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urtains Ordered for Media Coverage of Returning Coffins  
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People stand up to the murdering Eugenics movement, and Terri's rehydration tube has been reinserted "for now." Now the family isn't allowed to see her, and no one's sure how much damage has been done by seven days of denying her water and food.

VICTORY! Fla. Gov. Orders Feeding Tube Reinserted

AP

Invoking a law rushed through the Legislature only an hour earlier, Gov. Jeb Bush ordered a feeding tube reinserted Tuesday into a brain-damaged woman at the center of one of the nation's longest and most bitter right-to-die battles.

Saving Terri Schiavo

The Daily Standard

Terri's parents, Bob and Mary Schindler, have fought for their daughter's life tenaciously, spending virtually every dime they have. But over five years, the courts, one-by-one-by-one, turned their backs. And despite testimony by credible medical experts that Terri might still relearn to eat by mouth, Judge Greer refused to even allow her that opportunity. Terri's feeding tube was pulled, per Judge Greer's order, on October 15, 2003.

Fla. Woman Gets Liquids After Bush Order

AP

The fight over the life of a comatose woman took a dramatic twist when a hospital began rehydrating her on orders from Gov. Jeb Bush after 11th-hour action by the Legislature. The lawyer for the woman's husband said angrily Wednesday that she was "literally ... abducted from her deathbed."

Schiavo kept from receiving visitors

Terri Schindler-Schiavo Foundation

Michael Schiavo has ordered that the hospital may not permit any visitors for Terri, including her parents and siblings. As of 8.00 am (ET) Wednesday morning, Terri’s immediate family is not allowed to visit her and is not permitted to have any information regarding her physical condition.

Partial Birth Abortion Ban Goes to Bush

AP

"This is an enormous day. It's been a long seven-year fight about the issue of partial birth abortion," said Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan. He was a leader of the drive to end abortions, generally carried out in the second or third trimester, in which a fetus is partially delivered before being killed

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INSIDE Contactless, FASVER, and IER have announced their partnership in the development of 'IFI' (Intelligent Film for Identification) - an RFID-based authentication solution for official documents such as passports, travel visas, and identity cards.

Ashcroft is resolute in his defense of the Patriot Act

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Mounting opposition to the anti-terrorism legislation passed in response to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks has put Attorney General John Ashcroft on the defensive.

Patriot Act produces ethnic group protests

UPI

Minority group leaders met this week in Chicago, protesting provisions of the Patriot Act they say infringe on civil liberties and target people by race.

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No UN Gun Control for the US

HR 3125

H.R. 3125 would prohibit U.S. taxpayer dollars from being used to
support or promote any United Nations' actions that could in any way infringe on the Second Amendment.

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Georgia Won't Join Anti-Terror Database

AP

Amid cost and privacy concerns, state officials backed away from an anti-terrorism database that officials initially considered joining -- a decision that makes Georgia the sixth state to abandon the Matrix project.

Georgia won't give driver data to Matrix

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Georgia will not send confidential driver records such as citation histories, addresses and license plate numbers to Matrix, the controversial multistate crime-fighting database, Gov. Sonny Perdue ordered Tuesday.

Terrorism

Defense memo: A grim outlook

USA Today

The United States has no yardstick for measuring progress in the war on terrorism, has not "yet made truly bold moves" in fighting al-Qaeda and other terror groups, and is in for a "long, hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a memo that Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sent to top-ranking Defense officials last week.

World War III

Pyongyang derides US treaty offer

London Guardian

Diplomatic tension between the US and North Korea worsened today, after the Pyongyang government dismissed President George Bush's offer of a nuclear treaty as a "laughing matter".

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia in secret nuke pact

Washington Times

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have concluded a secret agreement on "nuclear cooperation" that will provide the Saudis with nuclear-weapons technology in exchange for cheap oil, according to a ranking Pakistani insider.

World News

Buckingham Palace asks to see butler's book

AP

The family is asking to see an advance copy of an upcoming book by Princess Diana's former butler and confidant. Buckingham Palace says the publisher responded by sending excerpts to the palace.

New World Order

APEC Summit: Big US and Australian Money Behind Police State Big Brother Controls in the Pacific Rim

SMH

In the wake of the September 11 attacks and concerns about aviation security, the APEC nations committed to the advance passenger information network and the pooling of information on "people of concern".

Plans for single EU driving licence

U-TV

The new plastic card European licence would carry all information on the driver on a microchip, but the Brussels Commission rejected claims today that the move amounted to ``big brother`` legislation.

Iraq Aftermath/War on Terror

Curtains Ordered for Media Coverage of Returning Coffins

Washington Post

In March, on the eve of the Iraq war, a directive arrived from the Pentagon at U.S. military bases. "There will be no arrival ceremonies for, or media coverage of, deceased military personnel returning to or departing from Ramstein [Germany] airbase or Dover [Del.] base, to include interim stops," the Defense Department said, referring to the major ports for the returning remains.

Blood Donations Halted From Personnel Deployed To Iraq

American Forces Information Services

A parasitic disease being spread by sand flies in Iraq has prompted officials who oversee the military's blood supply to implement a one-year donor deferral for military personnel serving in that country.

US soldiers fail to report for flights back to Iraq

AFP

At least 28 soldiers have failed to report for flights back to Iraq after two weeks of leave in the United States or to call ahead with an explanation, US military spokesmen said Tuesday

John Mellencamp Attacks President Bush In Open Letter

Yahoo

Mellencamp blasts the powers that be for demonizing as "anti-American and unpatriotic" anyone who questions the policies of the U.S. government and the war in Iraq. Mellencamp uses words and phrases like "systematically lied to," "the political 'hijacking' of Iraq," "this misadventure," and "the globe's leading bully.

Science and Health

Are Americans Ready for Food from Clones?

Boston Globe

Across the country, companies have cloned at least 100 prize cattle that are beginning to produce offspring that farmers hope will generate the meat and milk of the future. But will they make it to Americans' tables?

Implanted Microchip 'could do away with pills'

BBC

This new microchip, which is just over a centimetre in length, could provide a way of delivering exactly the right dose at exactly the right time, therefore making the drug work as well as possible.

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