Freitag, 2. Februar 2007

Citizens' Hearing on the Legality of US Actions in Iraq

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

The Bush Investigations

US Congress Debates Rebuke for Bush on Iraq

US lawmakers are thrashing out the wording of a draft resolution condemning President Bush's plan to send more troops to Iraq ahead of the release of a pivotal US intelligence report on the war-ravaged country.

Intelligence Estimate on Iraq: "US Has Little Control"

A long-awaited National Intelligence Estimate on Iraq, presented to President Bush by the intelligence community yesterday, outlines an increasingly perilous situation in which the United States has little control and there is a strong possibility of further deterioration, according to sources familiar with the document.

Will Bush, Cheney Attack Iran? When and Why?

Steve Hammons asks: "Despite recent election results reflecting Americans' concerns about the Iraq War and related matters, will George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and their associates choose to use US military forces to attack Iran? Or, maybe the correct question is: When will they choose to attack? April? March? February?"

Death crash driver 'using phone'

Crash driver denies using mobile

Hands free, but mind-free? This is why we must have masts along our highways.

Again surprising the driving studies citing effects lingering after use of phones and being more than just a distraction are missing.


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Oppose The American Troop DEATH Warrant And Dismemberment Act of 2007

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A couple days ago we heard that Republicans were working to scuttle a resolution opposing the new tactically and strategically doomed proposed increase in troop deployments to Iraq. Now we hear the Harry Reid has totally caved in and signed on to a watered down subservient compromise that says, get this, it "should not be interpreted as precipitating any immediate reduction in" troop levels. The Washington Post is calling the totally neutered resolution "weak". And now we learn it's not 21,000, it's as many as 48,000 including support personnel.

When is Congress going to be strong? When are they going to stand up for what the American people are calling for, an IMMEDIATE REVERSAL in direction, to bring the troops home, to stop the insanity which is our military posture in Iraq. The despicably cowardly compromise goes further and states, "The Congress should not take any action that will endanger United States military forces in the field, including the elimination or reduction of funds for troops in the field." The last time we checked that biggest factor in endangering our troops was the fact that they were THERE at all.

They might as well call it the American Troop Death Warrant And Dismemberment Act of 2007. This is NOT what the American people want. This is NOT what we voted for. Hear us Congress. Stop whining and get out there and fight, just like you expect from our involuntarily re-mobilized troops, who no longer have any choice in the matter.


We also have some news about an exciting new project, Activist Radio. How would you like to have your own radio show? Many of you will remember the Desktop Action software we debuted last year, allowing you to send messages to Congress with one click right from your computer desktop. We are in the final stages of a major upgrade to this program including a potentially unlimited selection of audio transmission channels.

As we are finishing up the coding of the new interface we would like to invite you to start submitting your audio content so we can but together a beta playlist as a demonstration. We are interested in any and all of your own recordings of a progressive nature, commentary, interviews, music, comedy, whatever you are inspired to produce that you think will inspire others to speak out on the issues. The only stipulation is that all submission must be your own creation, where you can personally authorize broadcast.

Here is a special upload page for the new Activist Radio resource to get in on the ground floor of this new resource.


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Glauben Sie an Krebsgefahr durch Handys?

Neue Studie beunruhigt Handy-Nutzer

Die Strahlenbelastungen der Handys müssen niedriger werden

Illegale Marktverfassung, die weit um sich gegriffen hat und den Beteiligten offenbar von der "ökonomischen Rationalität" aufgezwungen wird

Warum Preisabsprachen?

Die jüngste EU-Rekordstrafe gegen praktisch die gesamte weltweite Elektrotechnik-Industrie enthüllt eine illegale Marktverfassung, die weit um sich gegriffen hat und den Beteiligten offenbar von der "ökonomischen Rationalität" aufgezwungen wird.

