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* CHOMSKY
Continued from page 1.
Chomsky has been active in left-wing politics since his
mid 30s. Chomsky has become one of the best-known
American leftists due to his controversial views, which
have sparked intense debate on college campuses and at
prominent think tanks for many years.
In 1969, he published his first book on politics, and by the
early 1980s, he had become both the most distinguished fig-
ures in American linguistics and one of the most influential
left-wing critics of American foreign policy. Chomsky remains
one of the most prolific commentators on international affairs,
with more than 30 books on the subject to his credit.
Chomsky has reserved his most scathing criticism for
President Bush's war on terror. "9-11," a controversial book
Chomsky wrote after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, was a New
York Times bestseller. In the book, Chomsky wrote in ref-
erence to the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan: "Wanton
killing of innocent civilians is terrorism, not a war against
terrorism." He has also argued that the major sources of
international terrorism are the world's great powers.
In one of his best-known works, "What Uncle Sam
Really Wants," Chomsky wrote that what the U.S. govern-

ment really wants when it talks about stability is security
for the upper classes and big business. Another focus of
Chomsky's political work has been the analysis of main-
stream mass media. Chomsky argues that the major U.S.
media outlets alter their coverage to promote the interests
of large corporations and the government.
Due to both his political and scholarly writings, Chom-
sky keeps a busy lecture schedule. He is often booked
up to two years in advance. Chomsky spoke to a densely
packed crowd of University students last year in the Uni-
versity's Law School.
Chomsky's prominence as a scholar and political
commentator has won him a global audience. Chom-
sky is widely read outside the U.S.; "9-1l" has been
published in 26 countries and translated into 23 lan-
guages. The book was a bestseller in at least five coun-
tries, including Canada and Japan. Chomsky's views
are often given extensive coverage on networks around
the world, while he receives few mentions in the U.S.
media.
When Chomsky was voted the leading living public
intellectual this year in a readers' poll conducted by the
British magazine "Prospect," he said only, "I don't pay a
lot of attention to polls."

WHITE HOUSE
Continued from page 1
the agent is classified as working
undercover. The Times quoted lawyers
involved in the case as saying they had
no indication Fitzgerald was consider-
ing charging Cheney with a crime.
The paper said any efforts by
Libby to steer investigators away
from his conversation with Cheney
might be viewed by a prosecutor as
attempt to impede the inquiry, which
could be a crime.
According to a former intelligence
official close to Tenet, the former CIA
chief has not been in touch with Fitzger-
ald's staff for more than 15 months and
was not asked to testify before the grand
jury even though he was interviewed by
Fitzgerald and his staff.
The official told the Times that
Tenet declined to comment on the
investigation.

Libby's lawyer, Joseph Tate, did
not return phone calls and e-mail to
his office.
Fitzgerald is expected to decide this
week whether to seek criminal indict-
ments in the case. Lawyers involved
in the case have said Libby and Karl
Rove, President Bush's senior adviser,
both face the possibility of indictment.
McClellan said both Rove and Libby
were at work on yesterday.
Fitzgerald questioned Cheney under
oath more than a year ago, but it is not
known what the vice president told
the prosecutor.
Cheney has said little in public
about what he knew. In September
2003, he told NBC he did not know
Wilson or who sent him on a trip to
Niger in 2002 to check into intelli-
gence that Iraq may have been seek-
ing to buy uranium there.
"I don't know who sent Joe Wilson.
He never submitted a report that I ever

saw when he came back," Cheney said
at the time. " ... I don't know Mr. Wil-
son. I probably shouldn't judge him. I
have no idea who hired him."
Asked yesterday whether Cheney
always tells the truth to the public,
McClellan said, "Yes."
"Frankly I think it's a ridiculous
question," he said. "The vice president,
like the president, is a straightforward
plainspoken person."
The Cheney-Libby conversation
occurred the same day that The Wash-
ington Post published a front-page story
about the CIA sending a retired diplo-
mat to Africa, where he was unable to
corroborate intelligence that Iraq was
trying to acquire uranium yellowcake
from Niger. The diplomat was Wilson.
A year after Wilson's trip, Presi-
dent Bush cited British intelligence
in his State of the Union address as
suggesting that Iraq was pursuing
uranium in Africa.

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For Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
One of the things you can look for-
ward to in the year ahead is being on the
receiving end of the generosity of others.
Keep your pockets open!
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Things are going to look better and
better with partnerships and long-term
relationships. Close friendships will also
improve in the year ahead.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Now and in the next few months,
you'll enter a yearlong period where
your job and job opportunities will
improve fantastically! Say goodbye to
your horrible boss.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
You find it easier and easier to believe
in yourself now. This is good. Continue
to focus on helping or working with
children.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
All Leos will experience much joy
with respect to home and family in the
year ahead. This will start now or
months from now, depending on when
you were born. The year 2007 will be
excellent for real estate!
VIRGO

spending more as well.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Yesterday, Jupiter moved into your
sign for the first time since 1993.
Yeehaw! Come to Mama! Baby needs a
new pair of shoes! Your good fortune
will flourish in the next 13 months.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Changing conditions trigger your
interest in certain spiritual themes.
Explore whatever interests you. Keep
your head in the clouds and your feet on
the ground.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Your popularity rating will go way up
in the next 18 months. Accept all initia-
tions. Join groups and clubs. People
want to see your face!
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Your career is going to take off in the
next six months, and it's going to be
blessed with opportunities and good for-
tune for the next 18 months! Go for what
you want!
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Travel opportunities and chances to
broaden your experience of the world
through study and training will come to
you in the year ahead. You want to fly!
YOU BORN TODAY You have strong
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