US Reassigns Marine for Passing Out Bible Verses to Muslims
More Sunnis Joining Iraq's National Police
Soccer Overseers Allow Iraq to Resume World Cup Bid
Kurds Wary of October Elections in Iraq
Key Data on Iraq's Economy
Attacks Continue
Clashes Close Highway Near Tikrit
Iraqi Music School Battles Violence, Persecution
Clashes Kill at Least 12 Insurgents in Iraq
Thursday: 29 Iraqis Killed, 76 Wounded
Global Iraq Fallout
Iraq's Appeals Stir Little Arab Response
Iraq to Review Jordan Discount Oil Deal: VP
Arab States Still Wary of Investing in Iraq
Citing Its Resources, Iraq Appeals for Development Partners
Britain Makes One-Year Anniversary Appeal for Release of Hostages in Iraq
The War at Home
Campaign Jousting Returns to Iraq War
Obama Considers Iraq Visit Amid GOP Criticism
CNN Reporter Talks of Pressure to Be Patriotic
McClellan Says He Believed in Bush as War Started
McClellan Says First Loyalty Is to Truth as He Defends Bush Book
Ex-Prosecutors Side With Congress in Subpoena Case
NYC Says UN Owes It $6 Million in Back Rent
US Military
Chief of Staff: Army Reviewing Complaints Over Bullets
Defense Says Marine Was 'Fall Guy' in Haditha Case
Ultimate Fighting Recruits Military to Its Ranks
Judge Releases Marine Jailed for Refusing to Talk
500 Air Guardsmen Heading for the War Zones
Pentagon Chief in Guam for Update on Marines' Move
British Military
British Military Worried About Giving Women Guns
Iraq and Afghanistan Troops Under Pressure as More Resign From Britain's Forces
Two Killed in British Army Helicopter Crash
Guantánamo Trials 'Being Rushed'
34 Convicted in Guantanamo Display at US Supreme Court
The Last Briton in Guantánamo Faces Death Penalty
'War on Terror'
Report on Federal Spying on Mosques Concerns Muslims
Italy Officer Tells of Spying on Spies in Cleric's Kidnapping
US Men Face Court Over 'Terrorism-Aligned TV'
9/11 Defendants' Lawyers Want Case Dismissed
Russian Army Suicides
Army Suicides Cause Russia Alarm
Russia Lost Battalion to Suicide
Bullying Blamed for High Level of Suicides in Russian Army
Gunman Kills Six People in Bosnia Village
UN: Balkans 'One of the Safest' Parts of Europe
US Staff Ramps Up for Exercise in Romania
UN Maintains High Hopes on Cyprus Reunification Talks
Ethiopian, Somali Fores Raid District on Outskirts of Mogadishu
Official Says Somali Pirates Hijack Two More Boats
Puntland Troops Sent to Rescue Cargo Ship From Pirates
First UN Peacekeeper Killed in Darfur
Wife: Mugabe Will Never Leave Office
UN Council to Tackle Sudan, Somalia on Africa Trip
Troops Resume Shooting in Guinea
Iran Rejects Nuclear Weapons Suspicions as Fabricated
Iran Slams Iraq 'Occupiers' at International Meeting
Ten Nations Give Iran Information to IAEA: Diplomats
US: Report Increases Iran Concerns
US-Iran Regional Power Plays Shift
Iran Calls for National Reconciliation in Iraq
Iran Sees US Voters Wanting Change
US Terrorism Claimants Compete for Iranian Assets
Official Defends US Monitoring of Syrian Site
Peres: If Assad Wants Peace, He Should Come to Jerusalem
Sarkozy Praises Syria's Assad in Call
Syria DM: Israel Pullout From Golan the Way to Peace
Livni Adds to Pressure on Olmert to Stand Down
Livni: Rising Star of Israel's Troubled Political Establishment
US Pulls Grants From Gaza Students: Israel Won't Let Them Leave
Netanyahu: Elections Needed to Safeguard Golan Heights
Dozens Captured in Israeli Incursion in Gaza: Witnesses
Tutu Blasts International 'Complicity' Over Gaza
Israel to Spend Nearly $1 Million to Fortify 20 Tractors Near Gaza
Return of Seniora Upsets Hezbollah and Allies
Militancy, Hedonism Coexist in Duality of Lebanon
Lebanon Back on Track as Top Tourist Spot
NATO Reports 30 Afghan Taliban Killed
Suicide Bomb Kills Four in Kabul
Retired General Picked as IG for Afghan Rebuilding
NATO Urges Greater Afghan Effort on Opium Trade
NATO Chief in Afghanistan Says Pakistan's Tack on Militants Is Not as Promised
Musharraf Denies Resignation Rumors
Pakistan Calls for Rethink on Terror
Detained Pakistan Atomic Scientist Slams Musharraf
Swat Valley Peace Accord Inches Forward
US Will Talk to Nepal Ruling Party, Won't Remove Them From Terror Lists
Police Clash With Anti-King Protesters in Nepal
Nepal Army Will Respect Abolition of Monarchy
Nepal Raises National Flag in Palace
North Korea, Snubbed, Could Pick a Naval Fight: Report
US Sees North Korea Nuclear Declaration Soon; June Talks
North Korea Taking Tougher Stance, Ex-Envoy Warns
Rice Says Policy on North Korea Is a Team Effort
US Probes Whether Laptop Copied on China Trip
China Rights Lawyers Say Licenses Blocked After Tibet Call
Sri Lanka Warns Western Sanctions Can Stoke Ethnic Conflict
UN Chief Walked Diplomatic Tightrope With Myanmar Junta
Chavez Revamps Spy Agencies in Venezuela
Venezuela Says Arrests Suspected US Drugs Agent

Justin Raimondo
Standing Up Against the War Party

Doug Bandow
Heroic Sacrifices for Foolish Causes: Memorial Days Past and Present

Sascha Matuszak
Give China Some Face

Charles Peña
Things to Remember on Memorial Day

David R. Henderson
The Fight for Memorial Day

Alan Bock
Talking About Nothing

Ivan Eland
Negotiating with 'Terrorists and Radicals' Is a Must

Nebojsa Malic
Tadic's Titanic

Philip Giraldi
The Fourth Estate Fails Again

Ran HaCohen
Israel at Sixty

Praful Bidwai
One Last Push for India-US Nuke Deal

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