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Archive of articles that appeared in Sounding Off
from March 1, 2004 - April 30, 2004

All articles posted in this section that appeared after September 30, 2004 can be found by using our search box above.

Below is a list of articles by title and date in which they originally appeared. The older articles will be located at the bottom of this list.

Lessons of Vietnam and the 2004 election
by Joan Vennochi
Boston Globe
April 30, 2004

"AMERICAN SOLDIERS died in Vietnam because American presidents lied to the American people about the need for war. American soldiers are dying in Iraq because an American president lied to the American people about the need for war."

BUSH DIVERTING ENVIRO FUNDS INTO FOSSIL FUELS
from Daily Mislead
April 30, 2004

"President Bush yesterday tried to deflect questions about his environmental record by claiming that he supports efforts to reduce America's fossil fuel usage."

Some Dare Call It Treason: Wake Up America!
by Dr. Robert Bowman, USAF Ret.
www.dissidentvoice.org
April 27, 2004

"I feel an affinity for the troops over there in Iraq. They are my comrades in arms. I admire their sense of honor and sacrifice. I understand why some of them believe they should be there. They have neither the experience nor the wisdom to see past the lies they have been told."

Truth should work for Kerry
by Joan Vennochi
Boston Globe
April 27, 2004

"With so many lies emanating from the Oval Office during the Bush years, the Democrats should own the truth issue in this election cycle. But Kerry's proclivity for doubletalk is giving Republicans an opening they don't deserve in their fight to reelect George W. Bush."

BUSH MISLEADS SENIORS ON NEW DRUG CARDS
from Daily Mislead
April 27, 2004

"Instead of telling the seniors the truth when this reality became apparent, the President used tens of millions of dollars of taxpayer funds to air television ads promising that the drug cards will save seniors money."

Rapture or Rupture? World thinks America has gone mad, and they are correct
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
April 26, 2004

"In the US, the debate is over whether evolution occurred at ALL, and there are a good 30% of the population who not only completely reject the idea of evolution, but stridently demand that evolution be taught on an equal footing with amazing fairy tales about great world wide floods and an account of creation that not only contradicts all scientific knowledge,"

The Wrong Debate on Terrorism
by Richard A. Clarke
The New York Times
April 25, 2004

"But how do we select the right lessons to learn? I tried to suggest some in my recent book, and many have attempted to do so in the 9/11 hearings, but such efforts have been largely eclipsed by partisan reaction."

A Controversial Choice for the Position of Archivist of the United States: Part of the Bush Administration's Secrecy Strategy?
by John Dean
Findlaw's legal commentary
April 23, 2004

"On April 8, the U. S. Senate received the President's nomination for a new Archivist of the United States -- historian Allen Weinstein. For most Americans, this is an obscure post. But the Weinstein nomination has rightly been gathering increasing attention."

Bush is Still Denying the Reality in Iraq
by Molly Ivins
Creator's Syndicate
April 22, 2004

"According to the Rand think tank study on peacekeeping, we would need 500,000 troops in Iraq just to provide security. Guess what? We don't have 'em. We're stuck big time. It may not be Vietnam, but it's sure a quagmire."

Condi in the Briar Patch
by Jim Rarey
Medium Rare
April 22, 2004

"What we saw in the 9/11 Commission hearing with Condoleeza Rice is a brilliantly conceived and orchestrated exercise in reverse psychology. The major objective of the hearing (a cooperative effort between the administration represented by Rice and the commission itself supposedly representing the public) was to convince the public that, based on the 'intelligence' information it had, no one could have foreseen the use of hijacked commercial airliners in suicide attacks on U.S. landmarks."

Rumsfeld's 'fungible' facts
by Derrick Z. Jackson
Boston Globe
April 21, 2004

"DEFENSE Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was offensive enough when he intimated last week that US troops were as interchangeable as automotive factory parts. Irritated at a question from a reporter about why 20,000 American troops had to stay 90 days longer than expected in Iraq, he said: 'Oh, come on. People are fungible. You can have them here or there.'"

