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ALASKA
REPORT FROM JUNEAU: Special Session by Senator Loren Leman; June 13, 2001
I LIKE MIKE by FreedomWriter; Anchorage, Alaska; June 18, 2001
Alaska Gardening Guide, Vol 1
AMERICA

JUDICIAL WATCH SUPPORTS SENATE HEARINGS ON ENERGY by Judicial Watch; June 12, 2001

CONGRESS WATCH: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED TO PROTECT THE AMERICAN FLAG by Margo Turner; June 11, 2001

HISTORY BE DAMNED, LET'S NOT OFFEND ANYONE, RIGHT? From ThirdAge.Com, Vote & Vent (Internet Poll); June 8, 2001

The question was: Should the entertainment media be expected to present history accurately, regardless of whether the presentation might offend racial, ethnic or religious groups?

Yes (92%)
No (6%)
Unsure (1%)

THE OKC BOMBING COVER-UP A Series from WorldNetDaily.Com; June, 2001
WHITE HOUSE E-MAIL WHISTLEBLOWER BECOMES FIRST WOMAN ELECTED HEAD OF WHITE HOUSE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION by Judicial Watch; May 24, 2001

STATES OUT IN FRONT OF FEDS ON KEY ISSUES by Jennifer Mock, Staff Assistant; Stateline.org; May 23, 2001

POLICY INITIATIVES: When Oklahoma State Senator Angela Monson testified before Congress on March 15 on a proposed federal Patients' Bill of Rights, she threw her support behind legislation that has languished in Washington, D.C., Monson noted that the states "have taken the lead in providing needed regulation of managed care." Health care is but one of the areas where states are taking action in the absence of action at the federal level. To cite a few others, many states require employers to pay a higher minimum wage than federal law mandates, and many states have greater privacy safeguards. Read more...

SEVERAL NEW DEMOCRAT SENATE LEADERS HAVE SORDID PASTS by Judicial Watch; May 25, 2001

FEDERAL BUNGLERS OF INVESTIGATION From ThirdAge.Com (a recent internet vote); May 26, 2001

The question: Is it time to clean out the senior management of the FBI and get the agency back on track?

Yes (88%)
No (7%)
Unsure (4%)

MEDIA ADVISORY by Judicial Watch; May 29, 2001
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AGREES TO EXPEDITE JUDICIAL WATCH REQUEST FOR MCVEIGH DOCUMENTS by Judicial Watch; May 30, 2001
RECTOR SELECTOR by Frederick Meekins; May 31, 2001
ACTIVISTS CALL FOR GREATER FEDERAL ELECTION ROLE by Daniel Seligson, Staff Writer; Stateline.org; May 30, 2001

ELECTION REFORM: Civil and disability rights leaders want the federal government to take a more active role in elections, which would overturn a tradition of state and local control over voting. Testifying at a hearing of the National Commission on Federal Election Reform at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library last week, advocates of an expanded federal role in the electoral process evoked the name of LBJ and the Voting Rights Act he shepherded. Read more...

THE TIME IS NOW From Nader 2000 Campaign; June 4, 2001

JUDICIAL WATCH DESERVES AN APOLOGY - - ATTACKED BY CLINTON SPOKESMAN FOR SEEKING INVESTIGATION OF CLINTON STAFF VANDALISM by Judicial Watch; June 4, 2001

HORRIFYING - GOVERNMENT TORTURE (Extremely Disturbing!) by Jackie Patru; May 31, 2001
FLORIDA ELECTION PROBLEMS COLORBLIND by Judicial Watch; June 5, 2001
ALLOW SENATE DEMOCRATS TO BLOCK VOTES ON BUSH'S NOMINEES? From Vote.Com (recent internet poll) June 6, 2001

Allow Senate Democrats to block votes on Bush's nominees?

Day 4, 12:56 AM EST
Total Votes: 18,660

Percent
Votes
Yes
17%
3,155
No
83%
15,505
Shirts Unlimited
HAS THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BECOME TOO CONSERVATIVE? From Vote.Com (recent internet poll) June 6, 2001

Has the Republican Party become too conservative?

Day 2, 12:51 AM EST
Total Votes: 27,742

Percent
Votes
Yes
18%
4,995
No
82%
22,747
BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON INVOLVED IN MASSIVE ELECTION FINANCE FRAUD by Judicial Watch; June 12, 2001
"ONE NATION INDIVISIBLE": ENGLISH ONLY?
by ThirdAge.Com; From" Vote & Vent" (an internet poll)
June 17, 2001

Earlier this week, we asked: Should English be the official language of the United States, and should communications between the government and its citizens be required to be in English?

Yes (95%)
No (4%)
Unsure (0%)

ELECTION REPORT'S BIAS SEEN IN LEAKS by Steve Miller; The Washington Times; June 6, 2001
WASTE, FRAUD LINKED TO CLINTON by John Godfrey; The Washinton Times, June 6, 2001
AKA Stitches
WORLD
WRETCHED HIVE OF SCUM AND VILLAINY by Frederick Meekins; May 24, 2001
EXPLORE YOUR FAMILY HISTORY AT ELLIS ISLAND From American Family Immigration History Center

There has been a lot of talk on this site, so here's the link. If your relatives entered the US through Ellis Island, find record of their immigration for FREE!

MAINSTREAM MYOPIA - TORPOR OR JUST PLAIN INDIFFERENCE by Sartre; From BATR (BREAKING ALL THE RULES) June 2001

Have you ever talked to a conventional conformist about politics, you get the feeling that you are in a room all by yourself? Well, that sensation of being alone, might just be better than knowing that these yuppies are the people who are running the businesses and bureaucracies. A yuppie is not defined by age or geographic location. It is a mindset! The path to advancement in most institutions requires acceptance of the norms and values of that organization. To go along, to get along is the motto of these mild mannered practitioners of adherence to the details of procedure, policy and codes. They are the nuts and bolts that drive the machinery of commerce and government, on its course of protecting the status quo.

The plans differ; the planners are all alike . . .
- Frederic Bastiat

HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO VISIT CHINA? Would You Like Howard Phillips As Your Personal Guide? From WorldNetDaily.Com; June 1, 2001

Howard Phillips, the presidential candidate and president of the U.S. Taxpayers Alliance, is leading a fact-finding tour to China and Taiwan this August and has space for a few more people on the trip.

If you ever wanted to see China, and get expert insights from a defense and national security specialist, meet with key leaders and secure first-hand knowledge about what's really happening on the ground, this is a rare opportunity.

The trip is coming up fast -- August 17-28 -- so you must act now. For more information, click here or you can call 703-938-9626.

"MR. BASKETBALL SHOES" by Buddy Tabor; Alaskan Singer-Songwriter; From efolkmusic.com (RealPlayer audio file)
MY THOUSAND YARD STARE by Gary Jacobson (submitted by Bob Staranowicz, FREEDOMWRITER contributor & reader)

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