Independent Green Chairman Gives Personal Endorsement to Daniel Imperato in 2008
West Palm Beach, FL - January 25, 2006 - In a major development, state party chairman of the Independent Greens of Virginia, Carey Campbell has given Daniel Imperato his personal official endorsement for his bid at the presidency in 2008.
“There is a tremendous opportunity for the thousands of t(Added: Wed Jan 25 2006)
Liberal Democrats announce Leadership Candidates debate in the East Midlands.
Nottingham – 25/01/2005. The Ashfield Liberal Democrats have announced that a Leadership Candidates debate will take place for the East Midlands region on Sunday 29th January 2006 in Kirby in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire.
The event will be attended by party leadership candidates Simon Hugh(Added: Tue Jan 24 2006)
Major Global Meeting On Environment To Be Held In The UAE
The organising committee of the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) 9th Special Session of the Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum 2006 and associated meetings met at the Police Officers Club to go over the final arrangements for the events to be held in Dubai, UAE from (Added: Mon Jan 23 2006)
Yes Minister – we agree!
In an interview with Andrew Marr on the television programme BBC Sunday AM televised today, the Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton MP in reply to a question relating to the cost to people in the private sector of paying the pensions of people in the public sector, stated:
“We've got to meet(Added: Mon Jan 23 2006)
‘Has-Been’ Hillary and ‘No-More’ Gore
West Palm Beach, FL – January 19, 2006 - After prominent democrats Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and former Vice President Al Gore (D-TN) used the pulpit for profit during their Martin Luther King Day addresses, ‘The Peoples President’ of 2008 ( www.thepeoplespresident2008.com ), Daniel Imperato st(Added: Thu Jan 19 2006)
Home Office Report on Prostitution Critique
Sexual Freedom Coalition Press Release
on the Home Office Report "A Coordinated Prostitution Strategy"
"We are not harmed by our work"
Jahnet Delight (London Sex Worker) tells the SFC
The Sexual Freedom Coalition congratulates the Home Office on its Report but suggests they have not gone f(Added: Thu Jan 19 2006)
Site of the Day: Technology making a Splash for the benefit of Children
With the Australian government expected to soon debate the recently proposed and ground-breaking Family Law reform amendments, organisations like Fathers4Equality have been gearing up their lobbying efforts in order to convince the government that children from separated families have a right to an (Added: Wed Jan 18 2006)
History of the Challenge Coin
Air warfare was a new phenomenon during World War I, when the army created flying squadrons and manned them with volunteer pilots from every walk of civilian life.
As the legend goes, one Ivy Leaguer, a wealthy lieutenant, ordered small, solid-bronze medallions (or coins) struck, which he then p(Added: Wed Jan 18 2006)
Cannabis Party Challenge Charles Clarke to be brave on cannabis policy
The Legalise Cannabis Alliance (LCA) a UK political party, calls upon the
Home Secretary Charles Clarke to "Be brave and take the bull by the horns"
over the cannabis issue.
Alun Buffry, the party's nominating officer who stood against Charles Clarke
in the 2001 General Election said: "Now tha(Added: Tue Jan 17 2006)
UCKG NEWS:DIVORCING COUPLES 'MUST HAVE COUNSELING'
January 09, 2006
NEW family relationship centres designed to keep couples out of the divorce court will also encourage families to stay together, Australian Federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock said today.
Couples with children planning to separate will be forced to attend counseling session(Added: Sun Jan 08 2006)
Echelon blog fast tracks legal latest for RTPI
An innovative commentary ‘blog’ keeping planners up-to-date with latest developments in town planning law is amongst latest enhancements at the Royal Town Planners’ Institute (RTPI) web site at www.planningmatters.co.uk
Updated every two weeks, the blog is one of a number of new features on the sit(Added: Fri Jan 06 2006)
Earth as a living planet and the Human Body
What does it mean to look at the Earth as one would the Human body?
It is said that the rain forests are the lungs of the world, oxygenating the air that is breathed by people.
