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JUNE CALENDAR
Thurs. June 4, 8-12 JENNIFER FAUST
Fri. June 5, 9-1, rock/blues W T J 2
Sat. June 6, 9-1, rockn' blues DUKE &THE BOYZ & TAYLOR BROOKS
Sun. June 7, 8-11, OPEN MIC with DIANA
Mon. June 8, 8-12, rec. spin, reggae SUCKER FREEWed. June 10, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. June 11, 8-12 LUCAS REVOLUTION
Fri. June 12, 9-1, THIRD THURSDAY
Sat. June 13, country, 9-1 TWANG DITTY
Sun. June 14, 8-12, OPEN MIC New Moon Players
Mon. June 15, 8-12, spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. June 17, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. June 18, 8-12, THE GREAT DICTATOR
Fri. June 19, 9-1, Hawiian rock S A G E
Sat. June 20, 9-1, big band funk, MONOPHONICS
Sun. June 21, 8-12 OPEN MIC New Moon Players
Mon. June 22, 8-12, spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. June 24, 7:30-9:30, MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER & BIRTHDAY, 9-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE,
Thurs. June 25, 7-10, LADIE'S NIGHT
Fri. June 26, 9-1, alt. country, 77 EL DEORA
Sat. June 27 18, 9-1, PINK SABBATH
Sun. June 28, 8-12, OPEN MIC w/New Moon Players
Mon. June 29, 8-12, rec. spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. July 1, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE,
Thurs. July 2, 8-11, New Band Showcase
Fri. July 3, 9-1, Dixieland BIG HORN REX
FOURTH OF JULY 2009
Sat. July 4, 6-9
JOE & VICKI PRICE slap guitar &Hawiian band S A G E
Sun. July 5, 8-11, OPEN MIC New Moon Players
June, 2009 Volume 34, Number 06

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ARTICLES:
Little Known Military Thug Squad Still Brutalizing Prisoners at Gitmo Under Obama By Jeremy Scahill, AlterNet
As the Obama administration continues to fight the release of some 2,000 photos that graphically document U.S. military abuse of prisoners in Iraq
Are People Homeless Because They Drink? Or Do They Drink Because They Are Homeless? By Jim Fox
It doesn't matter, because if you are living on the streets and an alcoholic you stand a good chance of spending the rest of your life in jail. Thi
Bush's 'Smoking Gun' Witness Found Dead
The cover-up of Bush-era crimes is taking a shocking but not unexpected turn. A fateful move has been made and it is certain to backfire. IndictBushNo
The Other Shoe - California's Belated Economic Collapse By Michael O'Faolain
In Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck told a story about how folks migrated to California to find hope within The Great Depression. We are now in what
AIPAC-Israeli Lobby Tries To Stop White House Policy Change By Chris McGreal in Washington
Aipac urges Congress members to sign letter to Barack Obama calling for Israel to set pace of negotiations with Palestinians guardian.co.uk, Wednesda
Ignore AIPAC at America's Peril By Philip Giraldi
What do Charles Freeman and Jane Harman have in common? Nothing, apart from the fact that they are both involved in the truly ugly side of the Isra
At Annual Meeting, AIPAC Group Reasserts Clout By Neil A. Lewis
WASHINGTON - MAY 4, 2009: The formidable political strength of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the nation's major pro-Israel lobby, has
FBI Blows It: Supposed Terror Plot Against NY Synagogues Is Bogus By Robert Dreyfuss, The Nation
http://www.alternet.org/story/140209/ By the now, it's maddeningly familiar. A scary terrorist plot is announced. Then it's revealed that the suspe
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance For 2009 California Salmon Fishery Closure
Sacramento, CA - Karen G. Mills, Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that low-interest disaster loans are av
Special Election II Flops; Battle for the Budget Begins Anew By Willie L. Pelote, Sr.
