November 15th, 2005

Chris Keeley


From: Αρις Αρσενης <>   
To: "Christopher Keeley, LICSW" <>
Date: Nov 15, 2005 6:12 AM
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posed in last BurnOut issue photographed by  © Petros Vittas , just 19 and very shy...
Chris Keeley

As the world's only superpower, America should be seen as the unswerving champion of peace, freedom,1,7413966.story

This isn't the real America
By Jimmy Carter
JIMMY CARTER was the 39th president of the United States. His newest book is "Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis," published this month by Simon & Schuster.

November 14, 2005

IN RECENT YEARS, I have become increasingly concerned by a host of radical government policies that now threaten many basic principles espoused by all previous administrations, Democratic and Republican.
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It is time for the deep and disturbing political divisions within our country to be substantially healed, with Americans united in a common commitment to revive and nourish the historic political and moral values that we have espoused during the last 230 years.
Chris Keeley

The meetings took place even though the FBI is investigating Chalabi for passing U.S. secrets to Ir

Chalabi Meets With Cheney and Rumsfeld in DC
The controversial former Iraqi exile leader Ahmad Chalabi met with Vice President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in Washington on Monday. Before the Iraq invasion, Chalabi was a close ally to the U.S. neoconservatives and the Pentagon. The meetings took place even though the FBI is investigating Chalabi for passing U.S. secrets to Iran. Last week Chalabi also met with Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice
Chris Keeley

Vine was a great leader and writer, probably the most influential American Indian of the past centur

Vine Deloria Jr., 72; Native American Activist Wrote 'Custer Died for Your Sins'
By Myrna Oliver
Times Staff Writer

November 15, 2005

Vine Deloria Jr., author of the scathing bestseller "Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto" and an influential historian and spokesman for Native American rights, has died. He was 72.
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Earlier this year, Deloria received the American Indian Visionary Award presented by Indian Country Today magazine in Washington, D.C., for displaying "the highest qualities and attributes of leadership in defending the foundations of American Indian freedom." In 2002 he received the University of Colorado Center of the American West's Wallace Stegner Award for his sustained contribution to the cultural identity of the West.

Deloria is survived by his wife of 47 years, Barbara; two sons, Philip and Daniel; a daughter, Jeanne Deloria; a brother, Philip; a sister, Barbara Sanchez; and seven grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Vine Deloria Scholarship Fund, c/o The American Indian Scholarship Fund, Attn: Rick Williams, 8333 Greenwood Blvd., Denver, CO 80221.