White House arrogance is textbook case
by Brian Dickerson
The Detroit Free Press
April 21, 2004

"The president, cultivating his reputation as a fellow far too busy to read anything longer than a box score, says through his press secretary that he has not seen Woodward's book. "

Fade out Putsch, right wing rapidly losing ground as big lies unravel
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
zeppscommentaries.com
April 20, 2004

"It seems like another jarring revelation, another major setback, more bad news seems to be coming out on an hourly basis. It's nearly impossible to keep track."

BUSH STIFFS WORKERS ON OVERTIME
from Daily Mislead
April 20, 2004

"While touting the economy this month, President Bush said, "A more productive worker makes more money". But if he has his way on new overtime regulations, that will no longer be the case for tens of thousands of workers."

The Real Reasons For Your Pain At The Pump
U.S. policies have caused the dollar to fall, leading OPEC to hike prices
by Robert Kuttner
Business Week
April 19, 2004

"Yet in all this public debate, hardly anyone is talking about what is probably the most important reason behind the current runup in oil prices -- the weak dollar."

George Bush - A Clear & Present Danger To The World
by Kevin Toolis
The Mirror - UK
as appearing on Rense.com
April 17, 2004

"He is the most dangerous man in the world. A warmonger. A crackpot fundamentalist. A fanatic and a fool who has only the barest grasp of the killing power of the forces under his command. His name is George W Bush and his main battle plan is to set the world on fire."

A Captain Bligh Moment Could it be that nobody's there at the helm?
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
April 17, 2004

"I hope a lot of people watched the press conference Putsch threw Tuesday night, because a many, watching him stammer and repeat nonsensical sound bites and never answer any questions, probably had Captain Bligh moments."

Scalia extols free speech -- and betrays it
by Leonard Pitt
Miami Herald
April 16, 2004

"For those who missed it: Last week, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia went to Hattiesburg, Miss., to speak at Presbyterian Christian High. Scalia typically does not allow video or audio recordings to be made of his speeches, but no such prohibition was announced at this particular appearance, which was open to the public."

POLLS: AMERICANS NOT BUYING BUSH TAX CUT RHETORIC
from Daily Mislead
April 15, 2004

"President Bush is scheduled to tout his tax cuts today at a Tax Day event in Iowa. He is expected to repeat his oft-heard mantra that tax cuts have helped all Americans. But according to a new poll by Money Magazine, '60% of Americans said the Bush tax cut did not personally help them.'"

Heads Up
by Michael Moore
April 14, 2004

"I have never seen a head so far up a Presidential ass (pardon my Falluja) than the one I saw last night at the 'news conference' given by George W. Bush. He's still talking about finding "weapons of mass destruction" -- this time on Saddam's 'turkey farm.' Turkey indeed. Clearly the White House believes there are enough idiots in the 17 swing states who will buy this. I think they are in for a rude awakening."

Blind in Baghdad
by Richard Cohen
Washington Post
April 13, 2004

"The sudden uprising of the Shiite militia loyal to Moqtada Sadr took U.S. forces by surprise. For now, it does not matter that this uprising is containable or that Sadr may well be little more than a thug. What matters is that he was able to organize an insurrection right under our noses and put up a more than credible fight. Calling him a thug, as we are wont to do, does not change matters."

Republicans Walk Out Of Fed Hearing On Voting Machines
While Some Civil Rights Groups Support 'Paperless' Elections

by Lynn Landes
appearing on rense.com
April 13, 2004

"It appears that voting technology is a topic that the Republican leadership wants to tightly control. It is without doubt that Republicans own most of the companies that manufacture, sell, and service voting machines. And President Bush and the Republican Congress appear determined to control and limit oversight of the elections industry."

