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Independent Media TV

November 24, 2004

The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) launched a campaign Tuesday to convince supermarkets in the United States to stop selling food, such as tomatoes, strawberries and nuts, grown or treated with the chemical methyl bromide.

Used as a pesticide and soil fumigant, methyl bromide is considered the most potent chemical still in widespread use that depletes the Earth's protective ozone layer.

The Cincinnati Enquirer

by Andrea Tortora

November 24, 2004

Expert: It can be harmful

The expanding web of zero tolerance policies spreading from schools to the juvenile justice system creates a culture in which children are demonized for being children while increasingly being punished as adults, national children's law experts said Friday.

Washington Post

by Brian Krebs

November 23, 2004

Hackers co-opted several popular Web sites including comedycentral.com over the weekend, using them to infect thousands of computers with a virus that can be used to steal passwords, bank accounts and other personal information.

Displaying an increasingly sophisticated approach to online theft, the hackers gained control of a German online advertising services firm and served up thousands of Internet ads designed to send visitors to one of several Web sites where the hackers had installed the virus. Hackers also can use the virus to plant programs on victims' computers that send out spam, flood monitors with pop-up advertising or attack other Web sites, said security researchers who analyzed the code.

World Net Daily

November 23, 2004

School district sued for censoring founding documents, state constitutions

In a season typified by lawsuits against manger scenes, crosses and even the words "Merry Christmas," a California case is taking the "separation of church and state" one step further ' dealing with whether it's unconstitutional to read the Declaration of Independence in public school.

NBC5i (TX)

November 22, 2004

On any given day, Fort Worth animal control Officer Jimmy Thetford rounds up between 10 and 15 stray dogs. Thetford said the most frustrating part of the job is not being able to find the animals' home.

In an effort to combat the high euthanasia percentage and to return pets to their owners, Fort Worth has started implanting microchips under animals that leave the shelter. The chips contain identification data on the animal and its owner's contract information.

India Daily

by Sankar Mehta

November 19, 2004

Why did GE quit India outsourcing bandwagon?

After all they were the pioneers ten years back one of the very companies to have the foresight of growth in the sector. GE quit India because they found out that it is not worth owning the dirty part of the business. Let the native companies like HCL, WIPRO and Tatas handle the dirty work for little money.

We The People

November 18, 2004

Some People say the 16th Amendment does not give the government the power to impose a labor tax.

After years of government stonewalling in providing answers to basic questions about the fraudulent origin and illegal enforcement of the income tax system, another layer of the tax fraud has now been uncovered: the systemic removal of key legal and historical documents from the National Archives related to the meaning of "income" within the 1916 Income Tax Act, which was adopted by the political branches following the ratification of the 16th (Income Tax) Amendment in 1913.

USA Today

by Julie Schmit and Rita Rubin

November 16, 2004

The flu vaccine shortage might stretch into 2005 if one key U.S. supplier cannot resume manufacturing in time.

Fauci and others say the government needs to fatten incentives for vaccine makers. The government is considering liability protection, tax incentives and buying excess flu vaccines if consumer demand comes up short.

Adoption Library

by David Siegel

November 10, 2004

HHS Secretary Donna E. Shalala today approved a welfare demonstration in the state of California which is designed to promote self-sufficiency for recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children.

Teen-age AFDC parents who maintain at least a "C" grade point average or graduate from high school will be eligible to receive cash bonuses of $100 and $500, respectively. Parents who fail to maintain a "D" grade point average could have their AFDC payment reduced by $50 for each of two months.

FOX News

by Jennifer Warner

October 30, 2004

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but it may also be a powerful conscience builder for toddlers, according to a new study.

Researchers found that differences in how toddlers imitate their mothers can be related to how developed their conscience is as preschoolers. The study showed that toddlers who enthusiastically imitate their mothers tend to develop a sense of right and wrong sooner than those who don’t.

      
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