The Human body is made of about 70% water and the planet's surface is covered with about the same area as water. The(Added: Fri Jan 06 2006)
Global Reforestation Initiative by AgroMicron
AgroMicron is helping the world by revitalization of damaged eco-systems as a result of excessive deforestation.
Thanks to specially acquired clone samples AgroMicron will now be able to completely regenerate an entire forest in some regions in seven to ten years. Which means the global deforest(Added: Fri Jan 06 2006)
New web site lifts the lid on Ken Livingstone’s antics
The Londoners against Livingstone blog and community site has launched with the aim of following the often-turbulent world of Ken Livingstone. Primarily anti-Ken, the site hopes to offer a place to read and comment on the Mayor’s antics, good or bad.
Since Ken is never out of the news, we are ho(Added: Thu Jan 05 2006)
Human Rights Activist Target of Criminal Act; Organized Crime Involved
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2005-DEC-27
(LOS ANGELES) -- A human rights activist who has worked tirelessly exposing and protesting the crimes and human rights abuses of the sinister Scientology corporation had her motorcycle towed by the city ostensibly at the behest of the manager of the restaurant wh(Added: Thu Dec 29 2005)
UCKG: "FEEL FORCE OF JESUS", URGES AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER
CANBERRA - AUSTRALIA / by Jason Frankel
PRIME Minister John Howard says Christianity remains the strongest positive force in the Australian community, and has urged the nation to follow the example of Jesus Christ.
Having called last week for shopping centres and schools to display nativity sc(Added: Tue Dec 27 2005)
Deer Hunting Concepts for Deer Management Tommorrow
Deer Hunters Beware of Conservation Extremist
There are a few basic concepts that you need to understand and they really aren't that complicated or hard to grasp. This article will deal with one of the concepts.
This concept can be applied to a deer herd as well as to the original concept of (Added: Wed Dec 21 2005)
Fear of Death May Factor Into Who We Vote For
When confronted with our mortality, we may vote for a candidate we would not normally choose.
Authors of a study published in the latest issue of Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy believe that voting behavior should be the result of rational choice based on an informed understanding of (Added: Wed Dec 21 2005)
Joined-up eGovernment remains out of reach
Newly updated research from APR Smartlogik has revealed that only one fifth of local authorities have fully implemented the mandatory e-government standards in time for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister’s (ODPM) deadline of the end of 2005.
This non-compliance means that the efficiencies of(Added: Mon Dec 19 2005)
"OPERATION G.I. JINGLE" - CONNECTING MILITARY FAMILIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE NORTH POLE, DECEMBER 19, 2005
This Christmas, there’s a new kind of care package going out to the U.S. Military. Although they can’t eat, wear, or stow its' contents in their mess kits, it’s a little reminder of home that our troops can take along with them wherever t(Added: Mon Dec 19 2005)
Divine Smile Reaches Australia
Jill Divine’s Mexican Wave Of Smiles has reached Australia. Jill received a phone call from Mike Welsh of 2CC News and Talk radio in Canberra on Sunday evening 18th December, and was asked to do a live interview to tell listeners about the Mexican Wave of Smiles and how they could help to spread it.(Added: Sun Dec 18 2005)
UCKG NEWS: PRIME MINISTER CALLS FOR JESUS
SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA / By Tony Vermeer
PRIME Minister John Howard has made a passionate defence of Christian Faith at Christmas and urged shopping centres to restore nativity scenes.
He said he had contempt for arguments that Christianity should be downplayed in case it offended people of other (Added: Sun Dec 18 2005)
The Green Card Rush Has Started
The U.S. Government has issued 65,000 green cards this year for the purpose of allowing people of foreign birth to live and work in the United States. But what is a green card? How does it work and what is the application process?
A green card is usually issued to people who are normally permanen(Added: Fri Dec 16 2005)
Hampshire Fire and Rescue expects more but recognises less from its RDS staff.
“Unprofessional and dirty” is how the HRFU has described Hampshire Fire and Rescues recent decision to cut the pay of its Retained Sub Officers who run almost 40 fire stations throughout Hampshire. In a move which has both insulted and demoralised its Retained Officers, Hampshire Fire and Rescue has(Added: Tue Dec 13 2005)