Archive for September, 2005 : Sub-$100 laptop design unveiledSeptember 29th, 2005
A $100 laptop is being developed for poor countries and children that will run on the open source operating system Linux instead of Windows.
German Court Rules US Invasion of Iraq IllegalSeptember 29th, 2005
A German court ruled that the US invasion and war against the people of Iraq is illegal and so is Germany’s support of it.
American Court Supports TerroristSeptember 29th, 2005
The refusal of a Texas Immigration court to extradict convicted CIA terrorist Luis Posada Carriles to Venezuela for trial highlights the continued US support of terrorism and its terrorists.
Elusive giant squid photographedSeptember 28th, 2005
Two Japanese scientists, Tsunemi Kubodera and Kyoichi Mori, report that they have made the world’s first observations of a giant squid in the wild.
A Pentagon WhitewashSeptember 28th, 2005
Amid feeble excuses the Pentagon refuses to allow key witnesses to testify in the investigation of destroyed counter-terrorism intelligence.
Doctors call for healthy hospital foodSeptember 28th, 2005
Hospitals help ensure that their victims don’t recover (as long as they have insurance) by giving them the worst food possible. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine are encouraging hospitals to offer more than the garbage they currently offer.
Arctic Ice: Shrinking, with ConsequencesSeptember 27th, 2005
This is the time of year when Arctic sea ice shrinks to its annual minimum, and satellite measurements indicate that the ice cover has fallen below a “tipping point” from which it may not recover.
Georgia Explores Wind PowerSeptember 27th, 2005
Georgia Tech & electric utilities play with wind power.
Iran warns of UN referral falloutSeptember 27th, 2005
Iran has threatened to resume uranium enrichment and block UN inspections of its nuclear facilities unless the UN nuclear agency reverses its resolution to refer it to the Security Council for possible sanctions.
Stop the Sneak Attack on Organic StandardsSeptember 27th, 2005
As Congress finalizes the wording on the 2006 Agricultural Appropriations bill in the House/Senate Conference Committee, thousands of consumers are mobilizing across the U.S. to stop an industry-sponsored “Sneak Attack” on Organic Standards contained in a rider to the bill.
Cindy Sheeehan ArrestedSeptember 26th, 2005
Peace supporter Cindy Sheehan was arrested with others for the high crime of sitting on a public sidewalk in front of the white house.
Bureaucratic Dirty Tricks Bankrupting HomeownersSeptember 25th, 2005
The city of New London, Conn., is not happy with just taking citizens’ property. Now they are out for blood, say residents.
Blair Gets Reprogrammed on Global WarmingSeptember 25th, 2005
Puppet Tony Blair has been reprogrammed to mimic other globalist puppets on global warming. He is now all for it.
Pimp My PriusSeptember 25th, 2005
You can do lots of cool things with a Prius. If we could only get Toyota to make more of them….
A World Turned Upside DownSeptember 25th, 2005
The corporations are demanding regulation, and the government is refusing to give it to them
Cuba’s Hurricane Response SuccessSeptember 25th, 2005
Dennis Kucinich relates the success that Cuba has had in responding to hurricanes.
Seize the MomentSeptember 25th, 2005
Corporate criminals are using the recent hurricanes as an excuse to push for even more handouts and immunity from laws.
Apple Trees Bloom Twice in SlovakiaSeptember 25th, 2005
According to an article in blesovky, apple trees have bloomed twice in the same season in two villages in the eastern European country of Slovakia . As apples hang on the tree ripening, large healthy blossoms have appeared. Could this be another effect of global warming?
Iraq chaos threatens ancient religionSeptember 24th, 2005
There are fears for the future of one of the most ancient, as well as the smallest, communities in Iraq – the Mandeans.
Basra warrant for two UK soldiersSeptember 24th, 2005
In a bold move of defiance against the occupation, an Iraqi judge has issued an arrest warrant for two British soldiers for the murder of a civilian and assault on a policeman.
