Inside you'll find several exposes that demand follow-through.
1. In logging towns across California and the Northwest, hard times and a cynical Bush administration change in timber law have made torching a forest one of the easiest ways to find work. The U.S. Forest Service isn't investigating vigorously because they're too busy salvaging logs from the burned areas. Help us break this conspiracy of silence.
2. The UN didn't merely blunder in Somalia. It deliberately turned its back when begged to intercede, then sabotaged its one competent envoy as he began stitching together a peace that might have kept Somalia from unraveling. Join our call for a congressional investigation into the failures of the UN before the United States finds itself drafted as the world's constable.