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  1. Hawk of May by Gillian Bradshaw, 1981-05-05
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141. Kerry And The Hawks | Ruth Conniff | June 2004 Issue
The Word from Washington Ruth Conniff. Kerry and the hawks. EMail This Article Twenty-four-year-old Marine Michael Hoffman feels betrayed by John Kerry.
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The Word from Washington Ruth Conniff Kerry and the Hawks
Twenty-four-year-old Marine Michael Hoffman feels betrayed by John Kerry. Hoffman took part in the invasion of Iraq and served there for a year before returning home last May to tell Americans what he saw. "The troops aren't fighting for what Bush is espousing on TV," he says. "Basically, they're just fighting for their lives now."
Traveling up and down the Eastern seaboard, speaking at rallies for Military Families Against the War and Veterans for Peace, Hoffman sees a growing movement of dissent against Bush's Iraq folly. "The troops know it's not true that they're there because there were weapons of mass destruction or to bring democracy to Iraq," Hoffman says. Instead, as he sees it, the troops are stuck in a complex and ugly situation, with no clear mission and no way out.
In his anger and forthrightness, Hoffman sounds a lot like another young soldier who returned home from an ill-conceived war to protest against it: John Kerry. But that was back in the early 1970s. Today, Democratic Presidential candidate Kerry is singing a different tune.
In his April 18 appearance on Meet the Press, Kerry distanced himself from his younger, anti-war incarnation. Host Tim Russert showed a clip of the young Kerry in uniform, just back from Vietnam, telling of the atrocities he and his fellow soldiers had taken part in, and saying that the United States had engaged in war crimes in Vietnam. "Atrocities?" Russert asked Kerry. The candidate squirmed and tried a stiff joke, making light of his own earnest image in that early video footage: "Where did all that dark hair go, Tim? That's a big question for me," he said, chuckling awkwardly. He went on to say that his description of burning villages and machine-gunning women and children as "war crimes" was "over the top"just the bluster of an angry young man.

142. Saint Joseph's University Athletics
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143. Hawks Eating Crow
column Posted May 20, 2004. STOP THE PRESSES by Eric Alterman. hawks Eating Crow.

144. Hawks Mountain Ranch Icelandic Sheep
We maintain a flock of purebred Icelandic sheep. (Oregon)
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145. Hawks At The 'Washington Post'
Home Issues November 11, 2002 issue hawks at the Washington Post , LOGIN, article Posted October 24, 2002. hawks at the Washington Post. by Michael Massing.

146. MSNBC - Team Page
Provides game reports, roster, schedule, statistics, player profiles, and news.

147. Asia Times -
The hawks fall out By Jim Lobe WASHINGTON Faced with the rising costs and complications of occupying Iraq, the hardline coalition around US President George
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WASHINGTON - Faced with the rising costs and complications of occupying Iraq, the hardline coalition around US President George W Bush that led the drive to war with Iraq appears to be suffering serious internal strains.
On the one hand, neo-conservatives, who were the most optimistic about postwar Iraq before the US-led invasion, are insisting that Washington cannot afford either to pull out or to surrender the slightest control over the occupation to the United Nations or anyone else.
To a rising chorus of calls by Democrats for Washington to invite the world body to take over at least political control of the transition to Iraqi rule in exchange for a commitment of money and peacekeepers, the neo-cons are urging the administration to send more US troops instead.
Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld, on the other hand, is dead-set against deploying yet more troops to join the 180,000 now in Iraq and Kuwait. And while he, like the neo-cons, opposes conceding any substantial political role for the UN or anyone else, his preferred option is to transfer power directly to the Iraqis as quickly as possible, even at the risk that reconstituted security forces would be insufficiently cleansed of elements of the former regime's Ba'ath Party.

