Today's Highlights

Bush's Wartime Dictatorship: Justin Raimondo
Turning the Corner in Iraq – Yet Again: Leon Hadar
Two False Options: William Lind
The Road to Serfdom: Nebojsa Malic
Rigoberto Alpizar, RIP: Charley Reese

War's a game, which, were their subjects wise, Kings would not play at.
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Updated December 21, 2005 - 11:08 PM EST
Iraq's Election Result: A Divided Nation
Vote Points to Iraqi Islamist Path
Spy Court Judge Quits in Protest
Sunni, Secular Groups Demand New Vote
Fraud Charges May Launch New Insurgency
US Hopes of Secular Iraqi State Fade Away
Secret Spying Program Snared US Calls
AG: Bush Has 'Inherent Authority' to Spy on Americans Without Warrants
Turning the Corner in Iraq – Yet Again  by Leon Hadar
The Anti-American President
by Vox Day
Decoding Mr. Bush  by Karen Kwiatkowski
Bush's Snoopgate  by Jonathan Alter
Negotiate Now  by Robert Dreyfuss
Rigoberto Alpizar, RIP  by Charley Reese

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Bush in 2004: Warrants Always Sought Before Surveillance
Can the Govt Spy on Citizens Without a Warrant?
FBI Watched Activist Groups, New Files Show
Democrats Say They Didn't Back Wiretapping
Poll: 70% of US Jews Oppose War in Iraq
US Has Spent Nearly $40 Million to Pay for 'Collateral Damage'
Iraq's Kurds Keep Options Open
Israeli Diplomat Linked to the AIPAC Affair Back in DC
Dramatic Rise in US Air Strikes in Iraq
Iraqi Elections
Shi'ite Bloc Winning Big in Iraq
Iraq Election Body Rejects Fraud Claims
Taking Stock of Iraq's Election
Final Iraq Election Results Expected in Early January
Today in Iraq
Iraqis Glad 2005 Over, Have Dim Hopes for 2006
Saddam Returns to Court
In Iraq, Even Packing for Home Hides Danger
The War Goes One
US Air Power Strikes Iraq Targets Daily
Sunnis on Hit List
US Army Digs Up Weapons Cache in Iraq
Driver of Jordanian Ambassador Kidnapped in Baghdad
Security Incidents in Iraq, Dec. 21
Global Iraq Fallout
Commander of UK Regiment Accused of Killing Iraqi Civilian on Fast Track to Become General
Ukrainian Troops in Iraq Start Final Phase of Withdrawal
Families of British Troops Killed in Iraq Lose Inquiry Bid
Australian Troops in Iraq Remain 'Upbeat' as They Face a Second Christmas Away From Home
Pentagon to Reduce Forces in Afghanistan
UN Peacekeeping Troops to Stay in Afghanistan for Next Five Years
Afghan Lawmakers Falter in First Session
Afghan Parliament Starts Work With Warlord Vying for Top Position
Three Italians Hurt in Afghan Suicide Attack
Three Policemen Killed Ahead of Historic Afghan Parliament Opening
US Congressmen Seek to Halt India Nuclear Deal
Disabled Indian Army Officers to Burn Gallantry Medals
Violence Proliferates in Balochistan
Pakistani Rebels Blow Up Rail Line, Fire Rockets
Nepalese King Rejects Rebel Truce
India Concerned by Growing China-Nepal Links
Probe: 183,000 Killed in East Timor During Indonesian Occupation
Last Aceh Pullout Under Way
After the Flood... Peace: Aceh Rebels Lay Down Their Arms
Indonesian Pilot Convicted of Murdering Human Rights Activist
North Korea’s Reactor Threat Puts Cloud Over Talks
Chinese Police Bring Villagers to Heel After Latest Uprising
Tamil Tigers Urged to End Unrest
Islamic Converts 'Threaten Manila Curbs on Terror'
Serbs on Trial for Videotaped Bosnia Killings
Kosovo Status Talks to Start in January
Kosovo Could One Day Be Self-Sufficient: UN Envoy
Germany Frees Jailed Hezbollah Man Wanted by US
Germany Still Awaits US Response to Kidnapping Allegations
