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ISRAEL EXCEPTED

July 23, 2005 kim lien 0

Jim Brown points out the following in Iraq’s draft bill of rights: Any individual with another nationality (except for Israel) may obtain Iraqi nationality after a period of […]

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SO UNFAIR

July 23, 2005 kim lien 0

Why, that terrible Berlusconi fellow is showing his critics in a bad light, according to the BBC: Italian leader Silvio Berlusconi has published a book of […]

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SASS QUASHED

July 23, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Dilpazier Aslam, the sassy junior Guardianista exposed by Scott Burgess, has been fired: On Monday July 18 Aslam was advised that the Guardian considered that […]

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ASHES

July 21, 2005 kim lien 0

First wicket of the Ashes: Matthew Hayden, bowled by Matthew Hoggard for a scratchy 12. Australia 1/35. UPDATE. Two Australians were struck on the head […]

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KWITTING KYOTO

July 21, 2005 kim lien 0

The Kyoto Protocol is a disaster in New Zealand, and now even those close to it in Canada are running away: A team of officials responsible for a […]

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SMALL WORLD, ETC

July 21, 2005 kim lien 0

The idea to run archival Bulletin pictures at our website came after fascinated staffers were observed one afternoon poring over ancient file photographs. Everybody loves old-timey pictures. Several posted […]

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MULTICULTURALISM ATTACKED

July 21, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Tattooed hairdressers, Guardian staffers, council workers, Italian business analysts, couples, Turkish students, photo researchers, Vietnamese IT experts, healthcare specialists, Israeli charity workers, Bangladeshi bank cashiers, […]

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BILLABONG BLAZING WITH GOODNESS

July 20, 2005 kim lien 0

The Bunyip is on a roll. Hit the link and scroll, scroll, scroll. Also a must-read (or listen): Silent Running’s latest podcast. Posted by Tim B. on 07/20/2005 at 10:28 […]

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STRATEGY IDENTIFIED

July 20, 2005 kim lien 0

The University of Chicago’s Richard Pape on Australian TV: There’s a faulty premise in the current strategy on the war on terrorism. That faulty premise is that […]

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JAMES DOOHAN

July 20, 2005 kim lien 0

James Doohan, who played Scotty in Star Trek, has been beamed up: Doohan died at 5:30 a.m. at his Redmond, Washington, home with his wife of […]

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HAZCHEM

July 20, 2005 kim lien 0

No comment required: Eight Greenpeace activists staged a protest in the office of Bayer CropScience in Melbourne “to show what it’s like to have an unwanted […]

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NAIVE READERS TOLD

July 20, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Our Al-Jazeerah friend William Hardiker continues his wild pursuit of Douglas Wood: The kidnapping leaves open questions irrelevant to the Illegal and unjust invasion and […]

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GREEN LEFT IN RED

July 20, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

This tragic news will have everyone crying like a Kennedy at closing time: Green Left Weekly is facing a serious financial crisis. Last year we […]

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COLUMN REVEALS CIA AGENT

July 19, 2005 kim lien 0

Mentioned in this week’s Continuing Crisis column for The Bulletin are The Wiggles, Kerry O’Brien, Liz Jackson, Margaret Pomeranz, David Stratton, David Koch, Posh Spice, Moshe Dayan, Dilip Doshi, […]

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DEAD “ACCOUNTABLE”

July 19, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Why do terrorists attack innocent civilians? Bob Ellis explains: Well, they hold that a democracy elects a government, and if that government bombs, invades, and […]

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OPEN THREAD

July 18, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Go wild while I’m working on photo archives and such. Back very shortly (within a day or so). Meanwhile, please scroll through links at left, […]

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PLAME NAMES NAMED

July 17, 2005 kim lien 0

Confused about Plame? Don’t know who to blame? Then just click here to end your puzzlement and shame. (Click here, too. And here.) Posted by Tim B. on 07/17/2005 at 07:37 […]

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GUARDIAN INFILTRATED

July 17, 2005 VA - Emmanuel 0

Following Scott Burgess’s Google investigation into Guardian trainee Dilpazier “Sassy” Aslam, the Independent—currently at warwith its lefty rival—has picked up on his story: The Guardian […]