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STORY OF THE WEEK: The US Election (2)

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending Nov. 5
US Election 2004 - Pre-Election Comment


Malcolm Evans Cartoon

US Election: Election Morning Commentary - LOS ANGELES, Election Day, November 2, 2004 ( www.columnleft.com ) -- The Redskins lost, so there's lots of hope. It's too close to call, and way too easy to steal. Now it's all up to those brave Americans at the heart of our vibrant democracy -- ... See... Columnleft.Com: ''Tuesday Blues''
MORE:
- David Cobb - BTL: Green Party Candidate On Issues Majors Ignore
- Noam Chomsky - Views Iraq War and Election
- Daniel Patrick Welch - It's the Policies, Stupid
- Ivan Eland - Bush’s Prospects Get a Little Help from Overseas
- Kamala Sarup - A Nepali Perspective On Kerry v Bush

US Election: Irregularities - This morning, voters in the 55th and 5th Wards of Columbus’ near east side, majority African American and overwhelmingly Democratic areas, were waiting between two to three hours to cast their votes. See... Election Suppression In Franklin County, Ohio?
MORE ON THE STEALING OF AMERICA:
- Greg Palast - 1 Million Kerry Votes Already Stolen
- Bev Harris - Gap Found In King County Election Audit Logs
- Marc Ash - Honest Election

For Much More on this issue see Scoop's groundbreaking coverage of BLACK BOX VOTING



UQ Wire: Election Day Editorials - As writers and activists, we have been involved in 9/11 research and the truth movement since day one. Today we are urging New Yorkers to vote for Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb - and we are asking our allies in the rest of the country to suspend their gag reflex long enough to vote for John Kerry. See... UQ Wire: 9/11 Truth and the 2004 Election and

US Election Today: Hard News Is There! - It will come as no surprise that, like most of the rest of the world, I am saying a secular prayer that John Kerry wins the US Presidential election. But some readers might be surprised to know that what really turns my stomach about the Bush administration ... See... Public Address 02/11/04 - It's The Science, Stupid

US Election: WARNING!!! Alternative Futures Ahead - My Silicon Valley inventor friend -- the same innovator who had showed me his "B.S. Away!" truth spray -- was gently laughing as my jaw dropped. He had just informed me of his machine that could tap into the future. See... Three Faces of Election Eve: Choose Your Future
MORE ELECTION COMMENT:
- Malcolm Evans - Malcolm Evans Cartoon: US Elections & Halloween

For Much Much More Pre-Election Comment See... STORY OF THE WEEK: The US Election (1)

US Election Today: Bin Laden Joins The Fun - The new bin Laden tape (click for transcript) is by far the most interesting, and perhaps most important, of the numerous dicta released from that quarter. See... Sam Smith: The Bin Laden Tape and Aljazeera: Full transcript of bin Ladin's speech
MORE:
- John Chuckman: Osama's Endorsement
- William Rivers Pitt - UQ Wire: Osama's Election Editorial
- Michel Chossudovsky - Osama Bin Laden Supports Bush Re-election

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