Chill Pill

Update 09/27/06
I am off to the Colorado Rockies’ ballgame and pre-free-buffet see ya tomorrow.
I have a reason to celebrate, I got a comment from ~barb @ pink love monkey today. It’s been nine months.
Welcome back ~barb!
Ok Kidz,
I am not going private.
I have too many friends here in Blogdom to do that.
It just very frustrating to have between 300 and 500 hits a week and no responses.
I did a reality check and ate a chill pill (so to speak) I just can’t live without you.  For those who are not responding, so what I can’t give you free rent in my head.  Life’s too short.
“Long Beach What A Long Strange Trip It Was”
I haven’t told any Grateful Dead stories lately  and I remembered one the other day because it’s Fall.  The Grateful Dead would always do West Coast shows during this time of year.
Back in the day, Fall 87 to be exact I was attending the three run stretch in Long Beach, CA.
At that time I was still involved in spreading enlightment through the miracle of LSD.
I was involved in the production of the dilution of LSD onto blotter paper and always had the dusty vials left over after the dip.
I saved these to dose Family members who could handle the undiluted pure trip.
LSD is the most powerful drug on the planet.  One gram will get 10,000 people tripping when handled correctly. It give creedence to the words from the Dead song, “Let it Grow,’ ‘Angels dancing on a pin!” A pin head is all you need for about 500mgs trip.  Standard doses are only 100mgs
I was on the second level of the Long Beach Auditorium wandering around administering the pure using a soda straw when out of nowhere two of Long Beaches finest suddenly put me in a thumb hold.
My friends around me flipped and so did I in a way.
The cop that didn’t have my thumb snatched the vial I was using to dose people and the cap.  The first thing I noticed was he had thumb inside the cap.  They took me to an area behind a curtain and searched me and found an additional vial. The second cop opened that and stuck his finger in it and tasted it.  All the while I was doing a mantra of, “Am I under arrest, I Am I under arrest.”  Since I was using a soda straw and the vials looked like the standard headshop cocaine variety and there was no substantial powder in either of them they remarked that I must be a fairly heavy coke user and it appears that he’s out of product (or words to that effect).  I was still in the mantra mode, one said to the other, “While I guess that this guy dosen’t want to see the show because he’s not in his seat.”  They led me downstairs and to a fire exit and threw me out.
Now given all the information I’ve given about, “Angels dancing on a pin” and the proximity of the policemen putting their thumb and finger in the cap and vial respectively those boys in blue were going to be flying high in about 15 minutes after my departure from the show.
When I originally went in the show I had placed a day pack near the speakers in the hallway that the Dead provided for the spinners and dancers to allow them space to do their thing.
I went around to the front entrance where I saw a sargent of the LBPD and told him that I was thrown out of the show for smoking pot.  From where we were standing by the door and I could see my pack.  I asked him if he would walk me into the show to retrieve it.  He agreed.  He led me in with his hand on my shoulder so I wouldn’t run ,I picked up my pack and exited with him.  In the meantime at least 50 people I knew saw me and thought I was under arrest.
I went immediately to the psychedelic school bus of a friend of mine and changed into different attire (I didn’t want to take any chances of being recognized). When the show let out the Family had already raised $10,000 cash to bail me out.  It’s was good to know that the other Deadheads cared.
To this day I often wondered how the two uniforms on the second floor faired.  I checked the local paper the next day and there was no mention of dancing angel badges dancing on a pin.
Wayward Bill
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A Victory in Challenge to Ohio Patriot Act

In a challenge to the Ohio Patriot Act, the Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that attorneys seeking to represent indigent clients are no longer required to sign documents swearing that they are not terrorists and have no involvement with terrorist groups.

“The Ohio Patriot Act is an assault on the fundamental liberties of all Ohioans. Hopefully, this decision is a stepping stone to reining in this overreaching and flawed law,” said ACLU of Ohio Executive Director Christine Link.

Since the Ohio Patriot Act was enacted on April 14, 2006, the ACLU of Ohio has been inundated with questions and requests for aide from business professionals, lawyers, academics and various private companies who have all been forced to sign the terrorism oaths.

The court specifically ruled that requiring the pledges from court-appointed attorneys fell outside of the act’s definition of those who should sign the pledges.

