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The Sierra Times

by Ted Lang

December 13, 2003

But we are the freest nation in the entire world! Yes, but that's only for the immediate moment!

And it is only because of the cultural constraints placed upon a soon to be totally out-of-control bureaucracy poised for just the right moment!All the necessary 'laws' are now in place! Never mind that they are all completely unconstitutional! And never mind as well that the finishing touches of our unconstitutional "laws" have been finalized and put in place by a "limited government" Republican administration! America is now "legally" a police state!

by Kyle Williams

December 13, 2003

Sens. Hillary Clinton and John Warner are sponsoring legislation that would enact a national seat belt law, requiring states to pass laws mandating the usage of seat belts or obtaining a 90 percent use rate among citizens.

These days, many choose to rely on government. Capitalizing on that, the Big Daddy government will happily supply the needs, creating a dependent nation. But if the government is daddy and we're the children, as I've said before, there is definitely some child abuse going on - a new era has emerged, causing a few problems.

Law.com

by John Caher

December 8, 2003

The News pursued the issue because "important principles [were] at stake" for both the newspaper and the community.

The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct is apparently investigating a Buffalo judge who is accused of threatening to retaliate against Western New York's largest newspaper because the publication refused to hold a story about the arrest of a prominent local attorney.

Medical Awareness Project

December 5, 2003

Nine states have passed legislation legalizing medicinal marijuana.

The Ohio Patient Network is hoping that the Buckeye State will soon join them. But that may be too much to ask of our Republican-dominated state government - even as thousands of ill Ohioans suffer.

World Net Daily

December 4, 2003

New WND blockbuster ultimate expose of judicial hijacking of First Amendment

In Texas, a U.S. District judge decreed that any student uttering the word "Jesus" at his school's graduation would be arrested and locked up. "And make no mistake," announced Judge Samuel B. Kent, "the court is going to have a United States marshal in attendance at the graduation. If any student offends this court, that student will be summarily arrested and will face up to six months incarceration in the Galveston County Jail for contempt of court."

News With Views

by Devvy Kidd

December 4, 2003

This article will prove how the American worker and employer alike have been hoodwinked regarding the withholding process.

The purpose behind this chicanery is not to benefit America, but to further enrich the coffers of the private banking cartel aka the Federal Reserve.

Fox News

December 2, 2003

President Bush signed legislation Tuesday expanding government incentives that promote adoption.

Bush renewed the Adoption Promotion Act (Seach), a law passed in 1997 that sends $4,000 in federal money per child to state governments that exceed their placement performances from the previous year. His signature also provides new financial incentives for states to place children 9 and older with adoptive families.

Michigan.Gov

November 26, 2003

The Michigan House Civics Commission (MHCC) today announced the unveiling of its interactive web site

This web site, formatted for easy use by teachers and students alike, provides thorough explanation on the purpose of the commission, as well as its many components. <a href="http://www.civicscommission.com" target="_blank" title="Visit Michigan's Civics Commission Website">www.civicscommission.com</a><br><br>More information can be attained from Rep. Hart's Lansing office at (517) 373-0218.

The New York Times

by Robert D. McFadden

November 25, 2003

In Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., the nation's largest residential treatment center for troubled youths is struggling to cope with a case of sexual abuse in which a 14-year-old was sodomized with a broomstick, while being held down by a counselor..

Sometime between 9 and 10 p.m., the authorities said, the victim, a resident of Wolfe Cottage, one of 22 residences on campus, was chased and cornered in a shower room by 16-year-old Elliot Perryman, who sodomized him with a broomstick while Jason Brown, 29, an assistant cottage supervisor, held him down. It was unclear what prompted the attack, the police said.

The Sierra Times

by Ray Thomas

November 23, 2003

650 Florida foster children, including some that are not under the care of a pediatrician, have been given mind-altering drugs. Drugs that have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use with small children.

The state Department of Children & Families naturally disputes the validity of the research. They always do when they're "caught out." They quibble with the findings by saying that "too few children were included in the study's sample." Such studies commonly use small samples of a subject group and that is a recognized, accepted method. This group studied 1,180 foster children out of 15,000 in state care. <br><br>More than half -- 652 -- were on at least one drug. Seventeen of the 652 were preschoolers.

      
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