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P R O G R E S S I V E C A L E N D A R 05.03.08 1. Cinco de Mayo 5.03 9am 2. Choice 5.03 9:30am 3. Workplace justice 5.03 10am 4. Homeless vets 5.03 10am 5. NWN4P Mtka 5.03 11am 6. Northtown vigil 5.03 2pm 7. Living green expo 5.03-04 8. Walk for animals 5.03 9. American boys 5.04 9:30am 10. Faithful fools 5.04 10:30am 11. Stillwater vigil 5.04 1pm 12. Mayday parade 5.04 1pm 13. Laos/war/film 5.04 5:15pm 14. Sprogs 5.04 6pm 15. KFAI Indian 5.04 7pm 16. Bible/GLBT/film 5.04 7pm 17. Michael Nolan - How crazy is Hillary? 18. Ralph Forbes - 151 congressmen profit from war 19. David Sirota - D.C. Dems back off health care promises 20. ed - bumper sticker --------1 of 20-------- From: PRO826 [at] aol.com Subject: Cinco de Mayo 5.03 9am Cinco de Mayo Celebration - Parade; low rider show; salsa contest; art. Friday on Wabasha St between Plato St and Cesar Chavez St; Saturday on Cesar Chavez St between Wabasha St and Anita St. Call 651.222.6347 for more information. Festivals (http://calendar.citypages.com/search/117284/) Sat., May 3, 9:00am-6:00pm --------2 of 20-------- From: Erin Parrish <erin [at] mnwomen.org> Subject: Choice 5.03 9:30am May 3: Midwest Health Center for Women. 3rd Annual Motherhood by Choice Brunch. Featuring author and physician, Dr. Susan Wicklund. 9:30-11:30 AM at the historic 317 on Rice Park Event Center in St. Paul. $35 & each additional ticket is only $25. More info. --------3 of 20-------- From: Erin Parrish <erin [at] mnwomen.org> Subject: Workplace justice 5.03 10am Saturday, May 3: Workplace Justice. Support/Networking Meeting. 10 AM-Noon. Minnesota Women's Building, St. Paul. 952/996-9291. --------4 of 20-------- From: Charles Underwood <charleyunderwood [at] hotmail.com> Subject: Homeless vets 5.03 10am Saturday, 5/3, 10 to 11:30 am, Homeless Vets for Peace meet at Peacehouse, 510 E Franklin, Mpls. Bob Heberle 612-789-9020. --------5 of 20-------- From: Carole Rydberg <carydberg [at] comcast.net> Subject: NWN4P Mtka 5.03 11am NWN4P-Minnetonka demonstration- Every Saturday, 11 AM to noon, at Hwy. 7 and 101. Park in the Target Greatland lot; meet near the fountain. We will walk along the public sidewalk. Signs available. --------6 of 20-------- From: Vanka485 [at] aol.com Subject: Northtown vigil 5.03 2pm Peace vigil at Northtown (Old Hwy 10 & University Av), every Saturday 2-3pm --------7 of 20-------- From: Charles Underwood <charleyunderwood [at] hotmail.com> Subject: Living green expo 5.03-04 5/3 and 5/4, Living Green Expo, State Fairgrounds, Grandstand Building, St Paul. http://livinggreenexpo.org -- From: iasa [at] mtn.org Come to the Living Green Expo Minnesota's biggest environmental event! Join us at The Living Green Expo, and learn about low-impact living an achieving long-term sustainability. Saturday & Sunday, May 3-4, 2007, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Minnesota State Fair Grounds, Grandstand Building Admission is free! Parking is free, secure bike storage is available, and the Expo is accessible by bus. Featured Presentation by Terry Gips - Sunday 11 a.m. - Noon Sustainability 101: Everything you always wanted to know<http://www.livinggreen.org/workshop.cfm?id=499559928> The Living Green Expo is a free annual event taking place at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds the weekend of May 3-4, 2008. The Expo provides information and products to help Minnesotans improve the environmental and social impacts of their day-to-day living. The Living Green Expo features more than 200 exhibitors of products, services, and information, along with 60 workshops on a variety of sustainability and green living topics. Expo attractions include music, food, demonstrations, and activities for youth and children. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency leads a collaboration of governmental, nonprofit and business organizations to produce the Living Green Expo. Visit www.livinggreen.org for full listing of Exhibitors Workshops and activities including Music, Food & cooking stage<http://www.livinggreen.org/food.cfm> For kids & family <http://www.livinggreen.org/kids.cfm>, Youth-focused workshops, Eco-fashion show Renewable Energy Demonstration Area, Alternative Vehicles Area, Community Food & Farm Festival FREE: Recycle household compact fluorescents --------8 of 20-------- From: Charlie Swope <mcswope [at] yahoo.com> Subject: Walk for animals 5.03 The Animal Humane Society will have its 34th annual "Walk for Animals" on May 3rd. The walk in St. Paul begins at the St. Paul Como Midway