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xyzzy 05.01.2005 20:42
The Truth Behind the Parkfield Seismic Puzzles
There's a good reason new, strange, and puzzling data have been recorded there, and it has nothing to do with HAARP.

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Arthur Sachs 05.01.2005 18:33
Who are the American Taliban
Religious fundamentalist activity in the United States

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shaker 05.01.2005 16:59
What does it take?
Maybe we're reaching too high?

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CultureJamCleveland 05.01.2005 14:48
Eternal Vigilance WATCH: Will Senators Hastily Sanction Illegal Votes?
Our VOTE is NOT For Sale If ReckLess Regard, Haste, Blind Eyes Callously Accept Illegal
Votes, Then Senators have Sanctioned Rank Criminality and Doom the
Western Jurisprudence Tradition to a Dark and Dreadful VOID.

In Bush V Gore 2000 Justice Breyer's reading of the law gives a convincing argument for Senators, Duty Bound by their Oath of office, to Object to Illegal Votes. Public servants must be committed to defend and protect All citizen's rights, well-being and promises to live withIn and Uphold Constitutional Law. We expect and deserve Open and Fair Due-process respecting equal justice under the law, absolutely crucial with wide disparities of wealth in this country too willing to dominate with undue influence. Justice Breyer, "The legislative history of the Act makes clear its intent to commit
the power to resolve such disputes to Congress, rather than the
courts: "The two Houses are, by the Constitution, authorized to
make the count of electoral votes.
They can only count legal votes, and in doing so must determine,
from the best evidence to be had, what are legal votes .... The
power to determine rests with the two Houses, and there is no other
constitutional tribunal." Doesn't this read, there is no requirement of evidence, of which there is an awesome abundance, but only the requirement of a compelling argument?

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skaters against fascist filth 05.01.2005 14:18
anti-Nazi action
what's happening on saturday?

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Richard Ellmyer 05.01.2005 12:49
No Bill = No Debate = No Solution
Oregon Health Plan We, Oregonians, can not solve the problem of providing affordable
health care to all Oregonians until we stop being subservient to the
demands of the health insurance lobbyists.

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karmarat 05.01.2005 12:43
Corporate Punishment
I recently lost my job a major call center here in Portland, for being anti-Bush (or at least for being political).

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1773 05.01.2005 11:55
Critique on Contemporary Libertarian Rhetoric: Part 1
In the wake of the 2004 elections one of the most positive aspects has been the alliance between the Green Party and Libertarian Party candidates in pursuing the issue of vote fraud. In the past several elections I have noticed that many "third" parties share a lot more in common with each other than they do with either than with the 2 dominant corporate parties. I have asked myself: could there be a movement toward a coalition of people disaffected and disgusted by the direction of the US? And if so, what policies could be agreed upon that could form a platform for such a coalition? I see insights being offered by many people, of many different political beliefs that could be integrated into something workable. I turn first, to some thoughts of what has been lost from the revolution that brought the United States into being and present it as a critique of what is missing from contemporary libertarian rhetoric.

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Mr. Tyn Foyle Hatz 05.01.2005 09:48
Patriotic American Reports Suspicious Behavior
On a recent trip to an airport, an American citizen reported suspicious behavior to security.

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bell 05.01.2005 02:45
hurrah for insurgents !!
insurgents, imposing their strategies for establishing governance in iraq upon the iraqui general public, have assinated the interim governor.

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Keep Your Eyes Open 04.01.2005 22:54
All Eyes on the Senate
Evidence is mounting that the level of fraud involved in the 2004 election may exceed anything previously perpetrated on the people of the United States.

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Seven Oaks 04.01.2005 21:59
The Tsunami and the discourse of compassion
the white world sets the tone of this humanitarian capacity through its domination of corporate media

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A. Citizen 04.01.2005 20:29
IS THE ELECTION OVER? DID BUSH WIN?
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In response to groupthink:

". . . but the election is over..." "Kerry lost."

