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October, 2005 Volume 30, Number 10

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ARTICLES:
Shock And Awe In The Homeland-The Whole World Is Watching By Sandy Leon Vest
* * * * From the Gulf of Mexico to the Persian Gulf and beyond, a new wave of Shock and Awe is gripping the international community in t
Dozens Of The Living Left To Die In New Orleans Morgue By Sandy Leon Vest
Dr. Mark Perlmutter is an orthopedic surgeon in Pennsylvania who rushed to New Orleans after Katrina hit. What happened to him-and the horrors he w
Sierra Club Endorses "Death of an Estuary" By Josh Churchman
Bolinas Lagoon may hold the record for the most money spent on studies. The Sierra Club's spokesperson, Gordon Bennett is against any "restorat
Marin General Hospital Sutter's Assets And Profits Soar As Non-Profit Status Investigated By Karen Nakamura
The fight between the Marin community and Sutter Healthcare Corporation, which runs Marin General Hospital, continues. One of the main contentions
Most Under-Reported Stories Of 2004-2005
Project Censored at Sonoma State University has announced the annual release of the most un-reported stories of 2004-05. By Submission (1) Bush A
Bush, Homeland Security and FEMA Bring Chaos To The Big Easy By Carol Sterritt
During the last week of August and the first week in September, Americans witnessed a vision of apocalyptic weather and a government gone mad. On
Blackwater Down-Feds Hire Private Army For New Orleans By Jeremy Scahill,
The Nation. Posted September 22, 2005. The men from Blackwater USA arrived in New Orleans right after Katrina hit. The company known for its pri
Latest National Park Outrage: Plan To Sell Parks And Commercialize National Treasures
WASHINGTON, DC September 26, 2005: The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees (CNPSR), a watchdog group of 425 NPS veterans accounting for 12,000
Carter Says Gore Won 2000 Election By John Byrne
Former US president Jimmy Carter delivered a shocker at an American University panel in Washington Monday: RAW STORY has learned he told the crowd
Arnold's End-run Around Democracy-Prop 78 and 79 By Karen Nakamura
The November 4 election is getting harder to avoid. Obviously, Arnold is using his special election for an end-run around the legislature. He says
The Federal Govt. "Did It's Job" By G. Edward Griffin
2005 September 16 There has been widespread criticism of the response of US officials to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005. The tone of th
Fear And Loathing In Marin: An Affordable Housing Oddysey By Stephen Simac
I was a Hurricane Katrina refugee. Or at least I would have been if I'd followed through on my plans to visit the Big Easy before Labor Day. Howev
Federal Agency's Proposal Fails Nation's Fish And Fishermen
Magnuson-Stevens Act Reauthorization Proposal Lowers Decade-old Protections PORTLAND, OR - The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) proposed
Simon Wiesenthal
The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation extends its sympathy for the death of Mr. Simon Wiesenthal. Mr. Wiesenthal's deeds have been an i
Beyond Treason-Video Explains How Depleted Uranium Kills For 4.5 Billion Years
The Story behind the Cover-up of Depleted Uranium (DU) Exposure, Chemical & Biological Exposure, and Experimental Vaccinations by Ex Air Force Cap
Ten Year Commemoration Of Vision Fire
Berkeley, CA-Ten years after a devastating six-day wildfire swept through 12,000 acres of Point Reyes National Seashore and consumed 45 homes on ne
The Terrorism of Race and Poverty By Frank Scott
The world's most over developed military power is its most under developed nation in matters of real human security. Almost maniacally prepared for
We Immigrants By Edward W. Miller, M.D.
your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my la
Moo Town News What A Stinkeroo By Judy Borello
The catastrophe that inundated Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama brought into mind how we would fare under a similar situation since we live on an
Skeptic's Journal Stuff Happens-Be Prepared By Jeanette Pontaque
The general consensus is that "things" are not going very well these days. Each person probably has a different personal definition of what those "
Connecting The Dots By Larry Kelley
Do you know where your taxes are? Neither does your government. While all eyes are on the Gulf Coast and the multi-billion dollar reconstructio
The News Media Are Knocking Bush-and Propping Him Up By Norman Solomon
This month we've heard a lot of talk about journalists who got tough with President Bush. And it's true that he has been on the receiving end of so

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