|by Jim Lobe Have quietly fulfilled one of Jesse Helms' greatest fantasies|
|by Russell Sadler What makes a man, not yet 30, decide his society is so corrupt that he is justified in taking the law into his own hands and indiscriminately killing 168 people to make a political statement of his outrage? More to the point, why are Americans taking it so calmly?|
|by Joe Conason Comparisons between the petty scandals of the Clinton era and the great epic of Watergate are now so commonplace in the media that they constitute a massive fraud on the news-consuming public|
|by Jim Hightower Drug companies can set-up its own ethical review board to approve the ethics of its own experiments|
|by Joe Conason As the 1994 election drew near, the Republicans needed more than the Contract With America; they needed an emergency infusion of cash|
|by Norman Solomon The media column that's fun to read and also educational!|
|by Randolph T. Holhut After settlement of the strike lasting 583 days, fewer than one-tenth of the striking workers returned to work|
|by Alexander Cockburn To think that Tim McVeigh will be denied the honor of being buried beside Lt. Calley or Capt. Medina, veterans of the My Lai massacre, or beside Gen. Curtis LeMay, architect of the Tokyo firestorm|
|by Alexander Cockburn The only winner in the "Dark Alliance" controversy is the CIA|
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