BUSH DENIES INFO CLEARLY CONTAINED IN PDB
Daily Mislead
April 12, 2004

"With the release of the August 6, 2001 Presidential Daily Briefing (PDB), it is now clear that President Bush was personally given information before 9/11 that 'spelled out the who, hinted at the what and pointed toward the where of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington that followed 36 days later'."

Condi's Cover-up Caves In
by David Corn
The Nation
April 12, 2004

"When the White House finally released the August 6, 2001 President's Daily Brief, it marked the end of a two-year effort on the part of the Bush administration to prevent the public from learning that a month before the 9/11 attacks--and weeks after the U.S. government had collected "chatter" indicating Osama bin Laden was planning a major strike--Bush received information indicating that al Qaeda was intent on mounting attacks within the United States."

Fighting the Wrong War
by Bob Kerrey
New York Times
April 11, 2004

"At the beginning and end of every criticism I have made in this process, I have also offered this disclaimer: anyone who was in Congress, as I was during the critical years leading up to Sept. 11, 2001, must accept some of the blame for the catastrophe. It was a collective failure."

Democracy Explodes Over Iraq
Few Survivors Expected

from Fredoneverything.net
April 10, 2004

"Help me puzzle out Iraq. I'm just a country boy, and don't understand Advanced Thought, or high strategy, or anything else. I admit it. Tell me about Iraq--quick, 'cause it seems to be blowing itself all to flinders, and it's hard to study something the which there ain't no more."

No matter who wins the election, get ready for higher taxes
by CARL P. LEUBSDORF
The Dallas Morning News
April 9, 2004

"Some federal taxes almost surely will go up, regardless of whether Mr. Bush or John Kerry wins the election. The only questions are when and by how much."

PRESIDENT BUSH: Stop the Stonewalling
from Common Cause
April 9, 2004

"Since 9/11, efforts have been made to investigate the failures that led to the tragic events that day. Yet, the Bush Administration has consistently attempted to interfere with a thorough examination."

Bush And Lay
by Steve Cobble
tompaine.com
April 7, 2004

"You see, according to Opensecrets.org, Enron bossman Ken Lay was well on his way to building the Enron family into the soon-to-be-President-Select's number one lifetime donor--and for a mere $736,800, a pittance compared to that $100M for the naming rights to Enron Field."

9/11 Coverup Panel Takes a Dive
by Jim Rarey
Medium Rare
April 7, 2004

"In an ignominious capitulation to the White House the leaders of the 9/11 Commission traded two and a half hours of testimony by Condoleeza Rice in public under oath in exchange for a written promise not to ask anymore White House persons to testify in public or under oath. It is not clear who this includes but no doubt comprises all cabinet level officials."

Iraq at the Boiling Point
from the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition
April 7, 2004

"The Iraqi revolt against occupation is spreading in qualitative developments. The Pentagon is reacting with a murderous iron fist that is making the popular Iraqi position increasingly clear to the world: that the occupation forces are indeed an enemy - not liberators."

The Buck Doesn't Stop
by Richard Cohen
The Washington Post
April 6, 2004

"But from the president on down, no one in this administration ever admits a mistake or concedes having been wrong. Dick Cheney, whose slogan should be 'Wrong Where It Matters,' nonetheless takes to the stump to lambaste John Kerry."

New Evidence Bush Pushed Iraq War Right After 9/11
from Daily Mislead
April 6, 2004

"According to a report in the new edition of Vanity Fair, former British Ambassador to the United States Christopher Meyer said that President Bush made clear at a dinner with Prime Minister Tony Blair nine days after the 9/11 attacks that he wanted to confront Iraq. The assertion is corroborated by the Washington Post, which reported that President Bush personally signed a two-and-a-half page directive on September 17th, 2001 ordering the Pentagon to begin drawing up Iraq invasion plans."

Chaos Theory
by Mark Levine
tompaine.com
April 6, 2004

"It is perhaps hard for Americans to understand the U.S. occupation of Iraq in the context of globalization. But Iraq today is clearly the epicenter of that trend, and in this context, chaos is king. Here, military force was used to seize control of the world's most important commodity: oil. And that's only the beginning.

