Bill Moyers Bids Farewell to Karl Rove (video; transcript)

Bill Moyers Bids Farewell to Karl Rove

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By Bill Moyer
Truthout
Bill Moyers Journal
Friday 17 August 2007
    Bill Moyers: Some closing thoughts now on politics. When Karl Rove announced his resignation from the White House earlier this week, he got some rave reviews. Here’s a sample circulating on the Internet.

    CNN Correspondent: We should be congratulating Karl Rove for a long successful run – this is a guy who elected a president twice- who’s known as one of the most brilliant political activists of our time…

    Chris Matthews: If you’ve ever talked to him he’s almost got, almost like a blinder’s on his eyes- he looks you right in the eye – and he talks fast- faster than I do – really fast right in your face totally intent on you – and it’s really like talking to a fire hydrant…

    Bill Plante: He’s not only the mastermind behind everything – he’s the president’s senior advisor…

    MSNBC Correspondent: Boy genius, Bush’s brain, the architect…

    Karen Hughes: Karl is brilliant – he is funny – and he’s a passionate advocate…

    Andrew Card: Karl Rove is a superstar- he’s very insightful – he’s a great friend to the president- he’s also a very broad thinker – he is one of the more intelligent people that I know – he’s very quick witted- he’s got a great sense of humor and the president will miss him…

    Chris Matthews: Well generally where there’s brains, there’s Rove…

    Bill Moyers: There is, of course, more to be said. What struck me about my fellow Texan, Karl Rove, is that he knew how to win elections as if they were divine interventions. You may think God summoned Billy Graham to Florida on the eve of the 2000 election to endorse George W. Bush just in the nick of time, but if it did happen that way, the good lord was speaking with a Texas accent.

    Karl Rove figured out a long time ago that the way to take an intellectually incurious draft-averse naughty playboy in a flight jacket with chewing tobacco in his back pocket and make him governor of Texas, was to sell him as God’s anointed in a state where preachers and televangelists outnumber even oil derricks and jack rabbits. Using church pews as precincts Rove turned religion into a weapon of political combat – a battering ram, aimed at the devil’s minions, especially at gay people.

    It’s so easy, as Karl knew, to scapegoat people you outnumber, and if God is love, as rumor has it, Rove knew that, in politics, you better bet on fear and loathing. Never mind that in stroking the basest bigotry of true believers you coarsen both politics and religion.

    At the same time he was recruiting an army of the lord for the born-again Bush, Rove was also shaking down corporations for campaign cash. Crony capitalism became a biblical injunction. Greed and God won four elections in a row – twice in the lone star state and twice again in the nation at large. But the result has been to leave Texas under the thumb of big money with huge holes ripped in its social contract, and the U.S. government in shambles – paralyzed, polarized, and mired in war, debt and corruption.

    Rove himself is deeply enmeshed in some of the scandals being investigated as we speak, including those missing emails that could tell us who turned the attorney general of the United States into a partisan sock puppet. Rove is riding out of Dodge city as the posse rides in. At his press conference this week he asked God to bless the president and the country, even as reports were circulating that he himself had confessed to friends his own agnosticism; he wished he could believe, but he cannot. That kind of intellectual honesty is to be admired, but you have to wonder how all those folks on the Christian right must feel discovering they were used for partisan reasons by a skeptic, a secular manipulator. On his last play of the game all Karl Rove had to offer them was a hail mary pass, while telling himself there’s no one there to catch it.


The program airs Friday, August 17 at 9 p.m. on PBS.

To watch online visit: http://wwww.pbs.org/moyers

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Dancing with Evo Morales – Bolivia (video)

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August 16, 2007
From: journeymanpictures

May 2006
He jokes that he’s America’s worst nightmare and plans to nationalise Bolivia’s oil industry and overturn the old social order. As yet another South American country ‘goes left’, we profile Bolivia’s new President.

