Saturday, September 30, 2006

JSI Telecom J2033 Remote Line Console For Sale on eBay

JSI Telecom J2033 Remote Line Console For Sale on eBay for only $9.99 + $9.93 S/H
The JSI telecom J2033 remote line console features power, off hook, minimize/ack indicators, volume knob and headphone jack. It has serial, parallel, aux1 and 2, master and DNR ports. The console is in fairly good cosmetic condition with some scratches. It could not be tested and is being sold as-is. Take a close look at the pictures and place your bid. Please be sure to take a look at the other items we have available on our eBay auction site.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

JSI Telecom. No New Hires in 2006-2007

This implies if there i$ no money then there will be no new hire$.
No new hires = no new investment. Do you feel betrayed?
JSI annual benefits decreased by 30% in last two years.
$ales and profit negatively affected by US dollar rate.
JSI employees face good job market. :)

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Bush Wants More Wiretap Authority

President Bush urged Congress Thursday to give him "additional authority" to continue his administration's warrantless eavesdropping program. The speech was his latest effort in several days to mark the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001,attacks by framing the election-year national security debate to political and policy advantage.

Bush asserted that his administration has filled many of the security gaps exposed by the Sept. 11 attacks but said he needs more power to adapt to changes in the threat.

Pentagon Moves Toward Monitoring Media

The U.S. command in Baghdad is seeking bidders for a two-year, $20 million public relations contract that calls for monitoring the tone of Iraq news stories filed by U.S. and foreign media.

Proposals, due Sept. 6, ask companies to show how they'll "provide continuous monitoring and near-real time reporting of Iraqi, pan-Arabic, international, and U.S. media," according to the solicitation issued last week.

Contractors also will be evaluated on how they will provide analytical reports and customized briefings to the military, "including, but not limited to tone (positive, neutral, negative) and scope of media coverage."

The winner of the contract will likely also be required to develop an Arabic version of the multinational force's web site.

Attempts by The Associated Press to contact officials connected to the project via telephone and e-mail were not successful Thursday night.

The program comes during what has appeared to be a White House effort, before the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, to take the offensive against critics at a time of doubt about the future of Iraq.

President Bush addressed the American Legion's national convention in Salt Lake City on the issue Thursday, stressing that a U.S. pullout from iraq would lead to its conquest by America's worst enemies.

He continued a theme set by both Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice when they spoke to the administration-friendly group earlier in the week.

The military last year was criticized for a public relations program in Iraq that included hiring a consulting firm that paid Iraqi news media to carry news stories written by American troops.

Pentagon officials have defended the program as a necessary tool in the war on terror. But critics have said it contradicts American values of freedom of the press.


Potential NSA Wiretaps in Oregon Green Scare Case

Prosecutors in the Oregon 'Green Scare' case are stalling in their response to motions filed by defense counsel regarding whether there are potential NSA or FISA wiretaps used in the states' prosecution of defendants Daniel McGowan, Jonathan Paul, Nathan Block and Joyanna Zacher. A hearing before the judge is set for October 31st but the question remains, what is the prosecution hiding and what does the government fear is in those potential wiretaps?

Daniel McGowan's lawyers filed a brief in August demanding the US Attorney go to the NSA and FISA and see whether they have any wiretaps of the defendants in this case. The brief can be read at here.

At an August 22nd court hearing on the discovery motion, the US Attorney's office addressed the NSA wiretap issue, saying that they do not have clearance to present that discovery. They said they had contacted an attorney in the Counterterrorism Division, and that it would take up to three weeks for them to respond to the brief. McGowan's attorney, Amanda Lee, argued that the discovery request was filed in March, and specifically requested the NSA discovery. The US Attorney didn't file a response to that brief until early this month (August). Lee added that it was the US Attorney's responsibility to have a person from the NSA come to court and make representations. She said that the FISA court and FBI surveillance discovery had not been handed over, either. US attorney Peiffer responded by saying that the US Atty's office didn't have clearance for dealing with FISA materials either.

The media has been slow to get on this story but two weekly papers in Oregon, the Willamette Week and the Eugene Weekly, have published stories in the last two weeks.

Links to the Eugene Weekly and Willamette Week articles are below. The next court date in the case-set to discuss what wiretaps the NSA does or does not have on these defendants is set for October 31, 2006.

To help the defendants, please see Daniel McGowan's support page at, contact Nathan & Joyanna's team at, and see fellow non cooperating defendant in a seperate case, Briana Water's site at

There is also support information on and

Eye on ELF: Were eco-radicals illegally wire-tapped?
Eugene Weekly

George W Bush Inside the Matrix

The authoritative liberal answer to the Patriot Act, NSA wiretapping, Guantanamo Bay, and other outrageous excesses employed by G.W. Bush to unfairly harangue and harass young Middle Eastern men who speak Arabic, pray to Allah five times a day, and wear exploding shoelaces and or skull caps.

This Phone is Tapped

AT&T. Your world. Delivered. To the NSA.

The Listening = In ascolto => Echelon

void TheListening(){

//Estranged by the degree of corporate influence within the largest U.S. listening station in the
// world, an aging NSA officer defects and mounts a clandestine counter-listening station high in
// the Italian alps.


} catch{