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The Scotsman (UK) - [Free Subscription Required]

by John Innes

December 7, 2004

A Motorist who painted over double yellow lines to avoid being issued with parking tickets has escaped prosecution.

David Ritchie, 36, was charged with malicious mischief after he covered up the lines with black paint. All charges have now been dropped. But yesterday, Mr Ritchie said he had been looking forward to arguing his case in court.

Counterpunch

by Ron Jacobs

December 8, 2004

In Fallujah, Freedom Isn't Free - Retina scans to get into your own home. Work details under armed guard. No cars. Military armor on every corner.

These are just some of the details of the new order in Fallujah. Somewhere between a concentration camp and what US troops called a strategic hamlet in Vietnam, this is the latest version of Washington's freedom and democracy installation in Iraq.

The Conservative Voice

December 10, 2004

Amidst cries for scientific proof and medical accuracy, the CDC, National Center for Health Statistics released two reports today which offer even more evidence that abstinence education works.

"Contraception pushers wanted studies and in-depth analysis of sex education programs," said Unruh. "Well, they got them. I hope they’re ready. They’ve got some explaining to do."

MSN Computer Active (UK)

by Iain Thomson

December 10, 2004

As Santa does his annual Christmas Eve visits to homes around the globe he will be tracked by a billion dollar US defence radar system.

For the past seven years the North American Aerospace Defence Command (Norad), based under Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado, has been following Santa's sleigh and broadcasting his progress on its website.

The Boston Globe (FL)

by Ann M. Henson

December 12, 2004

Researchers say toxin poses threat to coral reefs, fish

Scientists are tracking a 400-square-mile red tide that is drifting through the Gulf of Mexico and threatening to wash ashore on the Florida Keys.

Daily Times (Pakistan)

by Miguel Loureiro

December 12, 2004

Europe isn't sure. It's recommending trials, more research and caution. Japanese consumer groups sent a petition with more than a million signatures to the Canadian minister of agriculture to ban genetically modified wheat in Canada. Even poorer nations a

The bulk of research and lobbying on biotechnology is being done by a handful of multinationals: Monsanto, DuPont, Dow Chemicals, Advanta, Bayer AG, BASF, and Singenta (formerly Novartis and AstraZeneca). All these giants were, at one time or another, involved in the creation of some of the most harmful products in our life on Earth: heroin, the atom bomb, napalm, agent orange, and other chemical weapons.

News With Views

by Devvy Kidd

December 13, 2004

"Those who are willing to allow the government to establish a Soviet-style internal passport system because they think it will make us safer are terribly mistaken."

The only question remains is how many Americans will stand up and say no' If you want to stop this before it can be implemented, then you must act at once - Bush hasn't signed this bill yet, but he will. Don't send an e-mail, call your member of Congress. They millions of e-mails every year. Forget it. Call them. It's not too late.

World Net Daily

by Joseph Farah

December 15, 2004

The American Civil Liberties Union has done it again.

The latest outrage, unnoticed by most Americans, came last week in a successful case before the Washington state Supreme Court, when the ACLU persuaded the justices that it is unconstitutional for parents to eavesdrop on their children.

San Francisco Chronicle

by Suzanne Herel

December 17, 2004

San Francisco supervisors want to make the city the second in the nation to ban the ownership of handguns.

First, legal challenges are being readied by those who see the proposed law -- set to go to voters next fall -- as bucking state law, which says law-abiding citizens do not need permits or licenses to keep handguns in their homes.

Join Together

by Dick Dahl

December 17, 2004

Homicides have been increasing in San Francisco this year. Some city leaders think the answer is a handgun ban.

Five of San Francisco's 11 city supervisors have submitted a proposal, to be offered to city residents for vote in a ballot question next year, which would prohibit the ownership of handguns by everyone except law-enforcement officers, members of the military, or security personnel. It would also prohibit the sale, manufacture, and distribution of handguns.

      
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