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Tuesday, July 13, 2004


Zimbabwe 'returning to stone age'

"The introduction of ox-drawn ambulances is a sign that President Robert Mugabe is taking Zimbabwe back to the stone ages, the opposition says.
The nine ambulances are destined for rural areas around the capital, Harare, as well as more remote regions, where there is a lack of motorised transport.

"Our neighbours are getting state-of-the-art services, while we are going backwards," an opposition official said.

Zimbabwe's health minister said the new ambulances would save many lives.

Zimbabwe is in the midst of an economic crisis, with annual inflation running at more than 400%, unemployment of some 70% and shortages of foreign currency.

One health official told a South African newspaper that in many state-run hospitals, Panadol is the only available drug.

"An ambulance will thus be a big luxury," he told the Johannesburg Star."


UK military denies ban on iPods

"The Ministry of Defence has denied reports that it has banned Apple's iPod due to fears it could be used to steal sensitive files.
News reports said the music player and other portable storage devices had been banned from most sections of its headquarters in the UK and abroad."
lol...they should also ban SHOES, remember "the shoe bomber"?


France raps 'US Aids blackmail'

"France raps 'US Aids blackmail'

The WTO deal allows poor nations to produce cheaper drugs
In a veiled attack on the US, France has criticised bilateral trade deals that force poor nations to give up rights to make cheaper anti-Aids drugs.
President Chirac said such deals undermined an international accord that lets poor countries produce such drugs.

In a statement to an Aids conference in Bangkok, he said such policy would be tantamount to "blackmail". "
Now, we KNOW the US would never ever ever do anything wrong!


US children from 11 'on steroids'

"US children as young as 11 are taking illegal steroids in a bid to achieve their dream of sporting or Olympic glory, senators have been told.
Head of the US anti-doping agency, Terry Madden, told a Senate committee people needed to be warned that steroid use was dangerous to children's health.

The committee was told that more than 500,000 high school-age children were estimated to be using steroids.

It comes as several athletes are facing an inquiry over alleged steroid abuse.

Senator Charles Grassley said it was estimated some five million people annually used the drugs "to improve athletic performance, appearance and self-image".

Of that, 175,000 are estimated to be high school girls and 350,000 are high school boys, he said."
If part of your dream involves taking anabolic steroids,
you MAY need a new dream!


Great Chemtrail Website

Notice planes crisscrossing the skies putting up large trails that are different from Contrails (jet condensation trails) and sometimes, pink sunsets (not red). This site really goes into depth about Chemtrails, and I just heard the guy being interviewed. Very good!



The Presidential Blog Part II


This is really, really sad. LOL...a presidential blog and "guest blogs"...


The Presidential Blog

What a lame attempt to "personalize" President Queeg!

Read this (note the bizarre picture of King George the W with this guy). Bush LOOKS like he is trying to pull away from the guy who has his arm draped around "King George the W".

Sorry, but that's one of the gayest, lamest attempts at a blog I've seen!

But, I thought this is the really weirdest part...

"It was an amazing moment to have your arm around our nation's leader and think, "He just seems like a good friend." That's the kind of connection George W. Bush inspires with everyday Americans."

LOL...isn't that a version of the Stockholm syndrome or something..identifying with your captors...lololl.


GeorgeWBush.com :: The Official Re-election Site for President George W. Bush

Look at the picture of Laura Bush on that page.
Why is it when I look at the picture I can almost HEAR wheels whirring in her head...and also, the movie The Stepford Wives comes to mind.


Rep. Wants Enron E-Mail on DeLay Examined

Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON — Rep. Chris Bell, D-Texas, who filed an ethics complaint against House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, says e-mails between Enron officials bolster his charges that DeLay illegally solicited and accepted political contributions and should be investigated.

Bell said he will ask House ethics committee members to review the e-mails before deciding whether to launch a formal investigation of the Texas Republican based on the complaint Bell filed last month.

