1. BREAKING: "WTC 7 Did Not Collapse from Fire" Dr. Leroy Hulsey... Engineering Experts, 9/11 Families And A Former NIST Employee Call On Congress To Launch A New Investigation Into 9/11!
2. Richard Gage of AE911Truth.org Introduces & Explains The Science Behind The 9/11 Truth Movement
3. The Explosive Testimony Of The 9/11 Firefighters & Other 9/11 Truth Heroes
This is a strategy that works in the US, for some reason. The GOP can point to women being oppressed and use that to kill women and their babies like the (mostly) South/Army did regularly with the Native Americans such as the massacre at Wounded Knee. Just something people should keep in mind when dealing with Republican/Southern Politics ;
Democracy Now - The Other War: A Look At the Role of Women in Post-9/11 Afghanistan;
While much of the world’s attention focuses on Iraq, the people of Afghanistan, especially women, continue to suffer from President Bush’s other war. The liberation of Afghan women–one of the Bush administration’s stated reasons for overthrowing the Taliban — has failed. Insecurity, sexual violence and oppression continue to dominate life for women in Afghanistan. We talk to KPFK’s Sonali Kolhatkar It was a day of mourning today in the southern Iraqi city of Basra following yesterday’s multiple bomb attacks that left at least 68 Iraqis dead. Among them nearly 20 children, whose schhol bus was blown up. Large crowds formed a procession as the coffins of some of the victims were carried through the streets of the city. Meanwhile, fighting continues to rage in the western Iraqi city of Fallujah. The US military says it killed 36 resistance fighters over the past 24 hours, while Iraqi hospital officials in the city are reporting civilian casualties. The growing popular uprising against the U.S occupation of Iraq is headline news across the world. But as much attention is focused on the Middle East, little attention is being paid to another country occupied by US forces. And that is Afghanistan. The Bush administration has consistently labeled the invasion of Kabul a success. But reports from humanitarian organizations, United Nations officials and Afghans themselves paint a very different picture–warlords dominate much of the country, the Taliban is still a force in many parts, and the illegal drug trade is flourishing. A wave of violence has claimed more than 650 lives since last summer and general elections have been postponed from June until September because of security concerns and voter registration delays. The liberation of Afghan women–one of the Bush administration’s stated reasons for overthrowing the Taliban — has failed. Insecurity, sexual violence and oppression continue to dominate life for women in Afghanistan. We are joined in our studio today by Sonali Kolhatkar host of the popular Pacifica Radio Show, Uprising on KPFK. She is Vice President of the Afghan Women’s Mission, a group that works in solidarity with Afghans to help improve health and educational facilities for Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Last week Sonali interviewed Sahar Saba, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA). She is one of the main spokespeople, travelling all over the world to raise awareness of Afghan’s women’s oppression and resistance.
Mass Murder (War Crimes) By The Pentagon & Bush Administration (A Collection/List)
GOP Proves Itself To Be The "War Party" Yet Again! (With The Paul Ryan Budget)
The Iraq Effect (2007): New Study Finds 600% Rise in Terrorism Since US Invasion of Iraq
Corporate Media's Iraq War Coverup: Incontrovertible Proof Of Network News & The Beltway Media Covering Facts About The Iraq War For Their GOP Masters
9/11 History: Bush/Cheney Lied About The Link Between Iraq & 9/11... And When They Were Busted The Media Covered It Up! (Worse, Cheney Planned To Take The Iraqi Oil Fields BEFORE 9/11!!!)
The Invisible War (Military Rape) & The Violence Against Women Act
National Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month: As Bill O Reilly Gets Caught Up In Sex Scandals We Take A Look At Rape In The Military & Thier Republican Defenders