The Working Familes Party candidate for state Auditor, Rand Wilson submited 7,172 certified signatures earning a place on the November ballot. Additionally, a new Suffolk University poll shows Wilson with enough support to qualify Working Families as new political party in Massachusetts.
Organizers of the upcoming Connecticut Film Festival recently announced that they've tapped some of the Northeast's most acclaimed industry professionals as judges for the event. The debut of the Connecticut Film Festival will be held in multiple cities across the state October 3-8, 2006.
A new paper by the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) finds that half of all ballot boxes suffer from “adding up” errors, and the withholding of information by Mexico’s electoral authorities has undermined the credibility of election results.
There will be a screening of the documentary "Aristide and the Endless Revolution" this Friday, September 1 at 7pm at the Democracy Center at 45 Mt Auburn St, Harvard Sq, Cambridge. Suggested $3 donation Call 617 710 3526 or email RobAPSC (at) excite.com for more info.
The corporate media have focused on the outing of Plame but are ignoring the real story: why was the administration so focused and intent upon destroying Plame and her ambassador husband? The answer leads to a dark crime of lies and black ops aimed at promoting a pointless war in Iraq at all costs.