Protecting veterans / Bush suffers Senate setback
If you ask this question of the Bush White House and the GOP leadership, they will paint a picture of a poor Honduran kid (he actually is the son of a lawyer and bank vice president) who came to the United States, applied himself, learned English, and became an American success story.
Peace is patriotic / Taxes, taxes and more taxes
NEW YORK – On March 17, a coalition of left and progressive organizations of the Dominican community in the Washington Heights neighborhood here gathered to pay homage to the memory of Orlando Martinez. Martinez was a leader of the Communist Party in the Dominican Republic, and major journalistic voice in the struggle against the Balaguer dictatorship. Martinez wrote for newspapers, edited the magazine El nacional and worked on television. He was assassinated March 17, 1975, by agents of the dictatorship.
The states’ fiscal crisis/Stop the war here and abroad
The difference that a revolution makes shows up in how a nation relates to the rest of the world.