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MAY CALENDAR
Thurs. May 1 Le Petit Bistro, French tunes by Sam
Fri. May 2, 9-1, R&R SWAMP THANG
Sat. May 3, 9-1 BRASS FUNK WONDER THE GOMORANS
Sun. May 4, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/PINKS
Mon. May 5, 8-12, HipHop, Raggae, Spin
Wed. May 7, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. May 8, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE
Fri. May 9, 9-1, Americana JENNY KERR BAND
Sat. May 10, 9-1, country slam COWLICKS!
Sun. May11, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/ Djiin Players
Mon. May 12, 9-1, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. May 14. LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. May 15, 8-12, New Band Showcase EMMA LEE
Fri. May 16, 9-1, KELLY PETERSON BAND
Sat. May17, 9 -1, jug band JIMBO TROUT & THE FISH PEOPLE
Sun. May 18, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/ Djiin players
Mon. May 19, 9-12, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. May 21, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. May 22, 8-12, New Band Showcase THIS OLD EARTHQUAKE
Fri. May 23, 9-1, rockn' blues DUKE & THE BOYZ
Sat. May24, 9-1, country DANNY MONTANA'S
Sun. May25, 8-12, French Gypsy rock band DJIIN
Mon. May 26, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Weds. May 28, 8-11 Irish Folk, MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER BIRTHDAY BASH & LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. May 29, New Band Showcase KEVIN THOMPSON
Fri. May 30, 9-1, Hiphop raggae Spin Sucker
Sat. May 31, 9-1, Latin Rock TERRORITMO
May, 2008 Volume 33, Number 05

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ARTICLES:
Carter And The Swarm-Daring The Wrath Of The Jewish Lobby By Israel Shamir
Publication of Jimmy Carter's Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is a great event for America and for all of us. It's not that Carter said anything we
Saudis Prepare for "Sudden Nuclear Hazards" After Cheney Visit by Chris Floyd
I. One Tick Closer to Midnight Last month, Dick Cheney was in Saudi Arabia for high-level meetings with the Saudi king and his ministers. On Saturd
Japan's Hunger Becomes A Dire Warning For Other Nations
Food fears: Being a rich nation is no protection for Japan, which faces the fallout of relying too heavily on foreign food to supply domestic needs.
Marin City's Housing Teardown Could Banish Longtime Residents By Karen Nakamura
Last month the CP looked at the looming housing crisis in public and disabled/senior housing in Marin County. As each sector is run under a differe
From the National Low-Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) Housing Out Of Reach For Millions
NLIHC's Out of Reach 2007- 2008, released Monday, April 7, reports that the national Housing Wage-the hourly wage a full-time worker must earn to a
Americans Hoard Food As Industry Seeks Regs By Patrice Hill
Farmers and food executives appealed fruitlessly to federal officials yesterday for regulatory steps to limit speculative buying that is helping to d
Bush Policy: Quick Border Fence Trumps the Environment By Liliana Segura, AlterNet
Fear not, America: the Bush administration is not giving up on its immigrant-blocking border fence. Last month, it declared that it's going to i
Three States Subjected To "Martial Law Sweeps" Local, state police and sheriff's office join feds for "terror" sweeps that result in hundreds of citations for traffic violations By Steve Watson
Infowars.net Friday, April 18, 2008: Federal law enforcement agencies co-opted sheriffs offices as well state and local police forces in three stat
Watch Out for Whales
NOAA's Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary advises boaters to steer clear of whales, which migrate through the San Francisco Bay Area
Media Allows Itself To Be Used For Disinformation By Peter Chamberlin
If it is true that the power belongs to the people in America, and Congress still answers to the people, then what force prevents the people from
Depleted Uranium-A Hidden Looming Worldwide Calamity By Stephen Lendman
Forget about Avian (bird) flu. The threat of it becoming a pandemic is more a political scare tactic and potential bonanza for drug company profits
Presidential Candidates Sell Out Palestinians Will Fare Poorly, Whoever Wins By Karen Nakamura
The American Presidential election will make little difference to the Palestinians. They'll continue suffering without relief for the next eight ye
Predatory Lenders' Partner in Crime How the Bush Administration Stopped the States From Stepping In to Help Consumers By Eliot Spitzer
New York Governor Thursday, February 14, 2008; A25 Several years ago, state attorneys general and others involved in consumer protection began to n
Bush Secrecy Policies have Transformed U.S. Government From "Open" To "Closed" By Jeff Demers and Sherwood Ross
Global Research, April 22, 2008 Massachusetts School of Law President George W. Bush has transformed an open federal government in Washington into
Point Reyes Station Has A Wailing Wall For Massacred Deer
Community Members Express Outrage at National Park Service Program On Friday April 11, a "Wailing Wall' was created on the historic Grandi buildin
No Town Too Small Anti-war movement not just a "big city" thing By Silvio Rodrigues