DeLay has repeatedly dismissed Bell's charges, saying Bell is bitter because he lost his re-election bid in March. Republicans have said Democrats are behind the complaint.

"The last sign of a defeated and intellectually bankrupt party is a hate-filled strategy of caricature assassination," said Jonathan Grella, a DeLay spokesman.

In a May 31, 2001 e-mail to former Enron chief executive Kenneth Lay, Enron lobbyists Rick Shapiro and Linda Robertson wrote that "DeLay has asked Enron to contribute $100,000 to his leadership committee ARMPAC through a combination of corporate and personal money from Enron executives. ARMPAC funds will be used to assist other House members as well as the redistricting effort in Texas."
Interesting, right?


Bush Wants Ore. Assisted Suicide Law Axed

Associated Press Writer
SAN FRANCISCO — The Bush administration asked a federal appeals court here Monday to reconsider a May decision that upheld Oregon's assisted suicide law and prohibited federal charges against doctors who prescribe overdoses.

The administration wants the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to set aside its ruling backing the nation's only law allowing doctors to assist in hastening the death of patients. The Justice Department says the case, originally decided by a 2-1 vote, should be reheard with an 11-judge panel. Thirteen of the circuit's 25 full-time judges must agree to a rehearing, and they are rarely granted.

The three-judge panel in May ruled that, under the state's voter-approved law, Attorney General John Ashcroft cannot sanction or hold Oregon doctors criminally liable for prescribing overdoses.

The panel said the states were free to adopt such laws, while the administration claims federal drug laws prohibit doctors from dispensing medication to end a patient's life.

In its petition, the Justice Department said "assisting suicide is not a legitimate medical purpose" under federal law. The government added that assisting suicide violates the oath doctors take upon entering the profession.

Eli Stutsman, an attorney representing a pharmacist and doctor in the case, said the federal government has no authority over Oregon's assisted suicide law. "There is simply no basis in the construct or intent of federal law that gives the federal government the authority to regulate the practice of medicine or establish the standard of care in the states." "
Ashcroft tried to shut the law down, now King George the W is trying to "get it done". Attempted Bullying is really an ugly thing, isn't it!


Paying as you go down roads in Austin, Texas

"pay as you go toll roads".
"A wave of toll roads

Central Texas transportation leaders gave the OK on Monday to a $2.2 billion plan that will result in the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority upgrading and charging tolls on several major roads in the Austin area.

Approved Monday

* Texas 71: From a few hundred yards east of Interstate 35 to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The first 2.1 miles of this 3.6-mile project, from I-35 to west of Riverside Drive, is under construction using tax dollars. Construction on all segments would begin by 2005. Total new costs: $112 million.

* U.S. 183 (Ed Bluestein Boulevard): From I-35 (including a new direct ramp from I-35 to U.S. 183) to the interchange with Texas 71. The 2.3-mile segment from I-35 to Springdale Road is under construction. Construction on all portions of this 12.6-mile project would begin by 2006. Total new costs: $479 million.

* U.S. 290 West: From Williamson Creek, where the freeway currently ends, west to near RM 1826. Construction on this 2.7-mile segment will begin this year. Cost: $185 million.

* U.S. 290 East: From U.S. 183 east for 5.7 miles to Texas 130, a turnpike around Austin's east side under construction. Officials estimate construction will begin in 2007. Cost: $400 million.

* MoPac Boulevard: From south of William Cannon Drive to U.S. 290 West, including two new direct bridges at the interchange. The overpass over William Cannon is under construction using tax dollars. The stretch subject to tolls would be about 1.5 miles long. Total new cost: $30 million.

* Loop 360: From MoPac in South Austin to U.S. 183. This 13.1 mile project would be built in two segments. The mobility authority would build the section from Bee Cave Road to north of Walsh Tarlton Lane beginning in 2008. A private entity would lease the rest of the road for several decades and build the improvements beginning in 2010, collecting the tolls. Cost: $550 million. However, a further Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization vote would be required to move forward with this project.

