Liberty Activist Blog

Sunday, April 16, 2006

LAND: The week in review April 10-15
Liberty Action News Digest

Immigration protests in the news again, huge marches continue and activists start planning for a MayDay 'boycott' ... death row inmate challenges lethal injection as 'cruel and usual punishment' ... RAF doctor who refused to serve in Iraq because he believed the war to be illegal jailed for eight months ..... gay and lesbian parents hoping to take their families to the annual White House Easter Egg Roll start lining up Friday evening to make sure they get tickets for the Monday event.... AT&T asks judge to suppress spy evidence .... voters in NH urge the state to be the first to pull out of the National Identification System ....

In police state news, California officers cite 82 year old for crossing a street too slowly ... and to no one's surprise, Herr Bush among is among the annual 2006 Jefferson Muzzle award winners (given by a free-speech group to those it considers the most egregious First Amendment violators in the past year).

Commentaries this week on the immigration protests, National Extortion Day, the occupation and civil war in Iraq and the upcoming war in Iran, the apathy of the American public [Asleep in America, What's it gonna take?) a call for Hand counted paper ballots in 2008, and more!

In actions this week, sign the online petition Don't atack Iran.

Til next week

For freedom

Mary Lou

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