Pavilion/East Picnic Area, 1199 Midway Pkwy, Walk around Como Lake. The walk is approximately 3 miles. For more information about participating in this event, see http://www.animalhumanesociety.org/walk/schedule.asp --------9 of 20-------- From: Carole Rydberg <carydberg [at] comcast.net> Subject: American boys 5.04 9:30am Sunday May 4, 9:30 AM, Kevin Obsatz Kevin Obsatz, cinematographer, codirector, and editor of "Journeyman: American Boys at a Crossroad", will speak at the First Unitarian Society, 900 Mt. Curve, Minneapolis, on Sunday May 4, 9:30 AM. A preview segment of the one-hour documentary about rites of passage, mentoring, and male culture in America will also be shown at this Forum. Obsatz will speak about the film and the issues it raises about an emotional and social crisis evident in increasing academic failure and gang violence among American boys. Free and open to the public. --------10 of 20-------- From: Carole Rydberg <carydberg [at] COMCAST.NET> Subject: Faithful fools 5.04 10:30am The Rev. Dr. Kay Jorgensen, cofounder and president of The Faithful Fools Street Ministry, will speak on Sunday May 4, 10:30 AM, at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, 900 Mount Curve. The service will be led by the Faithful Fools who are based in San Francisco and have just completed ten years of ministry on the streets of the United States, Canada, and Nicaragua. Music will be presented by Will Agar and Mary Stoyke. The public is welcome. --------11 of 20-------- From: scot b <earthmannow [at] comcast.net> Subject: Stillwater vigil 5.04 1pm A weekly Vigil for Peace Every Sunday, at the Stillwater bridge from 1- 2 p.m. Come after Church or after brunch ! All are invited to join in song and witness to the human desire for peace in our world. Signs need to be positive. Sponsored by the St. Croix Valley Peacemakers. If you have a United Nations flag or a United States flag please bring it. Be sure to dress for the weather . For more information go to <http://www.stcroixvalleypeacemakers.com/>http://www.stcroixvalleypeacemakers.com/ For more information you could call 651 275 0247 or 651 999 - 9560 --------12 of 20-------- From: "wamm [at] mtn.org" <wamm [at] mtn.org> Subject: Mayday parade 5.04 1pm MayDay Parade and Festival: March with WAMM Sunday, May 4, 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. Powderhorn Park, 15th Avenue and 35th Street, Minneapolis. Join fellow members, volunteers, interns, and staff, and walk with WAMM in the annual MayDay Parade. Gather at Cedar Field, 18th Avenue and 25th Street, Minneapolis (look for the yellow WAMM signs) at Noon. The parade will begin at 1:00 p.m. and end approximately two hours later at Powderhorn Park, where a short ceremony will follow. Don't miss the WAMM information booth at Powderhorn Park. Sponsored by: In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre. FFI: Visit <www.hobt.org>. --------13 of 20-------- From: Charles Underwood <charleyunderwood [at] hotmail.com> Subject: Laos/war/film 5.04 5:15pm Saturday, 5/4, 5:15 pm, MSP Film Fest documentary "Witnesses to a Secret War" about the U.S. clandestine war in Laos through the eyes of CIA recruited Hmong soldiers who were later abandoned to flee to refugee camps in Thailand, Oak St Cinema, 309 Oak St SE, Mpls. http://www.mspfilmfest.org/2008/ --------14 of 20-------- From: Lydia Howell <lhowell [at] visi.com> Subject: Sprogs 5.04 6pm Network of Spiritual Progressives MN Announcements A great opportunity occurring this Sunday night. Nichola Torbett, Director of National Programs for NSP will be with us for a potluck, and informational session. Jackman Room at Plymouth Church, on Sunday May 4th, starting at 6pm. We will be breaking bread with Nichola, and then conversing with her about how to grow as a chapter, and what ways we can best support the national efforts of NSP here in Minnesota. This will be an open session, and we encourage everyone to come and share their thoughts, ideas, and spirit. Oh, and some food as well. The best way to create the most productive and effective chapter is to have wide-spread engagement by all of our members. --------15 of 20-------- From: Chris Spotted Eagle <chris [at] spottedeagle.org> Subject: KFAI Indian 5.04 7pm KFAI¹s Indian Uprising for May 4, 2008 from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. CDT #264 Statehood - now reaching one hundred and fifty years. "On May 11, 2008, Minnesota will reach its 150th anniversary as the 32nd state in the United States of America. Beginning in January 2008, the Sesquicentennial will be a year