Democracy Now

Democracy Now! (6 am) – March 21, 2005

U.S. Broadcast Exclusive: Secret U.S. Plans For Iraq’s Oil Spark Political Fight Between Neocons and Big Oil
In an explosive new report, investigative journalist Greg Palast charges that President Bush was planning to invade Iraq before the September 11th attacks and was considering two very different plans about what to do with Iraq’s oil. The plans reportedly sparked a political fight between neoconservatives and big oil companies. Greg Palast joins us in our firehouse studio and we air his exclusive report, "Secret U.S. Plans For Iraq’s Oil" for the first time in this country.


From New York to Fayetteville, London to Rome – Major Protests Mark Second Anniversary of Iraq Invasion

On Saturday, major protests were held around the country and the world to mark the second anniversary of the invasion in Iraq. From New York to Fayetteville, London to Rome, people took to the streets to demonstrate against the war. We bring you the words of some of the people who took to the streets.


Thousands Protest in Fayetteville in Largest Army Base Demonstration Since Vietnam

A protest near Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina was the largest protest of any kind there since a 1970 protest against the Vietnam War. We hear some of the speeches from the rally.

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