Saturday, October 16, 2004

The Bu$h Crime Administration 

"The Bush Administration cannot account for how billions of dollars of Iraqi oil proceeds were spent," Waxman said. "The mismanagement, lack of transparency, and potential corruption will seriously undermine our efforts in Iraq. A thorough congressional investigation is urgently needed."

Auditors can't account for Iraq spent funds
U.S. and Iraqi officials doled out hundreds of millions of dollars in oil proceeds and other moneys for Iraqi projects earlier this year.

Veterans Wait Months For Disability Benefits.
Republican leadership’s four-year failure to conduct investigations of misconduct involving Bush Administration officials.

Why is war-torn Iraq giving $190,000 to Toys R Us?
Next week, something will happen that will unmask the upside-down morality of the invasion and occupation of Iraq. On October 21, Iraq will pay $200m in war reparations to some of the richest countries and corporations in the world.

United Nations Compensation Commission

Who has been getting "reparation" awards from Iraq:

Halliburton ($18m)
Bechtel ($7m)
Mobil ($2.3m)
Shell ($1.6m)
Nestlé ($2.6m)
Pepsi ($3.8m)
Philip Morris ($1.3m)
Sheraton ($11m)
Kentucky Fried Chicken ($321,000)
Toys R Us ($189,449)

These corporations did not claim that Saddam's forces damaged their property in Kuwait - only that they "lost profits" or, in the case of American Express, experienced a "decline in business" because of the invasion and occupation of Kuwait.

Carlyle pulls out of Iraq debt recovery consortium
The consortium offered a confidential deal to use its political influence to collect a $27bn (£15bn) debt owed by Iraq to Kuwait, despite US pleas for debt forgiveness from other countries.

Chinese "Spray-On Demolition Explosive" Specialist In WTC?
Three Medford school teachers were threatened with arrest and thrown out of the President Bush rally at the Jackson County Fairgrounds Thursday night, after they showed up wearing T-shirts with the slogan "Protect our civil liberties."

Bushist Party bagmen who sharked up more than $40 million in the usual no-bid conquistador contracts from the rape of Iraq -- and may have skimmed an extra $50 million in fraudulent cream By Chris Floyd
Global Eye.

Global ShakeDowns-R-Us: James Baker-Carlyle Group
However since Baker is also an equity partner with a reported $180 million stake in the Carlyle Group, the conflict of interest is at once stark and undeniable.

Flashback: Bush to New York: Here's Your $20 Billion—Now Drop Dead
Once upon a time, Bloomberg’s Republican pedigree was seen as an advantage in diverting federal money to the city. In fact, the opposite may be true.

James Baker's Double Life by Naomi Klein
The secret deal involves a complex transaction to transfer ownership of as much as $57 billion in unpaid Iraqi debts.

FBI chief warns of possible terror attack before US elections
There is still a possibility that terrorists are plotting to attack the United States before the Nov. 2 elections, Robert Mueller, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), warned Friday.

Bush's Police in Riot Gear Fire on Crowd with Balls Loaded with Pepper
"I don't think I moved fast enough," said Swaney. "I can't believe this happens in the United States. It was very peaceful. I think this is the way tyranny begins."

China planning to invest $12Bln in Russia by 2020
Talking about investment in Russia, the Chinese premier said his country "is willing to increase investment in Russia on the construction of infrastructure facilities, exploitation of oil and gas and high technology co-operation."

Advancement Project is a democracy and justice action group.

Moore's Pre - Election TV Special Nixed
A cable pay-per-view company has decided not to show a three-hour election eve special with filmmaker Michael Moore that included a showing of his documentary ``Fahrenheit 9/11,'' which is sharply critical of President Bush.

Car Bombs Kill Five U.S. Troops in Iraq
Car bombs killed five U.S. troops in Iraq, the U.S. military said Saturday, the latest in a string of such attacks at the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Blasts also targeted five churches in the Iraqi capital.

Platoon defies orders in Iraq - platoon had been arrested on a bogus charge because they refused to go on a suicide mission
Platoon defies orders in Iraq.
US troops 'refused Iraq mission'.

Rove Testifies in Probe of Leak of CIA Worker's Name
Karl Rove, President Bush's chief political adviser, testified yesterday before a federal grand jury investigating whether administration officials last year illegally disclosed the identity of covert CIA employee Valerie Plame.

A Little Patriotic Sacrifice By Bill Moyers
There are moments when you see suddenly crystallized in a particular event, a threat to democracy as ominous as the smoke rising from Mt. St. Helens.

The Polluted Planet: Alarm as Global Study Finds One-Third of Amphibians Face Extinction
Amphibians - frogs, toads, newts and salamanders - are among the longest surviving animals on earth, yet something dramatic now threatens that longevity. And mankind is responsible.

First UA93 Tuesday Flight was on 9-11
ThoughtCrimeNews.com has learned through a search of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) databases that United Flight 93, as we have been given to understand it, flew for the first time on 11th September 2001.

State Department Opposes Anti-Semitism Law
Declaring it already works hard to combat anti-Semitism, the State Department on Wednesday opposed legislation approved by Congress to document annually attacks on Jews around the world.

The Three Stooges in Iraq, and the U.S.’s First Stooge
The original architects of the U.S. empire—long before its celebration by today’s neoconservatives—understood the importance of legitimacy in the neo-colonialist enterprise.

Data Miner Free From U.S. Law Firm in Bahamas Avoids Privacy Rules
Bell's new employer, the Bahamas-based Global Information Group Ltd., intends to amass large databases of international records and analyze them in the coming years for corporations, government agencies and other information services.

Photos of anti-war Americans on their way to Iraq
More than 2,000 people opposing the war in Iraq, including teachers, lawyers and the father of an American beheaded by terrorists, are sending Iraqis personal photos with protest messages to showcase "what Americans are really like."

Report: Israel set to collide with EU
Confidential Israeli report also warns of country becoming a 'pariah state' like apartheid-era South Africa.

Report: Israel set to collide with EU
Confidential Israeli report also warns of country becoming a 'pariah state' like apartheid-era South Africa.

Israel fears future as a pariah state
The 25-page document, by the ministry’s Centre for Political Research, says the EU is pushing to become a major global player in the next decade, and that as a result, the United States, Israel’s main ally, could lose international influence.