Wie ein Ölgigant und das American Enterprise Institute Stimmung gegen den UN-Klimabericht machen

Tödliche Koalition

A country passionate about freedom cannot retain the death penalty as part of its laws

February 07 Execution Alert

See and act on all current Execution Alerts at

February 7: James Jackson, TX

February 22: Newton Anderson, TX

February 27: Donald Miller, TX


Death Penalty: Abolition, a Capital Issue

"A country passionate about freedom cannot retain the death penalty as part of its laws." These were the words with which Robert Badinter started his August 1981 plea in favor of abolition of the death penalty. A quarter-century later, the death penalty has definitively passed into history for France. The National Assembly voted Tuesday for the abolition to be inscribed in the Constitution. The fight, nonetheless, is not over. Sixty-nine countries still apply capital punishment, and, in about thirty others, the death penalty is still part of the law. The third Global Congress against the Death Penalty opened in Paris yesterday.

Waxman's Kyoto strategy

Competitive Enterprise Institute
by Marlo Lewis, Jr.


On Tuesday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, under the leadership of Rep. Henry Waxman (D., Calif.), held a hearing on 'Political Interference with Science: Global Warming.' Three of the four witnesses contended that the Bush administration is muzzling federal scientists and suppressing or distorting their research on climate change. This was music to the ears of Chairman Waxman and committee Democrats...,05740.cfm

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

How Bush can ensure no more Iraqs

Los Angeles Times
by Max Boot


The U.S. is only a few bright ideas away from being the nation builder it needs to be. One of the least noticed but most intriguing elements of the State of the Union speech occurred near the end, when President Bush called for the recruitment of 92,000 more soldiers and Marines and for the creation of a Civilian Reserve Corps that 'would ease the burden on the armed forces by allowing us to hire civilians with critical skills to serve on missions abroad when America needs them.' Never mind that there is much less here than meets the eye. Included in Bush's recruitment math are 30,000 Army troops already in the pipeline, so the increase is really only 62,000, not 92,000 -- and that number won't be available for five years. A larger, faster increase is needed to relieve the strain on our overstretched armed forces." [editor's note: Boot just can't bring himself to the simple answer. The EASY way to prevent future "Iraqs" is to not friggin' invade them! - TLK]

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Playing the I won't run game

from Reason to Freedom
by Garry Reed


Anyone can hog headlines by running for president. John Kerry is merely the latest master media manipulator to do so by announcing that he's not. Senate Majority Leadercrat Bill Frist not only rejected a 2008 bid for the White House, but is also retiring from politics altogether after serving 12 years as promised. The announcement stunned libertarians who noted that Frist actually served 12 years in the Senate after pledging to serve no more than 12 years in the Senate. Still, others have pointed out that the Tennessee pol remains under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission for insider trading. Rumors persist that Martha Stewart's old bunk is still available...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Wal-Mart pays itself rent, gets tax breaks

Raw Story


Wal-Mart, the nation's largest employer and the world's biggest retailer, is regularly paying itself rent and using the transaction to decrease the taxes it pays to state governments, according to a report in this morning's Wall Street Journal. The article by Jesse Drucker shows that Wal-Mart has saved hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes in 25 states, and may not be the only company using the practice. Drucker shows that state governments are finally getting wise and working to close a complicated tax loophole that the federal government discontinued years ago...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Personal savings rate drops, worst since Depression

Fox News


People once again spent everything they made and then some last year, pushing the personal savings rate to the lowest level since the Great Depression more than seven decades ago. The Commerce Department reported Thursday that the savings rate for all of 2006 was a negative 1 percent, meaning that not only did people spend all the money they earned but they also dipped into savings or increased borrowing to finance purchases. The 2006 figure was lower than a negative 0.4 percent in 2005 and was the poorest showing since a negative 1.5 percent savings rate in 1933 during the Great Depression. For December, consumer spending rose a solid 0.7 percent, the best showing in five months, while incomes rose by 0.5 percent, both figures matching Wall Street expectations...,2933,249328,00.html

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Justice Department to release court orders on spy program

Iron Mountain Daily News


Attorney General Alberto Gonzales expanded Congress' access Wednesday to classified documents detailing the government's domestic spying program but still didn't satisfy several lawmakers demanding information about surveillance. Investigators' applications, legal briefs and orders issued by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court are now open to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee and the House and Senate intelligence committees, Gonzales said...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Agent testifies on Libby, Cheney conversations



Former vice presidential aide I. Lewis 'Scooter' Libby acknowledged he may have discussed with Vice President Dick Cheney whether to tell reporters that a prominent war critic's wife worked at the CIA, an FBI agent testified Thursday. Agent Deborah Bond's brief description of Libby's acknowledgment was about the only new information disclosed on the day. Otherwise, Libby's perjury trial was devoted mostly to dealing with vigorous and repeated defense efforts to exclude evidence that Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald called 'the guts of our case'...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


FBI Agent Testifies Libby Learned About Plame from Cheney

After a long day or legal wrangling and no witnesses, an FBI agent took the stand shortly before 3 p.m. She is Deborah Bond, a 19-year veteran, called into the probe of who may have leaked name of classified agent.

