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Newsday.com - State/Region NewsBINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Viewers expecting to tune into a weekly public access show Wednesday night found themselves instead watching the political documentary Fahrenheit 9/11.
Post Comment: "Fahrenheit 9/11 will be broadcast on access tucson four times before the election. however, this means that not only will it be available to watch for anyone who gets tucson cable but will also be STREAMING FOR FREE ON THE ACCESS TUCSON WEBSITE.
Welcome to the Tucson Citizen: "Ann Coulter arrived two hours late, sidestepped an attempt to throw a pie in her face and delivered a steady stream of outrageous, politically incorrect one-liners attacking liberals, opponents of the war in Iraq, Democrats and that party's presidential nominee, John Kerry.
Welcome to the Tucson Citizen: "The presidential campaign has become increasingly contentious, with candidates and supporters demonizing each other.
"Slacker Uprising Tour" Crew Blog: First-Hand Knowledge...: "Last night in Philadelphia, we were fortunate to get a chance to hear about the effects of the Iraq war from Americans who have felt its impact more than anyone. Abdul Henderson, the Marine who appears in 'Fahrenheit 9/11,' spoke of his rage and anger after September 11th, his love of his country and how he would be willing to do anything to protect it. 'I would drive the wheels off a hummer if it meant protecting this country.' However, he said that protecting America is not what the Iraq war is all about.
Michael Moore in Rye: You must organize to get out the voteRYE — Oscar winning filmmaker and best-selling author Michael Moore told Granite Staters Thursday that voting for John Kerry was not enough.
WCF Courier: "DECORAH --- Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore mocked right-wing broadcasters and slammed the Bush administration Wednesday at a sold-out Luther College voter rally.
Despite threats, accusations of betrayal, pressure from donors, insults, bribes, a petition and a civil lawsuit, Utah Valley State College student body leaders did not cancel controversial speaker Michael Moore's on-campus appearance Wednesday afternoon.
American Voices | Foolproof Performing ArtsJulie Furlong here.... I understand you were trying to reach me - and
Townsend Times - Today's Headlines: "TOWNSEND -- Members of the Townsend Democratic Town Committee met in Memorial Hall last Thursday to view the Michael Moore film, Fahrenheit 911.
ABC News: Michael Moore Brings Bush-Bashing to Utah: "OREM, Utah Oct 20, 2004 - Filmmaker Michael Moore brought his Bush-bashing to conservative Utah Wednesday, saying he felt perfectly safe and was proud of student organizers who held firm against attempts to bar him from the Republican bastion.
seattle: Michael Moore: Seattle Slacker Video Report: "I arrived about 15 minutes early. It was interesting watching the arena fill up. At 7:15pm it was only about 1/2 full. This made me thing of the 47% of eligible voters who did not vote in the last presidential election. It made me curious to see how big the turn out would be. I was pleasantly surprised that by 8pm most of the arena was full. It was a good rally I thought. It was the largest one I have attended. It was encouraging to hear the numbers of people who have turned out to his rallies in our country. I only hope that the people care enough to show up and cast their vote on Election Day.
The New York Times > International > 'Catastrophic Success': Poor Intelligence Misled Troops About Risk of Drawn-Out War: " 'CATASTROPHIC SUCCESS'
komo 4 news | Fans, Protesters Turn Out For Michael Moore: "'This attitude of can't we all just get along... and what... all think the same way?' he said at a press conference before the event. 'That's not what's called a democracy. So I don't think this is so bad.'
The Seattle Times: Arts & Entertainment: Filmmaker Michael Moore urges voter turnout: "Whether he's imploring Americans to vote on Election Day or defending his films 'Fahrenheit 9/11,' 'Bowling for Columbine' and 'Roger and Me,' Moore speaks as forcefully against apathy and ambivalence as against right-wing politics.
Moore in character at KeyArena: "Filmmaker Michael Moore brought his nationwide get-out-the-vote campaign to Seattle last night, telling a boisterous KeyArena audience that President Bush's days in office are numbered.
Oregon Daily Emerald - University of Oregon news and sports - Moore Bush-bashing: "Controversial filmmaker and author Michael Moore blasted President Bush as a member of a 'ruthless' minority and implored people to vote for presidential candidate John Kerry during a show at the Lane Events Center Monday.
KUTV: Lawsuit Tries to Void USVC's Contract with Michael Moore: "The fight to keep controversial filmmaker Michael Moore off the Utah Valley State campus this Wednesday has been taken to the courts.