Today in DC: Commandos in the Streets?September 24th, 2005
With Bush at NorthCom headquarters and the military running operation Granite Shadow to coincide with Peace Demonstrations, it may to be an interesting weekend.
Israelis Shit on Palestinians – LiterallySeptember 24th, 2005
Israelis have long used Palestinian land to dispose of their garbage and sewage. Some Israeli settlements pipe their raw sewage onto Palestian villages.
Can’t Wash Your Hands Covered in BloodSeptember 24th, 2005
“See, you can’t wash your hands when they’re covered in blood. The wounds carry on. This is what war does to your soul, to your humanity, to your family.” – Hart Viges, US Soldier
Iran to be Reported to UN Security CouncilSeptember 24th, 2005
The International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) governing board, under pressure from the US, has decided to report Iran to the UN Security Council despite finding no evidence that Iran is working on any kind of nuclear weapons program.
Bush Helps Disaster ProfiteersSeptember 23rd, 2005
Bush has assured that his gang of looters gets all they can under the guise of disaster relief.
What to Do About the Bush ProblemSeptember 23rd, 2005
Disaster experts will tell you that a key to surviving a catastrophe is to quickly discard the old paradigm of normalcy and to act with urgency and creativity in facing the new reality. There is no time for fretting or wishful thinking; decisiveness and imagination are crucial.
The Search for E.T.September 23rd, 2005
The Bay Area is a hotbed in the search for intelligent life. But is anybody out there, because there sure isn’t much intelligent life here on Earth.
Why Aristides was KidnappedSeptember 23rd, 2005
Haitian President Aristides was kidnapped by US-Canadaian-French military because he had sued France for all the damage done to Haiti and had a good case. What if he had won?
Peace Activists Charged with ConspiracySeptember 23rd, 2005
Activists are facing 6 years in prison and $250,000 fines at the hands of a corrupt court for simply exercising their right of free speech in a military recruiting center.
France Promotes OverpopulationSeptember 23rd, 2005
Over-population is threatening the very existence of life on Earth. France’s response is to pay its citizens to have even more children.
What the IAEA really found in IranSeptember 23rd, 2005
Bush’s insistence that Iran has a nuclear weapons program is not supporting by any facts.
Report Attacks ‘Myth’ of Foreign FightersSeptember 23rd, 2005
To keep justifying the war against the people of Iraq, Bush has to label the resistance as ‘insurgents’ instead of the freedom fighters they are. Again, Bush is lying and a new report proves it.
Glover & Belafonte Speak Out on KatrinaSeptember 23rd, 2005
Danny Glover and Harry Belefonte share their wisdom…
Plug-in hybrids: a here-and-now alternativeSeptember 23rd, 2005
The solution to the America’s oil crisis may be sitting quietly in Ron Gremban’s garage. It gets 80 to 100 miles to the gallon.
How Safe is the Food in America’s Schools?September 23rd, 2005
Is your child’s school cafeteria free of rodents, under-cooked or improperly stored food, and other hazards that can cause serious—and possibly fatal—food poisoning?
UN to Scrutinise U.S. AbusesSeptember 21st, 2005
The U.N. Human Rights Committee, scheduled to meet in Geneva next month, has written to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) calling for any available evidence of human rights abuses by the United States — particularly in the aftermath of its global war on terrorism.
Latin American Storm Victims AdriftSeptember 21st, 2005
Thousands of Latin American immigrants in the southeastern United States uprooted by Hurricane Katrina are now fleeing Hurricane Rita, while activists are demanding that the U.S. government provide them with special protection, because so many are hesitant to seek assistance out of fear of deportation.
Feds Still Destroying Indian DocumentsSeptember 21st, 2005
The US federal govt. has been caught destroying records to hide its multi-billion dollar theft of funds from Indian trust funds.
Cuba Creates Disaster and Epidemic BrigadeSeptember 20th, 2005
Cuba has formed a brigade of medical professionals to provide assistance wherever there is a disaster or epidemic.
Israel Thumbs Nose at World CourtSeptember 20th, 2005
Israel’s high court has affirmed that it will continue to build its wall to separate Palestinians from their water and farm land, despite the fact that the World Court ruled the wall illegal.
