Bostonians, and all other parties interested, the situation is dire in rural Massachusetts. Chapter 40B, a law that allows contractors and developers to challenge the sovereignty of a town through the mandate of the State, is destroying the environment, community, and history of rural Massachusetts.
"War Crimes Tribunal" or the U.S. will prevent Yugoslavia from receiving "much-needed aid" from an IMF Donors' Conference in June. The SPS says a Donors' Conference would in fact facilitate the rape of Yugoslav industry and the Belgrade authorities know it.
The Bush administration and the authorities in Belgrade both say that Yugoslavia must cooperate with NATO's Hague "War Crimes Tribunal" or the U.S. will prevent Yugoslavia from receiving "much-needed aid" from an IMF Donors' Conference in June. The SPS says a Donors' Conference would in fact facilitate the rape of Yugoslav industry and the Belgrade authorities know it.
Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Michael Marriotte, executive director of the Nuclear Information Resource Service, about the Bush plan to revive nuclear power, an industry that until recently appeared headed for a slow death.
The U.S. signed treaty in Stockholm to ban the 12 worst industrial pollutants. Worst of the 12 is DIOXIN, by-product of industry-developed Chlorine. Top friends of "president" Bush are Chlorine manufacturers & users (& insurers & investors). Question is: How will this powerful cartel make sure that the POPs Treaty is disappeared ASAP?
A weekly 30 minute review of stories and opinions in English recorded from a shortwave radio. Free to rebroadcast, please notify. Times and freqs for English-language broadcasts. Radio Netherlands, Germany, China, Russia, Cuba. 13.6MB mp3
Massachusetts Jobs with Justice sponsored a fundraising tour to support the “Charleston Five” -- South Carolina longshoremen who face felony charges for defending their union. The tour on May 29 and 30 featured Ken Riley, president of Longshoremen’s Local 1422.