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2006 Alabama Statewide Judicial Elections - whose running for judge

2006 Alabama Elections Directory - whose running for governor, US house, state senate, state house, public services, etc.

"The Mother of All Mailing Lists" - May 10, 2004 - It's absolutely awesome, with email addresses for virtually everyone in the federal government, as well as US and foreign news contacts. This is something we can all use right now, because virtually everyone will want to write at least one letter, make one phone call or send one fax in response to our "call to arms". It's the PERFECT, God-given golden moment to make a real, solid impact on public knowledge regarding American prisons while they're all stirred up about abuse of POWs.  If we can't get America to treat prisoners with respect for their human rights because it's the right thing to do, we'll just have to EMBARRASS her into it. Whatever it takes.

ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCES -Listing of Forensic Labs and Practices in Alabama


ALABAMA COUNTIES - Clickable map of all counties in Alabama

FIND ASSEMBLY MEMBERS, USA - August 14, 2004 - Project Vote.  To find out how to contact your assembly members, visit this page.  This is the fastest, simplest way to get email and other addresses.

BARIUM BLUES - November 18, 2004 - Executive Orders.  Bonfire for  the Constitution.

MICHAEL BENOIT - RUNNING FOR CONGRESS - CALIFORNIA - June 23, 2004 - Hi Sherry. You should know the Libertarian have a sitting judge on the superior court running for US Senator in California.  He is linking up with a lot of folks especially those to amend three strikes law and the end to the drug war. Have you been to my site lately?  Mike

BILL TRACKER - Use the tools on this page to find out more information about key issues on Capitol Hill and to contact your elected representatives about them.

BOP Program Statements - 5000 Series - Inmate and Custodial Management Note: Large files are in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. If you are using an older browser, you must have the free Acrobat Reader, available from Adobe.com.

BUREAU OF JUSTICE STATISTICS - Annual Report: HIV in prisons, 2000


Commission on Ethics - Florida
I. History of Florida's Ethics Laws: Florida has been a leader among the states in establishing ethics standards for public officials and recognizing the  right of her people to protect the public trust against abuse. Our state constitution was revised in 1968 to require that a code of ethics for all state employees and non-judicial officers prohibiting conflict between public duty and private interests be prescribed by law.

Committee for Ethics in Government - February 5, 2003 - THE CALIFORNIA PRISON INDUSTRY?

Contact Senators by State

Contact Congresspeople state by state - To begin, here are four important people to address in the United States.

Contact the President and the White House

Contact the United Nations


Convention on the Rights of the Child - Adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 44/25 of 20 November 1989.  For the purposes of the present Convention, a child means every human being below the age of eighteen years unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier.   August 1, 2001 - Of course the 2 countries that have not ratified it are US and Somalia.  The US has signed proclaiming they will, but they have not.

Crime & Voting Stats - Patrick Crusade Member Anne Rose Pierce supplied us with these interesting Statistics on crime and incarceration rates among Western Nations.  Also included are what voting rights are allowed to felons and ex-felons in the United States (you may be surprised to find that some states allow inmates to vote!), and finally, the comparative dangers of various drugs.  Click on thumbnail image below for full sized image.

DECEMBER 2006 DECLASSIFICATION DEADLINE "AT RISK" - December 6, 2004 - A December 2006 deadline set by President Bush for the automatic declassification of most 25 year old classified documents may be missed by "a significant number of [executive branch] agencies," the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO) said last week in a special report to the President.

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCES NATIONWIDE - List of contact information by State

FIND ELECTED OFFICIALS - click here, find your state and see a list of your elected officials and how to contact them

Find your US Congressmen

Find Elected Officials
Find elected officials, including the president, members of Congress, governors, state legislators, local officials, and more.

George W. Bush's "Skeleton Closet."   It's amazing enough that he openly defends hypocrisy, but his own signals are very mixed. When allowed to imply that he is just another manly, hard-drinking rapscallion, Bush seizes the opportunity. "When I was young and irresponsible, I was really young and irresponsible," he often says. He even hints at pot smoking, as in the above quote, and why not? Everyone from his likely opponent Al Gore to Newt Gingrich has admitted smoking pot.  But Junior wants it both ways. When the deadly rumor of cocaine use surfaces, he retreats to his high-minded rhetoric about not giving mixed messages. If he thinks he can skate to the presidency without either his right-wing foes or embittered Clintonistas pushing his past into the limelight, then he really IS on drugs.

General Accounting Office Intelligence-related Reports - The General Accounting Office is the investigative arm of Congress. A database of GAO reports is available at GAO, and another searchable WAIS Database of GAO Reports and Testimony is available @ GPO Access.

John F Kennedy - Who killed JFK?  On June 4, 1963, a little known attempt was made to strip the Federal Reserve Bank (a private corporation) of its power to loan money to the government at interest. On that day President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order No. 11110 that returned to the U.S. government the power to issue currency, without going through the private corporation, called the Federal Reserve.

Judicial Coalition Blasts Senator Leahy On Bush Nominees
A pro-family coalition concerned about the federal judiciary held a press conference on Thursday in Washington, DC to protest Senator Patrick Leahy's stonewalling on President Bush's judicial nominees. TVC's Executive Director Andrea Lafferty was among those who expressed concern about Leahy. Only 12 Bush nominees have been confirmed this year with 48 still waiting for confirmation. At present there are more than one hundred vacancies. Leahy has consistently refused to schedule hearings on these nominees. According to Lafferty, by blocking Bush's appointees, Leahy and others are "obstructing justice and undermining our ability to effectively prosecute terrorists."
To learn more about what you can do about this go to the Free Congress
Judicial Selection Monitoring Project at: http://www.judicialselection.org.

COLIN POWELL BIOGRAPHY - November 21, 2004 - Secretary of State, Term of Appointment: 01/20/2001 to 11/16/2004.  Colin L. Powell was nominated by President Bush on December 16, 2000 as Secretary of State. After being unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate, he was sworn in as the 65th Secretary of State on January 20, 2001.  Known as President George Bush's good cop...(see News Articles section for the UK).

PUBLIC INFORMATION RESEARCH - If your search engine doesn't find it, you can go here. There is a fee and non-fee usage.


The Waco Holocaust - Waco Holocaust Electronic Museum

WEB LOBBYING - Find your cause and write to your government about it.