148. Here's Locking Down You, Kid - MS Hawks Vision Of DRM Future | The Register
Here s locking down you, kid MS hawks vision of DRM future. By John Lettice. Published Tuesday 4th May 2004 1301 GMT. Microsoft
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    By John Lettice Published Tuesday 4th May 2004 13:01 GMT Microsoft has taken the wraps off its next generation Digital Rights Management software, designed to allow digital music and video to get into consumers' hands without actually escaping. The technology previously known as Janus "will make new scenarios possible, such as protecting, delivering and playing subscription-based or on-demand digital music and video," and this will cover "Windows-based PCs and devices, including portable audio devices, Portable Media Centers, cellular phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs) such as Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs and Smartphones, and networked devices connected within the home, including those that connect over a wireless network." Translation: the technology will act as a facilitator for companies selling 'all you can eat for a monthly fee', restrictive licenses whereby playback is time- or number of plays-limited, and it will allow these services to be sold on a multitude of devices. It will allow you to play the stuff you bought on all sorts of devices connected to your home network, so long as you have obtained the necessary licences to play the stuff at that particular time, on that particular device. 'Your' rights to do this will be managed by the Windows DRM licence management software you bought in order to make it safe for the content companies to sell you all this stuff.

149. Wallingford Hawks Youth Hockey
Association in Wallingford provides its history, tournament results, information on summer hockey camps and directions to the rink.
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150. - Chicago Blackhawks
Tribune classic The hawks 1st Cup 70 years ago against mighty Detroit, the hawks won their first Stanley Cup View from a Blackhawks Fan May 20, 2004 Illinois
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May 25, 2004 By going to the Stanley Cup finals, Tampa Bay and Calgary offer evidence that the Blackhawks have had the right idea by refraining from signing high-salaried free agents. May 19, 2004 In the wake of Wednesday's announcement that Brian Sutter has been rehired to coach the Blackhawks for next season, the controversy over the Feb. 29 episode involving leading scorer Tyler Arnason resurfaced. Blackhawks can't win off the ice either April 6, 2004

151. FalconHigh
Offers an interactive flying display of Eagle owls, kestrels, redtailed hawks, Harris hawks, Saker and Gyr falcons, and Peregrine falcons. Includes venues and booking information.
Welcome to the Fly High World of Falconry Whether it is marvelling at a falcon swooping from high upon its prey or wondering how an owl manages to turn its head so far around, birds of prey have long been a source of mystery and wonder for all ages. Savage beak and claw combine with feather and down to create a wild beauty which recalls images of knights and kings, of Arab princes and of an age when man and bird worked in harmony for business and pleasure. When a falconer flies a bird he has trained and grown with, the bird and he are partners and when his bird leaves his glove he soars with it above the clouds, relishing the freedom of the wind beneath his wings. Come with us: Experience falconry for yourself Enter the world of the falconer Learn about our birds and Find out how to see our birds in real life action

152. TCS: Tech Central Station - Cheer Up, Hawks
Font Size Cheer Up, hawks. By Charles Rousseaux, Published, 05/13/2004.
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There's a hint of hopelessness in the air, understandable given the shocking images and casualty reports that continue to come out of Iraq. While the neurasthenic natterings of the likes of Maureen Dowd would be of little note, much of the debacle chatter is coming from the decoder-ring wielding members of the right wing conspiracy. It's as if a coterie of conservatives has taken out temporary memberships in the R.W. Apple Jr. quagmire club.
Consider: In a recent Washington Post column, Robert Kagan wrote, "Bush administration officials have no clue what to do in Iraq tomorrow, much less a month from now." Even the always-circumspect George Will wrote of the administration's policy, "Being blankly incapable of distinguishing cherished hopes from disappointing facts, or of reassessing comforting doctrines in the face of contrary evidence, is a crippling political vice," in his column "Time for Bush to See the Realities of Iraq." Mr. Will's admonition that Mr. Bush and presumably the rest of us should see things as they are in Iraq is an eminently sensible one. While the administration has made errors in its post-war policies, and tragedies and sorrows have followed, the best evidence suggests that it has still made a vast amount of progress. Coalition forces may not have won the fight, but they ain't close to losing it.

