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  • Why can't I open www.NewsMax.com? (Vanity

    05/28/2005 8:41:53 PM PDT · by passionfruit · 65 replies · 1,223+ views
    self ^ | 5/28/05 | self
    I haven't bee able to open www.NewsMax.com's website for several weeks. Does anyone know why?
  • SCHLUSSEL: Will the Real News Fabricator Please Stand Up?!

    05/19/2005 7:55:23 AM PDT · by Cool Chick · 1 replies · 875+ views
    DebbieSchlussel.com ^ | May 19, 2005 | Debbie Schlussel
    Will the Real News Fabricator Please Stand Up? May 19, 2005 By Debbie Schlussel The Detroit News and its star reporter, David Shepardson, got caught with their pants down. They ran a fake story. But no-one noticed. No-one, except me—which lead to Detroit News Editor and Publisher Mark Silverman and his minions racing to hush the story and bury it, looking for some silent way to cover-up their very large, very exposed rears. They printed Shepardson’s phony story about a terrorist, and I exposed it, last week. Shepardson ran with it, without even a modicum of fact-checking (easily done with...
  • Protect Your Access to Health Information

    05/18/2005 7:49:29 AM PDT · by dvan · 2 replies · 193+ views
    Whitaker Health Freedom Foundation | May 18, 2005 | Julian Whitaker, M.D
    Protect Your Access to Health Information: Contact Your Congressman Today On May 12, 2005, Congressman Ron Paul (14th District -- Texas) introduced the Consumers Access to Health Information Act (Bill 2352). The purpose of the bill is to ensure that "consumers can receive truthful information about how foods and dietary supplements can cure, mitigate, and prevent specific diseases." Simply put, this bill will restore consumer access to information about the benefits of nutritional supplements, a right guaranteed under the First Amendment. Why Do We Need This Legislation? We need this legislation because the FDA has been trampling on our constitutional...
  • (Revision): Online Petition to Oppose HB1183 (NC Illegal Immigration bill)

    05/10/2005 12:29:35 PM PDT · by AMTRepub · 10 replies · 493+ views
    North Carolina Conservative ^ | 5/10/2005 | Alan Teitleman
    IMPORTANT: Please note that the previous signatures have been voided for your protection. Do not re-sign this petition. Each day I will remove all of the signatures so only I have access to them. Please do not feel uncomfortable to put your name, email, address, and tel. number on this petition. It is secure. If you know of people who have not signed this petition due to fear of their information being public, inform them of this. Thank you. I ask for all information for this petition (name, address, and tel. number) for validation purposes only. It will not be...
  • Need help on SQLCODES

    04/24/2005 6:16:28 AM PDT · by Hacksaw · 10 replies · 843+ views
    FreeRepublic ^ | 4/24/05 | The Hacksaw Man
    A short and sweet question - does anyone know of a printable web page that lists SQLCODES and the explanation? I tried searching IBM's libraries, but maybe I am looking at the wrong pages.
  • Error puts strippers on public access TV

    04/02/2005 5:17:08 AM PST · by RedBloodedAmerican · 36 replies · 1,435+ views
    http://hosted.ap.org ^ | Apr 2, 1:49 AM EST | ap
    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. (AP) -- Viewers expecting to see the latest local meeting on their public access channel got an eyeful recently when Cablevision played a tape of nude dancers accidentally. The mistake affected customers in parts of Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam and Orange counties. Hopewell Junction resident George Morton returned home from Palm Sunday Mass and turned on his television to see a striptease contest. "I thought, this is terrible," Morton said. "I don't get HBO or anything like that." Cablevision said Thursday it was not a public access program and that a "program switching error" occurred. "When it was detected,...
  • Thumbs Down: (Film Critic) ROGER EBERT helps a Terrorist

    03/28/2005 9:53:01 AM PST · by Cool Chick · 44 replies · 1,563+ views
    DebbieSchlussel.com ^ | March 28, 2005 | Debbie Schlussel
    Thumbs Down: Roger Ebert Helps A Terrorist March 26, 2005 By Debbie Schlussel Normally, it would be unfair to attack Roger Ebert for his addiction to food. Normally, it would be in poor taste to hold the calorically-gifted film-critic’s insatiable taste-buds against him. Normally. But now, Roger Ebert’s irresistible yen for a sandwich is literally his excuse to defend an Islamic terrorist, Ibrahim Parlak. Parlak, who is under deportation orders, owns a restaurant in Harbert, Michigan—a restaurant Ebert frequents, with apparently great appetite. In a letter to the U.S. government opposing Parlak’s deportation, Ebert wrote, “[H]e offered to come to...
  • Texas Libertarians author bill to ease ballot access petitioning law