British Soldiers Caught driving Bomb CarSeptember 20th, 2005
Are the US & Britain staging terrorist attacks in Iraq? Absolutely.
Unfolding Police State: Canada’s Arbitrary DetentionsSeptember 20th, 2005
Like its evil twin Duhmerika, Canada imprisons people without charges being filed, without a trial, without hope of ever being released or the chance to prove their innocence.
Al Qaeda & the Iraqi Resistance MovementSeptember 20th, 2005
The CIA run ‘Al Qaeda’ is being used to prevent the real Iraqi resistance from gaining support by staging terrorist attacks against civilians. If Iraqis are busy fighting each other they won’t be able to fight their true enemy.
US to burn British Food AidSeptember 20th, 2005
The US is set to burn tons of US food aid sent by Britain to hurricane victims.
No Crisis, but Maine Getting Plenty of IceSeptember 20th, 2005
The Feds are wasting tax dollars are fast as they can in the name of hurricane relief.
Microsoft Moves Jobs to ChinaSeptember 20th, 2005
Why is one of the most profitable companies on the planet moving jobs to China?
Political Prisoner Near Dead on Hunger StrikeSeptember 20th, 2005
An Egyptian refugee in prison in Canada without charge has been hospitalized on his 76th day of a hunger strike to protest his 5 years of illegal and inhumane imprisonment.
Reflection from LilianSeptember 18th, 2005
For those of us, which have chosen to stay in the public eye, whether on TV or in print, find ourselves in a strange space at the moment. Allow me to share some thoughts, memories and some of the things which I have related to many of you over the past two weeks.
Mainstream study finds hands emit lightSeptember 17th, 2005
A mainstream study has found that all parts of the hand emit detectable levels of light.
Study: most scientific papers are wrongSeptember 17th, 2005
Most published scientific research papers are wrong, according to a new analysis.
Ozone Hole Nears Record SizeSeptember 16th, 2005
The hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica has grown to near record size this year, suggesting 20 years of pollution controls have so far had little effect, the United Nations said on Friday.
Iran willing to export nuclear technologySeptember 16th, 2005
Iran recently said that it was willing to offer its nuclear technology to other muslim countries.
Storm blows U.S. economy off courseSeptember 16th, 2005
The first hard numbers on the economic damage caused by hurricane Katrina are in and the news isn’t good: plunging factory orders, soaring costs and the biggest jump in jobless claims in nearly a decade.
How US Intervention Against Venezuela WorksSeptember 16th, 2005
America can’t stand the presence of democracy in Venezuela because it might be bad for big business and spread to other countries. Efforts to unseat the wildly popular President Hugo Chavez has failed yet the US keeps pumping money into the opposition.
The Unconstitutional FEMASeptember 16th, 2005
As an instrument of social engineering, George Bush is highly effective.
The Reality in New OrleansSeptember 16th, 2005
Eyewitness, politically charged, on-the-ground truth telling from New Orleans
Chavez speech lays into BushSeptember 16th, 2005
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez took George ‘Monkey Boy’ Bush to task in front of the UN global summit and won a rousing applause for his critique.
Lights in the skySeptember 15th, 2005
The truth is out there — and it may be as close as your own backyard.
Dutch to Open Electronic Files on ChildrenSeptember 15th, 2005
Big Brother will be watching over all Dutch citizens starting in 2007.
Woman’s videos cast light on Rio’s drug tradeSeptember 15th, 2005
A woman in Rio de Janeiro fought crime in her neighborhood by video taping drug dealing because police wouldn’t do anything. In the process she has become a hero.
Parts of New Orleans to Open Next WeekSeptember 15th, 2005
Mayor Ray Nagin announced Thursday that large parts of the city will reopen next week.
Exposing Yahoo RatsSeptember 15th, 2005
Yahoo’s greed has led it to cheerfully sacrifice human rights in return for a cut of the Chinese market. Google is no better. Use smaller search engines to not support evil.
