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Kim Sengupta 10.03.2004 05:43
US Forces Accused of Looting, Torture and Death in Afghanistan
American forces in Afghanistan have been accused of flouting international law with arbitrary arrests, torture and killing of prisoners in a report by Humand Rights Watch.

Soldiers are accused of using unprovoked deadly force in capturing civilians, some of whom were then allegedly subjected to cruel and inhumane treatment leading to deaths in custody. It is also alleged that looting has taken place during searches of homes.

The report says the situation at Guantanamo Bay is being replicated many times in Afghanistan, with detainees being held in even worse conditions at the military bases of Bagram, Kandahar, Jalalabad and Asadabad.

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William M. Arkin 10.03.2004 05:32
The Pentagon's Secret Scream
the Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) Marines arriving in Iraq this month as part of a massive troop rotation will bring with them a high-tech weapon never before used in combat or in peacekeeping. The device is a powerful megaphone the size of a satellite dish that can deliver recorded warnings in Arabic and, on command, emit a piercing tone so excruciating to humans, its boosters say, that it causes crowds to disperse, clears buildings and repels intruders.

"[For] most people, even if they plug their ears, [the device] will produce the equivalent of an instant migraine," says Woody Norris, chairman of American Technology Corp., the San Diego firm that produces the weapon. "It will knock [some people] on their knees."

The new megaphone being deployed to Iraq can operate at 145 decibels at 300 yards, according to American Technology, well above the normal threshold for pain. The company posits a scenario in which Al Qaeda terrorists would run screaming from caves after being subjected to a blast of high-decibel sound from the devices, their hands covering their ears. But in Baghdad or other Iraqi towns, where there are crowds and buildings, the sick and elderly, as well as children, are likely to be in the weapon's range.

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Stefan Deges 10.03.2004 05:07
Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman on Economic Policy
"The number of jobs in the US has fallen three million since the Texan assumed command. The president obviously doesn't want to admit that the Bush philosophy based on tax cuts for the rich doesn't work. Cheating, cronyism and incompetence mark the policy of the White House.."

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Kirsten Anderberg 10.03.2004 05:06
Passionate Learning: School Authority Versus Teaching Excellence
What makes a good or bad teacher? I think teachers who only offer the obvious, asking for rote regurgitation of facts and dates, turn students off to learning...with quality instruction, you can give students a passion for learning, instead of a repulsion at authoritarian education...

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Natasha Saulnier 10.03.2004 05:04
The Forgotten Soldiers of Operation 'Iraqi Freedom'
Maurice, Victor, Steve, and Rob are just a few of the thousands of GI's returning from Iraq -- often with one or more limbs amputated, flown in with little notice under the cover of night and brought to Walter Reed military Hospital in Washington, D.C. Here, they're operated on, treated, fitted with prosthetics when possible, generally medicated, and given psychological and physical therapy. For the record, Walter Reed is the hospital where wounded soldiers returning from Vietnam went. No fanfare for these heroes. On top of the injuries they've had to endure to their bodies and hearts, they come home to be ignored by mainstream American media.

"They come here [to Walter Reed Hospital]19 or 20 old and when I see them leaving with missing limbs - I've seen up to 3 limbs gone off people and I don't think in our generation, we've seen this amount of harm done to young people", explained Major General Delaune on public radio in Minnesota. "During the Gulf War, there were about 3 soldiers wounded for every death. In the current Iraq war, there are 7 wounded for every death", says an article titled "New Technologies and Medical Practices Save Lives in Iraq" in a Knight-Ridder newspaper. The facts support this statement: the Kevlar vests the soldiers now wear save lives, not limbs. England's newspaper The Guardian reports that the medical personnel, overwhelmed, work 70-80 hours a week, and according to CBS, Washington's largest military hospital has had to borrow beds from its cancer ward to meet the swollen needs of its prosthetics ward. Still the hospital can't handle the load, and several wounded soldiers are being put up in a nearby hotel.

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Chris Floyd 10.03.2004 04:49
Uncle Sugar: How the WMD Scam Put Money in the Bu$h Family's Pockets
Uncle Sugar:  William H.T. We're not talking here of the family's well-known association with the Carlyle Group, the world-bestriding "private equity" firm whose massive war-machine holdings have been so greatly engorged by Bush Jr.'s sack of Baghdad.