    03/25/2005 5:16:26 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 5 replies · 515+ views
    www.lp.org ^ | 3 23 05
    Texas is the only state that prohibits voters who participate in a political party's primary election or a local party convention from signing ballot access petitions for political parties or independent candidates for office. Since 1972, the six other states that had a similar provision have dropped it. Now, the Libertarian Party of Texas is working with state legislators to get a bill passed to eliminate this facet of election law, which is called "primary screenout." On Feb. 28, State Representative Todd Baxter, a Republican, filed the bill (HB 1721) for consideration by the state House's Elections Committee after Libertarians...
  • Lawmakers heed call for super-highway cuts (Trans-Texas Corridor)

    02/24/2005 1:30:53 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 39 replies · 861+ views
    San Antonio Express-News ^ | February 24, 2005 | Patrick Driscoll
    Activists taking shots at the planned Trans Texas Corridor have found some legislators willing to take a stab at trimming the colossal super-highway and ensuring that state authorities control the toll rates. Rep. Lois Kolkhorst, R-Brenham, who sits on the appropriations committee and is vice chairman of the House Rural Caucus, said she filed House Bill 1273 in an attempt to balance the huge scope of the corridor with grass-root concerns. "My goal is to better the concept," she said. "I will be very saddened for Texas if we don't have some assurances in place." Kolkhorst was joined by co-authors...
  • Making Larry Flint Blush - (daring article, but true - Greg Lewis!)

    01/19/2005 1:46:45 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 2 replies · 377+ views
    THE RANT.US ^ | JANUARY 19, 2005 | GREG LEWIS
    We're in the midst of a technology-driven transformation of the meaning of the word "morality" that would have been impossible to foretell even a quarter century ago. The virtually instantaneous availability of — to cite only one example — pornographic material of every imaginable (and some unimaginable) variety to anyone with high-speed internet capability veritably defies our society's ability to manage it. Whether we're considering the sheer rapidity with which enhancements to the technologies that facilitate such access occur, or the economic inducements to (in this case) porn principals, particularly producers and female stars, to continue to pursue their chosen...
  • Commissioners grill highway officials on Texas corridor

    01/19/2005 1:02:58 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 19 replies · 596+ views
    wacotrib.com ^ | January 19, 2005 | MATT JOYCE
    Texas Department of Transportation officials sought to allay the fears of a skeptical McLennan County Commissioners Court on Tuesday regarding the Trans-Texas Corridor and the potential for a new tollway running through the county. Highway officials said they will continue to seek input from the public and local governments as the massive project's design takes shape. They also said they're committed to pushing forward on the corridor based on the need to alleviate traffic congestion on Interstate Highway 35. "The congestion, we think, on 35 is reaching critical mass," said Phillip Russell, director of the transportation department's turnpike division. "We...
  • CA: Judge blocks off-roader access to SoCal desert tortoise habitat

    01/05/2005 9:49:59 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 31 replies · 689+ views
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal judge has ordered the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to ban off-road vehicles across more than a half-million acres in Southern California to protect the desert tortoise. The injunction, issued last week by U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston, was praised by environmentalists who said it sent a message to the Bush administration and public land agencies that wildlife habitat must be protected. The ban affects portions of two large desert wildlife areas in Riverside, San Bernardino and Imperial counties. The land is marked with washes popular with off-roaders but considered by environmentalists critical...
  • NTU Urges House Passage of S. 150, the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act

    11/16/2004 6:36:42 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 269+ views
    NTU.ORG ^ | NOVEMBER 16, 2004 | JOHN BERTHOUD
    The Honorable J. Dennis Hastert Speaker of the House of Representatives Room H-232 United States Capitol Washington, DC 20515 Dear Speaker Hastert: On behalf of the 350,000 members of the National Taxpayers Union (NTU), I write to urge you to enact S. 150, the Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act, which would protect taxpayers from Internet access charges. While NTU would have preferred this legislation also block taxation of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), if the votes are not there to enact both types of safeguards right now, taxpayers at a minimum need immediate protection from money-hungry state legislators seeking to add...
  • Fahrenheit 9/11 Denied Cable Access

