Mittwoch, 7. Februar 2007

Next-up News n°178

France inter 6 février 2007, Service public : Antennes relais, quels dangers pour la santé ?

Les reportages et les témoignages des auditeurs de l'émission (compilation des extraits - audio 17'16).

UN Convention for the Protection of All People Against Forced Disappearance

Human Rights

A new UN Convention for the Protection of All People Against Forced Disappearance opened for signing in Paris on February 6. Le Monde considers this important addition to internationally recognized human rights.

Libby Testimony Points Directly to Bush, Cheney

According to trial transcripts obtained by Truthout, former White House staffer I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby testified before a grand jury in 2004 that Vice President Dick Cheney instructed him to divulge portions of a then-classified report to New York Times reporter Judith Miller. Libby testified that Cheney said authorization to leak a section of the report had come directly from President George W. Bush, the court transcripts state.

Questioning Vaccines is not "Fueled by Ignorance"

by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO

But vaccine injuries are real despite claims that occurrences are rare. Fears of developing autism as a result of vaccination have been dismissed by mainstream medicine which prefers to attribute the increase incidence of autism, currently at 1 in 166 children, to a “better diagnosis.” Thimerosal (mercury) in vaccines has received much attention in the association with autism. Undoubtedly, many children have.....

15 Jährige zur Zwangpsychiatrisierung mit Gewalt der Familie entrissen

- die katholischen Nachrichten berichten ausgiebig:

"Notfalls durch Gewaltanwendung"

15 Polizisten wurden kürzlich in Deutschland eingesetzt, um ein gesundes, 15jähriges Mädchen aus intaktem Elternhaus in die Psychiatrie abzuschleppen. Melissa (15) - die älteste Tochter - wurde der Familie mit Gewalt entrissen und zwangsweise in die Psychiatrie eingeliefert.

Jetzt sitzt das Mädchen im Klinikum Nürnberg Nord, Klinik für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie. Den Eltern wurde per richterlichem Beschluß das Sorgerecht entzogen.....


Der Fall eines normalen 15jährigen Mädchens, das von den Behörden aus ihrem Elternhaus verschleppt wurde, erschüttert gegenwärtig Deutschland....

Eine Nachricht des Werner-Fuß-Zentrum im Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte
Greifswalder Str. 4
10405 Berlin

From Afghanistan to Iraq: Connecting the Dots With Oil

Richard W. Behan writes: "The long-held suspicions about George Bush's wars are well-placed. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were not prompted by the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. They were not waged to spread democracy in the Middle East or enhance security at home. They were conceived and planned in secret long before September 11, 2001, and they were undertaken to control petroleum resources."

Democrats Try Again to Stop Troop Escalation

As Senate Democrats seek votes on capping troop numbers and funding for Iraq, they may use the pending bill on the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission as a vehicle, setting up a replay of the debate over funding for troops that this week derailed their leadership-backed non-binding resolution on Bush's "surge" proposal.

Reports on global warming lag behind the science

Informant: binstock

Boxer rips EPA chief as bowing to industry

Informant: binstock


Boxer Rips EPA Chief as Bowing to Industry

California Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer ripped the Environmental Protection Agency's top official Tuesday for rules changes that could limit the input of scientific advisers into agency decisions and reduce public access to information about toxic substances in communities. Boxer accused EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson of bending to the wishes of industry, rather than protecting public health.

Judge orders deeper scrutiny of biotech plant applications

USDA Faulted On Oversight Of Test Crops

Informant: binstock

U.S. companies prepare for bird flu pandemic

Informant: NHNE

Gift im Gemüse

Die Bundesregierung hat fast 300 Grenzwerte für Pestizide angehoben und sich im Kompetenzgerangel der eigenen Behörden verfangen.

Militär und Sicherheit haben höchste Priorität

Das Weiße Haus schlägt für die nationale Sicherheit einen
Rekordhaushalt vor und hat sich damit der Hochzeit des Kalten Kriegs
und der staatlichen Förderung des militärisch-industriellen Komplexes
wieder angenähert.

