11/28/06 = "The Charles Goyette Show" 1100 AM Phx Az
INTERVIEW: Elizabeth de la Vega, Bringing Bush to Court

Tomgram: Elizabeth de la Vega, Bringing Bush to Court

Keep in mind, I've run for only a few years, but I've been a book editor in mainstream publishing for over 30 years. Sometime last spring, I was on the phone with former federal prosecutor Elizabeth de la Vega talking about books she might someday write, when she suddenly said to me, "You know what I'd like to do?" When I asked what, she replied, "What I've done all my life."
 Tomgram: Elizabeth de la Vega, Bringing Bush to Court

Philosophy Of Liberty (Flash)

The Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights

Former Admin. Official Needs Only Three Words To Explain Manipulation of Intel: ‘The Vice President’


The Democratic Policy Committee held a hearing this afternoon to examine the manipulation of pre-war Iraq intelligence. Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC), who previously disavowed his vote for the war, attended the hearing and asked the panelists why a small number of individuals in the administration “had more influence…than the professionals.” Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, said he only needed three words.


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The War They Wanted, The Lies They Needed


Videos of Eyewitness Recollections of Collapses
Firemen recall "detonations" in South Tower


America's Heroes!
A fallen soldier who died for our country, on lies and an illegal war. And a mother who knows, her son's life was taken in vain by the Bush Administration. She has every right of a citizen to complain and/or have her questions answered!

What Does 2,000 Look Like?
That's a lot of Death! See For Yourself!

Listen to:

Frederick Bastiat's 
(1801 - 1850)

"The Law"
read by G Edward Griffin

(Transcript of 'The Law')


We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.....
The Constitution of the United States of America
The Magna Carta

George Herbert Walker Bush, father of President George W. Bush:

Bush spoke before Congress on Sept. 11, 1990, delivering a speech which he entitled "Toward a New World Order". Addressing the subject of his Gulf War, he made his first public utterance of his, and his rich cronies" plans for a world imperialism in stating that the war in Iraq was "...a rare opportunity to move toward an historic period of cooperation. Out of these troubled times...a new world order can emerge."  Audio:

download the .pdf file (free) 74 page book, by Maj. Bart R. Kessler 1997


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Leak-Gate Part 3: ‘more leaks, call the plumber'
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Peoples Investigative Committee
Peoples Open Televised Hearing

The Smoking Gun: The Downing Street Memo (Minutes),,2087-1593607,00.html

Downing Street Memos show U.S. push for war

The (8) Downing Street Memos

The secret Downing Street memo


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David Ray Griffin, Theologian
on C-Span 04-18-05 (9/11 Omissions & Distortions)
University of Wisconsin Madison

Mirrored from

George Galloway vs. The US Senate
movie clip & transcript

Bill Moyers' "The Secret Government"
Part 1
Part 2

PowerPoint Presentation/Movies
9/11 Attack on America Part 1
The Irregularities of 9/11


9/11 Attack on America Part 2
Omissions & Distortions
(David Ray Griffin)

The New World Order (NWO)
An Overview

New World Order News

Secrets of the Federal Reserve

It's Time to Circle The Wagons

We have no Country, if we have no vote.

On elections:
Article. II.


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Bush's Crimes

Since George W. Bush came to power, he has systematically flouted international agreements that the US had previously signed up to. While previous US administrations might not be able to claim much better records, it is clear that Bush is not even making an attempt to stick to these numerous treaties, laws and obligations.

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A Report on United States War Crimes Against Iraq to the Commission of Inquiry for the International War Crimes Tribunal

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Iraqis Abused by U.S. Personnel - Military Documents  

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Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War
Adopted on 12 August 1949 by the Diplomatic Conference for the Establishment of
International Conventions for the Protection of Victims of War, held in Geneva
from 21 April to 12 August, 1949
entry into force 21 October 1950

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Court date to be set for torture charges against Bush  

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"There ought to be limits to freedom"
-George W. Bush

Secret Patriot Act II to give Hitler's Powers to Bush

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Just 45 days after the September 11 attacks, with virtually no debate, Congress passed the USA PATRIOT Act. Many parts of this sweeping legislation take away checks on law enforcement and threaten the very rights and freedoms that we are struggling to protect. For example, without a warrant and without probable cause, the FBI now has the power to access your most private medical records, your library records, and your student records... and can prevent anyone from telling you it was done.

The Department of Justice is expected to introduce a sequel, dubbed PATRIOT II, that would further erode key freedoms and liberties of every American.

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HR 3162 USA PATRIOT Act as Passed by Congress

Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act (Oct. 25, 2001)

Patriot Act I - 342 pages Download PDF (637k)

Patriot Act I I - 120 pages Download PDF  

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How “Patriot Act 2” Would Further Erode the Basic Checks on Government Power That Keep America Safe and Free


Public Servants Going After "Constitutional Terrorists"?


