Archive for February, 2010

The Trouble with Corporate Personhood: Freedom of Speech for canadian pharmacy levitra a Fiction

Wednesday, viagra prescription sale February 3rd, 2010

I often correspond with a long-time Washington DC operator named Leigh Ratiner, who spent 40 years in government, serving under Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford and levitra mexico Reagan, cheap levitra in uk with cabinet-level posts in the Defense Department, under the Secretary of the Interior, in the Department of online prescription cialis with discounts Energy, and in the State Department. Usually I’m prompted to contact [...]

Why We Needed George Bush for an Emergency Third Term

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

[Note to readers: I wrote this for CounterPunch back in May 2009, but was reminded by a friend to re-post it, as the lexapro online store Obama administration descends continuously into the nightmare...] My good friend Travis, from Moab, Utah, cialis 20 mg canadian drugs got it into his heat-scarred head that Obama, following the historic election, would soon be taken out – [...]

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