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Monday, May 08, 2006

WHERE'S THE FOURTH ESTATE WHEN THE COUNTRY NEEDS IT? NO WONDER NEWSPAPERS ARE LOSING OUT TO BLOGGERS AND OTHER INTERNET NEWS SOURCES... A REAL SHAME

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Pointed Questions on Iraq Often Come From "the People,"Not the Press
tells it like it is, unfortunately. The conventional news media has
become nothing more than a filleted fish: spineless. Thomas
Jefferson would rollover in his grave at what has happened to
his cherished preserver of freedom and democracy: the press...

BY GREG MITCHELL

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Bush Setting up Attack on Iran is a chronical of the
identical drumbeat that led to the invasion of Iraq.
We'll never learn from history, much less our own mistakes.
Perhaps history should be stricken from the course
curriculum at most schools. Apparently, it's a useless
subject. The only thing history does is to assure us that
in fact history does repeat itself. That's abundantly clear,
I'm afraid...

BY MARJORIE COHN

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Liberty Beat

CIA Secret Prisons Exposed

The disappeared: Are they dead? Are they alive?
Ask Congress. Ask the president.

by Nat Hentoff

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Bored in the U.S.A.

Axl Rose's refusal to release a new record is a powerful
work of art all its own.

by Neil Shah

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This Modern World

Tom Tomorrow: Everybody Knows Bush Is Lying . . .

by Tom Tomorrow

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Ahmadinejad: Is he John Locke or John Brown?


By Mike Whitney


President Ahmadinejad’s 18 page letter won’t soften
attitudes in Washington or deter the western press
from slandering him as the “new Hitler”, but it may
dispel the illusion that he is a fanatical jihadi who is
endangering the free world. Continue

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A preschool lesson on Iran at The Los Angeles Times

AND

How "Daddy" affects your job: psychologist Reuters


NEW YORK (Reuters) - Successes or failures of employees
in the workplace can be traced to what kind of father they
had, a psychologist argues in a

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Late Night Political Jokes - Late Night Jokes Updated Daily

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A CONVENIENT (I HOPE) TABLE OF CONTENTS OF
F. SCOTT SINCLAIR'S NOVELS, ET CETERA ON THIS BLOG

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