Town Hall Meeting

19 Feb 2005

No Place To Hide

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Award-Winning Journalist Robert O’Harrow goes behind the scenes of our emerging surveillance society in his book, No Place To Hide, and examines how private companies and the government are working together to collect massive amounts of data on citizens.
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details about our lives are no longer our own
.” O’Harrow was interviewed recently on “Democracy Now!

A Common Cause

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Ron Paul of Texas, says that a new bill, HR 418, is really about creating a National Identity Card and not about Immigration Reform.

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This bill establishes a massive, centrally coordinated database of highly personal information about American citizens: at a minimum their name, date of birth, place of residence, Social Security number, and physical and possibly other characteristics.

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The bill could have a chilling effect on the exercise of our constitutionally guaranteed rights, Paul says.

Why We Do What We Do

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In one of Town Hall Meeting’s first conference calls, we talked about how consumer-driven we are as a nation, often at the expense of a debt-free, balanced life.

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The “why” of this behavior is closely examined by Peter C.

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Whybrow, director of the Neuropsychiatric Institute at UCLA, in his latest book, American Mania — When More Is Not Enough.

Whybrow examines the addictive consumption of the world’s most affluent nation and shows how people are so hooked into buying that they suffer epidemic rates of obesity, stress, depression and anxiety.

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Whybrow’s analysis looks at the roots of American culture as a laissez faire competitive free market economy and explores how the nation’s migrant temperament has created this environment.

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