November 2004

(PNEWS) War Crimes in War Commonplace

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

While U.S. policymakers sought to portray My Lai as just an isolated incident and an unfortunate excess of war not specific to Vietnam, other individuals expressed skepticism.

REPUBLIC vs. DEMOCRACY

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

Info on the subject from a fellow researcher!

Regards,
dew

(govtwatch4) A list of MUST do's BEFORE the inauguration

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

also
A list of MUST do's AFTER the inauguration

(PNEWS) Relying on one Wing of Political Power

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

Although the bankruptcy of the Democratic Party as a force for progress has seldom been clearer, do not expect the opponents of socialist revolution on the left to forsake their endless quest for a left reformer from the ranks of the Democrats.

Before we say, or even imply, that any U. S. government official in a position of power and authority could be guilty of treason we must have some criterion to use in putting forth such a damning claim.

The Minister for Police and Corrective Services, Judy Spence, has assured police who lost personal belongings in last Friday's riot at Palm Island that they will not be left out of pocket.

LifeSiteNews.com - Monday November 29, 2004

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

* Canada Dumping Tens of Millions into Controversial United Nations Population Control Agency
* Australian Medical Authority Suggests Catholic Teaching is Biased and Unethical
* Abstinence and Fidelity are Key to Fighting AIDS Researchers Acknowledge
* Canadian Pro-Bush Rally to Counter Anti-Bush Demonstrators'
* US Supreme Court Rejects Massachusetts Gay "Marriage" Challenge
* Ecuador Ministry of Health Pulls Morning After Pills off Pharmacy Shelves
* Archbishop Burke Pledges to Continue Fight over Pro-Abortion "Catholic" Politicians
* Switzerland Votes in Embryonic Stem Cell Research

* LifeSiteNews.com Newsbytes

SECRECY NEWS

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

** UNIONS CHALLENGE DHS NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT
** TRACKING CIA OVERCLASSIFICATION
** WEB WON'T LET GOVERNMENT HIDE

The Australian Gender Report for November, 2004.

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 21:27

Feature article 1
Domestic Violence Distortions Conceal Culture of Male Hatred.
By Mark Charalambous

Feature article 2
The Counterfeit Marriage Movement, II - Why Promise Keepers Collapsed
By David R.Usher

News Items
* Female sexual abuse hidden
* Student sex: teacher avoids jail
* Kids in the Crossfire
* A matter of humour

News Items - Overseas:

* England: Teenage girls just want to marry and stay home
* England: More men stay home with parents
* UN: New gender guidelines through peacekeeping
* Spain: New anti- male law
* USA: Woman, 29, accused of sex with 8 year old boy
* USA: Father Facts: Top Ten Father Facts

Action corner: Contact Gloria Jeans

Conservatives often accuse Hollywood of failing to pay heed to "family values", but the Motion Picture Ass. of America"s latest initiative is designed to split families right down the middle. The MPAA hopes that new software will encourage parents to turn their children over to the authorities as file-sharing felons.The software, designed to identify potentially infringing material on the home PC, is part of the MPAA"s war on file sharing and will be released for free by the MPAA at a later date.

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