Creating people's geographies
Law Professor on No-Fly List Because Critical of Bush, asked about attendance at Peace Marches
Michael Roston, Professor who criticized Bush told added to terrorist ‘no-fly’ list, Raw Story, 9 April 2007
Walter F. Murphy, a top Constitutional scholar from Princeton who gave a televised speech that slammed President George W. Bush’s executive overreach was recently told that he had been added to the Transportation Security Administration’s terrorist watch list.
King Rat Kissinger Abandons USS Shrubbo
Bill Gallagher, Kissinger’s Useful Idiot Bush Now Finds Himself Alone and Friendless, Niagara Falls Reporter, 10 April 2007
King Rat, Henry Kissinger, is leaving the USS Shrub to save face. His departure underlines the willingness of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney to continue sending young Americans to die in a venture they know has failed. Kissinger is an expert in that area.
Kissinger — who helped chart the course for the disaster in Iraq — is only abandoning ship in a desperate attempt to try to spare his already permanently stained reputation more disgrace. Kissinger kept the war in Vietnam going and sent more Americans to their deaths for political purposes.
Tens of Thousands Demand US Out in Shia Rally in Iraq
Edward Wong, Huge protest in Iraq demands U.S. withdraw, IHT, 9 April 2007
Spy Trial: Espionage on behalf of Israel?
AP, Media seeks public access in upcoming AIPAC lobbyists’ trial, Daily Report Online, 10 April:
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — News organizations filed documents in federal court Monday opposing a government request to close portions of an upcoming trial of two former pro-Israel lobbyists accused of violating the Espionage Act.
Venezuela Flexes Its Regional Muscles
Simon Romero and Clifford Krauss, Oil showdown looms with Venezuela’s Chávez, IHT, 10 April 2007:
CARACAS: With President Hugo Chávez setting a May 1 deadline for an ambitious plan to wrest control of several major oil projects from American and European companies, a showdown is looming here over access to some of the most coveted energy resources outside the Middle East.
Climate Change Claiming Island Victims
Somini Sengupta, Living on the edge: Indians watch their islands wash away, IHT, 10 April, 2007