As a former union leader, Evo Morales is more accustomed to attacking governments than leading them. But Bolivia’s first ever indigenous President has ambitious plans for his country. “Sooner or later there must be a profound transformation”, he vows. “I want a new economic model.” Morales’ first objective is to seize back control of the country’s national assets, including its enormous natural gas reserves. “Oligarchies won’t just give up. They want to continue sucking the Bolivian people’s blood.” A series of forced privatisations imposed by the World Bank and IMF left Bolivia the poorest country in Latin America. Now, Morales has pledged to renegotiate existing oil contracts. Actions like this — and his close friendship with Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro — have sent shivers down Washington’s spine. But any heavy-handed action from the White House could backfire. As analyst Jim Shultz explains: “America’s fear is that it will push Bolivia into the arms of Hugo Chavez.”

h/t: Gary

Between the Two Rivers, Lack of Water Kills by Ali al-Fadhily

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by Ali al-Fadhily

Global Research, August 17, 2007

Inter Press Service

BAGHDAD, Aug 17 (IPS) – The collapse of Iraq’s infrastructure has created a worsening water crisis that is killing untold numbers of Iraqis.

Iraq, with its famous Tigris and Euphrates rivers that run the length of the country, is now unable to provide drinking water to most of its people.

“The two rivers are still there, great as they always were, and flowing all through the year,” chief engineer Ahmad Salman of the Baghdad Water Authority told IPS. “Yet Iraqis are thirsty, and we are ashamed of being engineers in the service. We have simply failed to provide our people with half of the drinking water they need.”

Much of the country is suffering severe lack of water, and the small quantities supplied are not good for human use.

“I analysed the water supplied by the water authority, and the result was shocking,” Dr Ibrahim Ali, a laboratory owner in Baghdad told IPS. “It is definitely not good for human consumption, and every time we analyse it we find something new that might, in time, cause death.”

The doctor added, “Various kinds of bacterial pollution and germs we are finding can be as dangerous as biological weapons.”

Iraqi hospitals are full of people with illnesses due to the unsafe water. Doctors at several hospitals confirmed to IPS that water is one of the worst causes of diseases, especially among children, and that some of children had died of water-borne diseases compounded by a severe lack of medicines.

These problems are exacerbated during the summer when both the quantity and quality of water are at their lowest.

“One of the reasons for this lack of water is lack of electric power and fuel for generators,” a member of a local municipal council in Baghdad, speaking on condition of anonymity, told IPS. “We have got tired of raising our needs for the water stations because our ministers and their leaders are busy fighting over chairs so that they make as much money as possible before they are thrown away.”

U.S. ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker acknowledged to reporters Jul. 19 that Baghdad residents were receiving on average only one hour of electricity a day. Before the U.S.-led invasion, Baghdad residents received 16-24 hours of electricity daily. Without electricity, water cannot be pumped to homes.

A report released Jul. 30 by the international agency Oxfam and NCCI, a network of aid organisations working in Iraq, said that eight million Iraqis, nearly one in three, were in dire need of emergency aid.

The report, ‘Rising to the Humanitarian Challenge in Iraq’ said that 70 percent of Iraqis are without adequate water supplies, compared to 50 percent in 2003, the year the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was launched. About 80 percent of Iraqis lack effective sanitation, the report said.

According to the Oxfam report, “child malnutrition rates have risen from 19 percent before the U.S.-led invasion in 2003 to 28 percent now.” Lack of potable water is at the root of most such conditions.

“It is corruption more than anything else,” an engineer at the Baghdad Water Authority, who did not wish to be named, told IPS. “The authority is full of corruption from bottom to top, and there is no way to improve the situation unless the political situation is improved by removing these corrupt officials.”

An IPS correspondent was advised not to go to the Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources in the face of a danger of being kidnapped by security men at the ministry.

“It is another weapon that the Americans are killing us with,” 62-year-old Abu Mahmood, a carpenter from Baghdad told IPS. “No water means diseases that lead to slow, but certain death. They did it to us at the time of sanctions and now it is their chance to do it again without firing bullets and making scandals.”

Few Iraqis see hope under the present government. “The problem is that we do not have a government like any other country,” Baghdad resident Nabhan Mukhlis told IPS. “We should just stop complaining and surrender to the death penalty that was issued the day Americans decided to invade our country.”

