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  War Clubs
Club swinging is an ancient warrior art associated with the Aryan gods of India and once widely taught by American physical educators at the turn-of-the-century.
Indian clubs increase the momentum of the pendulum (this is the circular nature of club swinging).
The evolutions which the clubs are made to perform, in the hands of one accustomed to their use, are exceedingly graceful, and they vary almost without limit.
www.ihpra.org /war_clubs.htm   (1176 words)

 Cudgel War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Club War (also Cudgel War, Finnish Nuijasota, Swedish Klubbekriget) was a 1596 peasant uprising in the kingdom of Sweden against the exploitation by the nobility and military in what is today Finland.
The war started in southern Ostrobothnia on the 25th of November in 1596.
Though it mainly was a war between the Finnish nobility, mainly Swedish-speaking and of Swedish origin, and the peasant population, mainly but not entirely Finnish speaking.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Club_War   (677 words)

 Sierra Club Rift Opens Over Stance on Iraq
The Sierra Club is threatening to disband a Utah chapter whose leaders are speaking out against the U.S. threat of invading Iraq, openly defying a decision by the venerable environmental group to avoid a formal stance on the war issue.
Although the club hasn't taken a poll, the Glen Canyon group says its views mirror those of most of the 700,000 members and should be reflected in the organization's official position on war with Iraq.
Sierra Club officials said privately that nothing is likely to happen to the board members of the Utah group unless they force the issue by ratcheting up their criticisms.
www.commondreams.org /cgi-bin/print.cgi?file=/headlines02/1203-06.htm   (792 words)

 i-Club -- Forums - War Supporters Follow Anti-War Rallies
Sure it's your right and sure you may not support the war but denouncing your government in public in that manner is just disrespectful to the troops on the ground.
If America were not behind the war in it's infancy (at least a majority) it would have never passed in Congress as the people that voted for it are essentially an extension of the citizens they represent.
I think this whole perception of the war is merely a paradox of the changing ethics in America.
www.i-club.com /forums/showthread.php?t=112766   (3658 words)

 War Clubs
Among the Timucuans the distal ends of their war clubs were carved in a flat, spatulate shape with sharp edges.
The Natchez war club was shaped like a cutlass, but with a three-inch ball carved on the back of the distal end of the club.
Gunstock and ball head war clubs are shown, along with guns, swords, tomahawks, lances, and archery equipment.
amohkali.southeasterntrading.com /warclubs.htm   (430 words)

 Guinea Pig Club - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Guinea Pig Club was formed of patients of Archibald McIndoe at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex who underwent reconstructive plastic surgery during the World War II generally after receiving burn injuries in aircraft.
During the Battle of Britain, most of the patients were fighter pilots but by end of the war, a total of around 80% of the members of the club were from bomber crews of RAF Bomber Command.
The president of the club is Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Guinea_Pig_Club   (742 words)

 Points Summer Book Club: War and peace
So long as people experience war as a paint ball game we are subject to stumbling into the real thing every other generation or so.
Adding to the fog is the tendency of the military to get directions from antiquated road maps, to underestimate the ferocity of technology because their technology is itself classified.
I don’t believe wars are inevitable, but I find it difficult to transcend the message in Barbara Tushman’s masterful “The March of Folly”.
bookclub.beloblog.com /archives/2007/07/war_and_peace.html   (907 words)

 Blog Club: War Presidents:or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Romans?
Discounting entirely the Cold War and just focusing on major conflicts in the 20th Century it is hard to think about Presidents who have not been “War Presidents.” But I just don’t remember the rest of them making it a campaign slogan.
The other reason that Bush seems to be claiming that he is a War President is so the dismal state of the economy really can’t be blamed on him.
But wait, the costs of the War(s) {War on Terrorism, Afghanistan, and Iraq} have to be good for at least the military industrial complex.
blogranger.typepad.com /blogclub/2004/02/war_presidentso.html   (669 words)

 MBCL Cigar Club - War is hell!
One of the first encounters of the ground war was more like a massacre than a fight.
The marines then moved forward, their officers saying they were determined to push on as quickly as possible for Baghdad.
The first air strike on Baghdad, and Mr Bush's announcement that the war was under way, appeared to catch US officers in the Kuwait desert by surprise.
www.mbcl.org /Forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=693   (567 words)

 Native American War Weapons made by Mountain Spirit Flutes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
These clubs are replicas of or based on historical clubs from Southeastern tribes.
If you would like to order a war club or have a question, email us at: msflutes@mountainspiritflutes.net or phone us at: 423-638-5750.
A club very similar to this one is documented to have come from an overhill Cherokee town in the late 1700's.
mountainspiritflutes.com /Warclubs.asp   (249 words)

 Number Club: A Game of Place Value
Club War: At the end of a round (all players have made a 3-digit number), any player may shout "Clubs" if all the cards in a row or column are clubs.
If there is a Club War, all players must turn their cards over on the Number Club Mat and play the round again.
By handling it this way, "war" is considered a fun, chance event that does not compromise the place value content.
edweb.sdsu.edu /courses/edtec670/Cardboard/Card/N/NumberClub.html   (1045 words)