Who Are We Fighting Again?

Of Mooninites, Mahdawis and other non-members of al-Qaida.

Armchair Activism That Works

by Martin Kearns and Jonathan Schwarz,

In just a few minutes a day, you can build a more progressive future.

Congress already has the power to stop the war in Iraq, it just needs the guts

How To End The War

Ein-Euro-Jobs ersetzen reguläre Beschäftigung in einem nicht zu vernachlässigendem Umfang

Die Ergebnisse einer anonymisierten Arbeitgeberbefragung des IAB deuten darauf hin, dass Ein-Euro-Jobs reguläre Beschäftigung in nicht zu vernachlässigendem Umfang ersetzen. In vier Prozent der Einrichtungen, die Ein-Euro-Jobber beschäftigen, waren nach Angaben der Befragten Personaleinsparungen die Folge. Hochgerechnet handelt es sich bundesweit um mehr als 2000 Einrichtungen. Abstract und kostenlosen Volltext-Download finden Sie unter:

Mobilfunkargumentationshilfe für Lehrer

Anbei in der Anlage eine Argumentationshilfe für zumindest bayerische Lehrerinnen und Lehrer, die die Mobilfunkproblematik im Unterricht thematisieren wollen.

Hans Schütz


Handyverbot an Schulen

Residents in battle over phone mast

Wolves of the northern rockies need our HELP

PLEASE visit this website...
Idaho and Wyoming are planning to kill hundreds of wolves by any means possible. This is an outrage!!!!

From Courtney A.

Katmai Bears Caught in the Crossfire

Astrid D.

Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science

Climate Report - url for pdf

Humans caused climate change'
Global warming likely to continue for centuries, international body says.,,2004757,00.html

Audio: 'This study is critical'

Fossil fuel and land use to blame,,2004746,00.html

Sea levels rise at accelerating rate,,2004717,00.html

Oil lobby tried to undermine study,,2004398,00.html

Climate Panel Issues Urgent Warning

Informant: binstock


IPCC releases report

San Diego Union-Tribune


Scientists from 113 countries issued a landmark report Friday saying they have little doubt global warming is caused by man, and predicting that hotter temperatures and rises in sea level will 'continue for centuries' no matter how much humans control their pollution. A top U.S. government scientist, Susan Solomon, said 'there can be no question that the increase in greenhouse gases are dominated by human activities.' Environmental campaigners urged the United States and other industrial nations to significantly cut their emissions of greenhouse gases in response to the long-awaited report by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Panel Sees Centuries of Warming Due to Humans

The world is already committed to centuries of warming, shifting weather patterns, and rising seas from the atmospheric buildup of smokestack and tailpipe gases that trap heat, but warming can be substantially blunted with prompt action, an international network of climate experts said today.

Public Pushes Back Against Planned Test on Old Nuke Site

Suspicious of government assurances that a planned desert explosion will not rekindle the radioactive fallout that caused illness and death in past testing, Westerners, Native Americans, "downwinders" and others want the plan halted.

The First Amendment: Good When You Can Get It

David Rovics writes: "We live in a class society that operates under the golden rule - those who have the gold make the rules, and everybody else has to stand up for his rights by other means. Those who have the gold declare the wars, consistently lie about the real purpose of the war, and profit from the war. Those without the gold fight and die in the wars ... the smooth operation of any society requires that most people do not see history and reality this way.... if it seems this kind of awareness is spreading, and manifesting itself on the streets, one frequent way to deal with this is through disinformation or omission of information, and both subtle and overt forms of repression."

Iraq Surge Could Total 50,000

A new Congressional report says the increase of 21,500 combat troops for Iraq proposed by the Bush administration could result in up to 50,000 troops actually being deployed to the region.