long, statewide commemoration and a catalyst, to learn from our past and connect all of us as Minnesotans in creating a thriving, innovative future." - 2007 Minnesota Sesquicentennial Commission. The public's knowledge about the Indigenous people of their homeland, Mini Sota Makoce (land where the waters reflect the skies), and their true history before and after Minnesota statehood proclamation and how it came to be, is abysmal. What about the gallows where the 38 Dakota men were hung in Mankato, Minnesota, on December 26, 1862, for defending their homeland? It was the largest mass hanging in the U.S. What about the Treaty of 1805? Most of St. Paul and Minneapolis are on this land. The land is Dakota land and was not compensated for. What about the 1,700 Dakota people, primarily women, children, and elders who were force-marched 150 miles from southwestern Minnesota to the concentration camp at Ft. Snelling in 1862-1863? Many were killed during the march and others died at the camps. "My grandmother was bayoneted in the stomach by a soldier on horseback. Then, hundreds more were killed in concentration camps during the cold Minnesota winter of 1862-63." - Chris Mato Nunpa (Dakota) "My grandfather spent his third birthday at the concentration camp at Fort Snelling, which ironically was only a few miles from his birthplace on Nicollet Island in the Mississippi River. My great grandfather, Mazaadidi, was one of the warriors condemned to hang at Mankato but was instead sent to prison." - Reuben Wambdi Kitto, Jr. (Dakota) Letter to the Editor excerpt, Mpls Star Tribune: "The decision of the Legislature whether to fund a project concerning Fort Snelling is a golden opportunity for Minnesota to take a leadership role in the nation in dealing with the legacy of the genocide of indigenous peoples in the Americas. We can renovate the fort or we can imagine something better. I propose that the state appropriate funds for the removal and reconstruction of Fort Snelling on more neutral ground and to turn the reconstructed site into the Minnesota Museum of Genocide. The original site would be turned into a state park in which the DNR and the Dakota communities of Minnesota, both federally recognized and non-federally recognized, would come to an agreement on the design and management." - Jeffrey Kolnick, Associate Professor of History, Southwest Minnesota State University and Augsburg College. See complete letter: http://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentary/15679667.html Guests are: Chris Mato Nunpa (Dakota), Ph.D., Associate Professor, Indigenous Nations & Dakota Studies (INDS), Southwest Minnesota State University James Anderson (Dakota), Cultural Liaison, Mdewakantunwan Dakota Community Center, Minnesota Waziyatawin Angela Wilson (Dakota), Ph.D., AAUW American Postdoctoral Fellow, former Associate Professor of Indigenous History, Department of History, Arizona State University; Editor, In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors: The Dakota Commemorative Marches of the 21st Century, Living Justice Press Indian Uprising a one-hour radio Public & Cultural Affairs program relevant to Native Indigenous people, broadcast each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. CDT over KFAI 90.3 FM Minneapolis and 106.7 FM St. Paul. Producer and host is volunteer Chris Spotted Eagle. To receive or stop getting announcements, message Chris to radio [at] spottedeagle.org For internet listening, visit www.kfai.org, click Play under ON AIR NOW or for listening later via their archives, click PROGRAMS & SCHEDULE > Indian Uprising > STREAM. Programs are archived only for two weeks. --------16 of 20-------- From: Ncorliss41 [at] aol.com Subject: Bible/GLBT/film 5.04 7pm May 4, 2008, 7PM Showing of the film "For the Bible Tells Me So" ( www.FortheBibleTellsMeSo.org), a documentary by Daniel Karslake about 5 families( one from Minnesota) who find themselves in the middle of conflict with their churches when their children come out to them as gay or lesbian. Discussion following. Minnesota Valley Unitarian/Universalist Fellowship 10715 Zenith Ave. South, Bloomington For information call Nan at 952-835-6832 --------17 of 20-------- How Crazy is Hillary? Who Gets Totally Obliterated, Iran Or the US? by Michael Nolan May 1st, 2008 Dissident Voice Norman Podhoretz, an impassioned cheerleader for war with Iran, reached heights of apocalyptic sang-froid scaled only by the criminally insane when he predicted the following scenario, in the event of a US attack on Iran: "It [Iran] would attack Israel with missiles