Corporate prospectors allied with the United States search the country like safari hunters on elephants for any opportunity to profit from Iraq's misery--that's how conspicuous they are. Meanwhile, inside Baghdad's green zone, where the U.S. occupation headquarters are located, their innocuous-looking counterparts draft regulations for privatizing everything from health care to prisons."

A Nightmare Scenario Iraq poised to come tumbling down on America
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
April 6, 2004

"The news out of Iraq is unrelievedly grim. After the mob burned, dismembered and hung parts of four American mercenaries, the overall situation country wide got sharply worse."

Event Summary: A Critique of Administration Policy
by the Brookings Institution
April 5, 2004

"Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) today accused President Bush of playing fast and loose with the facts, creating 'the largest credibility gap since President Nixon.'"

An arbitrary deportation campaign
by CARL HIAASEN
Miami Herald
April 4, 2004

"So this is the new America. Our government wants to deport an Oregon woman who was convicted 11 years ago of growing six marijuana plants."

Tyler Crotty How CNN turned a bored kid with the fidgets into a campaign issue
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
April 3, 2004

"Putsch was giving a campaign speech in Florida the other day, and the cameras caught him babbling happily away about how less jobs are more jobs and dead forests are healthy forests and bankruptcy is created wealth and all the other mindbenders that make up right wing philosophy. Almost directly behind him was Tyler Crotty, then aged 12, and Tyler, predictably, was bored out of his skull."

REVERSING PLEDGE, BUSH LETS OPEC BILK AMERICANS
from Daily Mislead
April 2, 2004

"With the president refusing to do anything about the situation, OPEC opted this week to cut supply to further inflate gas prices and bilk American consumers."

9-11 and a Lack of Presidential Leadership
by Burt Hall
April 1, 2004

"Previous to September 11, 2001, the threat of terrorism had reached a heightened state, the eventual targets were suspect, the timing was imminent, and a bold plan of response had been passed on by the previous U.S. administration. So what happened to America's national leadership? Did someone drop the ball?"

ASKING presidential leaders The right Question
by Burt Hall
April 1, 2004

"The correct question is: Put yourself in the shoes of the decision maker at the time. What would a reasonable and prudent person have done in the same situation -- irrespective of whether that action would or would not have prevented 9-11?"

Let's Make Enemies
by Naomi Klein
The Nation
April 1, 2004

"They should try finding a hotel room in this city, where the US occupation has unleashed a wave of anti-American rage so intense that it now extends not only to US troops, occupation officials and their contractors but also to foreign journalists, aid workers, their translators and pretty much anyone else associated with the Americans."

WHITE HOUSE, 4/01: FOCUS ON BIN LADEN "A MISTAKE"
from Daily Mislead
April 1, 2004

"A previously forgotten report from April 2001 (four months before 9/11) shows that the Bush Administration officially declared it 'a mistake' to focus 'so much energy on Osama bin Laden.' The report directly contradicts the White House's continued assertion that fighting terrorism was its 'top priority' before the 9/11 attacks."

THE REAL BUSH ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA
by John Demos
The Maine Woods
April
2004 edition

"True to his word, the President Bush has been busy the past three years eliminating regulations on his friends in the gun, logging, mining, energy, manufacturing, and other industries."

GOP keeps failing the Environment
by Molly Ivins
Creator's Syndicate
March 30, 2004

"If George W. Bush loses the election narrowly in November, put it down to the birders. You read it here first. What was Rove thinking when he allowed William Haynes II to be nominated to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit?"

Bush lying about fighting corporate crime
by Molly Ivins
Creator's Syndicate
March 30, 2004

"I'd like to thank Richard Clarke for doing the most obvious, decent and necessary thing this country needed from its government after 9-11, and that is to apologize to the families of those who died in those attacks and to admit: 'We failed you. ... I failed you.' Thanks to former Sen. Bob Kerrey for underlining it."

