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xianjiro 25.07.2005 23:45
Where Is the "RECALL MINNIS" Juggernaut?!?
Karen Minnis thought Mult Co Commissioners were arrogant when they didn't hold public debate on Gay Marriage, now she kills such debate in the Oregon House and no one cares.

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rAT 25.07.2005 22:32
'BOMBER' PHOTO IS A FAKE
the famous "4 Bombers" photo is a fake. Look at the LEFT ARM of the guy in the white hat. The bar of the railing is on the WRONG SIDE of his arm. Plus pixels of head mix with pixels of the upper bar. Like I said before, Nothing is what it seems in this situation. Nothing!!!!

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Oregonians for Health Security 25.07.2005 19:57
Tell Senators Wyden and Smith to protect Medicaid from cuts
Marie Standeven "After my personal savings were used, I was eligible for Medicaid. The care I receive keeps me alive." Marie Standeven, Salem

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snark 25.07.2005 15:25
good web search
Type "failure" in a google search and you will get....

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Michael D'Agnillo III 25.07.2005 13:38
Against All Enemies,Foreign and Domestic
Traitors in government need to be arrested
If the police won't arrest their "buddies"
then the military is the second obvious choice.
Military folks also took an oath to defend the Constitution. It's high time they did.

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Dave Lindorff 25.07.2005 09:31
Marvelous Marvin, the Man Who Seems to be in All the Right Places
Why does Bush's younger brother get a free pass at influence peddling on his White House Connections, even when it involves a company that did the security for the World Trade Center in September, 2001, while anyone remotely linked to the Clinton's was hounded by both the media and government investigators for the flimsiest of reasons? ----------------

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researcher 25.07.2005 05:00
Evbidence for Impeachment of the Bush Administration
A terrible crime, the killing of thousands of Americans ocurred on September 11,2001. The investigation of this crime has been blocked by the Bush Adminmistration. Why haven't the voices of hundreds of critics been heard?

Isn't this obsstruction of Justice a grounds for impeachment of an administration that continually lies to the American people? The Downing Street memo and the Rove leak are the tip of an iceberg!

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Thinker! 24.07.2005 23:34
Search engines owned by the christian networks filter out a lot of news
I tried using the search engine on falwell's site and found that it sure likes to filter out news articles concerning george walker bush that are critical.

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David May 24.07.2005 19:29
The Bush Tax Cuts & Class Division in America
As the imperialist occupation of Iraq drags endlessly on, the situation in the United States itself is one of a continuing jobless economic "recovery" while the Republican-controlled government loots the treasury for the benefit of the wealthiest Americans. Coming into office with a budget surplus in the trillions of dollars, the Bush Administration has successfully emptied the world's largest coffers - and then some. All this in less than five years.

Titanic sums of money - the taxes paid in mostly by the working class - have been spent by the Administration primarily on two things - the continuing slaughter in Iraq and the further enrichment of the top 10 percent of Americans. Millions of working people in the United States continue to worry about whether or not they will have a job two months from now or even next week. And how does the 'compassionate conservative' in the White House soothe the nation's anxiety? By handing out billions of dollars to the modern-day robber barons of Capital.

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North Portlander 24.07.2005 13:02
Oregonian Ties Gays to Meth in Ill-Timed Front Page Article
In yet another attempt to insert its foot even further into its mouth, The Oregonian featured a article linking gay men, meth, and the spread of HIV on the front page of its Sunday edition.

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brent 24.07.2005 05:52
A bit of news (BKH)
see yah later

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man in the middle 23.07.2005 23:58
Animal experimentation: Demagogy abounds
Polarizing and unreasonable arguments on both sides obscure the ethical issues and obstruct social progress.

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JD Walsh----BBC------ABC 23.07.2005 22:50
Guantanamo detainees on hunger strike
lies and more lies

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@ 23.07.2005 08:37
where do we meet face to face?
where do we meet face to face

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singed 23.07.2005 06:53
the nothing-hit-nothing song
nothing hit nothing on 911.
it was all controlled demolition.

