A.N.S.W.E.R.'s response to Bush’s State of the Union address Empire - the true aim of the U.S. government - is barely concealed under the lofty rhetoric of Bush's State of the Union address. In its pursuit, the U.
And when Mr. Bush's motorcade rolled right past them on Pennsylvania Avenue at Fourth Street shortly after 3 p.m., they let him have it with all the invective they could muster. "Racist, sexist, antigay.
Over 10,000 antiwar protestors at A.N.S.W.E.R. Mass Convergence site on Inaugural Parade route between 3rd & 4th St. on Pennsylvania Ave. Thousands of other protestors blocked at Secret Service Checkpoints It is because of the support of so many people from around the country in the last few weeks that the A.
Emergency Fundraising Appeal Logistical and tactical update It is a great but partial victory that we have secured an area for a mass assembly protest right along the inaugural parade route. The permitted site at 4th St.
On Thursday, they will be protesting at Fourth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C., joining thousands of other counter demonstrators during President George Bush’s inauguration. “This president and his administration are strong-arming their will on this country and the countries of the world.
Permitted space at 4th St. & Pennsylvania Ave. (north side) will hold more than 10,000 ~ ~ ~ Volunteers needed Jan. 18-21 ~ ~ ~ Funds are urgently needed ~ ~ ~ Speakers, media coverage, logistics & more The A.
An antiwar group filed suit yesterday alleging that President Bush's inaugural committee has for weeks blocked the public from getting tickets to the inaugural parade route and has allowed only selected donors and supporters to purchase seats.
The lawsuit in federal district court claims the National Park Service is illegally blocking the public from access to vast portions of Pennsylvania Avenue reserved solely for guests screened by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
The lawsuit in federal district court claims the National Park Service is illegally blocking the general public from access to vast portions of Pennsylvania Ave. reserved solely for guests screened by the Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Groups angry about the Iraq war, the economy, President Bush's environmental policies, and a myriad of other issues promise to put their mark on Thursday's celebration with several marches, rallies and acts of civil disobedience.