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Capitol Hill Blue: Police State

Capitol Hill Blue: Police State

Police State
By DAN K. THOMASSON
May 24, 2005, 07:12
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Some really scary things are happening around here these days.
Congress has become a place of great incivility and rancor, which threaten to undermine any hope of legislative remedy to a myriad of problems, from Social Security to soaring health-care costs to immigration to a steadily crumbling manufacturing base once the envy of the world.

But perhaps the most frightening prospect for Americans is an unfettered national police force with the sole discretion to determine who can be investigated as a potential terrorist. That's the impact of little-known proposals to greatly expand the powers of the FBI, permitting its agents to seize business records without a warrant and to track the mail of those in terrorist inquiries without regard to Postal Service concerns.

Because the government can label almost any group or individual a terrorist threat, the potential for abuse by not having to show probable cause is enormous, prompting civil libertarians to correctly speculate about who will guard against the guardians. Up until now the answer was the Constitution as interpreted by the judiciary. But it is clear that sidestepping any such restriction is the real and present danger of the post-9-11 era.

A wise man, the late Sen. John Williams of Delaware, once counseled that any proposed legislation should be regarded in the light of its worst potential consequence, particularly when it came to laws that enhance the investigative and prosecutorial powers of the government at the expense of civil rights. This is most likely to occur in times of national stress, when the Constitution is always vulnerable to assault _ i.e., the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The scenario Williams warned about runs something like this.

You are innocently standing on a street corner waiting to cross when you are approached by a complete stranger who politely, but in a low voice, asks directions to a certain address or area. You, of course, are utterly unaware that the person is under surveillance in a terrorist investigation. You respond in a friendly manner. And although the exchange takes only a few seconds, it is enough to make those following the suspect curious about you. You are identified and a background check reveals that you or your spouse has a relative of Middle Eastern extraction or that you recently traveled to a Middle Eastern country or that you contributed to a charity bazaar sponsored by a church or group under suspicion of passing money through to a terrorist cause.

Suddenly, you are caught in a major inquiry, your personal business records are seized and your mail is tracked. It doesn't take long for your friends and neighbors to learn that you are being investigated, and the result of that is predictable. You and your family are shunned. Your business begins to dwindle and before the nightmare has ended, which can take months, your life is in shambles. The truth never catches up with the fiction and the bureau, which has difficulty in saying the word "sorry," leaves you high and dry, twisting slowly in the wind.

Think it can't happen that way? Well, it does all the time. Ask the lawyer in Oregon whom the FBI misidentified as having taken part in the terrorist bombing of the Spanish railway. Ask any number of persons since Sept. 11, 2001, arrested and detained for months without charges or counsel before they were released.

If that isn't enough to satisfy you about the inadvisability of these proposals, think back to the Cold War days when the most casual acquaintance with a group or person on J. Edgar Hoover's anti-communist watch list could land one in water hot enough to make life miserable for a long time _ maybe even put him or her on one of the infamous blacklists.

If you weren't around in those times, read about them. One thing you will learn quickly is that the sole determination of who or what had communist inclinations belonged to the FBI. Even then, however, Congress was smart enough not to rescind the checks and balances that protect our civil liberties. Federal law-enforcement officers outside the FBI have complained of late about the bureau's penchant for seizing jurisdiction over almost any crime by relating it to terrorism.

Both of these over-reactive proposals are as fearsome as the threat of another al Qaeda attack, for they accomplish the same thing: the intrusion on and disruption of the rights of Americans. Like portions of the Patriot Act, which are rightly being challenged by conservatives as well as liberals, they are medicine worse than the cancer.


 

Reform Jewish Leader Applauds House Passage of Embryonic Stem Cell Legislation : ArriveNet Press Releases : Politics

Reform Jewish Leader Applauds House Passage of Embryonic Stem Cell Legislation : ArriveNet Press Releases : Politics
Distribution Source : U.S. Newswire

Date : Tuesday - May 24, 2005



To: National Desk, Political and Health reporters

Contact: Alexis Rice or Eric Gold, 202-387-2800, 202-841-2360 (cell), both of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

WASHINGTON, May 24 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Following today's historic passage of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005 (H.R. 810) by the U.S. House of Representatives, Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, issued the following statement:

"Today's House passage of the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, which will expand the critically small number of stem cell lines available for federally funded research, is true cause for celebration. We commend Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE) and Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) for working tirelessly to bring together a bipartisan group of members of Congress to pass legislation that gives hope to as many as 100 million Americans suffering from debilitating and life-threatening diseases and conditions.

"Because stem cell research holds the potential to repair and regenerate human tissues, nerve cells, and skin cells, it holds significant promise toward finding a cure or treatment for conditions including breast and prostate cancer, leukemia, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, spinal cord injuries and Huntington's chorea. Future stem cell research holds even more promise and the legislation passed today will do much to ensure that the federal government helps, rather than hinders, that process.

"Our Jewish tradition teaches us that preserving life and promoting health are among the most precious of values. Nachmanides, a medieval Torah and Talmud scholar, taught that the practice of healing is not merely a profession, it is a mitzvah, a righteous obligation. House members have fulfilled their obligation, not only to their constituents, but to all those worldwide, today and in future generations, whose length and quality of life will likely one day be enhanced because of embryonic stem cell research.

"We urge the Senate to follow the House of Representatives' lead by passing the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act. We also call upon the President to reverse his stated intention to veto this legislation and to recognize that the overwhelming majority of Americans support safe, regulated and ethical embryonic stem cell research. Only by expanding the current shortage of stem cell lines available for federally funded research will we provide hope to those in need and fulfill our obligation as faithful Americans to work to heal the sick.

"The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism is the Washington office of the Union for Reform Judaism, whose more than 900 congregations across North America encompass 1.5 million Reform Jews, and the Central Conference of American Rabbis, whose membership includes more than 1800 Reform rabbis."

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amen!

 

Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Supports Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Supports Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act
Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Supports Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

24 May 2005





The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF), the non-profit organization founded by the late actor Christopher Reeve and his wife Dana Reeve to fund research for cures and treatments for spinal cord injuries and provide resources for people living with disabilities, strongly supports passage of H.R. 810, the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act. The House is set to vote on this measure.

"H.R. 810 is an important first step in moving the country toward unfettered scientific research," said Michael Manganiello, senior vice president of Government Relations for the CRPF. "The bill would allow scientists access to stem cell lines derived from donated, unused embryos from in vitro fertilization clinics, vastly expanding the lines available for research."

The current law only gives scientists with Federal support access to stem cell lines derived prior to August 9, 2001.

"The bill enjoys broad bi-partisan support among Americans, with even Republican constituents favoring it by a 55 percent to 40 percent majority," Manganiello noted. "We hope that their elected representatives in Congress and the White House will recognize the will of the people by passing and enacting this legislation into law."

"In addition to the immediate need to give American scientists the opportunity to work in this promising field with Federal support, there is a larger issue," said Kathy Lewis, president and CEO of the CRPF. "Inhibiting basic scientific research of any kind is unacceptable. It steals hope from the millions of Americans that are counting on the promise of scientific breakthroughs."

The CRPF has mobilized its supporters to contact their representatives through letters and telephone calls asking them to support the bill. Mr. Manganiello and other representatives have educated members of Congress and conducted high-level meetings with Congressional leaders and staff members to educate them on the benefits of the legislation.

About CRPF

The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF) is committed to funding research that develops treatments and cures for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury and other central nervous system disorders. The Foundation also vigorously works to improve the quality of life for people living with disabilities through its grants program, paralysis resource center, and advocacy efforts. For more information, please call (800) 225-0292 or visit http://www.ChristopherReeve.org.
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CHRISTOPHER REEVE WAS THE REAL SUPERMAN.

YOU WERE, ARE, A GREAT MAN CHRISTOPHER. RIP...AND THANK YOU. I AM JUST GLAD YOU CANNOT SEE THE IDIOT IN THE WHITE HOUSE TRYING TO BLOCK THE PROGRESS YOU FOUGHT SO HARD FOR...GOD BLESS CHRISTOPHER REEVE AND HIS FAMILY!

 

Senate Republicans may bar stem cell bill

Senate Republicans may bar stem cell bill

Senate Republicans may bar stem cell bill
By STEVE MITCHELL
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UPI) -- Legislation to ease federal stem-cell restrictions looks likely to pass in the House, but a similar bill in the Senate -- which also appears to have enough votes to pass -- could become stymied by Republican leadership who may not allow it to come to a vote, congressional sources told United Press International.

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"We're positive that we have a majority in the Senate" that favors the bill, Adam Elggren, a spokesman for Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, a co-sponsor of the legislation, told UPI. "Senator Hatch is confident we've got close to 60, if not 60 already."

Hatch's bill, the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, has 32 co-sponsors, but a Senate aide, who requested anonymity, told UPI the Republican leadership "is not eager to move on this," so legislation supporters will have to overcome that opposition to get the measure through.

This might involve attaching the stem-cell legislation to a popular bill that has broad support or finding a way to work with Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., to allow it to come to a vote on its own.

The House and Senate bills would allow federal funding to be used for research involving surplus embryos from fertilization clinics that otherwise would be discarded.

President George W. Bush said he will veto the legislation if it passes through both chambers.

Asked if Frist would block the bill from coming to a vote, his spokesman Nick Smith said, "No decisions have been made when this bill would come to the floor."

Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., a longtime opponent of embryonic stem-cell research, has said he would filibuster to prevent the legislation from passing the Senate.

Brownback's office did not return a call from UPI.

Brownback has introduced legislation -- the Human Cloning Prohibition Act -- that would ban all forms of cloning, including therapeutic cloning, a technique closely aligned with stem cell research that allows for a patient's own cells to be cloned to generate tissues that are a genetic match to the individual.

Embryonic stem cells can give rise to all the cell types in body and scientists think the research has the potential to yield insights and treatments for various diseases. The research is controversial, however, because it requires the destruction of a human embryo.

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IF YOU'RE AN ASSHOLE AND YOU KNOW IT...INDICATE IT BY VOTING AGAINST THE BILL...AND I HOPE YOUR CONSTITUENTS HAVE THE GOOD, GOD GIVEN SENSE TO VOTE YOUR SORRY ASSES OUT OF OFFICE!

 

VOA News - US Lawmakers Hand President Bush Defeat on Stem Cell Research

VOA News - US Lawmakers Hand President Bush Defeat on Stem Cell Research
US Lawmakers Hand President Bush Defeat on Stem Cell Research
By Dan Robinson
Washington
24 May 2005



In a challenge to President Bush, the House of Representatives has approved legislation by a vote 238 to 194 to expand federal government funding for research using embryonic stem cells. House action came just days after a new advance in stem cell research in South Korea, which many lawmakers say underscores the need to intensify stem cell research in the United States.

Stem cell research is among the most difficult issues debated by Congress, triggering strong emotions on both sides of the political aisle.

Proponents of expanding federally funded research involving additional human stem cell lines say lowering barriers to wider studies would help find cures to such diseases as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, cancer, and others.

Opponents frame arguments along moral lines, saying those seeking government money to use embryonic stem cells for research are asking millions of taxpayers to support something they find morally objectionable. They also say research on the promise of embryonic cells has been exaggerated.

Of two bills at issue in Tuesday's debate, one would allow researchers access to more stem cell lines by using surplus embryos from In-Vitro Fertilization clinics used with permission of donors.

Delaware Republican Michael Castle spoke in favor of his legislation, which, if approved by Congress, would lift President Bush's ban on new federally funded research requiring the destruction of human embryos. "This is not the time to allow bad science, or ideology to get in the way of doing what is right for the people of this country and of the world. There are 110-million people in the United States of America who potentially could be helped by embryonic stem cell research," he said.

Mr. Castle had support from many moderate House Republicans, reflecting the split in the majority party and differences with President Bush over the issue.