Now that California voters have handed Arnold Schwarzenegger and his cadre of special interests another resounding special election defeat, propone
List of 140 Afghan Killed In US Attack Includes 93 Children By Reuters News Service
KABUL (Reuters) - Ninety-three children and 25 adult women are among a list of 140 names of Afghans who villagers say were killed in a battle and U
Dead Birds On The Beaches By Karen Nakamura
WildCare is informing the public that there have been "hundreds of seabirds found dead on California beaches" in recent months. The birds have been
Eddy Lepp Receives 10-Year Mandatory Minimum For Medical Marijuana
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18th. US District Judge Marilyn Patel sentenced Eddy Lepp to ten years mandatory minimum for having grown over 1,000 marijuana pla
Our Appetite for Animals Is Taking Us Toward Apolcalypse By Kathy Freston, AlterNet
I've been catching up on my magazine reading and I came across a fascinating piece in a recent issue of New Scientist, which is usually a few steps
A Sinking Feeling In Tuvalu BY Brock Lorber
Blog: Bloody Mary Breakfast MAY 15, 2009: Halfway between Hawaii and Australia, the six atolls and three islands of the nation Tuvalu are struggling
Obama's Mistaken Middle East Peace Strategy Or No More Negotiations to Nowhere! By Rabbi Michael Lerner
While doves in the American Jewish community are lining up to support President Obama in his supposed confrontation with Israeli Prime Minister Net
Obama's Latest Effort to Conceal Evidence of Bush Era Crimes By Glenn Greenwald
It's difficult to react much to Obama's complete reversal today of his own prior decision to release photographs depicting extreme detainee abuse by
A New Low for America Cheney's Twisted World By Andy Worthington
April 29, 2009 "Counterpunch" -- Since the publication last week of the Senate Armed Services Committee's report into detainee abuse in Afghanistan, I
Doctors Advocating Single Payer Healthcare Arrested By Senate Police
On May 5, eight health care advocates, including myself and two other physicians, stood up to Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and the Senate Finance Comm
EPA Bans Deadly Pesticide Responsible for Millions of Bird Deaths
(Washington, D.C. - May 11, 2009) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced its final decision to revoke all food tolerances
The Dirty Little Secret of Ethanol By Dr. Jerome R. Corsi
142 gallons of water needed to produce 1 gallon of fuel additive More bad news for ethanol comes from a University of Minnesota study that shows et
Ethanol Fails EPA "Stress Tests" By Dr. Jerome R. Corsi
Largest fuel additive producer in Texas declares bankruptcy Bank stress tests were not the only stress tests administered by the Obama administr
Iran Is Not Nazi Germany, And "Sir Winston Peres" Is A Disaster By Uri Avnery
May 2009: First of all, I want to apologize to all the good women who are engaged in the world's oldest profession. I recently described Shimon
Iran Urges World Action On Israeli Nukes
The Iranian delegation called for a non-discriminatory disarmament process, saying the West's silence on Israeli nuclear weapons sends a negative m
It's Time To Ask Questions For Peace
An Israeli peace activist demands justice for Palestine. There can be no peace for Israel until the Palestinians have justice. The Palestinian c
Gaza Is Israel's Warsaw Zionist Lobby Targets Another Tenured Professor By Doug Henwood
May 05, 2009 "Counterpunch" -- Doug Henwood: We're now joined by William Robinson, who is a Professor of Sociology at the University of California
Expect More Contact With Wildlife
The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) reminds the public to use caution should they encounter wild animals this spring. Wildlife tends to venture i
CLIMATE CHANGE AND PEAK OIL
Transition Marin: A Community Response to Climate Change and Peak Oil. An introduction to this International Movement and how we can transition i
Mendo Supes send Medical Marijuana Revisions Back To Committee
Tue. May 5, 2009: Today the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors voted down passage of proposed revisions to the county's Medical Marijuana Civil
Inverness Garden Club Awards Scholarships
Thanks to the generosity of the community and members of the Inverness Garden Club, the Inverness Garden Club Scholarship Fund Committee (IGCSF) is
The Dream Philosophy of Paranoids: Kill Arabs, Cry Anti-Semitism By NORMAN FINKELSTEIN
SEPTEMBER 12, 2006 A central thesis of my book Beyond Chutzpah is that whenever Israel faces a public relations debacle its apologists sound the a
Why Is the Supreme Court So Callous About Privacy? By Liliana Segura, AlterNet
Savana Redding was a 13-year-old eighth-grader at Arizona's Safford Middle School when she was pulled out of class one day by her school's vice pri
Proposition 13 Is the Bogeyman, Again By Jon Coupal
Even before this week's historic special election, the same people and interests who drove California off the financial cliff are, once again, pla
Jeff Gates Rahm Emanuel: Barack Obama's Sarah Palin?
NOVEMBER 11, 2008: Jubilation was heard in Tel Aviv as Haaretz, the Israeli daily, boasted November 6th: "Obama kick-starts transition, picks Israeli
The West Vs. The Rest By Frank Scott
The U. N. conference on racism was boycotted by the USA, inventor of the most deadly and long lasting form of racism, and Israel, founded on racist
De-worming The Capitalist Apple By Edward W. Miller
The ongoing failure of millions of "sub-prime" mortgages with 4 million more threatened foreclosures across the country, the increasing lack o
Moo Town News BY Judy Borello
Dear Faithful Readers, I'm a bit under the weather right now, but watch for the return of my regular column in July. Meanwhile, don't miss West
The March of Folly, Continued By Norman Solomon
To understand what's up with President Obama as he escalates the war in Afghanistan, there may be no better place to look than a book published 25
Letter To The Editor
Gaza, Palestine Bombing Love. When Israel began the bombing of Gaza, Palestine, Dec. 27-Jan. 20, it was then that something inside of me "snappe
Private Prisons: Profits of Crime By Phil Smith
The most worrisome aspect of prison privatization is the inevitable emergence of a private `prison lobby` concerned not with social welfare but wit
Despite Red Flags About Judges, Kickback Scheme Flourished, Kids Locked Up By IAN URBINA
New York Times WILKES-BARRE, Pa. - Things were different in the Luzerne County juvenile courtroom, and everyone knew it. Proceedings on average too
Prudish Prosecutors Charge Teenagers with Pornography and Worse For Sexy Text Messages By JoAnn Wypijewski, The Nation
Taking nude pictures of yourself--nothing good can come of it. ___--Police Capt. George Seranko, Greensburg, Pennsylvania The police captain might

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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 $24 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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