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Even with Bush hiding out of town, the media has acknowledged the massive march through DC yesterday.

According to Truthout.org, C-Span says there were 500,000 marching. Citing unnamed organizers, the Washington Post reports that 300,000 people came, while Knight Ridder says 250,000, and the LA Times says 200,000. The New York Times names whom they talked to, but stays silent on the crowd size. Meanwhile, Reuters simply says "over 100,000." This additional story in the Washington Post says something about some of the marchers, and visitors to AfterDowningStreet.org will recognize some of the names.

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Opponents of the war in Iraq have rallied by the thousands to demand the return of US troops, staging a day of protest, song and remembrance of the dead in marches through Washington and other cities in the US and Europe.

http://www.mwcnews.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1493&It...

Bloggers are the MSM :o)

A television/internet news outfit which we, the people, will fund. They want to commence broadcasting in '06 and producing internet blurbs this year (I think). They won't be obliged to corporations, or governments. Have a look.

http://www.iwtnews.com/

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