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Library Research Guide: PATRIOT Act

The Impact of the USA PATRIOT Act on Free Expression
The USA PATRIOT Act contains more than 150 sections and amends over 15 federal statutes, including laws governing criminal procedure, computer fraud, foreign intelligence, wiretapping, and immigration. Particularly troubling to free speech and privacy advocates are four provisions: section 206, which permits the use of "roving wiretaps" and secret court orders to monitor electronic communications to investigate terrorists; sections 214 and 216, which extend telephone monitoring authority to include routing and addressing information for Internet traffic relevant to any criminal investigation; and, finally, section 215, which grants unprecedented authority to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement agencies to obtain search warrants for business, medical, educational, library, and bookstore records merely by claiming that the desired records may be related to an ongoing terrorism investigation or intelligence activities -- a very relaxed legal standard which does not require any actual proof or even reasonable suspicion of terrorist activity.1

Equally troubling, section 215 includes a "gag order" provision prohibiting any person or institution served with a search warrant from disclosing what has taken place. In conjunction with the passage of the USA PATRIOT Act, the U.S. Justice Department issued revised FBI guidelines in May 2002 that greatly increase the bureau's surveillance and data collection authority to access such information as an individual's Web surfing habits and search terms.2

These enhanced surveillance powers license law enforcement officials to peer into Americans' most private reading, research, and communications. Several of the Act's hastily passed provisions not only violate the privacy and confidentiality rights of those using public libraries and bookstores, but sweep aside constitutional checks and balances by authorizing intelligence agencies (which are within the executive branch of government) to gather information in situations that may be completely unconnected to a potential criminal proceeding (which is part of the judicial branch of government). The constitutional requirement of search warrants, to be issued by judges, is one such check on unbridled executive power. In addition to the dangers to democracy from such unbridled executive power, it is not clear that these enhanced investigative capabilities will make us safer, for under the new provisions, far more information is going to the same intelligence agencies that were failing to manage the ocean of information they collected prior to September 11.

We do not know how the USA PATRIOT Act and related measures have been applied in libraries, bookstores, and other venues because the gag order bars individuals from making that information public. The executive branch has refused to answer inquiries from members of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, and from civil liberties groups under the Freedom of Information Act, regarding the incidence of surveillance activities, except an admission of snooping in libraries by FBI agents.3

Officially, librarians are not allowed to comment on FBI visits to examine library users' Internet surfing and book-borrowing habits. Unofficially, though, some details have surfaced. Two nationwide surveys conducted at the University of Illinois after September 11 found that more than 200 out of 1,500 libraries surveyed had turned over information to law enforcement officials.4 A March 2003 article in the Hartford Courant revealed that librarians in Fairfield and Hartford, Connecticut, were visited by the FBI, but only one case involved a search warrant.5 And an FWWeekly article on April 17, 2003, cited a case in New Mexico where a former public defender was arrested by federal agents and interrogated for five hours after using a computer at a Santa Fe academic library, apparently as a result of a chat room statement that President Bush was out of control.6 It is unclear whether any of these incidents involved secret search warrants as authorized under section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act.

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George Walker Bush of Texas has taken the oath of office to become the 43rd President of the United States of America.

As required by the United States Constitution, Bush swore this oath:

"I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

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 New Medicare Law and How
It Defrauds the Elderly

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Do you believe George W. Bush favors Pharmaceutical Companies over the elderly?
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Cost of the War in Iraq
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The Debt To the Penny
Current                    Amount
       12/14/2006       $8,648,806,491,911.59

The National Debt has continued to increase an average of
$2.56 billion per day since September 30, 2004!

Cost of war
"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket
fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger
and are not fed, those who are cold and not clothed."
--Dwight D. Eisenhower  34th U.S. President

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Debt

Bureau of the United States Department of the Treasury
President's Management Agenda has prompted the acceleration of the MTS.

Bush Signs $417 Billion Appropriations Bill

Bush would seek $70 billion more for Iraq, Afghan wars

War tab swamps Bush’s estimate
Spending projection: $150 billion by 2005 

Bush asks $25 billion more for military
Republican leaders in Congress get request

Cost of war

         Jury Box 

Does George W. Bush have more interest in Iraq than in The American people?
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Recycling and Waste: Reduced spending pressures for local authorities in the waste area 2004-05

Reduced Hospital Spending

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The Mistaken Premise of No Child Left Behind
There is no doubt in my mind that the No Child Left Behind act, as it stands today, is a terrible piece of legislation. It mandates mathematically impossible levels of performance from schools, based on achievement tests which focus only on the 3 R's, and imposes draconian levels of punishment against public schools which fail to meet these goals.

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No Child Unrecruited
Should the military be given the names of every high school student in America?
By David Goodman
November/December 2002 Issue

Sharon Shea-Keneally, principal of Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington, Vermont, was shocked when she received a letter in May from military recruiters demanding a list of all her students, including names, addresses, and phone numbers. The school invites recruiters to participate in career days and job fairs, but like most school districts, it keeps student information strictly confidential. "We don't give out a list of names of our kids to anybody," says Shea-Keneally, "not to colleges, churches, employers -- nobody."

But when Shea-Keneally insisted on an explanation, she was in for an even bigger surprise: The recruiters cited the No Child Left Behind Act, President Bush's sweeping new education law passed earlier this year. There, buried deep within the law's 670 pages, is a provision requiring public secondary schools to provide military recruiters not only with access to facilities, but also with contact information for every student -- or face a cutoff of all federal aid.

List of CA School Districts Receivng Warning Letter from State Dept. Ed.
Guide for the Opt In alternative to No Child Left Behind Act w. resources & links

Law Professors Sue Defense Department on College Recruitment Practices (Boston Globe)

High Schools Pressured by Feds to
Overturn Family Protections from Military Recruiters

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