When first introduced in the Ohio General Assembly in 2005, the Ohio Patriot Act came under intense scrutiny from civil rights, public advocacy and community groups because of concerns of racial and ethnic profiling, increased bureaucracy and ineffective practices to prevent terrorist attacks in Ohio. Recently, the terrorism oath provision has come under fire from members of the state government because it has led to increased workloads, less government transparency and widespread confusion over who is required to sign the pledges.

Female and Minority Custodians in New York Can Keep Benefits

A federal judge in Brooklyn upheld job benefits for female and minority school custodians in a case that has been in the courts for the past ten years. The ACLU represented 22 of 59 custodians who were awarded benefits in 1999.

“This decision will allow hard-working women and minority custodians in the city of New York to keep their benefits and their jobs,” “For decades, women and people of color were effectively cut out of the custodian recruitment process in New York City schools. This settlement is an important and necessary way of creating equal opportunities in the workplace,” said Emily Martin, Deputy Director of the ACLU Women’s Rights Project.

At issue is the 1999 settlement agreement in U.S. v. New York City Board of Education on behalf of women and minority custodians. The agreement ended a lawsuit in which the Justice Department had accused the Board of Education of employment discrimination on the basis of race and sex in its recruitment and hiring of permanent custodians and custodian engineers. The agreement awarded the few women and minorities working in provisional jobs as custodians retroactive seniority and permanent employment status. Until then, the custodian positions had gone almost exclusively to white men.

In a 91-page decision, Judge Frederic Block of the Eastern District of New York called the case “a veritable tour de force of virtually every aspect of affirmative action law in the employment arena” and agreed that the awards given in the 1999 settlement were an appropriate remedy for past discrimination in employing custodians.

Click here to read the court’s decision.

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Call While It Counts: Tell Congress Not to Rubberstamp Bush Abuses

This is a make or break week for civil liberties. With mid-term elections looming, some leaders in Congress who appeared poised to stand up to the Bush Administration’s abuse of power have made “compromises” that sell out fundamental civil liberties to political expediency.

As a result, there are votes due this week on un-American legislation to expand the government’s power to spy on innocent citizens and to strip the most basic due process protections from U.S. detainees.

There are two things you can do right now to make the voice of liberty and reason heard in Congress this week:

1. Call your Senators and representatives

2. Ask five friends to call as well

The proposals being voted on this week by your Members of Congress are truly frightening. If Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist has his way, we could see a nightmare “Big Brother” bill that combines a rubber stamp for warrantless domestic spying on phone calls and emails with new torture and detention tactics that would gut the Geveva Conventions by diluting the War Crimes Act, taking away checks on the president’s power and staining our nation’s legacy as the standard bearer for the protection of human rights.

Phone calls from constituents make an impact because Members of Congress know that when one of their constituents takes the time to pick up the phone and call, they mean business.

Thousands and thousands of liberty-loving people across America are calling Congress today—because they know the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Please take action today. And then use our special Doonesbury eCard and ask five friends to take action.

To read more about these bills, go here.

Special Message from John Dean: Don’t Let America Be Held Hostage By the Authoritarians

Speak Out in Washington, D.C., Oct. 15-17

John Dean

Over 30 years ago, I walked in to the Oval Office and told Richard Nixon there was a cancer growing on his presidency. Never, in my lifetime, did I expect to see activities in the White House that are, in fact, much worse than Watergate. No one died, or was tortured, or was kidnapped, or imprisoned indefinitely without being charged, or hidden in a secret prison because of Nixon’s abuses of power. By comparison, Nixon’s warrantless wiretapping was trifling. Nixon employed warrantless searches to uncover national security leaks in a handful of situations. Bush and Cheney, on the other hand, openly defy the law to undertake covert surveillance of thousands upon thousands of Americans.

Similarly, the secrecy of the Nixon White House pales in comparison to that of the Bush/Cheney White House. Had Nixon attempted to gag the body politic by portraying his critics as un-American, as Bush and Cheney have done since 9/11, the mainstream news media would have eviscerated him. Yet today they tolerate, and even encourage, such actions by Bush and Cheney. We have never before had an authoritarian, fear-mongering and media-manipulating presidency such as the likes of Bush and Cheney, which so easily bullies the American people and its representatives into compliance.

With zero Congressional oversight, the current administration has been able to abuse the powers of the executive branch so radically that our democracy is in serious danger. In lying to Congress about his reasons for going to war in Iraq, and defying the war crimes law, the president commited impeachable offenses. Instead of demanding the president comply with the rule of law, his compatriots on Capitol Hill seek to rewrite the laws to make such illegal actions permissible. It is all quite remarkable. As long as the president believes he can get away with his actions, he figures the rest of us can go to hell.