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Robert Lindsay 04.01.2005 20:11
The Catastrophe of the Iraqi Resistance
Criticizes the Iraqi Resistance from a Left POV and finds them wanting. Poses the Palestinian resistance as a better model for a nationalist resistance against occupation.

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LLO 04.01.2005 17:41
Email sent to Mike Ruppert
Suicide may not be what it appears to be.

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Reality Dweller 04.01.2005 15:25
Disaster Strikes; Conspiracy Theories Abound
HAARP Did It! Aliens Did It! Neutron Bombs Did It! Bush/Cheney Did It!

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Matt Marriott 04.01.2005 13:57
Indonesia, Aceh, photo : Islam in denial of the apocalypse
The graffiti in the wall of Meubolah, one of the cities that was wiped out the face of the earth : "Be aware, the doomsday is coming "

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Bernard Weiner 04.01.2005 11:54
Karl Rove's "Modest Proposal": How to Initiate a Stealth Draft
Without re-instituting a universal military draft, Karl Rove has figured out a way to add millions of warm bodies to the army, in order to continue moving across the world establishing democracies and capital markets. It's a very "modest proposal."

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Clint Clark 04.01.2005 11:42
Why do Homo sapiens Drive Cars?
Homo sapiens can be trained to do many tricks and learn many different skills. However, because we developed a complex "Word" language (attaching named sounds and actions to named concepts), we can also become tricked by those Alphas (male and female) who use our "Word" language as a weapon.

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MK 04.01.2005 10:52
A Leftie Libbie's Argument Against Liberitarnism
I recently exchanged email with a libertarian columnist on the Lew Rockwell web site. It was very useful in helping me clarify my complaint with libertarianism.

Without consideration of the natural world, libertarianism is fatally flawed.

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Den Mark, Vancouver 04.01.2005 09:25
2 + 2 In Aceh
Aceh (Acheh) Province Hardest Hit

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singularity 04.01.2005 09:11
Lose the Game, and Denounce the Rules
The game, the much talked about and never defined 'game', is that same thing that we are taught to beleive as destiny in our childhood. The game, is living this life by a predesigned script, fitting everything onto college bound paper and making sure that every punctuation is correct. The goal of the game is perfection and that is what people are taught to strive for.

I would like to open the idea that the game is inherently wrong and perhaps we need to stop trying to win the game, perhaps we need to actively attempt to lose the game and denounce the rules of this game as completely and utterly 'off-base' and start over. Not even with a new game, or set of rules, just start over.

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a small woodland creature 04.01.2005 03:56
fear of open revolt?
the Amerikan fascist parties working together to quell the potentail of a rebellion

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Liam Scheff 04.01.2005 02:16
“Knowing is Beautiful”
As a journalist who writes about AIDS, I am endlessly amazed by the difference between the public and the private face of HIV; between what the public is told and what's explained in the medical literature.

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Amadeus 03.01.2005 23:57
GOP: Traitors To Democracy
House Republicans are at work trying to rid public oversight and accountability from our system of government.

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JR 03.01.2005 14:06
2004--a sincere remembrance
a couple of fond reflections

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Dave Lindorff 03.01.2005 12:49
Time to Put Democratic Senators on the Hot Seat
After the 2000 presidenial election farce, black representatives in Congress sought vainly to find just one Democratic senator to join them in a call to challenge the Florida electoral vote. None would. This time, those representatives may find more support when they call for a challenge to Ohio's electoral college delegation.

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Ed Hertzog 03.01.2005 08:53
The Internet: A Beneficent Commonwealth
On the nature of the state, church and internet as organizational tools for disaster relief efforts.

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A. Citizen 03.01.2005 07:36
CHALLENGE TO LEGITIMACY OF ELECTION LOOMS IN CONGRESS JAN. 6
On Thursday, January 6, the votes of the electoral College go to Congress, there to be accepted or challenged. Representative Conyers has stated he will challenge, along with as yet unspecified other members of Congress.

