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Rising: A Satirical History, Parts
1-4 - Commentary
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 29
JUNE–18 JULY 2004
Horsey's satirical history continues as Dubbia the
Incoherent, embattled consul of Rome, fights to hold
Fortunately, he has cunning plans to deal
with both the threat of upstart Senator Kerriolanus and
the fallout from his ill-conceived war against the
Native Health Web Site - Indian Country Today - 18 JULY
The National Library of Medicine, a part of the
National Institutes of Health, announced a new Web site to
address the health concerns of the 4 million Americans who claim
American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry. The site,
"American Indian Health," is at http://americanindianhealth.nlm.nih.gov.
Because special populations have different health
needs, the Library has created several specialized sites, for
example, for Asian Americans, those living in the Arctic and far
north, senior citizens, and Spanish-speaking Americans....
Would Create Eco-terrorism List - AP - 26 FEB 2004
OLYMPIA -- Tucked into the Senate Republicans'
budget is $50,000 to create a database of people and
organizations believed to be involved in eco-terrorism.
Opponents say the proposal smacks of McCarthyism,
and they worry that overzealous list makers could label peaceful
activists as terrorists.
"Almost anybody could end up in this
database," said Sen. Karen Fraser, D-Olympia, who tried
unsuccessfully yesterday to delete the provision, which she
called "spooky" and "scary....
Issues Alert Against Almanac Carriers - Associated Press
- 30 DEC 2003
WASHINGTON - The FBI (news - web sites) is
warning police nationwide to be alert for people carrying
almanacs, cautioning that the popular reference books covering
everything from abbreviations to weather trends could be used
for terrorist planning....
Veterans, and Members of Their Families can now search for education scholarships that fit their particular needs at
Military.com. The improved Scholarship Search system contains over 1,000 scholarships worth millions of dollars, and includes details on individual scholarship eligibility, monetary amount, and deadlines. Use the new service today....
Releases Report On Indians, Civil Rights - Staff and
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has released
two reports saying the government fails to provide adequate
health care, law enforcement and education to American Indians,
and that civil rights of American Indians are not protected. It
is old news to Kevin Siva, a councilman for the impoverished Los
Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians near Warner
Among Native Americans - The American Diabetes
Approximately 105,000 Native
Americans and Alaska Natives, or 15.1% of the population,
receiving care from Indian Health Services (IHS), have diabetes.
At the regional level, diabetes prevalence is 5.3% among
Alaska Natives and 25.7% among Native Americans in the
southeastern United States. With its complications--heart
attack and stroke, blindness, kidney disease, and
amputations--diabetes is the fifth deadliest disease in the
United States, and it has no cure....
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