Instead, I urge you to go to Washington, D.C. October 15-17 for the ACLU Membership Conference.

That’s where I am headed to join other concerned citizens for leadership discussions and workshops on a range of civil liberties issues, including the abuse of power. We will also be visiting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to let them know we want democracy, not dictatorship, in America.

Don’t let America be held hostage by the authoritarians. Attend the ACLU membership conference and help restore checks and balances to our government.

Take Action: Tell Congress to Honor Our Nation’s Tradition of Religious Liberty!

Over the years, the ACLU, with the support of its members, has had great success protecting religious liberty and the separation of church and state that is so crucial to the health of democracy.

Now, frustrated by our ability to defend religious freedom so effectively in the courts, our opponents have gone on the offensive with a dangerous legislative attack designed to slam the courtroom door shut in the face of those who seek to protect their religious freedom.

The so-called “Public Expression of Religion Act” (PERA), which has already been approved by the House Judiciary Committee, would bar the recovery of attorneys’ fees to those who win lawsuits asserting their constitutional and civil rights in cases brought under the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.

The ability to recover attorneys’ fees in civil rights and constitutional cases, including Establishment Clause cases, is necessary to help protect the religious freedom of all Americans and to keep religion government-free. People who successfully prove the government has violated their constitutional rights would, under the bill, be required to pay their own legal fees—often totaling tens, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. Few citizens can afford to do so. But more importantly, citizens should not be required to do so where the court finds that the government has violated their rights and engaged in unconstitutional behavior.

The elimination of attorneys’ fees would also deter attorneys from taking cases in which the government has acted unconstitutionally. In many cases, religious minorities would be unable to obtain legal representation to defend them in instances when their religious freedom has been violated by the government. The bill would apply even to cases involving illegal religious coercion of public school children or blatant discrimination against particular religions.

Outrageously—but not surprisingly—proponents of the bill are purposefully misleading Congress and the American public by spreading myths that religious symbols on gravestones at military cemeteries will be threatened without passage of PERA. In fact, religious symbols on grave markers in military cemeteries, including Arlington National Cemetery, are entirely constitutional. Religious symbols on personal gravestones are vastly different from government-sponsored religious symbols or religious symbols on government-owned property.

Religious liberty and the ability to sue the government when it denies our rights are cornerstones of our democracy.

Please take action on this dangerous bill today.

Harsh Immigration and Criminal Justice Bills Before Congress

In this final week before members of Congress leave Washington to campaign for mid-term elections, Republicans are looking to score political points by pushing through harsh crime and anti-immigrant measures that undermine due process and flout the very freedoms America represents.

Just last week, the House of Representatives passed a package of “get tough” anti-immigrant measures that would, among other things: broaden the constitutionally dubious practice of indefinite detention; expand the unjust practice of expedited removal—deportation without a lawyer, hearing, or court review; authorize state and local police to enforce federal immigration laws; and make it more difficult to sue the government for violating immigrants’ rights. The Senate could vote on these measures this week.

In addition to the anti-immigration legislation, there is an effort to pass several harsh criminal justice bills. This package of Judiciary Committee legislation would include new federal death penalties, mandatory minimum sentences and further restrictions on federal habeas corpus proceedings.

It is quite possible that Republican leaders will attempt to attach any or all of these bills to the must-pass Department of Homeland Security (DHS) funding bill—daring Democrats to vote against it. But lawmakers should not undermine our civil rights and civil liberties as an election-year strategy.

Please call your members of Congress today and urge them to pass a “clean” DHS appropriations bill and oppose any attempts to attach legislation that would undermine our fundamental freedoms.

ACLU Screens Two New Films on Censorship and Artistic Expression

The IFC documentary “This Film Is Not Yet Rated,” is an unprecedented exposé of the film ratings system and its profound impact on American culture. The film underscores the need for a robust national conversation on free speech and the dangers of allowing government agencies or other groups to censor works of art and entertainment.

