The United Pro Choice Smokers Rights Newsletter

November 24, 2000 Issue # 95 The Smoker's Club, Inc.

1. The Best and Worst of Las Vegas

2. The Hitler Letter

3. D.C. Police Arrest Girl Who Ate Fries In Subway Station

4. Alliance for a Healthy New England ?!

5. Democracy Wall

6. Art & Tabac

7. Full Time Freedom

8. We Are Everyday People

9. From The Mailbag

Always bear in mind that your own resolution to success is more important than any other one thing.
- Abraham Lincoln

The Best and Worst of Las Vegas:
Food, Hotels & Casinos, Entertainment, Notes, Warning to all my handicapped friends... do not go to The Rio in Las Vegas

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The Hitler Letter:
... we used the power of government to keep our flocks healthy. We were disgusted by the addictive powers of cigarettes since both mind and body were supposed to belong to the Fuhrer.

D.C. Police Arrest Girl Who Ate Fries In Subway Station:
A 12-year-old girl was arrested, handcuffed and fingerprinted for eating french fries in a subway station after transit officials adopted a "zero tolerance" policy toward snacking on trains.

Alliance for a Healthy New England ?!
Will Government's Crusade Against Tobacco Work?:

Attempting to punish cigarette smoking with high taxes does little to reduce smoking.
New Hampshire Health Advocates Support Regional Cigarette Tax Increase: But it remains to be seen which of the six states will make the first move. In Vermont call Judith Stephany 802-863-7355 to let her know that price increases will not stop smoking!
Group Pushes Hike In Cigarette Tax To Pay For Health Care:
The alliance said it will press lawmakers in all six New England states to support a 50-cent increase.

Democracy Wall:
Virtual lawn posters / tags for the Nov. 27, 2000 Canadian federal election
What's New:
Pro-liberty and anti-liberty quotes.

Art & Tabac:
The battle for personal liberties and scientific integrity goes on at international level, and on all fronts, and not even art is an exception.

Full Time Freedom:
Promoting freedom through education.


We Are Everyday People:

George W's Victory Dance

Bill sings "Help."

Kerry Diotte:
Canadian journalist

Low Estrogen Linked To Heart Attack In Premenopausal Women: According to a study presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2000.

From The Mailbag:

Building special smoking rooms at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will cost nearly $1.4 million according to estimates submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration, almost double the 1998 estimate of $750,000 (Kentucky Post 11/15).

Zimbabwe's Tobacco Sales Floor figures reportedly show that this year's leaf sales recorded the lowest average price in four years at US$ 1.70/kg; compare 1997's US$ 2.33/kg. lGiving President Robert Mugabe permanent powers to seize white-owned farms for redistribution, the Zimbabwe Parliament passed the Land Acquisition Amendment Bill, effective immediately upon signing.

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