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Archive for September, 2005

Monsanto’s Newest Colony: Iraq

Wednesday, September 28th, 2005

Some of the largest multinational corporations seem to think our entire planet is one big juicy pie that they can just carve up and have all for themselves.  When you think of this you probably think:  Halliburton, the oil companies, arms manufacturers.  Monsanto isn’t exactly a household name, but when ...

Bush Waives Protections

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

Destroying FEMA before hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans wasn't enough. Now the White House is waiving protections in New Orleans. Bush is setting the clock back 70 years by repealing the charter boats west palm beach in Florida. He is also setting back the clock on environmental protection as well. Can't anyone give these ...

More Fear and Rage

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

It is quite interesting that the Radical Right, supporters of the violent action in Iraq who claim that they are defending American's rights which include freedom of self expression would use violence to take that right away from America's most prominent anti-war activist, Cindy Sheehan. Read More

Brain Dead and Proud of It

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

I was thinking about the recent slump in the approval rating of George W Bush. Newsweek has a great article on “How Bush Blew It” in regards to the Hurricane Katrina debacle. But Bush has been blowing the Iraq situation and the terrorist situation for several years now and his ...

Who Could Possibly Be Surprised?

Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Bush lied again. Actually this guy does not show any signs of guilt when he lies. He even knows that the truth is right there for everyone to see. Bush actually told Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff to fire Michael Brown, but when questioned about this ...

Wetlands Would Have Reduced The Flooding

Monday, September 12th, 2005

We’ve known for a long time now that wetlands are a crucial part of our eco-system.  In addition to sustaining plant and animal life, they serve as a protection against flooding. When George Bush Sr. was running for president in 1988 he promised “no net loss of wetlands.”  For every wetland ...

Fundamental Fear and Rage

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

This piece was written on Friday; maybe it was written a few days before its time. That was before the California legislature passed a new law that would allow homosexual marriages. Of course there is one obstacle that could prevent this from becoming law – Arnold "the Governator" Schwarzenegger. When ...