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If I was a terrorist
Post Date: 2008-05-07 17:20:56 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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Rodney King
Post Date: 2008-04-24 09:28:27 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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Rodney King was beaten by police in 1991 after a high speed car chase on the streets of Los Angles. What ensued after the incident were riots by the black community virtually burning down the city. I'm sure you saw this incident on TV as it was played many times. Let me say that another way. The incident was played ad nauseum. It may have been played thousands of times and perhaps when you consider how many TVs it was shown on it would amount to hundreds of millions of times. When you consider who was responsible for "magnifying" that event, 'the media', you should consider who is keeping Ron Paul out of the debates and this election. Is it not the same ...

Expelled - the movie
Post Date: 2008-04-19 15:08:21 by Lod
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The URL has the movie trailer.

Peter Hallward's "Damming the Flood" - Part II
Post Date: 2008-04-17 06:13:21 by Stephen Lendman
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Peter Hallward's "Damning the Flood" (Part II) - by Stephen Lendman This is Part II of Peter Hallward's masterful account of recent Haitian history and what may lie ahead for its beleaguered people. Please refer to Part I that's posted on this site. 2001 - 2004: The Winner Loses? In spite of its strength and resilience, FL had its faults and suffered the consequences. Its relative informality made it vulnerable to "opportunistic" infiltration by members of the "conventional political class" as well as former Macoutes, soldiers and criminal gang leaders. Some FL politicians also used their positions for personal gain and implicated the government ...

Peter Hallward's "Damming the Flood"
Post Date: 2008-04-14 06:23:32 by Stephen Lendman
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Peter Hallward's "Damming the Flood" (Part I) - by Stephen Lendman Peter Hallward is a UK Middlesex University Professor of Modern European Philosophy. He's written many articles; authored several books; edited, contributed to and translated others; and has research interests in a broad range of areas, including recent and contemporary French Philosophy; contemporary critical theory; political philosophy and contemporary politics; and globalization and postcolonial theory. He also edits the Radical Philosophy journal of critical and continental philosophy. Hallward's newest book, "Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide, and the Politics of Containment," is the ...

Hunger
Post Date: 2008-04-11 02:29:17 by Tauzero
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HUNGER Able Andrews stepped out of the forest into the clearing. He set down the heavy sack of seed potatoes, and, after ten days of life-or-death vigilance, glanced with relief around the settlement that for four years had been his home on this brutal world. Ahead of him, through the intervals in the row of cabins that lined the edge of the clearing, he could see the sunlit, partly-plowed field. He could hear, far to his left, the low rumble that meant that Bart Henderson had somehow, single-handed, fixed the dozer. Now they could plow, cultivate, haul timber and saw up firewood. A wail from a nearby cabin gave proof that his sister's eleven-month-old son had survived his absence, ...

Solzhenitsyn battles illness to complete final volumes
Post Date: 2008-04-06 12:21:43 by robin
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Solzhenitsyn battles illness to complete final volumes Russia's Nobel-winning novelist is now nearly 90, still hard at work - and still outspoken, his wife tells Luke Harding in a rare interview Sunday April 6, 2008 The Observer Russia's greatest living novelist, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, is working feverishly to complete his collected works and is writing every day despite failing health, a missing vertebra and being unable to walk, his wife, Natalia, revealed yesterday. In a rare interview, Natalia Solzhenitsyn told The Observer that her Nobel prize-winning husband - who turns 90 in December - is still working on several major literary projects in his west Moscow dacha, and ...

Chinese Skinhead Punk Rockers
Post Date: 2008-03-23 21:12:46 by YertleTurtle
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Poster Comment:Now I'm seen everything.

McCain: I'm a proud conservative liberal Republican
Post Date: 2008-02-29 16:01:25 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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Poster Comment:Fruedian Slip?

CATCHING PIGS
Post Date: 2008-02-25 08:43:17 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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CATCHING PIGS THIS IS TRULY THOUGHT PROVOKING. TAKE THE TIME TO READ IT AND SEND IT ON TO THOSE THAT YOU THINK ARE WORTH SENDING TO, AS I HAVE DONE. There was a chemistry professor in a large college that had some exchange students in the class. One day while the class was in the lab, the prof noticed one young man, an exchange student, who kept rubbing his back and stretching as if his back hurt. The professor asked the young man what was the matter. The student told him he had a bullet lodged in his back. H e had been shot while fighting communists in his native country who were trying to overthrow his country's government and install a new communist regime. In the midst of his ...

inside info: Hillary, Bill, McCain, Cindi, Vicky Isener, Tellicom Co., Mossad ...and more
Post Date: 2008-02-22 09:36:03 by Itisa1mosttoolate
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Why are most people such bad drivers
Post Date: 2008-02-12 22:40:31 by Dakmar
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Has anyone else driven down a street that is basically two-way, but curbside parking restricts flow temporarily to one-way? That is the subject of tonights rant. After breaking up snowpack on my driveway this afternoon I decided to take the car for a little spin to shake off what I'd gone all lazy about getting with the broom. Anyway, after getting about .002 on the odometer I noticed a vehicle headed north on my street, and using the differential calculus eyeset I was born with determined they were moving. As there were cars on both sides of the street I decided to pull aside and let them pass, as even with a hearty flogging of the accelerator I's only managaed to fishtail back and ...