* Texas 45 Southwest: A proposed road from MoPac to RM 1826. Cost of this 3.6-mile project: $40 million.

Already approved

Texas 45 Southeast: From I-35 to Texas 130 at Mustang Ridge. This 6.9-mile road would not have continuous frontage roads. Cost: $220 million.

U.S. 183-A: From RM 620 to U.S. 183 north of Leander. The 11.6-mile road (including about one mile at the south end already under construction as part of the Texas 45 North project) should begin construction next year and will not have continuous frontage roads. Cost: $200 million.

Under construction

Texas 130: From I-35 north of Georgetown to Texas 45 Southeast. The 49-mile road, and the other two turnpikes under construction, will not have continuous frontage roads.

Texas 45 North: From U.S. 183 to Texas 130. Length: 13 miles."


New Site through which you can search INFOWARS.com

Interesting site that enables you to do search for past articles on Infowars.com.

Helps out if you are researching things on that site.



"The governments corporations have withheld the foregoing knowledge and pertinent information from the people who blindly do business of necessity with the corporate monopoly, in order to
trick them into the acceptance, which is fraud in the factum, or in the essence, under section 3-305(2)(c) of the UCC. This fraud in the essence, which leads to an agreement to do business
with one or more of the government corporate monopolies, is what led the people into the liabilty and made them subject to the jurisdiction of the united states, and the incapacity of the title of nobility - called citizen of the united states. "


Accidentally discovered website of the Day


Tom Barger's Interview with Webcaster's Alliance Ann Gabriel

Recently, a friend of mine, Tom Barger, singer/songwriter and great guy, did an interview on webcast. Check it out...


Another Code Warrior Site

Another CodeWarrior site released on the net


The Madness of THIS King George

""In this administration, you don't have to wear a turban or speak Farsi to be an enemy of the United States," says another aide. "All you have to do is disagree with the President." "


The Madness of King George

"Tagline: His Majesty was all powerful and all knowing. But he wasn't quite all there."
Apparently there was a crazy George before this one...but from the line above, you'd think they were talking about King George the W.


The Bland Leading the Blind- GREAT ARTICLE

The Bland Leading the Blind Into the Abyss
Jul 13, 2004, 08:13
(Note-Mr.Thompson is founder of Capitolhillblue.com )

Here's a snippet:
You gotta love watching Republicans squirm as they try to explain the latest rounds of FUBAR by the amateurs at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Each excuse to explain the latest screw up by George W. Bush is more laughable than the last. In order to accept the various explanations to rationalize the actions of what may well be the most corrupt – and at the same time most stupid – Presidential administration in recent history, you have to completely abandon the laws of probability.

Example: After months of stonewalling request for access to the complete record of Bush’s service (or lack thereof) with the Texas Air Guard, the Pentagon now claims the microfilm records were “inadvertently destroyed” and compound the lie with the ludicrous claim that no backup records exist."

This is SUCH an excellent piece I urge everyone not only to read the original in its entirety at the source, but subscribe to the site...it ROCKS!


martial law

"temporary government and control by military authorities of a territory or state, when war or overwhelming public disturbance makes the civil authorities of the region unable to enforce its law. Martial law refers to rule by the domestic army only; the rule of occupied territory by an invading army is known as military government . During a war, a nation may invoke martial law in some or all of its territory as part of the war effort. Martial law is also applied in serious cases of internal dissension; the army authorities may take over the administrative and judicial functions, and civil safeguards (e.g., habeas corpus and freedom of speech) may also be suspended. Where the civil courts remain open, even if their orders are executed by the military, martial law is not applicable. In the United States the federal government is limited in applying martial law by the provision of Article 1, Section 9, Subsection 2, of the Constitution, which concerns the suspension of habeas corpus. In most U.S. states, martial law may be proclaimed when deemed necessary for the public's safety. However, the U.S. Supreme Court in ex parte Milligan (1866) ruled that military trial of civilians when the civil courts were functioning was unconstitutional. Martial law, which applies to all persons, civil and military, in the area is to be distinguished from military law , the system of rules of government applying only to those in military service."
The point is simple. Invocation and implementation of martial law can be done for capricious and political reasons. There is a wide latitude available for deciding whether conditions for a declaration of martial law is appropriate are not, and ultimately, it is up to the discretion (shudder), of the president and his staff.