At a recent screening, co-host and ACLU President Nadine Strossen discussed the film and the issues with Oscar-winning director Kirby Dick, NCAC Executive Director Joan Bertin, critic Owen Gleiberman and filmmakers Mary Harron and Michael Tucker. The event was also hosted by the National Coalition Against Censorship and The Independent Film Channel. You can learn more about the history of film censorship and freedom of expression, and watch IFC’s video of the screening at:

This month the ACLU and NYCLU also co-hosted a screening of The U.S. vs. John Lennon. The documentary from Lion’s Gate films flashes back to a time of increasingly unpopular war, a restive public, a president engaged in secret surveillance, and the world-famous musician who spoke out in protest and came under fire. The screening was followed with a panel discussion featuring Art Eisenberg, Legal Director of the NYCLU; Jameel Jaffer, ACLU attorney; Eve Cary, who represented the NYCLU and ACLU during John Lennon’s deportation hearings; and Joe Treen, who wrote a series of articles about the Lennon INS hearings for Rolling Stone.

In the past and today, the U.S. government has used visa denials and deportations to suppress the freedom of ideas. For more about the ACLU’s challenge to ideological exclusion go to: And to learn more about the new documentary The U.S. vs. John Lennon, visit the film’s web site at:

These screenings were the latest in an ongoing series of ACLU film events to spark dialogue and raise awareness about fundamental civil liberties and civil rights issues. Our first screening, The Road to Guantánamo, was held in June.


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  Dear William,

You can’t trust Republicans on national security — and two things proved it yesterday:

1) In a powerful interview that aired yesterday, President Bill Clinton took on the extremist Republican propaganda about 9/11 — and Fox News tried to cover up the fact that the Bush administration downgraded terrorism as a priority before September 11th and has failed to eliminate Osama bin Laden since the attacks.

2) An explosive report on the still-classified National Intelligence Estimate states that the “invasion and occupation of Iraq has helped spawn a new generation of Islamic radicalism and that the overall terrorist threat has grown since the Sept. 11 attacks” — and Republicans have been trying to cover it up.

This is what we’re fighting against every day — an administration covering up of the Bush failure of 9/11 and covering up an honest look at the war in Iraq and the war on terror.

You know that Democrats have a real plan for destroying Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, fixing the mess in Iraq, and really securing us at home.

But we’ve always had those things — the problem until now has been our willingness to stand up and fight for them in the face of fear mongering, bullying and intimidation from the other side.

That’s why we’re going on the offense on national security. The future of our party, and of our country, depends on the ability of Democrats to get a strong national security message out in all 50 states this year. Donate to make it happen and watch President Clinton fight back now:

Here’s the meat of the Fox News interview with President Clinton, where he’s had enough of the right-wing revisionist history from the propaganda machine:

CLINTON: I’m being asked this on the Fox network. ABC just had a right-wing conservative run in their little Pathway to 9/11, falsely claiming it was based on the 9/11 Commission report, with three things asserted against me directly contradicted by the 9/11 Commission report. … And I think it’s very interesting that all the conservative Republicans, who now say I didn’t do enough, claimed that I was too obsessed with bin Laden. All of President Bush’s neo-cons thought I was too obsessed with bin Laden. They had no meetings on bin Laden for nine months after I left office. All the right-wingers who now say I didn’t do enough said I did too much — same people.

Over a quarter million Americans stood up to ABC and beat back the right-wing Republican 9/11 propaganda that tries to cover up the Bush administration’s huge failures to protect America before and after the attacks.

Yesterday Bill Clinton did exactly what Democrats need to do in this election — to stand up to the right-wing and tell the truth. We will not let the Republicans twist history and distort reality.

We’re sick of playing defense against a Republican leadership that uses national security to scare people to win elections. We’re not going to be pushed around, spun, and defamed by right-wing extremists and those whom they use to disseminate their propaganda.

Our plan for this election is to go on the offense — to talk straight about the Republican failures and lay out a clear Democratic plan to take American foreign policy and national security in a better direction.

Watch President Clinton and donate now to Democrats who will fight back:

We have a fundamentally different vision for our security than the Party of Bush. We want a new direction in Iraq, more competent security at home, and the restoration of America’s moral leadership in the world.

They failed to capture or kill Osama bin Laden, and five years after September 11th he still lives to taunt Americans.

They squandered America’s moral authority and global leadership by launching a war of choice in Iraq instead of fighting the war on al Qaeda.

The calls of the 9/11 Commission Report and Hurricane Katrina simply did not awaken Republican leaders to our continuing vulnerabilities at home.

We’ve had enough, and we’re going to run an honest campaign about the security of our country. People are smart and ready for real leadership — will you make a donation right now to help get the message out?

Republicans have won two elections since 9/11 by instilling fear in people, and they’re trying to do it again this year.

