Montag, 6. August 2007

Bee decline threatens our dinner and the countryside

//www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?view=DETAILS&grid=&xml=/earth/2007/08/03/eabees103.xml


Informant: Teresa Binstock



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Endzeitstimmung im Hedgefonds-Olymp

//www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/0,1518,498365,00.html



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Economy Goes From Bad to Worse

Dean Baker writes for Truthout: "The fact productivity growth has now slowed is a very bad sign. It means the economy is not doing well by any measure. The argument for conservative economic policy was always that by giving people more incentive to work and invest, productivity would grow more rapidly, and that this would benefit everyone in the long run. It turns out, even with the massive upward redistribution of income over the last quarter century, productivity is now growing at its slowest pace in the post-war period."

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Saving Soldiers' Jobs

Amy R. Gershkoff writes for The Washington Post: "Thousands of the brave men and women lucky enough to return safely from Iraq are being left without jobs, without hope and without recourse. The government has failed to protect these reservists and has covered up the evidence. It is time for Americans to protect those who protect us by demanding thorough oversight of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/080607E.shtml



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CIA's Secret Interrogation Program

Jane Mayer writes for The New Yorker: "Soon after Mohammed's arrest, sources say, his American captors told him, 'We're not going to kill you. But we're going to take you to the very brink of your death and back.' He was first taken to a secret U.S.-run prison in Afghanistan. According to a Human Rights Watch report released two years ago, there was a C.I.A.-affiliated black site in Afghanistan by 2002: an underground prison near Kabul International Airport. Distinctive for its absolute lack of light, it was referred to by detainees as the Dark Prison. Another detention facility was reportedly a former brick factory, just north of Kabul, known as the Salt Pit. The latter became infamous for the 2002 death of a detainee, reportedly from hypothermia, after prison officials stripped him naked and chained him to the floor of his concrete cell, in freezing temperatures."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/080607B.shtml



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Reporter in brief: latest news on slavery

//www.antislavery.org/archive/reporter/reporter%20spring%202007.htm



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The Strong and Tough Democrats

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3000

The Soft Underbelly of the Democratic Party
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3012

Had Enough? It's In Our Hands: Tangle Their Feet
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3001

American Disconnection
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/2998/

Beyond Disaster
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/2997/



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A Blaring Call for Impeachment

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3005/



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Power Cuts Worsen as Iraqi Grid Nears Collapse

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3006/

Veteran General Hears Echoes from Vietnam in Iraq

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3009/

Hiroshima Peace Declaration 2007: Aim for a Nuclear Weapon-Free World

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3015/

She Stands At Every Door
//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/06/3008/

Greenpeace: Commemorating the 62nd Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombings
//www.commondreams.org/news2007/0806-02.htm



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Ankara trockengelegt

Ein Dürrewinter und drastischer Trinkwassermangel bringen in der Türkei den Klimawandel auf die Tagesordnung. Die Gegenmaßnahmen sind allerdings halbherzig.

//www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/25/25882/1.html

Along with an independent media, Americans have lost the ability to govern themselves

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/6529/


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news

Failed policies? 'This is what they want'

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/6552/


Informant: jensenmk

From ufpj-news



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Correspondence from Slocan Valley Site

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It's the Microwaves
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Up Close in the Arctic, Beluga Whales Under Threat

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Eine Welt ohne Atomwaffen ist möglich und notwendig!

6. August 2007

Helmut Scholz

Zum 62. Jahrestag der Atombombenabwürfe auf Hiroshima und Nagasaki durch US-amerikanische Bomber erklärt das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes der Partei DIE LINKE und der Kampagne für eine Welt ohne Atomwaffen bis 2020 Helmut Scholz:

DIE LINKE gedenkt den Opfern der atomaren Bombardierung der Städte Hiroshima und Nagasaki am 6. und 9. August 1945. Der qualvolle Tod Hunderttausender mahnt uns, für die internationale Ächtung von Atomwaffen einzutreten. Obwohl der für die atomare Aufrüstung maßgebliche Ost-West-Konflikt Geschichte ist, nimmt die Gefahr des Einsatzes von Atombomben stetig zu. Gründe dafür liegen in der Entwicklung von neuen Waffensystemen und in der Missachtung der existierenden internationalen Verträge zur Nichtverbreitung von Atomwaffen durch Staaten. Die Weltbevölkerung sieht sich dem Risiko von Atomschlägen ausgesetzt, weil die Lehren der beiden Weltkriege – unbedingte Achtung des Völkerrechts und der Institution der Vereinten Nationen, sowie das stetige Streben nach Verrechtlichung in den staatlichen Beziehungen – in der Internationalen Politik immer weiter in den Hintergrund treten. Die kriegerische Durchsetzung nationaler wirtschaftlicher und politischer Interessen und das Streben nach Hegemonie bestimmen zunehmend die außenpolitischen Agenden vieler Staaten. Allen voran sehen wir die Bush-Administration als Protagonist dieser unheilvollen Entwicklung, da sie wiederholt vom „Recht des Stärkeren“ Gebrauch gemacht hat und mit ihren Sicherheitsleitlinien des nuklearen Erstschlags und der Präventiven Kriege das Völkerrecht negiert. Die Pläne eines US-amerikanischen Raketenabwehrschildes mit Radar- und Abschussbasen in Polen, der Tschechischen Republik und Südosteuropa richten sich gegen die bestehenden Verträge zur Reduzierung ballistischer Raketen in Europa. Die Gefahr eines erneuten Wettrüstens auf dem Europäischen Kontinent wird im naiven und gefährlichen Streben nach der Rolle einer unverwundbaren Weltführungsmacht billigend in Kauf genommen. DIE LINKE hat dieses Ansinnen bereits zusammen mit osteuropäischen- und EL-Parteien kritisiert und erklärt sich solidarisch mit den zivilgesellschaftlichen Strukturen des Protests in den betroffenen Ländern. DIE LINKE sieht das Ziel, eine Welt ohne Atomwaffen bis 2020 zu erreichen als alternativlos an. Wir rufen die Bundesregierung dazu auf, sich für die Stärkung des Atomwaffensperrvertrages (NPT) und des Kernwaffenstoppvertrages einzusetzen. Wir erinnern daran: Eine Welt ohne Atomwaffen ist möglich und notwendig!

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FBI Conducts Raid in Wiretapping Leak Probe

The Associated Press reports, "FBI agents searched the home of former Justice Department lawyer Thomas Tamm last week in an effort to determine who leaked details of the warrantless eavesdropping program to the news media."

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Selective Prosecution

The New York Times writes: "One part of the Justice Department mess that requires more scrutiny is the growing evidence that the department may have singled out people for criminal prosecution to help Republicans win elections. The House Judiciary Committee has begun investigating several cases that raise serious questions. The panel should determine what role politics played in all of them."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/080607K.shtml

Next-up News n°271

//www.buergerwelle.de/pdf/next_up_news_n271.htm

Iraqis Prefer Not to Let Foreign Companies Steal Their Oil

//afterdowningstreet.org/node/25467


Informant: David Swanson

From ufpj-news



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Öl- und Energiemarkt: "ein riesengroßes Casino"

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The president is threatening me

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
by Marie Marchand

07/30/07

I will not be silent. Like millions of dissenters around the world, I want my name to be included among those who resisted those unjust policies and decrees. The American people must have the courage to resist. Otherwise, our friends and neighbors may begin to disappear, and we may not hear them being carted off in the middle of the night. As a patriotic American who holds steadfast to a belief in justice, I do not accept Bush’s threats to my constitutional and human rights passively. If I disappear, I disappear. But I will not go willingly, and I will not go unnamed...

//seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/325688_threat31.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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The “making energy less affordable act”

Center For Individual Freedom
by staff

08/03/07

As the U.S. House of Representatives considers numerous legislative proposals on a national energy policy, more than two dozen state and federal organizations, including the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), this week expressed ‘grave concerns’ about specific proposals and the direction of the debate...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The myth of “executive privilege”

LewRockwell.Com
by Kevin R. C. Gutzman

08/03/07

Bush Administration officials have announced that President Bush will use a claim of ‘Executive Privilege’ to thwart congressional investigation into the firings of several U.S. attorneys. This claim is the latest in a long series of unconstitutional invocations of the notion of Executive Privilege by presidents prominent and obscure. In fact, Executive Privilege is itself a myth unfounded in the language or original understanding of the Constitution...

