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0301 am 'Get This' news
author: shrike
Summary of the KBOO am news for Wednesday, March 1st, 2006
1. The Oregon Dept. of Transportationmj has got its mileage fee non. Volunteers from the Portland area will take the program for a spin this week. The mileage fee pilot (ODOT's pun; not mine) idea is that instead of paying a gas tax, motorists pay a per mile fee at the pump.
2. The Sierra Institute released a report that praises Oregon's Ron Wyden and Larry Craig of Idaho for their landmark bipartisan "county payments" legislation. (Sad, isn't it that with so much serious business going on right now - the NSA spying, the call for impeachment, the USA Patriot Act, the Texas redistricting powderkeg - Wyden remains eerily silent.
3. The US Forest Service is on point to auction off timber from undeveloped, roadless areas. Kulongoski asked Bush to stop the auction. (Ted, why not just pass state legislation to put an end to the travesty?)
4. A lawsuit filed in Portland aims to shut down the NSA's illegal electronic surveillance. In Ashland a chapter of the al-Haramain Islamic Foundation (a now defunct Saudi Arabian charity) was indicted on some bogus trumped-up charges. So Bush's domestic spy program is the first place to look for the proverbial "smoking gun".
5. The House of Representatives will vote on Thursday on a 'National Food Uniformity' labeling law that will take away local government and states' power to require food safety labels... you know, the ones that tell wary shoppers that the stuff causes cancer, birth defects, allergic reactions and mercury poisoning,
6. The new Supreme Court is going to take a look at the Texas gerrymandering crimes that derailed Tom DeLay. Violation of voting rights, out of date census numbers, partisan voterknapping... .The fun begins today!
7. And it looks like the USA Patriot Act is going to pass - vitually unaltered - today in all likelihood. But even if it did not pass, this Administration with its tame Senate, congress and Supreme Court would do what ever it wanted. That's just the way it is now. And if you think this happened because it was too hard to stop it, you can't begin to imagine how hard it will be to undo the damage.
8. FSRN: The Los Angeles police department needs more money (But who doesn't?)
9. Nanoparticles want your body. (The government just wants your brain, That part of it which can be easily manipulated.
10. The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that federal extortion and racketeering laws cannot be used to ban demonstrations. Watch how this works. The law will be used to permit anti-choice hooligans to disrupt womens health clinics. Yet strangely, it will be superceded by anti-terrorist laws (see Patriot Act) when it comes to political demonstrations.
11. FSRN: Over 160n thousand Gulf Coast workers left jobless because of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are going to lose their unemployment benefits beginning March 4th unless Congress issues an extension.
12. Haiku Economics Time: Incomes tumble, stomachs rumble. Bush says 'everything is just great!'
13. Bush is off to Asia. In India he will be met by hundreds of thousands of angry demonstrators, many of the Muslim, some of the communist, all of them mad.
14. On his Way Out East, Bush stopped in Afghanistan, where Hamid Karzai thanked the Prez for 'ending tourism in Afghanistan'. Karzai meant terrorism, of course. And that would indeed have been true. Tourism is Afghanistan is pretty much trashed.
15. The State Department is wrapping up its questionable efforts at rebuilding Iraq. The $20 billion dollar program never was a real crowd-pleaser back in the UsofA - not enough explosions...
16. Polls show that troops in Iraq want the US out of Iraq. Surprised? Neither am I. Lots of other people want out too.
17. Seven peace activists were arrested yesterday in front of the white House in a civil disobedience protest against the war.
18. FSRN: Depleting water resources in and around Coca Cola plants in India are ticked-off at the enormous multinational money machine that is coke. The company sucks up all the good water and leaves locals drinking something water-like but smelly and dangerous (rather like Coca Cola... life is so ironic... )
19. And for that matter, all across the world, water wars are coming.

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