Why You Should Avoid Taking Vaccines

Informant: binstock

100 Senators Quietly Vote: Majority Oppose Escalation

From ufpj-news

Bombs over Baghdad: The Pentagon's Secret Air War in Iraq

A secret air war is being waged in Iraq -- often in and around that country's population centers -- about which we can find out little. The U.S. military keeps information on the munitions expended in its air efforts under tight wraps, refusing to offer details on the scale of use and so minimizing the importance of air power in Iraq. But expert opinion holds that the forms of aerial assault being employed in that country, though hardly covered in our media, may account for most of the U.S. and coalition-attributed Iraqi civilian deaths there since the 2003 invasion. While some aspects of the air war remain a total mystery, Air Force officials do acknowledge that U.S. military and coalition aircraft dropped at least 111,000 pounds of bombs on targets in Iraq in 2006.


America's Secret Air War in Iraq

Was man als Erwerbsloser zur Gegenwehr alles wissen muss

Übersicht über Leistungen der sozialen Grundsicherung für Arbeitsuchende

Broschüre von Jonny Bruhn Tripp und Gisela Tripp vom November 2006 (Stand: Gesetz zur Fortentwicklung der Grundsicherung für Arbeitsuchende vom 25. Juli 2006), hrsg. vom Evangelischen Bildungswerk Dortmund (pdf)

Was man als Erwerbsloser zur Gegenwehr alles wissen muss…

Hinweise, die ein Mitstreiter des Erwerbslosen Forum Deutschland zusammen getragen hat (pdf)

Aus: LabourNet, 7. Februar 2007

Organisierung der Prekären

Aus: LabourNet, 7. Februar 2007


Selbstorganisierung fördern

„Das Job-Wachstum während des zurückliegenden Jahrzehnts bedeutete vor allem einen Zuwachs an flexiblen, überwiegend prekären Beschäftigungsverhältnissen. Das Phänomen der Prekarität lenkt die Aufmerksamkeit auf die Wiederkehr sozialer Unsicherheit in die an sich reichen und sicheren Gesellschaften des Westens. Die Gewerkschaften sind gut beraten, eine wirksame Politik der Entprekarisierung zu entwickeln…“ Artikel von Prof. Klaus Dörre bei ver.di Perspektiven ohne Datum

Aus: LabourNet, 26. Februar 2007

You mast the point

You report that the mobile phone mast in Akers Way has been moved 40 metres away from its original position (SA, February 1).

I don't think the residents of Manor Crescent should get the champagne out just yet, though. If your article is correct, it will still be only 85 metres from people in Manor Crescent.

The 10-year Naila study by doctors in Germany found a threefold increase in the risk of malignant tumours in people living within 400 metres of a mast. Another (Israeli) study discovered a fourfold increase in cancer within 350 metres, and a tenfold increase specifically among women, compared to people living away from the mast.

We have good reason to fear the spread of these masts, particularly with regard to our children who are particularly vulnerable to radiation. Their brains are still developing and undoubtedly there will be trouble ahead unless mast proliferation is better controlled.

The dangers are not confined only to cancer. Other problems have been found, including headaches, dizziness, depression, fatigue and poor concentration - just what our children need as they try to cope with the demands of our education system.

If I lived in Manor Crescent, I would demand that the mast be moved at least a further 600 or 700 metres away. Then the champagne corks could really pop.

B Jones (Chairman).
SHOC (Stop Harming Our Children).
Old Town, Swindon

© Copyright 2001-2007 Newsquest Media Group


The Naila-Study

Can our species survive?

No Force, No Fraud
by Bob Smith


There are times when I think our species is hopeless. In my fellow humans, I see high energy, bountiful creativity, and splendid innovation. I see that in our personal dealings, almost all of us treat each other with respect and fairness. We are superbly capable and talented beings, yet we have one flaw that is very likely to destroy our species if we don’t recognize it and dispense with it. We, as individual beings, are so willing to live in subjugation to others. We eagerly subject ourselves to territorial governments that abuse us no end. We also humbly accede to a variety of mystical claimants seeking our obedience and worship...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Bush's unbelievable lack of understanding of the problem and any realistic solution

Legalization now!

