Thursday, January 27, 2005 - New page around 10am Monday-Friday
In US, patience over Iraq thins election Sunday may sharply impact US opinion on the war
Americans get Mexico travel warning On the same day hundreds of federal police took over a Matamoros prison, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza said he's concerned a new wave of drug cartel violence along the border is a threat to the safety of American visitors.
Spending on PR doubled under Bush at least $88 million in fiscal 2004
email kidney evaluation Saturday
We could sure use your help to get the word out about a free KEEP (Kidney Early Evaluation Program) for early signs of kidney disease. These tests usually cost about $250 if done at a doctor's office. Everything has been donated and we have over 65 volunteers ready to screen. Participants will even be able to meet one-on-one with a physician...all free!
I sent out
news releases and e-mails to media but we haven't been getting any
coverage yet. We're getting nervous that no one will show and with
kidney disease so rampant in the San Antonio area, this is too good
an opportunity to waste.