No, today we're dealing with Pop's brother, William, uncle of the current president.

William Bush is a director of Engineered Support Systems Inc. (ESSI), a supplier of high-tech military goods to--well, to the highest bidder. Just last year they sold $13 million worth of advanced radar gear to upgrade Communist China's fleet of fighter jets--you know, the kind that force down U.S. spy planes with such aplomb. This is just par for the family course, however; William's brother, Prescott Jr., is head of the America-China Chamber of Commerce, while Pretzel's brother Neil is in bed with the son of former Communist chieftain Jiang Zemin.

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Michael Buchanan 10.03.2004 04:14
Never Mind al-Qaeda, Give Us Enough Rope Dept. - Obesity Becoming Top US Killer
The US government is trying to encourage Americans to exercise A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says obesity is likely to become the country's biggest preventable killer. This is the latest work showing widespread weight gain among Americans of all ages.

"We're just too fat," Health Secretary Tommy Thompson said at the unveiling of the study.

It found that poor diet and lack of exercise caused 400,000 deaths in the US in the year 2000.

That figure represents a 33% jump since 1990.

If current trends continue, then obesity will shortly overtake smoking as the single biggest cause of preventable deaths in the United States.

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Rodger Doyle 10.03.2004 04:14
The deindustrialization of America
In their view, imports from developing countries have a relatively minor role; rather, faster productivity growth in manufacturing as compared with services plays the major part.

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Mark Almberg 10.03.2004 04:03
US war on Colombian rebels escalates
The beginning of the new year has coincided with a new, menacing increase in U.S. hostilities against the Colombian guerrilla movement, particularly against the 40-year-old Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). A number of signs point to a possible U.S. invasion of that country in the months ahead.

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XXX 10.03.2004 03:51
FBI threatens DeVoy - 2002
We are posting the first threats to harass DeVoy which were posted by an FBI agent in 2002. Do not delete these as we are preserving the evidence by posting it here.

These threats can be traced to the FBI and they indicated exactly what they intend to do to DeVoy. They then followed through, but with libel and defamation, by creating the KOBEHQ website.

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Bodacious Classics Intergalatic Refueling Station 10.03.2004 03:01
Stan Romanek UFO Contactee Case; UFOs Sightings & Video
Mar. 11, 2004; 7:00pm
Video / Information / Discussion
Stan Romanek, UFOs Sightings/Contact
Bodacious Classics Intergalactic Refueling Station
2433 S.E. Powell Blvd.

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george bailey 10.03.2004 03:01
Drug War Film Festival
911 and the BC Compassion Club Society present:
DRUG WAR FILM FESTIVAL
Friday, March 12 8pm
$6 / $4 (911 members)

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spArk 10.03.2004 02:09
Neighbors oppose new bar in Seven Corners area
The future of the Seven Corners area of Southeast Portland was once more the center of discussion and contention tonight, at a meeting between the Hosford-Abernathy Neighborhood Association (HAND) and the "Opal Corporation", which is made up of four individuals who want to open a bar called "the Night Light Lounge" at 21st & Clinton. Just around the corner from the new New Seasons, and down the street from the planned Starbucks, this establishment is one more example of how quickly Seven Corners is changing these days, and how little (if any) power that neighborhood residents have over what happens in the places they live.

The subject of tonight's meeting, which was facilitated by Eric, a man from the city's office of neighborhood involvement, was a "Good Neighbor Agreement" that Opal has been discussing with HAND over the course of several meetings. HAND has already come out in opposition to Opal's application to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC). The application is for a "limited on-premise license" for beer, wine, malt beverages and cider that would let the Night Light sell those alcoholic beverages until 2:30am, the latest time allowed by Oregon State Law. It's my understanding that Opal wants to stay open that late in order to cater to the twenty- and thirty-somethings around town who work at other bars and restaurants and want someplace to go after work. HAND has offered to withdraw its opposition to the OLCC license if a Good Neighbor Agreement is signed. By the end of the meeting, however, no agreement had been reached, but a lot was revealed about the state of The System.


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ANTHONY BREZNICAN 10.03.2004 00:48
Ratings needed for smoking films
Give all smoking movies an R rating, make the assholes lose money.

