Volume 35, Issue 1
COUNTY'S NEWS MONTHLY - FREE PRESS
Beach Camping Ban
It's easy--if you have a drink in you hand, and are with more than two
people, you're arrested. If you have a joint, with two
people-same thing. But if they have tents too, then no big deal,
because you're not fighting. As a matter of fact, you're just
drinking beers, which is just what the legislators are doing just about
But the legislator's tents are packed away,
because if they camp, they're in Tonga-where the local animals oddly
left their food dishes a day or so-a couple days ago, their owners, the
not-from-Tonga contingent, wondering 'where kitty went.' Salty
checkbooks oddly colorful among the jetsom.
Meanwhile in Bolinas, a shot of Jameson's has caused a minor argument-a
lovely blond girl doesn't understand & swears she won't come
back. She and her boyfriend have traveled all the way from
Cincinnati & they've loved the earth for a few years now and are
thirsty in a cosmic way. Back on the beach, he stands with a beer
among four people, but realizes she's special, even though she's been
pain in the ass, goes swimming, not wanting to get arrested,
& drowns-the whole time, people are getting arrested for being
tented, but with beers.
Miller's Analysis on Fed The Best
Edward Miller's essay "The Federal Reserve and Wall Street" in the
October issue is the best, by far, of anything I've read about the
Federal Reserve and it's relation to Wall Street and the federal
government. No wonder I never understood the news reports. A murky
New Political Party-NRA
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don't ask for any membership dues, don't send you any material in the
mail, have no solicitation of funds, will never phone you, have no
meetings, and we ONLY ask you to NEVER RE-ELECT ANYONE.
PS: Remember A New Broom Sweeps Clean
Afghanistan Debacle On The Horizon?
President Obama is trying to decide our military strategy in
Afghanistan. He is mulling over input from his civilian and
military advisers, and members of Congress, but he cannot make a timely
decision because of his lack of military and national security
experience. His community organizing background is not very
helpful in this situation.
It appears he will
follow a path of political compromise similar to the policies that
handcuffed our military in Vietnam. Obama is attempting to stifle
his generals and turn them into Obama puppets, which will kill
initiative and inhibit candid assessments of the war. This is a
recipe for disaster in Afghanistan and could produce another war
dominated by unsound military decisions made by politicians.
Predator drones, air power, missiles and mechanized armies cannot
defeat the Taliban and al Qaida because of the extremely rugged terrain
that is home to these fighters.
McChrystal should receive the additional ground combat troops he
requested, including special operations forces; and we need to speed up
the training of the Afghan army.
We need a
decisive military strategy for Afghanistan, not the indecision
exhibited by the Obama Administration, which could lead to a
debacle. If Afghanistan goes, Pakistan could follow.
Donald A. Moskowitz
Nobel Peace Prize to President Barack Obama
God spoke through the Prophet Jeremiah in warning many centuries ago
'Peace, Peace! They say, though there is no peace.'
I find it appalling that President Barack Obama should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Obama supports institutionalized and systematic murder through
embryonic stem cell research and abortion. He supports
homosexuality, which thwarts the natural generation of life. Since
swearing in as President he has stockpiled his administration with
"culture of death" advocates - one of who is a registered communist. He
rigorously supports a winless war in Afghanistan, has taken over - in
dictatorial fashion - major American banks and the car industry, and is
trying to introduce socialized health care with death panels that
encourage euthanasia. Only recently he snubbed the Dalai Lama and
proclaimed that the U.S. is no longer a Christian nation.
In short, Obama has been installing a totalitarian form of government
in the United States and promoting it throughout the world. For this he
is given an award for peace.
Obama's winning the peace prize shows
these prizes are political, not governed by the principles of
credibility, values and morals.
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Should We Bear Arms?
At least people living in towns of the wild west had the good sense to
realize how deadly guns can be or the wild west would have been filled
with nothing but dead people. Our gun-slinging buddies today are not as
wise as they carry around concealed weapons and tote assault weapons to
presidential news conferences.
weapons anywhere but when hunting is absurd and indicates irrational
fears about becoming a victim of crime or that someone is going to take
their beloved guns away.
