Facebook Slider
Optional Member Code
Get News Alerts!

by Brent Budowsky

To save any semblance of rationality for American policy in Iraq new leaders, a Democratic Congress and the resignation of Secretary Rumsfeld are urgently needed.

by Peter Rost, M.D., former Vice President of Pfizer and author of "The Whistleblower, Confessions of a Healthcare Hitman"

Few recent elections have been as critical for the drug industry as this one. And that's the reason The Wall Street Journal reports that "Assailed by Democrats, drug companies are pouring millions of dollars into close races, giving some Republicans a financial edge."



How long should the Bush administration get away with their shenanigans by always claiming stupidity? We have to sue to get the papers of secret meetings by Cheney and information regarding 911. Bush resealed the papers of his father (shouldn't have been allowed to do this) George H. W. Bush, and President Reagan ... and even then, a group of partisan judges are able to stop that information from becoming public, or maybe it just gets shredded. Much of the regular government information to the public has been taken down from the Internet because of the Bush administration ... it's the public's right to know. The most secretive administration ever to supposedly work for the American people.

Friday, 03 November 2006 06:48

Ruth Lopez: Kerry Was Right

by Ruth Lopez

Anyone who points out the Bush Administration's mean-spirited and self-serving treatment of our troops is quickly and loudly painted as anti-military. This is to stop the public from tuning into the sad reality that, for all their flag-waving, the Republicans' treatment of our troops is not much better than their treatment of Katrina victims.

Friday, 03 November 2006 04:48

BuzzFlash Mailbag for November 3, 2006


Subject: drug rehab for haggard before tues? cnn reports he ONLY spoke with w h staffers

that'll work for bush. put haggard in rehab before tues with no admission of gay sex. and have the media report, like cnn just did just now, that haggard only spoke with white house staffers not bush. protect bush at this point at all costs. pricks.

by Steven Jonas, MD, MPH

This morning, Ann Coulter, along with a steady stream of Republican heavyweights (and no Democrats) appeared on "Fox and Friends," the "fair and balanced" morning show of the Fox "News" Channel. She shared a couple of pieces of political wisdom with her audience that I thought might enlighten our readers about what she is really about (that is, if you need any further enlightening). First, she told us that the prime reason that the Republicans need to retain control of Congress was that only the Bush Administration could be trusted to secure our nation's security. This on the morning that the New York Times revealed that since March until Yesterday, the Department of Defense had up on the web a site about the dastardly Saddam Hussein that showed, among other things, how to make an atomic bomb. When asked how she would compare the Foley scandal with the Kerry scandal (sic), Ms. Coulter allowed that the former only concerned one single individual who needed help, while the latter concerned the whole of the Democratic Party, revealing how traitorous it is (well, you know those liberals). And there you have it, folks: the wisdom (sic, and sick) of Ann Coulter.


"GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Imagine this. We're in the middle of a war on terror. And one of the most fundamental fights is in Iraq. And ... the Democrats have no plan for victory. They have no idea how to win." And now after three and a half years of continued fighting, and one failure after the other, it's painfully obvious, neither do you, George Bush! Seems to me you started this fight in Iraq, didn't finish the one in Afghanistan, and you certainly have not accomplished the mission!


Bus Driver Fired For Flipping Bush Off

by Tony Peyser

To that one finger, I'll add four more than she planned
Which is just a friendly way to give her a hand.


Summaries are excerpted from the source articles; the featured article follows the summary section. A recommended "site of the day" will also appear occasionally following the summaries.


China should invest in Saudi Arabia's petrochemical sector or risk becoming a victim of the Gulf nation's bid to use its energy reserves to become an industry leader. "Don't' miss the boat," Amr Al-Dabbagh, governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), told Chinese investors at the closing session of the CEO Forum here yesterday. His speech on "Beyond the intent to performance" was a strong message to over 400 top global CEOs who took part in the event organized by Business Week. ... The Kingdom hopes to draw $50 billion of foreign cash into the petrochemical industry over the next 15 to 20 years as part of a campaign to make it one of the top three countries in the sector. China's vast market and export-oriented manufacturing industries makes it a perfect partner for Saudi companies with their cheap energy and feedstock. "It makes economic sense for Chinese firms to process petrochemicals in Saudi Arabia instead of shipping energy and raw materials home to do it there," Dabbagh said. The Kingdom aims to grab 15 percent of the global market in plastics by 2020 and boost ethylene output to 14 million tons by 2010 from under seven million tons at present. "China is a global player in finished plastic products and the Kingdom has an ongoing expansion program in this sector," Dabbagh said. "So instead of the Chinese watching their market share globally shrinking, they would be better off being part of the action," he added.

by Brent Budowsky

To Military Families: This note will contain harsh words and for those who serve, and those who love them, two suggestions right at the top.

Page 1257 of 1347