Stories of Support
The North Carolina General Assembly on Monday honored U.S. forces stationed in
North Carolina who are fighting in the war against terrorism.
Public outcry keeps flags flying on Portland firetrucks.
April 4, in Toronto
Photos of the San Diego Rally, March 29 - 30.
April 3, 2003 ... This morning
in San Diego, California at the
QualCom Stadium, people gathered
to form a
human Yellow Ribbon
be sent to our service members so
they will know that we are out here
for them. Look for one near you.
Aussie poll shows significant increase in voter support for Iraq campaign.
Reported by www.sky.com.
"In February, 75% of voters were against a strike on Iraq without United Nations
backing. A new poll showed 50% of voters now support the war."
Seattle PI reports in story on public reactions that poll shows approval.
"About 7 in 10 Americans said the US-led military campaign was the right thing to do,
and overall approval of the President remained high at about 71%, according to the daily
survey conducted March 20-24."
Rallies in support of America in Washington,
Richmond, VA, and other cities across the nation
The "Rally for America" in Cleveland drew 10,000 -
in Houston, another 10,000 - in San Antonio, 8,000 - thousands more
in Oklahoma, Nashville, etc. National media seem to find these rallies
too insignificant to report. See the
NewsMax article for details.
A Gallup Poll shows strong American support
for the war.
Two thousand people turned out in Cincinnati
at the Support Our Soldiers rally.
There are lots of demonstrations in support of the troops:
"Have You Forgotten", by Tennessee country singer
Darryl Worley is climbing the charts.
Here's another support demonstration in
Milwaukee, where snow and freezing cold didn't
keep people home.
R & R
A farmer in Lawrenceburg, TN, carved out a
map of the US in his cornfield. Here's an
Waves carry surfer 18 miles in overnight ordeal.
Two ospreys cuddle in their nest atop a
billboard in the Florida Keys.
Cricket World Cup 2003
The World Cup in
Stu's Comic Strip Connection,
all the major comic strips available on the internet.
After 50 days at sea, the Navy cuts loose with a few brews:
Beer Day at Sea
Iditarod 31 -2003-