We will always be able
to bear arms in this country no matter what the paranoid schizophrenics
and NRA fear mongers say.
The question is where
should we bear arms? In Arizona bars, if Republican lawmakers have
their way in that state. On college campuses; after every shooting
incident you hear the call from gun advocates to arm all the students.
And the National Rifle Association's usual answer: Gun crimes will go
down if there are more guns in people's hands. How many times has this
Lead The World Forward In Clean Energy
We have an historic opportunity to unleash America's clean energy
future, put millions of Americans to work, reduce our dependence on
foreign oil, and solve the climate crisis.
The Senate is scheduled
to take up landmark climate and energy legislation soon. The House has
already passed a strong bill. We need the Senate to act.
The 21st century will be a clean energy century and the country that
seizes the opportunity for clean energy innovation will lead the world
The longer we wait, the more difficult and costly it will
be to reduce emissions and solve the climate crisis. A delay of just
two years would double the required emissions cuts per year to achieve
the same total emissions reductions by 2020.
Polls show that a clear majority of the American people support a cap
on America's global warming pollution and a transition to a clean
Ms. Norma J F Harrison
Headed In The Right Direction
Today President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize and Republicans are
angry. Last week America lost it's bid to get the 2016 Olympics and the
Republicans were cheering. Since Republicans have been doing everything
wrong and caused our current economic crisis and started the two wars
we are currently stuck with they are trying to redefine losing as
winning and winning as losing. It seems that the angrier the
Republicans are the more you know America is heading in the right
direction. Congratulations Mr. President!
I'm Marc Perkel - And I approved this message!
Time To Reassess-It's Not Working
It is said Afghanistan is where empires go to die and apparently it is
American's turn to join the others in the graveyard. The United States
seems to run into trouble every time it tries to save a country from
I don't want to appear
disrespectful about benevolent Uncle Sam, who is a nice guy but
penniless, and yet will give you money it doesn't have anyhow. He can't
afford it but will send troops to fight and defend countries that are
oftentimes skeptical of his intentions and wish he'd go home.
The U.S. is like a boy scout trying to help someone across the street
when they don't even want to go. Uncle Sam was never invited to
invade Vietnam and Iraq and save the people from perdition in the first
place. The administrations would fabricate an excuse to save
Vietnam from communism and the Iraqi people from Saddam Hussein.
Now, we are in Afghanistan on a crusade to eradicate the al-Qaida
terrorists from the mountainous terrain, a creditable pursuit but 8
years too late as it is now reported that the al-Qaida are slipping way
and hiding out in Pakistan.
There is something
wrong about our 8-year mission to date in avenging the deaths of those
in the Twin Tower tragedy. The terrorists chip away at our finest and
brightest killing 6 or 8 soldiers every other day with no end in sight
and no sign of ever achieving some victorious outcome from it all.
It is time to come home, regroup, and reassess where we should go from
here. But what we are doing now ain't workin'.
David A. Whelan
Choice Between Inuit And Polar Bear
There is no such thing as "sustainable hunting". Predators kill the
weak. Hunters deliberately target the strong, thereby weakening the
gene pool. For details, see http://home.pacbell.net/mjvande/sustain.
It is easy to favor preserving native cultures; most people do. It
is easy to favor preserving wildlife; most people do. What nobody
wants to talk about is what to do when those two priorities conflict
with each other, as in this case. The only choice that makes sense is
to protect the weaker party --in this case, the polar bear. Extinction
is forever, and polar bears cannot protect themselves from humans. The
Inuit, on the other hand, like all humans, can live almost anywhere. It
would be a shame for them to lose their culture, but there
is really no way to preserve it. It is fast becoming obsolete, due to
forces beyond our control. In a choice between saving the Inuit
culture, which may be 10,000 years old, versus saving the polar bear, a
species that is millions of years old, we MUST come down on the side of
the polar bear and other wildlife.
Mike Vandeman, Ph.D.
Vanishing Species: Frogs and Turtles
Frogs and turtles are in big trouble worldwide for a variety of
reasons. The State Fish & Game Commission is now considering a ban
on the importation and sale of live frogs and turtles for California's
many live animal food markets.