armed with non-nuclear warheads but possibly containing biological or chemical weapons. There would be a vast increase in the price of oil, with catastrophic consequences for every economy in the world, very much including our own. The worldwide outcry against the inevitable civilian casualties would make the anti-Americanism of today look like a love-fest". But Hillary Clinton isn't frightened, even as commentators from all over the political spectrum issue similar dire warnings. She told an ABC interviewer, "In the next 10 years, during which they [the Iranians] might foolishly consider launching an attack on Israel, we would be able to totally obliterate them". The threat (which the Boston Globe called "foolish and dangerous" and the Saudi-based Arab News called the "foreign politics of the madhouse") puts her in lockstep agreement with President Bush, who has pledged to "defend Israel, no ifs, ands, or buts". Mrs. Clinton is so desperate to play the tough guy card that she's had herself photographed throwing shots and beers back with the boys. Now, with her nuclear threat, she proves that she'll say anything, do anything in order to win what Ken Silverstein of Harper's calls "the frenzied bidding war to be the most 'pro-Israel'". There's no indication, as yet, that she's ready to explain the monstrous consequences of a war with Iran to the American people. William Lind, writing from the Center for Cultural Conservatism, fears the slaughter of US troops in Iraq, if we bomb Iran. Iranian regulars and Iraqi militias, grossly outnumbering US forces, could cut off US supply lines from Kuwait. "[W]e could lose the army now deployed in Iraq," said Lind in an Antiwar.com piece. If that happens, "American power and prestige would never recover". Consequences at home could be as ugly as those abroad. An attack on Iran would be an invitation to a retaliatory terrorist attack on American turf, and, as Pentagon Papers author Daniel Ellsberg has pointed out, "if there's another 9/11 or a major war in the Middle-East involving a U.S. attack on Iran there will be, the day after or within days an equivalent of a Reichstag fire decree that will involve massive detentions in this country, detention camps for middle-easterners and their sympathizers, critics of the President's policy and essentially the wiping-out of the Bill of Rights". Should the US risk existential defeat for Israel? Clinton adviser Ann Lewis seems to think so. Lewis, President Clinton's Director of Communications in the late nineties, is now an active member of Hillary's campaign staff, and, in the event of a Clinton win, likely to follow her, in some capacity, back into the White House. Making Mrs. Clinton's case for president at a United Jewish Communities debate in Washington, she recently made the astounding pronouncement that "[t]he role of the president of the United States is to support the decisions that are made by the people of Israel. It is not up to us to pick and choose from among the political parties". And what are these "decisions that are made by the Israeli people?" A survey by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz found "fully 71 percent of Israelis believe that the United States should launch a military attack on Iran if diplomatic efforts fail to halt Tehran's nuclear program, according to a new poll". But Mrs. Lewis is not on record as to what responsibility, if any, Israel has here? Despite a decades-long propaganda campaign that paints Israel as an island of stability in an otherwise unstable corner of the world, this sixty year old state, without geographical borders or a constitution, doesn't seem able or willing to enforce its own laws. Benjamin Netanyahu pledged recently that, in the event of his election to Prime Minister of Israel, he will disregard any peace deal made between current Prime Minister Olmert and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. So Israel would be selective in its choice of treaties to honor, but the US, as pledged by President George Bush and potential president Hillary Clinton, would go to war for Israel without reservation or qualification. The moderate voice of President Abbas identifies Israel's illegal settlement activity in the West Bank and East Jerusalem as "the most important obstacle to the peace process". Yet Israel has broadened its settlement construction so expansively (even as an ever-groveling US State Department "warns" against it) that, according to the Israeli group Peace Now "almost nothing is left of the [Annapolis peace conference] promise that Israel would