This so-called road map to peace that was delivered to the Palestinian and Israeli governments today is just a continuation of the unstated Bush regime policy of "no negotiations as long as there's violence which means no negotiations at all ever".
On May 1, a 500 person rally for immigrants' rights was held in front of Boston City Hall. One major concern was securing amnesty for all undocumented immigrants. The speakers emphasized that immigrants came here looking for a better life and contributed a great deal to the country. Since September 11, immigrants-especially those from Arab or Muslim countries-face greater persecution under the USA PATRIOT Act.
"Practically there is no legal way for workers in Switzerland to defend themselves against discrimination," said Galizia. "Someone who feels he or she is a victim of racial discrimination should be able to find help."
Free Market analysts claim that the the American Lung Association 2003 "State of the Air" report is designed to generate alarming headlines and encourage charitable donations, but not to provide the media and the public with accurate information on air pollution.
The Texaco mess did not result from "quotas" or "affirmative action" as such. The only law necessary to have brought about this legal race riot was the 1964 Civil Rights Act which enforces non-discrimination.
If you think the first Clinton regime was bad, if you think the Cheney regime is bad, how'd you like a global dictatorship with that wonderful UN - which has caused more "profitable" wars than any racket since the Rothschild Group took a low profile after the First World War?