//www.lewrockwell.com/orig8/gutzman7.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Keeping your home despite the New World Order

from Reason to Freedom
by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

08/03/07

There was a time when a home was a place to live, a place where you raised your family, a place to grow your garden, plant your flowers and watch your fruit trees grow to full maturity so you could eat the fruit they would bear during their lifetime. Sunday dinner called families home to a table with meals cooked with food grown in their own garden or nearby. Home was where you grew old with your life partner; it was a place to die, remembered, by those you loved and who loved you. Today your home is a speculator’s bet, a henchman’s noose. Your home has become a tool of a political fraud scheme so massive that it touches the lives of every American, man, woman and child. There was a time when families worked to pay off their mortgage so that they knew they owned their home free and clear. The mortgage burning was a cause for celebration. No more. Now people determine what the maximum payment is that they can afford, and speculate on internal rates of return, tax deductions, and how fast they can flip their ‘home’ moving on to a larger home, a new neighborhood, different friends. What has happened to America?

//tinyurl.com/39en4h


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp



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Restoring Confidence

Strike the Root
by Robert Klassen

08/03/07

Recently I read an article based on the premise that Americans need to ‘restore confidence’ in their political government. I’ve read many calls to man the barricades, usually written by people who I would not expect to find at any barricades, but I can’t recall seeing one justified by restoring confidence in the state before. My immediate response to the premise was, why? Why should we have any confidence in the state whatsoever? The state has a 100% failure rate in history...

//www.strike-the-root.com/72/klassen/klassen1.html


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Bush gets a spying blank check

Consortium News
by Robert Parry

08/05/07

Eager to leave for its August recess, Congress handed George W. Bush another blank check on executive power, letting him order up spying directives against a vast number of people, including Americans, if they are physically outside the United States. The “Protect America Act of 2007” sets the standard for a surveillance order – which can last for up to one year – as simply that it be “directed at a person reasonably believed to be located outside the United States”...

//www.consortiumnews.com/2007/080507.html



Is the White House lying about spying again?

Salon
by Joan Walsh

08/04/07

Salon had an odd Associated Press wire story up mid day on Friday. On top was an ‘update’ trumpeting President Bush’s rejection of compromise attempts on FISA. At the same press conference the AP highlighted, Bush said: ‘I’m going to ask the DNI [Director of National Intelligence]: Does this legislation give you what you need to prevent an attack on the country? Is this what you need to do your job, Mr. DNI? That’s the question I’m going to ask. And if the answer is yes, I’ll sign the bill. And if the answer is no, I’m going to veto the bill.’ But the update was attached to a main story reporting that the DNI — Mike McConnell — was going along with a compromise with Democrats...

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Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

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Surveillance Law Goes Far Beyond What White House Needed

James Risen reports for The New York Times that Bush has signed legislation into law broadly expanding the government's authority to eavesdrop on the international telephone calls and email messages of American citizens without warrants. The impact reaches far beyond what the Bush administration had said was needed to gather information about foreign terrorists. For the first time, the new law makes surveillance without warrants, which was being conducted in secret by the NSA and in disregard of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, legal. FISA is the 1978 law that was supposed to regulate the way the government can listen to the private communications of American citizens.

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/080607J.shtml

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Dianne Feinstein: co-conspirator with Bush & Gonzales
//tinyurl.com/2sex3n

Center For Constitutional Rights Condems FISA Modernization Law
//www.commondreams.org/news2007/0806-05.htm

Bush Gets 6 Months Big Brother Dictator Powers
//prisonplanet.com/articles/august2007/060807_dictator_powers.htm

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Dangerous Deja Vu...

Co-Sponsor Senator Feingold's Censure Resolutions

Last week law-abiding Americans were once again forced to surrender their rights and freedoms. The event was eerily similar to the unwise passage of the PATRIOT Act some six years ago. We once again had a power hungry executive and a Senate controlled by Democrats. The only difference was that the House of Representatives is now under the control of Democrats - which makes what happened all the more troubling.

