pick up your phone and contact the Tides foundation.
By law they must tell you.
While at it ask them to explain how their money laundering between the Tides Foundation and Tides Center.
Ask how much they have provided Adbusters Media Foundation with (here is a small sample but if you want non-internet you can buy the mag and help support terrorists yourself http://www.adbusters.org/magazine/52/articles/jamming.html).
If that doesn't satisfy you call Women's eNews Inc. (212-244-1720) and ask them how much funding they have received directly or indirectly from Teresa Heinz (They should tell you that they receive funding from the Heinz Family Foundation). She has helped fund their web site which has "glorified" Hezbollah (AKA Hizbullah) suicide bombers with articles such as this by "Sarah Smiles":
By Sarah Smiles
In southern Lebanon, a generous support network provides for the widows of Hizbullah martyrs and ensures them a place of honor in the community.
BEIRUT, Lebanon (WOMENSENEWS)--Like many Shiite Muslim girls in southern Lebanon, Rima Naji was married early, at the tender age of 13. By 15 she had delivered her first child--a healthy boy--and by 19 her husband Sheikh Fadi Abboud was dead.
"He was martyred on the 10th of February 1995. He was 21 years old," she says. "Thank God he died according to the objectives of Hizbullah."
A member of Hizbullah or "Party of God," the Shiite Islamic resistance group that controls southern Lebanon, Aboud died in a commando operation against the Israeli army, which occupied the south from 1982 to 2000. His death was not extraordinary. During the lengthy occupation, scores of Lebanese were displaced, maimed and killed in a bloody guerilla war. When the Israeli army withdrew in May 2000, grinding their tanks out from bunkers across the south, Hizbullah--which is listed as a terrorist organization by the Pentagon--emerged victorious.
No Regrets About Husband's Fate
A staunch, pious woman veiled completely in black, Naji shows little regret about her ultimately fateful marriage.
"When I married him, I knew he followed the party. I knew I had a martyr at home," she says. Leaning closer, she confesses her ambitions for her sons, the youngest of whom was a nursling when Aboud died.
"When my sons tell me: 'I hope to become a martyr one day,' I say: 'I hope so too. I hope God chooses you as a martyr.'
"Although a mother doesn't need to tell the son of a martyr to do it," she says, "she may guide him towards it, but really, it's innate. He automatically has a feeling that he must follow his father."
After her husband died, Naji began studying to become a religious Sheik, finding comfort and acceptance of her husband's death in Islam.
"Although it's sad that he died, it also brings me enormous pride," she says of the honor her husband earned by dying as a martyr professed in the Koran. "It's more respectful to die as a martyr than a normal death."
Thanks to the Kerry-Heinz support they now have it in arabic too http://www.awomensenews.org/
When will we see the required financial disclosure forms of Kerry, his wife and Edwards? AIR, for some strange reason Bill and Hillary Clinton's still weren't done 6 months into his first term. Are the Democrats going to submit the information or not? It's pertty obvious that Kerry is hiding some of his military service information, especially the Purple Heart paperwork, but submitting financial info is not optional and is supposed to be done Before the election.
Don't worry Bob, the biggest contributor to the Democratic campaign is the lawyers (Even greater than the unions). They are "old hands" at side-steping things.
Catch the story about Edwards on ABC's news magazine on Friday about him "channeling" and relaying the words of an unborn (as yet) child in the womb in a personal lawsuit that was seeking damages? The story about trial lawyers in general and their effect on medical care mentioned that the lawyer's "cut" of a settlement usually runs from 25% to 40%. I wonder what Edwards' standard "cut" was.
On the other hand, the trial lawyers are about the only consumer protections there really are. Including for health care consumers, which we all are or will be. Doctors and hospitals are notoriously ill self-policed. And so, of course, are trial lawyers.
I don't know, J. It's a real dang mess. I know one thing, for a lot of my medical needs I'd just as soon go to a veterinarian and save the money. Better than the nothing I get now.
You say John Edwards claims to have channeled an unborn? And words? For real? That's the weirdest, sickest thing I ever heard. That don't say much for the typical jury, do it.? Or for him. You sure it wasn't like a dramatization kind of thing to impress the humanity of the child on the jury? We sure as heck don't need any more channelers in and around the Whitehouse. I'll have to stay tuned and get back with you on that one.
.....Ruckus intends to be in Boston also: