Saturday, July 31, 2004

Sudanese governments will accept the UN Security Council resolution on Darfur crisis with "regret" and vow to implement it as scheduled. “We don't want to be another Israel in refusing the Security Council resolution,"


2 Reasons Bush lift Iraq sanctions - More American Firms want to invest there, and it will help with his reelection campaign.


China is probably one of the few countries in the world where learning English has almost become a national obsession.



Friday, July 30, 2004

Daily Report on Robber Baron's

Today’s Business News

Shell Oil Co pays $150 MILLION fine for Wrong Reporting.

Morgan Stanley pays $2.2 MILLION fine for Wrong Reporting


Price Gouging Continues -

Exxon Sales - 2004=32 Zillion$  - 2003=18 Zillion$


Have you heard about the New ADAPTIVE Cruise Control?


United Airlines - Quit funding Pension for their workers. Is that ALL workers? Including the Board Members? I doubt it.


ATT Bonds downgraded to JUNK level. Insiders continue to destroy the company. Wonder if the still get Bonus’?


Citigroup being sued for helping Iranians do Fraud.


Everybody KNOWS Tariffs are Bad. So, why did Bush just impose a 67% tariff on Some Shrimp Imports?


Thursday, July 29, 2004

NV Vote

What are YOUR stands on these issues?


More Police

Putting Education FIRST in the Budget

Raise the Minimum Wage

Legalizing Dope

Repeat Sex Offenders

Equality for women - including equal pay



Wednesday, July 28, 2004

DEMOCRAT'S PLATFORM PLEDGES - to protect Nevada from the proposed nuclear waste repository. GOP says they are for States right's. Democrats PROVE they are. Bush LIED before the LAST election about it.

Sunday, July 25, 2004

Catholic Church is PRO-AIDS


When is the Catholic Church going to care enough about people to USE CONDOM USE???


Bush want us to believe - US world's biggest provider of condoms Powell said that America was the world's biggest provider of condoms for poor countries hard hit by AIDS." We buy more condoms than any other government on the face of the earth or organization on the face of the earth. Under this administration, we have doubled, if not tripled, the purchase of condoms for use in undeveloped nations," The debate over abstinence versus condoms in HIV prevention programs "take us off course," Powell said.


How not to fight AIDS

Palm Beach Post Editorial Saturday, July 17, 2004


AIDS has become an 8,000-deaths-a-day epidemic. Bush administration withholding $34 million for HIV/AIDS prevention and family services that help women and children in poor countries.


US criticized for requiring that one-third of the money spent on HIV prevention be used for abstinence programs of the $15 Billion Aids plan.


That Printer of Udell's

I was a Reagan Fan

I was a Reagan Fan.

and Voted for him.


When he died

I heard he had read a book

that - he said - changed his life.

“That Printer of Udell’s - by Harold Bell Wright.


He said -

“I found a role model in the traveling printer whom Harold Bell Wright had brought to life.

He set a course I’ve tried to follow even unto this day. I shall always be grateful.”


It was written in 1903.


The main theme is -

“Inasmuch ad ye have done unto one of the least of these, by brethren, ye have done it unto Me.”

It is the story of a young man that became a Christian,

in a time when ALL but Christians were considered Infidels.


I believe in Universal Health Care

Minimum Wage

REAL States Rights

The UN


some other things.


I thought you might be interested.


I consider myself a

Defender of the Little People

those of US with NO voice.







Friday, July 23, 2004



The UN is the one that should solve the crisis in Sudan.

But, If Bush can invade Iraq, to help the Iraq people - why can’t he help the Sudan people?


Some of the things the UN has done recently.

23 July – UN today announced an $11 million project to help restore the marshlands of southern Iraq, considered by some to be the site of the Biblical Garden of Eden.


UN Leads drive to register voters in Afghanistan  - Result = Voter registrations passed 7.8 million on Tuesday – out of an estimated pool of up to 10 million voters – with women comprising 40.8 per cent of those who signed up.


