Accuse Saddam of Planning His Own Northwoods
the Declassified Operations Northwoods Document
protesters mobilize for war
Officers will arrest protesters if they refuse orders
to disperse or become too unruly, said Santa Rosa Sgt.
districts tell parents not to pick up children during
DOWN "FOR THEIR SAFETY"
usan Moxley, an assistant superintendent with Lake
County schools, defended school-closing plans as
rooted in both safety and common sense. A temporary
shutdown would "protect the safety of our kids"
and free up school buildings for an emergency center
in the event of a disaster.
FLASHBACK TO AN OBVIOUS NATIONAL PLAN BEING UNVEILED:
Government Claims Ownership of Your Children
Many Anti-Terror Plans Would Stop Parents From Picking
National Guard Troops Would Patrol
National Guard troops would begin patrolling specific
facilities, including protecting the entrances to state
and federal office buildings and courthouses
Gas and Stun Grenades Break up Activist's Memorial Service
Israeli forces fired teargas and stun grenades yesterday
in an attempt to break up a memorial service for Rachel
Corrie, the American peace activist killed by an army
bulldozer in Gaza on Sunday.
issues terror attack warning
The warning came shortly before the first US strikes on
RUSSIA, CUBA AND N.KOREA HEADLINES
Calls for Immediate Halt to War on Iraq
Foreign Ministry spokesman Kong Quan said the war was a
violation of the U.N. charter and international law.
NEW WORLD ORDER HEADLINES
and Pony Rhetoric: We want a multilateral world order
on a cooperative basis," said
Fischer during a parliamentary debate on Iraq.
"We want a strong United Nations..."
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what could be one of the most significant debris
discoveries yet from the shattered Columbia, searchers
found a data recorder that may hold valuable clues
as to what destroyed the space shuttle
Cuban plane lands in Florida under military escort
A Cuban airliner carrying 29 passengers was hijacked
at knifepoint and landed under US military escort
in Key West, Florida
War Protester Dies in Golden Gate Bridge Fall
A man protesting the looming U.S. war on Iraq
fell to his death from San Francisco's famed Golden
Gate Bridge on Wednesday as he was hanging a banner
ARMING THE ENEMY
has identified a Virginia-based biological supply
house and a French scientific institute as the
sources of all the foreign germ samples that it
used to create the biological weapons that are
still believed to be in Iraq's arsenal
Remember Where Iraq Got It's Arsenal:
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SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY
Link May Tie Together Pesticides, ADHD, Gulf War Syndrome
And Other Disorders
The finding, published in the March 17 online version
of Nature Genetics, is the first to demonstrate a clear
genetic link between neurological disorders and exposure
to organophosphate chemicals; the gene is one that scientists
had not studied in previous efforts to find connections
between these chemicals and disease. Organophosphates
include household pesticides as well as deadly nerve
gases like sarin.
on cloning examines what is human
Members of a Senate committee Wednesday grappled with
the question of when life begins, a concept that will
play a key role in the coming debate over whether to
allow therapeutic cloning research to proceed.
defenders arrested on accusation by illegals
Witnesses say Salvadorans brought false charges after
being treated with care
Wounded in US Air Strikes on Baghdad-Iraq
"Initial information indicates a number of civilian
targets were hit in the Doura area, and a number of
civilians were wounded"
order causes a flap along the front line
As U.S. troops roll toward the Iraqi border this week,
they have been given orders on two matters of decorum:
no throwing candy to Iraqi children, and no displaying
flags regimental, state or even the American flag.
Robert Byrd: 'Today I Weep for My Country'
"No more is the image of America one of strong,
yet benevolent peacekeeper. ... Around the globe,
our friends mistrust us, our word is disputed, our
intentions are questioned."
Had Fix on Hussein
Intelligence Revealed 'Target of Opportunity'
White House anti-terror boss resigns
The top National Security Council official in the
war on terror resigned this week for what a NSC spokesman
said were personal reasons, but intelligence sources
say the move reflects concern that the looming war
with Iraq is hurting the fight against terrorism.
MARCH 20, 2003 -- THE VERNAL
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?