(*Ali, our correspondent in Baghdad, works in close collaboration with Dahr Jamail, our U.S.-based specialist writer on Iraq who travels extensively in the region)

Ali al-Fadhily is a frequent contributor to Global Research. Global Research Articles by Ali al-Fadhily

 


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Journey to Awareness – Crossing the Line (video clip link; SOA)

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Warning

This video contains images depicting the reality and horror of war and should only be viewed by a mature audience.


A group of Richmond High School students produced the documentary “Journey for Justice – Crossing the Line” about the School of the Americas and their trip to the November Vigil to close it down.

Watch the Trailer: http://www.soaw.org/article.php?id=1372

The School of the Americas (SOA), renamed to “Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation,” is a U.S. military training school for Latin American soldiers that has left a trail of blood and suffering throughout Latin America.

The SOA has trained over 64,000 Latin American soldiers in courses such as counterinsurgency, psychological warfare, military intelligence and interrogation tactics. Graduates of the school have been consistently linked to human rights violations and to the suppression of popular movements in the Americas.

Among those targeted by SOA graduates are educators, union organizers, religious workers, student leaders, and others who work for the rights of the poor. The SOA is the Pentagon’s way of controlling the armies of Latin America with the goal of controlling the people and their resources. The SOA provides the military muscle to keep the racist system of domination and exploitation in place – benefiting a few at the expense of many. Hundreds of thousands of Latin Americans have been tortured, raped, assassinated, “disappeared”, massacred, and forced into refuge by those trained at the School of Assassins.

School of the Americas Watch

What is the SOA
http://www.soaw.org/type.php?type=8

Vigil and Nonviolent Direct Action to Close the School of the Americas (SOA/ WHINSEC) – November 16-18, 2007
http://www.soaw.org/article.php?id=1295

h/t: Hugo Chavez

see:

School of the Americas/SOA

Canadian Sovereignty in Jeopardy: the Militarization of North America by Michel Chossudovsky (NORTHCOM; NAU)

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by Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research, August 17, 2007

Canadian jurisdiction over its Northern territories was redefined, following an April 2002 military agreement between Ottawa and Washington. This agreement allows for the deployment of US troops anywhere in Canada, as well as the stationing of US warships in Canada’s territorial waters.

Following the creation of US Northern Command in April 2002, Washington announced unilaterally that NORTHCOM’s territorial jurisdiction (land, sea, air) extended from the Caribbean basin to the Canadian arctic territories.

“The new command was given responsibility for the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, portions of the Caribbean and the contiguous waters in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans up to 500 miles off the North American coastline. NorthCom’s mandate is to “provide a necessary focus for [continental] aerospace, land and sea defenses, and critical support for [the] nation’s civil authorities in times of national need.”

(Canada-US Relations – Defense Partnership – July 2003, Canadian American Strategic Review (CASR), http://www.sfu.ca/casr/ft-lagasse1.htm

NORTHCOM’s stated mandate was to “provide a necessary focus for [continental] aerospace, land and sea defenses, and critical support for [the] nation’s [US] civil authorities in times of national need.”

(Canada-US Relations – Defense Partnership – July 2003, Canadian American Strategic Review (CASR),
http://www.sfu.ca/casr/ft-lagasse1.htm)

Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld boasted that “the NORTHCOM – with all of North America as its geographic command – ‘is part of the greatest transformation of the Unified Command Plan [UCP] since its inception in 1947.'” (Ibid)

Canada and US Northern Command

In December 2002, following the refusal of (former) Prime Minister Jean Chrétien to join US Northern Command (NORTHCOM), an interim bi-national military authority entitled the Binational Planning Group (BPG) was established.

Canadian membership in NORTHCOM would have implied the integration of Canada’s military command structures with those of the US. That option had been temporarily deferred by the Chrétien government, through the creation of the Binational Planning Group (BPG).

The BPG’s formal mandate in 2002 was to extend the jurisdiction of the US-Canada North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) to cover sea, land and “civil forces”,

“to improve current Canada–United States arrangements to defend against primarily maritime threats to the continent and respond to land-based attacks, should they occur.”