Liberty For All
by David Goree

As I listened to the President’s speech on the War on Drugs, I was astonished at his unbelievable lack of understanding of the problem and any realistic solution. It would seem with his own history of drug use, he openly admits to a past drinking problem, and with that of his daughters and niece, Mr. Bush might actually understand. He, in one sentence proposes spending 19 Billion dollars on the failed War on Drugs, including over 9 Billion for interdiction, then a scant minute later states: ‘As long as there is a demand for drugs in this country, some crook is gonna figure out how to get ‘em here’... (written 02/02; posted 02/03/07)

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The military budget that President Bush released is much bigger than the official summaries let on

It’s time to sharpen the scissors

by Fred Kaplan


The military budget that President Bush released today is much bigger than the official summaries let on. It’s not $481.4 billion, as the Defense Department is claiming. No, a squint through the fine print of the White House and Pentagon budget documents reveals that the true request for new military-spending authority comes to $739 billion. Measured in real terms (that is, adjusted for inflation), that’s about one-third higher than the previous record for U.S. military spending, set in 1952, when more than 30,000 American soldiers were dying in the Korean War and the Pentagon was embarking on its massive Cold War rearmament drive...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


The Libertarian Enterprise
by Andrew G. Eggleston Sr.


Those few of us who are responsible for ourselves are constantly under attack; on the defensive against a government that is no longer beholden to the voters, under attack daily by police who wish to rule as medieval Lords over some fiefdom they imagine is theirs, and defending ourselves illegally against neighbors who would “see us do well, but not better than them”. We are under attack by the minions of the lazy and as a result are overwhelmed; the pain of day-to-day life is compounded when we are forced to also take responsibility for those who would not take care of themselves...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

US elections decided by know-nothings?

Hawaii Reporter
by Tom Macdonald


Perhaps enough time has passed since the last election for partisan passions to have cooled sufficiently to entertain a question with profound implications for American democracy: Is the average American voter well enough informed to vote intelligently? In the recent campaign we heard the slogans ‘count every vote’ and ‘every vote counts’ ad nauseam, but did most of those casting ballots know who or what they were voting for?

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Democrats press Bush to change Iraq plan

Attleboro Sun Chronicle


Democratic critics of the Iraq war seized the offensive at both ends of the Capitol on Tuesday, disclosing plans for a symbolic rejection by the House of President Bush’s decision to deploy additional troops and filing legislation in the Senate to require withdrawal of U.S. military personnel. ‘We’re going to stand by our soldiers, but we’re not going to stand by a failed policy that exposes more of our soldiers to death and suffering,’ said Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois …

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The war in Iraq is breaking our bank, our bodies, and our hearts

Europäische Integration hat seit Maastricht für viele Bürger zu wachsender sozialer Unsicherheit geführt

#Die Linkspartei.PDS: Pressemitteilungen

07. Februar 2007

Heute vor 15 Jahren unterzeichneten die Staats- und Regierungschefs der damals 12 Mitgliedstaaten der Europäischen Gemeinschaften im niederländischen Maastricht den Vertrag über die Europäische Union. Aus diesem Anlass erklärt das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes Helmut Scholz:

Betrachtet man den Maastrichter Vertrag aus heutiger Sicht, so ist sein Beitrag zur europäischen Integration zwiespältig: Einerseits war erkannt worden, dass die Herausforderungen der Globalisierung nicht nur wirtschaftliche, sondern auch politische Integration erfordern. Dem wurde mit der Schaffung der EU als Staatenverbund entsprochen, jedoch waren und sind die praktischen Ergebnisse sowohl was den Inhalt betrifft als auch die vertraglichen Grundlagen und Institutionen nicht auf der Höhe der Zeit. Andererseits wurde durch die Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion ohne Sozialunion eine neoliberale Entwicklungsrichtung zementiert, die dazu führte, dass die Schere zwischen Arm und Reich in der EU immer größer wurde. Das Grundprinzip einer offenen Marktwirtschaft mit freiem Wettbewerb führte nicht nur zu gnadenloser Konkurrenz zwischen den Mitgliedstaaten im Bereich der Beschäftigungs- und Sozialpolitik, sondern zugleich zur Unterminierung und schrittweisen Beseitigung ihrer sozialstaatlichen Sicherungssysteme, jahrzehntelang erkämpft von der Arbeiter- und Gewerkschaftsbewegung. Und leider veranschaulicht das Ansteigen von Rechtsextremismus, Rassismus, Nationalismus und Gewalt in ganz Europa auch wachsende Bedrohungen für die Rechtsstaatlichkeit. Das Grundübel des Maastrichter Vertrages und seiner Nachfolger einschließlich des EU-Verfassungsvertrages besteht darin, dass sie die vertraglichen Grundlagen für eine Politik maximaler Profite der Großkonzerne und Großbanken legen, die Bedürfnisse aller hier lebenden Menschen aber viel zu wenig berücksichtigen. Die europäische Integration seit Maastricht hat für sehr viele Bürgerinnen und Bürger zu einer direkten Verschlechterung ihrer Arbeits- und Lebensbedingungen und zu wachsender sozialer Unsicherheit geführt. Das löst nicht nur Fragen und Irritationen zum europäischen Projekt" aus, sondern lässt sie richtigerweise auch an seiner Ausrichtung zweifeln. Das haben auch die Volksentscheide in Frankreich und den Niederlanden zum EU-Verfassungsvertrag gezeigt: eine solche Politik gehört abgelehnt. Deshalb ist es auch notwendig, die Logik und die Substanz des EU-Verfassungsvertrages zu verändern: nicht Festschreiben einer neoliberal geprägten Wirtschaftsordnung und Militarisierung von Politik sind die Lösung für die Überwindung der Krise im europäischen Integrationsprozess. Sie sind vielmehr das eigentliche Problem! Europäische Integration wird nur dann erfolgreich sein, wenn in ihrem Mittelpunkt die realen Bedürfnisse von Mensch und Natur stehen, wenn die Bürgerinnen und Bürger, alle hier und heute auf unserem Kontinent lebenden Menschen real gefragt sind, das Zusammenleben in Europa konkret auszugestalten; wenn sie über die weitere Entwicklung der EU entscheiden können. Dafür kämpft die Linkspartei.PDS und mit ihr viele Verbündete in Parteien und Bewegungen in Deutschland, in der EU und in ganz Europa. Der Maastrichter Vertrag stellte die bisher größte Vertragsänderung seit den Römischen Verträgen dar. Mit ihm wurde aus einer Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft ein Staatenverbund mit einer konzipierten Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion (1.Säule), einer Gemeinsamen Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik (2.Säule) und einer Zusammenarbeit in der Innen- und Rechtspolitik (3.Säule), der zugleich eine Union der Mitgliedstaaten als auch der Bürgerinnen und Bürger (Unionsbürgerschaft) sein sollte. Die PDS hat damals den Maastrichter Vertrag abgelehnt, weil er zwar eine Union von Mitgliedstaaten und Bürgerinnen und Bürgern begründete, vor allem aber die Bürgerinnen und Bürger weitgehend von der Mitentscheidung und Mitgestaltung der Politik der Europäischen Union ausschloss. Die wirtschaftliche Integration wurde über die Währungsunion realisiert, die auf ausschließlich monetären Kriterien beruhte. Mit der Europäischen Zentralbank wurde zudem eine Institution geschaffen, die ausschließlich der Preisstabilität verpflichtet ist, keiner Kontrolle unterliegt und aufgrund der Abgabe der nationalen Souveränität in der Währungspolitik gravierenden Einfluss auf die nationalen Ökonomien hat. Eine Sozialunion wurde von vorn herein ausgeschlossen.

Impfung gegen Gebärmutterkrebs

Who's Funding Global Warming?

Wearing hats shaped like smokestacks and carrying signs that said, "Coal Investments Cook the Climate," a group known as Billionaires for Coal raised awareness last week about the plans by TXU, a Dallas-based utility company, to build eleven pulverized coal-fired power plants in Texas. The activists delivered suitcases of coal, but the recipient of their gift was not TXU, and they were a long way from Texas. Instead, their action took place in New York's financial district, where they visited the headquarters of Merrill Lynch - a company that is putting coal and profits above human health and climate change.

Bush Calls for Selling Acres to Pay for Timber Aid

The Bush administration again proposed selling off hundreds of thousands of acres of forestland to help continue a program that is vital to Oregon county and school budgets.

Energy Efficiency, Aid to Poor Suffer in Priority Shuffle

Under a 2005 energy bill signed by President Bush, an array of programs was promised more money. But when Bush unveiled his new budget Monday, some of these programs - including energy assistance for low-income families and energy efficiency - lost out.