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Bird Dog 02.01.2005 21:14
GEORGE W. BUSH BIODATA
The following Article looks at GWB as you have never seen him before warts and all. just as he recieves the person of the year award from a board made up of his friends.

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Maka Fairman 02.01.2005 20:22
IT'S THIS CLOSE
Global changes and "cashless" America

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Gary Sudborough 02.01.2005 11:14
Tsunamis and Wars
An examination of the nature of US tsunami relief aid and the reasons for the differences in US corporate news coverage of wars and natural disasters.

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twospiritwarrior 02.01.2005 08:57
Let Them Stay
A song to support American War Resisters seeking refuge
in Canada.

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raw deal 02.01.2005 08:20
Is Bush really concerncered about Victims of the sunami
Bush contributes Millions of funds for Sumani victums, But this is not enought and quite frankly still a very imbarissing gesture..

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Manuel Valenzuela 02.01.2005 06:04
The System: Capitalism and its Role in American Society’s Plunge into the Abyss. Parts I,
commentary on the damaging role capitalism plays in american society

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John in DC 01.01.2005 23:39
GOP to Eviscerate Congressional Ethics Laws on Tuesday
House Republican leaders are planning to gut the ethics rules on Tuesday . . . read this and take action!

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Mark Drolette 01.01.2005 19:39
J. Kenneth Blackwell: A Man All for Democracy, Except, Uh, When He’s Not
With folks like Ohio Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell overseeing America's electoral process, we'll never have to worry about our voting system's integrity again - 'cause there just ain't none left. For more details, read on.

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Monkey Man Joe 01.01.2005 16:27
Bush is a blithering idiot!
Bruce Lee once said "Never underestimate your opponent."

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Iyanna 01.01.2005 15:18
PIPES FAVORS CONCENTRATION CAMPS
Juan Cole

12/30/04 That the Revisionist-Zionist extremist Daniel Pipes has fond visions of rounding up Muslim Americans and putting them in concentration camps isn't a big surprise. That a mainstream American newspaper would publish this David-Dukeian evil is. Of course, this is also a man that President Bush appointed to a temporary vacancy at the United States Institute of Peace, after the Senate understandably balked at a regular appointment for him.

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a guy 01.01.2005 12:13
Consent Workshop?
When is the consent workshop?

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Tony Blair's dog 01.01.2005 02:55
Happy New Year!
Going from the dark 2004 into the bright 2005.

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Sean4489 01.01.2005 01:11
Was the Tsunami Man-Made
fter reading the warning about a potential nuclear attack on Dec. 27th I must admit I became a little paranoid. I decided I had better come up with an "escape plan," just in case.

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peace rebel girl 31.12.2004 23:50
Hands of Hunger
giving is the best gift of all

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carl mayer 31.12.2004 19:40
Ten New Years Resolutions for Progressives
the gist of the article.

ABBers, Demogreens, strategic campaigners, safe staters,limousine liberals/michaelmoore, dem shills/benjamin/solomon/glick/cohen.................

you are the major impediments to progress from the "left"

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Celia Farber 31.12.2004 18:31
FOUR GRADE EVENT
After 20 years of hysteria, alarmism, misplaced recrimination and guilt, AIDS fatigue has beaten the newspaper-reading mind into a kind of blank. Citizens can't be faulted for not knowing how exactly to respond to last week's eruption of scandal from an NIH whistle-blower named Jonathan Fishbein, an AIDS researcher charged with overseeing clinical trials here and abroad. A reverberating language of bureaucracy and euphemism surrounds AIDS stories, making it impossible to know what has actually transpired.