    10/22/2004 10:49:10 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 12 replies · 910+ views
    email | 10 22 04 | associated press
    New York - 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. The company, iN DEMAND, said Friday that its decision is due to ``legitimate business and legal concerns.'' A spokesman would not elaborate. Moore has just released his movie on DVD and was seeking a TV outlet for the film. Earlier this week, trade publications said Moore was close to a deal with iN DEMAND for ``The Michael Moore Pre-Election Special,'' which also would...
  • Iran: The Invisible Revolution

    10/05/2004 8:27:41 AM PDT · by forty_years · 399+ views
    http://netwmd.com ^ | October 5, 2004
    Watching ABC, CBS, or NBC news, you would never know that Iranian civilians are now being killed while protesting against their country’s Islamist dictators. You probably wouldn’t know that Iran is considered to be the “world's ‘most active state sponsor of terrorism.’” You most surely haven’t heard that between 10,000 and 15,000 Iranians risk life and liberty to run web logs (“blogs”) opposing their government. Maybe you’ve heard that Iran’s rulers are secretly building nuclear weapons, but did you know that Britain, France, Germany, and Russia have sold nuclear technologies to Iran? Have you heard that Iran now has ballistic...
  • Kerry's Nader trap

    09/12/2004 11:21:49 PM PDT · by kattracks · 7 replies · 636+ views
    townhall.com ^ | 9/13/04 | Robert Novak
    WASHINGTON -- The Democratic Party's powerful legal corps, mobilized for action in Florida ever since the 2000 recount, struck with fury in a Tallahassee courtroom last week. Helped by a cooperative judge, the Democratic lawyers scored a temporary victory. The adversary was not the Republican Party but Ralph Nader, the lawyers getting his independent presidential candidacy off the ballot for now. That is part of a larger struggle with unintended negative consequences for John Kerry's campaign. Florida is just the latest skirmish. Hundreds of Democratic lawyers, organized to enter the courts against George W. Bush on Election Day, now are...
  • CA: Secretary-of-state controversy freezes U.S. voter-access funds (ShmelleyGate)

    08/28/2004 9:17:32 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 4 replies · 844+ views
    Mercury News ^ | 8/28/04 | Dion Nissenbaum and Mark Gladstone
    SACRAMENTO - The Schwarzenegger administration threw a wrench Friday into California's preparations for the November election by freezing nearly $18 million in federal funds while the state auditor investigates allegations that Secretary of State Kevin Shelley improperly directed government contracts to Democratic allies. Shelley's office, county election officials and voting-rights groups were alarmed by the surprise announcement, which could delay until after the November election scores of programs to train poll workers, aid non-English-speaking voters and improve disabled access to polling places on Election Day. ``We are very sympathetic with the governor and other people's concerns about how public funds...
  • CA: Fund raising gave Lee access to (San Francisco) City Hall (SoS ShmelleyGate)

    08/17/2004 6:29:19 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 624+ views
    SFGate.com ^ | 8/17/04 | Lance Williams, Vanessa Hua, Bill Wallace/SF Chronicle
    She was a grassroots activist in San Francisco's Chinese American community who transformed herself into a City Hall insider through her prowess as a political fund-raiser. An immigrant who became a multimillionaire from real estate deals on the city's west side, she contributed $274,712 to the campaigns of Mayor Willie Brown, Secretary of State Kevin Shelley and many other politicians while raising tens of thousands more to benefit the causes and candidates she favored. In response to her aggressive fund raising, critics say, the politicians provided many benefits to Julie Lee, 57, a Sunset District real estate agent and president...
  • VANNROX Bookmark Archives - JULY 2004

