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MARCH CALENDAR
Wed, March 9LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri, March 11BAD ASSED CHICKEN BONES
Sat, March 12JIMBO TROUT & THE FISH PEOPLE
Sun, March 13Open Mic w/Chris Brown
Wed, March 16LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri, March 18JONATHAN KORTY & Friends
Sat, March 19HOUSTON JONES
Sun, March 20Open Mic w/Chris Brown
Wed, March 23LARRY’S KARAOKE
Fri, March 25GOOD MEDICINE
Sat, March 26CHROME JOHNSON
Sun, March 27Open Mic w/Chris Brown
Wed, March 30Monthly Birthday
March, 2005 - Volume 30, Number 3

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ARTICLES:
CORPORATE LEADERS HAVE GIVEN UP ON FULL CIRCLE By Don Deane
  Dozens of people have come to me in the last few weeks with sadness and consternation that Bolinas' exceptional treatment program for kids is closing after 30 years of service for Marin and the rest of California.
Felony Kidnapping Charges Against West Marin Mom Are Dropped By Jim Scanlon
At a preliminary hearing on February 10, 2005, visiting judge Winslow Christian reduced to a Misdemeanor, the Felony.
"Intelligent Design" Promotes Ancient Heresies! And Implies A Diabolic Creator By Jim Scanlon
The long struggle of biblical fundamentalist Southern Baptists against evolution and the teaching of that subject in public schools
Easy Pickings The Lost Estate of Sophie Tucker Greenberg By Terri Alvillar
Susan Elliot can't sleep. Choking on misplaced guilt, Susan tortures herself for having been so weakened and grief stricken by the death of her mother and best friend
Media Frenzy Over Sara Nome Story By Jim Scanlon
All Her Visitors Monitored By Kaiser "I Feel Like I Am a Prisoner On Death Row" Reporters Milling Around Hospital
You Don't Deserve Brain Cancer-You Deserve The Facts By Amy Worthington
Some people appear to have an almost pathological emotional attachment to their cell phones and there is a fascinating suggestion that cell radiation pulses might actually be addictive to the human brain.
Kyoto Can't Save Us By Mark Hertsgaard, AlterNet
At the core of the global warming dilemma is a fact neither side of the debate likes to talk about: it is already too late to prevent global warming and the climate change it triggers.
Dramatic Change in West Antarctic Ice Could Produce 16-Foot Rise in Sea Levels By Michael McCarthy, Environment Editor
. Researchers from the Cambridge-based British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have discovered that a massive Antarctic ice sheet previously assumed to be stable may be starting to disintegrate
Psycho Feds Target Children By Rep. Ron Paul, MD
Every parent in America should be made aware of a presidential initiative called the "New Freedom Commission on Mental Health." This commission issued a report last year calling for the mandatory mental health screening of American schoolchildren
Can California Children Get Fair Treatment... By Jim Scanlon
Margaret Spelling the new federal Secretary of Education promised to work with state and local officials on the strict requirements of the "No Child Left Behind" law
US Scientists Say They Are Told to Alter Findings By Julie Cart
More than 200 scientists employed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service say they have been directed to alter official findings to lessen protections for plants and animals
Scott Ritter Says US Attack on Iran Planned for June By Mark Jensen
Scott Ritter, appearing with journalist Dahr Jamail on Feb. 19 in Washington State, dropped two shocking bombshells in a talk delivered to a packed house in Olympia's Capitol Theater
What the Rest of the World Saw on Inauguration Day By Joan Chittister, OSB
Dublin, on U.S. Inauguration Day, didn't seem to notice. Oh, they played a few clips that night of the American president saying, "The survival of liberty in our land increasingly depends on the success of liberty in other lands."
The Siren Wails For Three: Reducing Traffic Deaths And Injuries, Another Idea Whose Time Has Come By Stephen Simac
Another story about teenagers smashing a car or three up, dead bodies littered across the highway, cripples being loaded into ambulances. It's enough to really harsh your buzz
Mad Cows and Insane Bureaucrats
Despite repeated claims that "all is well." a third case of Mad Cow Disease has been confirmed in Canada
2018: The Magic Number By Mark Weisbrot
Bush is using fuzzy math to claim that in 13 years Social Security will be paying out more than it takes in.
New Report On Widespread Rocket Fuel Pollution In Food And Water
In February the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) released its long anticipated report on the human health effects of perchlorates, a byproduct of rocket fuel. Perchlorates
County Seeks Resident Feedback Through Survey
The Marin County Board of Supervisors in February authorized the County Administrator to work with Godbe Research to develop and conduct the County's first countywide community survey this spring
Depleted Uranium Deaths What Happened To The Test Tube Paradigm? By Dennis Kyne
These members of the 369th transportation battalion from New York City fought in Operation Desert Storm in 1991. They walked into the "test tube"-they were the "experiment"
The Great American Job Sell Out By Paul Craig Roberts
Americans are being sold out on the jobs front. Americans' employment opportunities are declining as a result of corporate outsourcing of US jobs, H-1B visas that import foreigners to displace Americans in their own country
Pastors for Peace Chiapas Caravan Send-off Dinner
For the benefit of Zapatista communities in Chiapas, a fund-raising dinner, film, discussion, and gift boutique will be held on Thursday, March 3, 6:00 p.m
Political Climate Change By Frank Scott
The Kyoto Accords that went into affect in February take a mincing step towards environmental sanity, but they are adamantly opposed by capital's most powerful religious fronts.
Zionists In Our Courts By Edward W. Miller, MD
On Friday, February 10, 2005 Civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart, after a tedious 7-month trial, was convicted on all five counts of conspiring to aid terrorists and lying to the government
SKEPTIC'S JOURNAL Ticky-Tacky on Tomales Bay By Jeanette Pontacq
The big red sign that surfaced on Mesa Road in Point Reyes Station at the end of January shouts "NEW HOMES!" The sign is part of an advertising blitz to sell market rate cottages that had originally been built as "affordable."
Ten Reasons For Warm Draft By Dwayne Hunn
Over 122 million voted in 2004. About half of them think half of America's politician driven policies are wasteful and weaken America.
Screw The Children By Molly Ivins, AlterNet
What's really sad about the budget is that all this damage is being done to real, living children-to save what is, in Washington terms, pennies.
"Wait! We can't stop here! This is BAT COUNTRY!" Hunter S. Thompson. July 18, 1936 - Feb. 20, 2005 By William Bertram
Some people simply refuse to die of old age or 'natural causes' or slip into that final holding pattern of unconsciousness and fade away slowly in some anonymous vegetative state
Letters To The Editor

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