As Oprah Slaps Bush; With 30 states poised to smack down women's rights again, the one true savior emerges
So there she was, the nation's most powerful and popular public female, kicking butt on a recent installment of her insanely beloved TV show with the help of celeb guests (Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, P. Diddy, Christina Aguilera) and galvanizing stunned women across the nation to participate in this election, or else.

Thirty states ready to ban abortion if Roe overturned
So Thirty states are poised to make abortion illegal within a year if the Supreme Court reversed its 1973 ruling establishing a woman's legal right to an abortion, an advocacy group said Tuesday.

Republicans, Out of Ideas, Ask Prosecutors to Arrest Michael Moore
You may have heard by now that the Michigan Republican Party has called for my arrest. That's right. They literally want me brought up on charges -- and hope that I'm locked up.

SUDAN: Oil Fuels Genocide by Nat Hentoff
Structurally, the United Nations is utterly incapable of assuring the rule of law and human rights in many of its member countries. Human rights abusers Russia and China, for example, have veto powers in the Security Council. And of the U.N. Human Rights Commission, composed of many unremitting human rights abusers, Sudan itself is a proud member.

The latest election fraud warnings Voter's Digest
Throughout this election, the Voice will be gathering information and articles about allegations of voter fraud and disenfranchisement. Check this page for regular updates.

This weekend, Central Park will play host to what is being billed as “the biggest tag sale ever in new york city!”

REMEMBER THE ALAMO - How George W. Bush reinvented himself
Bush was born on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, Connecticut, into about as sociologically comfortable a berth as one can imagine.

Bush Needs a Terrorist Attack to Win
“I think there’s gonna be a huge turnout. All the voter registration figures are up, the polling indicates.”

'Sharon is a butcher'
Palestinians on Saturday surveyed the widespread devastation inflicted by Israeli troops during an 18-day military operation in the northern Gaza Strip, after the troops redeployed overnight - comparing the scene to the aftermath of an earthquake.

Flashback: This war on terrorism is bogus - The 9/11 attacks gave the US an ideal pretext to use force to secure its global domination
Saturday September 6, 2003.

A couple of weeks ago I was driving home at about 4:00 AM when I spotted three illegal aliens standing at the turnoff to my house (which is also a bus stop). I stopped, and they asked if I was there to pick them up. I told them no; I asked them if they were illegals
This is just one of many instances, but I thought it was quite frustrating. I want to throw up every time I hear a politician talk about Homeland security, or Bush talk about protecting the citizens from domestic terrorism while he does nothing about the thousands of people who cross our borders illegally every day.

Al-Qaida agent posed as student, FBI says
A senior al-Qaida operative accused of conducting surveillance on U.S. financial buildings as possible terrorist targets got into the United States on a student visa, according to the FBI.

America's secret history of freakish cults, financial fraud, and the occasional member of the Rockefeller family, all of which helped make possible today's 9.11 cover-up
The story of the auto thief from Cleveland who discovered 39 dead bodies in Rancho Santa Fe Ca. in March of 1997 in the Heaven’s Gate cult mass suicide.

NYC: More bones found at mob graveyard
More human bones turned up yesterday at the excavation of the suspected mob graveyard on Ruby Street in South Ozone Park.

Teachers' T-Shirts Bring Bush Speech Ouster
Three Medford school teachers were threatened with arrest and thrown out of the President Bush rally at the Jackson County Fairgrounds Thursday night, after they showed up wearing T-shirts with the slogan "Protect our civil liberties."

National Security Archive: Government Censors 9/11 Aviation Warnings
The Transportation Security Administration this week refused to release the texts or even the titles of five aviation warnings given to airlines just before the 9/11 terrorist attacks."

9/11 File Unsolved (German TV Documentary)
Scenes of the Attack on 9/11/’01. Pictures and sounds of a crime that has been etched into our memories."

WTC foundations were blasted...'collapse' was actually a controlled demolition
WTC Controlled Demolition.

Friday, October 15, 2004

The Homeland is Dead 

Are we on the verge of another stolen election? Is anything being done about it?
More Voting Machines Problems.

Platoon defies orders in Iraq - platoon had been arrested on a bogus charge because they refused to go on a suicide mission
Platoon defies orders in Iraq.

Block the Vote By PAUL KRUGMAN
Earlier this week former employees of Sproul & Associates (operating under the name Voters Outreach of America), a firm hired by the Republican National Committee to register voters, told a Nevada TV station that their supervisors systematically tore up Democratic registrations.

First UA93 Tuesday Flight was on 9-11
ThoughtCrimeNews has now learned that Flight 93 began as a scheduled service from EWR to SFO on September 5th 2001, but the first Tuesday flight was indeed on 9-11. The story below has not been changed to reflect this; instead this update has been posted. This information was not forthcoming until after the original story had been posted.

Budget Gap Swells to Record $413 Bln
The U.S. budget gap expanded to $412.55 billion in fiscal 2004, marking the Bush administration's second-straight record deficit, the Treasury Department said on Thursday.

US insurance sector corrupt, says Spitzer
Eliot Spitzer, the battling New York attorney general who took on Wall Street, yesterday turned his sights on the insurance industry, accusing it of widespread corruption.

Homeland adviser mum on ex-employer’s financial terror links
Joseph Grano Jr., 56, said he did not inform - Investigators soon learned through serial numbers that some of the freshly minted $100 bills came from UBS.

Carlton Sherwood, who has produced an anti-John Kerry video that will be aired across the United States before the Nov. 2 elections, wrote a book in the 1980s denouncing federal investigators who tried to crack down on Rev. Sun Myung Moon’s illicit financial operations By Robert Parry
Kerry Attacker Protected Rev. Moon.

China, Russia complete boundary delimitation China-Russia strategic partnership of cooperation
People of the two countries will "always be good neighbors, good friends and good partners"

Influential Bond Guru Bill Gross Says The Government Is Intentionally Understating The CPI -- And What A Howl That Has Raised
A Federal Inflation Conspiracy?

Haute Con Job
Investment Outlook Bill Gross | October 2004

Exclusive ATSNN Interview With 2004 Presidential Candidate Michael Badnarik
ATSNN is pleased to present an exclusive interview with 2004 U.S Presidential candidate Michael Badnarik, of the Libertarian Party.ATSNN wishes to thank Michael Badnarik for the oportunity to put these question to him and also the members of abovetopsecret.com for submitting their questions.