But it’s not going to work. The Bush policies have failed. Iraq is sliding into civil war. Iran and North Korea are more dangerous than they were five and a half years ago. And the Taliban resurgence poses new threats in Afghanistan.

As President Clinton said on Fox News that we have a government “that thinks Afghanistan is only one-seventh as important as Iraq.”

People have had enough. This administration cannot be trusted with our security.

Democrats are going to reclaim American leadership with a tough, smart plan to transform failed policies in Iraq, the Middle East and around the world.

We will increase the size of Special Forces to destroy Osama Bin Laden and terrorist networks like al Qaeda. We will implement the bipartisan 9/11 Commission proposal to secure America’s borders and ports and screen every container. And we will fully man, train, and equip our National Guard and our police, firefighters and other first responders.

Let’s get this message out to Americans who need to hear it:

When it comes to national security, the Republicans have not led.

We will.

Thank you,

Gov. Howard Dean, M.D.
Democratic National Committee

P.S. — Below are a few excerpts from President Clinton’s interview. To make a donation to Democrats across the country committed to beating back right-wing propaganda, click here:

Excerpts from President Bill Clinton’s interview on Fox News:

“I’m being asked this on the Fox network. ABC just had a right-wing conservative run in their little Pathway to 9/11, falsely claiming it was based on the 9/11 Commission report, with three things asserted against me directly contradicted by the 9/11 Commission report. …

“And I think it’s very interesting that all the conservative Republicans, who now say I didn’t do enough, claimed that I was too obsessed with bin Laden. All of President Bush’s neo-cons thought I was too obsessed with bin Laden. They had no meetings on bin Laden for nine months after I left office. All the right-wingers who now say I didn’t do enough said I did too much — same people. …

“…I worked hard to try to kill him. I authorized a finding for the CIA to kill him. We contracted with people to kill him. I got closer to killing him than anybody has gotten since. And if I were still president, we’d have more than 20,000 troops there trying to kill him. …

“Now, I’ve never criticized President Bush, and I don’t think this is useful. But you know we do have a government that thinks Afghanistan is only one-seventh as important as Iraq. …

“And you ask me about terror and al Qaeda with that sort of dismissive thing? When all you have to do is read Richard Clarke’s book to look at what we did in a comprehensive, systematic way to try to protect the country against terror. …

“And you’ve got that little smirk on your face and you think you’re so clever. But I had responsibility for trying to protect this country. I tried and I failed to get bin Laden. I regret it. But I did try. And I did everything I thought I responsibly could. …

“The entire military was against sending Special Forces in to Afghanistan and refueling by helicopter. And no one thought we could do it otherwise, because we could not get the CIA and the FBI to certify that al Qaeda was responsible while I was President. …

“They had three times as much time to deal with it, and nobody ever asks them about it. I think that’s strange.”

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10 Responses to Chill Pill

  1. Jane says:

    I didn’t hit and run! I’m leaving a message and wishing you well.

  2. Charles says:

    I have been on holidays so I had a excuse he he. Sounds scarry this bill about privacy, hopefully the good people of USA rise up and be heard on that one, I don’t need a "big Brother" as a neighbour. Anyways just stopped by to say Hi! Have a Great week.

  3. 汶汶 says:

    thank you for ur visiting

  4. Lynore says:

    LOL!! I love the stories with a psychedelic school bus!! I’m glad you’re not going private either 😉

  5. Barbara says:

    Hi Bill, Missed you too!  Luv, B+

  6. Susie says:

    Hi Bill,
    Thank you so much for your wonderful comment:)  I hope to be able to pop in more in the future…
    Take care,

  7. Kristianne says:

    Ah Bill…I luvs ya, I does!
    If you go private, make sure you let me in. I know I don’t make my rounds much anymore but I still do pay a visit when I can.
    As for all the politics…it’s hurting my head between you and Kevin! LOL!

  8. no esta disponible says:

    i keep saying that ur space is like online news… and i like when u say not music for all this months for the 9 11 victims…
    good for u make this… and look. my last blog entry was about the music…how this make u change when u are sad..
    well. is different way to think right?…
    by the way… i know many people enter on our space and they dont say nothing… but u know.. the important is give our best wisher and keep to inform others about what we do and think.. take care!!

  9. peggy says:

    Wayward Bill how do you feel about drugs nowdays. Didn’t you every do time in jail?
    Just curious?
    Gentle B.

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