Every year some
two million American bullfrogs are imported into California for the
markets, along with several hundred thousand turtles. The frogs are
commercially raised in Taiwan. The turtles are all taken from the wild
in the eastern U.S., depleting local populations there.
None of these animals are native to California, and they cause
environmental havoc when released into local waters (a common, though
illegal practice). The exotics prey upon and displace our native
species. Worse, all are diseased and/or parasitized. It is illegal to
sell such products for human consumption, but the sales continue
Even more troubling, a 2009 study
published in BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION showed that 62% of the frogs
necropsied were infected with the notorious chytrid fungus, a prime
suspect in the extinctions of scores of amphibian species around the
Letters in support of the ban are urgently
needed. Please write: State Fish & Game Commission, 1416 9th
Street, Sacramento, CA 95814; email email@example.com.
ACTION FOR ANIMALS
Governor Doesn't Want To Protect State Parks
Governor Schwarzenegger just vetoed two landmark state park protection
bill-Senate Bill 679 by Senator Lois Wolk (D-Linden) and Senate Bill
372 by Senator Christine Kehoe (D-San Diego). These bills would have
protected California's state park system against development proposals
that threaten state parks, and ensure that efforts to use state parks
for non-park purposes result in no net loss of park lands for
Californians. The vetoes of SB 679 and SB 372 come on the heels of
$14.2 million in budget cuts to the state parks. These budget cuts
threaten to partially close parks and to significantly reduce
maintenance throughout the system.
singular moment, the Governor had an opportunity to give all
Californians a small glimmer of hope for state parks. It simply didn't
happen. In his veto message, the Governor has confirmed Californians
worst fears that our state parks are at great risk. In his veto message
on SB 679, he states:
Whether it is roads,
water and energy infrastructure, or areas necessary for the
installation of renewable energy facilities, maintaining the
flexibility of the current process is absolutely necessary as the state
continues to strive to meet its infrastructure needs for a growing
In 2007, an informal survey of
state parks found 122 such development threats in 73 state parks. Every
single one of these proposals, if built, would benefit private
developers, utilities, or other institutions and not state parks.
Parkland is not set aside as a land bank for development projects, no
matter how worthy.
We wish to remind the
Governor that the park system has been largely paid for with funds that
the public has specifically dedicated for that purpose. The cavalier
attitude with which the Governor treats this investment is frankly
shocking. When Californians of every walk of life voted to put their
hard earned income into bonds to support capital improvements and the
expansion of their state parks system they thought that policy leaders,
elected and appointed, would protect that investment in perpetuity.
Instead, that system is threatened by just the kind of projects that
the Governor refers to in his statement.
The Governor had an unprecedented opportunity to prevent our state park
system from becoming a path of least resistance for development and
other non-park uses. Instead he has encouraged those who would seek
these parks for potential development schemes. This is a chilling
message in the context of the state parks' budget cuts that the
Governor signed into law just a little over two months ago.
CA State Parks Foundation
What's To Hate About This One?
We've heard a lot about health care reform all summer long, from Sarah
Palin's "death panels" to Republicans ranting that the new health plan
is actually a secret code for killing granny. The president keeps
telling Americans over and over what is in the new proposed legislation
but it seems to go in one ear and out the other for most people.
For Republicans, Democrats and inattentive bystanders here is what is
being considered in the current health care plan: Keep the health care
you have if you so desire; continue to see the doctor of your choice;
the plan equitably shares costs and contains costs between the public,
large and small businesses, and government; enables small businesses
(under 50 employees) to afford to provide health care for its
employees; increases the quality of care for all Americans; reforms the
insurance market so that you never lose your coverage; keeps what works
in health care and repairs what's broken; forces private plans to be
more competitive on both price and quality; gives tax credits for
citizens at or below three times the federal poverty line, on a sliding
scale based on income and what you can afford; specifically prohibits
government funding of health care for illegal immigrants and for
abortion services; pays for, but does not mandate, voluntary
discussions with your doctor about what level of end-of-life care you
want (private insurance does not currently pay for these discussions);
makes it illegal for insurance companies to deny coverage based on
pre-existing conditions or to cancel coverage when you become ill or
injured; pays for preventive care, such as cancer screenings
(prevention is cheaper than treatment); increases communication and
cooperation between hospitals, clinics, and doctor's offices to reduce
overhead, contain costs and improve quality of care.