Because of the Drought UN appeals for aid on behalf of the Kenyan Government. UN World Food Program (WFP) plans to ask for food aid within the next few days, and UNICEF is responding to concerns over health, nutrition, water, sanitation and education


UN Creating a wastewater treatment research centre in Kuwait.

UN helping Gabon develop its fishing sector.

Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Shoot 'em down

Brazil is set to start shooting down aircraft suspected of smuggling drugs across its jungles.

Why doesnÂ’t the US do the same thing? It should.

Sunday, July 18, 2004

The EASY way to test an idea is -

would it be good for MY Mother, Father, Daughter, Son, Children, or House.


England will start protecting "law-abiding citizens" with US technology - be used to track 5,000 career criminals who are responsible for one in every 10 crimes in Britain. fitted with electronic tags. prolific offenders as well as for domestic violence and sex offenders. Why doesn’t the US Do it? Afraid we WILL HURT SOMEBODY’S FEELINGS.?

Thursday, July 15, 2004


ANOTHER INTENTIONAL DISTORTION by Rush. Here is what he says about the UN in his Tirade - that he calls a Radio Show yesterday .  Close Your Fly, You Won't Die

 July 14, 2004 Listen to Rush… (...AIDS "activists" complain that Bush's $15 billion isn't enough, and he's a killer)


RUSH Says - You've got to hear this AIDS story…..

And you've got the United Nations, which is made up largely of dictator nations, which oppress their own people, deny their own people freedom, deny them this natural yearning created by God to be free, and when they had problems because their own countries don't work, because they're not allowing their people to work, who do they come to? WRONG! WRONG! WRONG!


There are 191 members of the UN. The UN was formed in 1945. The Original 51 members were -

Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Belarus, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, France, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Liberia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia*


Since then they have added - Afghanistan, Iceland, Sweden, Thailand  Pakistan, Yemen Myanmar Israel Indonesia Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Lao People's Democratic  Republic, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Nepal, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sri Lanka Japan, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia Ghana, Malaysia Guinea Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Cyprus, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, Togo Mauritania, Mongolia, Sierra Leone, United Republic of Tanzania  Algeria, Burundi, Jamaica, Rwanda, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda Kenya, Kuwait Malawi, Malta, Zambia Gambia, Maldives, Singapore Barbados, Botswana, Guyana, Lesotho  Democratic Yemen  Equatorial Guinea, Mauritius, Swaziland  Fiji Bahrain, Bhutan, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates  Bahamas, Federal Republic of Germany, German Democratic Republic Bangladesh, Grenada, Guinea-Bissau  Cape Verde, Comoros, Mozambique, Papua New Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe, Suriname  Angola, Samoa, Seychelles Djibouti, Viet Nam Dominica, Solomon Islands Saint Lucia Saint Vincent Grenadines, Zimbabwe  Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Vanuatu  Saint Kitts Nevis  Brunei Darussalam  Liechtenstein, Namibia Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Estonia, Federated States of Micronesia, Latvia, Lithuania, Marshall Islands, Republic of Korea Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, San Marino, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan Andorra, Czech Republic, Eritrea, Monaco, Slovak Republic, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Palau Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga  Tuvalu, Serbia and Montenegro Switzerland, Timor-Leste


Sunday, July 11, 2004

Rush on the WONDERFUL War!

Click here to see IT with your own eyes  GI Joe Disarmed; America Defenseless

 July 2, 2004     Listen to Rush… (...discuss GI Joe's disarmament, by those who think our soldiers "promote war") This is an edited version of Rush’s show Friday. He was upset because some people had objected to a baseball team giving away GI Joe dolls as a promotion. BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

Rush Says - Do you realize the great things that have happened as a result of war?

That will shake 'em up. "Rush, have you lost your mind?" No! You know, this is a world governed by the aggressive use of force.

We are not aggressive.      ***But, The US invaded Iraq.

