Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Another Angle 15_ May-2007

News others won't tell you

History was made on this day May 15
U.S. Congress Declares Foreign Slave Trade a piracy, and is Punishable by Death.


Obama is the Only Candidate Who Mentions AIDS on Campaign Website
How high AIDS is on the priority scale determines how high Black people are on the scale,” says Phill Wilson, founder and executive director of the California-based Black AIDS Institute in an interview with the NNPA News Service.
Obama promises universal health care

T.D. Jakes Seeks Leadership, Not Faith, in President
One of the most influential black leaders today, Jakes has the ear of President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton. He says the black clergy faces big challenges as the 2008 presidential election draws near, as they weigh competing strategies on how to work effectively for the betterment of their community.

Bloomberg poised for third-party campaign
The mayor has told close associates he will make a third-party run if he thinks he can influence the national debate and has said he will spend up to $1 billion. Earlier, he told friends he would make a run only if he thought he could win a plurality in a three-way race and would spend $500 million -- or less than 10 percent of his personal fortune.

Maybe all roads really do lead back to Rove
Last week, in an interview with the Albuquerque Tribune, purged U.S. Attorney David Iglesias said, “I think all roads lead to Rove. I think that’s why the president is circling some pretty major wagons around him to keep him from testifying under oath, which subjects him to criminal prosecution.”
Iglesias appears to be
onto something.
Karl Rove Directed DOJ Voter Suppression Project 5/15
Rove 'set up' five Attys. for dismissal

Memory of Gov. Wallace Shooting Fades
A former segregationist, Wallace was best known for standing defiantly at the all-white University of Alabama in a symbolic face-off with the Justice Department as the National Guard stood by and two black students enrolled in 1963. By 1972, he had tempered his racist rhetoric and adopted a more subtle approach, denouncing federal courts over the "involuntary busing" of schoolchildren to meet desegregation orders and pledging a return to a "law and order" society.


White King, Red Rubber, Black Death
For almost 100 years evidence has lain dormant, of one of the greatest mass murders. Millions of African people died in one mans quest for wealth and glory.


DOD Iraqi body count outright lie: OVER 5000 US soldiers are dead from DU alone
Doug Rokke, U.S. Army contractor who headed a clean-up of depleted uranium after the first Gulf War states: "Depleted uranium is a crime against God and humanity." Rokke's own crew, a hundred employees, was devastated by exposure to the fine dust. He stated: "When we went to the Gulf, we were all really healthy." After performing clean-up operations in the desert (mistakenly without protective gear), 30 members of his staff died, and most others"including Rokke himself"developed serious health problems.
Iraqi's Dying From Drinking Water


Louis Farrakhan at State of the Black Union 2005 - Part 1


People who feel wronged can really take it to heart
A new study found that people who thought they were treated unfairly were more likely to suffer a heart attack or chest pain. Those who thought they had experienced the worst injustice were 55% more likely to experience a coronary event than people who thought life was fair, according to the report published today in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.


Scientists find evidence proving ancient Egyptians were fathers of modern medicine
Researchers at the University of Manchester have uncovered new evidence which firmly places the origins of modern medicine in ancient Egypt and not Greece.


This is a good summer meal, light and pretty healthy.


The Half Hour News Hour: Still Not Funny
Do you suffer from Hillary Ambivalence Syndrome, otherwise known as H.A.S.? Well now there's OxyClinton, recommended by Dr. Laura Ingraham.

Medical Apartheid: The Dark History Of Medical Experimentation On Black Americans
Journalist and medical ethicist Harriet Washington details medical research on African Americans from colonial times to the 20th century. Harriet Washington is a Visiting Scholar at DePaul University School of Law. She has been awarded the Congressional Black Caucus Beacon of Light Award and investigative journalism awards from the National Association of Black Journalists.


This Modern World

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