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here is why: 31.12.2004 13:59
anyone beset with a "strange" flu-like cold?
I've been ill with a nagging flu-like cold for 2+ months, and antibodics are
not doing anything about it. I was told to got to this website (listed at the
bottom of interview transcript) and do some reading. I did, and am convinced
there is maybe something to this "chemtrail" business after all. For the last
4 days, I've been following some of the alternative remedies mentioned, and I
am finally getting some serious relief from this "strange" flu-like cold. I
pass this information on to you in the sincere hopes it'll be of benefit!

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Blackstate.com 30.12.2004 15:50
Why did all the election errors favor Bush?
Statistically one would think that the errors in electronic voting would have occurred equally to the benefit of each candidate. If there were a problem with an electronic voting machine than Kerry and Bush would at some point receive more or less votes than actually recorded. But this did not happen! Every single electronic voting error gave Bush more votes! Statistically this is impossible without some sort of tampering! This is the case. This is the conspiracy in plain sight.

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tt01 30.12.2004 15:39
Thoughts on the recent "Intelligence Reorganization" Bill
what follows is from my new blog, The Free Associator, at KYEO (keep your eyes open) blogspot.

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peace rebel girl 30.12.2004 14:37
These Hands
outstretched, reaching, needing, waiting...

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Anonymous 30.12.2004 11:57
Critical Mass on for December?
Seems like the Tsunami has exposed just how wrong American foreign policy priorities are. I'm wondering if we are massing this month.

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StevetheGreen 30.12.2004 09:29
The Pacific Green party: Our only hope
Do you agree with these values?
I.E. Grassroots Democracy, Social Justice, Ecological Wisdom, Nonviolence, Decentralization, Community-Based Economics, Gender Equity, Respect for Diversity, Personal & Global Responsibility, and Sustainability.

Then the question is "Why havn't you joined the Pacific Green party"???

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freddie 30.12.2004 08:29
RELEASE the raw exit poll data NOW!
the major news networks have had SIX WEEKS to work with the raw exit poll data acquired on Nov 2nd, but when Congressman Conyers requested them to release the raw data for the purposes of his inquiry into the election irregularities, NOT A SINGLE NETWORK was willing to do so!

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JD WALSH 30.12.2004 06:31
GOT YOUR LETTER SHITHEAD
letter from hell

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Me 29.12.2004 22:40
Two Tsunamis - Two Reactions
American media has pulled out all the stops in its heartbreaking coverage of the Tsunami catastrophe that thus far has claimed 80,000 lives. Every major news organization and even the president himself have declared the death toll "almost incomprehensible".

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red suspenders 29.12.2004 20:33
Money versus action?
I did a little fuzzy new math in my head- the 15 million pledged by the US is a whole five cents for each one of us in this country- Stingy sounds like a good word to me...

Then I got thinking... What the hell good is money in a time like this anyhow? what is really needed and what is the US doing about it?

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jason 29.12.2004 17:24
Nothing happened on the 27th
well, what now

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- 29.12.2004 15:46
PRESIDENT BUSH'S TUESDAY SCHEDULE
as many search for loved one's along the Indian Ocean or help ease suffering to those who survived this event. mr bush spent his tuesday cutting wood and biking. remember during september 11th how he cowarded while more people suffered. remember how he sent people to their deaths in a war based on lies or all the innocent causalties as a result of his lies. WHEN ARE WE GOING TO TAKE TO THE STREETS AND GO TO THE WHITEHOUSE TO REMOVE THIS DEMON! peacefully of course.

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curious 29.12.2004 14:38
Was the tsunami caused by a bomb?
It seems very convenient that the epicenter of the earthquake was in war torn Aceh. Could a bomb or series of bombs on the faultline have caused this huge earthquake/tsunami?

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Working Class Mama 29.12.2004 14:32
A Possible Radical Childcare Solution
This article is an announcement of a need from the community in regards to affordable, reliable, safe, accountable, political chilcare with a suggestion for a solution.

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Yoshie Furuhashi 29.12.2004 14:22
"$350 for One Jew, $700 for a Couple"
Christian Zionists are doing all they can to hasten the Rapture. How? By putting Jews on sale on TV.

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