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frustrated 22.07.2005 12:54
PATRIOT ACT permanent: why are we sleeping?
I think that we havn't been doing any effect activism for the past two years. what the fuck is going on?

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ali 22.07.2005 04:29
"Asian" Man Executed on Tube by London Police
Whatever happened to due process--arrest and trial?
"Suspect" was unarmed [and even without backpack.]

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berpy 21.07.2005 23:49
ENRON's PGE and the thief of Portland energy
so...

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memyselfandi 21.07.2005 22:27
patriot act, giving porpuse too a new revolution of Underground Info..
Patriot avt= servalence= Library activities=school records=the regulation of freedom to researce knowledge, and or cencership of academic learnimng materials.

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Toby Green 21.07.2005 21:13
Heeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrreeee's Leo Strauss
This is a copy of the soon to be published article for 411mania.com, a website attempting to be mainstream so it is written for the mainstream more so than the indy media. It is an editorial review of the godfather of neo con's Leo Strauss. Please give me as much feedback as you can, thank you

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brent 21.07.2005 18:06
The land of milk and honey {BKH)
I am exhausted and thus taking the weekend off as a revolutionary columnist, but there are still a few things I wanted to get off my chest, just on the off chance that maybe Indymedia might be knocked off line before Monday so as tired as I am today I thought I would still get a few things written down

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William Hughes 21.07.2005 14:48
George Bush, our “Liar-in-Chief,” is Ignorant of History!
Fort McHenry Baltimore's patriots defeated the invading British forces in the War of 1812-1814, at Fort McHenry. Yesterday, President Bush, ranted at the Dundalk Marine Terminal, across the harbor from the fort, urging the renewal of the draconian Patriot Act. Bush is our "Liar-in-Chief" and he's ignorant of history. What's next? A surveillance device implanted in everyone's head?

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Stef-Anie 21.07.2005 14:24
SB 1000
SB 1000 more than just a civil union bill it is a state wide anti discrimination bill and it needs your help!

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George Bender 21.07.2005 14:17
Poor white trash
From my journal Drift, posted on the Portland Writers website. http://portlandwriters.com

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liberty 21.07.2005 08:10
Vote on the Patriot Act!
let your voice be heard...

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fed-up 21.07.2005 07:26
AMORAL IDIOITS & POWER MAD A**HOLES
A morning screed, rant, get it off my chest before I explode kind of essay

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analysis by the dude 21.07.2005 06:46
Whats Bugging Me Lately
Items in the news that are disagreable.

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Alex Ansary 21.07.2005 01:44
Thinking Outside the Box
Weekly thoughts geared towards a deeper understanding of this strange world we all live in...

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Marleen 20.07.2005 17:08
Show this to your fellow voters next time the local Gov't comes begging for Tax hikes
Doesn't take a genius to figure out why social
and other needed services are underfunded.

Note market values and property taxes.

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Serb 20.07.2005 16:15
WORST ZOO IN THE WORLD
BELGRADE ZOO
Serbia

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A Watcher 20.07.2005 13:27
Tell Wal-Mart Enough is Enough
One after another the scandals emerge revealing Wal-Mart's ruthless campaign against workers' rights.

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alan 20.07.2005 08:44
LIBBY...CHENEY...PALME and the HALLIBURTON CONNECTION
.... now that the vice presidential Chief of Staff has been pulled into the CIA outing scandal. A real image of planning and time management regarding the neocon coveting of mideast and Central Asian oil. Not to mention the power and control that comes along with that effort to control the area

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Brent Herbert 20.07.2005 08:03
A Letter to American Troops In Iraq (BKH)
Time to support our troops by bringing them home...

