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GRAVES ALERTS U.S. SUPREME COURT TO AIDS BRIEF

Washington, D.C.) Boyd E. Graves, J.D. today notified the Clerk of the United States Supreme that he will file the people's brief on April 11, 2001 on behalf of the 30 million innocent victims of the U.S. Special Virus program (1962-1978). The filing follows the Sixth Circuit's Election Day order ruling Graves' case and the origin of AIDS as "frivolous" November 7, 2000.

This is the one case the high court can not turn aside," declared Graves. "We will buttress our brief with the petitions in support of our efforts from common America."

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Statement on the Unborn Victims of Violence Act

By Ron Paul

Mr. PAUL. Mr. Speaker, while it is the independent duty of each branch of the Federal Government to act Constitutionally, Congress will likely continue to ignore not only its Constitutional limits but earlier criticisms from Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, as well.

US Supreme Court Lets Abortion Access Law Stand

Monday April 16

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Supreme Court rejected on Monday a constitutional challenge to a federal law aimed at stopping violent protests that have blocked access to abortion clinics.

Without any comment, the justices let stand a ruling by a US appeals court that upheld the constitutionality of the federal law, the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act.

The law, adopted by Congress in 1994, prohibited the blocking of access to clinics and the injuring or intimidation of abortion-seeking women or clinic staff.

Study Linking Abortion and Lower Crime Published

By Scott Hogenson

CNSNews.com Executive Editor
May 15, 2001

(CNSNews.com) - A controversial study linking a reduction in crime during the 1990s with legalized abortion two decades earlier has been published in one of the nation's foremost scholarly journals.

The study, entitled The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Crime, was published in the May 7 edition of the Quarterly Journal of Economics, which is edited by the Economics Department of Harvard University and calls itself "the oldest professional journal of economics in the English language."

Abortion Study Provokes Criticism and Silence

By Christine Hall

CNSNews.com Staff Writer

(CNSNews.com) - A study linking abortion to a drop in the national crime rate has prompted renewed criticism from pro-life advocates and silence from abortion rights proponents, who are reluctant to address the matter once again.

"I would say that we should not be thinking about policy implications from this study, because we should still be talking about whether this story is accurate," said Ed Szymkowiak, national director of the American Life League's "STOPP International."

"QUOTE OF THE DAY!"

"Most people prefer to believe their leaders are just and fair even in the face of evidence to the contrary, because once a citizen acknowledges that the government under which they live is lying and corrupt, the citizen has to choose what he or she will do about it. To take action in the face of a corrupt government entails risks of harm to life and loved ones. To choose to do nothing is to surrender one's self-image of standing for principles. Most people do not have the courage to face that choice.
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A TIMELINE SURROUNDING SEPTEMBER 11TH

FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR NATION AND HUMAN SURVIVAL WE MUST DEMAND INVESTIGATION OF 9/11! WHERE IS THE RULE OF LAW AS IT APPLIES TO THOSE IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS? THE MILITARY INDUSTRIAL INTELLIGENCE COMPLEX CANNOT BE ALLOWED TO PLACE ITSELF ABOVE THE LAW.

A TIMELINE SURROUNDING SEPTEMBER 11TH - IF CIA AND THE GOVERNMENT WEREN'T INVOLVED IN THE SEPTEMBER 11 ATTACKS WHAT WERE THEY DOING? [Expanded and Revised April 18, 2002] Bin Laden Met with the CIA in July and Walked Away by Michael C. Ruppert

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A Global Terror Group Primer

By Jim Garamone

American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, Feb. 14, 2002 -- When President Bush says the United States will bring terrorists to justice, he isn't just talking about Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda network.

Bush has said America will go after terrorist groups with worldwide reaches. The tools used will change with the circumstances, he has said. In some cases that may mean military action and, in others, economic starvation, diplomatic moves or law enforcement actions.

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