Freitag, 11. April 2008

Montana's Shameful Bison Slaughter

Speak Out for Yellowstone Bison
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Renewed criticism for Balgay phone mast

The erection of a phone mast in Dundee’s Balgay Park came in the face of opposition from local residents — and now the work has come in for criticism again (writes Joy Watters).

The mast is adjacent to Balgay Bowling Club and just beside the council-owned tennis courts.

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Herzog und Miegel rufen zum Kampf gegen Senioren auf

Vierzig Jahre nach dem Attentat auf den Studentenführer Rudi Dutschke rufen der ehemalige Bundespräsidenten Roman Herzog und der Bonner Sozialforscher Meinhard Miegel über die Springer-Blätter "Bild" und "Welt" zum Kampf gegen Senioren auf. Herzog und Miegel werden vielfach als "neoliberale" Botschafter kritisiert, die in Institutionen wie dem "Konvent für Deutschland" beziehungsweise dem "Institut für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft" (IWG) mit der Deutschen Bank zusammenarbeiten. "Übernehmen die Alten die Macht?", fragt Bild. Herzog antwortet dem Springer-Blatt: "Ich fürchte, wir sehen gerade die Vorboten einer Rentner-Demokratie: Die Älteren werden immer mehr, und alle Parteien nehmen überproportional Rücksicht auf sie. Das könnte am Ende in die Richtung gehen, dass die Älteren die Jüngeren ausplündern." Parallel dazu Miegel in der Welt: "Wir sind auf dem Weg in die Altenrepublik". Er rechne nicht damit, dass die Rentner in Zukunft freiwillig auf die Belastbarkeit der Jüngeren Rücksicht nehmen und ihre Ansprüche zurückschrauben würden. "Die ältere Bevölkerungsgruppe hat einen kurzen Zeithorizont und will in der Gegenwart Kasse machen", sagte Miegel und bringt die Möglichkeit der Außerkraftsetzung demokratischer Mehrheitsentscheidungen ins Spiel: Die Jungen würden "Mittel und Wege finden, sich der Belastung zu entziehen - da können die Mehrheitsverhältnisse sein, wie sie wollen." Miegel spricht gar von "Revolution".

//www.ngo-online.de/ganze_nachricht.php?H=N&Nr=17703



"Geistiger Brandstifter": Hirrlinger und Winkler weisen Herzog-Kritik an Rentnern zurück

Der Präsident des Sozialverbandes VdK, Walter Hirrlinger, hat die Warnung des früheren Bundespräsidenten Roman Herzog vor einer "Rentner-Demokratie" scharf zurückgewiesen. Er habe "überhaupt kein Verständnis", dass das frühere Staatsoberhaupt auf diese Weise "Emotionen hochputscht", sagte Hirrlinger der "Westdeutschen Zeitung". Der Präsident des Sozial- und Wohlfahrtsverbandes Volkssolidarität, Prof. Dr. Gunnar Winkler, kritisierte, diese "unsägliche Debatte" lenke von sozialer Ungleichheit ab.

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Health Care Horror Stories

Paul Krugman writes for The New York Times: "Not long ago, a young Ohio woman named Trina Bachtel, who was having health problems while pregnant, tried to get help at a local clinic."

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US, Iraq Negotiating Security Agreements

Karen DeYoung, writing for The Washington Post, reports, "The Bush administration is negotiating two accords with the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to replace the U.N. mandate for a multinational military presence there that expires at the end of this year." And, Paul Richter reports for The Los Angeles Times: "Senators warned Thursday that Congress would not allow the Bush administration to complete pending security agreements with Iraq without lawmakers' approval, because of concerns that the pacts would tie the hands of the next president."

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Bush Still Gets His Way on Judicial Nominations

People for The American Way (PFAW): Discredited and Unpopular, Bush Still Gets His Way on Judicial Nominations
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ACLU: News Report Reveals White House Approved Torture Techniques

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Seven Ridiculously Practical Recommendations For Curbing America's Addiction To War

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Bush Hypes Threat from Iran in Surge "Success" Speech

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Lobbyists Spend Record Sums to Influence Washington

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Washington Lobbying Sets Record in 2007


Kevin Drawbaugh, writing for Reuters, reports, "Corporations, unions and other interests spent a record-setting $2.79 billion in 2007 on lobbying Washington officials for favorable policies, said a study from a watchdog group released on Thursday."