Although never acknowledged in official documents, the BPG was in fact established to prepare merger of NORAD into NORTHCOM,  thereby also creating de facto conditions for Canada to join to US Northern Command

The “Group” described as an “independent” military authority was integrated from the outset in December 2002 into the command structures of  NORAD and NORTHCOM, both operating out the same headquarters at the Paterson Air Force base in Colorado. In practice, the “Group” functioned under the jurisdiction of US Northern Command, which is controlled by the US Department of Defense.

In December 2004, in the context of President Bush’s visit to Ottawa, it was agreed that the mandate of the BPG would be extended to May 2006. It was understood that this extension was intended to set the stage for Canada’s membership in NORTHCOM.

In March 2006, the BPG published a task force study on North American security issues in which it is stated that:

“A continental approach” to defense and security could facilitate binational maritime domain awareness and a combined response to potential threats, “which transcends Canadian and U.S. borders, domains, defense and security departments and agencies,” (quoted in Homeland Defense watch, 20 July 2006)

The report called for the establishment of a “maritime mission” for NORAD including a maritime warning system. The report acted as a blueprint for the renegotiation of NORAD.

On April 28, 2006, an agreement negotiated behind closed doors was signed between the US and Canada.

The renewed NORAD agreement was signed in Ottawa by the US ambassador and the Canadian Minister of Defense Gordon O’Connor, without prior debate in the Canadian Parliament. The House of Commons was allowed to rubberstamp a fait accompli, an agreement which had already been signed by the two governments.

“‘A continental approach  to defense and security could facilitate binational maritime domain awareness and a combined response to potential threats, “which transcends Canadian and U.S. borders, domains, defense and security departments and agencies,’ the report says.” (Homeland Defense Watch, May 8, 2006)

While NORAD still exists in name, its organizational structure coincides with that of NORTHCOM. Following the April 28, 2006 agreement, in practical terms, NORAD has been merged into USNORTHCOM.

NORTHCOM Commander Gen. Gene Renuart, USAF happens to be Commander of NORAD, Maj. Gen. Paul J. Sullivan who is NORTHCOM Chief of Staff, happens to also be Chief of Staff of NORAD.

With a exception of a token Canadian General, who occupies the position of  Deputy Commander of NORAD, the leadership of NORAD coincides with that of NORTHCOM. (See photo gallery below). These two military authorities are identical in structure, they occupy the same facilities at the Peterson Air Force base in Colorado.

There was no official announcement of the renewed NORAD agreement, which hands over control of Canada’s territorial waters to the US, nor was there media coverage of this far-reaching decision.

The Deployment of US Troops on Canadian Soil

At the outset of US Northern Command in April 2002, Canada accepted the right of the US to deploy US troops on Canadian soil.

“U.S. troops could be deployed to Canada and Canadian troops could cross the border into the United States if the continent was attacked by terrorists who do not respect borders, according to an agreement announced by U.S. and Canadian officials.” (Edmunton Sun, 11 September 2002)

With the creation of the BPG in December 2002, a binational  “Civil Assistance Plan” was established. The latter described the precise “conditions for deploying U.S. troops in Canada, or vice versa, in the aftermath of a terrorist attack or natural disaster.” (quoted in Inside the Army, 5 September 2005).

Canadian Sovereignty 

In August 2006, the US State Department confirmed that a new NORAD Agreement had entered into force, while emphasizing that “the maritime domain awareness component was of ‘indefinite duration,’ albeit subject to periodic review.” (US Federal News, 1 August 2006). In March 2007, the US Senate Armed Services Committee confirmed that the NORAD Agreement had been formally renewed, to include a maritime warning system. In Canada, in contrast, there has been a deafening silence:

In Canada, the renewed NORAD agreement went virtually unnoticed. There was no official pronouncement by the Canadian government of Stephen Harper. There was no analysis or commentary of its significance and implications for Canadian territorial sovereignty . The agreement was barely reported by the Canadian media.

