Dienstag, 27. Februar 2007

Kritik an Anti-Terror-Datei: Hessische Regelung zur Rasterfahndung soll verfassungswidrig sein

Nach Auffassung des hessischen Datenschutzbeauftragten Professor Michael Ronellenfitsch ist die hessische Regelung zur Rasterfahndung nicht verfassungskonform. Er verweist hierbei auf die Überprüfung der nordrhein-westfälischen Regelung zur Rasterfahndung durch das Bundesverfassungsgericht. Die Kernaussage des Bundesverfassungsgerichts heißt laut Ronellenfitsch: "Ein solcher Eingriff in das Recht auf informationelle Selbstbestimmung ist nur dann angemessen, wenn der Eingriff vor der Schwelle einer hinreichend konkreten Gefahr für bedrohte hochrangige Verfassungsgüter abhängig gemacht wird." Im Vorfeld einer konkreten Gefahr scheide die Rasterfahndung aus. Der Hessische Datenschutzbeauftragte betont, dass aufgrund dieser Entscheidung die hessische Regelung zur Rasterfahndung geändert werden müsse, "da sie gerade als Vorfeldbefugnis ausgestattet ist". Professor Ronellenfitsch empfiehlt ausdrücklich, den Gesetzentwurf der FDP-Fraktion zur Rasterfahndung anzunehmen, da er die Vor gaben des Bundesverfassungsgerichts berücksichtige. Ronellenfitsch hält außerdem auch die im Dezember beschlossene Gesetz zur Errichtung gemeinsamer Dateien von Polizeibehörden und Nachrichtendiensten des Bundes und der Länder - Grundlage für die so genannte Anti-Terror-Datei - für problematisch.



Ohne gesetzliche Grundlage keine Hartz IV Sanktion

Sanktionen gegen Hartz-IV-Empfänger ohne gesetzliche Grundlage willkürlich!

Arbeitsagenturen (ARGEN) dürfen die Pflichten von Hartz-IV Empfänger/innen nicht einseitig festlegen und bei Verstößen die Leistungen kürzen. Das hessische Landessozialgericht in Darmstadt gab einer 24jährigen Frau aus Offenbach recht. Das geht aus einem Urteil (AZ: L 7 AS 288/06 ER), dass am Mittwoch veröffentlicht wurde, hervor. Das Gericht urteilte eindeutig: "Für Leistungskürzungen ist eine gesetzliche Grundlage erforderlich."

Lesen Sie weiter: http://www.gegen-hartz.de/urteile/0344e198de0df6321.html

Hartz IV: Ein-Euro-Jobber und 1. Arbeitsmarkt

1 Euro Job und der erste Arbeitsmarkt

Bundesweit und auch in Bochum wird davon gesprochen, dass ca. 15 % der 1-Euro-JobberInnen im Anschluss an eine solche "Massnahme" eine sozialversicherungspflichtige Beschäftigung fänden. Das entspricht nicht unseren Erfahrungen aus den Einzelberatungen, Volkshochschulkursen und Seminaren und Vorträgen bei Trägern solcher Massnahmen. Allein in dieser Woche wurden so mehr als 25 Betroffene über ihre Rechte unterrichtet. Ergebnis: zwei davon im Anschluss"in Arbeit", allerdings niemand davon durch Aktivitäten der ARGE – von daher käme nie etwas.

Weiter lesen: http://www.gegen-hartz.de/nachrichtenueberhartziv/0344e198e10a99b01.php

Rushed by Bush, Troops Sent to War Without Training

Rushed by President Bush's decision to reinforce Baghdad with thousands more US troops, the Army is forgoing training designed specially to prepare the troops for the challenges of Iraq.


Keith Olbermann: Condi Goes Too Far



Keith Olbermann Slams Condi for Hitler Analogy

Olbermann took Condi to task for making the following ridiculous and historically inaccurate analogy on FOX News Sunday.


Keith Olberman: Bush Secretly Funding Al-Qaeda

Tariq Ali: Official politics in the west ignores public opinion at will: The government crisis in Italy over US bases and Afghanistan reflects the increasing gap in Europe between rulers and ruled.


From Information Clearing House


It's time to put a stop to the threats and intimidation



Worthing fights three mobile masts

MOBILE phone mast anger is brewing across Worthing, with three plans in the pipeline.

