January

CBS takes the low road to Athens story

ATHENS, Greece – Last week Greek Prime Minister Kostas Simitis visited the White House and Ground Zero, where he expressed the sorrow of the Greek people for the tragic events of Sept. 11.

Peace forces hold forum on war crimes

TEL-AVIV – The Gush Shalom peace bloc held a forum here Jan. 9 about the war crimes perpetrated by the Israeli occupation army and security services against the Palestinian people.

War for oil? No, theres gas, too!

A U.S. Department of Energy report, issued in June 2001, ranked Turkmenistan’s reserve of natural gas, with more than 101 trillion cubic feet, as the fifth largest in the world.

Everythings backwards at NORNE

Some companies have learned about and adjusted to the new economy. They have become experts at maximizing profits based on the deregulation of energy markets.

Bush steals elections and ignores terrorism against Cuba

The year 2001 was a very bad year for the people of the world. It started with the inauguration of an illegitimate president, George W. Bush.

Arab-Americans condemn focus on Arabs for deportation

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) today condemned a new Justice Department policy that will place special attention on 6,000 of the 300,000 deportation “absconders” in the United States because they are young men from the Middle East.

CUNY conducting an anti-immigrant tuition policy

NEW YORK – The Professional Staff Congress (PSC) has rallied a coalition of elected, labor, religious and community leaders to condemn the City University of New York’s (CUNY) recent tuition increase for undocumented and out-of-status immigrant students.

Enron and the class struggle

Were the consequences not so serious, the Enron debacle would have the makings of quite a comedy. Never have so many capitalists, CEOs, bankers, accountants, stockbrokers, media moguls and politicians all conspired to loot so many pension funds and defraud small investors, consumers and each other.

Bush opens forests to logging

WASHINGTON – The nation’s number two forest official issued a precedent-setting decision Dec. 17 that could greatly affect America’s National Forests.

Argentina crisis points to U.S.

Health-care activists in the United States, especially those who follow the international activities of the greedy, ravenous medical industrial complex, see the economic crisis taking place in Argentina as, in part, caused by U.S. corporate interests.

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