Buzzflash: List of objectives we expect a good government to strive to achieve
The Goals.

Mr. Bush, If You're Winning the War on Terror, Why Is There More Terrorism?
Why Is There More Terrorism?

Bush postpones election-year doctor's visit
Bush, 58, is known as an avid physical fitness buff who switched from running to mountain biking earlier this year after hurting his knee.

Bush and the Draft is a campaign launched to help prevent a new generation from falling victim to a preventable draft

Men's Health magazine: Detroit nation's sex disease capital
Detroit was followed by Newark, N.J., and Baltimore, Md. The magazine's safest cities for sex diseases were Anaheim, Calif., Santa Ana, Calif., and Spokane, Wash.

Study: One in 100 adults asexual
About one percent of adults have absolutely no interest in sex, according to a new study, and that distinction is becoming one of pride among many asexuals.

Rare fatal disease investigated in Ulster County
There are two forms of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. One form, known as variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, is contracted by eating the beef from cows infected of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease.

We've Got Hard Questions
Let's pretend that we can get some real answers, especially from Bush.

Dance Theatre of Harlem: Out of cash, Dance Theatre of Harlem goes on hiatus and hunts for help
Minding Mr. Mitchell's Baby.

Canada: Harper said the government needs to make major investments in the military
"It is essential that they take defence seriously," he said. "We are seeing the consequences of 30 years of neglect and the gradual loss of our military capacity. This is just another example."

Gen. Tommy Franks says U.S. should have hired Iraqi soldiers
"I fault bureaucratic behavior in my own country and in the international community"

Permanent Values
An interview with the ACLU's Anthony Romero.

The making of the terror myth
Since September 11 Britain has been warned of the 'inevitability' of catastrophic terrorist attack. But has the danger been exaggerated? A major new TV documentary claims that the perceived threat is a politically driven fantasy - and al-Qaida a dark illusion. Andy Beckett reports.

Google launches PC hard-drive search tool
Google Inc. on Thursday became the first tech heavyweight to tackle the daunting task of uncluttering computers, introducing a program that quickly scours hard drives for documents, e-mails, instant messages and past Web searches.

The Voice Of The White House
"As I read it, an 18 year old girl with two children and no husband to support her will be subject to the draft. There was a discussion about what to do with the children and if the family cannot raise them during the draftee's tour of duty, then some kind of Federal Child Care center will have to suffice."

Feisty dollar gets in on the Act
The advent of the Homeland Investment Act caused the US dollar to strengthenonce again yesterday.

Jet crash: Claims of explosion
The tail section of a Boeing 747 snapped off seconds before the loaded cargo jet crashed into woods at the end of a runway at Halifax International Airport early on Thursday, killing all seven crew - one of them a South African.

Another Texas Chupacabra?
Local animal experts are having a hard time identifying a strange looking animal killed in Angelina County on Friday -- an animal that looks eerily similar to the as yet unidentified "Elmendorf Beast" killed near San Antonio earlier this year.

Unmanned Presidential Vehicle
Bush wrong about UAVs on border - and everything else - SO IS KERRY.

Hahn surrenders Los Angeles to invading horde
Hahn: Let Mexicans stay here.

"The border is still out of control," Spencer said. "There is nothing new in what President Bush or Kerry said."

Border question, lead-in surprise locals during presidential debate
The president misspoke when he said the federal government is still flying unmanned aerial vehicles, when the truth is the test use of the pilotless planes recently ended, Spencer said.

WGME Loses Ads Over Plan to Air Anti-Kerry Film
Advertisers on Sinclair stations in other cities have received calls and e-mail, but published reports as of Thursday listed only a few who have actually pulled advertising.

Shells From Syria Fired at Troops in Iraq
"Who exactly is firing these mortars, we do not know. But what we do know is that the point of origin of these rounds is on the Syrian side of the border," said Woodbridge, 39, of Brooklyn.

Israeli army suspends commander
The Israeli army suspended a company commander who was accused of repeatedly shooting a 13-year-old Palestinian girl to make sure she was dead, but officials said Friday the punishment wasn't because of the shooting.

I remember as a child being taught that Americans were a moral people. Our moral superiority was the reason we had won two world wars, and why the rest of the world looked to us to establish the standards in human rights. Even the United Nations supposedly took their cues from the US in drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

This is nuts. Someone needs to stop Wal-Mart! Mexican wrath over Wal-Mart store
Mexican writers and artists have joined a campaign to stop the US retailer, Wal-Mart, from opening a store near the famous ruins of Teotihuacan.

Iraq faces soaring toll of deadly disease
Soaring rates of disease and a crippled health system are posing a new crisis for the people of Iraq, threatening to kill more than have died in the aftermath of the war.

Thursday, October 14, 2004

Civilization Continues to Rot 

Economic World War approximating genocidal dimensions - "Venezuela, Iran and Indonesia will follow once Russia moves to the Euro ... it would destroy the US$ as a reserve currency" is most timely, and very clearly portrays immediate future developments on a world scale
Economic World War approximating genocidal dimensions.

Federal Fearmongering or Cover up story for Nuking of a US City? Chechen terrorists probed
This is all very suspicious. Even mainstream news in Europe is saying that Putin may have been involved in the school shooting in Beslan. Bush and Putin are both allies who are using terrorism as a pretext to turn russia and the United States into total Police States.

U.S. Rejects U.N. Plan for Women
The United States has refused to join 85 heads of state and government in signing a statement that endorsed a 10-year-old U.N. plan to ensure every woman's right to education, healthcare and choice about having children.

U.S. security officials are investigating a recent intelligence report that a group of 25 Chechen terrorists illegally entered the United States from Mexico in July
Chechen terrorists probed.
A team of Chechen terrorists, possibly joined by al Qaida operatives, may have illegally entered the United States across the Mexican border, it was reported today.

Bush and Kerry Represent the Real Terrorists
George Bush represents US oil interests. He likely will launch a nuclear war against Iran and let the radiation solve his Iraq problem. John Kerry represents Rothschild oil interests. Kerry will look the other way while Israel does the same thing.