Findon Valley Residents' Association is starting its campaign against T-Mobile's plans to install a 36ft high mast at the junction of Findon Road and Cissbury Avenue.

People living near Worthing Football Club's ground in Woodside Road have to start their protests again, as Hutchison wants to upgrade its 44ft high 2G mast to a 56ft 3G monster.

This comes two weeks after a controversial T-Mobile scheme was approved for the ground.

Campaigners are still fighting a 33ft mast in St Andrew's Road, West Tarring, again from T-Mobile.

For more on these campaigns see Thursday's Worthing Herald.

What do you think?

If you would like your opinion to appear in the Herald's Comment section, email letters@worthingtoday.co.uk with your full name and address and a daytime telephone number.

Although details can be with-held from publication if requested, we do not publish anonymous letters.

27 February 2007

All rights reserved © 2007 Johnston Press Digital Publishing.


Collision Course With Iran


Informant: Kev Hall


Hartz IV-Empfänger: Ohne Arbeit kein Geld?

In Zeiten von Konjunkturaufschwüngen geraten die Erwerbslosen noch mehr unter Druck.


Save Workers' Rights



The Justice Department Massacre

by Linda Andros, TomPaine.com

The Bush administration has been brazenly purging attorneys who go after Republican corruption.



Who Will Control Iraq's Oil?

by Antonia Juhasz and Raed Jarrar, Foreign Policy In Focus

Iraq's new oil extractrion laws are being written to benefit foreign corporations above all.



The Bipartisan Empire



Congress’s warped answer to pensions for crooked pols

Center For Individual Freedom
by staff


Too often, our federal elected officials forget that the power they assume is given to them by the people they represent. Therefore, it is no surprise that ‘We the People’ rightly have little patience or tolerance when our elected leaders abuse that power for personal or political gain. Indeed, most of us were appalled by the news about Florida’s disgraced former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley’s inappropriate electronic communications to young Congressional pages...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


The Republicans and their doomed ideology

Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.


“Imagine that you are blindfolded and told that the food you are about to eat is ice cream. It turns out to be chicken liver. Or imagine that you think you are diving into warm water but instead it turns out to be near-freezing. This is pretty much what it is like to be governed by Republicans, and there is no better case in point than George W. Bush...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Can the State do something, anything, better than the individual?

The Choice Channel
by R. Lee Wrights


Education is only one of the areas where good intentions have proven less than sufficient to cure the ills of society. It was with the very best of intentions that legislators decided to take upon themselves the responsibility of providing a free education to every child in America. Has a nobler thought ever been conceived in human mind than the desire to see America’s offspring properly prepared to face an ever-changing world? However, the consequence of such feel-good philosophy is a false sense of security, born in the supposition that the State can do something, anything, better than the individual...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

What if we leave?

The American Conservative
by John Mueller


It is continually proclaimed that an American withdrawal from Iraq would carry grim consequences. President Bush calls it a ‘nightmare scenario,’ and Frederick Kagan predicts ‘catastrophe.’ Few Democrats disagree: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer warns that ‘precipitous withdrawal … could lead to disaster, spawning a civil war, fostering a haven for terrorists and damaging our nation’s security and credibility.’ Indeed, the aftermath of withdrawal would be problematic and messy — like the present war — but it might not be as dire as increasingly desperate war supporters maintain...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Careful consumption alone can’t save the world’s fish

by Jennifer Jaquet


With fish suppliers changing the names of seafood to avoid catch limits, the only way to preserve fish stocks is by electing politicians committed to conservation and tight regulation...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

With friends like these …

by US Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)


A coherent foreign policy is based on the understanding that America is best served by not interfering in the deadly conflicts that define the Middle East. Yes, we need Middle Eastern oil, but we can reduce our need by exploring domestic sources. We should rid ourselves of the notion that we are at the mercy of the oil-producing countries — as we are the world’s largest oil consumer, their wealth depends on our business. We should stop the endless game of playing faction against faction and recognize that buying allies doesn’t work. We should curtail the heavy militarization of the area by ending our disastrous foreign aid payments. We should stop propping up dictators and putting Band-Aids on festering problems. We should understand that our political and military involvement in the region creates far more problems that it solves...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Speed cameras could trap drivers on the phone

Daily Mail [UK]


Speed camera and CCTV evidence can be used to prosecute drivers talking on mobile phones while at the wheel, police said yesterday. Motorists caught on camera with phones in their hands are ‘fair game,’ one Chief Constable said. In many cases, drivers will not even know they have been punished, because police do not have to stop them to issue penalty notices. The proliferation of surveillance and police enforcement cameras across Britain means the risk of being spotted on the phone by a lens is much greater than being seen by a police officer at the roadside...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Pace: US military capability eroding

Port Huron Times-Herald


Strained by the demands of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is a significant risk that the U.S. military won’t be able to quickly and fully respond to yet another crisis, according to a new report to Congress. The assessment, done by the nation’s top military officer, Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, represents a worsening from a year ago, when that risk was rated as moderate...


