Sunday, March 31
Photographer Nick Dunfey’s strange interpretations of ancient and classical themes ignore the traditional sense of beauty, and instead focus on the sinister undercurrents that lie beneath the surface.
Friday, March 29
Oh wait, there's more:
...NBC’s Fred Francis reported that the so-far muted response from the United States suggests that the White House had been aware of Israel plans...
Thursday, March 28
Wednesday, March 27
Michael Moore, on his publisher's insistance that he rewrite his new book, Stupid White Men and Other Excuses for the State of the Nation, to be less critical of President Bush. Story here.
Tuesday, March 26
Monday, March 25
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Thursday, March 21
Wednesday, March 20
"Is the cost to society at large greater than the potential benefit to the species?" asked David Smith, general counsel of the Building Industry Association of Southern California. "That's what the government is supposed to consider."
And that's what we are supposed to decide.
Tuesday, March 19
Thanks to John Alston for the link.
Monday, March 18
Sunday, March 17
—from Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities, 1972.
Saturday, March 16
Currently, about $6 billion per year of donor financing is provided to the WHO from all nations. It is estimated that this needs to increase to $27 billion per year by 2007. To put things into perspective, please note that world citizens purchased $20 billion of Coca Cola products last year, $25 billion worth of Disney goods and services, and nearly $1 billion worth of Beanie Babies. (Link to full report here.)
Friday, March 15
Wednesday, March 13
Tuesday, March 12
Monday, March 11
Sunday, March 10
William M. Arkin of the LA Times provides a very disturbing commentary on previously secret nuclear plans.
Friday, March 8
Thursday, March 7
--Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe on Bush's nomination of judicial candidate Charles Pickering.
Wednesday, March 6
Bill Berkowitz discusses the politics surrounding this controversal theory.
Tuesday, March 5
Yale University Professsor Paul Kennedy offers some interesting insight.