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December 31, 2004

Real men don't drive Hummers; and, you will submit to Big Brother … um, voluntarily

Jim Hightower

December 24, 2004

Jim spreads some holiday cheer

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December 17, 2004

Governments won't support local business, so we have to; and 'Support Our Troops' – and their families – must be more than rhetoric

Jim Hightower

December 10, 2004

No need for a babysitter, Big Brother will do it; and Britain has moral scolds just like America

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December 3, 2004

All-American Spam adopts an English accent; and big airlines stiff their workers

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November 26, 2004

Some elections are clean, but the GOP campaigns dirty

Jim Hightower

November 19, 2004

Wal-Mart gets indignant; and Cheney gets churlish

Jim Hightower

November 12, 2004

Public schools sell their soul, and Lockheed sells us flying lemons

Jim Hightower

November 5, 2004

Let's rein in CEO pay; and, 'conservatives' support Big Brotherism

Jim Hightower

October 29, 2004

Dubya paints rosy pictures of the war and job creation … and on both, he's lying

Jim Hightower

October 22, 2004

The Bushites harass a grieving war mom; and the prez cozies up to Pervez

Jim Hightower

October 15, 2004

Mad scientists and Big Brother … maybe we should be paranoid!

Jim Hightower

October 8, 2004

Bloomberg applauds as New York's finest crack down on the First Amendment; and 'foolproof' electronic voting looks foolish

Jim Hightower

October 1, 2004

Get ready for the sweatshop tsunami; and Congress gives itself a raise

Jim Hightower

September 24, 2004

No Child Left Behind leaves the funding behind; and Richard Perle bungles on the battlefield and in the boardroom

Jim Hightower

September 17, 2004

The Department of Homeland Security shills for Big Insurance; and Dubya uses Nixon's old hatchet man against Kerry

Jim Hightower

September 10, 2004

Fake Texans sue 'True Blue' ones; and Ashcroft cracks down on legal, peaceful dissent

Jim Hightower

September 3, 2004

The culture of lying goes cellular; and Wal-Mart tries to buy a new image

Jim Hightower

August 27, 2004

Corporate stadium names turn Mudville into Anywhere, USA; and Frank Keating dupes our brave soldiers for big bucks

Jim Hightower

August 20, 2004

The conventions offer TV-worthy news, if the networks would just look for it; and, teach English to foreigners! … so they can take your job

Jim Hightower

August 13, 2004

All is not lost: Grassroots activists win court battles; and the Pentagon revolving door is profitable for Bush buddies

Jim Hightower

August 6, 2004

Punishing thought crimes: Bush cracks down on dissent, and the GOP rejects your right to read

Jim Hightower

July 30, 2004

The Bushites plot to cancel our election; Diebold taints it

Jim Hightower

July 23, 2004

John Cornyn thinks he's smarter than the founding fathers; and Republicans slash funding for parks

Jim Hightower

July 16, 2004

Light rail – it's not just for lefties anymore; and parks officials are forced to be Bush spokesmen

Jim Hightower

July 9, 2004

The economy has 'improved' … so why aren't you smiling? And meet Macedonia, our 'anti-terror' ally.

Jim Hightower

July 2, 2004

Farmer David fights Monsanto Goliath; and it's not torture if Bush says it's not

Jim Hightower

June 25, 2004

National political conventions: bought and paid for; and vets need Bush to put the money where his mouth is

Jim Hightower

June 18, 2004

Oh, the indignity! Royalty gets the commoner treatment, sort of; and 'offshoring' gets a new name

Jim Hightower

June 11, 2004

The horrors of war just keep unfolding

Jim Hightower

June 4, 2004

George W. Bush goes easy on the rich … and Donald Trump needs it!

Jim Hightower

May 28, 2004

Spider-Man gets kicked out of baseball; Bush and Rummy deny responsibility for torture

Jim Hightower

May 21, 2004

Nanotechnology will rain gold on us just like, um, high tech did; and Colin Powell promises jobs … to India

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May 14, 2004

Corporate advertising pisses me off; and, the rich get richer

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May 7, 2004

Social Security: It ain't broke, so don't fix it; and, productivity has gone up – so why hasn't your paycheck?

Jim Hightower

April 30, 2004

Time to play Medicare Gotcha; and, if the Pentagon fears global warming, why doesn't George W.?

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April 23, 2004

Tyco stays the course, and the USDA rolls over for Big Beef

Jim Hightower

April 16, 2004

Democracy confronts Karl Rove, and CEOs tout offshoring

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April 9, 2004

The new boom is still a bust for many; and the White House gets favorable press – from itself

Jim Hightower

April 2, 2004

Next on the regime-change list: Venezuela; and, Mendocino County rejects Frankenfoods

Jim Hightower

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