What's not to love about this plan? For conservatives it has fiscal
restraints, and denies illegal immigrants health care and bans
government-funded abortions. For Democrats it offers universal coverage
to almost everyone and brings health care up to date. So why are
Republicans, insurance and pharmaceutical companies and the Medical
monopoly fighting this new plan tooth and nails.
Absurd Article On Obama
Your shtick in the September issue front page OBAMA'S AMERICA IS NOT
DELIVERING THE GOODS is absurd. Ignorance of the people, their
susceptibility to media and hype, naivety, impatience, unrealistic
expectations - are the most serious problems the US confronts.
Obama inherited an enormous economic mess mess which required drastic,
risky measures. The comparisons your writer makes with Menachen
Begin, have no bearing and are largely irrelevant. Roosevelt
needed 10 years to straighten out the economy and it was WWII which
bailed him out.
Commemorate The 45,000 Who Die Because They Have No Healthcare
Every September, we solemnly commemorate the 3,000 victims of
9/11. How come we never commemorate the estimated 45,000 of our
fellow citizens who die every single year simply because they don't
have health insurance?
It should also be noted
that while the 3,000 deaths of our fellow citizens on 9/11 were caused
by a foreign power, the yearly 45,000 deaths of our fellow citizens
without health care are being caused by a power within our own country
- our corporate health care system.
be steadfast in demanding real health care reform - a system that
guarantees health care for all.
When Pres. Obama and his tame congressional flacks demand an immediate
vote on a bill of over 1,000 pages that NOBODY, not even the
legislators, have read, you can bet the farm there's a huge, stinking
mackerel wrapped in those 1,000 pages.
PEOPLE are denied the right to see what's in the bill before those
congressional clowns vote on it, then the Obamacrat majority has
clearly forsworn its oath of fealty to Constitution, duty and
constituents, slavishly cleaving only to their false messiah in his
Our only recourse, short of taking
arms against tyranny, as Colonial Americans did, is to expel as many as
possible from Congress in November's election. Otherwise the looming
catastrophe promised by Obamacare legislation will surely crash down
LTC, USA, Ret.
Union member, AFL/CIO
Dedicated taxpayer advocate
Huge Threat To Wildlife
Climate change poses an unprecedented threat to wildlife -- changing,
shrinking and destroying habitat, forcing wildlife to migrate or adapt,
or even threatening their very existence.
Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change warns that if we don't take
strong action to address global warming soon, 20-30%vof the world's
plant and animal species will be at increased risk of extinction by
Fortunately, there is something that can be done.
This summer, the House of Representatives passed legislation to both
reduce emissions of the greenhouse gases that are triggering climate
and take steps to safeguard natural resources and wildlife
threatened by the changes in climate already set in motion. Now the
Senate is moving on similar legislation recently introduced by Senators
However, reducing carbon
emissions is not enough. Any comprehensive climate and energy
legislation must dedicate 5% of the funding generated to safeguarding
fish and wildlife and the natural resources on which we all rely. Our
senators should know that their constituents expect nothing less.
Medical Care and Drug Testing
In a message dated 9/30/2009 8:41:15 A.M. Mountain Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
a lot of folks in this state, I have a job. I work, they pay me. I pay
my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit. In
order to get that paycheck, I am required to pass a random urine test
to show I am clear of drugs, with which I have no problem. What I do
have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don't
have to pass a urine test. So here is my Question.
Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check because I have to pass one to earn it for them?
Please understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on
their feet. I do, on the other hand, have a problem with helping
someone sitting on their rump --doing drugs, while I work. . . . Can
you imagine how much money the state would save if people had to pass a
urine test to get a public assistance check?
I guess we could title that program, 'Urine or You're Out'.
