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August, 2004 - Volume 29, Number 08

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Marin Depleted Uranium Resolution Heats Up GI's Will Come Home To A Slow Death By Carol Sterritt
  "There are only two things worth knowing in life, but I forget what they are." John Hiatt, American songwriter
US Troops Are Torturing Iraqi Children By William Rivers Pitt
Tuesday 20 July 2004: The biggest story of the Iraq war is not about missing weapons of mass destruction, or about deep-cover CIA officers getting their covers blown by vengeful White House agents, or even about 896 dead American soldiers.
Bleak Prospects For Runaway Mom And Daughter; Kaffkaesque Legal Situation By Jim Scanlon
In Limbo For seven months now a mother has not been allowed to see, talk to or contact her seven and a half year old daughter.
Bush Administration Gutting Affordable Housing By Don Deane
Did you know that some working adults in Marin, employed close to full time, are only making $700 to $1,000 a month?
The Story About Israel TV News Won't Tell By Tim Llewellyn
For 10 years Tim Llewellyn was the BBC's Middle East correspondent. In this passionately argued polemic he accuses British broadcasters, including his former employer, of systematic bias in covering the Arab-Israeli conflict
Judging Judges-Trouble Ahead By Jim Scanlon
Lawyers with the most experience practicing in Marin county rated judges Sutro and Duryee below average in judicial performance according to a scientific survey commissioned by the Marin County Women Lawyers Association (MCWL).
Report From The Rainbow Gathering 2004 By Jim Fox
Welcome Home. The Rainbow Gathering is a world wide convergence of people that some how has been able to happen for 33 years in a manner that resembles life & magic.
West Nile Virus Claims First Life In California Virus also found in eight new California counties
SACRAMENTO - West Nile virus (WNV) has claimed the life of a 57-year old Orange County man, making him the first to die in California from the virus
Kentucky Fried Carnage? By David Usborne in New York
Fast-food giant in a flap after 'torture' expose. With a casual wink and a cheeky smile, Kentucky Fried Chicken's founder, Colonel Harland Sanders has urged generations to sample his "secret recipe."
The Men Behind The Masks By Karen Nakamura
With a little digging it becomes evident that the primary players in the Bush family dynasty have been influencing government policy for several decades. That's not necessarily bad.
McGlashan Get-Togethers
Coffee with the candidate get-togethers for Charles McGlashan, Candidate for Marin Board of Supervisors District 3, are planned for the month of August.
Privatizing The Pacific Ocean:
Proposed Give-Away of the Public's Fish Could Turn Fishermen Into Sharecroppers PORTLAND, OR (July 22, 2004) - San Francisco-area residents had an opportunity to learn about and discuss proposed major changes to how the West Coast groundfish fishery operates on Monday evening
The Bush Orthodoxy In Shreds By Sidney Blumenthal
Neocon Secret Leaking Investigation GUARDIAN, MAY 27: At a conservative thinktank in downtown Washington, and across the Potomac at the Pentagon, FBI agents have begun paying quiet calls on prominent neoconservatives
The Rest Of The World Says "Anyone but George!"
It seems it is extremely fortunate for President Bush that he is not running for office in any other country than the US An election on the internet where the 'rest of the world' can vote for the US President, is putting his support at just over 4%.
Wisdom From Great Americans
"The truth is found when men are free to pursue it." -Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936
Everybody's Favorite Box Show
150 artists makeover 150 identical plain wooden boxes into 15 wildly different, extravagantly original, highly amusing creations.
The Wall: There, and Here By Frank Scott
The tragedy of Palestine would be impossible without history's greatest job of mind management. Lincoln was wrong; you can fool most of the people, most of the time.
Tribunal Roulette By Edward W. Miller, MD
Since the capture of Saddam on the 13th of December, there has been a maelstrom of media opinion as to when and how and where this "tyrant" should be tried for his supposed " horrendous crimes."
MOO TOWN NEWS Happy Trails to You and the Horse You Rode In On
Well, the synonym for Marin County Planning is arrogance! They have proposed to run trails through privately owned ranchland without permission
Coming Soon: The Water Wars By Jeanette Pontacq
You are watering your garden on a warm, summer day and note that you have only half the normal flow of water coming out of your hose.
Terrorism and the Election: Trial Balloons and Spin By Norman Solomon
Tom Ridge, the federal official in charge of defending the United States against terrorism, was on message when he told a July 14 news conference: "We don't do politics at Homeland Security."
Filmmaking and Farming-911 Michael Moore's Abundant Harvest By Shepherd Bliss
My July 4th celebrations were spent at two Sonoma County farms, where "Fahrenheit 9/ 11" was the hottest topic of conversation among hundreds of people.
Three Mechanical Election Reforms By Harry Holdorf
When I was a kid playing in the dirt outside my grandma's rural Nebraskan homestead, the little black bugs with red wings I played with were called Democrat Bugs, because there were so many of them.
Some Dare Call It Treason: Wake Up, America! By Dr. Robert Bowman, USAF Ret.
We [who protest the Iraq war] are upholding the spirit of the American Revolution. We are preserving the freedoms that the troops in the desert have a right to come back
Marin General Hospital Update By Norman Carrigg, M.D.
Grand Jury Examines MGH On June 4, the Marin County Grand Jury issues its report: "Marin General Hospital: Moving Beyond the Impasse."
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