Tuesday Mar 4
How Can the US Accuse Russia of Violating International Law?
Inside the dynamite new issue of CounterPunch magazine: John LaForge takes an unflinching survey of the state of the nuclear power industry in the wake of Fukushima: its ailing plants, leaking pipes, security threats, accumulating radioactive waste and escalating costs.
War Is A Crime
Not funny, but it's still hard not to laugh: How Can the US Accuse ...
If you want to make moral or legal pronouncements, or to condemn bad behavior, you have to be a moral, law-abiding person yourself.
The Las Vegas Sun
Is Tule Springs delay a threat to Nevada's federal land-use law?
For years, Nevada's efforts to get public land bills passed through Congress have been stymied by a variety of politically charged differences.
Reid Statement on House Efforts to Gut SNPLMA
Washington, D.C. Nevada Senator Harry Reid today denounced House efforts to gut the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act as part of the Tule Springs legislation mark-up to take place Thursday morning.
The Huffington Post
Jack Kingston Opposes Taxpayer-Funded Insurance Subsidies He's Set To Get For Life
Rep. Jack Kingston , address the media during a press conference in the House Studio B in the U.S. Capitol on Dec. 12. Rep. Jack Kingston is once again saying his constituents don't deserve government handouts like the one he receives as a result of his job as a public official.
Judge orders processing of Ensign probe documents
A federal judge is ordering the U.S. Justice Department to begin cataloging and releasing records of an ethics investigation of former U.S. Sen. John Ensign of Nevada.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Christie campaign gets OK to use funds for legal case
Gov. Chris Christie's campaign won approval from New Jersey election regulators to use donations to cover the organization's legal costs stemming from investigations of intentional traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge.
The Huffington Post
Republicans Vote Against Debt Limit Bill That Would Pay For Budget They Supported
A large number of House Republicans voted against raising the nation's borrowing cap Tuesday, even though they supported a budget in December that required a debt ceiling increase.