Freitag, 18. Mai 2007

Greenpeace: Exxon still funding climate skeptics

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Why Are They Lying About Ron Paul?

by Cliff Kincaid

In a desperate attempt to make Rudy Giuliani out to be the hero of Tuesday night’s debate, Fox News is continuing to attack Texas Congressman Ron Paul for something he did not say. Gibson’s comment shows how Fox News has been eager to slant the news in favor of Giuliani, who claimed in his famous response to Paul that the congressman had said that the U.S. “invited” the 9/11 attacks. That was false, too......

ACLU Demands Disclosure of Legal Documents on NSA Wiretapping

Unter Wolfowitz nur Business as usual,,OID6773974_REF1,00.html

The Truth About the Animal ID Plan

EU-Kommissar kritisiert Armutslöhne

EU-Sozialkommissar Vladimir Spidla hat den Trend zu Dumping-Löhnen kritisiert. "Wenn es so ist, dass jemand arbeitet und trotzdem zum Sozialamt gehen muss, weil der Lohn zum Leben nicht reicht, dann steht dies im krassen Widerspruch zum europäischen Sozialmodell", sagte Spidla der "Hannoverschen Allgemeinen Zeitung". "Arbeit muss sich lohnen, das heißt, man muss davon leben können", forddert Spidla.

CCR Files FOIA Lawsuit Against NSA and DOJ Demanding Information On Warrantless Spying

Center For Constitutional Rights: CCR Files FOIA Lawsuit Against NSA and DOJ Demanding Information On Warrantless Spying on Guantanamo Detainee Attorneys.

New Momentum For Putting Impeachment On The Table

Wolfowitz Quits: Multiple GAP Documents Lead to Bank President?s Resignation

New Whistleblower Policy Crucial Next Step

Now, I Am Become Death, The Destroyer of Worlds

Hillary Inc.

The GOP's Torture Enthusiasts

Wolfowitz's Fall Brings More Bad News for Bush

Global Net Censorship 'Growing'

Kidnap and Torture: New Claims of UK Army War Crimes in Iraq


Kidnap and Torture: New Claims of Army War Crimes in Iraq

By Robert Verkaik

The British Army is facing new allegations that it was involved in "forced disappearances", hostage-taking and torture of Iraqi civilians after the fall of the regime of Saddam Hussein.

"It Was Torture": Soldiers 'Not Brought To Justice'

BBC Panorama Video

"He had 93 separate injuries on his body when he was left for dead on a toilet floor."

Earth's Natural Defenses against Climate Change 'Beginning to Fail'

Iraqi Women the Worse for War

Remember those photos of Iraqi women triumphantly raising freshly inked fingers for Western cameras after voting in their new democracy? They were presented to the world by the US government as an indication of a policy that would liberate Iraqi women and men. Well, it didn't quite work out that way.

Shifting the Climate of Security

Joe Brewer writes: "We are in the midst of a debate over the meaning of security. This has been ongoing since the end of the Cold War almost 20 years ago and it is taking place behind the scenes right now. Progressives have an opportunity to reclaim our rightful place as the responsible protectors of our nation after a decades-long smear campaign to frame us as weak on security issues. The old idea of national security that dominated US policy at home and abroad during the Cold War can be replaced with a new one that offers a more appropriate perspective on relevant issues in our globalized world. The broad public recognition of the looming climate crisis can be the catalyst for this change."

What Did Bush Know, and When?

The editors of the Washington Post write: "It doesn't much matter whether President Bush was the one who phoned Attorney General John D. Ashcroft's hospital room before the Wednesday Night Ambush in 2004. It matters enormously, however, whether the president was willing to have his White House aides try to strong-arm the gravely-ill attorney general into overruling the Justice Department's legal views. It matters enormously whether the president, once that mission failed, was willing nonetheless to proceed with a program whose legality had been called into question by the Justice Department."

Iraqi is collapsing, but US media decline to report the fact

Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Unternehmen für zwei Billionen Dollar übernommen

Unternehmen und Finanzmärkte schwimmen im Geld und ziehen gerade die größte Neuordnung der globalen Märkte seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg durch.