Republicrats Still Linking Iraq to 9/11
On the eve of the third anniversary of 9/11, the U.S. House of Representatives – by an overwhelming, bipartisan majority of 406-16 – passed a resolution linking Iraq to the al-Qaeda attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Columbus Changed Indians For The Better
Larry Greene, the author of the letter linked below, frequently appears on the Letter to the Editor pages of The New London Day. He writes negatively about the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and sovereignty in general.

Time for a New American Revolution
Three Presidential debates have come, three Presidential debates have gone. What have we learned from 270 minutes of political rhetoric?

Complaints by soldiers under daily fire contrast sharply with White House and Pentagon statements
Two Slack Generals At Balad.

Bush Exibits Strange Behaviour During Final Debate
Just do a Google search on 'bush cocaine' and see how many links you get. Of the 200,000 plus filter out the obvious kook sites and see what you're left with.

RUSSIA is back! Duma Votes to Send Russia Back to “Old Days” of One-Party Rule
“What’s being proposed is a return to the old days, when even the man in charge of the bath-house couldn’t be appointed without the party’s say-so,” Communist deputy Sergei Reshulsky said.

Russia Says Finished Building Iran Nuclear Plant
Russia's top nuclear authority said on Thursday it had finished construction of an atomic power plant in Iran -- a project the United States fears Tehran could use to make nuclear arms.

Terrorists Targeting Our Schools?
A nationwide advisory has been issued to schools across the country. It all started after U.S. soldiers in Iraq found photos and floor plans of six schools in the U.S. Among them, one in Franklinville, NJ and the other is in Rumson, NJ.

13 Russian-Chinese documents signed in Beijing
Thirteen documents have been signed following talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao in Beijing on Thursday.

George W. Bush and the Mandate of Heaven
What the final debate revealed.

NATO planning for takeover of Afghanistan military operations likely: US
NATO could order the start of military planning for a possible takeover of operations in Afghanistan.

FEC May Regulate Web Political Activity
With political fund raising, campaign advertising and organizing taking place in full swing over the Internet, it may just be a matter of time before the Federal Election Commission joins the action. Well, that time may be now.

Tomgram: Michael Klare on oil wars and the American military
So here we are. The price of a barrel of crude oil leapt to $52.02 on the New York Mercantile Exchange yesterday, having breached the $51 level only the day before, and today it briefly cracked $53 on its way to… well, who knows where? At just this moment, the Energy Department is predicting that consumers in the Northeast will be paying $1,223 for heating-oil this winter, a leap of 28% over last year.

US diplomats baulk at Jewish bill
The US State Department has raised objections to a bill approved by Congress that would require it to set up an office on anti-Semitism.

Israelis covering up their losses in Jabaliya
Testimonies and eyewitness accounts from residents of the refugee camp, being aired around the clock on local radio stations, either confirm seeing an Israeli tank ripped apart by a roadside bomb or helicopters landing nearby to evacuate Israeli casualties.

Report Finds Lavish Spending at TSA
The government agency in charge of airport security spent nearly a half-million dollars on an awards ceremony at a lavish hotel, including $81,000 for plaques and $500 for cheese displays, according to an internal report obtained by The Associated Press.

'Bush Wired' Story Continues; 'Bulge' Appears in Third Debate Kerry looks wired as well
Shortly after the first presidential debate, buzz began to build on the Internet regarding a bulge that appeared under the jacket of George W. Bush.

M. Shahid Alam: Is There An Islamic Problem?
I have brought together in this book some of the essays I wrote after September 11, 2001, essays in which I have tried to make sense – historical sense.

PDF: Mexico/U.S. Border: Produce More Water, or Fight Over It. (Oct. 15)
Produce More Water, or Fight Over It.

The worst kind of debt: Charging the groceries
Slowly, survival debt crept into their lives and onto their credit cards. One of Yalitza’s clients was slow to pay her -- but swore the check was almost in the mail. “We had no cash, so I had to put the groceries on my card,” she says. “But I figured the check was coming; I’d pay it back when it came.”

Political furor won't halt outsourcing of jobs, studies assert
No matter who wins the U.S. presidential election, the outsourcing of technology jobs is here to stay.

SEC Widens Newspaper Circulation Investigation
The Securities and Exchange Commission has asked several media companies to provide information about how they calculate paid circulation, an industry-wide inquiry that comes after circulation-inflation scandals at four large newspapers this year, the companies confirmed yesterday.

Both candidates avoid tough talk on deficit
Bush, Kerry take different approaches, promise similar outcome.

Reducing Poverty by Reducing Government
I accept the description of the facts of widespread poverty cited by Herbert, but I have a radically different solution for them than the kind that he and the rest of his colleagues at the Times would likely offer.

Seven Steps To Justice
At present, most new money (in the West, 97%; plus 3% coins and notes) is fiat electronic money created by the banking system and issued as interest-bearing loans. Such money has an essentially fraudulent origin, tends to be inflationary, and can double or treble the cost of capital investment.

Buy America II: The First Shoe Drops
The featured article of my February 2004 issue of Financial Insights was entitled: “Will ‘Buy America’ Become the World’s New Mantra?”

War Gave Us Caesar
The stakes are high, the public is divided, and extreme rhetoric is flying. So it always is the month before the presidential election. Why? Because of the power of the office, the very existence of which is contrary to any robust notion of freedom.

The Ethics and Economics of Private Property
The Problem of Social Order.

The Lobster Trap of Central Banking
Central banking is a gigantic lobster trap. It is set by the commercial banking industry and the government, which grants the central bank a monopoly over the control of the monetary reserves (government debt) that are used by commercial banks to issue loans.

Transcript: Third Presidential Debate
Following is a transcript of the third and final presidential debate between between President Bush (R) and Sen. John F. Kerry (D). The moderator of the nationally televised debate is Bob Schieffer of CBS News.

100 Mistakes for the President to Choose From
During a prime time press conference on April 13, President Bush was asked to name a mistake that he has made since taking office and what he has learned from it.

Psychiatrist Blames Bad Gene Pool for Massive Drugging of Foster Care Children in Texas
Does this indicate the Resurgence of Eugenics in America?

Baghdad Burning
Apparently, some topic that came up during a recent Oprah show has caught a lot of attention. Before I continue, let me first say- yes- we do know who Oprah is.

