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 Member's Business: The Future of Consortiumnews.com

AnnouncementsBy Robert Parry

Eleven years ago, we founded Consortiumnews.com because we felt the U.S. news media was losing its way – and was taking the American Republic along with it. Our hope was that by combining the new technology of the Internet with the old principles of news, we could help put journalism back on the right track and with it the nation.

Our original Consortiumnews idea was to seek out diverse resources so we could create a full-service institution for producing investigative-style stories on important topics and use the Internet as the chief means of getting the information to the public.

From the start, our existence was an implicit criticism of what was going on in the major U.S. news media of the 1990s, as the press corps wasted countless hours of broadcast time and vast forests of newsprint on items like the O.J. Simpson case or stories about Bill Clinton’s personal life.

Meanwhile, truly important stories – including new evidence implicating prior U.S. administrations in serious Cold War crimes – were being pushed aside as too historical, too controversial or too much of a downer....

Posted by Blue1Moon on Thursday, November 30 @ 20:15:45 EST (1409 reads)
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 Member's Business: Ilona Hegedus' book, Unearthly Companion Now Available at Lulu.com

Press Releasefairylona writes "After the appearance of a series of Ilona's poems in American and British magazines, it was time for her to publish her first book of genre poetry, Unearthly Companion.

The book, which includes 41 poems (sci-fi, fantasy and horror, with some humor added), has already received a number of glowing reviews and one of the poems in the book 'Haunted House' has been nominated for Muses Prize...

Posted by Blue1moon on Wednesday, October 26 @ 00:10:00 EDT (1399 reads)
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 Member's Business: San Francisco Real Estate: Buyer's Market? Seller's Market? Both?

Business Newsupmarket writes "San Francisco real estate, one of the USA's supposedly "frothiest" real
estate markets, is no longer an instant jackpot for sellers–now it's just a
jackpot. Buyers, though still facing high prices, now have enough time to
actually think an offer over before making it.

Back in 2004 a piece of San Francisco real estate might spark a bidding war
among prospective buyers as soon as it hit the market. Today, a property might actually–gasp!–sit on the market long enough for buyers and sellers to negotiate...

Posted by Blue1Moon on Thursday, October 20 @ 01:00:00 EDT (666 reads)
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 Member's Business: Heart-Breath-Awakeness Meditative Training

HealthDonna Mitchell-Moniak
Founder of Spirit Fire

Dear Friends,

I am very excited to tell you about Heart-Breath- Awakeness Meditative Training.

Training in meditation is rare. Usually it comes in the overall package of a particular religion. And then, unless the religion is of Asian roots, the training in meditation is minimal. Pondering and reflection are more the norm.

I have been teaching meditation for over 20 years and have joyfully observed that nothing opens a person to the fullness of Life and Consciousness than true meditation. But what is true meditation?

Posted by Blue1Moon on Wednesday, October 12 @ 11:53:32 EDT (898 reads)
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 Member's Business: Two Ways to Help Consortiumnews.com


Ten years ago this fall, award-winning investigative reporter Robert Parry launched Consortiumnews.com. Parry, who had broken many of the Iran-Contra stories for the AP and Newsweek in the 1980s, started the Web site because he saw an increasingly bleak journalistic landscape in Washington.

Since that launch in November 1995, Consortiumnews.com has stood for the ideals of what Internet journalism can be, combining high journalistic standards with an uncompromising rejection of Washington's insipid "conventional wisdom..."

Posted by Blue1Moon on Wednesday, October 12 @ 11:27:47 EDT (1724 reads)
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