Protesters fight 'eyesore' mobile mast

By Rachel Fitch

Opponents to a mobile phone mast will fight to protect their "little piece of England".

Jackie Williams is against T-Mobile putting a 28ft telecommunications pole on a green in Saltdean.

Brighton and Hove City Council turned the planning application down but the company has appealed.

Mrs Williams is calling on neighbours to write their objections to the Secretary of State.

T-Mobile wants to install a replica telegraph pole housing three antennae on grass between Saltdean Vale and Hempstead Road.

There would also be equipment cabinets next to it.

The council rejected the application because it thought the cabinets would harm the character and appearance of the area.

Mrs Williams, of Heathfield Avenue, said: "Children play on this piece of land. It is a lovely little green and lovely plot of England.

"We moved from Ilford last year where it was too dangerous for children to play outside.

"It's great to be able to see them free to play here like we used to in the Fifties and it would be such a shame if that was taken away from them.

"The pole would be a real eyesore there and I don't understand why it couldn't be put just a few hundred yards up the road where there is a huge piece of land which the children don't use.

"There is no proof there isn't any danger from these poles.

"When this application was turned down by the council I thought that was the end of it."

She is canvassing support against the appeal from people in the area.

The deadline for comments about the application is June 4.

No-one from T-Mobile was yesterday available for comment.

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Mum of three challenges phone firm in mast protest

Hybrid embryos get go-ahead

Professional Association of Teachers (PAT) statements on wireless computer networks

Statements, press briefings and further information links on wireless computer networks (wi-fi) and electro-sensitivity.

Margaret Lazarus Documents Human Rights Violations

Cate Woodruff interviews Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Margaret Lazarus, who has been confronting issues and encouraging social consciousness in documentary films for over 25 years, about her film "Rape Is...."

Senators Want CIA to Release 9/11 Report

A bipartisan group of senators is pushing legislation that would force the CIA to release an inspector general's report on the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

Wolfowitz Resigns From World Bank

World Bank President Paul D. Wolfowitz resigned Thursday afternoon, effective June 30, giving in to overwhelming pressure from bank staff and governments around the globe that he depart to end the ethics controversy that has consumed the institution.

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Protesters battle to fight another telephone mast

18 May 2007
John Marr

A GROUP of campaigners from West Hampstead are furious that mobile phone giant O2 wants to install another telephone mast on their doorsteps.

Vodafone installed a mast in Iverson Road back in 2003 and last year Orange was given permission to put one up near Iverson Tyres.

The installation of the Orange structure has been delayed because the telecommunications giant is seeking planning permission for a series of other masts in West Hampstead.

And now residents are furious that O2 has been given permission to put up a 15 metre mast in a similar spot on Iverson Road.

Trader Colin Slade, who runs clothes shop The Penguin Society on West End Lane, said: "The community as a whole feels very strongly about this mast and the location of it will be blocking the most fabulous view of the sunset."

Candice Temple, who lives nearby, added: "This ugly structure will de-grade the area and turn leafy Iverson Road into an industrial wasteland.

"The Vodafone mast is a graffiti ridden eyesore and it's also supposed to have railings around it, but it doesn't."

Neighbour Samantha Morgan said: "Vodafone don't follow up with cleaning off the graffiti and urine that the mast attracts. It's truly what the residents feared."

The campaigners, who have gathered a petition with 300 signatures, also fear an influx of masts to the area will lead to health risks because of increased radiation levels.

But council chiefs cannot take health concerns into consideration when deciding whether to grant planning permission for masts. They can only look at the suitability of designs and locations.

Roger Tavener, chairman of C. Tavener & Son, who owns the premises opposite Iverson Tyres, is furious that the council didn't consult him over plans for the new mast.

"We're the longest established private company in the area, we've been on this road since the 1930s, and to be ignored is absolutely monstrous. We only hear about these things once they've been rubberstamped."

O2 spokesman James Stevenson said "We believe the mast is perfectly safe. We understand people's feelings on the matter - we will come to speak to them about the masts, about the health issues, about our need to improve our service. I will come to speak to them, or else we can hold a meeting where they can come to us."