MP joins opposition to massive mast proposal

Pre-schools within 300m of phone mast bid site

STRONG objections have been lodged against a proposed mobile phone mast less than 300 metres from seven Rustington nurseries, playchools and toddler groups.

Primary and secondary schools have to be consulted by mobile networks when masts are planned nearby, but it appears that none of the nurseries and other groups have been informed about the proposed site, at the junction of The Street and Woodlands Avenue.

Rustington Parish Council has highlighted the closeness of the pre-school facilities in a letter to Arun District Council, opposing the O2 mast.

Yesterday (Wednesday), Arun councillors were being recommended to object to the 15m tall structure, resembling a telegraph pole, on the grounds that it would be a "prominent and obtrusive feature".

Adrian Fielding, co-owner with his wife, Gemma, of the Early Bird Nursery School in Woodlands Avenue, which has 60 younger children on its books, said of the mast: "We don't want it there. It's completely the wrong place. If schools for older children are consulted about masts, then it should be the same for pre-schools, but we haven't been consulted."

And Sim Dendy, of Arun Community Church, which runs the Playcentre nursery in The Street, which takes 45 children, said the church was concerned about the proposed mast and would be finding out more information, with a view to writing to Arun.

In its objection, the parish council lists both pre-school facilities, along with Riverslea Nursery and Noah's Ark toddlers' group, both meeting in the parish church hall, The Street, and the Tiddlers, Mod Mums and Rascals groups, all based in the Methodist church hall in Claigmar Road.

The parish council also raised concerns that the mast would be close to a public seat and a café with outside seating, and the equipment cabinet for the mast could block drivers' views, making a highway hazard.

01 February 2007

All rights reserved © 2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing.

Coal Plans Prompt Warning

Environmental groups warned this week that plans for more coal-fired power plants in the Southwest will worsen the threat of global warming and undermine the states' conservation efforts.

A Radical Proposal to Help the Homeless

What do homeless people most need to reenter the fabric of society? Some say the answer is right there in the question: homes. Hundreds of cities are taking a radical approach to homelessness. Does it work?

UN Panel Blames Humans for Warming

The UN climate panel agreed in its starkest warning yet on Thursday that human activities are causing global warming that may bring more droughts, heat waves and rising seas, delegates said.

Slow Going on Global Warming Report

A report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, if it is issued on time Friday, will warn the world that global warming is here and worsening, using its bluntest language yet.

A Q&A With Ross and Anne Gelbspan

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ross Gelbspan and his wife Anne talk about getting the message of climate change out through film, public opinion, American journalism - and about what really needs to be done.

Iraq War Protesters Step Up Pressure to Bring US Troops Home

US anti-Iraq War activists, after a massive demonstration Saturday in Washington, are mobilizing this week to pressure lawmakers to stop the deployment of additional troops to Iraq.

Next-up News n°172

Bayerns Datenschützer gegen Sammelwut in Zentraldateien

Rachel's News #892

About the American way of war

Everybody Supports the Troops


Everybody supports the troops

from Reason to Freedom
by US Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)


Instead of questioning who has the best interests of our troops at heart, we should be debating which policy is best for our country. Defensive wars to preserve our liberties, fought only with proper congressional declarations, are legitimate. Casualties under such circumstances still are heartbreaking, but they are understandable. Casualties that occur in undeclared, unnecessary wars, however, are bewildering. Why must so many Americans be killed or hurt in Iraq when our security and our liberty were not threatened? Cliches about supporting the troops are designed to distract us from failed policies, policies promoted by powerful special interests that benefit from war. Anything to steer the discussion away from the real reasons the war in Iraq will not end anytime soon...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Support our Troops?

The exercise of U.S. power is intended to preserve not only theinternational capitalist system but U.S. hegemony of that system.Why are we locked into such empty political rhetoric?

We have accomplished our objectives

War or Peace? Achieving Peace Among States

Kein Krebsrisiko durch Handy-Strahlung?

Court threat for mobile giant

A DETERMINED protester has threatened county court action against mobile phone giant 02 if it does not reverse its plans to site a mast near Drayton School.

Mary Jenvey of Powys Grove, Banbury, told the company in an angry letter this week that "campaigners will not accept this decision" to site the mast on Oxfordshire County Council-owned land next to Trinity Close close to Drayton School and Drayton Playgroup.