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Iraq Calm on the Surface, Simmering Beneath

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U.S. Fails to Move on Iraq Sexual Assault Complaints

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Protect America's Waters: The Clean Water Restoration Act

Restore The Clean Water Act
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Protect America's Waters: The Clean Water Restoration Act
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Studies on food additives and behaviour

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Destroying Public Education in America

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Fighting the Autism-Vaccine War

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Pentagon Delays Report on FBI Role in Detainee Abuse

Marisa Taylor reports for McClatchy Newspapers, "The release of a report on the FBI's role in the interrogations of prisoners in Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and Iraq has been delayed for months because the Pentagon is reviewing how much of it should remain classified, according to the Justice Department's watchdog."

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Arguments on Privilege for Miers and Bolton

The Associated Press reports: "President Bush’s refusal to let two confidants provide information to Congress about fired federal prosecutors represents the most expansive view of executive privilege since Watergate, the House Judiciary Committee told a federal judge Thursday."

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Third Guantanamo Detainee to Boycott Trial

Carol J. Williams reports for The Los Angeles Times, "A Sudanese prisoner with long ties to Osama bin Laden told the war-crimes tribunal here Thursday that the Sept. 11 attacks dealt heavy blows to US security and exposed the 'hypocrisy' behind American claims that it stands for equality and justice. Appearing at his arraignment, Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud Qosi refused to accept legal representation for his trial before the Pentagon's military commissions."

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Warmer seas, over-fishing spell disaster for oceans: scientists

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Hungerrevolten wegen explodierender Getreidepreise

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Let the World Learn from North American Farmers' Experience with GMOs

Prof. E. Ann Clark reviews the real scientific surveys that contradict every claim made by British academics regarding the benefits of GM crops in their government-funded ‘study’

I cannot fathom how British academics can still be quoted as saying that GM crops allow farmers to grow “high-quality food profitably”, in an “environmentally sensitive way”, and to attain “high yields while using less herbicide” [1] (see "UK Farmers Upbeat about GM Crops" Debunked, SiS 38). Roughly 99 percent of GM land on the planet is sown to just two traits - herbicide tolerance (HT) and Bt, which causes plants to synthesize their own insecticide. Nothing about quality.

Objective evidence of profitability is equally sparse, particularly if one factors in the lemon effect of lost markets due to the global rejection of GM. British growers might want to look for an article by Ian Mauro and Stef McLachlan at the University of Manitoba, Canada, due to appear in the journal Risk Analysis [2, 3] (Canadian Farmers’ Experience Exposes the Risks of GM Crops, SiS 38) This is the first ever publicly available survey in a peer reviewed journal of how Canadian farmers have been impacted by GM technology. It includes a quote by a Canadian farmer who said: “The loss of [European] markets due to GM had a huge financial impact. This was likely larger than the cost of controlling volunteers or benefit of easy weed control.”

This same 2003 survey of 370 farmers found that the greatest cited benefit among technology users (n=298) was operational, including timing and efficacy of weed control, facilitating farming of a larger landbase. Among 10 ranked benefits, increased yield was 6th and increased revenue ranked last. Among 10 cited risks, of greatest concern were loss of markets, loss of farmer rights under the Technology Use Agreement, higher seed costs, and lawsuits. Remember Percy Schmeiser (see Box)?

Schmeiser versus Monsanto

Percy and Louise Schmeiser are Saskatchewan canola growers and seedsavers. Monsanto accused them of patent infringement when the RR gene was found in some of the canola plants on their land. All allegations of theft or ‘brownbagging’ were withdrawn at the outset due to lack of evidence [4, 5] (Schmeiser's Battle for the Seed, SiS 19). The case went to the Supreme Court of Canada, which reached a split decision [6], and the Schmeisers did not have to pay Monsanto anything. In 2007, the Schmeisers received the Right Livelihood Award, generally regarded as the alternative Nobel Prize for their “courage in defending biodiversity and farmers’ rights” [7].

The Schmeisers are not alone. By 2005, Monsanto had filed 90 lawsuits against American farmers, and 147 farmers and 39 small businesses or farm companies have had to fight for their lives to avoid paying additional court costs, attorneys’ fees, and in some cases, costs incurred by Monsanto while investigating them [8] (Monsanto versus Farmers, SiS 26). The Center for Food Safety estimated that Monsanto has been awarded over $15 million by judgments granted in their favour.