Why stop at welfare checks? Drug testing all students might require
schools to spend more Federal funds on security and medical tests than
educating them costs. That's a positive, isn't it, especially
considering the liberal agenda of the government's socialist secular
There would be all
those new jobs for last year's grads, a great entry-level pipeline to
the booming privatized security and forensic para-medical industries
being run by our Blackwater vets. The cost-saving compromise would be
to make full use of dogs, drug testing all those the dog signals on,
and also to test according to a broad range of profiles all those whose
appearance or behavior appear to result from or to approve of the use
of drugs. To be most effective, uncover abusively permissive parents by
issuing John Doe, Jr. warrants to search the homes of students who bust
the dog test. Considering that schools are used for poll sites,
drug test all who come to vote, thereby disenfranchising the dirty
Considering the extent that
drugs fund pro-terrorist thought in America, willingness to submit to a
drug test on demand should be a requirement for anyone to enter the
compound of a State educational facility, or to enter a Federal
building, or to book passage on a ship or airplane, or withdraw cash
from a bank. As "wars" go, the War On Drugs is still in the
candy-ass dewy-eyed pantywaist liberal stage, and the adoption of more
realistic and resolute tactics in its prosecution remains still only a
conservative's hope and dream. When you vote on this issue, just
remember that only regulation, surveillance, accountability, and
enforcement make security possible, and nothing is more important than
protecting the children.
CHUMPS!!! It is not the government that is demanding the tests to
make sure you are only using the drugs the pharmos sell. It is
your employer's insurance company. They know about 60,000,000 of
us use forbidden substances. If you present a claim for injury or
illness, and they can show you have the wrong molecule in your urine,
they can declare you were "in process of committing a crime" and "under
the influence of a controlled substance" when it happened. Therefore,
your policy is abrogated, and they pay you nothing. Creating a
security state is not for your protection, you fear-manipulated
sheep: it is to enable them to exploit you. Even good
shepherds do not keep flocks because they love sheep, but because they
know the price of mutton and wool. Your idea of freedom seems not
to extend beyond obedience, and it is a tragedy of lost America that
you are so eager to send the sheepdogs to punish all who will not stay
in line, in harness, in step, and informant.
War On Drugs is not the real thing, it is just a drill. It is a
drill, like line-dancing class, to teach you the steps, and how to
respond to the calls. Do-si-do, and
dont-see-dont. Drill, baby,
James Nathan Post
Tweakers In Bolinas
Hey- I read your newspaper. I love Bolinas. I live in Marin. I have
been visiting Bolinas for 15 years. I love Smiley's. But I hate how it
seems like there are more and more tweakers (meth-heads) in the town
every time I go there. The past couple of times we have gone there we
have been yelled at by incoherent and seemingly dangerous tweakers.
They seem to have little encampments on the beach. It sucks. I don't
mind the drunks- they add some character to the place. I like the
hippies, perhaps because I am one too. But the tweakers are ruining the
place. They are bad news. They are unpredictable. Is anyone doing
anything about it?
Medicare Is Like Public Option
What are the odds! 66 years old and never a knee injury. In May I broke
my right kneecap and recovered rather quickly thanks to Medicare and
the services offered. I, like tens of millions of other Americans,
contribute money out of each Social Security payment for Medicare. I
can say that my stay and care in the hospital and follow-up was
exceptional and efficient thanks in part to Medicare.
Then October 1, I was in a crosswalk and got hit by a car, got banged
up, and suffered a broken left knee. Medicare stepped in again and took
care of MRI's, doctors and the hospital stay, and I am already well on
my way to a speedy recovery,
much like a public option, single payer, and nationalized medical
program that President Obama and Democrats have been proposing and
those Republican obstructionists have been fighting against. I think
about the millions of other Americans that don't have the option of
Medicare and how I would have been up the proverbial creek without a
paddle without it.
The ongoing debate and
struggle over health care for all Americans is a human rights issue.
Why would anyone in America not want universal health care coverage
except in that they have been bambozzeled and mislead by Fox News and
the Republican Party.
Criminals Among Us?
There are several "Swords of Damocles" hanging above the heads of Bush
and Cheney that President Obama should be aware of. The president's
current policy "to go forward and not backward" appears to
suggest that when looking backward spells trouble, he would rather not
do so and simply go forward. Well, this policy can easily backfire on
There is a judge in the Spanish High Court by the name of
Baltazar Garzon who in March allowed a case to proceed against
six Bush administration officials over allegations that they gave legal
cover for torture at Guatanamo. The court has given itself jurisdiction
over any case worldwide under it's doctrine of universal justice. The
officials are: Alberto Gonzales, Douglas Feith, David Addington, John
Yoo, Jay S. Bybee and William Haynes. It is traditional for the
prosecution to grab underlings first in order to get them to talk
on why they did what they did, which leads up to their superiors.