When the plans were first announced last June Mrs Jenvey and other parents spoke of their fears for children's safety, especially in relation to cancer.

Now Mrs Jenvey said she will turn to Banbury County Court if the mast, started in October, is completed by the company.

"We will look to our rights contained in a Code 17 of the Electronic Communication Code to apply to the county court for removal of the mast," she said.

"I know this has been successful in some cases and should the need arise we will give due consideration as to whether it is appropriate to seek the intervention of the courts.

"If this proves to be unsuccessful we will apply to the Lands Tribunal to gain compensation for the devaluation of our properties."

Mrs Jenvey has now formed a group called BATMAN (Banbury Against Telephone Masts Action Network).

02 February 2007

All rights reserved © 2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing.

Row is brewing over phone mast scheme

By Graham Poucher

OSSETT councillors are calling on residents to block plans for a mobile phone mast – earmarked for a site close to a primary school.

Wakefield Council has received an application from T-Mobile (UK) Ltd to place a telegraph pole-style mast on land at Royds Mill, Leeds Road, around 150 metres from Gawthorpe J&I School and nursery.

But councillors are worried about the potential effects of the 10m-high pole and antenna.

Coun Elizabeth Knowles said: “Considering that the council does not permit any masts on any of their buildings, including schools, I think they should listen to people’s calls for this mast not to go ahead so close to Gawthorpe J&I School.”

Coun Alec Metcalf added: “They couldn’t have chosen a worse place. Many of the local residents are very concerned about it and I know the school isn’t too happy either.

“I am urging people to write to the council and object to this proposal.”

A spokesperson for T-Mobile (UK) Ltd said: “This is a carefully planned and sensitively designed project. We have had discussions with the local authority and explored alternative options.

“We have written to the nearest school and the local councillor, but have yet to hear anything. The consultation on this site is of course on-going and we would welcome further discussions.”

Sue Vickerman, headteacher at Gawthorpe J&I School, added: “The school is very concerned about the close proximity of the proposed structure.”

All rights reserved ©2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing

Great Barrier Reef 'will be bleached-out wasteland in 25 years'

Global warming could turn Australia's Great Barrier Reef into a wasteland of bleached coral in 25 years, says a scientific report leaked yesterday.

US senators unite against Iraq surge

Democratic and Republican senators have agreed on compromise wording to a resolution opposing President George W. Bush's plan to increase US forces in Iraq, as the US war of words with Iran simmers.

Zbigniew Brzezinski Calls Iraq War a Historic, Strategic and Moral Calamity

Undertaken under false assumptions, it is undermining America's global legitimacy. Its collateral civilian casualties as well as some abuses are tarnishing America's moral credentials. Driven by Manichean impulses and imperial hubris, it is intensifying regional instability.

The Truth About Genetically Modified Foods

The Future Of Food


There is a revolution happening in the farm fields and on the dinner tables of America -- a revolution that is transforming the very nature of the food we eat. Click to view

Keep up the resistance!

IPCC-Report 2007

The War on Iran

Scott Ritter on War With Iran

Audio Interview By Paul Harris

The War on Iran

By Stephen Gowans

U.S. Delays Report on Iranian Role in Iraq

By Paul Richter

The Bush administration has postponed plans to offer public details of its charges of Iranian meddling inside Iraq amid internal divisions over the strength of the evidence, U.S. officials said.

War pimp alerts

Washington warns Tehran to stop aiding Iraqi insurgents

Iran is supplying Iraqi insurgents with weapons technology used to kill American troops, a senior U.S. diplomat said, sending another warning to Iran against interfering in Iraq.

Hague warning on Iran bomb

Britain must keep open the option of military action against Iran so long as Teheran refuses to abandon its nuclear programme, William Hague, the shadow foreign secretary suggested yesterday.

US plans strike against Iran

The Pentagon was reported to be considering ways for the US to destroy nuclear facilities such as Iran's main centrifuge plant at Natanz, despite the fact that Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney hoped that diplomatic efforts to restrain Iran would succeed.

