Sunday, August 21, 2005


In an age when little noticed events in faraway places can have an eventual huge impact on us, and I was stunned that so little attention was paid here.

So it seems the Rocky State that gave Dubya his largest margin of victory of any state in the 2000 and 2004 elections has called for "the biggest demonstration this state has ever seen" to protest President Bush's appearance Monday before a national veterans convention.

The Iconoclast is reporting that Joan Baez, long time folk singer activist is going to be at Camp Casey on SUNDAY! I really like All the Weary Mothers of the Earth

My friend near the Twin Cities called me a bum. I am not bummed when I read that conservative-talk Limbaugh's show has lost 43 percent of its audience among 25- to 54-year-olds in the past year.

Cindy Sheehan's vigil outside the President's ranch has galvanised the anti-war movement - and provoked a vicious political slanging match, however the power of last week's vigils and one Mother tips the balance against Bush

Jim Lobe asks Has the U.S public lost so much confidence in the George W. Bush administration's handling of the Iraq war that its current strategy -- to the extent one actually exists -- is unsustainable?

A wave to The Coat who has some Sunday Gems. And a compassionate hug to a mother named Joan.

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