Here we go again, possible splintering of progressive forces may be on the horizon
Nader considering another try at White House in 2004
Feb. 6, 1993
Here is a collection of MP3s that include the best of this legendary show from 1993. Also included is a bonus track of a pre-show interview on KUSF radio, San Francisco with several of the participants .
The roster includes; Hakim Bey, Robert Anton Wilson, Nick Herbert, Rob Brezsny and Joseph Matheny.
Download them and enjoy!
Note: A couple of spots in the tapes that these MP3s were made from were on the deeper end of a degradation process, therefore the quality is as good as it can be while also keeping file size in mind. Do a right click and “Save As”to save these files to your hard disk.
More enemies he has proclaimed,
He’s lined them up he’s naming names.
He says the fight will never end
He asks the nation to spend and spend
Why should we?
Safety for the homeland says he,
But words are all that we can see
And the money he takes from all of us
He gives to friends and leaves us bust.
How could he?
But money is not all that’s there
Our sons and daughters die, we care
Soon more will die than died before
He said that we had won the war.
Why would he ?
He lied to us the record’s clear
Americans die it’s what we fear
He should be impeached, or just resign
It’s what we need, he’s crossed the line.
But will he?
Bush rakes in the bucks in quick rush to California, is met by protestors
Bush Raising Millions in Quick Trip to California
Excerpt: “Hundreds of anti-Bush demonstrators lined up behind barricades at the entrance to the Marriott, but the crowds around the hotel, where the roads had been barricaded for hours, did not approach the large sizes that had been predicted by the White House and local authorities. Still, a long cordon of police in riot gear guarded the hotel from protesters who waved signs that said ‘Bush lies, Iraqi people and G.I.’s die!’ and ‘Leave No Millionaire Behind.’”
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Times reporter cum Bush junta propaganda conduit Judith Miller finally comes in for questioning by the likes of Howard Kurtz. Already known as a warmonger and a fawning admirer of champ swindler Ahmad Chalabi, Miller is depicted in the piece as having the nerve to threaten uniform military personnel with her chumminess with the pro-death assholes heading The War Against Terror (TWAT):
One military officer, who says that Miller sometimes “intimidated” Army soldiers by invoking Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld or Undersecretary Douglas Feith, was sharply critical of the note. “Essentially, she threatened them,” the officer said, describing the threat as that “she would publish a negative story.”
Of course if Fisk or anyone writing from the left – or even anyone writing objectively – were to be charged similarly, the killbloggers would be in full uproar.
But Miller is not interested in objectivity, so the story is consequentially not getting any play in Andy Land, the most notable venue for Times bashing.