Corporations the Only Winners in Occupation of Iraq

The Bush administration’s foreign policy, like domestic policy, often seems to come directly from corporate board rooms. While U.S. soldiers attempt to establish law and order in Iraq, Bush has put oil companies above the law.

Bush Gives Legal Immunity to Transnational Oil Corporations in Iraq

Through the Development Fund and the Export-Import Bank programs, the Iraqi people’s oil will finance U.S. corporate entrees into Iraq. In the long term, Executive Order 13303 protects anything those corporations do to seize control of Iraq’s oil, from the point of production to the gas pump — and places oil companies above the rule of law.

Montanans Organize to Stop Coal Trains, Exports

Plans by coal corporations could create five-fold increase in train traffic, extensive traffic delays and large increases in noise and air pollution.