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More Snooping from the IRS?

By Daniel J. Mitchell

With April 15 just around the corner, anti-IRS sentiment is riding high among taxpayers stuck trying to decipher dozens of incomprehensible tax forms. But, some may ask, does the IRS deserve all this animosity?

Not always. In fact, politicians in Washington deserve much of the blame. They're the ones, after all, who enacted the complicated, loophole-ridden tax laws that the IRS must enforce.


Astonishing Denial of Transgenic Pollution

ISIS Report, 8 April 2002.

Top scientific journal Nature retracted a paper on transgenic pollution of Mexican landraces under pressure from pro-biotech scientists, but the authors stand by their conclusions, now firmed up by new data. Dr. Mae-Wan Ho exposes the real agenda behind the continuing attempt to confuse the public, and the significance of the scientific findings for biosafety.


by Thomas L. Friedman

The New York Times March 31, 2002

* * * The outcome of the war now under way between the Israelis and Palestinians is vital to the security of every American, and indeed, I believe, to all of civilization. Why? Quite simply because Palestinians are testing out a whole new form of warfare, using suicide bombers -- strapped with dynamite and dressed as Israelis -- to achieve their political aims. And it is working.


Media Critique #20 - Toddler 'Dies'


Reporting a murder in the passive form changes the meaning entirely. Someone at the Associated Press tried to pull a fast one.

COMMUNIQUE: 27, March 2001


Dear Friend,

Ten-month old Shalhevet Pass was in her mother's arms when she was shot and killed by a Palestinian sniper yesterday. Can there be a more abominable act than a sniper placing a baby's head in the crosshairs of his scope, squeezing the trigger, and reveling in a successful infanticide?


Explosive Revelation $$

The world’s biggest banks and multinational corporations have set up a shadowy system to secretly move trillions of dollars—a system that can be exploited by tax evaders, drug runners and even terrorists.

Ernest Backes exposed this dubious system and has launched a personal crusade for international oversight—earning him some high-powered and dangerous enemies.

Affluent Avoid Scrutiny on Taxes Even as I.R.S. Warns of Cheating

Sun Apr 7, 2002


The government looks for tax cheating by wage earners far more carefully than it looks for cheating by people whose money comes from their own businesses, investments, partnerships and trusts. This is true despite many warnings by federal tax officials that cheating is becoming far more common among affluent Americans.


Freedom Before Democracy

Hawaii Reporter - Freedom to Report Real News

By Stuart K. Hayashi,
April 5, 2002
Almost everyone believes that democracy equals freedom.

Not surprisingly, anti-capitalist activist Michael Moore often invokes democracy. “I’ve read the U.S. Constitution, and the word ‘shareholder’ doesn’t appear once in it,” he says. “It’s a Democracy." (Actually, the word “democracy” doesn’t appear in the Constitution either.)