 Event Archive: Al Gore - Commonwealth Club
Membership in The Commonwealth Club of California is open to all individuals and organizations interested in cultural and public affairs.
We are proposing to cross an international border and, however justified it may be, we have to recognize that the difference in the circumstances now compared to what existed in 1991 has profound implications for the way the rest of the world views what we are doing.
There is a case to be made that further delay only works to Saddam Hussein's advantage, and the clock should be seen to have been running on the issue of compliance for a decade, therefore not needing to be reset again to the starting point.
www.commonwealthclub.org /archive/02/02-09gore-speech.html   (4269 words)

 The forgotten veterans: Once-neglected monument in South Park honors war nurses
Although the original mission of the nurses club was to promote educational opportunities for nurses and develop community interest in nursing, it later added commemorating war nurses to its list.
Like other club members, Blanc had participated in the military's nurse cadet program and had committed herself to war service, but the war ended before she could get there.
World War I nurses were the first military nurses to deal with wounds that were not the result of personalized combat, but rather of machine guns and poisonous gases.
www.post-gazette.com /neigh_south/20021107snurses1107p3.asp   (1167 words)

 AlterNet: The Sierra Club's Civil War
What resulted were three separate national club resolutions--one that instead condemned Iraqi aggression and called for the dismantling of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, another that encouraged club members to focus on energy policies, and a third that forbade club members from using the club's name to make public statements about military conflicts.
The club didn't release its November resolutions to the media as it normally does, and it wasn't until the Glen Canyon Four threw the first grenade in the club's latest sagebrush rebellion that most members heard about the resolutions.
Still frustrated by the club's seeming lack of progressive ideals, Sierra Club members, led by the Glen Canyon Four, are banding together to introduce a strongly worded anti-war referendum that the general membership will vote on in the spring, likely after war breaks out.
www.alternet.org /story.html?StoryID=14914   (4194 words)

 Virtual Stamp Club - Korean War Stamp
For airline pilot and Gulf War veteran John Alli, taking the photograph was a case of honoring his father upon his retirement from 40 years of government service, including time serving in Korea.
The stamp was launched Sunday, July 27, during the Defense Department's ceremony commemorating the end of the Korea War 50 years ago.
The Korean War, a 33-cent stamp, was issued in 1999 as part of the 1950s "Celebrate The Century" stamp pane.
www.virtualstampclub.com /korea_vet.html   (453 words)

 Tug of War
Holland Tug of War Club from Barton under Needwood were in action at Melton Mowbray at the weekend, competing in the first of six legs of the Tug of War Federation of Great Britain’s, National League.
Holland Tug of War Club from Barton under Needwood were one of three English clubs taking part in the tournament and were delighted to come away as Bronze medallists in the 660 kilos event.
Club Coach, Steve Gardner, said, “It is going to be a long hard season ahead of us, but the team are up for it, and we will continue to train hard to prepare for the challenge ahead”.
www.barton-under-needwood.org.uk /tug_of_war.html   (7533 words)

 Jeffrey St. Clair: The War Club
The Sierra Club, the organization he almost single-handedly built into a global green powerhouse, has become so cowardly since his death two years ago that now it refuses even take a stand against war, which Brower believed to be the ultimate environmental nightmare.
The most disgusting internal crackdown came last year in a spiteful attack on Moisha Blechman, a Sierra Club activist in New York City, who was smeared with accusations of the most scurrilous kind, mainly because she was too green for the cautious twerps who run the Club.
And apparently war is okay with the Club as long as it's the result of a consensus process (even if the UN consensus was brokered by bullying and bribery)-although how the environment suffers any less under this feel-good scenario remains a mystery.
www.counterpunch.org /stclair1212.html   (2155 words)

 World War Chess Club
The World War Chess Club reserve the right to change this policy at any time by notifying guests of the existence of a new privacy policy.
The World War Chess Club reserves the right to monitor, and disclose to, government officials or law enforcement, without your consent, any communications and personally identifiable information, whenever prompted to do so, by legal authorities, even when you have requested that your information not be disclosed to third parties.
The World War Chess Club will use reasonable efforts to honor your requests, but we appreciate your patience in allowing us a reasonable amount of time for processing.
www.worldwarchess.com /privacy1.htm   (753 words)

 Transcript of Tim Robbins Speech to the National Press Club
And the most frightening thing about the weekend was the amount of times we were thanked for speaking out against the war because that individual speaking thought it unsafe to do so in their own community, in their own life.
Another relative tells me of a school board decision to cancel a civics event that was proposing to have a moment of silence for those who have died in the war because the students were including dead Iraqi civilians in their silent prayer.
We demand that war be painstakingly realized on the screen, but that war remain imagined and conceptualized in real life.
www.commondreams.org /views03/0416-01.htm   (2104 words)

 War Club
King Philip's war club was known to be in the possession of his descendants by 1842.
The club is made from the ball root of a maple tree.
The club is inlaid with white and purple wampum.
www.bio.umass.edu /biology/conn.river/warclub.html   (676 words)