FDA approves implantable microchips
VeriChips, radio frequency microchips the size of a grain of rice, have already been used to identify wayward pets and livestock.

Chechen Terrorists With Backpacks Cross Into Arizona From Mexico — Report
U.S. security officials are investigating a recent intelligence report that 25 Chechen militants illegally entered the United States from Mexico in July.

D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams attended a community meeting in Southeast D.C.'s Ward 7 last night, and was met by a barrage of questions about why he plans to build a $440 million Expos baseball stadium instead of putting the money into the city's schools and hospitals. As the Washington Post tells the story:
Ward 7 residents: Schools, not stadiums.

Iran's Gas Pipeline May Turn South Asia's Peace Pipe
Of the many initiatives undertaken to forge lasting peace between South Asia's squabbling neighbors, none can challenge the promise of Iran's proposed natural gas pipeline to India traversing through Pakistan.

The Military's Uniformed Leaders Are To Blame
A Sharp Army Field Grade Officer Sounds Off.

A Sergeant Speaks The Hard Truth
Before I begin, let me state that I am a soldier currently deployed in Iraq, I am not an armchair quarterback. Nor am I some politically idealistic and naïve young soldier, I am an old and seasoned Non-Commissioned Officer with nearly 20 years under my belt. Additionally, I am not just a soldier with a muds-eye view of the war, I am in Civil Affairs and as such, it is my job to be aware of all the events occurring in this country and specifically in my region.

World Trade Center 7 Imploded by Silverstein, FDNY and Others
World Trade Center 7 Imploded by Silverstein, FDNY and Others.

Building 7 was the third skyscraper to collapse into rubble on September 11, 2001. According to the government, small fires leveled this building, but fires have never before or since destroyed a steel skyscraper.

GOP-paid firm faces voter-fraud charge
Democrats in Nevada charged in a lawsuit Wednesday that a company paid by the Republican National Committee destroyed voter-registration forms they had collected from Democratic voters.

The cracks in Bush's crown
The man who would be king, unable to maintain the fictions of his talking points, resorts to repeating lines from his father's presidential campaign.

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

U.S. Resisters flee to Canada 

Resisters of war again flee to Canada
TORONTO - Jeremy Hinzman enlisted in the U.S. Army and did a tour in Afghanistan. Then came orders to go to Iraq. He neatly piled his Army gear in his living room at Fort Bragg, N.C., and fled to Canada with his wife and baby.

The Resurrection of 'America First!' by Patrick J. Buchanan
Rely upon it. America First is back.

US ELECTION: In Case You Missed It: "I-Team Investigation Uncovers Voter Registration Fraud"
With just 21 days left until an election in which every vote will count, the 9News I-Team has uncovered voter registration fraud that could cause chaos on Election Day for hundreds, possibly thousands of Colorado voters.

Syria arrests 80 suspects (Israeli intelligence) in Hamas slaying
They said the suspects held Iraqi passports and were directly linked to Israeli intelligence, the Mossad.

Neocons Universally Despised But are they on the way out, or on the verge of a complete takeover?
I should add, however, that –as I explain in my piece – both groups are equally wrong about the Iraq war and the origins of the "war on terrorism."

Senator Shuts D.C. Office due to "an unacceptably greater risk"
"I do so out of extreme but necessary precaution to protect the lives and safety of my Senate staff and my Minnesota constituents who might otherwise visit my office in the next few weeks. I feel compelled to do so because I will not be here in Washington to share in what I consider to be unacceptably greater risk to their safety,"

US to rate its allies on their treatment of Jews
In another test of America's frayed relations with France, Russia and other allies, the US Congress has ordered the State Department to start rating governments throughout the world on their treatment of Jewish citizens.

Jewish terrorists attack Palestinian olive harvesters near Nablus
The sources said a group of heavily armed messianic Jewish terrorists from the settlement of Yitzhar near Nablus descended on Palestinian olive growers and began shooting at them.

Settler shoots Palestinian farmer in olive grove brawl
Settler shoots Palestinian.

Sharon vows to punish Likud rebels
Likud rebels.

The humanitarian situation in the northern Gaza Strip is reaching crisis levels, with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United Nations warning of imminent starvation
Gazans face starvation.

U.S. Soldiers are being screwed! Infantryman writes of having to buy his own supplies for Iraq
The Marines without boots had to pay for cabs to bring them outside of the base to a military surplus store in town, where they could buy desert boots that actually fit."

Muzzling Soldiers Is Nothing New
Politicians and military commanders were lying about how wars were progressing long before the sword and the shield first clashed. And the long distances and delayed communications made censoring what was reported to citizens no big stretch.

Nobel prize winner Robert Mundell reckons that the "long-term goal is world currency", and proposed to call it "Intoro".

Russia is still a major power and is determined to continue playing a significant role in the international arena
Three main topics were discussed during Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s meetings with Iranian officials.

Russia wants broader arms trade with Brazil - Putin
Putin hoped the visit "will lay a good foundation for military- technical relations between our two countries."

Twenty-five percent polled also believe the United States could unleash a war against Russia at anytime
State incompetence, greed, indifference, corruption, and poverty at home breed fear and distrust among average Russians, making foreign enemies the least of Russia's problems.

China demands lifting of arms ban
China demanded yesterday that the European Union lift a 15-year-old embargo on weapons sales to Beijing, criticising it as a Cold War relic after the latest French attempt to end the ban failed.

HAITI: US urges end to Haiti bloodshed
The US has urged allies of exiled Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide to rein in militants after two weeks of unrest and nearly 50 deaths.

SUDAN: Thousands more flee Darfur homes
The US has urged allies of exiled Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide to rein in militants after two weeks of unrest and nearly 50 deaths.

"It is extremely dangerous for humanity that the president of the mightiest power on the planet publicly says that he speaks with and acts on behalf of God." -Aleida Guevara

Aleida Guevara: Time to act, not just talk. It is extremely dangerous for humanity that the president of the mightiest power on the planet publicly says that he speaks with and acts on behalf of God
Since I was young, I have understood how right Benito Juárez, the outstanding Mexican patriot, was when he said: "Respecting others' rights is the way to peace."

