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Study Looks at Agent Orange And Child Cancer

Thursday April 19, 2001 3:56 PM ET

By Sue Pleming

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - There may be a link between the dioxin-laced herbicide Agent Orange, sprayed widely in the Vietnam War, and a form of childhood leukemia found in veterans' children, said an official report released on Thursday.

FEDERAL RESERVE CREATES MONEY OUT OF THIN AIR

In the 1930's Marriner Eccles, then chairman of the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System, admitted to Congressman Wright Patman that: What that privately owned central bank used to buy three billion dollars worth of government bonds was the right, as he called it, to create credit money.

Yes, banks create money - ex nehil - out of nothing.

Congressman Usher L. Burdick confirmed this in an interview published in 1959 in which he said:

Free speech dying on local campuses

by Thomas M. Keane Jr.

Friday, March 23, 2001

When Brown University students last week tried to shut down the college newspaper because they didn't like what it was printing, their behavior seemed a bizarre aberration.

It wasn't. Rather, it was the logical consequence of a disturbing effort by colleges and universities around the country to police their students using so-called ``codes of conduct"" that are breathtaking in their reach and severity.

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Inspector General Finds Nuclear Agency Misled Congressman

Contact: James Riccio (202) 546-4996

Angela Bradbery (202) 588-7741

March 9, 2000

Inspector General Finds Nuclear Agency Misled Congressman

Nuclear Regulator Allowed Industry - Not Public - to Review Commission Policy Paper

U.S. war on drugs in Colombia is ravaging farmers and land

Monday, March 26, 2001

By Constance Garcia-Barrio

The United States has pledged $1.3 billion to help Colombia wipe out drugs. Congress approved the funds in 1999 to help halt cocaine production, or so it said. The government claims that its billion-dollar drug war will help keep cocaine off our streets.

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Researchers Fear Navy's Sonar May Harm Whales

By RACHEL X. WEISSMAN

April 10, 2001

Last spring Kenneth Balcomb, a marine mammalogist, woke to find an unsettling situation outside his Abaco Island home in the Bahamas: a 16-foot Cuvier's beaked whale weighing some two tons stranded in knee-deep water.

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