"Almost nothing" Admin desperate, frightened, and dangerous
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
March 30, 2004

"Later, as AuCoin gave his speech, mostly elaborating on what he had just said to me, I knew what most of the audience only sensed: that this wasn't just a 'rally the troops' political fundraiser speech: AuCoin was speaking straight from the heart, and warning of the very real danger Putsch and his crowd present to the United States of America."

The Bush administration and September 11: the implications of Richard Clarke's revelations
by Patrick Martin
World Socialist Web Site
March 29, 2004

"Clarke's accusations are laid out in his newly published book, Against All Enemies, and amply corroborated by the documentary record and testimony of other participants. The controversy has created the biggest political crisis for the Bush administration since Bush took office in January 2001."

Journalism
Bias is one thing; lying another

by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
March 29, 2004

"There isn't a journalistic outlet in the world that has ALL the news. They pick and choose what you see and hear, and none, taken alone, is reliable. As long as there is a wide variety of independent voices, you can get more complete views of current events."

BUSH REFUSES RESPONSIBILITY FOR 9/11 FAILURES
The Daily Mislead
March 27, 2004

"President Bush has told America many times that he wants to "usher in an era of personal responsibility". Yet instead of following former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke's lead and admitting some responsibility for overseeing the worst national security failure in American history, the White House has pushed its allies to unleash a vicious attack on Clarke."

There Are No Words ... Radiation in Iraq Equals 250,000 Nagasaki Bombs
by Bob Nichols
www.dissidentvoice.org
March 27, 2004

"When the uranium bullets, missiles, or bombs hit something or explode most of the radioactive uranium turns instantly to very, very small dust particles, too fine to even see. When US Troopers or Iraqis breathe even a tiny amount into their lungs, as little as One Gram, it is the same as getting an X-Ray every hour for the rest of their shortened life."

Iraq: One Year Later
by Michael I. Niman, ArtVoice
appearing on mediastudy.com
March 25, 2004

"It's been a year since the Bush administration defied international law and public opinion and launched its invasion of Iraq. Since then, more than 10,000 Iraqis have died along with almost 600 American military personnel, 60 British troops and over 40 other coalition fighters. Approximately 10,000 American troops have also been injured along with countless Iraqis."

Clarke The VRWC smear machine takes a crippling blow
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
March 23, 2004

"The Putsch campaign was in a shambles today as the allegations made by Richard Clarke about Putsch's anti-terrorism efforts formed a big mushroom cloud over the White House. Of course, the right wing spin doctors, who never sleep, were frantically cranking out excuses and rationalizations and smears as fast as they could."

Why do Americans just LOVE getting sucker-punched by George Bush?
by Jane Stillwater
March 21,
2004

"Americans just seem to LOVE getting sucker-punched by George Bush. Cite unemployment statistics to them? Line up facts about Bush's close alliances with, say, the bin Ladin family or Enron? THEY ARE NOT INTERESTED!"

Rumsfeld Urged Iraqi Invasion A Day After 911
as appearing on rense.com
from Globeandmail.com
March 21, 2004

"U.S. Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld almost immediately urged President George W. Bush to consider bombing Iraq after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on New York and Washington, a former senior administration counterterrorism aide says."

Pentagon Whistleblower - US Tried To Plant WMDs, Failed
as appearing on rense.com
from Daily Times Monitor
March 21, 2004

"According to a stunning report posted by a retired Navy Lt Commander and 28-year veteran of the Defense Department (DoD), the Bush administration's assurance about finding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq was based on a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) plan to 'plant' WMDs inside the country."

Pass me some of that aspirin, please
by Molly Ivins
Star-Telegram
March 18,
2004

"How much fun can one administration have? More dead GIs. New record trade deficit. Stock market plunges. Ally in Spain goes down to defeat."

Mis-leading Republican attack ads
by Molly Ivins
Creator's Syndicate
March 18,
2004

"On the Republican side, we are already seeing the first negative ads from the Bushies, and they are indeed misleading attacks on Kerry's credentials on defense and the military."