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


Gen. Pace: Military Capability Eroding


Congress kept in dark as Cheney embraces Saudis, targets Iran


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Rachel's News #895


Monsanto Merger Sows Fears Over Skewed Seed Market

A pending merger in the cotton-seed industry is prompting sharp legal and environmental criticisms of biotechnology in US agriculture. The proposed merger would fuse the world's largest seed company, Monsanto, with one of the country's leading cotton-seed firms, Delta and Pine Land. Consumer watchdogs tracking biotechnology's impacts want the federal government to intervene, arguing that the merger would come at the expense of agricultural diversity and the environment.



Schwarzenegger Forges Greenhouse Gas Alliance With US States

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday signed an agreement with four western US states to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

Schwarzenegger has inked a memorandum of understanding to create a joint strategy with Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington to combat global warming.


Edwards: Treaty With Iran Possible

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards told a group of New Hampshire voters Saturday that he would consider pursuing a non-aggression pact between the US and Iran, stressing the need to "empower the moderates and the reformers within Iran who want to get on a more responsible course, and not on a course toward proliferation."



Ex-GOP Aide Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy

Convicted former representative Bob Ney's top aide William Heaton pleaded guilty Monday to federal conspiracy charges stemming from a congressional bribery scandal that downed Bob Ney. Heaton accepted a golf trip to Scotland, expensive meals and tickets to sporting events between 2002 and 2004 as payoffs for helping clients of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.



The Care Crisis

"A baby is born. A child develops a high fever. A spouse breaks a leg. A parent suffers a stroke. These are the events that throw a working woman's delicate balance between work and family into chaos. Although we read endless stories and reports about the problems faced by working women, we possess inadequate language for what most people view as a private rather than a political problem," says Ruth Rosen.



One Out of Six Americans Depend on Programs for Poor

The welfare state is bigger than ever despite a decade of policies designed to wean poor people from public aid. The number of families receiving cash benefits from welfare has plummeted since the government imposed time limits on the payments a decade ago. But other programs for the poor, including Medicaid, food stamps and disability benefits, are bursting with new enrollees.


The Global Revolution

Jeffrey Sachs writes: "The world is in the midst of a great political transformation, in which climate change has moved to the center of national and global politics. For politicians in persistent denial about the need to act, including US president Bush, Australian prime minister John Howard, and Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper, there is no longer any place to hide. The science is clear, manmade changes in climate are being felt, and the electorate's demand for action is growing. Though unlikely just a few months ago, a strong global agreement by 2010, one that will set a path for action for decades to come, now stands a good chance of being implemented."



Demoralizing the Troops

Tina Richards writes: "Demoralizing the troops ... Those were the words that inspired me to challenge Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in a Senate hearing a few weeks ago. Those were the words that echoed so loudly in my mind I couldn't - no, I wouldn't stay silent."


Mietobergrenzen für Hartz-IV Singles bedeuten oft Obdachlosigkeit

Mietobergrenzen bei Hartz IV, immer wieder heftig diskutiert und Bestandteil unzähliger Klagen in bundesdeutschen Sozialgerichten. Dabei könnte es so einfach sein. Städte und Kommunen müssen verpflichtet werden, ihre Mietobergrenzen detailliert und für Jedermann zugänglich zu veröffentlichen. Diejenigen, die dieser Verpflichtung nicht nachkommen, sollten alle Kosten der Unterkunft - ungeachtet der Angemessenheit - in voller Höhe auferlegt bekommen. Zudem müssen sich die Mietobergrenzen an dem verfügbaren Wohnraum und der Wohngeldtabelle messen lassen.

Dazu bedarf es aber der Veränderungen in den §§ 22 und 27 des SGB II und auch den Mut, diese endlich zu spezifizieren.

