Errol Morris tells us he’s tired of interviewing people
John Kreisel, Iraq war veteran, patriot, and opponent of the gay marriage ban.A 2012 ballot question that aims to ban gay marriage via the state constitution has now been approved by both the Minnesota House and Senate, in a mighty demonstration of how lawmakers really know how to prioritize ... More >>
Minnesota Army Ranger Benjamin Kopp, 21, died last month while serving in Afghanistan, but the soldier's heart is giving one woman another shot at life.
As a young radical, Norm Coleman protested the Vietnam War. Now his support for the Iraq quagmire may swallow his political career.
Earlier this month Rep. Michele Bachmann, visited Iraq. This was particularly newsworthy because the freshman Republican had previously made waves by announcing that Iran had a secret plan to take over our Middle East colony.
"Hardball" appearance and radio response to Bush on tap this weekend.
The four "anti-war" candidates for Congress certainly weren't shy about cheering on Israel's mow-'em-down strategy in Lebanon.
Kurds working toward independence from Iraq, gyroscopic cancer detectors, CJR's five great stories you didn't read in 2005, Juan Cole's myths about Iraq, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
75-year-old British playwright Harold Pinter won't be able to attend the ceremony for his Nobel Prize this Saturday, but he's already videotaped his acceptance speech. He describes the Iraq War as "blatant state terrorism," and reserves extra tongue lashing for the "pathetic and supine" Tony Blair, ... More >>
Local physician and author Steve Miles examines the forensic record of U.S. abuses in Iraqi prisons
The Bush administration may have had no plan for dealing with natural disasters, but its efforts at using the media to contain criticism are unstinting as ever. This short dispatch from Reuters late yesterday: The Federal Emergency Management Agency said on Tuesday that it did not want news photogr ... More >>
Houston native Sheri Glover was one of the 50 or so pro-peace activists who traveled from the Veterans for Peace Convention near Dallas to Bush's Crawford, Texas ranch on August 6. After spending most of her time in a ditch on the side of the rode in hopes of seeking a meeting with Bush that never ... More >>
Doing the Baghdad boogie with traveling band Jack Knife & the Sharps