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Pictured is Gertrude Tolbert, a WW2 veteran. She is pensively listening to "God Bless America" at the start of a Veterans Day remembrance ceremony. Gertrude was a surgical nurse who worked out in the field in Europe during the war. She is wearing the exact khaki wool regulation jacket and cap she wore during war. The event was a standing room only Veterans Day celebration at the Palmer Pioneer Home in 1988 put on by the American Legion and the VFW. Gertrude was one of 11 veterans honored at the event and the only woman veteran present.


Photograph by Linda Cordle. She worked 5 years as a photographer at the Frontiersman Newspaper (a bi-weekly) in Wasilla, Alaska and 2 years at the Anchorage Daily News. A single Mom with 3 teenagers who chose her family versus her career, she now works at Matanuska Telephone and the kids are grown and out on their own, with photography as a hobby now.

ALASKA
AIRPORT by Dale Luther Click to see Photo
STATE OF ALASKA NOV. 7, 2000 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

ANWR INTERNET POLL RESULTS
The Harris/Excite.com Poll October 20, 2000

Should companies be allowed to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska?

Yes 56% - 31681 votes

No  40% - 22628 votes

Don't know 2% - 1429 votes

Current Vote Tally: 55738
ALASKA'S EMPLOYERS URGED TO HIRE VETS Employment Security Director Says Vets Make the Best Workers by Rebecca Gamez, Employment Security Division Director Juneau, AK Nov, 7, 2000 News Release
GOV. KNOWLES HONORS WOMEN VETERANS IN FAIRBANKS CEREMONY State Recognition Day the First of its Kind in the Nation (Press Release 00279) Nov. 9, 2000
ANOTHER GREEDY PROPERTY OWNER! by Dale Luther Click her for Photo!
AMERICA

WORLDNETDAILY INTERNET OPINION POLL RESULTS
By WorldNetDaily November 11, 2000

Do you think the Clinton-Gore Administration used INS to recruit voters?

Yes 98.52% 5810 votes

No 0.54% 32 votes

Not Sure 0.93% 55 votes

Total votes cast 5897

Source: http://www.wdn.com

BULLYING CONTRIBUTES TO SCHOOL SHOOTINGS,REPORT SAYS By Tiffany Danitz, Staff Writer Stateline.org Wednesday, October 25, 2000 (with permission)

Metal detectors, student profiles and police officers patrolling school hallways are less likely to prevent school shootings than anti-bullying programs like one conducted in Delaware, a study by the Secret Service and the US Department of Education (DOE) concludes. Learn more...
A WORD OF THANKS FROM RALPH NADER Washington, D.C. November 11,2000
HOWARD PHILLIPS/CURT FRAZIER ELECTION RESULTS By Art Harman November 12, 2000
PRAYER GIVEN AT KANSAS SENATE OPENING SESSION Submitted by Joanne Locke November 9, 2000

LOW VOTER TURNOUT SPURS EFFORTS TO OPEN PROCESS By Clare Nolan, Senior Writer Stateline.org Thursday, November 2, 2000 (with permission)

Next Tuesday's election gets lots of attention in STATELINE.ORG this week. Despite the close race between George W. Bush and Al Gore, experts say voter turnout is not likely to exceed the last one when 49 percent of those eligible cast ballots. To counter the decades-long trend in declining participation, states are tinkering with the rules around the process. See the full story...

