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The chanting goes on through the night as the people fight for justice.

The police are raiding dorms and attacking students too. Iran said Wednesday it is investigating reports of violence at a Tehran University dormitory in the wake of rallies sparked by last week's disputed election. Tehran University students told a CNN iReporter that government forces staged a massive crackdown early Monday at the university's dorm. Some students were detained in the raid. Students jumped out of windows to escape the Iranian police forces who threw tear gas and beat students, according to the iReporter, a former Tehran University student who now lives outside Iran. He did not want to be identified for security reasons. (Student shootings) (Full Article)

The police violence against the demonstrators is appalling. Thousands of defiant protesters swept again Saturday into the streets of the Iranian capital, where they clashed with police armed with batons, tear gas and water cannons.

A stream of videos posted on social networking Web sites depicted scenes of chaos -- the sound of gunshots and helicopters whirring overhead and graphic images of wounded men and women being carried away.

Unconfirmed reports put the death toll as high as 150 on the seventh day of post-election protests. Sources at one Tehran hospital confirmed 19 deaths Saturday.

Even women are fighting for their freedom!

Like I said before, they have banned international reporters from covering demonstrations, which makes it very hard to get news. Some very brave and anonymous reporters from CNN have been uploading pictures and videos to iReport ; there is a lot of very moving photos and videos, and plenty of articles available on that site and many others for anyone who wants information. Please check it out so you can be aware of what is going on over there and maybe it will make you want to help.

Thanks to all those who support human rights in Iran. Please Use this and this link to send an email to The United Nations and The White house and ask them to prevent more deaths and violence in Iran caused by Government. Thanks.
 
 
 

   
You want change? Here it is folks!

The Stimulus Shopping List:

$1.17 Trillion in Pork Goodies

Thursday, January 29, 2009 4:00 PM By: David A. Patten Article 

 

 Having trouble putting down that cigarette?

The stimulus bill has $75 million for programs to help people quit smoking.

 Only 42 percent of Americans now think the bill is a good idea, according to Rasmussen Reports, which had found 45 percent approval last week. (AP Photo)

The $1.17 trillion stimulus bill passed by House Democrats on Wednesday bears little resemblance to the bill originally proposed by President Obama, with less than 5 percent of the funds now going to repair America’s deteriorating infrastructure. GOP critics point out the bill is loaded with tens of billions for items ranging from Amtrak subsidies to sexually transmitted diseases to the National Endowment for the Arts -- much of which won’t actually flow into the economy until long after economists expect the current economic crisis to subside.

 In late November, Obama promised: “It will be a two-year, nationwide effort to jumpstart job creation in America, and lay the foundation for a strong and growing economy. We’ll put people back to work rebuilding our crumbling roads and bridges,” modernizing schools and stimulating development of alternative forms of energy. Even some Democrats are now objecting that the measure contains too few highway and mass transit projects. Moreover Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody’s Economy.com, says most of the infrastructure spending in the plan won’t occur until 2010 or later.

 

Provisions of the bill that many legislators are questioning:

 

$1 billion for Amtrak, which hasn’t earned a profit in four decades.

 

 $2 billion to help subsidize child care.

 

$400 million for research into global warming.

 

$2.4 billion for projects to demonstrate how carbon greenhouse gas can be safely removed from the atmosphere.

 

$650 million for coupons to help consumers convert their TV sets from analog to digital, part of the digital TV conversion.

 

$600 million to buy a new fleet of cars for federal employees and government departments.

 

$75 million to fund programs to help people quit smoking.

 

$21 million to re-sod the National Mall, which suffered heavy use during the Inauguration.

 

 $2.25 billion for national parks. This item has sparked calls for an investigation, because the chief lobbyist of the National Parks Association is the son of Rep. David R. Obey, D-Wisc.

The $2,25 billion is about equal to the National Park Service’s entire annual budget. The Washington Times reports it is a threefold increase over what was originally proposed for parks in the stimulus bill. Obey is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.

 

$335 million for treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases.

