HARVEY, Ill. – African American farmers drove a truckload of watermelons, cantaloupes, peaches, tomatoes, collard greens and sweet corn from their farms in Georgia to a farmers market in this predominantly Black and Latino community Saturday, June 19.
George W. Bush is pleading for a second term based on his record as a “war president” who uses military force to wipe out terrorists before they strike again. But that aggressive posture is now stirring powerful opposition from former senior officials, military officers, and legal scholars. click here for Spanish text
The following is excerpted from a recent letter from Michael Moore, director of “Fahrenheit 9/11.”