The Bushes' new world disorder
by James Carroll
Boston Globe
March 16,
2004

"The United States has never been more isolated. A pattern of deception has destroyed its credibility abroad and at home. Disorder spreads from Washington to Israel to Haiti to Spain."

Bush Dishonesty Takes Center Stage
from Daily Mislead
March 16,
2004

"President Bush attacked his opponents today, saying, "If you're going to make an accusation, you ought to back it up with facts." But on everything from the economy to national security, this high standard stands in sharp contrast to the president's own behavior."

Spanish Voters Throw Out Pro-War Party
by Mark Weisbrot
Center for Economic and Policy Research
March 15,
2004

"The Bush administration has now lost one of its most outspoken and prominent allies in the occupation of Iraq, second only to Britain's Tony Blair. But what is most remarkable about the election is that it happened just three days after Spain fell victim to the deadliest terrorist attack on the European mainland since World War II."

U.S. Videos, for TV News, Come Under Scrutiny
by ROBERT PEAR
New York Times
March 15,
2004

"Federal investigators are scrutinizing television segments in which the Bush administration paid people to pose as journalists praising the benefits of the new Medicare law, which would be offered to help elderly Americans with the costs of their prescription medicines."

BUSH THREATENED TO FIRE OFFICIAL FOR TELLING THE TRUTH
from Daily Mislead
March 12,
2004

"During this time of record deficits, President Bush promised the country that his drug-industry backed Medicare bill would cost $395 billion. (1) But just weeks after he signed the bill into law, his own budget office admitted that the bill would actually cost well over $500 billion."

Putting the cart before the Horse
Why Kucinich bombed

by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
March 12,
2004

"So the corporate media wrote him off immediately. Not that they are solely to blame; Kucinich didn't do well in the debates, coming across as shrill and a bit twitchy. But even then, he usually made the strongest points, sometimes drawing big ovations from the crowds."

With leaders like this, who needs comedians?
by Molly Ivins
Star-Telegram
March 7,
2004

"Just when you thought no one could top Education Secretary Rod Paige calling the teachers' union 'a terrorist organization,' along comes Veep Dick Cheney with this gem: 'If Democratic policies had been pursued over the last two to three years, the kind of tax increases both Kerry and Edwards are talking about, we would not have had the kind of job growth that we've had.'"

Adverse Adverts Bring out your dead!
by Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Zepp's Commentaries
March 5
, 2004

"There is absolutely no difference between an ad selling chewing gum, and one trying to sell a presidential candidate. None."

Bush Hides White House's Complicity in Haiti
from Daily Mislead
March 3
, 2004

"However, while Bush said we need a 'renewed commitment to democracy and freedom in this hemisphere,' a careful look at the White House's behavior shows that the Administration actively took the side of an armed band of 'death-squad veterans and convicted murderers' against a government that had been democratically elected three times."

War on terrorism mishandled
by Burt Hall
March 2, 2004

"From the very inception of his Administration, President Bush has mishandled the war on terrorism. He did so first, by subordinating terrorism to his own agenda and ignoring several chances to prevent 9-11, second, by covering up responsibility and trying to block an investigation of the tragedy, third, by changing course from relentlessly pursuing our 9-11 attackers to an unnecessary, costly and tragic war in Iraq and finally, by adopting an overall strategy for global terrorism that is too limited in scope to be effective."

Will The End of Oil Mean The End of America?
by Robert Freeman
CommonDreams.org
March 1,
2004

"America has its own hand in a coconut, one that may doom it just as surely as the monkey. That coconut is its dependence on cheap oil in a world where oil will soon come to an end."

OPPOSE BUSH'S COUP IN HAITI
from the A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition
March 1
, 2004

"The A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism) Coalition condemns the U.S.-led coup carried out today against the elected president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, as well as the U.S. occupation of that country. U.S. marines have entered Haiti tonight (February 29)."


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