Liberty Activist Blog

Sunday, May 07, 2006

LAND: The week in review April 30-May 6
Liberty Action News Digest

Top activist news this week, the May Day immigrant protests draw over a million to the streets ... while the much smaller anti-war protests (on 'Mission Accomplished Day') get little press. Several commentaries contrasting the two marches and movements, a horrid new anti-immigrant video game (Over the (border) line) and a new way to control 'rioters' ... slime them.

In other news, an 80 year old widow in Ohio continues to resist an eminent domain eviction, Rumsfeld heckled, challenged on Iraq, college students at Wellesley learn the reality of the police state as they are arrested for 'chalking' sidewalks, just released data reveals just how often the Patriot Act was used for illegal searches in 2005, University of Colorado drug thugs seek snitches, the Justice Dept. moves to quash privacy suit against AT&T, an Ohio Mall pulls plug on band with anti-Bush shirts, and in Montana, Governor to grant pardons for sedition .... during WWI.

Commentaries this week on the 'two marches', Granny Power, eminent domain, the sold out media, Bush's imperial presidency, Mission Accomplished Day, and a wonderful article about returning to 'community based agriculture' (No Bar Code).

Til next week

For freedom

Mary lou

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