Mietobergrenzen sind gerade für Singles im SGB II ein potentieller Stolperstein in die Obdachlosigkeit. Die von den Städten und Kommunen festgesetzten Obergrenzen, aber auch deren willkürliche Senkungen führen dazu, dass gerade immer mehr Singles schwerwiegende Probleme bei der Wohnungssuche haben. Im sozialen aber auch freien Wohnungsbau wurden Wohnräume im Bereich von 45 m² über Jahre hinweg vernachlässigt.

Für Leistungsempfänger sind Mietobergrenzen nur in einem persönlichen Gespräch mit dem Sachbearbeiter zu erfahren.

Dies muss und sollte sich ändern!

Willkürliche Angemessenheitsrichtlinien gerade bei KDU (Kosten der Unterkunft) dürfen keine Einzelfallentscheidungen mehr bleiben. Wenn von politischer Seite immer wieder steigende Mehrausgaben im Bereich KDU zu lesen sind, so muss endlich auch Klarheit bestehen, um welche Kosten es sich detailliert handelt.

Auch Vermieter sind oft im unklaren, ob die von ihnen geforderten Mieten überhaupt von Leistungsempfängern genehmigt werden. Wer zuerst eine richterliche Entscheidung vor der Anmietung für eine angemessene KDU abwarten muss, der wird mit Sicherheit den Wohnraum niemals anmieten können, der zeitlich zur Diskussion stand, weil kein Vermieter seinen Wohnraum ungenutzt stehen lassen kann. Auch die Anmietung und Entrichtung der Differenz zur willkürlich genehmigten KDU, ist für Singles unmöglich.

Hier bleibt oftmals gerade in Notsituationen nur die Obdachlosigkeit und ihre Folgen. Selbst Wohnraum in städtischen Unterkünften ist nur selten verfügbar und wenn, dann nur in einen Zustand, der als menschenunwürdig betrachtet werden kann ( Mehrbettzimmer - Ungeziefer - etc. ).

Nur wenn endlich, sowohl von Seiten der Gesetzgebung und der Städten und Kommunen, klare Richtlinien vorliegen, könnten Sozialgerichte entlastet und Menschen geholfen werden.

Während in anderen EU Nationen ein Recht auf Wohnraum [**1] besteht, scheint in Deutschland gerade für Hartz-IV Singles nur ein Recht auf Obdachlosigkeit zu bestehen.

Lesen Sie dazu auch den Sozialtickerbeitrag: Recht auf Wohnraum [**2]


[**1] http://www.tagesschau.de "Wohnrecht für alle - auch in Deutschland?" oder hier http://www.sozialticker.com/mietobergrenzen-fuer-hartz-iv-singles-bedeuten-oft-obdachlosigkeit_20070227.html
[**2] http://www.sozialticker.com/recht-auf-wohnraum_20070227.html

Der Sozialticker e.V.i.G. Alte Dorfstr. 4
15926 Luckau, Deutschland info (at) sozialticker.com

Initiative Kriens: "Keine weiteren Antennen in Wohnzonen"

Zur Info

Initiative «Keine weiteren Antennen über 500 Watt in Wohnzonen»:

In Kriens im Kt. Luzern ist am 11.03.2007 eine Gemeindeabstimmung über Handyantennen. Ein interessanter Ansatz mit längerer Vorgeschichte.

Hier ein Link zur offiziellen Abstimmungsinformation: http://www.kriens.ch/content-n293-sD.html

Seite des Komitees:

Auch in umliegenden Gemeinden wie Emmen ... werden solche Vorschläge diskutiert.

i.V. http://www.moblfunk-erlenbach.ch


Kriens muss Bau von Handy-Antennen einschränken

20min.ch vom 11.03.2007

In Kriens wird der Bau von Handy-Antennen eingeschränkt. Die Stimmenden haben eine entsprechende Volksinitiative deutlich angenommen. Jetzt werden im Bau- und Zonenreglemen...


Nachricht von diagnose-funk

Why do Evangelicals Ignore Ron Paul For President?

by Pastor Chuck Baldwin

Currently, Ron Paul is one of only a handful of congressmen that dares speak out against the emerging North American Union, NAFTA superhighway, and the Security and Prosperity Partnership agreement, all of which are being promoted by the White House in concert with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)......



