February 17th, 2007

Chris Keeley

As the Washington Monthly reveals in its current issue, Perry has spent the past few years at DHS ob

As the Washington Monthly reveals in its current issue, Perry has spent the past few years at DHS obstructing federal and state regulation of the nation's chemical industry, which still remains vulnerable to a devastating terrorist attack -- and which has paid millions of dollars to Latham & Watkins, the Washington law firm where he has been a partner and lobbyist, earning as much as $700,000 a year. (Having just resigned from Homeland Security last month, Perry could soon return to Latham, thus completing his third circuit through the revolving door.)

Or as Art Levine himself put it in his article: "A flippant critic might say the father-in-law has been prosecuting a war that creates more terrorists abroad, while the son-in-law has been working to ensure they'll have easy targets at home. But it's more precise to say that White House officials really, really don't want to alienate the chemical industry, and Perry has been really, really willing to help them not do it."

Someday the potential damage done to national security by Philip Perry may cost us very dearly, as another penetrating article in the Washington Monthly by terror expert Stephen Flynn explains in grave detail. Hundreds of chemical facilities across the country are inadequately protected, which Levine proved when he casually infiltrated one of them, and the most dangerous could kill tens of thousands of people if blown up by terrorists.

Chris Keeley

Uri Avnery on the Mecca Agreement--2/17/07

Uri Avnery
17.2.07

               Facing Mecca

MUST A Native-American recognize the right of the United States of
America to exist?

Interesting question. The USA was established by Europeans who invaded a
continent that did not belong to them, eradicated most of the indigenous
population (the "Red Indians") in a prolonged campaign of genocide, and
exploited the labor of millions of slaves who had been brutally torn
from their lives in Africa. Not to mention what is going on today. Must
a Native-American - or indeed anybody at all - recognize the right of
such a state to exist?

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Jaes Seis

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Jaes Seis

Shamans journey outside ordinary time and space into a parallel reality, or 'Non-Ordinary Reality'. They work in partnership with Spirit Guides and Teachers. In Shamanism both physical and emotional illnesses are seen as connected to disharmony of the spirit. Shamans treat the spiritual cause of illness. It is a life long discipline that cultivates a heightened awareness of the connectedness of, and spiritual essence in, all things. Shamans honor this sacredness by seeking to restore what is out of balance or displaced, thus restoring harmony, and allowing the true potential and direction of an individual to manifest.

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Chris Keeley

Catskill Mountains Photographs - Trees - Spiritual gathering place cultivating a heightened awarene

Catskill Mountains Photographs - Trees - Spiritual gathering place  cultivating a heightened awareness of the connectedness of, and spiritual essence in, all things. A Journey outside ordinary time and space into a parallel reality.



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Chris Keeley

Oprah taught me how to stop abusing myself and learn The Secret. I finally get it: because the Law o

Oprah taught me how to stop abusing myself and learn The Secret. I finally get it: because the Law of Attraction dictates that like attracts like, my negativity toward the president and vice president is attracting their negativity and multiplying the negative vibrations in the cosmos, creating some sort of giant doom magnet.

A Giant Doom Magnet

So I was sitting around watching “Oprah” yesterday afternoon when I realized how I could stop W. and Crazy Dick from blowing up any more stuff.

All I needed to do was Unleash my Unfathomable Magnetic Power into the Universe!

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Chris Keeley

The death toll from Amin's regime will never be accurately known, but rights groups estimate half a

The death toll from Amin's regime will never be accurately known, but rights groups estimate half a million people disappeared.

Whitaker: Filming in Uganda Was Vital

Filed at 12:42 p.m. ET

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) -- Forest Whitaker said Saturday that his portrayal of Idi Amin in the award-winning movie ''The Last King of Scotland'' was made stronger by filming in Uganda, where more than 500,000 people disappeared during the brutal dictator's rule.

Whitaker, who has been nominated for an Academy Award, returned to the country for the East Africa premiere of the film at a Kampala cineplex on Saturday night. The cast and crew were welcomed by traditional drummers wearing black and white monkey-skin headdresses and members of the country's elite, many dressed in tartan.

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Chris Keeley

Perry is an éminence grise,” says one congressional staffer. “He’s been pretty good at getting his f

Perry is an éminence grise,” says one congressional staffer. “He’s been pretty good at getting his fingerprints off of anything, but everyone in this field knows he’s the one directing it. He is very good at the stealth move.” And, as it turns out, Perry’s stealth moves have often benefited opponents of chemical regulation. One of his final pieces of handiwork included coming up with what critics have called an “industry wish list” on chemical security that ultimately became law last fall. “Every time the industry has gotten in trouble,” says the staffer, “they’ve gone running to Phil Perry.

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2007/0703.levine.html

Dick Cheney’s Dangerous
Son-in-Law

Philip Perry and the politics of chemical security.

By Art Levine

In March 2003, when the world’s attention was focused on U.S. soldiers heading to Baghdad, twelve senior officials in the Bush administration gathered around a long oak conference table in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, part of the White House complex. They were meeting to put the final touches on a proposed legislative package that would address what was perhaps the most dangerous vulnerability the country faced after 9/11: unprotected chemical plants close to densely populated areas.

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Spirit Guide She Represents Leadership

You have been changing your habits...
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I wanted to share your cat with you...your Power Animal your Guide if you want to know...
I wouldn't disrespect you by looking at your other Totem unless you gave permission.  You have Mountain Lion/Panther Medicine.  It is very strong, but very difficult.

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