time in Mr. Gore's neighborhood
hold guns to each others' heads;
9. Rat doo-doo in food at Spankies;
underground storage tanks;
employees ordered to run
out of city hall when asked for records;
to shoot a nigger
is not a citeable offense;
of public officials all over the place;
clerk steals from prisoners;
producer of methamphetamines
in the entire state of Tennessee,
. . . and the No. 1 reason
people want to move to Putnam County . . .
community standards against obscene messages
don't know about you, but we sleep better at night knowing
'Smut Boy' Terry
MOUSE NETWORK PARTICIPATES IN ABUSE
BY NORMAN SOLOMON
Nearly five years after its purchase of ABC, the Disney Company made
history in late March by subjecting a confused 6-year-old boy to a
preposterous "interview." For ABC News superstar Diane Sawyer, it was all
in a day's work. But former viewers of the Mickey Mouse Club had good
reason to cringe. Whatever his failings, Mickey never engaged in such
flagrant child abuse on national television.
Putnam Pit caught Cookeville Police Chief Bob 'Smut Boy' Terry sending
sexually explicit filthy graphics around police headquarters and
to District Attorney General Bill Gibson using government computers and
Internet e-mail accounts, Terry's morality patrol arrests a 21-year-old
Monterey man for displaying an obscene bumper sticker.
|Trough trash of the year
Boy, do we have a city
attorney for you!
here for malpractice loopholes T. Michael O'Mara has squeezed through
Now, his former client's
dead and there's nothing he can do about the $600,000 loss, ha ha ha
JOHN WAYNE ALLEN
Welcome to Cookeville,
Tennessee - the great Hub City on the Eastern Highland Rim,
and the seat of a derivative culture. A provincial community intolerant
of dissent and progressive ideas, Cookeville would be right at home in
Pinochet's Chile, Slobo's Serbia, or Modern China. When Madison
wrote that "Enlightened statesmen will not always be at the helm," he may
have had the Cookeville officialdom in mind.
T. Michael O'Mara: Clarity
of thought at $125 an hour
From c.d. 'Sonny Boy' norman's
at a Deposition
here for more c.d. 'Sonny Boy' norman cartoons
Cookeville and Putnam County
Did you know that there is protection
for employees who blow the whistle on government fraud and abuse
provided by the National
of Corridor J issue
council is less trustworthy than the Herald-Citizen
Media Activism and Democracy
Building a democratic
"Real News" alternative media system in the US
April 11 &
12, 2000 at Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus, New York City
West 62nd Street
* Between Amsterdam and Columbus
How can independent media
open spaces necessary for democratic social change? How can journalists,
activists, and media makers build networks together that challenge corporate/
state control? How can we best produce and disseminate information that
both holds power accountable, and embodies the culture of democracy, community,
diversity and celebration for which we struggle?
Project Censored in Cooperation
with the Fordham Justice Project and Seven Stories Press are pleased to announce
a conference for media activists, First Amendment advocates, students,
grassroots publishers and producers, and writers/journalists of all persuasions.
The Press Freedom Conference will focus on building a democratic "Real
News" alternative media system in the US - a news system that informs,
increases access, builds participation, strengthens freedom of expression.
Hear from journalists and writers on the front lines of
alternative media. Find
out how to link into global alternative news sources. Discover the joys
of direct action in real news situations.
us in New York to explore these questions and brainstorm how we can
work together to strengthen independent media as our best strategy for
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and subject to change)
the kettle black
do you spell 'hypocrite,' chief?
Hey Kid, want some
your folks move to where Bob Terry is police chief.
Citizens, do you know where
After getting caught sending
sexually explicit smut around police headquarters and to District Attorney
General Bill Gibson using government computers and Internet connections,
Cookeville Police Chief Bob 'Smut Boy' Terry's morality patrol arrests
a 21-year-old Monterey man for displaying
an obscene bumper sticker.