 

 $50 million for the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

$4.19 billion to stave off foreclosures via the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. The bill allows nonprofits to compete with cities and states for $3.44 billion of the money, which means a substantial amount of it will be captured by ACORN, the controversial activist group currently under federal investigation for vote fraud.

 

 Another $750 million would be exclusively reserved for nonprofits such as ACORN – meaning cities and states are barred from receiving that money. Sen. David Vitter, R-La., charges the money could appear to be a “payoff” for the partisan political activities community groups in the last election cycle.

 

$44 million to renovate the headquarters building of the Agriculture Department. $32 billion for a “smart electricity grid to minimize waste.

 

$87 billion of Medicaid funds, to aid states. $53.4 billion for science facilities, high speed Internet, and miscellaneous energy and environmental programs.

 

$13 billion to repair and weatherize public housing, help the homeless, repair foreclosed homes.

 

$20 billion for quicker depreciation and write-offs for equipment.

 

$10.3 billion for tax credits to help families defray the cost of college tuition.

 

$20 billion over five years for an expanded food stamp program. Republican leaders say the stimulus package will add 32 new government programs at a cost of $136 billion.

They object that many of the programs, once established, are likely to continue indefinitely.

 

Most media outlets are reporting the cost of the package at $819 billion.

As Newsmax revealed yesterday, however, the Congressional Budget Office calculates that the interest on the debt generated by the bill’s spending will cost another $347.1 billion, making the total cost approximately $1.17 trillion.

 

 Of course, the measure contains hundreds of billions in tax cuts and infrastructure projects that conservatives will find palatable. But as House Minority whip Eric Cantor, R-Va., told the media Wednesday, “This was not a stimulus bill. It was a spending bill.”

 

© 2009 Newsmax. All rights reserved.

 
 
   
 

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Sorry, people! I can't get Photobucket to cooperate with me.

I don't understand why they have to revamp it every ten weeks. It was fine the way it was.

I have a few football updates for you guys:

Tony Romo WAS out with a broken pinky for a month but has decided to play anyways because of stupid Favre and his you-gotta-tough-it-out speech. It's like this: When Favre was out with that life-threatening car accident that made him lose half of his small intestines, no one expected him to get out of bed the next day and do a few reps in training camp....because there are times where you HAVE to take a break from it all to rehabilitate from your injuries. When Tom Brady tore his ACL in week 1, no one expected him to play the day after he had surgery. Even HE knew that.

Kurt Warner is contemplating retiring at the end of this season, which creates a dilhemma for Arizona because Leinart is an irresponsible cretin and my baby left. So when Jake decides to come back, that will be a good team to go to, if he doesn't want to play for Houston.

Brett Favre doesn't know if he wants to play another season or call it quits. I have no idea what to expect from him....he said that he was retiring in 2006 and in 2007. I guess it all depends on his mood.

For all you Patriots fans, Tom Brady is expected to play next season for New England and his surgery went great. He had to wait 29 days to get the bloody surgery.
Shaun Alexander is now the running back for the Washington Redskins. This past weekend he signed a 1 year contract with them.

Larry Johnson, the running back for the Chiefs, has been sidelined for a game or so because of violating a personal conduct rule....Edwards won't say what rule Johnson broke.
Kellen Winslow, Jr. has been released from the hospital for the moment and has joined the practice for the first time but, he hasn't participated. His illness is still unknown.

Pacman Jones has been suspended for 4 weeks and the NFL doesn't know if it's permanently or not.

The latest news I have of Jake is that he gave Tampa back the 7 million dollars.

Here are three new pictures of him:

HELLO! Boy is he HOTT!


He's such a clown


He's cute!


Jake looks really handsome in brown....he should wear that more often...:D

~*Another day in the life of Rebekah*~*316*~
 
 
 

   
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Firsties!!!

I beat you all to it this time.



Update (10/04/2008 at 9:22am): Ok, I guess this one dudn't count...
...but sandyquill STILL GOT IT!!!! :p
 
 
   
 

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