July 21st, 2006

Chris Keeley

It's about the horrors of prostitution

Formerly Prostitutes Anonymous

Chris - I've been asked to be involved in an art exhibit in NY next year.
It's about the horrors of prostitution.  I'm not a photographer so I told
them I didn't have anything to contribute.  They said they would name the
exhibitation after a book I wrote - you can see more about it on
www.sexworkersanonymouswso.com

It dawned on me why reinvent the wheel!  You probably already have something
and I know you like doing exhibits.

Got anything interesting?


http://www.soldoutfilm.com/

This is one of the films that will be there.  I'll be representing
www.sexworkersanonymouswso.com



Jody
jody this is about all I have
 
 
All Photographs + Text Copyright 2006 Christopher Keeley
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NADIA FREY


Dominatrix

Nadia Frey, 58, a New York woman who was shot to death amid whips, chains and cages, was a dominatrix, police said, an expert who offered fantasy bondage from "sensuous teasing to exquisite torments." She was found dead July 26 in her black-and gold-painted apartment.

Miss Frey -- who called herself "Mistress Hilda Pierce" and dressed in a black cowgirl outfit in sex magazines -- had been arrested three times on prostitution charges in Virginia and Washington since 1983.

Police said that her apartment showed no sign of forced entry and that their investigation included examination of her address book. The New York Post, citing a police source, reported that the book included the names of politicians and judges and that a police inspector's business card was found at the apartment.

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Nadia loved Dunbarton Oaks.

Chris Keeley

Mardian's defense always was he was doing this as the attorney for CREEP in the civil suit," said Ro

Mardian's defense always was he was doing this as the attorney for CREEP in the civil suit," said Rochvarg. "The government's position was he was talking to everybody as a conspirator to obstruct justice."

By Dennis McLellan
Times Staff Writer

July 21, 2006

Former Assistant U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert C. Mardian, whose conviction in the Watergate coverup conspiracy was overturned on appeal, has died. He was 82.

Mardian, a Phoenix resident, died of complications of lung cancer Monday at his vacation home in San Clemente, said his son Robert.

Mardian, whom President Nixon named to head the Internal Security Division of the Justice Department in 1970, left the department in May 1972 to work for the Committee to Re-Elect the President, or CREEP, which was being managed by former Atty. Gen. John Mitchell.

The day after the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C., on June 17, 1972, Mitchell told Mardian that Mardian would be involved with CREEP's response to the Watergate matter.

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City Council voted to outlaw the presence of mobile soup kitchens in public parks

city council members have established a new punishable offense --- feeding the homeless

Las Vegas Outlaws Feeding Homeless in Public Parks
And in Las Vegas, city council members have established a new punishable offense --- feeding the homeless. On Wednesday, the Las Vegas City Council voted to outlaw the presence of mobile soup kitchens in public parks. Anyone caught serving food to the homeless will be subject to a misdemeanor charge. City officials say they’ve enacted the law because soup kitchens have kept people away from visiting public spaces. The American Civil Liberties Union has harshly criticized the measure, calling it both unconstitutional and unenforceable. But Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman said the law will be enforceable because: “Certain truths are self-evident. You know who’s homeless.” 

Poll: Lamont Leads Lieberman in Connecticut
In Connecticut, a new poll shows Ned Lamont is holding a razor thin lead over Senator Joe Lieberman ahead of next month’s Democratic primary. Lieberman has vowed to run as an independent in the event of a loss. The same poll shows Lieberman would retain his Senate seat in a three way race along with Lamont and the Republican challenger. But Lamont would win the Senate seat in a two-person race against a Republican opponent.

Chris Keeley

U.S. Arming of Israel: How U.S. Weapons Manufacturers Profit From Middle East Conflict

the World Policy Institute examines how the United States provides billions of dollars of military aid to Israel each year and how their current arsenal is composed of U.S made equipment

U.S. Arming of Israel: How U.S. Weapons Manufacturers Profit From Middle East Conflict

Friday, July 21st, 2006

http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=06/07/21/1432202

Much has been made of the Syrian and Iranian origin of weaponry used by Hezbollah but there has been little discussion of where Israel's weapons come from. A new report by the World Policy Institute examines how the United States provides billions of dollars of military aid to Israel each year and how their current arsenal is composed of U.S made equipment. [includes rush transcript]

 


Much has been made of the Syrian and Iranian origin of weaponry used by Hezbollah but there has been little discussion of where Israel's weapons come from. A new report by the World Policy Institute examines how the United States provides billions of dollars of military aid to Israel each year and how their current arsenal is composed of U.S made equipment. The report is titled "U.S Military Assistance and Arms Transfers to Israel".

 


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