Check out this page on Martial Law

"The following guide will help you plan, prepare, and get ready in the event that martial law threatens you safety and well being. It is divided into two parts. The first part describes the framework for martial law and the second part the actions to take in preparing or the actual declaration of martial law.


Martial law is defined as: military rule or authority imposed on a civilian population when the civil authorities cannot maintain law and order, as in a time of war or during an emergency.
Hitler turned Germany into a Nazi dictatorship through executive orders.
Executive Order 10995: All communications media are to be seized by the Federal Government. Radio, TV, newspapers, CB, Ham, telephones, and the internet will be under federal control. Hence, the First Amendment will be suspended indefinitely.
Executive Order 10997: All electrical power, fuels, and all minerals well be seized by the federal government.
Executive Order 10998: All food resources, farms and farm equipment will be seized by the government. You will not be allowed to hoard food since this is regulated.
Executive Order 10999: All modes of transportation will go into government control. Any vehicle can be seized.
Executive Order 11000: All civilians can be used for work under federal supervision.
Executive Order 11490: Establishes presidential control over all US citizens, businesses, and churches in time of "emergency."
Executive Order 12919: Directs various Cabinet officials to be constantly ready to take over virtually all aspects of the US economy during a State of National Emergency at the direction of the president.
Executive Order 13010: Directs FEMA to take control over all government agencies in time of emergency. FEMA is under control of executive branch of the government.
Executive Order 12656: "ASSIGNMENT OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS RESPONSIBILITIES", "A national emergency is any occurrence, including natural disaster, military attack, technological emergency, or other emergency that seriously degrades or seriously threatens the national security of the United States. Policy for national security emergency preparedness shall be established by the President." This order includes federal takeover of all local law enforcement agencies, wage and price controls, prohibits you from moving assets in or out of the United States, creates a draft, controls all travel in and out of the United States, and much more.
Martial law can be declared due to natural disasters, Y2k Crisis, Stock Market crash, no electricity, riots, biological attack, .... anything leading to the breakdown of law and order."


Foundations are in place for martial law in the US

"By Ritt Goldstein
July 27 2002

Recent pronouncements from the Bush Administration and national security initiatives put in place in the Reagan era could see internment camps and martial law in the United States.

When president Ronald Reagan was considering invading Nicaragua he issued a series of executive orders that provided the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) with broad powers in the event of a "crisis" such as "violent and widespread internal dissent or national opposition against a US military invasion abroad". They were never used.

But with the looming possibility of a US invasion of Iraq, recent pronouncements by President George Bush's domestic security chief, Tom Ridge, and an official with the US Civil Rights Commission should fire concerns that these powers could be employed or a de facto drift into their deployment could occur.

On July 20 the Detroit Free Press ran a story entitled "Arabs in US could be held, official warns". The story referred to a member of the US Civil Rights Commission who foresaw the possibility of internment camps for Arab Americans. FEMA has practised for such an occasion.

FEMA, whose main role is disaster response, is also responsible for handling US domestic unrest.

From 1982-84 Colonel Oliver North assisted FEMA in drafting its civil defence preparations. Details of these plans emerged during the 1987 Iran-Contra scandal.

They included executive orders providing for suspension of the constitution, the imposition of martial law, internment camps, and the turning over of government to the president and FEMA.

A Miami Herald article on July 5, 1987, reported that the former FEMA director Louis Guiffrida's deputy, John Brinkerhoff, handled the martial law portion of the planning. The plan was said to be similar to one Mr Giuffrida had developed earlier to combat "a national uprising by black militants". It provided for the detention "of at least 21million American Negroes"' in "assembly centres or relocation camps".

