Wired recently ran a story on the Feds declaring wireless networks threats to national security. Now, a one-time Cold Warrior sends Richard Clarke a personal message about that determination. (REPRINT)
All's quiet on Wall Street, no one is going to the can (jail. Fines are minuscule compared to how much these would be embezzlers got away with. In Part One I discussed the meeting in Albany NY between the Securities and Exchange Commission, the New York attorney general, Mr. Eliot Spitzer and a host of Wall Street's better known investment bankers and lawyers. The meeting was being held to discuss the fines to be levied for giving investors misleading information.
Tre, if you are reading this, know that there are those who hold you in our hearts like the sky holds a bird, know that we will support you no matter what, know that we will protect you with our last breath.
American rooftops can be the Persian Gulf of solar energy. After Australia, no developed nation on Earth gets more annual sunlight than the United States. In addition, wind is now the fastest-growing energy source worldwide and one of the cheapest. But wind and solar power generate less than 2% of U.S. power. We can do better. We can increase auto fuel economy standards to 40 miles per gallon. The technology to achieve that goal exists now.
BALTIMORE - December 6 - Anti-war activist Phil Berrigan died December 6, 2002 at about 9:30 PM, at Jonah House, a community he co-founded in 1973, surrounded by family and friends, two months after being diagnosed with liver and kidney cancer.
''Our struggle was raging before anarchism was even a word, much less an ideology with newspapers and disciples. Our struggle is older than Bakunin or Kropotkin. .... Your intervention is not wanted nor are we a “project” for some high-minded North Americans to profit off. .... So long as North American anarchists hold and espouse colonialist belief systems they will forever find themselves without allies in the third world.''