In the latest in a series of nude protests arranged by the anti-war movement worldwide, the volunteers gathered on a football pitch and stripped off their clothes to spell out the words: "peace man" with human bodies. The protest was held at Byron Bay, a beach resort miles north of Sydney, where more than women stripped off last month to form the words "no war" with their bodies for an aerial photograph. Australia has sent 2, troops to the Gulf and John Howard, the prime minister, has been one of the strongest international supporters of George Bush, the US president, and his stance on Iraq.
Pray, pray much for George W. The righteous man shall be met with much scorn and persecution. It is the sign of your times.
As Bush ventures into the traditionally Democratic city to formally accept his party's nod to run for re-election against Democratic Senator John Kerry, demonstrators from across the United States will attempt to steal some of his thunder. They use our city for symbolic purposes and to get more votes," acclaimed novelist and longtime New York resident Paul Auster, saying he would join those taking to the streets. Bush administration is a "disaster" Protestors may be united against Bush but the reasons for their dislike are many.
The air was brisk yesterday at the Amherst Town Common, but that did not stop 16 people from removing their clothes to protest the presidential administration and the war in Iraq. Samantha Goldman and Usher Shrair are students at Mt. The two women were the main speakers at the event, which mostly focused on the United States occupation in Iraq and the Christian ideologies of the administration. The rally began around p.
The presidency of George H. Bush was inaugurated as the 41st President of the United Statesand ended on January 20, Bush, a Republicantook office after a landslide victory over Democrat Michael Dukakis in the presidential election.
The awards were seen as vindication after country radio dumped the Chicks when Maines criticized President Bush four years ago. They also announced a citywide boycott of Wal-Mart and Sam's Club. For more, see " Developing Stories.
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On Tuesday morning, a small group of protesters almost outnumbered by reporters and photographers gathered at the Governor's Mansion for what was disingenuously billed as a "support rally" for Gov. Rumors of this sort, about multitudinous politicians, circulate all the time, but the current Perry rumors are indeed extraordinary in their baroque detail and remarkable persistence. Bush's declaration of war against same-sex marriage, which poses a threat to "the sanctity of marriage" so terrible it requires a constitutional ban. Last spring, readers will recall, Perry endorsed and signed the odious "Defense of Marriage Act," the Lege's latest gratuitous demonstration that it believes gay and lesbian Texans deserve fewer rights than other citizens.
The acting commander-in-chief flew into Cherry Capitol Airport on Air Force One and played golf at the Grand Traverse Resort, according to Glen Arbor Sun sources, before addressing a crowd of more than 10, supporters late in the afternoon. He is the first acting president to visit northern Michigan since Gerald Ford 30 years ago. Representative Bart Stupak addressed area Democrats in the parking lot of the Democratic headquarters off 8th Street.
Strolling side by side across the Great Lawn in Central Park to protest a ban on a mass rally there, their message was clear. Overprotesters who were banned from the park instead followed a route from W 14th Street past the convention site at Madison Square Garden, and back downtown to Union Square. The massive crowds and the police operation to control the noisy, colourful but largely peaceful march brought the centre of Manhattan to a standstill for most of yesterday afternoon. Lines of police on horses and motor cycles and helicopters overhead monitored the march which drew Vietnam veterans, union members, ethnic groups, women's organisations, students, professors, actors and anarchists.