Today Mr Brinkerhoff is with the highly influential Anser Institute for Homeland Security. Following a request by the Pentagon in January that the US military be allowed the option of deploying troops on American streets, the institute in February published a paper by Mr Brinkerhoff arguing the legality of this.

He alleged that the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, which has long been accepted as prohibiting such deployments, had simply been misunderstood and misapplied."
Folks, that article is around two years old...how much MORE ready do you think we are after two years?


City Council exploring layoffs to balance budget

Tuesday, July 13, 2004
"Following 12 hours of number crunching, city officials have been able to pare down a $1.2 million budget deficit down to $192,000.

But members of the Ceres City Council last week were somewhat split over whether to continue budget slashing in the interests of a balanced budget.

The council continues its budget talks at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 19, giving City Manager Tim Kerr time to work with department heads on possible personnel cuts."
But wait, hey you Council Guys...the Economy is doing Great and has "steady growth" per King George the W. You guys must be crazy...you have money to burn there...we all do...we're all rich because of King George the W....(insert satiric tone in the above)

LOLOLOL (laughs and laughs and laughs)


The Eric Eldred Act


Copyright revision related material.



http://www.cnn.com/video/us/2002/ 02/25/ashcroft.sings.wbtv.med.html

John "Let the Eagle Soar" Ashcroft says he wrote this composition and sings it. I let it speak for itself.


Lay and Bush

" Ken Lay was a successful Texas businessman, and G.W. Bush called him "my good friend." Ken Lay contributed more money than anyone else to Bush's campaign for governor of Texas, and Bush called him "my good friend."
Ken Lay raised more money for Bush's presidential campaign than any other Republican fund-raiser, and Bush called him "my good friend." Ken Lay donated more money to the Bush presidential campaign than anyone else, and Bush called him "my good friend."
Ken Lay was arrested as the alleged mastermind of the biggest, most costly swindle in the history of the world, and G.W. Bush? Well, birds of a feather . . .

Keith Baker
Heber City "
Lay said yesterday "My God Will Get Me Through This"
Hmmm..would "your god" have the initials GWB?


No such thing as Gulf War Syndrome Says Study (Bullsh*t says I)

'No proof of' Gulf war syndrome
" major study of former soldiers has cast doubt on the existence of Gulf war syndrome.
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine researchers quizzed more than 40,000 former soldiers.

The study, published in BMC Public Health, found veterans of the 1991 Gulf War were more likely to report symptoms of ill-health.

But similar symptoms were reported by both those who served in the Gulf, and those who did not.

This finding provides evidence against a unique Gulf war syndrome.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
These included mood swings, memory loss, lack of concentration, night sweats, general fatigue and sexual problems.

The researchers said: "The study confirmed that Gulf war veterans report significantly more symptoms of disease than non-Gulf war veterans in almost all ill-health categories examined, yet there is still no consistent explanation for this discrepancy.

"More than one in every 20 UK servicemen who served in the first Gulf war believes that they have Gulf war syndrome.

"However, in common with other studies of veterans, those who thought that they might have Gulf war syndrome reported exactly the same types of symptom as veterans who had not been deployed to the Gulf."
So, it's just all in their head, huh? BULLSHIT sez Popeye!
I guess they will say the current vets aren't hurt by exposure to depleted uranium next.


Russia's Crackdown on Yukos Disrupts National Economy

"Beleaguered Russian oil giant Yukos is facing a $235m fine after missing last week's deadline to pay $3.4bn (£1.8bn) in taxes for the 2000 financial year."
Bet they wish THEY had a GREAT economy like we do (insert snicker and laughter here).

I KNOW it's Great 'cuz King George the W says so :)


Morgan Stanley settles federal sex bias case for $54 million


Tuesday, July 13, 2004

NEW YORK -- Wall Street brokerage Morgan Stanley agreed Monday to pay $54 million to settle claims of widespread sex discrimination at the firm, including strip-club outings with clients and higher pay for men.