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Dave Lindorff 20.07.2005 07:37
No Mourning for "No Regrets" Westy
Dante would have reserved a special place in Hades for the general who oversaw the escalation of America's invasion of Vietnam and such war crimes as the Phoenix mass assassination program, the "Pacification" program of mass terror against peasants, and the deliberate destruction of farm and forest with Agent Orange defoliant. -------------

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porthos 20.07.2005 07:19
how to respond to Roberts Nomination
the gentle art of judo, my friends

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fuck corporate media 19.07.2005 17:34
No More Fox News!!!!! No More News Corp.!!!!!
No Fox News!!!!! BOYCOTT NEWS CORP!!!!
Fox News is buying Myspace.com for $580 million. Does this surprise me? No. As much as I think Myspace and Friendster can be ridiculous because people focus on "friend collecting", It's a good way to spread information to your friends. Fox News buying them out is absurd. We need to make sure we boycott News Corp. and tell our friends and family to do the same. Also tell Tom who owns myspace.com to not sell out.  http://www.myspace.com/tom
Below is a list of companies that News Corp. owns. Raise your fists and say NO MORE FOX NEWS!!! No More News Corp.!!!!! Here is a little image that is being passed around on myspace and people are encouraged to put it up on their webpages. Play with it and pass it along.

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Oregonians for Health Security 19.07.2005 17:08
Oregon HB 3500: Too Little Too Late?
Late in the session Representatives Dalto, Greenlick, Senators Bates and Westlund proposed HB 3500, a referral to voters to increase tobacco taxes by 60 cents to provide health care for all children and increase funding for OHP-Standard. The lofty and laudable goals of the referral would be to:

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Lynn Porter 19.07.2005 16:14
Dialogue with state rep. re human services cuts
An exchange of emails with state Rep. Paul Holvey. Contact state legislators at  http://www.leg.state.or.us/writelegsltr/writeset.htm

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William Hughes 19.07.2005 15:55
“The Neocons Have Played U.S. for a Chump!”
William Kristol It's bad enough that the slippery Neocons got the U.S. involved in the Iraqi War, now those scoundrels want us to attack Iran! The unindicted war criminal, Henry Kissinger, suggested that we take Iran down, if certain conditions were fulfilled. Thanks to the compelling "Downing St. Memos," and the splendid work of Think Tanks, like the IRmep, it has become clearer that the conniving Neocons have used the U.S. as a chump!

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Brent Herbert 19.07.2005 13:22
Your Revolutionary Dear Abby Strikes Again (BKH)
Your daily dose of comic relief

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Archie Kennedy 19.07.2005 09:38
Magical Mysterious 1967
Nobody could have predicted 1967 in 1966. It seemed to come out of the clear blue sky. But it didn't. It had been germinating for a long, long time. And there is no reason to think that if we couldn't see it coming in 1966 that we would see it coming now.

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portland radfem 19.07.2005 09:10
female uncle toms
conservatives want women to be private property, liberals want women to be public propoerty, feminists don't want women to be property at all

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Gar Monday 19.07.2005 08:54
THE TRUTH: All New, All Totalitarian
The truth is no longer pragmatic.

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August Harper 19.07.2005 03:38
Welcome to the Krytocracy
The biggest difference between a Capitalist Society and a Free Market one is the ability of corporations to lobby the government to hedge their respective competition out of business. This is the very foundation of a Krytocracy, a government ruled by Judges who are appointed rather than elected by the people. And as such, legislature toward ousting ones competition is a cottage industry under the Bush Regime, which is in itself a "Mobocracy", exhibiting the tendencies of a Republic without having to be accountable to the people.

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Mud Puppy 18.07.2005 20:34
Was Bin Laden Killed at Tora Bora?
We've seen fuzzy photos of someone who looks like Bin Laden since but...

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Brent Herbert 18.07.2005 19:18
Margaret Hassan - a letter to Iraq (BKH)
Will King George get brave and take the next reckless step?

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brent herbert 18.07.2005 18:15
Can the Republicans solve the Great Depression? (BKH)
Every revolution requires a sustained offensive, and so I guess I will just keep at it, by writing a column from time to time (with the initials BKH just to let any one know who might be interested in some comedy relief from time to time - right now I am not feeling to funny because of the Africa famine, but given how that is going to be the ruin of some people, even that could become funny given time)

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Christian Christensen 18.07.2005 13:09
Why Can't Foreign Lefties Learn to Be Objective Like Us?
There really is nothing more amusing than members of the mainstream U.S. press getting on their high horses about the state of journalism in other countries. A classic case in point is the article written by Gary Marx of the Chicago Tribune on the new Latin American satellite channel, Telesur.

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Mother 18.07.2005 11:04
"On your left!" "On your right!"
come on, get it straight!

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Dave Lindorff 18.07.2005 09:58
Time to Get Back to Where We Once Belonged
Forget all the scare tactics about not having enough of a nest egg, about Social Security going bust. We Baby Boomers already know the answer for living well in our old age. We just need to get it together again. --------------

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wind in his hair 18.07.2005 08:25
a question of bike helmets
I was riding home from work the other day and was waiting at an intersection for the light to turn from red to green when I heard a woman's voice directed at me from inside the car to my left. "You really should be wearing a helmet, you know." I looked at her, nodded and looked away, hoping that would be the end of it. It wasn't. She went on for the durration of the red light to lecture me on the pros of bike helmets, asking me if i had one, telling me i should be wearing it etc... What bothers me about this situation is not the woman's desire

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Paul O'Hanlon 18.07.2005 04:17
Report of vigil for London bomb victims in Edinburgh on July 17th.
This is a 650 word report of the vigil for the victims of the London bombing in Edinburgh on Sunday 17th Ju;y. 7 photos are attached.

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Paul Reineke 17.07.2005 23:56
UN "peacekeepers" step up the violence in Haiti
UN and masked Hatian Police working together. Violent repression of democracy has a new face in Haiti: the "Blue Helmets" of the United Nations multi-nation "stabilization" force in Haiti which goes by the acronym MINUSTAH. The UN mission took over "stabilization" responsibilities in June 2004 from the US-led forces which were deployed to Haiti since before the coup which overthrew President Jean Bertrand Aristide on February 29, 2004. Their operations since last year have acted to support the unconstitutional coup government of Prime Minister Gerard Latortue, principally by supporting the increasingly repressive Haitian National Police in their efforts to root out, imprison, murder and terrify the leadership and support base of the widely-popular political party Fanmi Lavalas.

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woody 17.07.2005 16:28
How about celebrating diversity of opinion?
the thought police need to give it a rest

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Toby Green 17.07.2005 15:04
Who is the Heritage foundation
For many progressives and liberals, the question becomes down to one word; Why? Why can't there be equal justice, why can't there be an adequate minimum wage law. Why can't we have a government that acts truly for the people and by the people. The truth I believe is simple; progressives need to go to Washington D.C and for so long progressives really didn't. The article that I am posting is from my column at 411mania.com. I do not get paid for my writings, but since this article has to deal with the Heritage foundation, I figured I would repost it here. I feel that the Heritage foundation is a chief tributary in the river of conservative misinformation. This is my article, the common thread; thanks for your attention.

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Brent Herbert 17.07.2005 14:54
Beating the WASPs nest - a question in revolutionary theory
How much will they be able to get away with, that is the question? Who is going to scare who?

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RS 17.07.2005 11:40
Marx In Soho
A letter to a friend

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Paul O'Hanlon 17.07.2005 05:13
A view on the London bombings
This is a 1,500 word article on the London attack with comparisons to the attacks on New York and Baghdad. 14 labelled photos of London, New York and Baghdad are attached.

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red suspenders 16.07.2005 21:47
rally at the recruitment office
PPRC, vets for peace, code pink and some other friends paid a little visit to the "Armed Forces Career Center"

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df 16.07.2005 18:45
A MOM'S FYI: Opposites Detract
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