Yesterday over a dozen events were organized around the world, in protest against the World's largest Gold Mining company - Toronto-based Barrick Gold.
You can watch a two minute video (on youtube) about the...
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A while ago, I wrote about the news in Germany, which seems pretty much "gleichgeschaltet" these days (like "leitmotiv", an intranslatable term expressing something like if media for some funny reason all write or broadcast the same story, opinionwise), and cloaked PR.
"The National Debt increased $2.46 billion per day since 2005!
The portion of the U.S. debt privately held by non-U.S. citizens has risen to 45%.
Foreign debt holdings have continued to increase in 2006 and 2007
The trade deficit is on track to set a record for a sixth...
No, it's not the plot of 24, but something I read this morning: The NNSA (National Nuclear Security Agency) can't find twenty of its computers; more than half of these machines were used to deal with sensitive info. You would be correct if you recall this sort of thing...
Have a read through these links. Blackwater is not necessarily a new topic or breaking news, but this is a pretty comprehensive expose on the private security company which is making headlines. No real surprise...
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"Homeland Security officials are testing a supersnoop computer system that sifts through personal information on U.S. citizens to detect possible terrorist attacks, prompting concerns from lawmakers who have...
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I thought long and hard before posting this. There will be those who
will say I made it up.
I have been advised three times now, by different people, that because
of what I am writing; I should pursue my right to carry a concealed
Well into the third millennium, deep...
According to the Tribune; the embattled APS Police Chief is also the
subject of a previously unreported lawsuit alleging retaliation.
It is not surprising.
Gil Lovato is the chief of a private police force that is neither
certified nor accredited by anyone other than the...
I’m sure they would like to know why he spent hundreds of thousands of
their tax dollars renovating a board room for him self, while Susie
Rayos Marmon ES is falling apart.
Unfortunately he is not in the habit of responding constituent’s
questions by telling the...
…paid for by taxpayers.
During my interview with the editors from the Tribune, I mentioned that
APS Leaders by and through their Modrall lawyers bought immunity from
accountability for felony criminal misconduct. I was asked; don’t
people do that all the time?
The APS ethics and accountability scandal has been brought to the
attention of Representative Heather Wilson. She wrote a letter to APS
Superintendent Elizabeth Everitt. The superintendent was asked to
respond to my allegations.
45 days were allowed for the APS...
It is moving away from power. Those at the bottom of the hill are held accountable.
Because that works out well for the powerful.
Were the situation reversed, power would move down to its intended purpose; retaining only enough power at each step to protect it from...
Albiquerque Public Schools has its own police department. I do not know how rare that is - but in this case, our Albuquerque public schools watcher Chedd McQuigg has been watching the APS very closely since he became a member. He has been consistently critical of issues of...
With the removal of the public forum from school board meetings, the
forum is no longer on the record; questions asked during the forum can
now be ignored with impunity.
Stakeholders can no longer expect answers to questions like:
• Why did the board unnecessarily renovate...