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U.S. Activists: Help Save America’s Arctic from an Oil Spill Disaster | World Wildlife Fund
May 21, 2010, 12:49 pm
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U.S. Activists: Help Save America’s Arctic from an Oil Spill Disaster | World Wildlife Fund.

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The Food Movement, Rising | The New York Review of Books
May 21, 2010, 12:45 pm
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The Food Movement, Rising | The New York Review of Books.



Stop Shell from deep sea drilling in the Arctic!
May 14, 2010, 9:43 pm
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http://action.wilderness.org/campaign/stoparcticdrilling/xbdixew2z7e63jnb?



One Former President Goes to Jail
May 10, 2010, 12:10 pm
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The growing global movement to indict and prosecute George W. Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld and others for war crimes continues to gain momentum.

Everyone who is working together on this should be aware of the tremendous progress we are having in assembling a truly worldwide movement.

Ramsey Clark is heading up a major international effort with hundreds of lawyers, legal scholars and human rights leaders from countries throughout the world who are committed to prosecuting and indicting Bush-era officials.

Bush and the other top officials are undoubtedly worried right now about going anywhere in the world. Everywhere they go, people are there to demand that they be prosecuted for war crimes and torture.

Karl Rove was repeatedly disrupted by angry protesters on his recent book tour. In Beverly Hills and Las Vegas, Rove was additionally humiliated when people tried to carry out a citizen’s arrest at his speaking engagement.

Twenty-three CIA agents, who were acting under orders from Bush and Cheney, were found guilty in abstentia in a major trial in Italy.

A U.S. Federal Judge put the fear of the devil in all of the Bush team when he allowed a lawsuit brought by a torture victim at Guantanamo to proceed against Donald Rumsfeld.

This global movement will not stop. The damage caused by Bush’s crimes is too great and too many people have been harmed. As they did with the Chilean dictator Pinochet, the people will struggle for accountability until justice has been achieved. 

Bush and company are well aware that they can be held accountable.

Just a few weeks ago, an Argentinian judge sentenced former Argentinian President Reynaldo Bignone to twenty-five years in prison for the kidnapping and torture of 56 people in a torture center.

This is precisely what Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld ordered. The CIA set up torture centers for people who the Pentagon or CIA kidnapped. And Guantanamo was determined by the United Nations to be a “torture center.”

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff of Colin Powell, testified before Congress that at least 108 prisoners died while in U.S. detention during the Bush era, many of them from torture.

It took an arduous, long-fought campaign to bring Pinochet and Reynaldo Bignone to justice. But it is of singular importance. If high officials can, with impunity, commit murders, launch illegal invasions, create a global system of kidnapping and torture, and secretly wiretap and spy on their own citizens, it sends a message to future officials that they too can stand above the law and commit any crime.

All of us at IndictBushNow will work tirelessly and as long as it takes to hold Bush and the other criminals accountable. We owe it to the people of the world and to our children.



Michael Pollan Not Surprised by Superweeds
May 10, 2010, 11:56 am
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http://roomfordebate.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/05/06/invasion-of-the-superweeds/



Jim Hightower on Populism
May 9, 2010, 11:59 am
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http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/04302010/watch2.html



Words on the Cob Workshop flier
May 1, 2010, 12:12 pm
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Women’s Natural Building Cob Workshop and Hands On Extravaganza!
JOIN Becky Bee for a fun week in the fall colors of the Arkansas Ozark wilderness!
Sept 19-25 Equinox and full moon

Seven freedom filled days, creating, sharing, hands-on learning and fun! Three unbelievably yummy, organic meals a day cooked for you, plus camping.

Registration limited to 17 women—so register soon!
$395-$495 sliding tax deductible donation (your choice)
Indoor accommodations and airport shuttle service available for extra fees.

Free Open House Day for Women Only
Thursday, Fall Equinox, September 23, 2010

CALLING ALL WOMEN interested in creating healthy healing homes and sacred spaces! Builders, designers and women in related fields; artists, musicians, net workers and activists concerned with the environment and affordable housing who would like to experience cob building.

CO-CREATE a beautiful outdoor cob design. Learn to make your own hand sculpted home. Spark new connections, friendships and work partners. Share your ideas, energy, skills, dreams and magic!

COME BE PART OF SACRED EARTH, straw, wood, and stone in the fall colors of the Boston Mountain Wilderness beside gorgeous swimming holes on Thomas Creek! Located 18 miles SW of Jasper, Newton County, Arkansas. (You can fly into Little Rock, NW Arkansas, Springfield MO, Harrison AR, or Tulsa (farthest, with 5 hour drive.)

EVERY WOMAN is a teacher. All women offer skills. Let us know what YOU want to share….. be bold.

Sponsored by: Rev. Dr. Jude Arnold of Thomas Creek Retreat and Becky Bee of Groundworks. Thomas Creek Retreat is a non-profit offering opportunities to study Mindfulness and Gratitude in a wilderness setting. Becky Bee is the author of the Cob Builders Handbook, You Can Hand-sculpt Your Own Home and world famous teacher of natural building techniques for women.

To register, please send $100 non-refundable to:
Thomas Creek Retreat, HC 72 Box 89, Parthenon, AR. 72666
When you register you will get a detailed registration letter explaining the workshop plans, travel and accommodation arrangements.

For more information about the workshop: Call Jude at 870-416-0757 or leave a toll free voice mail for a call back at 888- (TRI YOGA) 874-9642 – http://www.drjudearnold.com
Cob questions: email Becky at cobalot@hughes.net  – www. beckybee.net