November 2004

People who fail to tell the Government when they move to a new address will face a fine of up to $1,000 under the Government's plans for identity cards published yesterday.

The Daily Reckoning - The Gold Bug In All Of Us

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 30/11/2004 - 19:02

*** Things are finally happening... calmly watching a train wreck...

*** No net to catch the falling dollar... Americans are brimming with debt, but worry-free...

*** The holiday season is upon us - and the bankrupt Americans dash to the stores... your editor gets a taste of life without the juice... and more!

(QldGovSpin) Five point plan for Palm Island

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

Premier Peter Beattie presented Palm Island Council with a five point plan when Police Minister Judy Spence and Child Safety Minister Mike Reynolds, the Member for Townsville, visited the island today (Sunday).

(PNEWS) People Before Profits

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

Those who create wealth are workers and workers can collectively manage society for the benefit of workers on a planned basis for human need and not for profit and greed.

(PNEWS) POINTER: Not Going to Put Up with Stolen Elections

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

Ukrainians, new to democracy, aren't putting up with a stolen election. We have much to learn from them:

Hot on Big Pharma's Trail; The Great Urban-Rural Divide

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

AlterNet Headlines
* HERE, KIDDIE, KIDDIE
* BLUE ISLANDS, RED SEAS
* KERRY AND THE GIFT OF IMPUNITY
* PORTER GOSS' WIA -- WORTHLESS INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
* THE STAMP OF APPROVAL
* THE FATE OF MEDICAL POT
* AIDS PANDEMIC STALKS WOMEN

(IPCUSA) HOW TO STOP THIS DICTATORSHIP

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

"The real rulers in Washington are invisible and exercise power from behind the scenes." -- Justice Felix Frankfurter (1882-1965) U.S. Supreme Court Justice From An Eyewitness to the Making of a Dictatorship--How You Can Still Stop it Here I grew up closely watching the making of an Arab dictatorship. This country gave me refuge from it. So, please accept my grateful advice on how to prevent it from happening here.

Premier Peter Beattie is calling on the indigenous leaders of Palm Island, especially the Chair of the Council and the councillors, to show strong leadership in the aftermath of Friday's riot.

Ken's Comment: Perhaps this is a result of so many others dying in watchouses.... and it began for me back when my best friend from state school "committed suicide" in the sixties.

(QldGovSpin) Cyclone Committee Meets in Cairns

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 29/11/2004 - 23:45

Queensland's Tropical Cyclone Coordination Committee is holding its start of the cyclone season meeting today (Friday 26 November).

1) Free Elections? - Gush ad on Sharon rhetoric and practice
2) "Give Me Some Credit!" - Avnery on Abu Mazen and the Palestinian elections
3) "In the end, it is the violin which wins" by Meir Shalev

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