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[MANON] | 2007 | 89 min | Feature Documentary
Directed by: James Marsh
New York Premiere
Interests: Documentary, History, New York
Moods: Elegant, Iconic, Inspirational, Irreverent, Playful, Transgressive, Visceral
Cast & Credits
Director: James Marsh
Principal Cast: Philippe Petit
Producer: Simon Chinn
Director of Photography: Igor Martinovic
Editor: Jinx Godfrey
Executive Producer: Jonathan Hewes
Co-Producer: Maureen A. Ryan
Co-Producer: Victoria Gregory
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Save an Active Grassroots Investigation Project
by Scott Creighton
Yesterday, during the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing ”Executive Power and it’s Constitutional Limitations“, as an argument for not opening an investigation into criminal acts by this administration, the same talking point came up time and time again; these “demented” people who call for impeachment are trying to “criminalise” political differences: the Criminalization of Politics.
Now this would normally fall into the silly smoke screen category (especially after what we KNOW happened at the Department of Justice with Carl Rove’s help) …if we hadn’t heard it before. But of course the interesting thing about this is where we have heard it before.
The other day, there was a debate on NPR’s Democracy Now, between Glenn Greenwald and Obama advisor Cass Sunstein about the need for impeachment. Sunstein made reference to a previous argument he had made at the recent NetRoots Conference about impeaching this administration seeming like criminalizing political differences.
"UNDOING THE BUSH/CHENEY LEGACY -- RESTORING LOST LIBERTIES: A TOOL KIT FOR CONGRESS"
Edited by Ann Fagan Ginger
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute (MCLI), Berkeley, California
The day after the November elections, MCLI will be ready to give to every Congress Member and Senator a handy booklet listing and describing every law that must be amended or repealed in order to get back to a constitutional, democratic federal government.
We are going to include every statute passed by Congress, every Executive Order and signing statement by Pres. Bush, every regulation by a federal agency, every other document, including international agreements.
“How are you possibly going to make a complete list?”
By letting everyone know of the project and asking for their help.
On July 26, 2008 around 4am Eastern Time WeAreCHANGE members Sabrina Rivera and myself Luke Rudkowski noticed our cars front widow was knocked out. The only missing property inside the car was three WeAreCHANGE cameras with important video footage. It is important to note that I myself was receiving harassing phone calls for the past 24 hours prior to the robbery. The Robbery took place right after a public WeAreCHANGE meeting which Sabrina and myself attended. The following cameras have been taken.
The cameras were located on the bottom floor of the back seat in a camera bag covered by a towel no way visible from outside. The windows in the car were tinted and no one from the outside was able to see anything resembling a camera or camera bag.
THOUGH THEY MANAGED TO LEAVE A $4,000 MACBOOK PRO LAPTOP AND $300 GPS SYSTEM
JVC HDD GZ-MG155 - $700
Sony Handycam DCR-HC28 - $300
JVC HDD GZ-HD3 - $850
Along with extended batteries and charges the totally amount of equipment stolen was around $2,000 dollars not including the damages to the car and important video footage yet to be publicly released.
Unbought and Unbossed: Canadian Political News and Views
Show #79 July 23, 2008 - Interview with Splitting the Sky
1 hour and 48 minutes. (Interview begins 21 minutes in)
"This week's show features a telephone interview with Splitting the Sky, AKA John Bancore. (Interview starts at 21 minutes). Splitting the Sky is an activist for indigenous peoples as well as a vocal 9/11 Truther. Topics discussed include: his experience at the Attica prison rebellion in New York state in 1971; following the 9/11 money trail; PNAC and The Grand Chessboard; coincidental theorist vs. conspiracy theorist; and his experience as a political dissenter moving into the film and television industry.
Article by Mike Finch called the CDN Internet Service Providers Plan Net Censorship: Concerns grow that Canada's plan will wipeout alternative news sites and spread to U.S. This was published this week.
Opinion: Michael Collins - Saturday, 26 July 2008 - Part 1
WASHINGTON, DC - Today's hearing on the abuse of presidential powers before the House Committee on the Judiciary turned into a devastating political ambush by Chairman John Conyers (D-MI), committee Democrats, and the extraordinary panel of witnesses.. At least 12 Democratic Committee members were present plus the Chairman while only four Republicans bothered to show up.
Belying their casual appearance in the committee chambers, the Democrats presented a well coordinated, hard hitting case against President George W. Bush. This lead to a double climax in the form of surgically erudite testimony by conservative legal scholar Bruce Fein, a former Reagan administration official, and former Los Angeles District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi's stunning summary statement. The best the Republicans could offer was inappropriate humor by Rep. Don Lundgren (D-CA) and a request to clear the chambers when the audience cheered Mr. Bugliosi's remarks.