The settlement was announced just as a jury, including eight women, was to be seated in the case brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and former Morgan Stanley bond seller Allison Schieffelin.

The settlement, which could cover as many as 340 women, is the second largest the EEOC has reached with a company it sued and is the first with a major securities firm.

Schieffelin, who claimed she was denied promotions at the firm because she is a woman, will be paid $12 million under the settlement, with $40 million earmarked for claims filed by other women at the firm.

Morgan Stanley will also set aside $2 million to pay for diversity training and anti-discrimina- tion programs.

"The consent decree is a watershed in safeguarding and protecting the rights of women on Wall Street," said U.S. District Judge Richard Berman, who was to hear the case.

A trial would have meant weeks of ugly publicity for Morgan Stanley. The EEOC had planned to call more than two dozen women as witnesses to establish what it called a pattern of discrimination.

The EEOC represented hundreds of women who claimed men at Morgan Stanley invited clients on men-only strip club outings, groped women and made lewd comments.

In addition, the EEOC claimed women were passed over for promotions because of their gender. Morgan Stanley acknowledged that few women were promoted to the highest levels of the firm but denied discrimination.

Schieffelin, 42, who made $1.35 million in 1998, was fired in 2000 after claiming she was passed over for a promotion to managing director. She has said Morgan Stanley "destroyed my career."

Schieffelin, who said in interviews with The New York Times in 2002 that she had sacrificed her personal life to get ahead at Morgan Stanley, was scheduled to testify first for the commission. She was eager to tell of the treatment she had endured and witnessed on the trading floor at Morgan Stanley's headquarters near Times Square, followed by the testimony of more than 20 other women with similar complaints, some involving behavior that could have proved embarrassing to the company.

In one instance, Schieffelin said, she arranged a group dinner with an important client at an exclusive restaurant in New York, only to be escorted into a cab afterward while her male co-workers took the client to a strip club. Schieffelin, who contacted the commission in 1998 to complain, was fired in 2000.

She contended that the firing was a retaliatory act, but Morgan Stanley officials countered that Schieffelin was fired for insubordination after turning hostile and disrespectful toward her supervisor, a woman who had recently received the promotion Schieffelin sought.

She hugged her supporters in court Monday after the settlement was announced.

"I have one comment: What I want to say is that I am so happy that there is a great settlement that's good for everybody," Schieffelin said outside court. She declined to say whether she would go back to work in the financial services industry.

The case was to be the EEOC's first sex discrimination trial against a Wall Street firm. Most similar cases end in settlements. Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney have paid more than $200 million combined to women who worked in their brokerages. A panel of arbitrators recently found that Merrill had engaged in sexual discrimination and awarded $2.2 million to one of its former brokers.

Elizabeth Grossman, the lead trial lawyer for the commission, said outside the courthouse on Monday that "discrimination is very much a problem" in the securities industry today. "I expect that we will hear more from women on Wall Street and from racial minorities on Wall Street," she said.

The settlement ended the first phase of resolving the disputes between the company and women who worked in the division since 1995, including Schieffelin. Of the $54 million, $40 million will be set aside for women who qualify to make claims under the consent decree.

Morgan Stanley will have 10 days to contact all of the women who have worked in the division since 1995 and invite them to make claims. Lawyers in the case said they could not estimate how many of about 340 eligible women might file claims."
Wal*Mart has a sex discrimination suit pending...a class action with potentially 1.6 million plaintiffs.

The Economy is doing great per King George the W.


Schlotskys Closes 6 Stores

It was announced this morning that the national food chain has close 6 stores, trying to reduce costs. This follows on the heels of the announcement by Microsoft the other day they would be cutting a billion dollars from their spending.

But wait...no to worry, the economy is doing great per King George the W.
:) Yeah, right!


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