Here are some headlines rounded up from this week:
Private Contractors look to profit from domestic spying.
Hillary is quite tied up with Big Oil and defense contractors.
Virginia primaries will demand oath of loyalty from Republican voters.
Bush Justice Department is okay with kidnapping.
100 Students walk out on former Attorney General John Ashcroft.
Guantanamo heading to the Supreme Court.
Join the military, go to college… The Pentagon’s education recruitment pitch is a scam?
US War Vets to speak publicly about war crimes this March.
Bush and Maliki agree to long-term US troop presence in Iraq.
Also, John Pilger has a new book called ‘Freedom Next Time,’ and here is a speech he gave in Chicago concerning media journalism…if you have 45 minutes to spare.
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