Plant a tree, win the Nobel Peace Prize? The world's highest honor, bestowed last week on a Kenyan feminist dynamo most famous for her grass-roots effort to plant some 30 million trees in Africa
Buckminister Fuller coined the phrase "spaceship Earth." To travel together, mankind's got to maintain it.

A day after it announced it found a large amount of natural gas off the coast of Venezuela, ChevronTexaco said its Congo unit has made a "significant discovery" off the coast of West Africa
In a Monday report, federal investigators began focusing on four American oil companies -- including ChevronTexaco -- and three U.S. citizens who allegedly received vouchers for oil from Saddam Hussein as he sought to flout United Nations sanctions.

Federal investigators are focusing on four American oil companies -- including San Ramon-based ChevronTexaco -- and three U.S. citizens who allegedly received vouchers for oil from Saddam Hussein as he sought to flout United Nations sanctions, the Wall Street Journal is reporting
Chevron named in CIA report on oil deal with Saddam.

F-35 fighter jet: Pratt & Whitney Canada will receive $100 million US over 20 years to make bladed compressor rotors for the Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter
Canada invested $150 million US in the F-35 program, and has won almost 130 production contracts valued at $1.5 billion US.

U.S. sees risk at Mexico border
INTERPOL MEETING: Terrorists might try to use existing criminal networks on the border to slip operatives into the United States, but so far there is no evidence any have tried to do so.

9 Die in Japan Suicides Tied to Web
Last year, Japan reported a record 34,427 cases of suicide, a slight increase over previous years. From January 2003 to June 2004.

An estimated 40 million Americans are eligible for citizenship in another country. Any takers?
Even the U.S. State Department says that the government does not encourage dual nationality because of problems it may cause.

“Immigrant Nation, Divided Country” premieres on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. on CNN/U.S. (ET) with CNN’s Maria Hinojosa tracking the illegal immigration debate from a nearly deserted village in Mexico to the booming suburbs of Atlanta and the rural hamlets of North Georgia
CNN Illustrates Debate Over Illegal Immigration.

The Changing Face of Poverty. This is an issue that Bush and Kerry don't want to talk about because it touches a politically explosive subject: immigration
If more poor and unskilled people enter the country—and have children—there will be more poverty. (The Census figures cover both legal and illegal immigrants; estimates of illegals range upward from 7 million.) About 33 percent of all immigrants (not just Hispanics) lack a high-school education.

My son said that the Army’s bureaucracy has been causing disaffection among the troops when Iraqis come to his base to report bad guys and weapons caches
Fighting Bureaucrats in Iraq.

Respected conservatives agree with 'clueless lefties'
"Bush's ideological blinders led to ill-advised war in Iraq,"

Indymedia Seizure Hits Two Nations
Freedom of expression worldwide has been under threat since agents of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) last week seized two Internet servers hosting Web sites of the Independent Media Centers. In Latin America, Indymedia Brazil and Uruguay are directly affected.

Unfit Commander
Texans for Truth.

Is Bush Wired?
The Emperor's New Suit.

STOP Sinclair Broadcast Group
STOP Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Technical expert: Bush was wired
A Bush spokesman tells Salon there is nothing to the story. But as the final presidential debate looms, speculation grows about the mysterious bulge.

Color my future Soylent Green
Here's the real deal for the American worker: No pension, no Social Security, jobs exported to India and China, welfare long gone (thank Clinton), a future of endless war and an old age of dumpster diving.

As Oprah Slaps Bush With 30 states poised to smack down women's rights again, the one true savior emerges
So there she was, the nation's most powerful and popular public female, kicking butt on a recent installment of her insanely beloved TV show with the help of celeb guests.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Financing Mass Murder 

New York Stock Exchange—oblivious to the more than 50,000 black Africans murdered
How free-market investors contribute to genocide in Darfur while they take the profits

Justice Antonin Scalia: "Abortion, gay rights and the 'right to die' are best left to the legislative and executive branches, he [Scalia] said. 'You want a right to abortion? ... Pass a law.'"

Justice Antonin Scalia: "I even take the position that sexual orgies eliminate social tensions and ought to be encouraged."

In his belief that we get our rights from our government, Scalia is more closely following the logic of dictators and theocrats than of Jefferson, Madison, and Hamilton
Bush & Scalia: "You want privacy rights? Pass a law!"

Scalia flashback: Orgies are the way to ease social tensions, claims US judge
He is the conservative bastion of the US supreme court, a favourite of President Bush, and a hunting partner of the vice-president. He has argued vociferously against abortion rights, and in favour of anti-sodomy laws.

39 million Americans in working poor families
One in every five U.S. jobs pays less than a poverty-level wage for a family of four, according to a study by the nonpartisan Working Poor Families Project.

Checking the Facts, in Advance
t's not hard to predict what President Bush, who sounds increasingly desperate, will say tomorrow. Here are eight lies or distortions you'll hear, and the truth about each:

Nobel prize winner Robert Mundell reckons that the "long-term goal is world currency", and proposed to call it "Intoro".

U.S. to double military in Colombia
The number of U.S. military personnel in Colombia will double, to 800, in the coming months, based on a weekend vote in the U.S. Congress.

U$ Billions at work: Israelis Investigate Army Commander Who Shot Palestinian Girl 20 Times
Two separate official investigations are under way into the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old girl in Gaza by the Israeli army after soldiers testified that their company commander.

Top 10 Reasons for the US to Get Out of Iraq
Top 10 Reasons for the US to Get Out of Iraq.

An agonizing choice
Conservatives have plenty of cause to abandon Bush.

District attorney's dismissal of many charges shows NYPD made unjustifiable arrests
Cops used overkill on protesters.

ANTHRAX CASE-MEDIA: Judge Admonishes Government Lawyers in Anthrax Lawsuit Case
A judge admonished government lawyers Oct. 7 after being told officials investigating the 2001 anthrax attacks.

Antiwar Arguments for War
As antiwar sentiments are beginning to overtake the mainstream, we ironically risk seeing the antiwar voices moderating their positions to the point of not being antiwar at all.

Venezuela raises oil drilling tax
Venezuela has announced that it is increasing the royalties paid by foreign oil companies from 1% to 16.6%.

Oil Prices Hit New All-Time High, Pass $54
Crude for November delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange reached a new high of US$54.45, then retreated to US$53.98 in morning trading in New York.

