Top Stories from AlterNet for January 27, 2006
ELECTION THEFT EMERGENCY
Terrence McNally, AlterNet
Mark Crispin Miller talks about how the right stole the 2004
presidential election — and how they’ll do it again unless
we stop them.
PART II: CHANGING THE COUNTRY, ONE BOOK AT A TIME
Don Hazen, AlterNet
The second of our two-part roundtable discussion tackles the
difficulties of getting progressive books reviewed during
BURSTING HOLLYWOOD’S ‘BUBBLE’
Monica Mehta, AlterNet
Steven Soderbergh’s new flick has been called ‘too indie.’
But what’s really radical is its distribution strategy.
DOING DIRTY WORK ABROAD
Noah Leavitt, AlterNet
Europe is investigating the CIA’s clandestine torture
centers while the U.S. Congress looks the other way.
RICHARD POMBO FACES GREEN AVALANCHE
Jan Frel, AlterNet
Environmental groups nationwide are pooling their funds for
a campaign to unseat one of the worst environmental
offenders in Congress.
Mubarak Dahir, AlterNet
It takes a last-ditch plea by a dying woman to get the
freeholders of Ocean County to do the right thing.
REDEMPTION AND WEIRDNESS ON THE FARM
Matthew Wheeland, AlterNet
The new documentary ‘The Real Dirt on Farmer John’ offers a
deeply eccentric look at the past and future of the family
*** Freshly Mixed! ***
Laura Barcella on Kanye West’s Jesus scandal
Joshua Holland: Will Kerry lead a filibuster?
Maria Luisa Tucker: for once, evangelicals have nothin’ to say
*** New in the Echo Chamber: ***
Evan Derkacz: Filibuster or bust