family at war
an excellent documentary of a family who lost their son in iraq - particularly moving is the soldiers determined, soft-spoken mother
who is examining the reasons for her loss.
Ghosts of Rwanda
10 years later, FRONTLINE delivers one of the most powerful episodes in their excellent series of reports. Also covered in The Economist last week
, and a couple years ago in The Atlantic in a sublime article: "Bystanders to Genocide"
. When you first heard about the tragedy did you wish you could have done something, if you had only known more
"If Tom Delay is acting out of his Born Again Christian
convictions in pushing legislation that disadvantages the poor every time he opens his mouth, I'm not saying he's not a Born Again Christian, but as a the Lord's humble fruit inspector, it sure looks suspicious to me. " - Bill Moyers interviews Joe Hough.
Weapons of mass destruction free mid-east
sound like a good idea - perhaps could lead to other countries in hot zones giving up their WMDs
as well? I wonder if other countries
in the region would consider giving up their stockpiles?