The Democratic-led Congress voted to allow the President and his administration to intercept the phone calls and emails of American citizens, without a warrant, with virtually zero judicial oversight, and no reporting whatsoever to Congress. The government is now allowed to grab any communication believed to be from outside the U.S. That includes American citizens who live overseas, service members such as those in Iraq, journalists reporting from overseas, or even Members of Congress who are abroad and call home to the United States - all without any sort of court oversight. This goes far beyond the identified problem of foreign-to-foreign communications that we all agree needed to be fixed.

We cannot allow these abuses to go unchallenged. With your help and valuable input over the last two weeks, late last Friday I formally introduced two censure resolutions to hold President Bush, and his administration, responsible for undermining the rule of law time and time again, and for misleading this country into an unwise war in Iraq and mismanaging the situation that followed.

Demand Accountability: Become a Citizen Co-Sponsor of Censure
//ga1.org/campaign/censure07/86u3isb4vbx3n3w?source=web_censure0707d

The first censure resolution addresses the administration's numerous attacks on our Constitution and the rule of law. The President and Attorney General have violated the foundation of our government. This censure resolution will condemn the President and Attorney General for the administration's illegal domestic wiretapping program, for redefining torture, for its extreme positions on the legal status of detainees that has been rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court more than once, and for its refusal to cooperate with Congress' responsibility to conduct adequate oversight as mandated in the Constitution.

The second censure resolution holds the President and Vice President responsible for both leading our country into Iraq under false pretenses and for leading our country into a war without adequate planning. The administration exaggerated the threat from Iraq, overstated the case that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, and falsely linked Iraq to al Qaeda and the horrific attacks of September 11th, 2001. They must be held to account for leading our nation down a path that has made America less safe and has hurt our ability to fight terrorism around the world.

Demand Accountability: Become a Citizen Co-Sponsor of Censure
//ga1.org/campaign/censure07/86u3isb4vbx3n3w?source=web_censure0707d

Congress cannot continue to stand by and allow the actions of this President and his administration to go unchallenged. The legislation that passed last week expires in six months, and at that point we will likely see a fight similar to the one that took place last week. We cannot let this President, or any President, continue to thumb their nose at the Constitution and the rule of law.

Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) has joined me in this effort and has introduced both censure resolutions in the House - but we cannot do it alone. Please sign on as a Citizen Co-Sponsor of Censure so we can show other elected officials in Congress that the American people will not give up in their demand for accountability.

Sincerely,

Russ Feingold
United States Senator
Honorary Chair, Progressive Patriots Fund

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Feingold, Hinchey Introduce Resolutions Censuring President, Vice President and Attorney General
//www.commondreams.org/news2007/0806-08.htm

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Secret Call Log at Heart of Wiretap Challenge

Paul Elias reports for The Associated Press, "The Document, described by those who have seen it as a National Security Administration log of calls intercepted between an Islamic charity and its American lawyers, is at the heart of what legal experts say may be the strongest case against the Bush administration's warrantless eavesdropping program."

//www.truthout.org/docs_2006/080607A.shtml



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Gates: US to keep troop presence in Iraq for extended time

CNN

08/05/07

U.S. forces will probably be in Iraq for a ‘protracted period’ to support the country’s year-old government, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Sunday. ‘We anticipate trying to work out with the Iraqi government an arrangement whereby there would be a residual presence of U.S. forces at some fraction of the current level that would be a stabilizing and supporting force in Iraq for some protracted period of time,’ he told CNN’s ‘Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer’...

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House slaps $16 billion in taxes on oil industry

MSNBC

08/04/07

Declaring a new direction in energy policy, the House on Saturday approved $16 billion in taxes on oil companies, while providing billions of dollars in tax breaks and incentives for renewable energy and conservation efforts. Republican opponents said the legislation ignored the need to produce more domestic oil, natural gas and coal. One GOP lawmaker bemoaned ‘the pure venom … against the oil and gas industry’...