Jim Emmott of Forest Knolls, Calif., has been to a number of anti-war demonstrations in San Francisco and elsewhere. But when it comes to protestin
Administration Set to Use New Spy Program in U.S. Congressional Critics Want More Assurances of Legality By Spencer S. Hsu
Washington Post Staff Writer The Bush administration said last month that it plans to start using the nation's most advanced spy technology for dome
Navajos Vow Fight Against New Uranium Mines
Santa Fe, New Mexico-For the first time in United States history, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will be challenged in Federal appeals cou
AT&T Says Internet Has Three Years Before It Faces Borg Assimilation By Kurt Nimmo
Truth News Multinational corporate telecom monster AT&T wants you to know the internet as we know it will be dead in a mere three years. If you
Bill Would Make Spanking A Crime
SACRAMENTO - Assembly Bill 2943 (Lieber) was approved April 15 by the Assembly Committee on Public Safety. If approved by the Legislature and sign
Unprecedented Online Collection of Scientific Research From Northern California Marine Sanctuaries
NOAA and partners have launched a comprehensive, user-friendly online resource featuring the latest scientific research conducted within three Wes
Returning Veterans Face Mounting Joblessness And Low Wages By Alex Lantier
On March 25, the Wall Street Journal published a brief summary of a US Veterans Affairs Department study on discharged veterans' employment and wag
Apple Moth Aerial Spraying Stopped Until August By Daniel Lopez
Excerpted From Monterey County Herald Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday announced that the state will postpone aerial spraying until testing o
Woolsey-Generations Will Bear Iraq War's Financial Cost -As Americans file their taxes, cost of occupation continues to climb-
Washington, DC - As millions of Americans rush to finish their taxes today, Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey (D-CA), the Co-Chair of the Congressional Pr
FBI Wants Widespread Monitoring Of 'illegal' Internet Activity
WASHINGTON--The FBI on Wednesday called for new legislation that would allow federal police to monitor the Internet for "illegal activity." The
The 2008 Election Will Be Stolen By David Swanson
A new collection of essays edited by Mark Crispin Miller called "Loser Take All: Election Fraud and the Subversion of Democracy, 2000 - 2008," tell
Economic Suicide By Frank Scott
President Bush Clearly, the great decider's brilliance in dealing with climate change and war has roots in his vice-like grip on economic theor
Polluting The Friendly Skies By Edward W. Miller, MD
Americans are too busy to pay attention to that jet passing overhead. They may see the cloud trail, or at night, hear the distant roar, but the eff
Moo Town News By Judy Borello
Everyone wants clean water, right? So who wouldn't want to support legislation called the Clean Water Restoration Act? Be careful what you wish fo
Party Like It's 1932: The Obama Option By Norman Solomon
Seventy-six years ago, to many ears on the left, Franklin D. Roosevelt sounded way too much like a centrist. True, he was eloquent, and he'd genera
The Deceit Of Marijuana By Jacqueline Patterson
There is nothing more revolting to me than 420 in California; it's like wearing the shirt to the show. Back on the frontlines, when I was still smo
To Speaker Pelosi: So? By Antonio R. Serna
When asked recently by reporters what Vice President Dick Cheney had to say about the very low performance rating of the Bush administration as a
Light Brown Apple Moth Aerial Spray Program: Will US Trade Policy Again Trump Public Health? By Larry Bragman
Fairfax Town Council: Over the last year, our country has experienced some of the unintended consequences of free trade. From lethal dog food to
Your Child Is Not State Property By Thomas A. Bowden
Rocked by a nationwide storm of criticism, the Los Angeles County court that declared homeschooling illegal in California has agreed to rehear the
A Fish Tale: California's New Marine Protected Areas Not Protected from the Next Cosco Busan By Robert Ovetz, Ph.D.
There is more than just fish in the sea. It would be hard to know it from observing the progress of the Marine Life Protection Act in Northern C
You're Two By David Swanson
Dear Wesley, You're two today and you're napping. If you're dreaming, they're probably happy dreams. You're almost always happy awake. Whatever you
Sustainable Castles: Affordable Buildings Can Save the Planet By Stephen Simac
Ari Fleisher, White House press secretary 5/01 When it comes to Reducing Greenhouse Gases, Saving Money and Losing Weight, nothing is more pivotal
Letters To The Editor
If The Clintons Lose Gore Vidal, a noted author once said, "Whenever a friend succeeds, a little something in me dies." Perhaps that's how the Cl

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EDITOR-PUBLISHER: Don Deane
NEWS STAFF: Steve Simac, Karen Nakamura, Terri Alvilla. CONTRIBUTORS: Alex Horvath
COLUMNISTS: Judy Borello, Larry Kelly, Ed Miller, J. Pontacq, Frank Scott, Norman Solomon
OFFICE MANAGER: Pam Carey
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 9,000, 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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