fix articles 38788, citizen action
Obama's New Appointments (tags)
as bad as the others
Obama Mania (tags)
A reality check.
Alabama - Louisiana solar links (tags)
Links to groups, in ALABAMA to LOUISIANA, supporting LOCAL Renewable Energy, Honest elections, safe schools, healthy children, disease prevention, clean water, clean air, cancer prevention and LOCAL Organic Family farmers. Please help set up and support in your LOCAL community, groups that support the above. Thank YOU.
Perfect Storm: Citizen Action against Felony Murder from Fraud that Led to War (tags)
Imagine 2024 local prosecutions in all 50 States against the criminals who fraudulently led America to war in Iraq. The charge? Felony Murder. Chance for pardon by Bush? 0
‘Don’t pick our pockets to line your own’ (tags)
“Privatizing Social Security may be good business for Charles Schwab, but it’s a bad deal for working Americans,” Chicago Federation of Labor President Dennis Gannon told the multiracial and multigenerational crowd of 300 that overflowed the sidewalk in front of the giant investment firm’s office here. “The stock market is a gamble,” Gannon continued, “I’ve got a mother who is 83, a daughter who is 22 and I’m 52. Privatization puts us all in jeopardy.”
Michael Moore's New Book CENSORED By Publisher (tags)
As the keynote speaker at NJ Citizen Action's convention, Michael Moore told the audience that his publisher HarperCollins won't be selling/distributing his already-printed new book "Stupid White Men and Other Excuses for the State of the Nation" because the content is politically offensive. Reposted from an American Library Association email discussion list.
"Al Gore's Conscience" Radio Spot (tags)
Opponents of the Waste Technologies Industries (WTI) hazardous waste incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio are in Los Angeles to remind Vice President Al Gore of his 1992 promise to stop the incinerator from operating. Ohio Citizen Action has produced a 30-second radio spot, “Al Gore’s Conscience,” and is working to raise funds to run the spot this fall. The radio spot can be accessed through Ohio Citizen Action’s home page, www.ohiocitizen.org.