Congo: ChevronTexaco details Congo deepwater find
The well encountered two oil bearing reservoirs and a drill stem test of one of the intervals flowed at a rate of more than 5,000 barrels of oil per day.

Congo: India to send 3,000 troops to Congo
India is to send about 3,000 troops for UN peacekeeping operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), making it one of the largest contingents in the strife-torn African nation, a senior official said on Monday.

China is set to reclaim its place as one of the world's great powers
China's middle class revolution.

National pride grows in Japan
But should patriotism be forced on its citizens?

Boycott Sinclair Broadcasting!
Sinclair's television group includes 20 FOX, 19 WB, 6 UPN, 8 ABC, 3 CBS, 4 NBC affiliates and 2 independent stations and reaches approximately 24% of all U.S. television households.

Sinclair Broadcasting's David Smith Busted In Prostitution Sting
David Deniston Smith, president and chief executive officer of Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc., was charged with committing an unnatural and perverted sex act in a company-owned Mercedes. He was arrested in an undercover sting a Read and St. Paul streets, a downtown corner frequented by prostitutes.

Anti-Kerry Film Stirs Dem Protest
The Democratic Party and 18 senators are objecting to a broadcasting company's plan to air on 62 TV stations a critical documentary about John Kerry's anti-war activities after he returned home from Vietnam three decades ago.

Israel Business as usual - Syria: Mossad Agents Apprehended
Mossad Agents Apprehended.

The fall of the Sharon gov't: A pocket guide
Odds-makers expend little effort weighing the chance that an Israeli government will live out its appointed term, probably because the probability of such a result may approach an even zero.

Military moms, wives campaign against Bush
Three women with sons or husbands serving in the military campaigned for John Kerry in Las Vegas last week, meeting with a local mother whose son is serving in Afghanistan.

Letter from David Brock to Sinclair Broadcast Group
I trust that in light of these concerns, you will reconsider your company's apparent decision to air "Stolen Honor."

Saudi Women Can't Vote, Run in Elections
Saudi women have limited freedoms.

Bush buying votes! FEMA Approves $21.5 Million in Hurricane Aid in Miami-Dade, Where Damage Was Insignificant
As of Friday, FEMA had approved 9,801 of the claims for a total of $21.5 million.

''Why the United States Supports the State of Israel''
"The primary motives behind U.S. support of Israel can be explained by Washington's foreign policy aims of securing a Middle East capable of producing a stable supply of oil at a low price that buoys the economies of oil dependent countries."

The Anthrax Murders: The Israeli Connection
Israel is perhaps the only country in the world that could have succeeded in the anthrax attack upon America.

Moving Rip-Off
Top Moving in New Jersey who told her the additional cost requested was due to a human error.

can KERRY Push bush over the edge IN THE NEXT DEBATE?
Suggest that Bush has transferred his compulsion for drink to a compulsion for war.

Baghdad blogger: 'Elections our only hope'
The "Baghdad blogger", whose weblog gave the world a rare insight into the lives of ordinary Iraqis in the run-up to the US-led invasion, says fair elections are the only way to end the violence in Iraq.

Profile: Dov Zakheim
The neoconservative think tank Project for the New American Century writes a “blueprint” for the “creation of a ‘global Pax Americana’ ” (see also June 3, 1997). The document, titled, Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategies, Forces and Resources for a New Century, was written for the Bush team even before the 2000 Presidential election.

'The Beast' movie: Jesus didn't exist Former Christian director's secretive film scheduled to open on 06-06-06
Directed by Brian Flemming, who is described on the film's website as a "former fundamentalist Christian," "The Beast".

Senate Passes Corporate Tax Bill Bush Plans to Sign $143 Billion in Cuts
The Senate gave final approval yesterday to the most significant corporate tax legislation in nearly 20 years, sending President Bush a 650-page measure that reduces taxes for domestic manufacturers, builders and even Hollywood studios and doles out scores of tax breaks for interests ranging from tackle box makers to Native Alaskan whaling captains.

Card marketer takes swipe at younger spenders 10-14 year olds
"Freedom! You can use the Hello Kitty Debit MasterCard to shop 'til you drop," the card's Web site enthuses.

The Whacky World of Modern Economists
Today, an important number comes out of the Labor Department. It is the number of new jobs created in the month of September. The number is expected to be 150,000.

Sinclair: 'Attackumentary' = News
Republicans must really be feeling desperate. The GOP-coddling Sinclair Broadcasting Group -- whose sixty-four stations reach 25 percent of the national television audience.

Personal Voices: Knocking on Kentucky's Door
Going door-to-door in Kentucky to stop an anti-gay marriage amendment, a woman gets more than she bargained for.

Welcome to Africa Town
Detroit wants to create Africa Town to promote African-American businesses, at the expense of immigrant residents of the city.

Soldiers Once ... And Young
Iraq combat veterans offer raw, compelling testimony to the horrors of war and the anguish of returning home.

Monday, October 11, 2004

9/11 victims 'to spend eternity' in city rubbish dump 

Remains of 9/11 victims 'to spend eternity' in city rubbish dump
The remains of hundreds of victims of the September 11 attacks are to be permanently buried in the world's largest rubbish dump. Relatives of 1,169 of the 3,000 who died have yet to receive any remains, and many are outraged at the authorities' decision.

The office of the New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg, pointed out that the coroner's office was still trying to identify 10,260 fragments of remains gathered at Fresh Kills.

Please Read and Sign Our Petition.

NPR-2002: Sifting Through the WTC Rubble w/photos
'Ground Zero' Effort Nears End, Search Continues at Fresh Kills.

Fresh Kills Landfill is located on the western shore of Staten Island

"We're still finding human remains, even to this day. We are constantly recovering personal effects -- we found a wedding ring this past weekend."
Richard Marx, the FBI’s Special Agent in Charge at the Fresh Kills landfill

"What we have recovered so far in New Delhi and nearby towns alone can start a little war"
Junk missiles, bomb dumps threat to Indian cities.

Major Assaults on Hold Until After U.S. Vote
Attacks on Iraq's rebel-held cities will be delayed, officials say. But that could make it harder to allow wider, and more legitimate, Iraqi voting in January.

Indymedia's Internet Servers Confiscated
Agents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Thursday seized two Internet servers in Britain that host the Web sites of the global news network Indymedia.

