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Samantha Black, editor

EARTH TALK:
Did Bush administration censor climate scientists?

Word of the White House censoring federal climate scientists on global warming began leaking out to the press early in George W. Bush’s first term in office, but only in the last few years have a few federal employees themselves been willing to go on record with such accusations. [More]


Industrial pollution clouds world skies as Bush administration officials try to muzzle even its own scientists, censoring all research that sounds global warming alarms.

Getty Images photo courtesy Earth Talk

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The right to assisted suicide:
Religious Right dictates how we die

During the eight years Dr. Jack Kevorkian languished in a Michigan prison, how many state legislatures reformed their laws against physician-assisted suicide? None. [More]


Dr. Jack Kevorkian pioneered physician-assisted suicide and paid the price to a society dominated by Christian fundamentalists.

Web photo

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Sicko: Michael Moore’s cinematic argument for universal health care

After controversial films such as Bowling for Columbine, Roger and Me, and Fahrenheit 9/11, which tackled issues such as video games and violence among American youth, the decline of American industry, and the Bush administration’s war in Iraq, award-winning director Michael Moore has taken up another cause on behalf of the American People – health care. In his latest film Sicko, Moore presents a one-sided, yet cogent argument for socialized medicine. [More]


In Sicko, director Michael Moore examines health care systems.

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