Indiana's Mike Pence reiterates his strong opposition to using government money to expand research. "I believe it is morally wrong to destroy human embryos for the purposes of research, but I believe it is doubly morally wrong to force millions of pro-life Americans to see their tax dollars used to support research that they find morally offensive," he said.

Supporters of the legislation, such as Democrat Jim Cooper, pointed to the recent advance reported by South Korean researchers, saying the United States is falling behind. "This research needs to be conducted, it needs to be conducted with federal support, it needs to be conducted here in America. There was a breakthrough just last week in South Korea. Are we going to send our loved ones overseas in order to get this life-saving research. We need to do it here," he said.

President Bush directed in 2001 that government-supported stem cell research should be limited to 78 stem cell lines, a restriction many lawmakers believe should be maintained.

Speaking hours before the House vote Tuesday, Mr. Bush said lawmakers would be crossing an ethical line if they approved the main stem cell bill. "Today, the House of Representatives is considering a bill that violates the clear standard I set four years ago. This bill would take us across a critical ethical line by creating new incentives for the ongoing destruction of emerging human life. Crossing this line would be a great mistake," he said.

President Bush has threatened to veto any bill that challenges his 2001 ban on expanded research using embryonic stem cells.

Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney says Mr. Bush is holding back progress. "The president wants to create a culture of life. Stem cell research offers scientists the opportunity to extend life, and the quality of life for current and future generations of Americans," he said.

The Castle legislation needed significantly more votes than the 218 minimum it needed for passage to overcome a veto. But a similar version to be considered in the Senate has bipartisan support, although at least one conservative senator has vowed to fiercely oppose the measure.

Another bill approved Tuesday, sponsored by New Jersey Republican Chris Smith, did not challenge the president's position, but aims to expand research involving human adult stem cells and those from umbilical cords.

"We are on the threshold of systematically turning medical waste, umbilical cords and placentas, into medical miracles for huge numbers of very sick and terminally ill patients who suffer from such maladies as leukemia and sickle cell anemia," he said.

That bill would establish a nationwide database and stem cell transplantation system, which along with a parallel one for bone marrow would make it easier for physicians and patients to obtain information and matches.

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TAKE THAT...PRESIDENT QUEEG, PRESIDENT ASSHOLE,
PRESIDENT EVIL, KING GEORGE THE COWARDLY...

"F OFF!"
:)

 

DEFINITION OF EMBRYO

Embryo definition
Embryo definition
In the news, we keep hearing this term "embryo". I have always been a great supporter of using proper terminology, appropriate to the area of study in which we were using the term (i.e. legal definitions when we are talking about law, medical definitions when we are talking about medicine).

So, when you hear the term "embryo"...do you KNOW what that means?

Here's a definition from
http://www.biochem.northwestern.edu/holmgren/Glossary/Definitions/Def-E/embryo.html .
" "General: an organism in early stages of development, before hatching from an egg.

Human: A fertilized egg that has begun cell division, often called a pre-embryo (for pre-implantation embryo). An embryo is now defined as a later stage, i.e. at the completion of" the pre-embryonic stage, which is considered to end at about day 14. The term, embryo, is used to describe the early stages of fetal growth, from conception to the eighth week of pregnancy. "

So, under this definition, it is the product of conception AFTER day 14, or two weeks. It is the early stage of gestation, from conception to the eigth week...or about two months. But, is there a better term we can use?

A better word for the intrauterine entity from fertilization to birth, is "conceptus".
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/conceptus
"con·cep·tus (kn-spts)
n.
The product of conception at any point between fertilization and birth. It includes the embryo or the fetus as well as the extraembryonic membranes."

There indeed may well be individuals who oppose destruction of human life, however; I happen to think that most are just partisan idiots who are entralled in the pseudo-Christian theocratic agenda of imposing a fundamentalist mentality on the population in general, by implementing bizarre, fundamentalist, Neo-Con beliefs on the body politic by fiat.

IDIOTS!

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