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» Wednesday, November 30, 2005

HR550 Voter Reform

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From Shakespeares Sister by the way of Blanton and Ashton comes a blogswarm in support of House Resolution 550.   - fc

Shakespeares Sister Currently, H.R. 550 has 159 co-sponsors in the House, 9 of whom are Republican, and has been strongly endorsed by the bipartisan Carter-Baker Commission on Federal Election Reform, but it has been sitting in the House Administration Committee since it was introduced in February. The Committee is chaired by Bob Ney, who is currently facing a major ethics scandal for his ties to lobbyist Jack Abramoff and evidently has no interest in fair elections, either.

"Anything of value should be auditable. Votes are valuable, and each voter should have the knowledge-and the confidence-that his or her vote was recorded and counted as intended. Passage of this bill (H.R. 550) will be a big step in restoring that confidence, which is the very foundation of our democratic republic."   - Rush Holt on The Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act of 2005 Sign The Letter

Voter Confidence Petition
in Support of H.R. 550

Dear Members of the House Administration Committee:

On February 2, 2005, the Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act (H.R. 550) was reintroduced to the U.S. House of Representatives. Its goal is simple: to set a national standard of security and independent auditability for our electoral process, and restore confidence in the outcomes of elections. H.R. 550 would require all voting systems to produce an actual paper record that voters themselves can inspect in the voting booth to check the accuracy of their votes, and that election officials can use to verify the accuracy of the vote count. Commonly referred to as a "voter-verified paper record," it is the most effective way to ensure an independent audit and provide voter-verified evidence as to the accuracy (or not) of election results.

The Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act (H.R. 550) will:
  • Mandate a voter-verified paper ballot for every vote cast in every federal election, nationwide; because the voter verified paper record is the only one verified by the voters themselves, rather than by the machines, it will serve as the vote of record in any case of inconsistency with electronic records;

  • Protect the accessibility requirements of the Help America Vote Act for voters with disabilities; Require random, unannounced, hand-count audits of actual election results in every state, and in each county, for every Federal election;

  • Prohibit the use of undisclosed software and wireless and concealed communications devices and internet connections in voting machines;

  • Provide Federal funding to pay for implementation of voter-verified paper balloting; and

  • Require full implementation by 2006

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Newsest Firefox & Opera Browser!
Get FirefoxToday is the first day of the final release Ver 1.5 of the's Firefox Browser.   I have been using it since Ver 0.40 Phoenix Browser, then to Firebird and finally to Firefox.   I also use Opera Browser Ver 8.5 and have just downloaded the 8.51 Version released last week.   Opera is my default browser with Firefox getting duty as a way to check the way the blog looks in other browsers.   For Internet Explorer diehards, Crazy Browser 1.05 is the way to go with tabs and popup killer.

Get Opera Browser I have seen literally thousands of Firefox and Thunderbird (Mozilla Email Client) buttons and stickers on the net lately.   All the addresses have been changed once again at   This will hopefully be corrected by a page redirection at Mozilla but for now, when you click on someone's Firefox button to download the new version, it will not work.   The links in this post reflect the new address and I will update my template so the sidebar button has the right one also.   Have a safe and speedy journey thru the web with a really good browser.   - fc
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» Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Women's Blogosphere

AnkI decided to create this spotlight post about Women of the Political Blogosphere.   I have been presenting this blogroll on my sidebar but due to a need to reduce page size, I am in the process of converting some of my different blogrolls into posts and logging them in my "Archived Post" menu.   As it stands now this list is just a sample of the effort women make in our 21st Century body politic.   If you would like to add to this list, just leave a comment or a message in the CBox.   - fc Ank

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2 With Spirit
a doll's house
A Family In Baghdad
After School Snack
A Kinky Woman's Guide To The Universe
A Writer's Tea Party
Alas, A Blog
Alice Marshall
All Facts and Opinions
The Anchoress
Ang's Wierd Ideas
are you there, god? it's me, maven
Arse Poetica
Artsy Fartsy
asi es mi vida
A Small Victory
Asymmetrical Info
The Atheist Mama
Baghdad Burning
Barbara's DailyBuzz
Because We Have Thumbs
Belle of the Brawl
Better Angels
The Big Brass Blog
Big Mama's Jopint
Binary Blonde
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Blog A-Boo
Blogging For Kicks
BlogGrrrlz Gallery *
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the blog of a quirky feminist
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The Broad View
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Consider The Boot
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I have just incorporated the links from the Democratic Daily "Women's Blogs" which almost doubled the number of links on this page.   Please visit their page to see newly added entries to their blogroll.   - fc
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» Sunday, November 27, 2005

NeoCon Update

Rove still under the Feds thumb!
NeoCon Crooks It's been kinda quiet since Fitz first indicted Libby.   Now comes news that not really new.   More testimony from people who have spoken about Rove before is being required.   It can help but give hope to those who would like to see Rove doing the FrogMarch.   I don't think I have to tell you exactly how I feel about it...   - fc

Rove FrogMarch
Associated Press
Second Reporter Asked to Testify on Leak
Nov 27 1:44 PM US/Eastern

A second Time magazine reporter has been asked to testify in the CIA leak case, this time about her discussions with Karl Rove's attorney, a sign that prosecutors are still exploring charges against the White House aide.

