But after he refused to toe the line following 9/11, he was ruthlessly purged, and his important voice might have been lost if Counterpunch
and a few other websites had not provided him a venue.
Loeb went into the day with a 7.3-second cushion over works Citroen team-mate Mikko Hirvonen, and after a day of punch and counterpunch
over a further nine stages in Finland, the Frenchman's advantage is now five seconds.
"The US assault is unpardonable," wrote Cloughley in CounterPunch
, a bi-weekly American newsletter.
FISTS UP: Fergie must prepare United to counterpunch
In a diplomatic counterpunch
, Russia received support on Friday from six other former Soviet republics - Armenia, Belarus and four Central Asian nations: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan - who issued a joint statement condemning Georgia for using force to try to retake control of its separatist province of South Ossetia.
, a classy winner on his belated racecourse debut at Goodwood, may not be anything more than a handicapper but can deliver the knockout blow in the Goldring Security Handicap at Windsor.
Marino shrugged off the latest counterpunch
. "We believe that when consumers choose on taste, their decision serves us very well," he said.
As summarized in a report in CounterPunch
, Korb "advocates expansion of the military by 100,000 soldiers through an improved incentives program.
"I was arrested for nothing more than exercising my rights as a citizen in what I thought was a free country," Blair wrote in an article for Counterpunch
, which broke the story.
Hitler/Bush comparisons began their current vogue after an article by Dave Lindorff appeared last February on CounterPunch
.org, the website edited by Jeffrey St.
Alexander Cockburn is a syndicated columnist and co-editor of the radical newsletter CounterPunch
In a story that, outside of the independent Counterpunch
newsletter, went virtually unmentioned in the United States, the London Daily Telegraph reported in its July 22, 1999, edition that a private preliminary review by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's own experts found that the seventy-eight-day NATO bombing of Yugoslavia had "almost no military effect." Let that sink in for a moment.