Operating under a “North American” emblem (i.e. a North American Command), the US military would have jurisdiction over Canadian territory from coast to coast; extending from the St Laurence Valley to the Queen Elizabeth archipelago in the Canadian Arctic. The agreement would allow for the establishment of “North American” military bases on Canadian territory. From an economic standpoint, it would also integrate the Canadian North, with its vast resources in energy and raw materials, with Alaska.

Ottawa’s Military Facility in Resolute Bay

Ottawa’s July 2007 decision to establish a military facility in Resolute Bay in the Northwest Passage was not intended to reassert “Canadian sovereignty. In fact quite the opposite. It was established in consultation with Washington. A deep-water port at Nanisivik, on the northern tip of Baffin Island is also envisaged.

The US administration is firmly behind the Canadian government’s decision. The latter does not “reassert Canadian sovereignty”. Quite the opposite. It is a means to eventually establish US territorial control over Canada’s entire Arctic region including its waterways. This territory would eventually fall under the jurisdiction of  US Northern Command (NORTHCOM).

The Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement (SPP) 

The Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement (SPP) signed between the US, Canada and Mexico contemplates the formation of  a North American Union (NAU), a territorial dominion, extending from the Caribbean to the Canadian  arctic territories.

The SPP is closely related to the Binational Planning Group initiative. An Independent Task Force sponsored by The Council on Foreign Relations calls for  the transformation of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) into a “multiservice Defense Command”. The CFR document entitled “North American Community” drafted on behalf of the SPP endorses the BPG March 2006 recommendations:

“As recommended in a report of the Canadian-U.S. Joint Planning Group [BPG], NORAD should evolve into a multiservice Defense Command that would expand the principle of Canadian-U.S. joint command to land and naval as well as air forces engaged in defending the approaches to North America. In addition, Canada and the United States should reinforce other bilateral defense institutions, including the Permanent Joint Board on Defense and Joint Planning Group, and invite Mexico to send observers.

(North American Community, Task Force documented sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) together with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Consejo Mexicano de Asuntos Internacionales)

The accession of Canada to this Multiservice Defense Command, as recommended by the CFR, was established in April 2006, in the context of the renewal of the NORAD agreement.

In all likelihood, the formal merging of  “the renewed NORAD” with US NORTHCOM will be on the agenda at the August Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement (SPP) Summit meeting of President Bush, Prime Minister Harper and President Calderon at Montebello, Quebec. This decision would lead to the formation of a US-Canada NORTHCOM, with a new name, but with substantially the same NORTHCOM rhetorical mandate of “defending the Northern  American Homeland” against terrorist attacks. the military of both the US and Canada would also be called to play an increasing role in civilian law enforcement activities.

The real objective underlying the SPP is to militarize civilian institutions and repeal democratic government.

“Integration” or the “Annexation” of Canada?

Canada is contiguous to “the center of the empire”. Territorial control over Canada is part of the US geopolitical and military agenda. It is worth recalling in this regard, that throughout history, the “conquering nation” has expanded on its immediate borders, acquiring control over contiguous territories.

Military integration is intimately related to the ongoing process of integration in the spheres of trade, finance and investment. Needless to say, a large part of the Canadian economy is already in the hands of US corporate interests. In turn, the interests of big business in Canada tend to coincide with those of the US.

Canada is already a de facto economic protectorate of the USA. The US-Canada FTA and NAFTA have not only opened up new avenues for US corporate expansion, it has laid the groundwork under the existing North American umbrella for the post 9/11 integration of military command structures, public security, intelligence and law enforcement.

No doubt, Canada’s entry into US Northern Command will be presented to public opinion as part of Canada-US “cooperation”, as something which is “in the national interest”, which “will create jobs for Canadians”, and “will make Canada more secure”.

Ultimately what is at stake is that beneath the rhetoric, Canada will cease to function as a Nation:

Its borders will be controlled by US officials and confidential information on Canadians will be shared with Homeland Security.

US troops and Special Forces will be able to enter Canada as a result of a binational arrangement.

