Friday, May 4, 2007

Impeach the Impeared!

CNN Report: Dennis Kucinich files House Resolution 333
on 24 April 2007 to impeach Dick Cheney

Impeachment Press Conference in Washington, D.C., 25 April 2007

Part One - Impeachment Rally: San Diego, 28 April 2007

Part Two - Impeachment Rally: San Diego, 28 April 2007

World Can't Wait: San Diego, 5 October 2006

World Can't Wait: Chicago, 5 October 2006

Guantanamo Witness Against Torture: Washington, D.C., 18 April 2007

Peace Rally: Seattle, 18 March 2007

Loose Change (2nd Edition) reaches new heights on Virgin Airlines!


Anonymous said...

I came across your blog looking for information on a Buckminster Fuller LP ("Tunings" - a wonderful album by the way) and I could not be more surprised and grateful for what you're doing here. Your recent posts on the WTC were such an eye-opening and inspiring synthesis of available information, I feel compelled to give you an award of some kind. You have all the psychic support I can muster, for whatever it's worth.

Starmandala said...

Thank you! Your comment merits an award of some kind too - it somehow validates the long hours I spend at the computer tweaking this blog :-) I have a couple of essays on Bucky on my website you might enjoy. Well, drop by anytime you want... and maybe someday I'll
get an email from you!

Starmandala said...

Guess what: the goddam neocons have ganged up and scared Virgin Airlines into pulling "Loose Change" from their inflight programming. Yup... just like poor Larry Silverstein (leaser of the WTC complex) was forced to pull WTC7! Read about this latest act of corporate hooliganism here.
Reminds me of Barisan Nazional's strongarm tactics whenever voter sentiments aren't going their way :-)

Anonymous said...

I encourage you and your readers to take a few minutes and see:

It's a list of the 25 most recent comments made by real Americans participating in an online poll/letter-writing campaign concerning the impeachment charges recently filed against Vice President Cheney, which are now being evaluated by the House Judiciary Committee. The participation page is at:

Since this campaign began, three members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors, in part due to hearing from their constituents.