The Real Looting has begunSeptember 15th, 2005
Hurricane victims who stole food and water to survive are no match for the massive looting that has started by the Bush gang.
Calls for Bush to Accept Cuban Aid Offer GrowSeptember 15th, 2005
While no one really expects Bush to accept the offers of aid from Cuba, a number of people are at least keeping the issue alive.
News At Any CostSeptember 14th, 2005
Journalists at a Mexican news paper have found out the hard way how dangerous it is to shine a spotlight on the drug trade.
Starting From ScratchSeptember 14th, 2005
In Utah, as in other states, thousands of survivors of Hurricane Katrina are attempting to start their lives over as strangers in a strange land.
Kofi Annan urges bold UN reformSeptember 14th, 2005
UN chief Kofi Annan has urged world leaders to persevere on UN reforms and take bolder steps to fight poverty.
Iraq to Bush: Where Did Our Money Go?September 14th, 2005
The criminals in Washington have stolen hundreds of Billions from Iraq and American Taxpayers, but they are not through yet.
New Orleans: Rehearsal for American Lockdown?September 14th, 2005
Is the government failure to respond sanely to the hurricane Katrina disaster ineptness or part of a master plan? Why did they deliberately make a bad situation much more horrible?
Infectious Disease Research in New OrleansSeptember 12th, 2005
At the very least, there are two Level-3 biolabs in New Orleans and a cluster of three in nearby Covington. They have been working with anthrax, mousepox, HIV, plague, etc. There are surely other labs in the city.
ICE Camps Ready for DetaineesSeptember 12th, 2005
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)has an ambitious plan to house up to 5 million people in detention camps.
US Attack on Venezuela = $200/barrel oilSeptember 12th, 2005
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has warned that world oil prices would surge to US$200 a barrel if the United States attacked his country.
Toronto Exopolitics SymposiumSeptember 12th, 2005
A Symposium on UFO Disclosure and Planetary Directions –
Company Wants to Colonize MarsSeptember 12th, 2005
Sunday September 25, 2005 – 9:30am to 3:45pm at University of Toronto.
A new center that aims to be a cross between a museum and an amusement park may soon allow people to explore a Martian settlement without ever having to leave Earth.
Fallen AngelsSeptember 12th, 2005
Conceived in New York, the Guardian Angels’ unique brand of law enforcement never really caught on elsewhere after the mafia murder of its leader.
Animal Torture Company Refused Stock ListingSeptember 12th, 2005
Animal rights activists claimed another victory against beleaguered animal testing group Huntingdon Life Sciences after the company’s planned New York stock exchange listing was pulled at the last moment.
Bush can lock up anyone forever without chargeSeptember 12th, 2005
Is America really a fascist police state? Ask the federal appeals court.
The Real Reason FEMA FailedSeptember 12th, 2005
FEMA didn’t fail because it was headed by an inept Director or was underfunded. FEMA was simply never intended to function as a disaster relief agency.
Retreating Glaciers Worrying GreenlandersSeptember 12th, 2005
Greenland is rapidly losing its ice and native species to global warming.
Secrets of the Mummy’s Medicine ChestSeptember 12th, 2005
The ancient Egyptians left proof of their scientific prowess for people to marvel at for millennia.
Early UFO sighting in Canada – Very unusual craftSeptember 11th, 2005
Barb Campbell of relates a sighting she had in the late seventies of a very unusual craft.
China Making Progress?September 11th, 2005
China seems to be stumbling forward and will be allowing public hearings on some new laws it will consider.
Private Mercenaries Deploy in New OrleansSeptember 11th, 2005
Heavily armed paramilitary mercenaries from a private security firm, infamous for their work in Iraq, are openly patrolling the streets of New Orleans.
EPA Scientists Call for Ban on FluorideSeptember 11th, 2005
Unions representing 7,000 EPA scientists have called for a moratorium on the addition of fluoride to drinking water due to the potential to cause cancer.
