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SEPTEMBER CALENDAR
Fri. Aug. 31, 9-1 hip hop SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Sat. Sept. 1, 9-1 country THE BAR ASSOCIATION
Sun. Sept 2, 8-12, OPEN MIC with THE PINKS
Mon. Sept. 3 rock, CHROME JOHNSON
Tues. Sept. 4. LABOR DAY STREET PARTY 12-6
8-12, French gypsy music D J I I N
Weds. Sept. 5 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Sept, 8-12, psychedelic folk f/Texas HEADDRESS also
folk/blues GOLDEN ANIMALS
Fri. Sept. 7, 9-1, rock JEB BRADY BAND
Sat. Sept. 8, 9-1, TOM FINCH BAND
Sun. Sept. 9, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/ADAM
Mon. Sept. 10, 9-12, Hip Hop SPIN
Wed. Sept. 12, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Sept. 13, 8-12, Herbie Kritzer's HERBIVORE
Fri. Sept. 14, 9-1, RAYMOND VICTOR DUO
Sat. Sept. 15, 9-1 blues RAYMOND VICTOR BAND
Sun. Sept. 16, 8-11, OPEN MIC with ADAM
Mon. July 17, 8-12, Hip Hop SPIN
Wed. Sept. 19, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Sept. 20, 8-12, to be announced Fri. Sept. 21, 9-1, hip hop
SUCKER FREE FRIDAY Sat. Sept. 22, 9-1, blue grass
BURNING EMBERS Sun. Sept. 23, 8-11,
OPEN MIC Mon. Sept. 24, 8-12,
Hip Hop SPIN Wed. Sept. 26, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Sept. 27, 8-12, STEFANIE KEYS
Fri. Sept. 28, 9-1, folk rock GOOD MEDICINE
Sat. Sept. 29, 9-1, JIMBO TROUT & THE FISH PEOPLE
Sun. Sept. 30, 8-12, OPEN MIC with ADAM
September, 2007 Volume 31, Number 09

