Archive for August, 2004 : Couple Live To Tell Of Surprise Lightning HitAugust 28th, 2004
For better or worse, he’s now “Joltin'” Joe Lusson.
Immaculate DeceptionAugust 28th, 2004
Actually, he’s picked up several crazy nicknames since he and his girlfriend were struck by lightning while hiking…
Some dirty little secrets followed Archbishop Raymond Burke from Wisconsin to St. Louis
‘Lethal Weapon’ Star ArrestedAugust 28th, 2004
Lethal Weapon star Danny Glover has been arrested outside the Sudan Embassy in Washington DC
Democracy Uprising, August 28, 2004August 28th, 2004
The Republican National Convention (RNC) meeting in New York for the first time in its 150 year history, from August 30 -September 2, 2004, will face hundreds of thousands of antiwar protesters, poor peoples’ groups, environmental and human rights groups, labor rights activists and other social and economic justice groups from all over the country, who are saying “No to the Bush Agenda.”
A quantum leap of faithAugust 28th, 2004
Beliefs in UFOs and ritual abuse are studied as new religious movements
Declassified truth is necessaryAugust 21st, 2004
Daniel Shore details FOIA documents of conversations between Nixon and Kissenger.
Real democracy is coming soon to a country near youAugust 21st, 2004
Journalist Bill Conroy documents his experiences on democracy movements in the Americas.
A Film About Brainwashing That BrainwashesAugust 19th, 2004
The Manchurian Candidate is now one of the top grossing movies in the United States… being conveyed through these subliminal messages usually is about dastardly acts by Palestinians, Saudi Arabia and any other Arab/Muslim bad guy that can be depicted.
Hungry world ‘must eat less meat’August 17th, 2004
World water supplies will not be enough for our descendants to eat the sort of diet the West eats now, experts say.
Fighting Hunger Key to the Fighting of TerrorismAugust 17th, 2004
The growth in demand for meat and dairy products is unsustainable.
..victory in the war on terror is likely to come not solely from military confrontation but from addressing the underlying causes of desperation and conflict. And the most fundamental of these is hunger.
Olympics’ digital security unprecedentedAugust 16th, 2004
If you’re going to the Olympics, you’d better be careful what you say and do in public.
Prozac in UK drinking waterAugust 15th, 2004
So many Britons are now taking the antidepressant pharmaceutical drug Prozac that it is showing up in the water supply.
Dupont Denies Poisoning Consumers with Teflon ProductsAugust 15th, 2004
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has filed a complaint against DuPont for withholding evidence revealing negative health and environmental impacts from a chemical used to produce Teflon.
Huntsville, Ala., to Use Biodiesel in City’s FleetAugust 13th, 2004
The city of Huntsville, Alabama has decided to try biodiesel with their fleet of trucks.
Cuddling new craze for New York’s singlesAugust 10th, 2004
Everyone needs to be cuddled, especially in lonely New York, say creators Reid Mihalko and Marcia Baczynski, who say it’s a good way to meet new and interesting people.
MN – USDA Announces $141 Mil. for Community InfrastructureAugust 7th, 2004
The USDA has announced it will provide $141 million in financial assistance towards infrastructure projects for Minnesota.