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ALASKA
REPORT FROM JUNEAU: Week 16 by Senator Loren Leman; April 27, 2001
REPORT FROM JUNEAU: Week 17 by Senator Loren Leman; May 4, 2001
REPORT FROM JUNEAU: Regular Session Final by Senator Loren Leman; May 23, 2001
REPORT TO THE PEOPLE by Sen. Randy Phillips; May 9, 2001
A WIN FOR THE TOKLAT WOLVES OF DENALI! by The Alaska Wildlife Alliance; May 21, 2001
GLACIER PILOTS 2001 SUMMER BASEBALL SCHEDULE by Chuck Shelton, Gen. Mgr., & Dick Lobdell, Media Relations; May 21,2001
NOWHERE TO GO Homeless advocates call proposed ordinance slippery slope to criminalizing homelessness by Emily Creely; May 17, 2001
AMERICA

MAINE - A PACESETTER IN RIGHTS FOR DISABLED by Sandor M. Polster, Special to Stateline.org; Thursday, May 10, 2001

In a 5-4 ruling last February, the U.S. Supreme Court held that states are exempt from the Americans With Disabilities Act, a federal law that protects handicapped citizens from job discrimination. The ruling could adversely affect the disabled in many states, but not those who live in Maine. That state acted to guarantee rights for the disabled even before Congress tackled the issue. Read Sandor M. Polster's report from Augusta...

THE NEXT PHASE: SIGN UP by the Nader 2000 General Committee, Inc.; May 10, 2001

ECO-HYPOCRISY by Frederick Meekins; May 7, 2001

JANET RENO TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE UNDER RULE OF LAW - Subject to Judicial Watch Lawsuit Over Illegal Elian Raid by Judicial Watch; May 21, 2001
JUDICIAL WATCH FORCED TO FILE COMPLAINTS AGAINST NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL COMMITTEE Calls for NRSC to Cease and Desist Go Unheeded by Judicial Watch; May 21, 2001
CLINTON WHITE HOUSE CHINAGATE RINGLEADER DORIS MATSUI TO BE DEPOSED - Judicial Watch’s Chinagate Cases Continue On by Judicial Watch; May 7, 2001
ELIAN COMPLAINT TO BE AMENDED TO INCLUDE CHARGE FOR RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AGAINST HISPANICS - Miami INS Agent Comes Forward to Reveal Anti-Hispanic Prejudice in Illegal Elian Raid by Judicial Watch; April 23, 2001

ELECTORAL COLLEGE REFORM FALLS FLAT by Daniel Seligson, Staff Writer; Stateline.org; Wednesday, March 28, 2001

Doing away with the winner-take-all system of allotting Electoral College votes was among the reforms proposed on the op-ed pages of the nation's newspapers after last year's closely contested presidential election. But bills that would do that have been defeated in the first four state legislatures to consider them. Learn more...

A CHILL WIND HITS POLITICAL CORRECTNESS by WorldNetDaily.Com; May 21, 2001
WACO PRODUCER: WEAPONS PHOTOS FALSIFIED (Expert says pictures of tested guns misidentified, misrepresented to court) by Jon Dougherty; ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 21, 2001
OKC BOMBING FALLOUT (Plans to raid conspirators dropped ATF, FBI both had informants inside white-supremacist compound) by Jon Dougherty; ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 22, 2001
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INCOMPETENCE? by Joseph Farah ("Between the Lines") ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 21, 2001

TELL CONGRESS IF INTERNET PURCHASES SHOULD BE TAXED (Internet Poll) by Vote.Com; May 10,2001

Legislation has been introduced on Capitol Hill that could lead to consumers paying sales taxes on most of their online purchases. In October, the current ban on taxing goods purchased over the Internet will expire. Log on to www.vote.com to tell Congress and the president if the ban should be extended.

Is the moratorium necessary to encourage growth or is it unfair to "brick-and-mortar" businesses that must pay taxes? When you vote on this issue, your opinion will be e-mailed to your congressional representative, senators and President Bush.

Make your vote count, and ask your friends and family to vote too.

VOTE ALERT: GAS PRICES HIT ALL-TIME HIGH (Internet Poll) by Vote.Com; May 7, 2001

Gas prices have reached an all-time high and could hit $3 a gallon this summer. Log on to www.vote.com to tell Congress and President Bush if they should cut the 18.4 cents-a-gallon gas tax.

Is a cut in the gas tax necessary to protect the economy or would this just be a short-term fix to a long-term problem? When you vote on this issue, we'll e-mail your opinion to your congressional representative, senators and the president.

Please make your vote count, and ask your friends and family to vote too.

2nd AMENDMENT ADVOCATES WIN BIG by Mike Blair; Exclusive to "The Spotlight"; May 6, 2001
WORLD
NORTH KOREAN ATROCITIES IGNORED (Physician who spent months in nation tells of starvation, injustices) by Toby Westerman; ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 19, 2001
"FRONTLINE" MISSIONARY IN SUDAN'S WAR AGAINST CHRISTIANS (Peter Hammond on Metcalf show today) ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 22, 2001
GLOBAL LOAN SHARKS (How IMF, World Bank debase nations, steal wealth, undermine sovereignty) by WorldNetDaily Magazine; ©2001 WorldNetDaily.com; May 1, 2001
OF ELVES, ANGELS, AND DUELING THEOLOGIES by Frederick Meekins; April 23, 2001
WE FIRST RAISED CONCERN! - Bush Administration Decision to Not Sell Aegis Cruisers to Taiwan Creates Appearance of Secret Deal With Red Chinese by Judicial Watch; April 24, 2001
PROTESTERS "BEAT" WORLD BANK by Ben Fenton in Washington (London Telegraph & Page 1 News) May 21, 2001
FOR A CHUCKLE
FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES
Kids statements that are a little ... off track:
  • God bless America Thru the night with a light from a bulb!
  • 0 Susanna, 0 don't you cry for me, For I come from Alabama with a band-aid on my knee!
  • Give us this day our deli bread! Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Whole East Coast.
  • We shall come to Joyce's, bringing in the cheese.
  • Gladly, the consecrated, cross-eyed bear.
  • He carrots for you.
  • Yield Not to Penn Station.
  • Dust Around the Throne.
  • Praise God From whom all blessings flow, Praise Him all creatures, HERE WE GO
  • Olive, the other reindeer, used to laugh and call him names.
  • While shepherds washed their socks by night
  • He socked me and boxed me with His redeeming glove.

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