Doctrine of Command Responsiblity dictates that commanders, all the way
up the "Command Chain", to the president are liable for war crimes if
they knowingly did nothing to stop them from being committed.
International Criminal Court or the International Court of Justice is
coming after American officials for war crimes, what is the position of
the Obama administration on the matter? Shouldn't the U.S.
government lead the charge in bringing these officials to justice-
rather than pretend ignorance over the matter?
This brings to the fore the U.S. Senate's Select Committee on
Intelligence Investigation into the Bush administration's torture
policy which according to Senator Seymour Whitehouse (D-RI) includes
looking into the role of the chain of command. There is also the
proposed Truth Commission that Senator Leahy is pushing with vigor but
not getting the necessary traction it requires from the White House.
is the very imminent possibility that some of these officials under
question may unwittingly visit countries that have governments that are
signatories to the International Criminal Court (ICC}. The ICC's
principal mission is to enact "Article Five of the Roman Statute
"Article Five grants jurisdiction over the four crimes considered "the
most serious crimes against the international community as a whole";
genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of
aggression. Should these governments learn of their presence in their
respective countries, they have the right to apprehend them and be
subjected to investigation.
Before any government
can do this, the US, government is duty bound to at least subject these
suspected criminals to some serious investigation so that they are
either cleared of the charges or vigorously prosecuted. Otherwise, we
are projecting to the whole world that we are knowingly harboring
criminals that are veritable fugitives, hiding from justice.
President Obama is indeed committed to change, he should make certain
that the American people are looked upon by the international community
as law abiding, God fearing and generous people rather than what these
free wheeling, arrogant war criminals are portraying us to be.
If President Obama is indeed committed to fairness and justice,
he should understand that we are speaking here of the people who were
in power when he offered his services to the American people to change
a decidedly wayward government. He was elected president precisely
because of his promise to change not only our government but the bad
name that the Bush administration has given the American people. That
change does not end by booting out the Bush gang but holding them
responsible for the crimes that they have committed. Otherwise, the
Obama government will in fact guarantee them protection and simply be
an extension to that tragedy.
Antonio R. Serna
White House Immersed In Pork Barrel
When President Obama was campaigning for President he made a solemn
pledge he would eliminate or reduce earmarks. He broke that
promise during the push to implement the new healthcare program.
The White House cut backroom deals with a number of senators to secure
their votes for the bill. Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska received
$100 million in federal funds for a rip off which exempted his state
from paying for new Medicaid patients. Senator Mary Landrieu of
Louisiana got a kickback of $300 million in extra federal spending for
The healthcare bill will add $1
trillion to the deficit over the next 10 years, and the Medicare system
will suffer cuts of $500 billion. Approximately 30 million people will
be added to the healthcare system. This will place a severe
strain on hospitals and doctors who will not be able to handle the huge
influx of new patients. The end result will be long waiting
periods and lower quality service for all.
A particular concern is the impact of the program on small businesses,
which will be forced to provide health insurance to their employees.
This program could force many small businesses to raise prices and/or
reduce costs (primarily labor costs), and some businesses will be
forced to close their doors. It should be noted small businesses
account for about 70% of the jobs in this country.
It is unfortunate the White House had to resort to pork barrel
chicanery to get a highly flawed healthcare bill passed.
Donald A. Moskowitz
What We Do And Conscience
We are at a most dangerous point in the history of the world today. We
have leaders of the United States government armed with nuclear
weapons, as Professor Chossudovsky said, treating them as if they were
conventional weapons and leaders who have now openly and publicly
repudiated the principles of law, of international law, that the United
States government applied to the Nazi leaders for the atrocities they
committed during the 2nd World War, and in the process of doing this,
these United States government officials have made Nazi arguments made
by the lawyers for the Nazi defendants at Nuremberg. What we as human
beings do about this situation is up to the conscience of every one of
us. Thank you.
Francis A. Boyle
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