Surprise over phone mast victory

27 February 2007 09:11

Families fighting plans for a mobile phone mast won an unexpected victory when councillors went against the recommendation of officers to reject the plans.

More than 80 people wrote to South Norfolk Council to object to plans for an 11.7 metre T-Mobile mast on land opposite the Crown pub in Norwich Road, Costessey.

Families living close to the proposed mast were concerned about the visual impact such a large structure would have in the area, while there were also fears about the possible heath effects on those living closest to the mast and on pupils at nearby Costessey Infant School.

But despite the strength of feeling against the mast planning officers at South Norfolk Council had made recommendations to the planning committee that it be approved when they met yesterday. However, councillors decided to reject the proposal because it would have been an eyesore - to the delight of campaigners, including South Norfolk councillor Tim East.

Mr East said: “I'm absolutely delighted that the planning committee unanimously decided to reject T-Mobile's application for a phone mast at Norwich Road on the grounds that they thought it was detrimental to the visual amenities of the area.”

Pauline Wilkinson, who has lived on Norwich Road, Costessey, with her husband John for more than 30 years, said she was surprised the mast had ever been recommended for approval given all the opposition to it. “It's a very busy area close to a number of shops, with cars, a pedestrian crossing and all the associated furniture, two large trees - I just couldn't see how sticking something else there was going to improve the area. I don't really see that there's a need for a mast there.”

Mrs Wilkinson said she had been concerned about the possible health effects on people living in the area, particularly the children who went to the school on Beaumont Road.

As the Evening News reported earlier this month, the small strip of grass where the mast was to be sited had been earmarked by parish councillors as a natural spot for a village sign and flower beds to create an attractive centre for New Costessey. The Evening News has campaigned against the installation of mobile phone masts near homes and schools until it is proved they are safe through our Put Masts on Hold campaign.

Are you fighting to stop a phone mast in your area? Call Evening News reporter Peter Walsh on 01603 772439 or email peter.walsh@archant.co.uk

Copyright © 2007 Archant Regional. All rights reserved.


US airport debuts controversial X-ray scanner

The machine peers beneath passengers' clothes to search for hidden explosives and weapons.


From Information Clearing House


Al Gore, Global Warming, the Oscars and the Iraq War

We know that Exxon Mobil is a significant funder of the American Enterprise Institute and has used it to attempt to bribe "scientists" to cast doubt on global warming. Lee Raymond, who was CEO of Exxon Mobil until 2005, is the vice-chair of AEI's board of directors.



Central banks diversify from dollar

Central banks are increasingly diversifying their reserves, including cutting holdings of dollars, according to a survey sponsored by Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, the UK's second-largest bank.


From Information Clearing House

Ex-Congressional Aide: Karl Rove Personally Received (And Ignored) Iranian Peace Offer in 2003

Rove's involvement was revealed by an aide to former Republican congressman Bob Ney.


From Information Clearing House


Rove Received and Ignored Iranian Peace Offer

Amy Goodman speaks with the National Iranian American Council's Trita Parsi, a former aide to Republican congressman Bob Ney, and examines how Karl Rove and the Bush administration ignored a secret offer to negotiate with Iran in 2003.



Manufacturing consent for war: have they no shame?

New York: Targeted By Tehran?

Increasing tensions between Washington and Tehran have revived New York Police Department concerns that Iranian agents may already have targeted the city for terror attacks.


From Information Clearing House

American Is Preparing To Invade Iran

There Are Eight Battle Groups At Sea

From Information Clearing House

US boosts secret missions in Iran

THE US is reportedly stepping up covert operations in Iran in a new strategy that risks sparking an "open confrontation" with the Islamic republic.


From Information Clearing House

Seymour Hersh on planned invasion of Iran


Covert operations have already begun in order to destabilize Iran, among other things by supporting Al Qaida affiliated groups against the Shiites in Iran.



How Democrats are Buying the Iraq War

Last week, members of the Smedley Butler Brigade of Veterans for Peace organized an office occupation of Representative Ed Markey's office in Massachusetts.


From Information Clearing House

'Mercenaries' to fill Iraq troop gap

MINISTERS are negotiating multi-million-pound contracts with private security firms to cover some of the gaps created by British troop withdrawals.