Build-up of U.S. naval power in the Middle East

The amphibious assault ship Bataan and its expeditionary strike group passed through the Suez Canal and into the 5th Fleet area of operations Tuesday. The John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group which left its homeport in Bremerton, Wash., on Jan. 16, will join Bataan in the region as quickly as it can get there.

US fighter jets to patrol Iran-Iraq border, report says

‘For every improvised explosive device that goes off in Iraq, a bomb should go off in Iran,’ retired Air Force lieutenant general says.

Britain plays down claims of Tehran role

Senior British officials, citing mistakes over Saddam Hussein’s alleged weapons of mass destruction, are voicing scepticism about US efforts to build an intelligence-based case against Iran.,,173-2577510,00.html

Dave Lindorff:

I wrote last September that Bush was gearing up for war with Iran, as evidenced by the moving up of the deployment date of the carrier group headed by the recently re-fueled and re-armed USS Eisenhower, some of whose crewmembers had leaked that its mission was to attack Iran.

From Information Clearing House

Florida Shifting to Voting System With Paper Trail


Here's a KUCINICH snippet from Last Saturday's rally in DC. There are many other links/vids one can access off this link. Enjoy, MsBlue

Soldier Voices Forum

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National Lawyers Guild: Legal And Human Rights Groups Issue Open Letter Warning Of Illegality Of Any Offensive Military Action By U.S. Against Iran

US Troops Will Stay in Iraq, and the War Will Get Worse

How PR Firms and Major Media Help Military Recruiters

An Army of Thousands More: How PR Firms and Major Media Help Military Recruiters

Resistance to War Cannot be Jailed


End the Occupation Now! filmed at Busboys and Poets

On January 27, 2007, 500,000 marched against war and occupation in Washington, DC. After this mass demonstration against the war, Kelly Dougherty, co-founder and Executive Director of Iraq Veterans Against War, and Anthony Arnove, author of Iraq: the Logic of Withdrawal spoke at the Bus Boys and Poets cafe. Their talks followed an incredible performance of songs by activist/hip hop artist Son of Nun.

See videos of these talks (each about 20 minutes) and a scintillating performance of his "Speak on It" by Son of Nun at

You will also find photos, a radio quality (mp3) download of the entire event, video downloads for private viewing, and links to related websites.

In a moving, personal message that give a glimpse of the everyday tragedy of this war, Kelly Dougherty recounted her experiences as a US national guard MP in Iraq. She gave witness to the miseries endured by the Iraqi people, and the relentless pursuit of profits in Iraq by companies such as KBR.

Anthony Arnove spelled out the disastrous consequences of this war, for the Iraqi people and the US, and made the case for immediate withdrawal of occupation forces, with reparations.

Andy Shallal, owner of co-sponsor Busboys and Poets, and Pamela Pinnock, Events Manager, introduced the program and served as hosts to an overflow audience, with people sitting on the stage. Michele Bollinger of the International Socialist Organization, which co-sponsored the event, served as moderator.

The video and audio programs were produced by Traprock Peace Center. Find comlete coverage of this program and the day's peace march - with march video and over 200 photos - at

Learn more about the International Socialist Organization at and read news on the world and the movement at

Learn more about Iraq Veterans Against the War at

See Son of Nun's website at

Learn more about Busboys and Poets at

Charles Jenks
Chair of Advisory Board
Traprock Peace Center
103 Keets Road Deerfield, MA 01342

Grieving Dad Takes War Protest to Times Square

Official Lies Over Najaf Battle Exposed

Scientists offered cash to dispute climate study,,2004399,00.html

Informant: NHNE


Informant: ranger116

Senators Challenge Bush's War Powers

No More Rules

Informant: ranger116

Gewerkschaften üben Schulterschluß mit den Energiekonzernen

HANDY-ORTUNGSDIENSTE: Datenschützer warnt vor Missbrauch

Der Bundesdatenschutzbeauftragte Peter Schaar fordert Strafen für die heimliche Nutzung von Handy-Ortungsdiensten. Nutzer könnten damit nicht nur ihre Kinder orten, sondern auch ihre Partner unbemerkt ausspionieren, warnte er.,1518,463814,00.html

Es wird wärmer und wärmer und der Mensch trägt die Schuld

Barrier breached as mainstream paper publishes Watada’s legal argument

Informant: jensenmk

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