    07/29/2004 4:42:13 PM PDT · by vannrox · 3 replies · 1,094+ views
    Free Republic | January 2004 to August 2004 | Various
    VANNROX Bookmarks 2004.7Bookmarks collected During Spring and Summer of 2004 Here are links to older bookmarks: 1999.A Bookmark Archives.2000.A Bookmark Archives.2001.A Bookmark Archives.2002.1 Bookmark Archives.2002.3 Bookmark Archives.2002.5 Bookmark Archives.2002.E Bookmark Archives.2003.2 Bookmark Archives.2003.4 Bookmark Archives.2003.12 Bookmark Archives FREE REPUBLIC BUMP LIST Assault weapons ban faces expiration Proponents accuse Bush of political trickery http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1085863/posts CNN is reporting new threats..http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1068641/posts Code name from '84 movie "Operation Red Dawn"http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1040242/posts List of Liberal Code Phraseshttp://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1115231/posts MIT's Zuber [Meet the scientists on Bush's Space Commission]http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1073309/posts Nigerian army 'offered nukes'http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1090417/posts Private Initiative for Inflatable Space Habitat Lures Chinese Interesthttp://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1166597/posts Private Initiative for Inflatable Space Habitat...
  • Democratic Delegate Has Terror Ties

    07/29/2004 12:30:50 AM PDT · by mikvahyid · 55 replies · 4,659+ views
    Al Jazeerah website ^ | week of 7-26-04 | Debbie Schlussel
    Democratic Delegate Has Terror Ties | By Debbie Schlussel John Kerry is trying to show he’s "tough on terrorism." But with delegates like Ismael Ahmed, it’s a tough sell. Ahmed, a Michigan delegate to this week’s Democratic National Convention, is a long-time Democratic activist and a repeat delegate. But the Democrats aren’t touting him to the media. In fact, the only place you’ll read about Ahmed’s delegate credentials is on Al-Jazeerah’s website. In this first Presidential nominating convention since 9/11, Ahmed’s presence at the convention and his views are more disturbing than ever.
  • 2 Executives, at Irish Bank and Airline, Resign Amid Scandals(Internet porn scandal)

    05/29/2004 8:46:38 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 5 replies · 149+ views
    AFP via NYT ^ | 05/30/04 | N/A
    2 Executives, at Irish Bank and Airline, Resign Amid Scandals By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Published: May 30, 2004 DUBLIN, May 29 (Agence France-Presse) — Two of Ireland's top executives, the chairman of the national airline Aer Lingus and the chief executive of the Bank of Ireland, resigned Saturday as a result of separate bank scandals. Tom Mulcahy, the chairman of Aer Lingus, resigned in a letter to Seamus Brennan, the transport minister, after widely being named in the media on Saturday in connection with a tax-evasion scandal at Allied Irish Bank. Michael Soden, chief executive of Bank of Ireland, stepped down...
  • Presidential candidates 'shoot it out' for Texas ballot access

    05/01/2004 1:34:38 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 1 replies · 177+ views
    It's not every day that presidential candidates take up arms as part of their campaigns, but that's what happened April 28, when two candidates for the Libertarian Party's nomination for president had a "shoot-out" in Dallas, Texas. Michael Badnarik and Gary Nolan, two of the leading candidates for the LP presidential nomination, had a shooting match as a fundraiser for ballot access in Texas -- where the LP must gather 45,540 valid signatures to get on the ballot across the state in November. The event raised some money for the ballot access effort, with about 30 people showing up to...
  • Senators Bargain on Internet Access Taxes

    03/15/2004 3:50:07 PM PST · by Libloather · 3 replies · 147+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 3/15/04 | Brian Krebs
    Senators Bargain on Internet Access Taxes Mon Mar 15,12:48 PM ET By Brian Krebs, washingtonpost.com Staff Writer U.S. senators sparring over an effort to renew a ban on Internet access taxes agreed late last week that it would not affect taxes on Internet-based telephone calls, a key sticking point that has stalled congressional action on the measure for months.
  • Commissioner sounds alarm on proposed plover regs (Oregon beach access)

    02/14/2004 4:37:20 PM PST · by Cold Heart · 6 replies · 233+ views
    Headlight Herald ^ | February 10, 2004 | Joe Happ
    Tillamook county commissioner Charles Hurliman is a man with a missionj these days. Hurliman has been traveling up and down the county, speaking at public meetings about a plan by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department that would limit public access, and halt many recreational activities...
  • Denver Council Bars TV Access Over Rolls - Councilwoman Jeanne Faatz requested action

    08/08/2003 7:07:12 AM PDT · by bedolido · 4 replies · 264+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 08/07/03 | Staff Writer
    DENVER (AP) -- A government-access television station wasn't allowed to tape a City Council discussion of the city's budget crisis Wednesday because a councilwoman said she didn't want the group to be shown eating the cinnamon rolls she brought to the meeting. Council President Elbra Wedgeworth confirmed that Councilwoman Jeanne Faatz requested on Saturday that Channel 8 not broadcast the meeting. "It's not a big deal because the meetings still go on; they're still public," Wedgeworth said. "We rarely do something like this. It was a one-time request." Faatz did not return a phone call seeking comment. Nine members attended...
  • Log Cabin Leader Touts Access To WH [My title]

    07/29/2003 6:53:53 AM PDT · by Gothmog · 4 replies · 137+ views
    The Hill ^ | 7/29/03 | Open Secrets column
    With political gaiety more popular than ever, few advocates can compete for high-level access with Patrick Guerriero, president of the Log Cabin Republicans, the gay conservative organization. At least that’s what Guerriero told Metro Weekly, a Washington-area gay and lesbian magazine. “Our access is unprecedented,” Guerriero bragged in an interview. “I’m not sure there’s been a week that I’ve been on the job where we haven’t been called to the White House.” Guerriero also claimed he’s been a regular at weekly Republican leadership meetings on Capitol Hill. Issues discussed have “ranged from tax fairness to judicial nominations,” he said.
  • Is there an affordable doctor in the house?

    07/21/2003 11:09:11 PM PDT · by sfwarrior · 13 replies · 262+ views
    SFGATE.com (The SF Chronicle) ^ | July 22, 2003 | Adam Sparks
    "The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormy present. The occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think anew and act anew." -- Abraham Lincoln My dad, the sole breadwinner in the family, was a union baker. During the 1950s, I was raised in a tenement in New York's Spanish Harlem, and my dad made union scale, which was $4.35 an hour at the time. Even so, we could afford a doctor who made house calls every time my sister or I would...
  • Times ignored scandals to interview Clinton?

    06/19/2003 12:57:28 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 15 replies · 198+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Thursday, June 19, 2003
    The New York Times virtually ignored Bill Clinton's Arkansas scandals in exchange for an exclusive interview with the president during the 1996 election campaign, according to former presidential adviser Dick Morris. New York Times Executive Editor Joseph Lelyveld The implied commitment to pull coverage of the scandals came directly from the paper's new executive editor, Joseph Lelyveld, who held that position prior to Howell Raines, Morris says in a column today in the New York Post. Raines, accused by some critics of moving the paper further to the political left, resigned earlier this month in the wake of a devastating...
  • Lawmakers Push For Permanent Moratorium on Internet Access Tax

    06/18/2003 6:27:27 AM PDT · by bedolido · 1 replies · 164+ views
    Talon News ^ | 06/18/03 | Jimmy Moore
    WASHINGTON (Talon News) -- Several federal lawmakers are lobbying hard to make the temporary moratorium on Internet access taxes permanent. A U.S. House committee will consider a proposal this week that would prevent states from placing taxes on Internet service. However, this does not affect the state's jurisdiction regarding the collection of sales taxes, which the state can collect if an Internet transaction takes place between people living in the same state. The Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act, or HR 49, creates a permanent moratorium on the temporary one enacted in 1998 by Rep. Christopher Cox (R-CA). The ban is scheduled...
  • CA: State Senate approves bill to allow undocumented immigrants access to driver's licenses

    06/04/2003 5:29:44 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 45 replies · 464+ views
    Mercury News ^ | 6/4/03 | Edwin Garcia
    <p>A proposed law that would allow many undocumented immigrants to apply for California driver's licenses was approved by the state Senate today.</p> <p>The bill now heads to the Assembly. Both houses last year approved similar legislation, but it was vetoed by Gov. Gray Davis because of security concerns.</p>
  • CA: US FERC gives California access to Enron evidence

    01/13/2003 3:32:39 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 7 replies · 172+ views
    SJ Mercury News ^ | 1/13/03 | Reuters - Washington,DC
    <p>WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), reversing an earlier policy, has decided to provide California officials with access to some evidence from the agency's probe of whether Enron Corp.manipulated the state's electricity market.</p> <p>The agency will use the new information to determine if it should act on California's demand for $9 billion in refunds from alleged overcharges by Enron and other suppliers to the state's electricity market in 2000-01. So far, a FERC judge has tentatively approved $1.8 billion in refunds.</p>
  • San Francisco prenatal care access more difficult, Hispanics say

