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Sam Husseini asked Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont about investigating the White House in regards to impeachment proceedings. The Senator spoke about other investigations under way, but did not address the issue of impeachment. VIDEO
Sam Husseini: Senator, townspeople all over your state of Vermont have recently voted for impeachment. Do you think that the facts and the constitution, not the politics, but the facts on the Constitution merit at least investigating Bush and Cheney for impeachment?
Senator Hagel was questioned about recent reports of Kurdish militias receiving U.S. support and operating out of Iraq to launch attacks into Iran. The Senator said he had no knowledge of these reports. Sam Husseini also questioned Hagel about his vote to give the President the authorization to use force and the lead-up to the Iraq war. When Husseini pressed that some public information existed at the time that could cause one to doubt the President’s claims before the war, Hagel insisted that “the entire intelligence community of this government, all 16 agencies,” and our allies were all convinced of the existence of weapons of mass destruction, although Hagel also admitted regretting his vote. VIDEO
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Rep. Marcy Kaptur Defends Voting for War Money in Hallway Conversation with Gael Murphy, Medea Benjamin
Rep. Maurice Hinchey Defends Voting for War Money in Hallway Conversation with Medea Benjamin, Gael Murphy
Jerrold Nadler Defends Voting for War Money in Hallway Discussion With Medea Benjamin and Gael Murphy
"The Iraq Veterans Memorial is an online war memorial that honors the members of the U.S. armed forces who have lost their lives serving in the Iraq War. The Memorial is a collection of video memories from family, friends, military colleagues, and co-workers of those that have fallen."
The House is set to vote today on a controversial bill that sets a timetable
for withdrawing US troops from Iraq. The Democratic measure would give
President Bush nearly $100 billion more for the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan. We host a debate with Rep. Lynn Woolsey, co-founder of the Out
of Iraq Caucus in the House and Robert Borosage of the Campaign for
America's Future. Listen/Watch/Read
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Soldiers Speak Out is a powerful, first-hand testament to the reality of the military experience, told entirely in the words of American veterans who have been to war and are now opposing it. This half-hour documentary serves as a counter-recruitment and organizing tool for activists, schools, and organizations. It provides a sober view of the war in Iraq and an important counterpoint to the "stay-the-course" rhetoric of the Bush administration.
At first, all eyes were on Valerie Plame Wilson who came to testify, but there was another scene-stealing blonde we couldn't take our eyes off of, whose heartfelt nodding kept us from nodding off during Plame Wilson's hearing in front of the Senate Intellegence Committee.
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey is leading efforts to block the Supplemental bill in the House to fund the war. Here's a video (wmv) of her speaking about this at a rally on Sunday in Fresno, California. Here's a video (wmv) of David Swanson on the same topic at the same rally. Here's an edited video (Quicktime) that includes Woolsey, Swanson, and others. Here's a video (wmv) of part of the march through Fresno that preceded the rally. Videos courtesy of Mike Rhodes. Event sponsored by Peace Fresno. Here's current list of Congress Members planning to vote against funding the war.