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Fay stender 10.03.2004 00:45
Rich makken
I am a collective member at laughing horse books and I want to know some things. I hope someone can help us. I do know that many of us have come across this communities RICH MAKKEN issue but are severly un-informed. The Baby i'm a manarchist zine is NOT enough, we need more. Those who know, TEACH. I feel the community needs to act now and end this confusion about this alleged sex offender.

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al 10.03.2004 00:30
Bu$h Supporters Not Signing Up, so Pentagon Lies to Troops to Boost Re-Enlistments
That flood of patriotic dittoheads has not happened at the military recruiting stations, Bu$h millionaire supporters are giving their money but not their kids to the Middle East crusade!

So what else to do but use lies and fear about families losing all benefits to get the jarheads to re-up before they ship out for empire duty in Mesopotamia?

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Ralph Nader 09.03.2004 22:59
Alan Greenspan and Social Security
.. why didn't the Chairman recall the projections by the Social Security trustees who tell us that the retirement fund is solid until 2042 without any changes or benefit cuts, based on an average GDP growth rate of 1.7 percent annually? The latter figure is very conservative. For the past 50 years the average GDP growth rate has been well over three percent.

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SteveHatesHighSchool 09.03.2004 22:48
Model Presidential Nominating Convention Starts Tomorrow
Model Presidential Nominating Convention starts tomorrow and runs until Friday

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SHANNON DININNY 09.03.2004 22:36
Washington state concerned more waste will go to Hanford
The Dept. of Energy wants to bring nuclear waste from other DOE sites to Hanford.

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Red Suspenders 09.03.2004 22:05
North Portland Police Precinct in the news again
Today's Snoregonion had a little article about a police officer shooting himself in the leg. Their words were something along the lines of "his gun discharged in the office" Gosh, that must have caused quite a scare.

Breaking news here- firearms tend to make holes in people and things. Usually this is not a good thing.

I've always held the belief that most cops should not carry handguns. Put a good rifle or shotgun in the car, only get it out when theres a good chance they need it. Most any rifle or shotgun is a much "better" weapon than any pistol.

Certainly they shouldn't be carrying those silly semi-automatics. A 38 special is more than adequete. Officers who really feel like they need a surrogate penis could apply for permission to carry a 357 for awesome noise and the ability to shoot thru telephone poles, engine blocks, and concrete block walls.

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tree 09.03.2004 21:56
Public Corruption
From the whitehouse briefing today

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al-masakin 09.03.2004 21:09
Support the New International
The American red fraction, deriving its political genealogy from Marx, Engles, Lenin, Stalin and Mao in direct succession to Comrade Chiang Ching and finally Chairman Gonzalo, assert that it is the interest of American communists to support the development of a new International to place to place Maoism in the position of being the sole command and guide of world revolution; to pursue the struggle to beat back right deviationist attempts to reverse correct verdicts to its completion and found militarized communist parties in every country, especially the United States.

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salvationinc. 09.03.2004 20:07
Operation Ashcroft
With our Attorney Gen under the knife, it's our time to wish him the best recovery.

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jlii 09.03.2004 19:51
Get a Job
Crude justice in Iraq, Halliburton Stiffs Food Contractor. OR when you eat with pigs the shit's free

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Hawthorne pedestrian 09.03.2004 19:44
Cyclists: Show some freakin' courtesy!
A few jerk cyclists are giving the rest of Portland's cyclists a bad name.

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repost The Black Commentator 09.03.2004 19:33
Colin Powell, the Gangster of Haiti
the low-down on the US invasion from the venerable theblackcommentator.com

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Philip Gomez 09.03.2004 19:21
Fear and Faith
A short story about three idealists and their dialogue the day before an action.

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Jason Leopold 09.03.2004 19:11
Cheney Covered-Up Pakistani Nuclear Proliferation
Cheney desperately wanted to sell F-16 fighter planes to  Pakistan In 1989 Richard Barlow, a young intelligence analyst working for the Pentagon prepared a shocking report for Cheney, who was then working as Secretary of Defense under the first President Bush administration: Pakistan built an atomic bomb and was selling its nuclear equipment to countries the U.S. said was sponsoring terrorism.

Widespread release of this report would have triggered a congressionally mandated cutoff of aid to the country, a key ally in the CIA's efforts to support Afghan rebels fighting a pro-Soviet government. It also would have killed a $1.4-billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Islamabad.