So how about yield? Pay attention, British growers, to a recent USDA retrospective on GM in the US, which stated [9]: “Currently available GE [genetically-engineered] crops do not increase the yield potential of a hybrid variety. In fact, yield may even decrease if the varieties used to carry the herbicide-tolerant or insect-resistant genes are not the highest yielding cultivars.”

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Ihre Unterschrift gegen die Affenjagd

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The rights of an American

Liberty For All
by Rachel Mills

The rights of an American are (or used to be) Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of property. That means the right not to be killed, the right not to be messed with, and the right to try to acquire stuff. To further specify what they believed our rights to be, the founding fathers added a few addenda, namely the bill of rights, which all kind of spring from the first basic three. You have a right to believe how you want, speak your mind, and so does the press. You have a right to pack heat. You don’t have to be a bed and breakfast for the military, et cetera. Oh, and just in case we left any rights out, doesn’t mean they don’t exist... (written 04/04; posted 04/10/08)

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The military’s disintegrating family life

CounterPunch
by Jacob Hornberger

04/10/08

My hunch is that U.S. soldiers serving in Iraq who are experiencing despondency, depression, malaise, and disintegrating family life are suffering from much more than post-traumatic-stress-disorder arising from rough battlefield conditions. My hunch is that they are also suffering the consequences of severe guilt arising from being part of a military force that attacked another country needlessly. Every U.S. soldier knows that none of the people he killed (or maimed) ever attacked the United States and neither did their government or any of their countrymen. Deep down, every U.S. soldier in Iraq knows that he had no moral or legal right to kill the people he killed...

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Iraq’s realities (whoever is president)

Christian Science Monitor
by staff

04/11/08

President Bush all but admitted Thursday that the US has hit another wall in Iraq. This time it’s Army overstretch. He cut future tours for soldiers from 15 to 12 months. And the troop surge? It’s over this summer, despite fragile security in Iraq. So what other walls still remain? Many. And they’re not all in Iraq. They range from war fatigue in the US to weak Iraqi government to the rogue militias of Muqtada al-Sadr. The difficult task of picking which “walls” to ignore and which to break through in order to achieve a US withdrawal was the broad topic this week in Congress over two days of grilling the top US military commander and senior US diplomat in Iraq. Most of the lawmakers’ questions (including those from the three presidential candidates) simply reinforced campaign positions. Indeed, voters have crisp choices on Iraq between Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain. But unlike the last grilling of Army Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker six months ago, this one had an undertone of serious inquiry as the Bush era in Iraq draws to a close...

//www.csmonitor.com/2008/0411/p08s01-comv.html



Phil Donahue’s “War”

The Nation
by John Nichols

04/10/08

During the week that George W. Bush — with an assist from Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker — began demanding another $100 billion or so for his Iraq War, Phil Donahue began presenting the real face of the conflict. The daytime television pioneer, who from the 1960s to the ’90s taught America how to discuss uncomfortable topics, was doing it again with a remarkable antiwar documentary, Body of War, which went into national distribution just as Petraeus was telling Congress to forget about the ever mounting human and economic toll and give the war more time. Donahue was not just using his considerable prominence to pitch a project...

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Election 2008: US torture of terrorists

Hawaii Reporter
by Jim Kouri

04/10/08

A couple of months ago, when the US Defense Department proclaimed their desire to finally bring war crimes charges against six detainees for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, the goal was to jump-start the Bush Administration’s military tribunal mechanism. Sadly, military justice is proving itself to be slower than the snail’s pace civilian criminal justice system...

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Civil liberties groups challenge Data Retention Directive in ECJ

The Register [UK]

04/10/08

European civil liberties groups have lodged an objection to the EU’s Data Retention Directive with the European Court of Justice, claiming that the Directive breaches a fundamental right to privacy guaranteed in the European Convention on Human Rights.UK groups the Open Rights Group (ORG), Statewatch and Privacy International, amongst 40 others, have submitted their arguments in support of Ireland’s ongoing case to have the Directive repealed...

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Cheney, others OK’d harsh interrogations

Lincoln Courier

04/11/08

Bush administration officials from Vice President Dick Cheney on down signed off on using harsh interrogation techniques against suspected terrorists after asking the Justice Department to endorse their legality, The Associated Press has learned. The officials also took care to insulate President Bush from a series of meetings where CIA interrogation methods, including waterboarding, which simulates drowning, were discussed and ultimately approved...

