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 Diebold e-vote software under scrutiny. Flawed or fraud for bu$h?2 comments
category picture28 Nov 2003 @ 16:14
A Georgia group of citizens took the time to reevaluate the 2002 election held last November.

They found several disturbing things:
1. Voting machines was not certified. Under state and federal law, all voting machinery and component parts must be certified before use in an election.

2. Voting software was available on a public FTP, unencrypted and free to all to access.  More >

 Diebold e-voting situation. (Microvote.com, Florida 2000 revisited)2 comments
category picture25 Nov 2003 @ 00:05
Generally this is about the "supreme" e-voting being tampered with. In a recent election in Boone County, Indiana 5,300 used the e-voting, but the software reported 144,000. Of course right down the bu$h alley as the CEO of Diebold is republican and the software is scheduled to be used in the Presidential election 2004.

Spyware weekly nov. 18th ´03  More >

 Analysis of the bu$h tenet debacle4 comments
category picture16 Jul 2003 @ 03:26
In an article by From The Wilderness "Blood in the water" - Watergate II Micheal Rupperts combines various news sources in a very close scrutiny of the a behind the scenes look of the Bush administration and Tenet´s "confession". The news is lined up chronoligically with source.
Blood in the water - Watergate II

[link] July 15 2003  More >

 Iraq: Emergency Appeal to the U.N. from Moveon.org0 comments
category picture6 Mar 2003 @ 09:40
So far more than 550.000 people from more than 200 countries worldwide have signed this petition.  More >

 Danish PeaceWatch0 comments
picture4 Feb 2003 @ 16:17
Since october 19th 2001 a Peacewatch has formed a 7 days peacewatch in front of the Danish Parliament.  More >

 Allergy Cure to be unveiled - LA, Feb. 12th 033 comments
category picture29 Jan 2003 @ 06:40
at Los Angeles Learning Annex  More >

 Cultural divide in Denmark0 comments
category picture3 Feb 2002 @ 10:47
Today the conservative newspaper Berlingske Tidende puts spotlight on a issue with Muslim schools under a free school system using authorative pedagogics and hard line discipline to educate muslim school children.  More >

 Cost getting you down?1 comment
category picture25 Nov 2001 @ 18:01
Cost of living getting you down? Maybe you just need to use some imagination. Beatrice Muller, 82, figured out that she could live a life of romantic luxury sailing around the world as a full-time resident of the famous QE2 - for no more than the cost of a mundane nursing home.
Retired Widow Makes Permanent Home On Cruise Ship
Found at PositivePress.com
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 Parliament election Denmark november 20th0 comments
category picture25 Nov 2001 @ 17:48
Just last week Dansk Folkeparti (Danish Peoplesparty) was voted the 3rd largest party in Denmark  More >

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