Thanks, Virginia V
parents to sell donor list to marketers
The parents of Terri Schiavo have authorized a conservative
direct-mailing firm to sell a list of their financial supporters,
making it likely that thousands of strangers moved by her plight
will receive a steady stream of solicitations from anti-abortion
and conservative groups. Privacy experts said the sale of
the list was legal and even predictable, if ghoulish.
Poll on Schindlers' List---RESULT
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The Schindlers, parents of Terri Schiavo, reportedly
will sell a list of their email and financial supporters
to a marketing company.
You make a buck wherever you can.
tacky. Lowest of the low.
shot pellet into bullet, got what he deserved
misleading "no late fees" blurb challenged
"Blockbuster promised the end of late fees ... but consumers
across the country were surprised when they got a bill for the
full price of the video or for a game that they checked out
from Blockbuster," said Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott.
Legislature updates: cheerleading, internet wine, more
Bush Administration's View of "Justice"
Extraordinary Rendition Updates
back detainee's claim of US kidnapping Aviation
records appear to corroborate a man's account of being
sent to Syria by U.S. officials as he changed planes in
bars US from sending Gitmo detainees overseas without
due process "..to bar the government
from "unilaterally and silently taking actions"
to move detainees outside the reach of U.S. courts.
HOME: Australian terror suspect Mamdouh Habib was
held for more than 3 years at Guantanamo Bay without
AUSTRALIAN CHANNEL NINE NETWORK/AP
tactics draw fire
As more details emerge from detainees sent by the United
States to countries that allegedly engage in torture,
the CIA is under growing pressure to account for some
of its top-secret actions in the war on terror - especially
its interrogation techniques.
patrols increase in Arizona As hundreds of civilian
"Minuteman" volunteers prepare to monitor a 20-mile
stretch of Arizona's border with Mexico, the federal Department
of Homeland Security will announce plans today to send
more than 500 additional agents to patrol the state's remote
at Arizona/Mexico border could pressure Texas
told to leave Bush "town meeting" Denver residents
charged they were forcibly removed from one of the president's
meetings on Social Security because they displayed a bumper
sticker on their car condemning the administration's Middle
of Fallen' exhibit open at Arlington "..more than
1,300 portraits of servicemembers who have died in the wars
in Afghanistan and Iraq."
survives six weeks on cliff
queen brighter than nuclear physicist