Cost of the War in Iraq
Tired of the same ol' story? Wondering if you're really hearing all of the story? Did you even know there was a story? Do you question authority? Then you've come to the right place. Here you will find all of MY favorite sources of news. It is important to note that I don't consider any one of these links below to be the mother of all news sources. They are valuable to me only as a whole. That's how I read them. All of them, every day. By now you're probably figured out I'm a news junkie. It's true, I am. No apologies either. I like to know what is going on and I think I've always been that way. I'll describe what I like of each one of them.
Here they are:
This site has been wonderful in revealing, well, a lot of things!!! Lately it seem like this is where I go first. So I listed them first.
The Free Press
The original Columbus Free Press grew out of the anti-war movement on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in October 1970. Inspired by the activism against the Vietnam War and the senseless killings at Kent State, the underground paper has been speaking up since 1970 and is now on the frontlines of the Election Fraud 2004 battle scene.
News and Editorials, very up to date and informative.
I like this one because it isn't controlled by the American national news media and is the only major non-profit news organization in the world, independent of any government or corporate influence. Enough said.
It must be kind of obvious why I like this one. If you want to know what is going on where the bombs and bullets are flying, who are you going to ask? The people running for cover who speak the language and have a well established indigenous infrastructure, or some bigwig corporate whimps who are afraid to report on what is really happening in their own country?
I've been reading them since earlier in 2004 and I am impressed. They are very CNN-like in their format and content but they do report much that never makes it to the general US population. They have been criticized by other Arabic language news sources for being too moderate and even-handed.
Associated Press (AP)
This is a new one for me. Still checking it out.
New one for me. I really like what I see but unfortunetly with my weanie 56K modem I don't see much. Lots of large video files screaming to be played. Must see.
Don't forget to check out my political section "Flights of Thought" for all the latest left-wing whining liberal ranting.
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