Cheney dismissed Barlow's report because he desperately wanted to sell Pakistan the F-16 fighter planes. Several months later, a Pentagon official was told by Cheney to downplay Pakistan's nuclear capabilities when he testified on the threat before Congress. Barlow complained to his bosses at the Pentagon and was fired.

Ironically, Pakistan, critics say, was let off the hook last month so the U.S. could use its borders to hunt for al-Qaeda leader and 9-11 mastermind Osama bin Laden.

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MK 09.03.2004 18:19
Peak oil and mental health
Looking for input

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Eugeny 09.03.2004 18:09
Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Eugene Police Officer
City Should Pay

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Ray McGovern 09.03.2004 18:05
Synchronized Media and the Club of the "Mad"
"Powell's speech was a fiasco because he presented faqbricated "evidence" and stood like a dope before the world public. In the US, the speech was hardly recognized as propaganda..The US media is uncritical and unprofessional.." translated from the German in Freitag

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People's Food Co-op 09.03.2004 17:31
Free Gardening Workshop at People's Food Co-op 3/27
garden copy On Saturday March 27th from 2pm to 4pm in the People's Community Room (located upstairs at the People's Food Co-op, 3029 SE 21st Ave, 1 block North of Powell), People's Food Co-op will be offering a free Gardening Workshop. This event is open to everyone.

The Gardening Workshop will cover the many aspects of organic urban vegetable and flower growing including soil preparation & nutrient maintenance using USDA Organic Standards, seed starting and planting seeds directly, companion planting, beneficial flowers, and Farmers' Market growing.

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67 YEAR-OLD 09.03.2004 16:48
REAL CHOICE for working people
Maybe you're a dedicated revolutionary, so you'll vote for Bush to "bring 'em on!" But if you are a working person, you might want to consider the reality that you may actually have a choice in the 2004 presidential election ! ! Maybe not as much of a choice as you would like, but a choice all the same affecting your future. Columnist for the London Sunday Times (quoted in part below) makes the point.

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m 09.03.2004 16:23
A vote for Bush is a vote for Bush
A vote for Bush is a vote for Bush

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repost guardian 09.03.2004 16:19
An Empty Sort of Freedom
the only way out of this chaos is through the direct power of the real people of Iraq, the progressive, secular masses(just like in the US)

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pp 09.03.2004 15:44
Ashcroft's gall
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Surgeons successfully removed Attorney General John Ashcroft's gallbladder on Tuesday to prevent a recurrence of the gallstone-caused pancreatitis that sent him to intensive care.

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adina 09.03.2004 15:03
Queer Youth Affected????
Now that gay marriage is legal in mult. county, what has changed? Queer kids are hearing all of this, but how much is really penetrating?

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Dire Wolf 09.03.2004 14:56
US plane 'carrying soldiers' is seized in Harare
Brits or Yanks or "you know who"? "It was Al Qaeda. Honest! I mean, hey, would we DO a thing like that?"

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Salmon Girl 09.03.2004 14:54
Take Action Against "Outsourcing"
Outsourcing: sounds so harmless, doesn't it? A somewhat vague and professional buzzword, like "synergy" or "knowledge transfer": something that doesn't have any real impact or meaning. Well, outsourcing is the theft and destruction of American jobs and we've got to wake up and fight it NOW.

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posted by Jason/from washington post 09.03.2004 13:29
Bush tells a bit of truth--oops.
This is a repost of a section of the 'white house press briefing' on the Washington Post web site. Bush attented a rodeo.

Notice the last sentance.

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you know. 09.03.2004 13:19
A Vote For Bush is a Vote For Revolution
When I was younger, I was very interested in the 1960's. The vietname war, the music, the movies, the art, the protests. The love, all of that stuff makes a young person think that change is possible that another world is possible it made me beleive that we could win. I wondered whatever happened to the people that were protesting war in the 60's and actively pushing for change in this country and the world.

I found out that those people went underground, were jailed, were outright murdered, were duped back into society, etc etc etc. There is the Weather Undergroud, active force of revolution springing for Students for a Democratic Society. There was the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army, the Yippies, numerous names that are no longer remembered of community based/student organizations. These are gone now. Why?

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JR 09.03.2004 12:48
Is US influence in Iraq declining?
Recent AP articles become increasingly enigmatic, unreadable

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BIKEHEAD 09.03.2004 12:21
OUR RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE
our right to assemble!!!

