Bush's Veil Over History - Now, however, Mr. Bush can prevent the public from knowing not only what he did in office, but what Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan did in the name of democracy. [...] George W. Bush and his father can see to it that their administrations pass into history without examination. Their rationales for waging wars in the Middle East will go unchallenged. There will be no chance to weigh the arguments that led the administration to condone torture by our armed forces. The problems of federal agencies entrusted with public welfare during times of national disaster - 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina - will be unaddressed. Details on no-bid contracts awarded to politically connected corporations like Halliburton will escape scrutiny, as will the president's role in Environmental Protection Agency's policies on water and air polluters.
As Polar Ice Turns to Water, Dreams of Treasure Abound - With the thawing of the polar ice caps, the Arctic is undergoing a great rush for virgin territory and natural resources.
That's my Declaration of InDRMpendence. Don't let this plague spread beyond the epidemic level that it has already reached. Just say no to DRM (stop buying DRM-wrapped content before it's way too late and oppose any DRM-related laws under consideration by any legislative body).
Potty training in infancy
Stem cells without the embryo.
Can a Man Become President? - Real men are not towel snapping bullies like President Bush, whose target is the poor and those least able to defend themselves.