From Information Clearing House


Operation Falcon and the Looming Police State

By Mike Whitney

Operation Falcon is the clearest indication yet that the Bush administration is fine-tuning its shock-troops so it can roll up tens of thousands of people at a moment’s notice and toss them into the newly-built Halliburton detention centers.



Eighteen Months After Katrina

By Bill Quigley

Why do thousands of people need food and why are people living in gutted-out houses with no electricity? Look at New Orleans eighteen months after Katrina and you will realize why it is so difficult for people to exercise the human right to return to their homes.



U.S. Severe Poverty Rate at Highest in Three Decades


The percentage of poor Americans who are living in severe poverty has reached a 32-year high as the gulf between the nation's "haves" and "have-nots" continues to widen.


American Plutocracy and the war on Workers

By Charles Sullivan

As we look to the democrats in Congress to end the occupation of Iraq and to divert another impending disaster in Iran, we must recognize that, like the commercial media, these people are working for the Plutocracy, not for the public good.



Gold traders love Dick Cheney

By Mike Whitney

Gold traders love Dick Cheney. Every time he opens his twisted lip and barks out another threat to Iran, the dollar takes a powder while gold futures shoot to the moon. Maybe that’s the way Cheney likes it.



Hypocrisy in The Middle East

By Congressman Ron Paul

The tired assertion that America "supports democracy" in the Middle East is increasingly transparent. It was false 50 years ago, when we supported and funded the hated Shah of Iran to prevent nationalization of Iranian oil, and it’s false today when we back an unelected military dictator in Pakistan- just to name two examples.



No More Encores for Iran

By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

For the second time in little over 50 years, Iranians are about to witness yet another assault on their country by the United States.


UN Security or Gang Rape?

By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

As I watched Iran being hauled in front of the United Nations 'Security' Council, a vivid picture conjured up in my mind - my native country Iran, a vulnerable and defenseless beauty being prepared for violation by brutal savages. As she struggles to defend her honor, no one is prepared to come to her aid, save a few.


Partners in Crime

By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich

Indeed, there is honor among thieves. Given that the US under President Eisenhower delivered a coup against the democratically elected Prime Minister Mossadeq to appease the British, the British have since been eager to fulfill their obligations towards the Americans.


British Pawns in an Iranian Game

By Pepe Escobar

Even the Arab world - which is not so fond of Persians - sees the US-orchestrated UN sanctions on Iran for what they are: the West, once again, trying to smash an independent nation daring to have its shot at more influence in the Middle East.



Building a Fraudulent Case Using Coercion


U.N. Calls U.S. Data on Iran's Nuclear Aims Unreliable

By Bob Drogin and Kim Murphy

Although international concern is growing about Iran's nuclear program and its regional ambitions, diplomats here say most U.S. intelligence shared with the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency has proved inaccurate and none has led to significant discoveries inside Iran.


Glimmers of Hope in Iran Report?

By Eric Hundman

Amid all the gloom, there were a few encouraging facts buried in the IAEA report. I don’t intend to discount the severity of the Iranian situation or how difficult it will be to stop Iran’s nuclear program – rather, I’d like to provide some context for the debate on how to proceed.


On Negroponte's resignation & the anti-Iran 'strategic shift'


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Fear Stupid Acts



Does Bush Know What Neocon Means?


Informant: Lew Rockwell


Der Klimawandel ist längst in den Vorstandsetagen angekommen


AFL-CIO and UAW File Complaint With UN Protesting Bush Labor Board Denying Teaching and Research Assistants' Freedom to Form Union


Rainforest Action Network to Wall Street: No New Coal


Announcing Al Gore



Give Department of Peace a Chance



Bush's Future Iran War Speech



Taking Back the FDA



Gore's "Inconvenient Truth" Wins Documentary Oscar



As Candidate, Obama Carves Antiwar Stance


Melting Ice Gives Birth to a Strange New World


Sparks Rise From a Time Bomb


Why Have So Many U.S. Attorneys Been Fired?



Big Oil 'ecstatic' at Iraqi cabinet approval of oil law


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news


Iraqi Cabinet Approves Draft of Oil Law

The Iraqi cabinet approved a draft of a law today that would set guidelines for countrywide distribution of oil revenues and foreign investment in the oil industry, in a move that marked a major agreement among the country's ethnic and sectarian political blocs on one of Iraq's most divisive issues.



Attack Iran? Look at who wants to, then 'run a mile in the opposite direction'


Informant: jensenmk

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