From Rev. Rich Lang;

Hi folks,

COME JOIN US ON 9/11 at 11am

Space Needle
400 Broad St
Seattle, WA 98109


The Freedom From Fear Campaign is a response by concerned citizens of Puget Sound to what they believe is a grave Constitutional crisis:

* The Defense Authorization Act of 2006 empowers the President to impose martial law in the event of any incident deemed by the President to be an act of terrorism.

* The National Defense Authorization Act of 2007 permits the President to command National Guard troops without the consent of state governors.

* The National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive gives the President dictatorial powers in the event of a "catastrophic incident."

* The Military Commissions Act suspends the writ of habeus corpus.

* Those who dissent against the invasion and occupation of Iraq may now have their assets seized.

* Presidential signing statements have nullified laws passed by Congress over 1,000 times.

The response of the media to this alarming erosion of democracy and civil liberties has been silence.

On Tuesday, September 11, the Freedom From Fear Campaign will sponsor a funeral march for all that has been lost since the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

The silent march will begin at the Space Needle at 11:00 a.m. and proceed to Seattle's major media centers, ending in Westlake Center. Several actions will occur from 4:30-6pm. Come join us and reclaim your freedom from fear.

All who mourn the loss of innocent life, as well as the subsequent loss of civil liberties, are invited to wear black and join the procession.

CONTACT: Rita Weinstein, (site up this week)

ON LIVING FAITH NOW RADIO (Fridays 2pm KKNW 1150am in Seattle or


We will be discussing the emerging Freedom From Fear campaign, its actions planned for 9/11, and the role of the Christian in protest to the abuse of the state.

Sept 14 Paul Craig Roberts

My guest is economist and a nationally syndicated columnist, Paul Craig Roberts. Roberts served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration earning fame as the "Father of Reaganomics". In 1987 the French government recognized him as "the artisan of a renewal in economic science and policy after half a century of state interventionism" and inducted him into the Legion of Honor on March 20, 1987.

Roberts opposed the Iraq War, and writes frequently on the subject. On May 18, 2005, in response to the publication of the "Downing Street memo," Roberts wrote an article calling for Bush's impeachment for lying to Congress about the case for war.

Roberts is also a critic of a potential Bush administration attack on Iran. In an August 15, 2005 article, he states "Bush...dismisses all facts and assurances and is willing to attack Iran based on nothing but Israel's paranoia."

Although his criticisms of Bush often seem to align him with the political left, Roberts continues to praise Ronald Reagan and to endorse many of Reagan's policies, arguing that "true conservatives" were the "first victims" of the neoconized Bush administration. He has said that many supporters of George W. Bush "are brownshirts with the same low intelligence and morals as Hitler's enthusiastic supporters."