Waxman Raps Ex-Iraq Chief Over Aid Funds

The former US occupation chief in Iraq defended Tuesday the way he haphazardly doled out billions of dollars in Iraqi funds after the US invasion, as Congressional Democrats began a two-year effort to scrutinize fraud, waste and abuse under the Bush administration.

A showcase for the hundreds of thousands of souls who stand against this terrible conflict

Permission Be Damned

William Rivers Pitt writes: "Because I was unable to attend the anti-war demonstration in Washington, DC, last week, I made sure to watch the broadcast of it on C-SPAN. It was, from what I could see through the camera's eye, almost exactly like every other protest against this Iraq occupation that has taken place in the capital since October of 2002. It was loud and colorful, festooned with famous faces and eloquent voices, a showcase for the hundreds of thousands of souls who stand against this terrible conflict."

Emergencies: The Breeding Ground of Tyranny

Brzezinski Suggests False Flag Event Could Kick-Start Iran War

Legacy of Radiation Illness Stirs Objection to Nevada Bomb Test

Informant: binstock

Another nail in the US dollar's coffin

Growing political instability in the US will weigh heavily on the dollar during 2007. This weight, combined with growing political pressure for dollar devaluation and a slew of negative economic factors, is likely to prompt significant dollar depreciation against most other currencies. The dollar's decline will help send asset values in the US sharply lower and precious metals prices soaring.

DoD Establishing U.S. Africa Command

The U.S. military will establish a separate U.S. Africa Command to oversee military operations on the African continent, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates announced during Congressional testimony today.

From Information Clearing House

Sanctions rattle Iran, spur talk of shake-up

Iranians are giving greater weight to the threat of a U.S. military attack after a former chief of the elite Revolutionary Guards said on the state television monopoly, Sedaosima, last week that Washington had opted for "serious confrontation" with Iran.

From Information Clearing House

Attack against Iran to Trigger Terror Tsunami

"Military action is not likely to be a short, sharp engagement but could have a profound effect on the region, with shock waves felt far beyond," the report says,

From Information Clearing House

US should weigh war on terrorism tax

Sen. Joseph Lieberman said on Tuesday that Congress should consider a tax to fund the U.S.-declared war on terrorism and reduce the need to cut domestic programs to pay for security spending.

From Information Clearing House

U.S. Army Officer Says 'We're Losing' in Iraq

If we feel we need to clear Sadr City to bring stability, we will do that. Are there restrictions that will not allow us to do that? Right now there are not," said Heckman, who works with an army division that has responsibility for the area.

From Information Clearing House

How To Fix Campaign Financing Forever For $50

By Farhad Manjoo

A radical proposal by two Yale professors goes far beyond any reform envisaged by Feingold or McCain.

The Great Dollar Crash of ‘07

By Mike Whitney

The massive equity bubbles which arose from artificially low interest rates and the deliberate destruction of the dollar by reckless increases in the money supply have shifted trillions of dollars from working class Americans to the predatory aristocrats at the top of the economic food chain. The gulf between rich and poor has grown so wide that it now poses a direct threat to our increasingly fragile democracy.

The American Way of Life

By James Rothenberg

While most Americans have no difficulty reciting the flattering components of the “American way” – the routine stuff of political speeches such as life, liberty, justice – far fewer seem willing to identify as “American” unflattering, complementary components of our national ethos.

Reflections On The Connections Between the War in Iraq and Hawai'i

By Timothy J. Freeman

In refusing deployment to Iraq Lt. Watada is serving the country with his conscience, and in so doing, is giving the highest service. If Lt. Watada goes to prison, as seems now very likely, he will be a powerful symbol of the injustice of the nation and its shame in ignoring the judgement at Nuremberg and refusal to remember Justice Jackson’s counsel.

Bush Gave Us War

A Prize For Truth

By Paul Craig Roberts

The Nobel Committee is experiencing difficulty in finding suitable candidates for the Peace Prize. Perhaps the solution is to consider candidates over a broader range of people.

The Inaugural Events of Doomsday

By Fawzy Aboyoussef

We are going to witness within the few coming days and weeks the unfolding of a play authored by President Bush’s Administration about the immediate future of the Middle-East.