The presidential debates are going nowhere. Why? Because both President George Bush and Senator John Kerry are encapsulated in a big lie
Kerry has missed opportunity after opportunity to be candid with the American people. By speaking frankly, Kerry can deliver a knockout blow that would tear the debate wide open.

More than 50 Bush Flip-Flops
More than 50 Bush Flip-Flops.

A recent spike in Air Force suicides, 10 in September, has leaders scrambling to find the cause after launching prevention programs this year because of a gradual rise
SuicidesHave AF Officials On Edge.

“Sure, they voted it down today,” says Badnarik, 50, of Austin, TX. “No politician with the brains to wangle a National Guard slot or a 4F rating during Vietnam is going to come out in support of the draft a month before the election."

The U.S. House of Representatives Saturday approved $19.4 million for training and operation facilities at Fort Bliss
“Bliss gets $19.4 million for upgrades"

Mullahs love U.S. oil policy
Of all the shortsighted policies of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, none has been worse than their opposition to energy conservation and a gasoline tax. If we had imposed a new gasoline tax after 9/11, demand would have been dampened and gas today would probably still be $2 a gallon.

Kerry's Undeclared War
''You know, my instinct was, Where's my gun?'' Kerry told me. ''How do you fight back? I wanted to do something.'' That evening, sitting at home, he called an aide and said he wanted to go to New York that very night to help the rescuers; he was ultimately convinced that such a trip was logistically impossible. In the days ahead, Kerry would make two trips to ground zero to see what remained of the carnage.

Antibiotic can 'turn off cancer'
Scientists have shown that a common antibiotic can turn off cancer cells in mice, offering hope of new treatments for cancer patients.

Bush's bulge stirs media rumours
A bulge in the back of President George W Bush's suit jacket during the first TV debate with John Kerry has triggered rumours that he was wired to get help.

In spite of denials by the Bush administration, half of young Americans believe President Bush wants to reinstate the military draft, a national poll suggests
Poll: Youth Tie Bush, Draft Reinstatement.

EU states to set own goals for beating US
European member states are to be charged with drawing up national plans to boost growth and jobs as the EU strives to meet its ambitious goal of outstripping the US as the world's most competitive economy.

Win or Lose, Bush's `Ownership Society' Rolls on: Chet Currier
It's a pity the U.S. election campaign hasn't yet produced more serious discussion of the ``ownership society.''

Sunday, October 10, 2004


China deploys 150,000 troops on Korean border
China has deployed up to 150,000 troops on its border with North Korea to deter Pyongyang’s nuclear build-up and to stifle mounting violence from rogue North Korean soldiers, a report here said Sunday.

Strange Atmosphere Along Border Between North Korea and China
Sankei analyzed that China’s reinforcement of troops near the border can be interpreted as China’s intention to put pressure on Kim Jong-il’s regime beyond just preventing North Koreans from escaping.

"Sometimes I see no reason why we're here," Perez said. "First of all, you cannot engage as many times as we want to. Second of all, we're looking for an enemy that's not there. The only way to do it is go house to house until we get out of here."
Marines in Iraq Question How and Why War Is Being Waged.

Officer: CIA sought to thwart Geneva accords
The actions of the CIA in keeping inmates at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq off official rosters appeared to have been intended to speed their transfer to sites outside Iraq.

US House okays $422 billion arms bill
The US House of Representatives on Saturday approved a final $422 billion bill for defence programmes that backs next year’s round of military base closures and kills a proposed $23.5 billion Air Force deal with Boeing Co.

Fear is ravaging Baghdad, bred by relentless violence, crime and corruption, and every day it seeps more profoundly into day-to-day life
Baghdad in despair.

Porter Goss CIA Chief: More of a Mess
The new director has also brought over, as his senior staff, several partisan officials from the House intel committee with little management experience.

Bush: The Mystery of the Bulge in the JacketFrom 'T' to 'Hump' - Who's "got" Bush's back?
According to rumors racing across the Internet this week, the rectangular bulge visible between Mr. Bush's shoulder blades was a radio receiver, getting answers from an offstage counselor into a hidden presidential earpiece. The prime suspect was Karl Rove, Mr. Bush's powerful political adviser.

Why were certain people warned not to fly on or about September 11 (or even earlier), and not the rest of us?
“In response to inquiries from CBS News over why Ashcroft was traveling exclusively by leased jet aircraft instead of commercial airlines, the Justice Department cited what it called a ‘threat assessment’ by the FBI, and said Ashcroft has been advised to travel only by private jet for the remainder of his term.”

TV group ordered to air anti-Kerry broadcast
The Sinclair Broadcast Group is ordering its TV stations across the country to air a documentary on the eve of the presidential election that attacks Sen. John Kerry's anti-Vietnam War activism.

The massacre of Mesopotamian archaeology Looting in Iraq is out of control
Looters - mainly farmers or jobless Iraqis of all ages - have destroyed the monuments of their own ancestors, erasing their own history in their tireless search for artifacts.

Milosevic: 'no link to genocide found'
Milosevic undoubtedly facilitated the killing by providing Bosnian Serb forces with guns, fuel and cash. But for a genocide conviction to stick, prosecutors must prove that he gave the order.

Bogus 9/11 websites Muddying the waters with easily disproved phony claims to discredit the 9/11 Truth Movement?
The three biggest stories used to alienate the public from 9/11 truth.

Divers may have found Blackbeard's ship in NC
Underwater archaeologists have found another cannon from the wreckage of what they believe was the flagship of the notorious pirate Blackbeard.

Cloudy Days on Wall Street
What does this mean to you? The health (or sickness) of Wall Street tells you a lot about where the stock market may be headed. When you see the very engine of capitalism finding it hard to make a buck — "persistent lackluster market conditions" — you need to buckle your seat belt for what could be some very hard times.

How Bush's Grandfather Helped Hitler's Rise to Power
Rumours of a link between the U.S. first family and the Nazi war machine have circulated for decades. Now the Guardian can reveal how repercussions of events that culminated in action under the Trading with the Enemy Act are still being felt by today's president.

NYC: Bloomberg Announces New Plan for Garbage
The city has struggled for years with how to handle the 11,000 tons of waste per day that used to go to Fresh Kills.

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