Smart Found Alive and Well.
And the Washington Post
Says Most Kids Return Home Safe
they're kidnapped by the government...then they're
never heard from again
Security guards to hand out on-the-spot fines
A White Paper on tackling anti-social behaviour confirmed
that accredited security firms will be able to impose
fines for offences such as harassment, throwing fireworks
or stones, cycling on the pavement, dog fouling, littering
and drinking in public.
Back: Firearm 'buyback' irritates police, handgun critics
A firearms dealer from downstate Athens is taking fire from
police and gun control advocates over a buyback program.
from Ireland Molded into Peace Fountain
The fountain will be given to the United States at a dedication
ceremony in Eastlake, Ohio. A similar fountain made from firearms
handed in to police during gun exchanges held in the United
States has already been constructed in Anderson Park in Coleraine,
in US at a record 32.5 million
Bureau estimates being released today show that there were
about 32.5 million foreign-born residents in the United States
in March 2002. That is 2 percent more than the 31.8 million
in the preceding March.
onto the War to Promote Illegal Immigrants' Rights
Mexico official: War footing hurts immigrants
RUSSIA, CUBA AND N.KOREA HEADLINES
Dollars to Gold
Russian people keep losing their faith in US dollar
Patriot II's attack on citizenship
Our leadership may distrust or despise certain people,
but it cannot strip them of their citizenship involuntarily.
Murderers, child molesters, and tax evaders are subject
to criminal punishment, not denationalization. Yet with
the Domestic Security Enhancement Act, informally known
as "Patriot II," this basic rule is under
Suspended for Multi-Tool Calculator That Includes Knife
Cortez Curtis was suspended after another student noticed
the 2-inch knife blade hidden in the calculator and
told a teacher. The calculator also includes a screwdriver
and a magnifying glass.
Smart Family Demands House Pass National Amber Alert
(Why don't we have a national Amber Alert for all the
kids kidnapped by government?)
The reunited family of Elizabeth Smart challenged House
Republican leaders Thursday to pass a national Amber
Alert bill, accusing them of "hurting children"
by delaying it.
US NEWS HEADLINES
the nation teeters on the brink of war, the Texas
House on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to
a bill that would automatically register young
men for a possible draft when they apply for or
renew a Texas driver's license.
Hopes to Link Driver's License, Draft
The Texas House Wednesday gave preliminary approval
to a bill that would register young men for a
possible draft when they get or renew a driver's
Soon hundreds of corporations may slash pensions by
as much as half.
Gov. Apologizes for Sterlizations
Gov. Gray Davis apologized for a state law passed nearly
a century ago that resulted in the involuntary sterilization
of about 19,000 Californians
photos, like military telescopes and computer
simulations, were spoken of during Columbia's
final flight. They were all skipped
Team Sought Satellite Assessment of Liftoff Damage
Two or three days after the space shuttle Columbia's
liftoff, a group of NASA engineers asked the shuttle
program manager to request the aid of United States
spy satellites in determining the extent of debris
damage to the shuttle's left wing, but the manager
declined to do so
NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
the shifty eyes of the murderer of Rwanda Kofi
Annan and the Queen of the Netherlands, 18 judges
are to be sworn in today as the globalists' overseers
in the new era of the New World Order
ready to inaugurate war-crimes court
Locked away in the walk-in vault of the first
permanent war-crimes court are thick files filled
with tales of rape, plunder and devastation from
around the world (what -- are these the UN internal
SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
Pentagon's Private Army
They run the mess halls. They program the
weapons. They even recruit soldiers. And if America
goes to war against Iraq, private military companies
will play a bigger role than ever before.
lost since 'axis of evil' speech
Millions of small investors have seen their pensions,
endowments and shareholdings caught in the crossfire
of President George Bush's war against terrorism
Foreign Minister: Iraq war 'could aid terror'
Mr Ivanov told reporters in Kabul that any conflict
would have repercussions around the world, including
dismisses Iran nuclear fears
Russia and Iran roundly rejected US charges that Tehran
is engaged in a covert nuclear weapons program as the
Islamic regime took the foreign press on a first tour
of the atomic reactor it is building with Moscow's assistance.
Wants Tehran To Accept Tougher Nuclear Inspections
The United States has called on Iran to accept more
thorough international inspections of its nuclear program.
on verge of entering nuclear age
Iran's first nuclear power plant -- which the US claims
can be used to make nuclear bombs -- is nearing completion,
officials said yesterday
UK 'sells' bomb material to Iran
TORTURE: THE NEW AMERICAN
City Paper: We caught Mohammed, so why not torture
Atlantic Online: Is It Ever All Right to Torture
Observer: Should the US engage in torture?