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Can we end the American empire before it ends us?

by Chalmers Johnson


In politics, as in medicine, a cure based on a false diagnosis is almost always worthless, often worsening the condition that is supposed to be healed. The United States, today, suffers from a plethora of public ills. Most of them can be traced to the militarism and imperialism that have led to the near-collapse of our Constitutional system of checks and balances. Unfortunately, none of the remedies proposed so far by American politicians or analysts addresses the root causes of the problem. According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, released on April 26, 2007, some 78% of Americans believe their country to be headed in the wrong direction. Only 22% think the Bush administration’s policies make sense, the lowest number on this question since October 1992, when George H. W. Bush was running for a second term — and lost. What people don’t agree on are the reasons for their doubts and, above all, what the remedy — or remedies — ought to be...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Ethanol versus the poor

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

A message to you, Rudy Giuliani

Mother Jones
by JoAnn Wypijewski


As in New York, communities across the country gave police more reasons to stop and frisk people, hence more opportunity to find drugs as drug laws tightened to put more people away for a longer time. America’s prison population nearly doubled in the 1990s, and no one much complained. Prisoners were stripped of legal rights to challenge their conditions, and no one much beyond the Southern Center for Human Rights in Atlanta intervened. State after state restricted the rights of journalists to interview prisoners, and punished prisoner whistleblowers. In the speed of a decade, this self-declared free country had denied more of its people liberty than any country in the world, with stunningly little protest. Having gradually resigned ourselves to the trade-off of liberty for a promise of safety during the supposed good times of the Clinton years, is it surprising that after 9/11 Americans would acquiesce to secret prisons, kangaroo courts, torture as policy, the shredding of habeas corpus and due process, the invasion of our mail and private conversations?

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

It’s our cage too

Washington Post
by Charles C. Krulak and Joseph P. Hoar

Fear can be a strong motivator. It led Franklin Roosevelt to intern tens of thousands of innocent U.S. citizens during World War II; it led to Joseph McCarthy’s witch hunt, which ruined the lives of hundreds of Americans. And it led the United States to adopt a policy at the highest levels that condoned and even authorized torture of prisoners in our custody...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Senate Dems prove unserious on ending war

Cincinnati Enquirer


Anti-war Democrats in the Senate failed in an attempt to cut off funds for the Iraq war on Wednesday, a lopsided bipartisan vote that masked growing impatience within both political parties over President Bush’s handling of the four-year conflict. The 67-29 vote against the measure left it far short of the 60 needed to advance. More than half the Senate’s Democrats supported the move, exposing divisions within the party but also marking a growth in anti-war sentiment from last summer, when only a dozen members of the rank and file backed a troop withdrawal deadline....

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Top Republican thinks Gonzales will resign



The top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Thursday that he expects the investigation into the firings of federal prosecutors will lead to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ resignation. ‘I have a sense when we finish our investigation, we may have a conclusion to the tenure of the attorney general,’ said Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter. While Specter did not join the growing number of lawmakers from both parties calling for Gonzales to resign or be fired, he did call the Department of Justice ‘close to being dysfunctional’ …

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

End their misery: Free this wolf and donkey in Albania

From Linda H.

Angriff auf soziale Grundrechte und Blamage für die Marktgläubigkeit

#Die Linkspartei.PDS: Pressemitteilungen

16. Mai 2007

Der Parteivorstand der Linkspartei.PDS unterstützt die Forderungen der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der deutschen Telekom. Dazu erklärt der gewerkschaftspolitische Sprecher Harald Werner:

Dass sich die Telekom ihre Profite durch Lohndumping sichern will, ist nicht nur ein Angriff auf die sozialen Grundrechte, sondern auch ein Musterbeispiel für die haltlosen Mythen der Privatisierung und eine Blamage für die Marktgläubigkeit der Neoliberalen. Als in den 90er Jahren Post und Bahn privatisiert wurden, gab es für Maßnahmen dieser Art zwei entscheidende Argumente und ein großes Versprechen. Der erhoffte Wettbewerb sollte den Service verbessern, die Preise senken und trotzdem sollten die sozialen Standards der Beschäftigten sichern. Kein Argument hat sich als richtig erwiesen und das Versprechen wurde gebrochen. Die Kritik am Service von gelber Post und Telekom wird immer lauter und die Preise stiegen zum Teil erheblich. Früher konnte man im Ortsnetz für nur eine Grundeinheit stundenlang telefonieren, heute tickt die Uhr im Minutentakt. Und während damals die Telefonauskunft kostenlos war, kostet sie heute 1,96 . Am schlimmsten aber erging es den Beschäftigten. Allein bei der Telekom gingen seit der Privatisierung 120.000 Arbeitsplätze verloren, bei der gelben Post 35.000. Gleichzeitig entstanden durch die Liberalisierung des Postmarktes Zehntausende Minijobs mit Löhnen weit unter dem Existenzminimum. Sieht man einmal von den kräftigen Profiten ab, hat die Marktregulierung vollständig versagt. Ganz im Gegensatz zum Aberglauben der Marktradikalen verbessert der Wettbewerb nämlich nicht den Service und er senkt auch nicht die Preise, sondern ausschließlich die Löhne und die Zahl der Arbeitsplätze. Jetzt will die Telekom zur Sicherung ihrer Rendite erneut 50.000 Beschäftigten die Löhne senken und die Arbeitszeit verlängern, um mit den Billiglöhnen der Konkurrenz mithalten zu können. Die werden nicht schlafen, sondern den Unterbietungswettbewerb beschleunigen. Und ist das auch Wahnsinn, so hat es doch Methode. Denn anders ließen sich die Renditen der Aktionäre nicht halten. Womit sich denn auch die Frage beantworten lässt, wem das Gerede von mehr Markt und Wettbewerb zu Gute kommt. Die Mitarbeiter der Telekom erwirtschaften in den vergangenen beiden Jahren Profite von sechs, beziehungsweise fünf Milliarden Euro. Die beabsichtigten Lohnkürzungen und verlängerten Arbeitszeiten würden weniger als zehn Prozent davon einbringen. Blieben also immer noch einige Milliarden für die Bedürftigkeit der Shareholder und man möchte meinen das reicht, tut es aber nicht. Denn der Witz an der Sache ist, dass am Markt nicht allein um Preise oder Qualität konkurriert wird, sondern vor allem um die Zuneigung der Aktionäre. Man kann nämlich damit rechnen, dass ein geglücktes Lohndumping den Wert der Telekom-Aktie so nach oben treibt, dass am gestiegenen Börsenwert mehr verdient wird, als am realen Gewinn. Mit sozialer Marktwirtschaft hat das schon lange nichts mehr zu tun, aber auch nichts mit der so genannten Marktwirtschaft, also dem guten alten Kapitalismus. Es ist Casino-Kapitalismus, Shareholder-Kapitalismus oder wie immer man es nennen mag. Auf jeden Fall aber muss die ganze Veranstaltung vom Spielplan der Geschichte abgesetzt werden.

Rachel's News #907

Scientists Foresee Extinction Domino Effect

Climate change is accelerating species extinctions and unraveling the intricate web of life, experts fear. Birds, animals, insects and even plants are on the move around the Earth, trying to flee new and increasingly inhospitable local weather conditions.

Inspired by Ancient Amazonians, a New Plan for the Environment

A new bill in the US Senate will advocate adoption of an "agrichar" method that could lessen our dependence on fossil fuel and help avert global warming.

Raw Trade Deal?

Bill Moyers Journal looks at the trade deal in the works between the Democrats in Congress and the Bush administration. Has fair trade become a raw deal for America's workers?

Dems Seek No-Confidence Vote on Gonzales

Two Senate Democrats said Thursday they will seek a no-confidence vote on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales over accusations that he carried out President Bush's political agenda at the expense of the Justice Department's independence. Senators Chuck Schumer of New York and Dianne Feinstein of California, who have led the investigation into the conduct of White House officials and Gonzales, said the attorney general has been too weakened to run the department.