Viveca Novak, a reporter in Time's Washington bureau, is cooperating with Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, who is investigating the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity in 2003, the magazine reported in its Dec. 5 issue.

Novak specifically has been asked to testify under oath about conversations she had with Rove attorney Robert Luskin starting in May the magazine reported.

Novak, part of a team tracking the CIA case for Time, has written or contributed to articles quoting Luskin that characterized the nature of what was said between Rove and Matthew Cooper, the first Time reporter who testified in the case in July.

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» Saturday, November 26, 2005

White Phosphorus

Chemical Weapons by any name!
Turkey Petition
Much has been written about this subject.   I just want to document some of the more important commentary from in and around the blogs.   Think Progress, as usual has a very consise overview.   - fc

Exclusive: Classified Pentagon Document Described White Phosphorus As 'Chemical Weapon'

To downplay the political impact of revelations that U.S. forces used deadly white phosphorus rounds against Iraqi insurgents in Falluja last year, Pentagon officials have insisted that phosphorus munitions are legal since they aren't technically "chemical weapons."

The media have helped them. For instance, the New York Times ran a piece today on the phosphorus controversy. On at least three occasions, the Times emphasizes that the phosphorus rounds are "incendiary muntions" that have been "incorrectly called chemical weapons."

But the distinction is a minor one, and arguably political in nature. A formerly classified 1995 Pentagon intelligence document titled "Possible Use of Phosphorous Chemical" describes the use of white phosphorus by Saddam Hussein on Kurdish fighters:

White Phosphorus Roundup :: Juan Cole
What is white phosphorus? by Michael J.W. Stickings at the The Moderate Voice
Has the U.S. used chemical weapons in Iraq? by Michael J.W. Stickings at the The Reaction
Phosphorus in Fallujah by Michael J.W. Stickings at the The Reaction
New revelations of US military use of white phosphorus in Iraq :: uruknet
Pentagon: White Phosphorus is "Chemical Weapon" ::
US Army Admits Use of White Phosphorus as Weapon :: dkos
White Phosphorus, Continued by Hunter :: dkos

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» Friday, November 25, 2005

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Global Research

Center for Research on Globalization!
Got a link to Global Research from my friend Squishy over at Blog-A-Boo.   It was related to the newest Downing Street Memo.   There were so many good stories about current topics, I decided to link to a few of the better known ones.   I have found useful articles there before but had not been by there in a while.   It is a ton of good information.

Of special interest was ::

White Phosphorus   BBC and Fallujah: War Crimes and Media Lies

Secret Bases   Dark Armies, Secret Bases, and Rummy"

Bombing Al-Jazerra   Conversation between Blair and Bush in which the President suggested bombing Al Jazeera

Able Danger   Able Danger: Uncovering the 9/11 Cover-up

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» Thursday, November 24, 2005

'Mean Jean' Schmidt

Mean, hateful - the perfect NeoCon!
At a time of giving thanks it comes to my attention that one possible thing we can be thankful for is that we don't know 'Mean Jean' Schmidt.   Of course many of us do know a 'Mean Jean' and hopefully they are always in somebody else's family.   Schmidt is the Representative that narrowly beat Paul Hackett in Ohio Disctrict 02.   There have been many reactions from all over the country to her outburst calling Murtha a coward.   She would be a hit with mANN Coulter and Michele Malkin, spewing venom with the best of them.   These are just a few links and serve to remind us that we are glad we don't know anyone like this.

Booman Tribune

Wikipedia :: - SchmidtHead

Smirking Chimp   'Mean Jean' Goes to Washington, and Invites a Firestorm

Brad Blog   Schmidt's Marine Reserve Colonel Disavows 'Coward' Comment

Upper Arlington Progressive Action   Jean Schmidt Has to Withdraw Her Debate Comments   Hackett Calls Schmidt's Comments "Irresponsible"   Schmidt Releases Statement; Bubp Says He Was Misquoted (includes a poll)
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Bush = Baathist

Taken by The Dark Side!

World Opinion Roundup by Jefferson Morley at the Washington Post broke the story that the Brits had invoked the Secrecy Act to prevent the leaked memo from being published.   The leaked memo that stated that Bush wanted to bomb Al Jazerra TV in Qatar.     - fc
U.K.: Media Gag Order Over Leaked Memo

Britain's attorney general yesterday told the Daily Mirror and other newspapers not to publish further details from a top-secret memo that detailed a meeting between President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair in which Bush expressed a desire to bomb an Arab TV station.