    12/05/2002 2:27:15 PM PST · by hoosierskypilot · 3 replies · 284+ views
    Sacramento Bee ^ | 12/05/02 | MARIA-BELEN MORAN
    SAN FRANCISCO(AP) - Pregnant Hispanic women who apply for public health insurance in San Francisco experience more confusion and immigration-related fears than counterparts in New York and Miami, according to a study released Thursday. Fifty-five percent of such women interviewed in San Francisco feared assistance would make it harder to become a citizen, and feared having to pay back aid in the future. In Miami, those fears were shared by 33 percent of such women, and the number was just 9 percent in New York. "As policymakers we need to address women's fears," said Elena Fuentes-Afflick, one of the authors...
  • Galley Gatekeepers - The Politics of Press Credentials

    11/16/2002 9:02:18 PM PST · by Int · 5 replies · 226+ views
    Reason ^ | November 2002 | Jesse Walker
    Galley Gatekeepers The Politics of Press Credentials By Jesse Walker In September, the right-wing webzine WorldNetDaily was granted credentials to cover the U.S. Congress. It had to fight for that access, though, in a battle that revealed some uncomfortable facts about the way the Washington media guild conducts its business. In January, WorldNetDaily had been told that it wouldn't be issued those credentials. A few months later, the Standing Committee of Correspondents -- the panel of journalists charged by Congress with guarding the press galley gates -- rebuffed the publication’s appeal. The webzine ended up going to the Senate Rules...
  • Canadian cons use PCs to hack, forge IDs and spread porn

    10/26/2002 4:50:03 AM PDT · by JameRetief · 7 replies · 100+ views
    The Register USA ^ | 10-24-2002 | John Leyden
    By John Leyden Posted: 10/24/2002 at 06:51 EST Canadian convicts have taken advantage of prison PCs to produce escape plans, make fake IDs and conduct scams. These are among the revelations from an internal report by Canada's Correctional Service (CSC), obtained by the National Post, which warns of the risk of cons spreading viruses or hacking into the prison service's network. A temporary moratorium on new computers has been imposed by the service. However inmates who already have PCs are been allowed to keep them (at least temporarily), despite a recommendation in the "threat and risk assessment" report for...
  • Democrats Say Iraq To Give UN Unfettered Access

    09/29/2002 3:02:29 PM PDT · by blam · 17 replies · 180+ views
    Reuters/Yahoo ^ | 9-29-2002 | Randy Fabi
    Democrats Say Iraq to Give UN Unfettered Access Sun Sep 29, 4:44 PM ET By Randy Fabi WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three Democratic U.S. congressmen said on Sunday from Baghdad that Iraq would provide unfettered access to U.N. inspectors, but Republican senators were skeptical. Congress is expected to begin debate this week on a resolution giving President Bush the power he wants to attack Iraq. Some Democrats want the Republican Bush to exhaust diplomatic measures before going to war, and to limit the president's war powers.With the November U.S. mid-term elections looming, Iraq has stolen the national spotlight from the sluggish...
  • Democrats Say Iraq To Give UN Unfettered Access

    09/29/2002 2:58:28 PM PDT · by blam · 29 replies · 234+ views
    Reuters/Yahoo ^ | 9-29-2002 | Randy Fabi
    Democrats Say Iraq to Give UN Unfettered Access Sun Sep 29, 4:44 PM ET By Randy Fabi WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three Democratic U.S. congressmen said on Sunday from Baghdad that Iraq would provide unfettered access to U.N. inspectors, but Republican senators were skeptical. Congress is expected to begin debate this week on a resolution giving President Bush the power he wants to attack Iraq. Some Democrats want the Republican Bush to exhaust diplomatic measures before going to war, and to limit the president's war powers.With the November U.S. mid-term elections looming, Iraq has stolen the national spotlight from the sluggish...
  • Need PC Help - Accessing PC via Internet

