Monthly Archives: October 2001

This Means Wha

14 September 2001 it must of been a mistake ferdinand hadley the poet in parenti’s ‘the politics of the adjectve “political”‘ has been hired to edit speeches of the president and cabinet every time a certain phrase appears she strikes … Continue reading

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Benighted States

23 August 2001 How can you not love the Benighted States of America? where a corporation, a non-person, is treated like a person and in fact is accorded more rights and receives more benefits than a real person, who is … Continue reading

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Stock Tips

19 September 2001 Let me get this straight: you lay us off, then you want us all out of patriotism to buy the damn stocks even you won’t touch. What money should we spend on these stocks, our tax refunds? … Continue reading

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Humanize This

September 13, 2001 The kamikaze plane blew off my shoes. The steel beams up the center all gave way. The shrapnel hit the cameraman below. “A few of us remembered Ninety-Three. We knew to take our purses as we fled.” … Continue reading

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Response / Responsibility

15 September 2001 CBS spins a retaliatory mood NPR weeps for our own I think of the families of murdered kids of the world I know we have reaped what we’ve sown All too soon sabers will shake bombs will … Continue reading

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Hale No, We Won’t Go!

“NO NAZIS, NO KKK, NO FASCIST USA!” chanted hundreds of protesters who stood outside the heavily guarded Champaign Public Library on September 9, on what would otherwise have been a quiet Sunday evening. But on this particular evening Matt Hale, … Continue reading

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Matt Hale, C-U, First Amendment All Intact Following Visit

Matt Hale’s visit to the Champaign Public Library on the evening of Sunday, September 9 caused a fair amount of controversy in the Champaign-Urbana community. The concern was not so much a fear that his ideologies would take root and … Continue reading

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Nuke Train On Hold

Recent press reports indicate that the nuclear waste train, scheduled to run through Champaign County on account of its low population density, has been postponed due to concerns over terrorist attack. The New York Times reported the morning of September … Continue reading

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Mega-dairy Approved; Opposition Continues

The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDA) has granted permission for a mega-dairy to be built in rural McLean County, although opponents are continuing to fight against it. The IDA is allowing the dairy, called the Stone Ridge Dairy, to be … Continue reading

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Afghani Women’s Movement Statement

The people of Afghanistan have nothing to do with Osama and his accomplices. On September 11, 2001 the world was stunned with the horrific terrorist attacks on the United States. RAWA stands with the rest of the world in expressing … Continue reading

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