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September, 2005 Volume 30, Number 09

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Congresswoman Woolsey: Bring The Troops Home! By Rep. Lynn Woolsey
Originally Published by Knight Ridder WASHINGTON: The war in Iraq, now entering its 30th month, seemingly brings a new atrocity or source of shame
A Soldier Speaks: Jason Gunn By Celina R. De Leon,
AlterNet Editor's Note: As of August 17, 2005, 1,852 American troops and between 22,500 to 100,000 Iraqi civilians have been killed in the war in Iraq
New Data Shows Widespread Vote Faud In 2004 By Peter Phillips
In the fall of 2001, after an eight-month review of 175,000 Florida ballots never counted in the 2000 election, an analysis by the National Opinion
Science Is Under Political And Corporate Siege By Tim Montague
An ill wind is gusting through the halls of science these days: faked research, suppression of unwelcome results, corruption of science advisory p
Marin Dump Expansion Environmental Disaster By Bruce Baum
I am writing to raise the alarm on something that I'm sure you care about as much as I do. And to ask for your help. Marin faces a serious, urg
What Was That Ross Perot Saying? "The Giant Sucking Sound?" By Karen Nakamura
In the spring of this year, US defense contractors reported strong first quarter profits. Three defense/aerospace companies were especially fortuna
New Evidence: Bolinas Lagoon Dredging Would Be Futile By Gordon Bennett
At the August meeting of the Marin County Open Space District's Bolinas Lagoon "Restoration" Project, scientists presented new and compelling data
Four Years Later-More Questions Than Answers On 9/11 By Stephen Simac
It's the fourth anniversary of the Attack on America and two official investigations into the events have been made public, more or less. The joint
Global Warming Hits 'Tipping Point' By Ian Sample
science correspondent The Guardian A vast expanse of western Sibera is undergoing an unprecedented thaw that could dramatically increase the r
Mysterious Changes Hit Pacific Coast 'The Bottom Has Fallen Out of the Coastal Food Chain' By Stephen Leiper
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Marine biologists are seeing mysterious and disturbing things along the Pacific Coast this year: higher water temperatures, p
Bush's Other Iraq Invasion By Antonia Juhasz
AlterNet. Posted August 22, 2005. If Iraq's National Assembly meets its deadline, it will release a draft constitution to be voted on by the peopl
Farallones Marine Sanctuary's Ocean Fest 2005 By Submission
SAN FRANCISCO - August 8, 2005. On Saturday, October 8h from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctua
Free Speech: Going, Going ... Corporate Lawsuits Are Curbing Free Speech By Molly Ivins
AlterNet. Mostly when we think of threats to free speech, it's government actions or laws we have in mind- the usual bizarre stuff like veggie libe
US Troops Killing Journalists
President of Newspaper Guild Echoes Claim of Ex-CNN Exec World Net Daily 19 May 2005: Echoing a claim that led to CNN executive Eason Jordan's res
The Growing Horror In Haiti By Karen Nakamura
Since Haiti's President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was forcefully removed from office in February 2004, the delicate balance between life and death in
Is Bush Out of Control? By Doug Thompson
Buy beleaguered, overworked White House aides enough drinks and they tell a sordid tale of an administration under siege, beset by bitter staff in
Muir Woods Route 66 Shuttle Scores Big By Submission
Under way just seven weeks ago, the County's new, free, shuttle service up into the popular national park, shows signs of wide acceptance by both l
General Beaten To Death By American Captors By Josh White
The Washington Post Iraqi Maj. Gen. Abed Hamed Mowhoush was being stubborn with his American captors, and a series of intense beatings and creativ
Historic Morse Code Radio Station Came Alive In July By Submission
POINT REYES STATION, Aug. 1, one of the most famous radio stations in history returned to the air for one night to celebrate its 100 anniversary. K
No Right To Be Free From Discrimination By Submission
Associated Press: More than 38,000 pages of documents released this week by the National Archives offer new details that portray Roberts embracing
Benefit For Project Censored In Sonoma By Submission
Sonoma State University's Students for Media will celebrate the birthdays of John Coltrane and Ray Charles in a jazz-hip hop benefit for Project Ce
Greens Question National Guard Spying Charges
SACRAMENTO (August 16, 2005) - The Green Party of California said it has major questions about the objectivity of an US Army Inspector General repo
Candidate Maggiore Launches Website, Receives Peace Group Endorsement
Mary Ann Maggiore has launched her website for her race for the Town Council in November. The site can be found at
Janina Madge Tobin By Bolinas Hearsay News
Janina Madge Tobin was born to Jane and Howard Tobin on January 21, 1953 at Children's Hospital in San Francisco. She was the cherished only daught
Market Capitalism: Unintelligent Design By Frank Scott
The imperial axis of evil, operating from its biblical and banking headquarters in USrael, endangers not only the middle east, but the entire plane
Snatching The Patient's Pot By Edward W. Miller, MD
The US Supreme Court on Monday, June 6, 2005 ruled that physicians will no longer be permitted to prescribe marijuana for patient suffering. Thus,
Connecting The Dots Busy, Busy, Busy President By Larry Kelly
-Margaret Meade The president's a very busy man. He's got so much to worry about. The Carl Rove Scandal. The Prisoner Abuse Scandal. The WMD Sca
Skeptic's Journal Looking Over Your Shoulder At The Past By Jeanette Pontacq
I have always loved comic books. I had stacks and stacks of Archie (and Veronica) issues when I was a kid in San Francisco. Not to mention myriad o
George Bush: Already Lame Duck? By Domenico Maceri
Although George Bush has more than three years left in his second term as president, he is already showing signs of being lame duck. Soon after bei

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