 Lismore Dogs of War - An Archive
Lismore Dogs of War was first established in September 2003 by Malcolm Clark and Tony Methven.
The move was voted on by club members to increase membership & to capture the synergy in locating in a store that's core business included Games Workshop products.
The move required the club to set-up a new constitution this was adopted by club members on the 17th October, 2004.
spike.scu.edu.au /~warhammer   (279 words)

 Has the Drug War Created an Officer Liars' Club?
Because the political rhetoric described a holy war in which evil had to be defeated, questioning police tactics was equivalent to supporting drug abuse.
The eroding integrity of law-enforcement officers and the resulting decrease in public credibility are costs of the drug war yet to be acknowledged.
The vast majority of police forces are still being pushed into waging a war against drugs by politicians who ignore history and mislead the public into believing such a war can be won.
www.leap.cc /publications/mcnamara/liarsclub.htm   (921 words)

 The History Of War
Among the topics you will find here are wars, battle formations, weapons, casualty reports, leaders, uniforms, heroes, maps, division names, and much more for every major war in history.
Newsletters always include but are not limited to the topics of battles, battle formations, weapons used, uniforms, leaders, and statistics for each war.
The History Of War Club is design for anyone who loves to learn about warfare.
www.geocities.com /histofwar   (326 words)

 Civil War buffs - Club Stogie Cigar Discussion Forum
Club Stogie Cigar Discussion Forum > Non Cigar Specialty Forums > Everything but cigars...
For any Civil War enthusiasts in the DC area, let me invite you to the Ball's Bluff battlefield, just outside of Leesburg, Virginia, for one of our tours.
Our wars are lost on the home front, by citizens that do not realize, or possibly do not care that they are giving aid, comfort and encouragement to the enemy.
www.clubstogie.com /vb/showthread.php?p=535337   (1217 words)

 |::: Mid-America's Ultimate Battle Of The Bands :::|
Club Wars is a battle of the bands tournament.
Billed as Mid-America's Ultimate Battle Of The Bands, Club Wars has been held at nightclubs and venues in the Kansas City area and surrounding region since the Spring of 2002.
The results of the fan and judge scores from the Fall Club Wars can be found on the STANDINGS PAGE.
www.clubwars.net   (167 words)

 The Belmont Club: Pre-war Intelligence
Everyone in the known universe knew deep in their dirty little hearts that the reason for the war was to prevent a (eventually) nuclear-armed Saddam Hussein from controlling "ALL" of the Middle-Eastern oil.
I agree: the major PR problem was that the Administration allowed the legal case, based primarily on failure to comply with the cease-fire, and the strategic argument - that the current mafiosi running Middle Eastern governments must be wacked - to be ellided, ultimately resulting in the former eclipsing the latter.
The problem was that they had already launched their war sales jubilee with the arresting image of a smoking gun in the shape of a mushroom cloud.
fallbackbelmont.blogspot.com /2005/11/pre-war-intelligence.html   (12194 words)

 Bush arrested in Canada for war crimes - Club Lexus Forums
Irwin Cotler, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, had began an investigation into the alleged crimes of the Bush administration on the basis of reports prepared by human rights organizations, journalists and scholars as well as recent decisions by U.S. courts.
The charges were initially drafted by a group called Lawyers Against the War (LAW) and then adopted by Canadian prosecutors.
According to polls, Canadians are strongly opposed to the Iraq war and disagree with many of the president's domestic and foreign policies.
www.clublexus.com /forums/showthread.php?t=142760   (1393 words)

 War - Club Penguin Wiki - a Wikia wiki
During a war, penguins take sides with the group of their choosing, usually by changing colors and/or clothing, and throw snowballs at the opposing groups.
Many variants also appear during the war, such as having a group "princess" or "prince", who is often pretending to be trapped.
For example, at one war, a "princess" was trapped in fictional quicksand and had to be rescued by saying a "spell", which in reality, was more like a password.
clubpenguin.wikia.com /wiki/War   (734 words)

 Conservative Book Club: War Stories: Operation Iraqi Freedom by Oliver North
In War Stories: Operation Iraqi Freedom he sweeps aside the empty, second-hand chatter of liberal pundits to give you a riveting, eyewitness account of the heroism, courage, and unflagging patriotism of the American military forces that ended Saddam Hussein's bloody tyranny.
This isn't a book about generals and admirals; North introduces you to the young warriors who put their lives on the line -- the victors who now hope that their stunning triumph won't be stolen from them by naysayers, critics, and the antiwar crowd.
With the authority of an eyewitness and a combat veteran, North succinctly skewers the conventional view of the Iraq war, asking simply: "What quagmire?" He unblinkingly refutes accusations of Pentagon planning blunders, shortages of food, fuel, and ammunition, rejection by the Iraqi people, and the expectations of huge American casualties.
www.conservativebookclub.com /products/BookPage.asp?prod_cd=c6405   (1001 words)

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