153. South Bend Tribune: Sports
The South Bend Tribune serves the greater South Bend/Elkhart area with five regional editions extending coverage to the Penn/Harris/Madison areas, Mishawaka, Michigan, and Marshall County; and includes extensive coverage of the South Bend Silver hawks, and Notre Dame sports.
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HEADLINES ND's Zbikowski could still be a 'contender' Tom Zbikowski battles in the ring during an audition for NBC's reality show, "The Contender.''
  • Kelly: Banks ready to play two more
    WARSAW Ernie Banks danced on two new knees, doing a modified twist he would not have been able to perform just a few months ago.
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    LOS ANGELES (AP) Kobe Bryant came through in the clutch, saving the Lakers at the end of regulation and carrying them in overtime.
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    LOS ANGELES (AP) Phil Jackson seems likely to return to the Lakers next season after all at least according to somebody who probably knows.
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    COLUMBUS, Ohio Ohio State fired basketball coach Jim O'Brien on Tuesday after he admitted giving a recruit $6,000 five years ago.
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    TAMPA, Fla. For the last 10 years, there was no room for the little guys in the Stanley Cup finals.
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    CHICAGO (AP) Sammy Sosa's back passed the ultimate test: The Wrigley Field fences.
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  • 154. Iraq War Hawks Have Plans To Reshape Entire Mideast
    Iraq War hawks Have Plans to Reshape Entire Mideast. by John Donnelly and Anthony Shadid. Iraq, the hawks argue, is just the first piece of the puzzle.
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    E-Mail This Article Published on Tuesday, September 10, 2002 in the Boston Globe Iraq War Hawks Have Plans to Reshape Entire Mideast by John Donnelly and Anthony Shadid WASHINGTON - As the Bush administration debates going to war against Iraq, its most hawkish members are pushing a sweeping vision for the Middle East that sees the overthrow of President Saddam Hussein of Iraq as merely a first step in the region's transformation. The argument for reshaping the political landscape in the Mideast has been pushed for years by some Washington think tanks and in hawkish circles. It is now being considered as a possible US policy with the ascent of key hard-liners in the administration - from Paul Wolfowitz and Douglas Feith in the Pentagon to John Hannah and Lewis Libby on the vice president's staff and John Bolton in the State Department, analysts and officials say.
    The argument we would be starting a democratic wave in Iraq is pure blowing smoke.
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    156. Hawks Tell Bush How To Win War On Terror
    Published on Wednesday, December 31, 2003 by the Telegraph/UK. hawks Tell Bush How to Win War on Terror. by David Rennie in Washington.
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    E-Mail This Article Published on Wednesday, December 31, 2003 by the Telegraph/UK Hawks Tell Bush How to Win War on Terror by David Rennie in Washington President George W Bush was sent a public manifesto yesterday by Washington's hawks, demanding regime change in Syria and Iran and a Cuba-style military blockade of North Korea backed by planning for a pre-emptive strike on its nuclear sites. The manifesto, presented as a "manual for victory" in the war on terror, also calls for Saudi Arabia and France to be treated not as allies but as rivals and possibly enemies. The manifesto is contained in a new book by Richard Perle, a Pentagon adviser and "intellectual guru" of the hardline neo-conservative movement, and David Frum, a former Bush speechwriter. They give warning of a faltering of the "will to win" in Washington. In the battle for the president's ear, the manifesto represents an attempt by hawks to break out of the post-Iraq doldrums and strike back at what they see as a campaign of hostile leaking by their foes in such centers of caution as the State Department or in the military top brass. Their publication

    157. Hawks' Nest Productions

    158. HURT HAWKS Robinson Jeffers P.1928 I
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    159. Official Web Site Of The Portland Jr Hawks Youth Ice Hockey Association - WWW.Po
    Portland Oregon youth ice hockey teams, leagues, and events. We provide the best ice hockey in the area.
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    The Portland Junior Hawks develop youth hockey players who lead with integrity Portland Girls Hockey kicks off its new Spring / Summer / Fall program.

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