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Millions of missing Bush admin. e-mails found

Computer technicians have found 22 million missing White House e-mails from the administration of President George W. Bush, according to two groups that are settling lawsuits they filed over the failure by the Bush White House to install an electronic record keeping system.


CREW and Obama Administration Settle Lawsuit over Missing Bush White House Emails

Under the terms of the settlement, the Executive Office of the President (EOP) will restore a total of 94 days of missing emails, which will then be sent to NARA for preservation and eventual access under either the Presidential Records Act or the Federal Records Act. The dates for restoration were chosen based on email volume and external events because there simply was not enough money to restore all the missing emails. In addition, the EOP will continue to provide CREW and the NSA with records documenting the missing email problem, the response of the Bush White House to that problem, and the options the Bush White House considered for preserving electronic records, but inexplicably rejected.


Bush birth control policies helped fuel Africa's baby boom

Under President George W. Bush, the United States withdrew from its decades-long role as a global leader in supporting family planning, driven by a conservative ideology that favored abstinence and shied away from providing contraceptive devices in developing countries, even to married women.


WMD treaty violations and inspection refusal for biological, nuclear, chemical weapons. Iran? No, US

President Obama rejected inspection protocol for US biological weapons, in Orwellian contradiction to his statement to strengthen the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC). This comes after increased US investment in bio-weapons during the Bush Administration with multiple reports of secret and illegal programs.


Secret documents detail Monsanto's seed business domination amid antitrust fears

Confidential contracts detailing Monsanto Co.'s business practices reveal how the world's biggest seed developer is squeezing competitors, controlling smaller seed companies and protecting its dominance over the multibillion-dollar market for genetically altered crops, an Associated Press investigation has found.


Despite U.S. laws, thousands still virtual slaves in America

But an investigation by The Kansas City Star found that, in spite of all the rhetoric from the Bush and Obama administrations, the United States is to find and help tens of thousands of human trafficking victims in America.

The Star also found that the government is doing little to stop the flow of trafficking along the porous U.S.-Mexico border and that when victims are identified, many are denied assistance.The United States also has violated its own policies by deporting countless victims who should be offered sanctuary, but sometimes end up back in the hands of traffickers.


Happy Anniversary Amerika!

Today is the Ninth Anniversary of the Death of this Nation, and no doubt it shall go unnoticed just like this Anniversary did on the eight previous Anniversaries of this day.

What I'm talking about happened on December 12, 2000 when the US Supreme Court stopped the presidential vote-count and appointed Bush Junior to the office of president. That was a day that should have 'Lived in Infamy' but has instead been banished to the trash-heap of the history that was written by those that are still in stolen-power and denial.


Study Questions Use of Anthracyclines in Breast-Cancer Patients

Researchers presented new findings Saturday at a breast-cancer symposium here suggesting that the risks associated with anthracyclines, a class of chemotherapy drugs widely used to treat the disease, outweighed their benefits in some patients.

The findings renewed a debate over whether anthracyclines, which have been around since the 1960s, should remain the standard of care in treating breast cancer, or whether newer drugs should be used more frequently instead.


Canadian sci-fi author beaten, imprisoned at US border crossing

Canadian science-fiction author and Toronto native Dr. Peter Watts was reportedly beaten,pepper-sprayed and imprisoned at a US-Canada border crossing in Michigan.

Watts now faces a felony charge for “assaulting a federal officer,” with Watts and his passenger in the car saying that he's completely innocent. The real tragedy here is that Watts could be left in financial ruin from the cost of legal fees, yet he is determined to fight the charges.


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