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November, 2004 - Volume 29, Number 11

(415)868-1600 - (415)868-0502(fax) - P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA, 94924

Bad Turning Point Reached In Iraq From Baghdad: A Wall Street Journal Reporter's E-Mail To Friends By Farnaz Fassihi
  Being a foreign correspondent in Baghdad these days is like being under virtual house arrest. Forget about the reasons that lured me to this job
A Million Tons Of CO2 An Hour Global Warming Will Kill The Ocean By Jim Scanlon
Right now, excess carbon dioxide in our atmosphere from burning fossil fuels is entering our oceans at the astounding rate of 1 million metric tons per hour.
Climate Fears on Sharp CO2 Rise
An unexplained rise in levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the Earth's atmosphere has raised fears global warming is speeding up, according to reports.
November 2004-The Media, The Pollsters, And Takin' It To The Streets By Carol Sterritt
The Ring Wraiths come out while we are using the ring to gain invisibility. Half of us are Frodo the RingBearer and Half of Us are Samwise. The ring must be thrown back into the volcano of doom. It seems impossible, and we ask, how?
The Days of Penitence: Gaza Sinks In A Sea of Blood By Mohammed Omer
Jabalya Camp, Northern Gaza: It smells unbelievably bad here. To walk down any street-if you dare to-you skirt, or sometimes unavoidably walk through, pools of blood.
Marin General Still In Certification Jeopardy By Karen Nakamura
Election day is here again and the political future one of the Marin County's more contentious boards is again being decided.
November 2004-The Media, The Pollsters, And Takin' It To The Streets By Carol Sterritt
The Ring Wraiths come out while we are using the ring to gain invisibility. Half of us are Frodo the RingBearer and Half of Us are Samwise. The ring must be thrown back into the volcano of doom. It seems impossible, and we ask, how?
Report Supressed That Marijuana Components Can Inhibit Cancer Growth By Paul Armentano
Clinical research touted by the journal of the American Association for Cancer Research that shows marijuana's components can inhibit the growth of cancerous brain tumors
Faye D'Opal For Judge
The Coastal Post believes Faye D'Opal deserves to be elected to the Marin Superior Court.
Soldiers Once ... And Young By Tai Moses
After serving a 12-month tour of duty in Iraq last year, Marine Lance Corporal Jeff Lucey returned home to his relieved family with no injuries - or at least none that were visible
Cell Phone Use Doubles Risk Of Rare Cancers By Jim Scanlon
Two relatively small public health studies, one in Sweden, the other in Denmark report the first clear evidence that mobile telephone use increases the risk of a benign (non invasive) head tumor.
Goering's Law By Jim Scanlon
In "Mystery in the Heartland" in the October 7, 2004 edition of The New York Review of Books, Jason Epstein, the founder of the NY Review, quotes the German World War I war hero, and World War II war criminal Hermann Goering
Grand Jury Criticizes Supervisors' "Gambling" With Public Health By Jim Scanlon
The 2004 Civil Grand Jury criticized the Board of Supervisors for "... rolling the dice when it comes to risk to public health"
Three More Birds Victims of West Nile
(Cotati), California October 21, 2004: the presence of West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in Sonoma and Marin county. WNV is a viral disease of birds that can be transmitted to humans by a mosquito that has fed on an infected bird.
OEHHA Advisory On Fish In Tomales Bay
The California Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has finalized a fish advisory concerning elevated levels of mercury in fish in Tomales Bay in Marin County.
Bush's Crimes Against Nature By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
I've written a book about Bush's environmental record, but it's not so much about the environment as it is about an excess of corporate power and the corrosive impact of that on our democracy.
Haiti Halloween Benefit Oct. 31
Kevin Pina, freelance journalist and documentary filmmaker, will show his most recent video footage
Reward Offered For Bolinas M-80 Victim
On Sunday, 09-06-04, James Brogan of Bolinas was seriously injured by an M-80 or similar explosive device. This occurred while Mr. Brogan was sitting on the beach
Something Bad Has Begun The former Cat Stevens says he hasn't changed but the U.S. has. By Yusuf Islam
Yusuf Islam, the singer formerly known as Cat Stevens, was deported to Britain last week after being refused entry into the United States.
After the Vote By Frank Scott
A minority of the electorate will have chosen a president who serves wealth, empire and Israel.
Our Barbarians At Iraqi Gates By Edward W. Miller
"After WW1 Churchill attended the Cairo Conference where the British decided the future of most of the Middle East we laid the borders of Iraq and for what Churchill would ...refer to as the " hell disaster" of Palestine
Moo Town News Get With It By Judy Borello
By the time many of you will read this column, the election will be over at least superficially and either the Republicans or the Democrats will be elated.
We don't need no stinkin' dope votes By Jules Siegel
Doper support will be the kiss of death for Kerry, subscribers sneered on massively liberal when I posted the news that voters were being registered at the Washington State Hempfest.
The Grief Of Baghdad By Evan Derkacz
The painful stories and pictures of some of the 16,000 American soldiers-like Cpl. Tyson Johnson -wounded in Iraq might move Americans to action. Maybe that's why we don't see them in the mainstream media.
Letters To The Editor

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