REMARKS MADE BY RALPH NADER TO THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB THE MORNING AFTER ELECTION By Ralph Nader & Nader 2000 General Committee, Inc. November 10, 2000
CONGRESSMAN CALLS FOR PROBE OF MILITARY ABSENTEE BALLOTS by Jon Doughtery, WDN Staff Writer November 10, 2000
MANUFACTURERS ADMIT VOTING MACHINES UNRELIABLE By Christopher Bollyn The SPOTLIGHT Nov. 7, 2000 (with permission)
WATCHDOG GROUP WANTS JUDICIARY HELD ACCOUNTABLE By Margo Turner The SPOTLIGHT Nov. 7, 2000 (with permission)
MILITARY MISSING ABSENTEE BALLOTS By Jon Doughtery, WDN Staff Writer 11-4-00 (with permission)
HOW TO BEAT VOTE FRAUD By Geoff Metcalf, who interviews fair-elections crusader Jim Condit 11-5-00 (with permission)
ACLU URGES REJECTION OF LEAK BILL By Jon Doughtery, WDN Staf Writer 11-4-00 (with permission)
VOTE FRAUD, AGAIN! By Joseph Farah, WDN Editor 11-6-00 (with permission)
THE BUTTERFLY BALLOT Cartoon by Gypsy Smith & WorldNetDaily (with permission)
FLORIDA VOTER FRAUD By Judicial Watch 11/9/2000 Press Office
2000 JUDICIAL WATCH AWARDS By Judicial Watch October 18, 2000
HILLARY CLINTON STILL MUST ANSWER TO JUSTICE SYSTEM By Judicial Watch FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2000
HUANG HELD IN CONTEMPT OVER 131 TIMES By Judicial Watch FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 7, 2000

MSNBC INTERNET OPINION POLL
Nov. 11, 2000

IS George W. Bush right to seek to send the recounts in Florida?

Yes 56%

No 44%

Source:http://www.msnbc.com

THE HARRIS POLL/EXCITE.COM INTERNET POLL RESULTS
November 10, 2000

By which method should the U.S. president be elected in the future?

Electoral College 46% - 44045 votes

Popular Vote 49% - 46653 votes

Not sure 4% - 4146 votes

Current Vote Tally: 94844
CLINTON-GORE WHITE HOUSE INVOKES PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE TO TRY TO AVOID TESTIMONY ON E-MAIL SCANDAL By Judicial Watch FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 6, 2000

NATION'S POOR FAMILIES GAIN, BUT TROUBLES REMAIN, STUDY FINDS By Clare Nolan, Senior Writer stateline.org Tuesday, October 24, 2000 (with permission)

A study of the economic, physical and emotional well- being of America's families has found no evidence that the push to cut the public welfare rolls has hurt the nation's poor. The privately funded survey by the Urban Institute and Child Trends is one of the most comprehensive attempts to gauge the fallout from recent decisions to shift authority over social programs to the states. See the full story...
WESTERN STATES LAUNCH VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY By Tiffany Danitz, Staff Writer stateline.org Monday, October 16, 2000 (with permission)

WORLDNETDAILY INTERNET OPINION POLL
By WorldNetDaily November 11, 2000

Do you think the Clinton-Gore Administration used INS to recruit voters?

Yes 98.52% - 5810 votes

No 0.54% - 32 votes

Not Sure 0.93% - 55 votes

Total votes cast 5897

Source: http://www.wdn.com

AL GORE'S JUSTICE DEPT. SAYS SECOND AMENDMENT IS MEANINGLESS By NRA-Institute for Legislative Action Oct. 3, 2000
BUCHANAN THREATENS INJUNCTION IN RECOUNT By Jon Dougherty, WDN Staff Writer Nov. 15, 2000
JEWISH WORLD REVIEW
The list of books we would love to make our own by Robyn Blumner November 8, 2000
An illegitimate President? By Mona Charen November 10, 2000
Courting George Orwell By Ann Coulter October 23, 2000
Who cares about election fraud now? By Michelle Malkin November 10, 2000
What Do Women Really Want? By Betsy Hart November 7, 2000
Lesser of 2 evils? It's more like the lesser of 2 lies By Kathleen Parker November 7, 2000
My 1990 recount portends prolonged havoc for Bush By Debbie Schlussel November 9, 2000
What's right for America versus what works By Amity Shlaes November 7, 2000
My new entitlement By Walter Williams November 8, 2000
WORLD
BEYOND PEACE AND GOODWILL: THE REAL AGENDA OF THE UNITED NATIONS By Frederick Meekins October 17, 2000
A Middle East Legacy By Suzanne Fields November 9, 2000

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