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ARTICLES:
Conservatorship: The Case of Steven Charles Laughton By Terri Alvillar
All persons should know the meaning of the words conservatorship, conservator, and conservatee. It is vital to the protection of one's life, assets
The Coastal Post Needs A Little Help
The Coastal Post is free. It has been free for 32 years and will stay free as long as I am the publisher. That means the paper is free to YOU. Unf
Ranching no longer....? By Jeanette M. Pontacq
Driving along California Highway One northbound from Stinson Beach to Olema, you pass a Victorian ranch house on the left. Because it is not at a
Local Briefs for September 2007 By Coastal Post Staff
Love Field/Point Reyes Station Recent events held on Love Field have triggered officials' thoughts of the future of that beloved field of dreams.
Nonconformity as the Norm/Berkeley & San Francisco by Christian Ghasarian/ Le Monde Diplomatique/August 2007
Nobody notices what you choose to look like on the campus of the University of California/Berkeley or in the city of San Francisco. The wildest e
Hopeful Horizon For Marin General Hospital By Norman Carrigg, M.D.
The local daily and the local weekly label the elected Marin Healthcare District board "dysfunctional." They are wrong as board events of August ma
The Park Service is DEAD Wrong! CP Staff Analysis
The local Park Service attempt to eradicate most of the Axis and Fallow deer in the Point Reyes National Seashore has finished up its first phase.
The Bolinas Lagoon Dilemma By Josh Churchman
Everybody can see the Bolinas Lagoon is now more mod flat than it is water at low tide. Even the science community that has studied the situation
Dick Cheney Really Is That Bad By Scott Ritter, Truthdig
Karl Rove, interchangeably known as "Boy Genius" or "Turd Blossom," has left the White House. The press conference announcing his decision to res
Marijuana Dealers/Growers Offer Schwarzenegger One Billion Dollars By Cliff Schaffer
August 6 -- A coalition of California marijuana growers and dealers has offered Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger one billion dollars to solve the cur
10 Steps Toward Dictatorship -- Read it and ...ACT! Prison Planet | August 7, 2007 By Paul Joseph Watson
Here are the top ten advances towards tyranny in the United States during the tenure of the Bush administration, from the Patriot Act to the latest
Coalition to Block the North American Union Meets in Canada
August 20, 2007 Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center, a grassroots activist organization located in suburban Washington, DC spoke t
Bush Bunker Crew's Legacy: "Dangerous Losers" By Bernard Weiner, The Crisis Papers
President Lyndon Johnson gave up his chance for re-election in hopes that the ongoing Vietnam War eventually would resurrect his political reputa
California Homeless Program Is Cut Schwarzenegger kills a $55-million initiative that helps the mentally ill, then signs the budget. Counties and cities can fund it, an aide says. By Scott Gold, Lee Romney and Evan Halper
LA Times Staff Writers August 25, 2007 SACRAMENTO -- Making good on a promise to trim the state budget, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger eliminated a $55
A Man-Made Ruination Can You Hear the Cries from Gaza? By SONJA KARKAR
No one seems to hear the cries from Gaza enough to act, despite the reports that talk about imminent economic collapse, dangerous food shortages, t
American Misdeeds- Haiti Documentary: Kill The Bandets!
Bay Area filmmaker and journalist Kevin Pina will introduce his 2007 documentary "HAITI: We Must Kill the Bandits" at the First United Methodist C
How Bush Gained the Power To Spy on You Without Security Justifications By Aziz Huq, TheNation.com
After enduring weeks of blistering criticism for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales's inartful elisions about the National Security Agency (NSA) spy
Job Seekers Must Obtain Homeland Security Approval By Adam Thomas
US citizens and other residents will require prior approval from Department of Homeland Security to get a job, under new immigration guidelines in
How the Democrats Blew It in Only Eight Months By Alexander Cockburn, The Nation
Led by Democrats since the start of this year, Congress now has a "confidence" rating of 14 percent, the lowest since Gallup started asking the que
The Voice of Palestine Gaza: The Auschwitz Of Our Time By Khalid Amayreh
in occupied Jerusalem In 1940, several months after invading Poland in September 1939, the Nazis forced about 500,000 Jews into the Warsaw Ghetto,
Chinese Authorities Detain Monks, Others After Tibetan-Muslim Clashes
KATHMANDU-Authorities in the northwestern Chinese province of Qinghai have detained up to 20 people, including two senior monks, after violent clas
Bolinas Whale Woman
Participation in an event, scheduled in Australia for early September, reminded me of the Bolinas Whale Woman, a pioneer in cetacean education, who l
Still Room In Environmental Education
The Environmental Forum of Marin announces that it still has places available in its 35th annual Sustainable Earth Forum Environmental Education Pr
The Pentagon Sends Messengers of Apocalypse to Convert Soldiers in Iraq By Max Blumenthal, TheNation.com
Actor Stephen Baldwin, the youngest member of the famous Baldwin brothers, is no longer playing Pauly Shore's sidekick in comedy masterpieces like
Phone Companies And Bush Spy On You By Onnesha Roychoudhuri
AlterNet readers have now had more than enough time to digest their disappointment with the Democrats' utter capitulation to President Bush on the
Scientists Detect Dead Zone Off Oregon Coast for Sixth Straight Year By Salem-News.com
The OSU researchers say the region has not yet fully recovered from last year's historic hypoxia. (NEWPORT, Ore. ) - A team of Oregon State Univer
The 18 Percent Congress By David Swanson
If you were a member of Congress, wouldn't you behave completely differently from how most members of Congress behave? I mean, if you had not gone
Smoking Pot Won't Make You Crazy, But Deciphering Pot Propaganda Might By Paul Armentano and Mitch Earlywine
Smoking pot won't make you crazy, but trying to find the truth behind the recent rash of headlines regarding a supposed link between cannabis and
White House Not Subject To Freedom Of Information By Dan Eggen
The Washington Post, 23 August 2007 Administrator of missing e-mails not subject to open-records law, it says. The Bush administration argued in c
Unhealthy Seas Detailed In New Book
A new book, "The Unnatural History of the Sea," by Callum Roberts, keeps the discussion about the fate of our oceans ongoing and alive. Mr. Roberts
Ponzi Capitalism By Frank Scott
Charles Ponzi was criminalized in the 1920s for using peoples' money to pay interest to themselves as well as others, all of them being invested in
Kidnapping Aristide-An Impeachable Crime By Edward W. Miller
Randall Robinson This September 28th marks the third anniversary of the kidnapping of Haiti's duly e
Moo Town News
'Perception - Deception' Being aware that in September the Countywide Plan Update will be in the hands of the Marin Board of Supervisors, the ranch
Skeptic's Journal By Jeanette Marie Pontacq
Local History West Marin has a fascinating, even seductive, history. It has everything --- sex, greed, color, thievery, stupidity, honesty, cowa
Media Blitz for War: The Big Guns of August By Norman Solomon
The U.S. media establishment is mainlining another fix for the Iraq war: It isn't so bad after all, American military power could turn wrong into
Raging Moderate, by Will Durst
The Center Left, Right? Does anybody know what happened to the center? I remember hearing about it in the old days, but it seems to have disappear
Immigration Laws: Federal or Local? By Domenico Maceri
With the failure of immigration reform at the federal level, local communities are going back to make their own laws to deal with immigration. Althou
Rove's Diary: Just Try to Stop Me, Coppers! By Bernard Weiner, The Crisis Papers
Dear Diary: For many months, I felt like the little silver ball in a pinball machine, getting banged around this way and that, about to fall into a
Letters To The Editor
Resign To Avoid Scandal Drina Brooke Novato A Staggering Number (9,717) Of Bay Area High School Students Drop Out The disturbing finding by Califo

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EDITOR-PUBLISHER: Don Deane
ASSISTANT EDITOR: Jeanette Pontiacq
NEWS STAFF: Steve Simac, Karen Nakamura, Terri Alvillar, Carol Sterritt, Peter James Paul and Marie Siegenthaler
COLUMNISTS: Judy Borello, Larry Kelly, Ed Miller, J. Pontacq, Frank Scott, Norman Solomon
OFFICE MANAGER: Janet Schin
ART DIRECTOR: Stacey Henderson
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The Coastal Post is a newspaper of general circulation published on or about the 1st of every month in Marin County, CA. With a monthly readership of about 30,000 and crculation of over 12,000, the newspaper is free in communities throughout Marin and on the World Wide WEB. Subsrciptions are payable in advance, six months $15, one year $30 by sending a check to P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA 94924. PHONE (415) 868-1600 FAX (415) 868-0502. http://wwww.coastalpost.com EMAIL: editor@coastalpost.com

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