    09/21/2002 1:08:39 PM PDT · by PackerBoy · 21 replies · 340+ views
    me - vanity | 9-21-02 | PackerBoy
    Please forgive this vanity post, but Freepers are amongst the most knowledgeable people I know.Does anyone know of free software that is available and can be used to access another PC via the Internet?I am aware of, and own GoToMyPC, but I have been told there is a free program available that does the same thing.Thanks much.PackerBoy (Brimming with pride over my Badgers' win today)
  • New York State Board of Elections/Federal Court accepts Wein's Ballot Access Challenge

    08/15/2002 12:25:41 PM PDT · by Joe2000 · 7 replies · 488+ views
    Tuesday Aug. 14, 2002 - Louis de la Guardia Wein filed legal documents, executed federal court papers directing the NYS Board of Elections to justify why they should not reinstate his name to the Republican Primary ballot. Louis de la Guardia Wein Plaintiff, Pro Se -Verses- New York State Board Of Elections, Defendant. Docket # CV024470. Hon. David G. Trager, United States District Court Judge for the Eastern District of New York will hear the case. Wednesday Aug. 13, 2002 - New York State Board Of Elections was served with the Summons In A Civil Case. The Press Release will...
  • FED COURT ACCEPTS WEIN CHALLENGE

    08/15/2002 12:17:27 PM PDT · by Joe2000 · 3 replies · 263+ views
    Louis de la Guardia Wein for New York Governor ^ | August 14, 2002 | Ginger Munninger-Berlin
    Staten Island, NY. - The federal Court yesterday afternoon issued an Order to Show Cause against the state Board of Elections why Republican primary challenger, Louis de la Guardia Wein, should not be on the ballot for the scheduled September 10, 2002 Republican primary election. "This is the first victory in a series of victories that will make Governor George E. Pataki eat his hypocritical words of working for fair, free and open elections" Wein said. The Order to Show Cause and grant injunctive relief is based on charges that the Board of Elections and the NYS Legislature conspired to...
  • LP candidate is poised to make ballot access history in Georgia

    08/13/2002 9:46:31 PM PDT · by Lysander · 4 replies · 322+ views
    LP News Online September 2002 ^ | 13 august 2002 | LP Staff
    LP candidate is poised to make ballot access history in Georgia Wayne R. Parker: May make history.  Libertarian Wayne R. Parker is poised to make history in Georgia, after filing what should be enough signatures to qualify him as the first third-party candidate for U.S. House to appear on the state ballot in 59 years. On August 7, just 20 minutes before the noon deadline, Parker submitted 17,558 ballot access signatures to the secretary of state's office in Atlanta. If at least 9,558 of those signatures are valid, Parker will be the first third-party U.S. House candidate since 1943 to...
  • Princeton 'hacks' Yale admissions site

    07/26/2002 6:25:20 AM PDT · by JameRetief · 2 replies · 128+ views
    The Register USA ^ | July 26, 2002 | John Leydon
    Princeton 'hacks' Yale admissions site By John Leyden Posted: 07/26/2002 at 06:38 EST Yale is threatening to sue Princeton after officials at the rival Ivy League college allegedly hacked into Yale's Web site to gain unauthorised access to its admission decisions. According to Yale Daily News, Princeton staff gained unauthorised access to decisions on at least 11 prospective Yale undergraduates in early April through its deeply insecure online admission notification system. Using birth dates and social security numbers obtained from Princeton applications, officials were able to find out whether applicants had been successful in gained access to Yale, its alleged....
  • Terror suspect ordered jailed: Detroiter, roommates planning attacks, U.S. says

    04/06/2002 2:06:55 AM PST · by sarcasm · 8 replies · 416+ views
    Detroit Free Press ^ | April 6, 2002 | DAVID ASHENFELTER
    <p>An Algerian man and two roommates who were arrested in Detroit a week after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were planning to conduct holy war against the United States, a federal prosecutor said in court Friday.</p> <p>Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Convertino said Farouk Ali-Haimoud, 21, of Detroit was trying to smuggle automatic weapons and people into the United States with phony documents to carry out terrorist activities.</p>
  • Congress approves life sentences for crackers

    07/16/2002 4:27:28 PM PDT · by JameRetief · 15 replies · 163+ views
    The Register USA ^ | July 16, 2002 | John Leyden
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    06/03/2002 8:28:01 AM PDT · by PetroniDE · 9 replies · 137+ views
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