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March 7, 1978 - Oil, Coal And Settlements Everywhere.
March 7, 1978. Sharp divide among Israelis about settlements in Arab territories. Coal Miners Strike. Carter invoking Taft-Hartley to settle strike. Panama Canal Treaty debate continues. Rhodesia border clashes with Zambia. Cairo looking to Washington for leadership in Middle-East Peace talks. Kuwait Oil Minister seeks boost in prices. Larry Flynt recovering from surgery following shooting. Mid-West feeling effects of Coal Strike. Read more...
Scott Horton: None of Us Were Like This Before Fact-esque: Democratic Strategists vs Reality Words of Power: From the Gulf to Lockerbie to Read more...
Paul Krugman discussed his recent article in the New York Times with GPS's Fareed Zakaria about why the deficit hawks are dead wrong on the path our c Read more...
From Democracy Now Naomi Klein talks to Amy Goodman about the deficit hawks at the G20's plans to destroy what's left of the social safety nets fo Read more...
The Reid Report: Rand Paul, the Joe the Plumber of eye doctors Eunomia: U.S. hawks suddenly discover the futility of NATO Ta-Nehisi Coates Read more...

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There's a basic economic reality that escapes politicians in election years: It takes money in consumers' hands to buy things which then creates deman Read more...
Krugman on how the G20 economic conference has been taken over by the deficit hawks, and predicts we're headed for a "lost decade," like the one t Read more...
Steve Benen writes the defense post that I've been considering for the last few days. He's asking, so where are those responsible Republican fisca Read more...
[media id=17003] Thanks, Sen. Stabenow, it's nice to know someone has a clue. But what about the Speaker of the House? I know Nancy Pelosi can chan Read more...
The Spark That Lit The Match That Started The Fire That . . . The Invasion Of Cambodia - April 29, 1970
(What got Kent and Jackson State started - Invasion of Cambodia, 1970) [media id=12724] When Richard Nixon campaigned for President in 1968, he lo Read more...