//www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20124921/


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Bush Signs Law to Widen Legal Reach for Wiretapping

//www.nytimes.com/2007/08/06/washington/06nsa.html


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Please Tell the EU: Don't Sacrifice Birds and Ecosystems for Biofuel Expansion

ACTION ALERT

PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY!

By Climate Ark, a project of Ecological Internet, Inc. //www.climateark.org/

August 5, 2007

TAKE ACTION There are limits to agricultural intensification that if surpassed threaten European wildlife and terrestrial ecosystem sustainability //www.climateark.org/alerts/send.asp?id=europe_biofuel_ecosystem

Europe's bird and insect populations, as well as heavily stressed terrestrial ecosystems, face decimation as the European Commissioner for Agriculture plans to scrap land set-asides for the 2008 season. This unexpected move is a response to rising grain prices – caused by the growing biofuel sector and worsening climate change impacts. Europe’s common farmland birds have declined by nearly 50% since 1980... 45% of Europe's butterflies are at risk of extinction and a recent study found
80% declines in bee diversity and 70% declines in the diversity of wild flowers dependent on pollination on hundreds of sites in the UK and Netherlands... the future Europe's ecosystem functionality such as pollination and provisions of food supplies may be at risk as pollinators are driven into extinction. Biofuel expansion for the European market is already causing massive deforestation, biodiversity losses, displacements of local communities and loss of food sovereignty in the global South – now Europe's wildlife and remaining terrestrial ecosystems are likely to become another victim. Please send the letter below to ask Europe's politicians not to scrap land set-asides until they are substituted for a more sustainable EU agricultural policy based on organic agriculture and biodiverse mixed farming system. Biofuel targets and incentives must be abolished now, to protect biodiversity and food supplies worldwide.

TAKE ACTION NOW: //www.climateark.org/alerts/send.asp?id=europe_biofuel_ecosystem

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Sibel Edmonds: "I assumed the enemy was foreign"

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Bursting credit bubble will have major consequences

//www.ufppc.org/content/view/6550/


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Why Efforts to Recall Pelosi Will Fail

by Devvy

Frustration in this country is growing faster than the latest bumper crop of poppy seeds in Afghanistan. The whole litany of abuses against we the people are presented and dissected every day in this country by articulate, informed, highly intelligent writers from all walks of life, many with impressive academic credentials, many from hard working Americans who have done their research and are very afraid of what's just over the horizon........

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Democrats' Responsibility for Bush Radicalism

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/04/2980/



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War Going Horribly For Iraqis

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/05/2989/



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Cindy Sheehan: "I'm Perturbed As Heck"

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/05/2987/

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Inside a new anti-war campaign

Newsweek
by Eleanor Clift

08/03/07

Remember President Bush’s summer from hell? Gold Star mother Cindy Sheehan had camped out in Crawford, Texas, igniting the nascent antiwar movement. Two years later, as Congress heads off on its August recess, antiwar activists are waging their Iraq Summer campaign. The idea: to bird-dog 40 lawmakers, all Republicans, much the way Sheehan did Bush. Unlike Californian Sheehan, these protesters are homegrown. When Minnesota’s Republican Sen. Norm Coleman looks out his picture window, he sees a sign directly across the street on his neighbor’s lawn that says, SUPPORT THE TROOPS, END THE WAR...

//www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20111201/site/newsweek


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

At US Base, Iraqis Must Use Separate Latrine

//www.commondreams.org/archive/2007/08/04/2969/

Hillary Faces Boos from Bloggers

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Obama Targeted Pakistan To Get Boost In Polls

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IMPEACHMENT, IMPEACHMENT, IMPEACHMENT

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Kinder ans Handy

//www.tagesspiegel.de/wirtschaft/Telekommunikation;art271,2352144

'iKids' - Tchibo verkauft Kinder-Handy zum Vorzugspreis
//www.dsltarife.net/news/3481.html

Handy-Fabriken am Pranger
//www.tagesanzeiger.ch/dyn/news/wirtschaft/778238.html

Jugendgewalt: CDU will Handy-Fotos zurückverfolgen
//www.presseportal.de/pm/30621/1027048/rheinische_post

Handy-Verbot an Schulen
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The Rising Tide of Popular Discontent in America

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