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PAUL KRUGMAN 09.03.2004 12:07
Wishful thinking on Jobs
What you see in this chart is the signature of a corrupted policy process, in which political propaganda takes the place of professional analysis.

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yak 09.03.2004 11:24
Logging the underwater forests
Very interesting piece on a company in B.C. Not to advocate in favor of hydroelectric dams, but for those that already exist this seems like a viable alternative to the current administration's forest plans. No word in the article on possible environmental damage caused by the "Sawfish," but they do mention the benefits to boaters.

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Dire Wolf 09.03.2004 11:18
New Toy for Homeland Security : All for are protection, Don't you feel safer
The Army's new Smar Truck lll concept, designed for America's homeland security, or for use in a war zone, sits outside Cobo Center March 6, 2004 before being put on display for it's March 8 unveilling at the Society of Automotive Engineers 2004 World Congress.

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sasn@truffula.net 09.03.2004 10:37
South Africa solidarity gathering
As seen in "Fourth World War"...
South Africa:
a new resistance rising
Ten years after Mandela's election, the people are angry. Join us at an informational organizing and planning gathering this week:
7pm Wednesday 10 March Laughing Horse Books SE 37th & Division

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Brent 09.03.2004 10:08
Bush 9-11 conspiracy video
The 'smoking gun' or should I say 'smoking building' video...

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John Paul Cupp 09.03.2004 09:36
Nations of Periphery Have a Right to Weapons of Mass Destruction!!!
March 8th Editorial Statement of the Iraqi Resistance Solidarity Network.

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paying attention 09.03.2004 09:06
Nightline reveals cold, hard truth
Sometimes the mainstream media tells the truth. On March 2, 2004, Nightline did.

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rte 09.03.2004 08:58
RACIST US caught at it again! Attempting to overthrow a legal government headed by Blacks
This is YET ANOTHER proof that devil bush and his legions from hell are a bunch of conniving lying inept imbeciles from hell. Here he is trying to do the same he did to Aristide in Zimbabwe. The RACISM in this administration is absolutely intolerable. I hope that Mugabe shows the world the links leading right to the White House and that he executes any and all involved in this racist attempt at a coup.

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dailygrind 09.03.2004 08:30
The Daily Grind 3/9/04
Grinding daily...

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Jack Dalton 09.03.2004 08:25
Spies, Lies and a Flash from the Past, a.k.a., America's "Crisis" of Democracy
Without the voice of dissent demanding accountability from elected officials can we remain what we profess to be, a Democratic nation? I think not.

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Rebecca 09.03.2004 08:20
Unemployment benefits? NOT!
I am having a very hard time getting unemployement benefits even though I was fired during a downsizing of the the company. How many others are being denied benefits? If we are denied, then we are not counted as the unemployed. WHAT?

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Relay 09.03.2004 08:15
Commentary on Oregon Electric Utility Company's Filing to Acquire PGE
items of interest in "oregon electric utility company, llc" filing for approval to acquire pge

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Kirsten Anderberg 09.03.2004 08:03
No Free Speech in Seattle's Public Market
The PRIVATE Public Market in Seattle When a town wants to ban free speech, the first thing they do is ban street performance and then label all political speech activity as street performance, thereby prohibiting free speech via street performance ordinances...This technique of squashing 1st Amendment rights has been effectively employed, in my opinion, by Seattle...

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CBLOC/PCASC 09.03.2004 07:57
Update: 17 Days until Elections in El Salvador; Violence and Provocation Continue
This is a repost from the PCASC/CBLOC email list. It was sent out last thursday, so in reality there are around 1 days left before the elections.

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Brent Herbert 09.03.2004 07:24
Peak Oil, Mad Cow, and 9-11 - connecting the dots
Or, how to 'protect consumer confidence' by protecting corporate special interest groups...

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repost 09.03.2004 07:23
N. Ireland ex-cons barred from U of O event
The Ottawa Citizen
N. Ireland ex-cons barred from U of O event
Pauline Tam

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Oscar Tritt 09.03.2004 07:20
WMD found in Iraq - Bush surges ahead of Kerry in Polls
A clearly jubilant Dubya announced that extremely strong radiation readings had been detected underneath a school in Central Bagdad.

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