freeze construction in the settlements". Why should America risk everything for a so-called ally who cares so little for a genuine peace process? No matter how many illegal settlements rise, no matter how cruel the collective punishment of innocents in Gaza, no matter how many broken promises on the "road map to peace," and - most frighteningly - no matter how deadly the consequences to the US, Clinton would write Israel a blank check. Pat Buchanan, that severe old lion of the Paleo Right, writes in a recent column, "In early 2007, Nancy Pelosi pulled down a resolution that would have denied Bush the authority to attack Iran without congressional approval". The Jewish Telegraph Agency, in a March 2007 piece, referred to the destruction of that same resolution: "It did not help AIPAC's case for bipartisanship [at its annual convention] that the lobby this week successfully pressed for the removal of a provision in an Iraq war funding bill that would have required the president to get congressional approval for war against Iran". In the same JTA piece, Representative Gary Ackerman brags, "you should get them [the Iranians] to know that maybe we're as crazy as they think we are". Now Hillary Clinton has shown the world just how crazy she is. Michael Nolan is a freelance writer. His work has appeared in Antiwar.com, Common Dreams, Dissident Voice, Lew Rockwell.com, and the Vermont Guardian. He can be reached at: nolanmj [at] msn.com. Read other articles by Michael. This article was posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2008 at 5:15 am and is filed under Elections, Iran, Israel/Palestine, Military/Militarism. Send to a friend. --------18 of 20-------- Tuesday, 29 April 2008 151 Congressmen Profit From War by Ralph Forbes American Free Press http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/151_congressmen_derive_financi.html Who profits from the Iraq war? More than a quarter of senators and congressmen have invested at least $196 million of their own money in companies doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD) that profit from the death and destruction in Iraq. According to the latest reports, 151 members of Congress invested close to a quarter-billion in companies that received defense contracts of at least $5 million in 2006. These companies got more than $275.6 billion from the government in 2006, or $755 million per day, according to FedSpending.org, a website of the watchdog group OMBWatch. Congressmen gave themselves a loophole so they only have to report their assets in broad ranges. Thus, they can be off as much as 160 percent. (Try giving the IRS an estimate like that.) In 2004, the first full year after the present Iraq war began, Republican and Democratic lawmakers - both hawks and doves - invested between $74.9 million and $161.3 million in companies under contract with the DoD. In 2006 Democrats had at least $3.7 million invested in the defense sector alone, compared to the Republicans' "only" $577,500. As the war raged on, so did the billions of profits - and personal investments by Congress members in war contractors, which increased 5 percent from 2004 to 2006. Investments in these contractors yielded Congress members between $15.8 million and $62 million in personal income from 2004 through 2006, through dividends, capital gains, royalties and interest. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), who are two of Congress's wealthiest members, were among the lawmakers who garnered the most income from war contractors between 2004 and 2006: Sensenbrenner got at least $3.2 million and Kerry reaped at least $2.6 million. Members of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services committees which oversee the Iraq war had between $32 million and $44 million invested in companies with DoD contracts. War hawk Sen. Joe Lieberman (IConn.), chairman of the defense-related Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, had at least $51,000 invested in these companies in 2006. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.), who voted for Bush's war, had stock in defense companies, such as Honeywell, Boeing and Raytheon, but sold the stock in May 2007. Of the 151 members whose investments are tied to the "defense" (war) industry, as far as we know, not one of them offered to donate their bloodstained profits to the national treasury to offset the terrible debt they have imposed. Has one of them even offered to donate one cent of their war profits to lessen the debt that increases more than $1 million a minute? When our boys and girls are wounded the government bills them to return their reenlistment bonus. They have to return any pay they received while they were hospitalized. They have to pay for their helmets and uniforms that are destroyed in the hell of war. But they keep on fighting for these politicians' right to keep their war profits. Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) $3,001,006 to $5,015,001 Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) $250,001 to $500,000 Rep. Kenny Ewell Marchant (R-Tex.) $162,074 to $162,074 Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.) $115,002 to $300,000 Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-N.J.) $115,002 to $300,000 Rep. Shelley Berkley (D-Nev.) $100,870 to $100,870 Rep. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-Wis.) $65,646 to $65,646 Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) $50,008 to $227,000 Rep. Sam Farr (D-Calif.) $50,001 to $100,000 Rep. Stephen Ira Cohen (D-Tenn.) $45,003 to $150,000 --------19 of 20-------- Hill: D.C. Dems Back Off Health Care Promises by David Sirota Posted April 24, 2008 | 09:38 AM (EST) In a stunning - if predictable - story, the Hill newspaper reports that congressional Democrats are now saying that they will effectively thwart any effort to create a national health care program. Here is the key excerpt: "Congressional Democrats are backing away from healthcare reform promises made by their two presidential candidates, saying that even if their party controls the White House and Congress, sweeping change will be difficult...Sen. Charles Schumer (N.Y.), a member of Senate Democratic leadership and a key Hillary Clinton ally who also sits on the Finance Committee, said he is 'not sure we have the big plan on healthcare.' 'Healthcare I feel strongly about, but I am not sure that we're ready for a major national healthcare plan,' Schumer said Rep Kendrick Meek (D-Fla.), a Clinton supporter who sits on the House Ways and Means Committee, said "the money is not necessarily there right now" to enact the plans." There's a lot to unpack here. First and foremost, to those in Washington who say the nation should just wait for Washington to act on health care and wait for Democrats to win control of Congress and the presidency, this story exposes the glaring failure of that strategy - especially as states move forward into the breach. Health care reform has to be a dual effort - at the federal level and at the state level. And most likely, real reform is going to start in the states - in part, because Democrats in Washington are so afraid of their own shadow and bought off by Big Money interests that they are now acknowledging that they are not serious about fulfilling their health care promises. Second, you'll notice the right-wing arguments being made by Democrats in this piece. Schumer, like a reliable Fox News anchor, tells us that America isn't "ready" for national health care plan, despite polls over the last decade showing strong support for such a concept. Likewise, Meek - playing right into the Grover Norquist "drown it in the bathtub" mantra, claims the federal government doesn't have the cash to pay for a health care overhaul - even as Congress continues writing blank checks to fund the Iraq War. Finally, this reminds us of the need for progressives to focus on building a social movement, rather than exclusively on winning elections. Democrats are effectively saying that no matter how many elections are won, they will not move forward on the most pressing domestic issue. That's because there isn't yet a powerful social movement putting constant pressure on both parties - and instilling fear in both parties. The infrastructure that has been built in recent years is largely partisan rather than movement-oriented - that is, aimed at buttressing the Democratic Party, regardless of what it does. If we are to get health care reform, it will require a movement - not a party. -- Comment by Lydia Howell: So we can't count on the Dems to end the war and now we can't count on them to do anything to reform health care. Remind me of how it is that the Dems are so damn different from the Republicans? Maybe, the Dems will get a backbone & NOT allow ANOTHER war on Iran! Ooops. Forgot Hillary said her solution is to just "totally obliterate" the Iranians. (And people said Nader was soooo wrong to say "there's not being a dime's worth of difference between the two parties". Don't you love living in a democracy with the freedom to choose between two political parties?! 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