The cover of yesterday's Daily Mirror.

According to the Mirror, "the five-page memo -- stamped 'Top Secret' -- records a threat by Bush to unleash 'military action' against the TV station [al-Jazeera], which America accuses of being a mouthpiece for anti-US sentiments."

The White House has dismissed the story as "unworthy of comment."

Aljazeera says it is "going through a due diligence process of verifying the details."

Continue Reading... at World Opinion Roundup
Juan Cole at Informed Comment has some interesting words about the situation.   Seems like Professor Cole is pulling fewer punches these days since the public has started to awaken from the con job of the NeoCon Dreams of world domination.   Why did it take so long and cost so many lives is the real question.   It seems that VietNam was such a distant memory for so many people that the lesson was forgotten.   Sad...
Bush as Press Assassin?
Baathist in a Mirror

The US military hit the Aljazeerah offices in Baghdad on the 9th of April, 2003, a year Bush's conversation with Blair.* That attack killed journalist Tarek Ayoub, who had a 3 year old daughter. He had said earlier, "We've told the Pentagon where all our offices are in Iraq and hung giant banners outside them saying `TV.''' Given what we now know about Bush's intentions, that may have been a mistake.

One of the misdeeds attributed to Syria or pro-Syrian forces is the attempt to assassinate the Lebanese journalist and fixture on LBC, the Lebanese satellite channel, May Shidyaq (Chidiac). If the British report is true, Bush really is just a Baathist in the mirror.

Continue Reading... at Juan Cole
The Booman Tribune has a timeline of the Bush Administration with respect to Al-Jazerra.   It is worth taking a look at too.   It provides more specific details of the interaction.   - fc

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» Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Republicans Suffer from Bush

Bush Support Overview!
From a DailyKOS Dairy :: Republicans Suffer from Bush.   Very informative information in this post.   Of special note is the 36 - 40 % states of which my home state of Ohio is one along with Florida and other Republican voting states in the Election of 2004.

As pointed out by "dreamin on empty", more and more people are declining to be identified as Republicans.
Survey USA
To me it means a lot of them have gone back to calling themselves 'Independants'.

This is a good thing for the country.

With more and more Republicans expressing disappointment in Bush, this can only be a good trend for the reality based community in returning America back to the Progressive Country we are capable of being.   - fc

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» Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Murtha is right Dems wrong

Were're ignoring the Generals Again!
AntiWar - Justin RaimondoI wanted to look at Digby's thoughts on the idea of the Democrats not needing to do anything in the reality that the Republicans are imploding on a regular basis nowdays.   I got sidetracked, thinking I had not read 'Behind the Headlines' in a while.   Digby's idea, which he has expressed over a period of time, is directly related to Justin Raimondo's take on what Murtha has said.

Murtha points out that the American People know it is time to get out and so do the Generals that were ignored before getting into this quagmire.   We have Democrats and even a few Republicans who are admitting it's time to own up to the fack that they were wrong and start talking about what to do that is right this time.   The important thing to focus on is dealing with the reality you have and not some NeoCon DreamWorld scheme.   The majority of the whole country (60% - 70%) can't be wrong.   That is what Democracy is all about.   The Wingnuts will just have to deal with it.

It is time for some more gentle nudges in the right direction and Murtha's bravery in admitting he was wrong is a good first step.   I heard over the weekend somewhere that the initial nudge in the War in VietNam was Walter Cronkite in 1968 admitting that the war was not going to get any better.   It was referenced to the Murtha positioning and that his actions may be a similar catalyst.   It was four years and thousands more casualties before the fall of Saigon.

We can only hope it does not take that long this time.   - fc

Murtha Is Right

The Democratic Party "leadership" is wrong

by Justin Raimondo

November 21, 2005
"The war in Iraq is not going as advertised. It is a flawed policy wrapped in illusion. The American public is way ahead of us. The United States and coalition troops have done all they can in Iraq, but it is time for a change in direction. Our military is suffering. The future of our country is at risk. We can not continue on the present course. It is evident that continued military action in Iraq is not in the best interest of the United States of America, the Iraqi people or the Persian Gulf Region." - Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.)
That's what this controversy is all about: the reemergence of opposition to the war from within the top echelons of the uniformed military, as well as the intelligence community and the Democratic Party. It was the generals, you'll remember, who opposed this war and pointed out our unpreparedness from the very beginning, starting with but not limited to Gen. Eric Shinseki, who was fired for saying we would need 200,000 troops for the occupation. Now that their predictions have come true, in spades, and our armed forces are being chewed up on the battlefields of Iraq, the uniformed wing of the Peace Party is returning for a second engagement (Military and intelligence officials call for withdrawal), and they're bringing out the big guns (Lt. Gen. Odom's Gives 9 Reasons for Withdrawal).

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