American Voices Foolproof Performing Arts: "Seattle, WA - Michael Moore, outspoken and always original, will speak at a one night appearance only at Seattle's Key Arena on Tuesday, October 19 at 7:30 pm, two weeks prior to the presidential election.
<Moore Launches 'Fahrenheit for Free' Campaign In Madison: "MADISON, Wis. -- Michael Moore is launching a nationwide campaign to get more people to see his anti-Bush movie 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'
StatesmanJournal.com: "Filmmaker Michael Moore didn’t pull any punches during his appearance Monday night at the Oregon State Fairgrounds.
Daily Vanguard - Michael Moore speaking today: "Documentary filmmaker and political activist Michael Moore will be speaking today at PSU in the Urban Plaza at noon.
Amazon.com: Chain of Command: "Seymour Hersh has been a legendary investigative reporter since 1969 when he broke the My Lai story in Vietnam. His considerable skill and well-placed sources inside the government, intelligence community, military, and the diplomatic corps have allowed him access to a wide range of information unavailable to most reporters. Chain of Command is packed with specific details and thoughtful analysis of events since the attacks of September 11, 2001, including intelligence failures prior to 9/11; postwar planning regarding Afghanistan and Iraq; the corruption of the Saudi family; Pakistan's nuclear program, which spread nuclear technology via the black market (and admitted as such); influence peddling at the highest levels; and the torture scandal at Abu Ghraib prison, among other topics. The book collects and elaborates on stories Hersh wrote for The New Yorker, and includes an introduction by the magazine's editor, David Remnick, on Hersh's background and his sources.
Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh: "BERKELEY - The Iraq war is not winnable, a secret U.S. military unit has been 'disappearing' people since December 2001, and America has no idea how irreparably its torture of Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison has damaged its image in the Middle East. These were just a few of the grim pronouncements made by Pulitzer Prize - winning investigative reporter Seymour 'Sy' Hersh to KQED host Michael Krasny before a Berkeley audience on Friday night (Oct. 8).
TheIowaChannel.com - Commitment 2004 - Moore: Voter Turnout Critical On Nov. 2: "AMES, Iowa -- Filmmaker Michael Moore said Iowans should vote in the Nov. 2 election because the state could decide who the next president is.
seattle: Michael Moore in Seattle: "An Evening with MICHAEL MOORE
MSNBC - Will Oscar Listen?: "Millions of people surely believe that Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" and Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" deserve best-picture Oscar nominations. Unfortunately, most of them don't vote for the Academy Awards. Despite shattering box-office records and dominating headlines for months, these two films face real obstacles in the race for Hollywood's top prize. Of the many high-placed studio executives, producers, Oscar strategists, publicists and Academy members interviewed for this story, most think that "Fahrenheit's" chances depend on the results of the presidential election, and all say that a "Passion" best-picture nod is almost unthinkable. Hollywood, with its Jewish roots, did not experience "The Passion" as a transcendent religious and emotional event, as so many other viewers did. Some haven't forgiven Gibson for even making the film, let alone forgotten his father, Hutton, and his inflammatory statements about the history of the Jews. "I'll tell you why 'The Passion' won't be nominated," snaps one industry executive. "Happily, there are too many people in the Academy who believe the Holocaust actually happened."
Disney maxed out: "The curtain's coming down on the Weinsteins- long-running partnership with Disney. Miramax brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein will more than likely exit the Mouse House where they have feuded bitterly with Disney boss Michael Eisner, sources said yesterday.
The Washington Dispatch: "An Ohio library is planning to provide a public showing of Fahrenheit 9/11 after an inability to keep up with the ongoing requests for the film from its video library. In order to provide balance, the libraries administrators have decided to also air FahrenHype 9/11, a recently produced counter to Michael Moore's hard-hitting documentary.
Welcome to www.independent-media.tv: "MUST SEE Video: Seymour Hersh Visits Univ. of California Berkley - Other - Video - 2004-10-08
Michael Moore.com : Mike's Message : Mike's Latest News: "TUCSON, Ariz. – A 45-year-old woman collapsed and died days after learning her son had been killed in Iraq, and just hours after seeing his body.
The Capital Times: "Filmmaker Michael Moore is a controversial figure. The left loves him for having the courage to shine the light of truth on the abuses of power and privilege that have defined the past 3 years of American history.
American News | Fairness, balance should matter all the time: "A question for supporters of George W. Bush.
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Memphis Flyer: "The scheduled Memphis appearance on Saturday of Fahrenheight 9/11 filmmaker Michael Moore has been canceled dur to Moore's illness, announced local Kerry-Edwards coordinator Kerry Fulmer late Friday afternoon.