Non-organic Food Poisoning ChildrenSeptember 11th, 2005
Once again a study has shown that eating organically grown food greatly reduces the pesticides in children’s bodies. For the full report visit http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/members/2005/8418/8418.pdf
Interview with Author Jeffrey SmithSeptember 11th, 2005
An interview with Jeffrey Smith, Author of “Seeds of Deception” while in South Africa.
China UFO Conference Draws ExperiencersSeptember 11th, 2005
UFOs are experienced throughout the world and China is no exception. A UFO Conference in Dalian drew a large crowd.
Katrina Disaster Predicted by National GeographicSeptember 10th, 2005
The October 2004 issue of National Geographic predicted exactly what would happen to New Orleans in the event of a major hurricane.
Supersized Americans & the toxic food environmentSeptember 10th, 2005
Fast food corporations, like the tobacco companies before them, are largely aware of the ill-effects of their products, but as long as the customers keep lining up they continue to sell their toxic wares.
US ‘war on terror’ has public health costSeptember 10th, 2005
Bush’s war on freedom and looting spree has had a disastrous impact on American’s health.
Ralph Nader: Open Letter to George W. BushSeptember 10th, 2005
Ralph Nader tells it like it is in an open letter to George Bush that he won’t ever read.
Canada Signs Pact with Communist DictatorshipSeptember 10th, 2005
Proving that greed is more important than liberty, Canada’s Prime Minister announced a formal “strategic partnership” between Canada and the Chinese dictatorship.
Iraq Projects Running Out of MoneySeptember 10th, 2005
With more than $200 Billion spent so far, there is very little to show for reconstruction in Iraq and some projects are being shut down before completion as the money dries up.
U.S. tube-feeding detainees on hunger strikeSeptember 10th, 2005
The U.S. military is tube-feeding more than a dozen of the 89 prisoners on hunger strike at the Guantánamo Bay prison in Cuba. The prisoners are on hunger strike in protest of their inhumane and illegal treatment.
Israel flouts US-backed peace planSeptember 10th, 2005
Israel has continued the expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank and is violating its obligation to freeze its theft of Palestinian land under Peace Plans.
Breakfast, Cereal Keep Girls SlimSeptember 10th, 2005
Girls who regularly ate breakfast, particularly one that includes cereal, were slimmer than those who skipped the morning meal, according to a study that tracked nearly 2,400 girls for 10 years.
Eight Big Lies About KatrinaSeptember 10th, 2005
As usual, the government propoganda media is helping it churn out lies. This time the lies are about the hurricane Katrina disaster.
UFO hunters back in Leeds…September 8th, 2005
THERE hasn’t been anybody out there for a couple of years but UFO spotters are finally heading back to Leeds.
FEMA Aid Site Blocks Non-Microsoft UsersSeptember 8th, 2005
Mystery Bulge in Oregon Still GrowingSeptember 8th, 2005
Mystery Bulge in Oregon Still Growing
Yahoo ‘helped jail China writer’September 8th, 2005
Internet giant Yahoo has been accused of supplying info. to China which led to the jailing of a journalist for “divulging state secrets”.
Hydrogen Stored in Safe High Density PelletsSeptember 8th, 2005
One of the limitations on using hydrogen as a fuel has been the storage issue. Danish scientists have developed a new and safe storage method that will make hydrogen more practical as an automotive fuel.
Mexico army brings aid to Katrina victimsSeptember 8th, 2005
A Mexican army convoy began crossing into the United States on Thursday to bring aid to victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Donuts for doctorsSeptember 8th, 2005
A look at how the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies are turning healthy people into patients.
Hurricane Katrina – Our ExperiencesSeptember 8th, 2005
A true story of survival, barely, by Parmedics Larry Bradsahw and Lorrie Beth Slonsky.
Canadians beat US Army to New Orleans suburbSeptember 8th, 2005
A Canadian search-and-rescue team reached a flooded New Orleans suburb to help save trapped residents five days before the U.S. military, a Louisiana state senator said on Wednesday.