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US trade deficit jumps to 62.3 billion dollars

The US trade deficit rose to 62.3 billion dollars in February from 59 billion a month earlier, as imports surged despite a weak dollar, the Commerce Department said Thursday.

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Longshoremen to close ports on West Coast to protest war occupation

Amid this political atmosphere, dockworkers of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union have decided to stop work for eight hours in all U.S. West Coast ports on May 1, International Workers' Day, to call for an end to the war occupation.

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Maliki Disagrees With Petraeus's 'Pause,' Says 'U.S. Troops Should Be Pulled Out'

There is one important decision-maker that Petraeus and Bush don't seem to be listening to: Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. The AP reports that Maliki told Bush yesterday that he "disagrees" with Petraeus's recommendation "citing the growing capabilities of Iraq's own security forces".

//thinkprogress.org/2008/04/10/maliki-disagrees-petraeus/



Gen. Petraeus insists U.S. needs to stay in Iraq indefinitely

Gen. David Petraeus said Tuesday that at least 140,000 U.S. troops should remain indefinitely in Iraq - and also appeared to move the goalposts for defining the success of their mission.

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Troop Levels Harming Military, Powell Says

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday that President George W. Bush's successor will have to come to grips with the reality that the United States cannot continue to keep such large numbers of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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What Motivates the Terrorists?

By Jacob G. Hornberger

Don't the American people and the British people owe it to themselves to accept reality with respect to their governments' foreign policies rather than live lives of falsehood and delusion? At least then, they would have a better grip on what their troops and citizenry are killing and dying for and what they are losing their liberty for.
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Veterans demand that Cheney and Bush are charged with war crimes



IVAW members seize National Archives Building in front of hundreds of surprised museum visitors. Response from visitors including teachers, students, vacationers was highly positive though there were a few horrified faces in the crowd. IVAW read the terms of our Citizens Arrest Warrant.

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Iraq Was Not A Preemptive War

By Nathan Gonzalez

Neither John McCain, nor the media for that matter, seem to know what a preemptive war actually is. The Iraq War, for one, was not a preemptive war, but a preventive one. There is a big difference.
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'Manageable Chaos in Iraq Suits Iran'

By Mark Tran

By invading Iraq, the US has removed a Sunni bulwark against Shia Iran.

It may surprise George Bush and his top commanders to hear that the US military presence in Iraq suits Iran down to the ground.

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With warning to Iran, Bush says U.S. troops in Iraq to have all time they need

The regime in Tehran has a choice to make, Bush said -- "to live in peace with its neighbor, enjoy strong economic and cultural and religious ties, or it could continue to arm and train and fund illegal militant groups, which are terrorizing the Iraqi people and turning them against Iran

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Iran and al Qaeda among greatest threats to U.S.: Bush

"If Iran makes the right choice, America will encourage a peaceful relationship between Iran and Iraq. If Iran makes the wrong choice, America will act to protect our interests and our troops and our Iraqi partners."

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US-Iran conflict likely to deepen

As the Bush administration draws closer to the end of its tenure in office, the prospect of a US military strike against Iran is increasing, partly caused by the serious misjudgment of each other's strategies.

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AUDIT FINDS MAJOR HAZARDS IN INTERIOR DEPARTMENT

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US Strikes Kill 10 in Iraq, Bush to Halt Troop Cuts

Noah Barkin reports for Reuters, "President George W. Bush on Thursday announced a suspension of US troop withdrawals from Iraq this summer to allow the military to reassess the security situation, as US air strikes killed 10 people in a Baghdad slum where dozens of people died in clashes this week."

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The Peak Oil Crisis: The First Shortages

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Iraq by the numbers: The 3 TRILLION dollar war

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THE DEATH PENALTY COSTS TOO MUCH?

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Catch 2,200: 9 Propositions on the U.S. Air War for Terror

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The Truth About Earmarks

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Defending the Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy of Our Founders

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Next-up news N°527

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Oil an unspeakable issue in most US media analyses of Iraq

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U.N. Official Calls for Study Of Neocons' Role in 9/11

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UN Human Rights Official Wants Investigation Into US Government Role In 9/11
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