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  • Skip in recent years has been quoted in the NYT and other publications as an expert in voting technology and has functioned as a computer observer under Florida Law inmany elections finding infractions of the law in use of election devices, undocumented bugs in the software, and contributed to better procedures and process in the conduct of elections.

    Tonight 3/4 on Voice of the Voters: Internet Voting: Future Promise or Future Problem?

  • In order to protest we will take to the streets inmany cities in many countries on 11 October 2008.

    Global Day of Civil-Disobedience

  • They too are listening to the Democrats for the first time inmany years.

    Hullabaloo

  • Sign up for either Working Assets (now renamed Credo, a long distance and wireless phone company) or Qwest (phone and internet provider inmany statesof the country), both of whom have pledged in writing not to wiretap without court warrant, and you will be supporting the right causes while undermining the wrong ones.

    HERE'S A VERY SIMPLE WAY TO UNDERCUT THE WARRANTLESS WIRETAPPING!

  • Snyder claims partition along ethnic lines just institutionalizes the violence and hatred inmany cases.

    Think Progress » Rumsfeld’s farewell tour makes stop in Iraq.

  • Also, despite his relationship with Agricola, Tacitus (as he does inmany of his works) seems to be pretty bang on the money with teh make up of Britans tribes and their customs.

    Army Rumour Service

  • She said that inmany cases there are lingering effects.

    WBAY Action 2 News

  • As an African-American, I am painfully aware of the bloody and extreme measures usedto disenfranchise our ancestors in the Jim Crow south and inmany Caribbean nations.

    Queens Crap

  • The votes will already have been cast inmany regions by the time CBC's comedy duo of Rick Mercer Report and This Hour Has 22 Minutes air their final preelection shows, but no matter.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • Back in the olden days, days of yore and saxaphones, Marvin Gaye’s cover of Gladys Knight and the Pips’ “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” is superior inmany ways and, keeping the ‘through’ motif, I heretically propose that Joe Cocker’s “She Came in Through the Bathroom Window” is superior to the Beatles version.

    Matthew Yglesias » Covers

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