Canadian citizens can be arrested by US officials, acting on behalf of their Canadian counterparts and vice versa.

But there is something perhaps even more fundamental in defining and understanding where Canada and Canadians stand as nation.

By endorsing a Canada-US “integration” in the spheres of defense, homeland security, police and intelligence, Canada not only becomes a full fledged member of George W. Bush’s “Coalition of the Willing”, it will directly participate, through integrated military command structures, in the US war agenda in Central Asia and the Middle East, including the massacre of civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan, the torture of POWs, the establishment of concentration camps, etc.

Under an integrated North American Command, a North American national security doctrine would be formulated. Canada would be obliged to embrace Washington’s pre-emptive military doctrine, its bogus “war on terrorism which is used as a pretext for waging war in the Middle East. .

Moreover, binational integration in the areas of Homeland security, immigration, policing of the US-Canada border, not to mention the anti-terrorist legislation, would imply pari passu acceptance of the US sponsored police State, its racist policies, its “ethnic profiling” directed against Muslims, the arbitrary arrest of anti-war activists.

© Copyright Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, 2007
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The Capitalist Conspiracy (video; Federal Reserve – Money Out of Nothing; 1960)

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August 16, 2007
From: Tommytime8

replaced video June 30, 2012

on Mar 24, 2011

The Federal Reserve – Money Out of No…

The Federal Reserve – Money Out of Nothing. 1960
The FED creates money from nothing, and loans it back to us through banks, and charges interest on our currency. The FED also buys Government debt with money printed on a printing press and charges U.S. taxpayers interest. Many Congressmen and Presidents say this is fraud.

The Capitalist Conspiracy – G Edward Griffin

Echelon Corporation: Paris Hilton versus Noam Chomsky (music video)

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August 09, 2007
From: echeloncorp

Commercial environmentalism and socialism versus non-commercial. Audio on The Corporation song courtesy of Mark Achbar and The Corporation film documentary. Featuring: Michael Moore, Jane Akre, Naomi Klein, Noam Chomsky, Dr Vandana Shiva, Ray Anderson, Steve Wilson, Lucy Hughs, Dr Samuel Epstein, Milton Freidman, Maude Barlow, Elaine Bernard, Jim Lafferty, Carlton Brown and Dr Robert Hare. Music by Echelon Corporation copyright 2007

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‘What’s Wrong with America?’ by John Sweeney

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by John Sweeney
Posted August 17, 2007

Earlier this month, Steve Skvara, a disabled, retired steel worker who can’t afford his wife’s health care, shook the AFL-CIO’s Presidential Candidates Forum by asking tearfully, “What’s wrong with America?”

We should all be asking that question today.

We’ve got six coal miners trapped beneath more than 1,500 feet of Utah coal and rock, three brave men who struggled to rescue them are dead and six more are injured.

And it’s not because of an act of God. It’s because of the acts of man.

The disaster still unfolding at the Crandall Canyon mine did not have to happen. It was preventable–as were the deaths of 12 coal miners last year in the Sago Mine in West Virginia. As have been many, many more deaths of workers in America’s coal mines and factories, fishing vessels, offices and construction sites.

Continued…

h/t: Malcolm

see:

Vote for the best Labor Candidate in MSNBC’s poll by Lo

Kucinich’s replies @ AFL-CIO Dem. Pres. Debate (video)

AFL-CIO: The Candidates Spar Over Lobbyist Money + Pakistan + Health Care + Parts 1-8 (video + links)

“I Support The Impeachment of Vice President Cheney” Add your name to the Congressional Record (Kucinich)

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Rep. Dennis Kucinich wants to put the name of everyone who supports Dick Cheney’s impeachment in to the Congressional Record!

The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session and is fully searchable.

Every day that Congress is in session, Rep. Kucinich will submit 5 single-spaced pages of names with states, which is the daily limit under House rules. To be included, all you need to do is submit this petition.

Rep. Kucinich will not use this list for any other purpose besides entering it into the Congressional Record.

http://www.democrats.com/impeach-cheney-congressional-record

h/t: Real Americans For Kucinich