Join Us for a Live Interview With the Director of "Uncounted," David Earnhardt

By David Swanson

As we muddle our way through primary elections fraught with errors, fraud, and suppression, it's useful to look back at the elections of 2004 and 2006. So, on Wednesday February 20th, from 8 to 9 p.m. ET I'll be interviewing David Earnhardt live online, and you can phone in with your questions.

Democrats Pass Contempt, Republicans Leave the Room

The Corpse Wiggles: Live Blogging Congress (Six Months Late) Voting on Contempt for Two of the Many
By David Swanson

I know a lot of you may hold Congress in contempt, but on Thursday Congress voted to hold someone else in contempt. Here's what happened:

New National Poll on Impeachment Possible

One of the reasons it's hard to convince Congress Members to support opening Cheney impeachment hearings is that they are not fully aware of the level of support among the public for impeaching the least popular vice president in history. There have been very few mainstream national polls done on the topic, primarily because polling companies have not done them on their own (or not published the results) and have refused to do them for money. The few polls that have been published are posted here.

Building a New World Conference: May 22-25 in Radford, Virginia

In 2008 many of us understand that our nation - and even the entire planet - are in a state of crisis. The deep longing for positive, lasting change is the bedrock upon which this conference is based. How do we fix our country and our world? And how can we form one mass movement to address the crisis?

Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren Writes to John Conyers About Impeachment

By David Swanson

Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D., Calif.), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, has written a letter to Committee Chairman John Conyers (D., Mich.) on the topic of impeachment. Lofgren refers to the possibility of opening impeachment hearings on Vice President Cheney, President Bush, or a federal judge. She suggests that the impeachment of a federal judge may soon be on the agenda for the committee.

Live Interview Tonight With Code Pink Women Meeting With John Conyers

Is House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers seriously considering upholding the Constitution and initiating impeachment hearings on the Vice President, or does he just like meeting with young women and treating our democracy as a joke to tease the citizenry with? Ellen Taylor met with Conyers on Thursday, and Leslie Angeline is scheduled to meet with him late this afternoon. Tonight from 8 to 9 p.m. ET I'll interview these brave activists who are fasting for impeachment. You can listen live and call in with questions:

Iraq Occupation Worse Than Ever

By David Swanson

Two weeks ago an article in the Cville Weekly by Josh Levy ( ) told us that the "surge" was going to win the "war" in Iraq. "Victory has not yet arrived," he cautioned, "and it may be years before we can mark its arrival with confidence, but we can reasonably hope to see it."

Conyers' Phone Rings Steadily for Two Days

By David Swanson

There's a new rule on Capitol Hill: the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee can remove impeachment from the Constitution, but cannot also use telephones, Email, or fax machines, because the flood of pro-impeachment communications from outraged citizens is overwhelming each of those devices. Don't believe me? Try phoning, Emailing, or faxing John Conyers' office.

Pro-Death Nuts Plan Rally in Berkeley

By David Swanson

Chicken Hawks Unlimited, also known as Move America Forward, sent around an Email today that begins:

"It is with a heavy heart that we are reporting to you that the attacks against our troops by American governmental bodies are continuing."