German Minister's Torture Comments Spark Outrage
Al-Qaeda Suspect Jailed in Belfast
Chechens Ill Due to Nerve Gas
DR Congo Voters Back New Constitution
Zimbabwe Detains Radio Station Executive
Chad Objects to Sudan Hosting AU Summit
UK Cuts Uganda Aid in Poll Fears
United Nations
UN Creates New Body to Help States Out of War
Bush's Super Spy Powers
The Latest Chapter in Bush's Effort to Widen Executive Power
Spying Program Was Response to Courts' Insistence on 'Probable Cause'
Cheney Defends Eavesdropping Without Warrants
Bush Reprises Terrorism Theme to Battle Critics on Spying
Bush Claims of Legal Authority to Eavesdrop Questioned
Watchdog Says FBI Violated Surveillance Rules
Senators Call for Probe of Bush's Domestic-Surveillance Program
War on Terror
4 GOP Senators Hold Firm Against PATRIOT Act Renewal
Bin Laden May Be Unable to Command: Rumsfeld
High School Group Found on US Threat List
ACLU Says FBI Misuses Terror Powers
Mixed Results in US Legal Fight Against Terrorism
US Senator Revives 9/11 Myth About Canada
Homeland Security Consolidates Agencies
Activists: CIA Flights Could Make Dublin Terror Target
British Police Arrest Another Suspect From Failed 7/21 Bombings
Google Earth Asked to Back Off, Some Nations Fear Free, Up-Close Photos Jeopardize Sensitive Sites
US Military
Army Allows Some Reserve Officers to Leave Rather Than Go to War
US Sub May Have Toured Canadian Arctic Zone
Legal Shield for 'Negligent or Reckless' Vaccine Makers Is Inserted Into Military Bill
Fewer Blacks Enlisting in Army
The War at Home
A Third of Americans Would Impeach Bush
Iraq Likely to Be Major US Political Issue in 2006
House Dems Allege Gross Misconduct by Bush Over Iraq
Bush Censure Motion Introduced in House Over Iraq, Torture
Woodward: Novak's Source Was Not in the White House
Syria Says Too Early to Discuss Borders With Lebanon
Syria Says Will Work With New Investigator
Assad, Mubarak Discuss Strained Syrian-Lebanese Ties
EU-Iran Nuclear Dialogue to Resume but Hopes Dim
Iranians Unfazed by Ban on Western Music
Waiting for the Rapture in Iran
Netanyahu Takes Over a Party in Shambles
Fatah Officials Urge Abbas to Postpone Election
Israel Continues Shelling of Gaza as Five Qassam Rockets Hit
Gunmen Storm City Hall in Biblical Bethlehem
Bush to Sharon: Exercise, Diet, and Work Less Hours
Middle East
The Mideast's Beleaguered Christians
Islam's 'Ultimate Battles' on Horizon in Muslim Heartland
Lawyer for Istanbul Terror Suspects Defends 'Right to Holy War'
Morales Surpasses 50 Percent in Bolivia Vote Count

Newly Elected Bolivian President Slams US Efforts to 'Militarize' the Region

Venezuela to Exxon: Agree to Joint Operations With State or Lose Oil Fields
Venezuela May Seek Extradition of Coup Suspects
Canadian Peacekeeper Killed in Haiti
Violence Overshadows Haiti Presidential Campaign
US Plans Review of Cuba Policy
Lawmakers: Let Cuba Play Ball
Mexico Promises to Block Border Wall Plan

Colombian Hostage Still Alive After Five Years


Justin Raimondo
Bush's Wartime Dictatorship

Nebojsa Malic
The Road to Serfdom

Ivan Eland
George W. Bush's Impeachable Offenses

Sascha Matuszak
Livelihoods at Stake

Alan Bock
Time to Lower Expectations

Charles Peña
A Tale of Two Cities

Ran HaCohen
Democracy and Colonialism

David R. Henderson
Adam Smith's Economic Case Against Imperialism

Praful Bidwai
Indian Nuclear Deal With US Turns Faustian Bargain

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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