Frustrated: Fire crews to hand out fliers for FEMASeptember 8th, 2005
As New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin pleaded on national television for firefighters a battalion of highly trained volunteer firefighters from across America sat idle in a muggy conference room in Atlanta for training on how to hand out FEMA brochures and do PR.
Global warming causes soil to release carbonSeptember 8th, 2005
Global warming is causing soil to release huge amounts of carbon, making efforts to fight global warming tougher than previously thought. Earlier studies had revealed the phenomenon 10 years ago but were largely ignored.
Evacuated Creoles Vow to Maintain CultureSeptember 8th, 2005
Creoles who live thousands of miles from the bayous of southern Louisiana suddenly find themselves uncertain ambassadors for a city _ and a way of life _ that is endangered.
Our Troops Are Stationed in the Wrong GulfSeptember 7th, 2005
Is it not time we begin to take care of our people here at home? Is it not time that we rescue our own citizens? – Dennis Kucinich
Harnessing Weather – Was Katrina Controlled?September 7th, 2005
“Two superpowers have the ability to control weather around the world: the United States and Russia.” – Sydney Sheldon
Oil Companies Limit Refineries to Up PricesSeptember 7th, 2005
Internal oil company memos show how the industry intentionally reduced domestic refining capacity to drive up profits.
Bush asks for $52 billion more aidSeptember 7th, 2005
Bush on Wednesday asked Congress to provide an additional $51.8 billion in relief and recovery aid. FEMA is already spending $2 Billion per day.
A Failure of LeadershipSeptember 6th, 2005
Neither the death of the chief justice nor the frantic efforts of panicked White House political advisers can conceal the magnitude of Bush’s failure of leadership.
Axis of evil offers to come to America’s rescueSeptember 6th, 2005
Cuba, Iran and Venezuela have all offered assistance to the victims of hurricane Katrina and the offers refused by Bush. Who is the real axis of evil?
St. Vincent Leader Eyes Venezuela Oil DealSeptember 6th, 2005
Caribbean island nations are taking Venezuela up on its offer of cheaper fuel. Instead of thinking only about enriching itself Venezuela is using its oil wealth to combat poverty.
FEMA Chief totally unqualifiedSeptember 6th, 2005
The federal official in charge of the bungled New Orleans rescue was fired from his last private-sector job overseeing horse shows.
He Held Their Lives in His Tiny HandsSeptember 6th, 2005
A six year old boy named Deamonte Love led six other children to safety in New Orleans. “How did a 6-year-old end up being in charge of six babies?”
Former Defence Minister Says UFOs RealSeptember 5th, 2005
82-year-old former Canadian defence minister will address the Exopolitics Toronto Symposium on UFO Disclosure and Planetary Directions at U of T’s Convocation Hall on Sept. 25.
Some Louisiana residents salvage belongingsSeptember 5th, 2005
A week after hurricane Katrina some residents in Jefferson Parrish were allowed to salvage some belongings. Nearly a third of New Orleans policemen remain unaccounted for.
Hurricane Katrina victims arriving in PortlandSeptember 5th, 2005
The site of Washington Monroe High School in Southeast Portland will serve as a temporary shelter for up to 1,000 refugees from the Gulf Coast region.
Champaign-Urbana Sends Truck Load of FoodSeptember 5th, 2005
The residents of rural Laurel, Mississippi, a town of 20,000, will soon receive a semi truck from Champaign carrying thousands of pounds of canned goods, water, diapers and infant formula. A small but willing group of ordinary folks from central Illinois and central Mississippi, who met for the first time this weekend, made it all happen.
Rescue Teams Waiting to Help Hurricane VictimsSeptember 4th, 2005
Foreign rescue teams sit waiting to help rescue hurricane victims while Washington drags its feet.
Prayer/Meditation Works – Use it!September 3rd, 2005
Sometimes all that a person can do to help others is to send their prayers. Numerous scientific studies have clearly demonstrated that prayer and meditation have a real impact and that the key factor is simply intent.
Please Don’t Give to the Red CrossSeptember 3rd, 2005
The Red Cross has a long history of withholding and stealing funds given it for disaster relief. If you want to help disaster victims please give to charities other than the Red Cross or United Way.
