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To his credit, Mattzie calls for a date certain to end the war. To his credit, Andrews then agrees. And Mattzie says Congress should vote No on the Supplemental unless it forces an end of the war. Andrews does not disagree.
3-5-07: David Swanson, co-founder of AfterDowningStreet.org, criticizes Washington, D.C., Democrats for foot-dragging on impeachment/Iraq War-ending for perceived, but non-existent, partisan and personal political advantage (Impeachment Channel #30)
ON-LINE VIDEO IN TWO PARTS
"In an unprecedented two-day Citizens' Hearing held over January 20-21, 2007, more than 600 citizens joined a distinguished tribunal panel in listening to testimony about the legality of the US invasion of Iraq. The Citizens' Hearing on the Legality of U.S. Actions in Iraq was convened to present evidence that Lt. Ehren Watada would have presented in his February 5 court martial on the question that the military ruled barred from entry (on Jan. 16) - the question of the Iraq War's legality. Lt. Watada has repeatedly asserted that because the Iraq War is illegal, it is his duty to refuse orders to deploy. He is the Army's first commissioned officer to take such a stand." For complete details on the Citizens' Hearing, please see: http://www.WarTribunal.org For updates on Lt. Watada, please see: http://www.thankyoult.org
By Evan Derkacz
The Nation's Max Blumenthal confronted some of the rightwing's leading lights including, yes, Ann Coulter... WATCH.
Hear Daniel Ellsberg, Rev. Lennox Yearwood of the Hip Hop Caucus, World Can't Wait National Coordinator Debra Sweet, Fr. Luis Barrios and Anastasia Gomes:
Monday, March 5
9 - 11 P.M. EST: This is a live 2 hour round-table with call-ins.
WBAI, 99.5 FM, the Pacifica affiliate in New York
Listen online at www.WBAI.org
Frank Gaffney, pres. Center for Security Policy, Singer/Songwriter Holly Near, Journalist Robert Dreyfus, Terry Tyler
Washington Times columnist Frank Gaffney is the President of Center for Security Policy and a leading Washington hawk. We'll debate Iraq/Iran and the larger Middle East and Eurasian War in general in the first hour. Top advisors to Gen. Praetorius say we have six months to win in Iraq or face a Vietnam-Style collapse. What is victory in Iraq now, anyway? What will a war with Iran look like? What will Russia and China do?
By DEMOCRACY NOW!
* Investigative Reporter Seymour Hersh: US Indirectly Funding Al-Qaeda Linked Sunni Groups in Move to Counter Iran *
Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh joins us to talk about his explosive
new article in the New Yorker Magazine. Hersh reports that John Negroponte¹s
decision to resign as National Intelligence Director was made in part
because of the Bush administration¹s covert actions including the indirect
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