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Greg Stanton's Tires Slashed (tags)
When you are running for an office which essentially is the top boss of a legalized form of the Mafia things like this are expected. Does Greg Stanton really think people will love him for stealing their money and giving it to the special interest groups that help him get elected?
Congressmen and their "Constituent services" (tags)
Congressmen use "Constituent services" to get 5 to 10 percent of their votes
Pop goes the tires of the Minutemen in Lake Forest (tags)
Someone popped their tires. A few photos, not a major article, main page of Indymedia not necessary.
Colombian police fire tear gas on anti-war protesters who burn tires, U.S. flag (tags)
BOGOTA, Colombia - Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas into a crowd of more than 1,500 demonstrators Thursday who tried to march on the U.S. Embassy in Colombia to protest the war in Iraq (news - web sites). No serious injuries were reported.
Guatemalan student covers his face near burning tires REUTERS/Jorge Silva (tags)
A Guatemalan student covers his face near burning tires during a demonstration against tax increases, outside San Carlos University in Guatemala City, late July 26, 2001. Guatemalan security forces are on "permanent alert" after Congress approved a controversial Value-Added-Tax increase from 10 to 12 percent on Thursday. Guatemala's fiscal revenue accounted for 9.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product in 2000, the second lowest tax-take in Latin America, just after impoverished Haiti. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
burning tires outside Guatemalan congress REUTERS/Jorge Silva (tags)
Guatemalan students wear masks as they walk past burning tires outside Guatemalan congress during a protest against tax increase, Guatemala City July 26, 2001. Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo put security forces on "permanent alert" this week as Congress prepared to debate a controversial Value-Added-Tax increase from 10 to 12 percent today. Guatemala's fiscal revenue accounted for 9.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product in 2000, the second lowest tax-take in Latin America, just after impoverished Haiti. REUTERS/Jorge Silva