Branding Enemies: Creating Battlefields

By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

During the Cold War, the two super powers realized that there was no logic in engaging militarily given that each had the benefit of resorting to nuclear weapons, thus, with the exception of a few proxy wars, their ‘war’ became a war of propaganda to win over minds and hearts. Today, the Bush White House is following the same pattern of warfare replacing communism with Islam. However, much like everything else this administration embarks on, the disastrous consequences of this war have not been deliberated.

From the Truman Doctrine to the Neo-Conservatives

By Michel Chossudovsky

The World is at the crossroads of the most serious crisis in modern history. The US has embarked on a military adventure, "a long war", which threatens the future of humanity.

GM Food Nightmare Unfolding and the Regulatory Sham


Eat To Live: 1 Million against GM Food

Worthless Paper Promises

New Job, Same Anti-Libertarian Santorum

Rudy Giuliani's Compatibility With the Republican Christian Base

Serious Health Concerns in Brantford

Brant County Health Unit

Please provide a copy of the attached letter to Dr. Lock and a copy to members of the Brant County Board of Health.

Yours sincerely

Martin Weatherall.


----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Michrowski
To: Martin Weatherall
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 2:27 PM
Subject: follow-up to letter from M Weatherall to Malcolm Lock MD

Please note that our learned society, The Planetary Association for Clean Energy lends support to the information supplied by Mr. Martin Weatherall to your health unit.

The enclosures may constitute supplementary information to the situation at hand, namely that Brantford is one of communities most affected by the trend of rising levels of environmental radiofrequency / microwave emissions in Southern central Canada.

Note that in follow-ups, we have measured doubled environmental levels to what we have reported earlier - still in dry soil conditions, which means some areas of Brantford can get exposures of up to 20 times more elevated that what we reported in 2005.

We are also including information from the City of Toronto Board of Health on the same issue. It is significant that your community is often exposed to levels above the maximum allowed under the Toronto Board of Health.

We would be pleased to lend an independent hand to any line of inquiry that you might wish to follow.

Andrew Michrowski PhD
The Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Inc.
100 Bronson Avenue, Suite 1001 Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6G8
(613) 236-6265

GE Rice Industry Facing Meltdown as Global Tide of Rejection Grows

Think Globally, Act Globally

Whittle Deficit Without Raising Taxes?

Armed to the Teeth, America Marches Toward Military State

It’s Not Too Soon: Some Thoughts on a Memorial for the Iraq War

One CEO's Dissent from War on Terror

Children of War: The Generation Traumatised by Violence in Iraq

The Death Toll of 31 Days in Iraq

Senate Republicans Block Vote and Debate on Troop Surge

Bush Slashes Aid to Poor to Boost Iraq War Chest

Letter to Congress Revised to Respond to New Holt "Voter Confidence" Bill

Please sign (or help revise) this letter to Congress by emailing me your name, address and credentials or affiliations. We have over 200 signees so far.

California has all other states beat by far.

The Letter to Congress was revised tonight to:

1. Stress citizen oversight at the top of the letter, and

2. Respond to the inadequacies of the Holt tiered election audit.

It has a couple more end notes and an altered paragraph or two.

Thanks to Arthur Keller for helping to make some earlier revisions this a.m., which made it easier for me to revise this now.

Please let me know if the letter to Congress still needs any revisions before tomorrow which is the last day I'll be doing any revisions. And Thursday is the last day I'll be adding any new signatures before my trip back East where I'll visit DC and pass the letter out a little to Congress.

A link to Holt's bill, so you can read it yourself, is here:

There are a lot of mischaracterizations of Holt's bill being spread, so read it.

Holt's best provision is that it requires and funds jurisdictions to replace DRE voting systems that do not use voter verified paper ballots as the initial ballot of records, with ballots of archive weight for the official ballots, and which provide voter anonymity.
(thus requiring the replacement of all DRE voting systems which are paperless or use paper rolls and do not meet any of those requirements).

The worst oversight of the Holt bill is the lack of citizen oversight which means that none of its other provisions would be effective.

Kathy Dopp
National Election Data Archive
Dedicated to Accurately Counting Elections

"Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day," wrote Thomas Jefferson in 1816

Save America's Rainforest from the Timber Industry

Cigarette and smoke testing on animals

From Elena P.


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PLEASE CROSSPOST FAR & WIDE! This petition is being sent in on Feb. 10th! Their goal is 15,000, but as of this email, there are only 1,673 signatures. Please help bring this up for the impact of the petition to work!

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