It eventually came […]
Atheist soldier claims harassment Army Spc. Jeremy Hall sues U.S. for religious discrimination Hall is known as “the atheist guy,” called immoral and a devil worshipper He turned to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation for help “It’s just about time somebody said something” about pressure to believe in God
It eventually came […]
Serbia has recalled its ambassador from Washington in protest at US recognition of Kosovo’s independence, saying the US has “violated international law”.
Thousands of ethnic Albanians packed into Pristina to celebrate what they regard as the birth of Europe’s newest country.
People in the Balkans are watching nervously to see how […]
Activists look for arrest of Bush, Cheney
By PAUL H. HEINTZ, Brattleboro Reformer
“Shall the Selectboard instruct the Town Attorney to draft indictments against President Bush and Vice President Cheney for crimes against our Constitution, and publish said indictment for consideration by other municipalities?” Daims’ proposed article reads.
“And shall […]
Over 1.3 million people, one in six New Yorkers, cannot afford enough food, with queues at soup kitchens getting longer, anti-poverty groups say.
The New York City Coalition Against Hunger says the number of people who use food pantries and soup kitchens in the city increased by 20% in 2007. … food distribution […]
Protesters gather to march on Capitol
By MATTHEW BARAKAT, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) —
The protesters gathered in Lafayette Park with signs saying “End the war now” and calling for President Bush’s impeachment. The rally, organized by the ANSWER Coalition and other groups, was expected […]
Bush urges Congress to pass wiretap bill Lawmakers hustle to act before recess
WASHINGTON — Congress is rushing to expand the military’s authority to wiretap phone calls and e-mails on US soil. The Bush administration, warning that terrorists may soon attack again, […]
Silent flag protest raises outcry
UPSIDE-DOWN U.S. FLAG
By Ann Schrader Denver Post Staff Writer
Beth Hammer has turned her gated Wheat Ridge community upside down with her upside-down display of the U.S. flag.
On March 19 – the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq – Hammer decided to […]
Bush makes plea for patience on Iraq
Bush: Patience Is Key In Iraq Surge
Bush visit not for the public
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – The public is not invited to attend President Bush’s Fourth of July visit to Martinsburg, W.Va.
The president will focus on mingling with members […]
Op-Ed: Our Founding Fathers were Freedom Fighters …
My ancestors are traced back to the 1600’s, immigrating to this continent on boats from England and Ireland. Several of them fought in the American Revolution – I have documents and letters from one who was injured, became ill and had to return home to […]
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