We have to play by the rules the aggressors make. We have been transgressed against. We are responding. ***Responding to What?

We are in another world war.  ***Tell me - When were YOU (Rush) even in Military Service.

Monday, July 05, 2004

Bremer 97 Edicts


This version is edited. I can’t find a list - I have searched the internet. If YOU know where I could find the COMPLETE LIST, please, let me know.


BAGHDAD, June 26 -- Bremer has issued a raft of edicts

revising Iraq's legal code and appointed at least two dozen Iraqis to government jobs with multi-year terms in an attempt to promote his concepts of governance long after the planned handover of political authority on Wednesday.


The Handover was SO secretive the reporters cells phones were confiscated.


Some of the orders signed by Bremer, which

will remain in effect unless overturned by Iraq's interim government, restrict the power of the interim government and impose U.S.-crafted rules for the country's democratic transition.


Among the most controversial orders is the enactment of an elections law that gives a seven-member commission can disqualify political parties and any of the candidates they support.


Bremer has ordered that the national security adviser and the national intelligence chief chosen by the interim prime minister - Ayad Allawi,

be given five-year terms,

imposing Allawi's choices on the elected government that is to take over next year.


Bremer named:

inspectors-general for five-year terms in every ministry.


public-integrity commissioner who will have the

power to refer corrupt government officials for prosecution.


The Orders - cap tax rates at 15 percent,

prohibit piracy of intellectual property,

ban children younger than 15 from working,

traffic code that stipulates the use of a car horn in "emergency conditions only"

and requires a driver to "hold the steering wheel with both hands."


Some condemn Bremer's edicts and appointments as an effort to exert U.S. control over the country after the transfer of political authority.


A senior U.S. official in Iraq noted recently that it would "not be easy to reverse" the orders.


Iraq has long been a place where few people pay taxes, where most movies and music are counterfeit, where children often hold down jobs and where traffic laws are rarely obeyed, Iraqis note.


Other regulations promulgated by Bremer cap tax rates at 15 percent, prohibit piracy of intellectual property, ban children younger than 15 from working, and a new traffic code that stipulates the use of a car horn in "emergency conditions only" and requires a driver to "hold the steering wheel with both hands."

prevent former members of the Iraqi army from holding public office for 18 months after their retirement or resignation,

30-year minimum sentence for people caught selling weapons such as grenades and ban former militiamen integrated into the Iraqi armed forces from endorsing and campaigning for political candidates.


regulates private corporations and

amended an industrial-design law to protect microchip designs.


An anti-money-laundering law requires banks to collect detailed personal information from customers seeking to make transactions greater than $3,500,

Commission on Public Integrity has been given the power to reward whistleblowers with 25 percent of the funds recovered by the government from corrupt practices they have identified.


Suspended the death penalty, and

his election law imposes a strict quota:

One of every three candidates on a party's slate must be a woman.


future use of radioactive material,

Arab-Kurd property disputes and

national elections planned for January.


His order forbids, even after the transfer of sovereignty, any activity involving radioactive material except under requirements established by the agency.


in an effort to keep unemployed Iraqi weapons scientists from working for other nations, Bremer established the Iraqi Non-Proliferation Programs Foundation.


establish a venture capital fund to promote the commercial development of products and technologies by former employees of Iraqi weapons programs, according to the order setting up the foundation.


Establishing a Special Task Force on Compensating Victims of the Previous Regime. The task force is to

devise a means for determining the number of victims,

estimate fair compensation and

recommend a system under which claims could be made and adjudicated.

An endowment of $25 million was set aside from oil income to be used to compensate victims and their families, according to the order authorizing the task force.


Perhaps Bremer's most far-reaching and potentially contentious order is the election law, which he signed June 15.

The law states that no party can be associated with a militia or get money from one. It also requires the electoral commission to draft a code of conduct

barring campaigners from using

"hate speech,

intimidation, and

support for, the practice of and the use of terrorism."


