Radio Free Vermont: Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Kerry Supporters Seek Post-Election Therapy in South Florida - Scientists scan brains�for political clues - Nov 2, 2004

Scientists scan brains for political clues - Nov 2, 2004 Applying some of the same brain-scan technology used to understand Alzheimer's and autism, scientists are trying to learn what makes a Republican's mind different from a Democrat's

World Heritage - U.S.A.

World Heritage - U.S.A.

The United States of America was the first country to ratify the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage. This international agreement was adopted by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1972. Its primary mission is to define and conserve the world’s heritage, by drawing up a list of sites whose outstanding values should be preserved for all humanity and by ensuring their protection through
closer cooperation among nations.

As of June 2002, 172 States had ratified the Convention. By signing the Convention, each country pledges to conserve the sites situated on its territory. Their preservation for future generations then becomes a responsibility shared by the international community as a whole. To date, there are 20 World Heritage sites in the United States

Ashcroft, Evans Resign From Bush Cabinet

Attorney General John Ashcroft, a fierce conservative who generated controversy with his tough tactics in the war on terror, and Commerce Secretary Don Evans, one of President Bush's closest friends, resigned Tuesday, the first members of the Cabinet to quit before the start of a second term.

Screening kids, pt. 2

November 9, 2004

Your efforts are paying off! Nine more members of the U.S. House signed Congressman Paul's letter today. The letter now has 20 signers. In addition, several producers of radio talk shows and press reporters contacted Dr. Paul's office.

Adding nine more signers in one day is great; especially when you consider that House members are not in their Capitol Hill offices this week, and many members of their staffs are away too. Your efforts have pushed staff members to call their bosses at home to get their approval.

We have one more day. Thursday is Veterans Day, so Capitol Hill offices will be closed. Dr. Paul will send his letter to Chairman Regula first thing Friday morning, leaving tomorrow as our last day to get more signers.

Here's the checklist:

1. Read the letter and see who signed today.
2. Send a message to your representative.
3. Spread the word.

Thank you for your help! We can't allow mandatory mental-health screening(and forced drugging) of kids to take place in America.

We have one more day. Let's make the most of it. Go to

Kent Snyder
The Liberty Committee