Monday, June 06, 2005

10 items from BuzzFlash

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Iran Wants to Cooperate with the U.S., but Expects U.S. to show "goodwill" (An impossibility with "Axis of Evil" Bush in office); and more in the June 3rd World Media Watch by Gloria Lalumia

Staten Island students hurt that Erica Jong called politicians liars in commencement speech. Guess they didn't get a very good education. 6/6

Pat Tillman's dad said that the path to true patriotism is confronting your government when it lies. 6/5

"60 Minutes" explores "justice" at Guantanamo -- military defense lawyers stunned by lack of due process 6/6

"They all have the same name; it's impossible." Australian paper offers a snapshot of traumatized Iraqi villagers and confused U.S. round-ups of suspects marked with an 'X' 6/6

P.M. Carpenter: Just one domestic article on Downing Street Memo since it broke? 6/5

Veterans and others help woman soldier who lost legs in Iraq 6/6

From the archives on the occasion of Emmett Till's reburial: Washington Times editor, a pro-Confederate, says killing wasn't racism 6/5

North Korea Calls Cheney A "Bloodthirsty Beast" -- Verse-Case Scenario by Tony Peyser

Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train (DVD); "Mr. Zinn delivers a challenge when he says, 'To be neutral and to be passive is to collaborate with whatever is going on.' Democracy he defines as 'not just a counting-up of votes' but a 'counting-up of actions.'"

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