Criticism mounts as more than 10,000 feared deadSeptember 3rd, 2005
Bush finally arrived last night in the ravaged Gulf coast region amid mounting criticism of his handling of the crisis.
Global stocks of oil to flow to U.S. aidSeptember 3rd, 2005
Emergency stocks of oil in the US, Europe and Asia will be released onto the market in an attempt to stabilize oil prices. However, this may make little difference in the unwarranted price gouging at the pumps.
World braces for the ripple effectSeptember 3rd, 2005
Katrina may start a perfect storm in the world economy.
Canadian warships to sail to LouisianaSeptember 3rd, 2005
Canada is sending Navy & Coast Guard ships and helicopters to Louisiana to assist in Hurricane relief.
Typhoon Talim slams into eastern ChinaSeptember 3rd, 2005
China was slammed by a Typhoon that has killed at least 10 people.
NEPAL: In Dark Days, a Light for Rural WomenSeptember 3rd, 2005
A small training program is making a big difference for rural women in Nepal.
Wetlands Loss Left Gulf Coast Naked to StormSeptember 3rd, 2005
Massive destruction of wetlands and rampant coastal development are among the reasons Hurricane Katrina caused so much devastation.
Drowning New Orleans (2001)September 2nd, 2005
Bush was warned back in 2001 that a major hurricane could swamp New Orleans under 20 feet of water, killing thousands.
Federal aid efforts criticized sharplySeptember 2nd, 2005
Bush and minions are drawing sharp criticism for the speed and effectiveness of their response to Hurricane Katrina and the New Orleans flood.
Bush Using Katrina to Fund Rabid ReligionSeptember 2nd, 2005
Leave it to Bush to figure out a way to use a disaster like hurricane Katrina to further his agenda for world war III by channeling FEMA funding through a ‘christian’ charity founded by the rabid dog Pat Robertson.
Why Chavez is in U.S. crosshairsSeptember 2nd, 2005
The future of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez started to look precarious last January. It was then that CNN announcers began referring to him as a “Latin American strongman.”
Katrina’s Real Name is Global WarmingSeptember 2nd, 2005
Many scientists and environmentalists are linking the increased severity of hurricanes to global warming and calling for action. Meanwhile, Bush’s response is to cause more greenhouse gases to be emitted.
Hurricane aftermath: A doctor’s storySeptember 2nd, 2005
Greg Henderson is a pathologist from New Orleans. After Hurricane Katrina struck he stayed in the city and has set up a makeshift hospital at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, along with fellow doctors who were attending a medical conference.
Clever Whale Uses Fish to Catch SeagullsSeptember 2nd, 2005
An enterprising young killer whale at Marineland has figured out how to use fish as bait to catch seagulls — and shared his strategy with his fellow whales.
Officials Knew it Was Coming!September 2nd, 2005
In 2001, FEMA warned that a hurricane striking New Orleans was one of the three most likely disasters in the U.S. Bush’s response – New Orleans flood control funding by 44 percent to ensure disaster.
Biloxi Newspaper Rips Relief Effort, Begs for HelpSeptember 1st, 2005
On Wednesday reporters listening to horrific stories of death and survival at the Biloxi Junior High School shelter looked north across Irish Hill Road and saw Air Force personnel playing basketball and performing calisthenics.
Tragedy in New Orleans – Govt. Response InadequateSeptember 1st, 2005
The citizens who had counted on their governments to protect them are finding out that they had no protection. They are now paying with their lives.
Federal Government Wasn’t Ready for KatrinaSeptember 1st, 2005
The federal government so far has bungled the job of quickly helping the multitudes of hungry, thirsty and desperate victims of Hurricane Katrina.
As Toxic Waters Rise, Desperation and Fear GrowSeptember 1st, 2005
Three days after the hurricane there are thousands dead and hundreds of thousands homeless. Little or no effective response has been seen by the Federal govt. as a delusional George Bush obsesses with punishing looters and raising relief money and his minions brag about what a great job they are doing.