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December, 2004 - Volume 29, Number 12

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Stolen Election 2004 By Carol Sterritt
  On November 2, 2004, for the second time in 48 months, George W. Bush and his minions illegally altered the Presidential election results
The Ultimate Felony Against Democracy By Thom Hartmann
The hot story in the Blogosphere is that the "erroneous" exit polls that showed Kerry carrying Florida and Ohio (among other states) weren't erroneous at all
Footprints of Electoral Fraud: The November 2 Exit Poll Scam By Michael Keefer
Republican electoral fraud in the 2004 presidential election was widely anticipated by informed observers-whose warnings about the opportunities for fraud offered by "black box" voting machines
Election Fraud Ignored By Kerry By Stephen Simac
A great wailing and gnashing of teeth was heard from half the country, while jubilant cheers rose from the other half.
20 Amazing Facts About Voting In The United States By Angry Girl of Nightweed
1. 80% of all votes in America are counted by only two companies: Diebold and ES&S.;
Glaciers Of Mass Destruction (GMD); How To Kill Your Grandchildren By Jim Scanlon
"A millimeter here, a millimeter there and pretty soon you're talking real centimeters." Everett Durkson.
Bush Administration Want Arctic Meltdown By Wayne Madsen
Scientists studying the current warming of the Arctic region intimated that some officials in the Bush administration saw the loss of Arctic ice
What Now For The Coastal Post By Don Deane Editor-Publisher
As the Coastal Post marches through its 30th year of publication with the distinction of being the longest continuously owned newspaper in Marin, we pause to wonder, where does it go from here.
Falluja Arithmetic Lesson By Prof. Greg Palast
Monday's New York Times, page 1: "American commanders said 38 service members had been killed and 275 wounded in the Falluja assault."
There Has Been a Fascist Coup in This Country With Media Complicity By Seth Farber, PhD
Noam Chomsky has lucidly explicated the imperial consensus adhered to by both parties since the US became No I after WW11.
Letter From Chile: Are Americans Stupid? By Jim Scanlon
Escaping the US Election I first came to South America in 1990, and since then, have returned 16 times during the past 14 years
Couldn't Happen In America? Operation Northwoods Almost Did By Larry Kelley
"...the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event, like a new Pearl Harbor." - Dick Cheney
Times They Are A Changin', Or Are They? By Karen Nakamura
"If...we discount the middle class, which was still very small... it would be fair to say that... nine out of ten of [France's] King Louis XIV's subjects worked hard and thanklessly...
Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary's Creature Features Coming For Kids
This December the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary will offer three FREE winter break programs for kids age five and up and adults
University researchers challenge Bush win in Florida 'Something went awry with electronic voting in Florida,' says the lead researcher By Dan Verton
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, said today that they have uncovered statistical irregularities associated with electronic voting machines
New Law Would Clean Up Marijuana Trials
US Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) hasintroduced the first-ever Senate bill to ensure that federal juries hear the full story when medical marijuana patients and providers,
The Atrocity Of English Spelling
According to Niall McLeod Waldman, the English language has "the worst alphabetic spelling system in the world,"
Jewish Group Confronts Caterpillar In Israel
The Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) announced today that it has filed a shareholder resolution requesting Caterpillar, Inc. to review whether the sale of its equipment to the Israeli army violates the corporation's own Code of Worldwide Business Conduct
What Can Be Done About The Climate Crisis
Sustainable Marin and Waterplanet Environmental Broadcast Service (WEBS) present: A CONVERSATION WITH ROSS GELBSPAN
Mayflower Chorus Presents
The Mayflower Community Chorus presents its 24th annual Winter Holiday concert December 9th, 10th and 11th
One Nation, Indivisible By Frank Scott
The holiday shopping frenzy will have trouble exceeding last months exercise in cosmetic democracy.
Arafat, A Tiger In The Zionazi Cage By Edward W. Miller
"There are not two classes of terrorism, one that is condemned and one that is pardoned"
Have A Cool Yule And A Fantastic First Mootown News By Judy Borello
One way to enjoy your holidays is by staying fit. One expression that never made sense to me is "fit as a fiddle."
Skeptic's Journal A Reality Check for West Marin By Jeanette Pontacq
Most interesting in the recent election was the corporate media immediately inventing the vision of Red States against Blue States.
Connecting The Dots By Larry Kelley
"God didn't get us into this war and He's not going to get us out of it."
The Founding, Funding And Fraudulent Fathers By Antonio R. Serna
Puffing up his feathers like a Peacock, President Bush, alongside his friend and collaborator, Tony Blair of the U. K., held their first news conference
The $20,000 Incumbent Bargain By Steven Hill
What if you could pay $20,000, and for that modest sum end up with lifetime employment at a salary of $158,000 annually
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