Every site develops them. We move them here, keeping them as a kind of
historical record, in case people ask why a link we had has disappeared.
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Corrections. And see particularly the
Oasis Practical tools for activists of all kinds, many links.
House Excellent collection of documents and links on freedom
- E Pluribus Unum
Working for liberty and justice.
- Patriot's Knowledge
Base Extensive collection of documents and links from Robert K.
America Roger Taylor's archive of material on constitutional issues.
Contains references and links to various constitutional political candidates.
He also has a new book out. This is a new URL. Here is his
- Grapevine News
News, articles and links on corruption and abuse.
- Sons of
Liberty Patriot site with some good materials.
Accountability Project Fight government corruption.
Attempts to reduce or prevent abuses of power by local law enforcement.
- The Police Complaint
Center — Attempts to expose abuses of power by local law enforcement.
- CopCrimes — The most
comprehensive web resource guide to police brutality and law enforcement
- No Bad Cops — Reports by
attorney and former deputy sheriff Peter Alan Kasler on his efforts to clean up
local official corruption in California.
- The FED
- AwareAmerica Reports
on investigations of high-level corruption.
- Christian Civil
Liberties Association Publishes the Militia News and operates
a nationwide Militia Information Center. Address is CCLU, Afton Road, Afton,
Tennessee 37616, ph # 615-587-6791.
- American Review Media Addresses
Email and snailmail addresses for most U.S. newspapers and broadcast media.
- The Internet Press
Gateway to most online news media.
- NewsWorks Another gateway to
most online news media. Has good search engine.
- Aaron Russo —
Candidate for Libertarian Party nomination for U.S. President.
- Harry Browne — Nominee
for president of the Libertarian Party in 2000. (Deceased)
- Charles Collins — Candidate for Republican nomination for
President in 1996, for Reform Party nomination in 2000.
Time and events have ended their mission, but we keep them as a
- Representation of Witnesses Before
Federal Grand Juries, by Robert J. Boyle This 2-volume publication
of the Grand Jury Project of the National Lawyers Guild is a primary reference
on the subject. Written for lawyers, it is also valuable for laypersons.
Available from Clark Boardman Callaghan, 155 Pfingsten Road, Deerfield, IL