End Times: The Death of the Fourth Estate

A Trove of N.Y.P.D. Surveillance Files

Undercover officers attended meetings of political groups, posing as sympathizers or fellow activists, and infiltrated chat rooms. Although they identified a few people who talked about disrupting the convention, they also monitored many more people who showed no intention of breaking the law.

From Information Clearing House

Customs Breaks Privacy Laws in Data Collection, GAO Says

The Department of Homeland Security is breaking privacy laws by failing to tell the public all the ways it uses personal information to target passengers boarding flights entering or leaving the United States, according to a draft government report.

Immunity request has some in GOP worried

On the day presidential senior adviser Karl Rove administered a tongue-lashing to an Illinois Republican congressman, disturbing news about his former executive assistant was spread on Capitol Hill.,CST-EDT-NOVAK17.article

From Information Clearing House

Wolfowitz crisis challenges U.S. leadership

The likely ouster of Paul Wolfowitz as World Bank president, in another rift between the United States and its European allies, poses an unprecedented challenge to U.S leadership of the global financial system.

From Information Clearing House

Bush-Blair summit yields no regrets over Iraq tie

Shoulder to shoulder at the White House for the last time before Blair steps down on June 27, the two leaders heaped praise on each other and defended themselves against critics of a war that is increasingly unpopular in both countries.

Blair's legacy on Middle East a dark stain

Blair's partnership with the Bush Administration have supported a very narrow, radical neoconservative agenda in the Middle East, exacerbating conditions for wider instability in the region.

From Information Clearing House

Suicidal and Facing a Third Tour in Iraq

"It's something that affects us every single day," Tina said, "when he's 23 years old and he can't even climb the stairs. He has bad nightmares where he thinks he's back in Iraq."

Iraq Facing `Many' Civil Wars, Country `Fractured'

Report Says

Iraq is facing several civil wars between a number of rival communities struggling for power and has "fractured'' into regional power bases, a report by an adviser to the U.K. government said.

From Information Clearing House

Clinton Won't Commit on Iraq Deadline

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton voted Wednesday to advance legislation cutting off money for the Iraq war, then refused to pledge to support the measure if it came to a vote, then said she would.

From Information Clearing House

Islamic nations urge Iraq withdrawal

Foreign ministers from Muslim nations called Thursday on international forces to pull out of Iraq as soon as possible.

From Information Clearing House

Ron Paul on Blowback

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Now, I know this is a lot for the tender ears of Americans to take, who like to think that their government reflects their own values of faith, freedom, and friendliness. But here is the point that libertarians have been trying to hammer home for many years: the US government is the enemy of the American people and their values. It is not peaceful, it is not friendly, it is not motivated by the Christian faith but rather power and imperial lust.

Tell Congress To IMPEACH Gonzales Immediately


You can call toll free at 800-828-0498, 800-459-1887 or 800-614-2803 and ask for your own House member and Senators.


For an administration in which utter smirking defiance of law and the will of the American people is the only operational mode, IMPEACHMENT is the only remedy.

How bad can it possibly get before Congress will act? In explosive testimony this week before the Senate, the former number two official in the Justice apartment, James B. Comey, testified that Alberto Gonzales tried to bully a deathly sick John D. Ashcroft into signing off on a secret and massive domestic wiretap scheme which had already been determined to be profoundly illegal. Even the Washington Post was compelled to editorialize on Wednesday as follows:

"the straight-as-an-arrow former No. 2 official at the Justice Department, yesterday offered the Senate Judiciary Committee an account of Bush administration lawlessness so shocking it would have been unbelievable coming from a less reputable source."

And if that were not bad enough, Gonzales had previously testified UNDER OATH, that there had been no disagreements in the department about implementation of the program. So he just bald-faced lied and perjured himself again, and again, and again. And he's still doing it.

The situation is so bad that 56 members of Alberto's Harvard Law school graduating class took out an ad also in the Post excoriating him for his outlaw abuse of power. The Harvard Crimson further reports that there was NO dissent whatsoever in this from members of that class, even among those who for professional reasons could not sign on publicly.

So what is the response of Congress? Some Democrats today proposed a no confidence vote. What exactly is that supposed to accomplish? How many times have you heard Bush say, "Well, he has my confidence", in the face of dramatically manifest incompetence and malfeasance by his appointed cronies? When is Congress going to confront the fact that we are dealing with a Constitutionally criminal organization in the White House from top to bottom?

When will Congress stop being a damn debating society and exercise the POWER we gave them in November.? What part of exercising power don't they get?

Look at the side show going on right now about another Bush gang member, Wolfowitz, who has long outstayed his welcome the World Bank, and still will not give up power until they pry it out of his fingers. It was actually reported yesterday that Wolfowitz was demanding that the bank accept culpability for some part of his wrongdoing as a condition of stepping down. Isn't that just a little like a bank robber demanding that a bank share guilt for making itself too easy to rob?

We'll frankly be surprised if Bush doesn't demand for Gonzales a seat on the Supreme Court as part of his severance package.


What'cha gonna do, Congress? You better start dusting of that impeachment clause in the Constitution quick, fast and in a hurry. We're really gonna need it.

If the millstone were around the other neck, every right wing cable news pod person would be screaming for impeachment, not only for Gonzales, but for the whole lying, stealing, preemptive war murdering lot of them. Falwell would be howling from his casket right now. Maybe it's time for us do a lot more howling of our own.

Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed to be ours, and forward this message to everyone else you know.


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In complement that AC electric devices should not take place in a bedroom, because EHS persons get symptoms since 20 nanoTesla (0,02 microTesla), there is an other important fact. All metallic oblong objects are passive re-transmitters for the microwaves, like the handle of the door. Passive because the handle of the door don't produce energy. But the microwaves stick to it and radiate like a hot spot. All around the house is the AC wiring which carry energy, and works like an active re-transmitter for the microwaves. That's why operators like to install masts on the big electrical pylon or along the electrical railway. Free booster... And probably some relation with bees, butterflies... If one device is off (light, TV, etc), the AC power is still there, to the switch. There is in the market some kind of "bio-switch" which must be placed before the fuse. When no device is on, this bio-switch send a small DC current in the wiring. When you turn a device on, it restores the AC power on the wiring. This can not be installed for your freezer but will be helpful and gives some protection for the bedroom.

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Congressman Ron Paul Admits Conspiracy

Thu May 17, 2007 22:22

Congressman Ron Paul Admits Conspiracy to Create Tyrannical World Government

(further down, Ron Paul introduces a bill to abolish the Federal Reserve)

Eric Rainbolt - audience member asking question of Congressman Paul at event near Austin, Texas on August 30th, 2003: "Congressman Paul, I have a question..."

Moderator: "Over here." (pointing to Eric Rainbolt.)

Eric Rainbolt: "Great! If we can take a look at the big picture, could you tell us, the people in this room, any information that you may have of an international and deceptive conspiracy to overthrow the American Republic and its Constitution & Bill Of Rights in order to set up and usher in a totalitarian World Government likely espoused under the UN also.."?

Congressman Paul: " He asked if there was an international conspiracy to overthrow our government. The answer is "Yes". I think there are 25,000 individuals that have used offices of powers, and they are in our Universities and they are in our Congresses, and they believe in One World Government. And if you believe in One World Goverment, then you are talking about undermining National Sovereignty and you are talking about setting up something that you could well call a Dictatorship - and those plans are there!..."

Visit the link below to see the video of the meeting:

Find more info about Congressman Ron Paul at A list of articles published by the Congressman is at his government website

The following at and


Because there are a lot of members of Congress who are more sympathetic than the way they vote. They'd like to do better, but they don't think they can buck the system. They know I'll buck the system, but they keep thinking that they'll get hit. But, I think freedom is a popular idea. If you work at it you convince them. Maybe we'll have the last laugh. Find more info about Congressman Ron Paul at The former was a partial interview of Congressman Ron Paul. You can find the complete interview in Erik Fortman's book, Webs of Power: Government Agencies, Secret Societies, and Elite Legacies, at and other retail outlets. Mr. Fortman is an author and musician from Texas. He has a syndicated show on, and also writes for,, U.S. Legacies and other publications.


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