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Mary Ellen McNish, AFSC’s general secretary, just returned from a week-long delegation of U.S. religious leaders to meet with Iran’s president and other civic and religious leaders. The delegation, led by the AFSC and the Mennonite Central Committee, was the first U.S. religious group to meet with an Iranian president in Iran since the revolution in 1979.
This delegation is an example of the person-to-person diplomacy that AFSC has engaged in throughout its 90-year history.
Sam Husseini: Madame Secretary, please. Please just a few short questions.
Condoleeza Rice: Sorry. Gotta Run.
SH: You can make time for the press.
CR: I just did.
SH: Well that was some other press. Madame Secretary in 2001 both you and Colin Powell said Saddam Hussein didn't have weapons of mass destruction. You said his military forces have not been rebuilt. How do you reconcile that with your previous — with your statements — during the buildup of the war?
Sam Husseini: Follow-up on Iran: You've said that they should be negotiating, but you've also said at the [Herzliya] Security Conference in Israel that all options should be on the table. Isn't that an implied threat that violates international law? That's part one.
By Richard Matthews
I was interviewed on radio last week about impeachment. The interview on KZFR (North Sacramento area) is now posted here. It is 54 minutes long (including about 10 minutes at the beginning with Washington State Senator Eric Oemig) and the file is 37 MB.
February 16, 2007
By Debbie Rodriguez
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Rev. Yearwood intro to Cindy:
By David Swanson
There are those who believe that Bush and Cheney have committed impeachable offenses but that we should not try to impeach them. In this discussion, Bob McAdams lays out the arguments.
Then there are those, like myself, who think we need to put everything we've got into impeachment now. Here's my case.
Meanwhile, there are a lot of people who see both sides and want to hash it out and mull it over, as in this discussion that followed Bob's and my remarks at a Charlottesville Center for Peace and Justice gathering in a living room in Charlottesville, Va.
Others may find this a useful exchange and want to engage in a similar group conversation.
By Michael Gillotti
1. When you lied to the country, to take us to war,
it was a serious crime.
You said he had weapons of mass destruction, soon he¹d be at our door,
So we¹d all fall in line.
You may have fooled us once, but now that we see,
We¹ve Got To Impeach.
2. When you piled the prisoners, onto the floor,
By William Hughes
On the streets, in the Halls of Congress, in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, at the gates of the White House itself, and elsewhere, activists have opposed the Bush-Cheney Gang's illegal and immoral war in Iraq, as well as the torture of detainees at Abu Ghraib and Gitmo. This video, which features 90 photos, represents only a handful of the thousands of demonstrations that have been held across the country since the Iraqi War was launched on March 20, 2003.
Video Here. This was done mainly by Stand Up Seattle, a group that is part of the Seattle Occupation Project. Senator Murray was at a meeting of local law enforcement officers. "Since she never will meet with us, we went to one of her only public appearances during the Congressional recess," activists said.
Catch David Swanson discussing impeachment with Keith Murphy tomorrow on The Urban Journal, which airs online and at XM Satellite Radio Channel 169, "The Power" daily, Monday through Friday, 7pm Eastern and the special edition at 1am, with shows archived on the website.
AUDIO: San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly explains why San Francisco Representative Nancy Pelosi won't move to impeach George W
San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly explains why San Francisco Representative Nancy Pelosi won't move to impeach George W. Bush despite overwhelming support for doing so among those she "represents" AUDIO.