"The notion of [the U.S.] decreeing election law prior to June 30 is unfortunate,"


Juan Cole, a University of Michigan professor who specializes in Iraq, said the appointed electoral commission's power to eliminate political parties or candidates for not obeying laws would allow it "to disqualify people someone didn't like."


"In a way, Mr. Bremer is using a more subtle form than the one used by hard-liners in Iran to control their elections," Cole said.


The country is so violent that the no commercial flights are allowed to land at Baghdad's airport.


When interviewed on ABC, after his return, Bremer said - I’m delighted to be back. Maureen Dowd - “If only our soldiers could say the same”.


I guess you could call this - Bremer’s Democracy.

Friday, July 02, 2004

Bill Cosby

The Tavis Smiley Show

Unless DON BABWIN (AP writer) is a racist, why would he say - “Bill Cosby (news) went off on another tirade against the black community Thursday,”?

Babwin - He also had harsh words for struggling black men, telling them: "Stop beating up your women because you can't find a job."

     *** “struggling”? How does Babwin KNOW they are struggling.


Here is some more of what Cosby said -

“black children are running around not knowing how to read or write and "going nowhere."

He shot back Thursday, saying his detractors were trying in vain to hide the black community's "dirty laundry."


"Let me tell you something, your dirty laundry gets out of school at 2:30 every day, it's cursing and calling each other n------ as they're walking up and down the street,".


"They think they're hip," the entertainer said. "They can't read; they can't write. They're laughing and giggling, and they're going nowhere."


Cosby denounced some blacks' grammar and said those who commit crimes and wind up behind bars "are not political prisoners."


"I can't even talk the way these people talk, 'Why you ain't,' 'Where you is' ... and I blamed the kid until I heard the mother talk," Cosby said then. "And then I heard the father talk ... Everybody knows it's important to speak English except these knuckleheads. You can't be a doctor with that kind of crap coming out of your mouth."


He castigated some blacks, saying that they cannot simply blame whites for problems such as teen pregnancy and high school dropout rates.


"For me there is a time ... when we have to turn the mirror around," he said. "Because for me it is almost analgesic to talk about what the white man is doing against us. And it keeps a person frozen in their seat, it keeps you frozen in your hole you're sitting in."


"When you put on a record and that record is yelling `n----- this and n----- that' and you've got your little 6-year-old, 7-year-old sitting in the back seat of the car, those children hear that," he said.

"You've got to stop beating up your women because you can't find a job, because you didn't want to get an education and now you're (earning) minimum wage," Cosby said.


"You should have thought more of yourself when you were in high school, when you had an opportunity."


Cosby also said many young people are failing to honor the sacrifices made by those who struggled and died during the civil rights movement.


"Dogs, water hoses that tear the bark off trees, Emmett Till," he said, naming the black youth who was tortured and murdered in Mississippi in 1955, allegedly for whistling at a white woman. "And you're going to tell me you're going to drop out of school? You're going to tell me you're going to steal from a store?"


Rev. Jesse Jackson (news - web sites), founder and president of the education fund, who defended the entertainer's statements.


"Bill is saying let's fight the right fight, let's level the playing field," Jackson said. "Drunk people can't do that. Illiterate people can't do that."

Thursday, July 01, 2004

Fw: NO! Jesse you are NOT!!!!!

I Read Jesse’s ANTI-WalMart article yesterday in the WSJ. I Understand WHY the Newspapers HATE Walmart - they DON’T ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS,


I am one of the “cheapskates” that DOES  “actually enjoy shopping at Wal-Mart”.

My father-in-law says - If WalMart doesn’t have it, you don’t need it.


If he would actually visit one of the stores he would find NO “interminable check-out lines”

and would NOT be bothered by any “GPS navigation systems”.


Suggest to Jesse that he write an article telling WHY prices are as low in this country as they are. WalMart is the reason. I can NOT think of ONE single company that works to keep prices low, as Walmart does. Plus, they have EXCELLENT Customer Service when most companies have NONE.