Basically a Good Invention
Post Date: 2008-02-06 00:00:40 by Tauzero
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View from the bottom #6
Post Date: 2008-01-31 10:50:21 by Tauzero
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What Your Warcraft Life Will be Like At this point, if the press releases are to be believed, then like 8 billion, kajillion people are currently playing World of Warcraft. Soon, an expansion for the game will be released, and fresh hordes will be sucked in. And many other consumers will play its competitors, like Vanguard and Warhammer Online and Lord of the Rings Online and other similarly doomed products. So, if you haven’t played a massively multiplayer game yet, you will soon be the only one. Loser. And, since you’re probably feeling left out and are considering experiencing the massively multiplayerlyness for yourself, this is a rough, informal guide to the various stages ...

Robert McChesney's "Communication Revolution"
Post Date: 2008-01-21 06:24:08 by Stephen Lendman
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Robert McChesney's "Communication Revolution" - by Stephen Lendman Robert McChesney is a leading media scholar, critic, activist, and the nation's most prominent researcher and writer on US media history, its policy and practice. He's also University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) Research Professor in the Institute of Communications Research and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science. In addition, he co-founded (with Dan Schiller) the Illinois Initiative on Global Information and Communication Policy in 2002, hosts a popular weekly radio program called Media Matters on WILL-AM radio, and is the co-founder in 2002 and president of the growing Free ...

World to End Dec. 21, 2012 (Maybe)
Post Date: 2008-01-18 07:22:57 by YertleTurtle
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The pace of life is forever speeding up. Technological breakthroughs spread through society in years rather than centuries. Calculations that would have taken decades are now made in minutes. Communication that used to take months happens in seconds. In almost every area of life, change is occurring faster and faster. Yet, this acceleration is not confined to modern times. Medieval architecture and agriculture, for instance, varied very little over the period of a century. But even then change occurred much faster than it did in prehistoric times. Stone Age tools remained unchanged for thousands of years. Nor is this quickening confined to humanity; it is a pattern that stretches back to ...

I'm so tired
Post Date: 2008-01-13 00:43:06 by Dakmar
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Reviewing David Cromwell and David Edwards' "Guardians of Power"
Post Date: 2008-01-09 06:26:49 by Stephen Lendman
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Reviewing David Cromwell and David Edwards' "Guardians of Power" - by Stephen Lendman David Cromwell is a Scottish writer, activist and oceanographer at the National Oceanography Centre in Britain. David Edwards is also a UK writer who focuses on human rights, the environment and the media. Together they edit an extraordinary "UK-based media-watch project" called Media Lens. It "offers authoritative criticism of mainstream media bias and censorship, as well as providing in-depth analysis, quotes, media contact details and other resources." Today, the media is in crisis, and a free and open society is at risk. Fiction substitutes for fact, news is ...

The last testament of Flashman's creator: How Britain has destroyed itself
Post Date: 2008-01-09 02:52:23 by Tauzero
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The last testament of Flashman's creator: How Britain has destroyed itself by GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER - More by this author » Last updated at 00:13am on 5th January 2008 When 30 years ago I resurrected Flashman, the bully in Thomas Hughes's Victorian novel Tom Brown's Schooldays, political correctness hadn't been heard of, and no exception was taken to my adopted hero's character, behaviour, attitude to women and subject races (indeed, any races, including his own) and general awfulness. On the contrary, it soon became evident that these were his main attractions. He was politically incorrect with a vengeance. Through the Seventies and Eighties I led him on his ...

Tasty Chicken Dumplings Recipe
Post Date: 2008-01-08 21:46:35 by Dakmar
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1 can Cream of Chicken Soup (concentrated) 1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup (concentrated)1.75 soup cans water1 8oz can chicken, drained3 to 4 stalks celery1 onion1 or 2 cans buttermilk biscuitsparsley flakespepper Chop celery and onion into 1/4 inch bits or so, dump soup into large skillet and combine in water and whatever seasonings suit you. Pour veggies into bowl and mix with chicken. Put in a little more pepper. Open biscuits and pound flat, filling each one and setting aside. You can use one or two rolls of biscuits, but remember to cook longer if you use two. This recipe keeps well, too, just spoon any leftovers into covered bowl and reheat when ready.

Review of January 5th, 2008 ABC GOP Debate [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2008-01-05 21:57:08 by buckeye
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Facebook URLQuick synopsis Ron Paul, my focus during this event, was tired, slow to articulate his points, and easily overwhelmed by aggressive partisans. McCain appeared to withdraw his insistence on amnesty, and then spent excess time interrupting other candidates who were differentiating themselves from his former positions — in defense of what he had apologized for. Romney was effective at articulating his technical perspectives on issues (medical care, immigration) but clearly will not deviate from the Bush doctrines of war. Thompson was reserved and came across as a fat cat at times. He smirked at Ron Paul several times. Giuliani was about the same as he has always been. He ...

Coming: A New Golden Age
Post Date: 2007-12-23 21:29:56 by YertleTurtle
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An interview with Richard Maybury Pat: Hello Richard, good to have you back. You've been writing a lot about a coming spectacular boom in precious metals and collector coins, or numismatics - one that will dwarf anything we've ever seen before - and we've asked you here to give us your reasons. Richard Maybury: Thanks Pat, it's good to be here again. Pat: Your reasons are unusual, they're mostly geopolitical and military rather than the economic ones we usually hear. I thought a good way to put your insights on display is to do something no interviewer has done before, which is to briefly trace your track record on this war, and wartime investing, from your first work ...

Truth has its way of prevailing
Post Date: 2007-12-10 23:57:31 by Tauzero
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Wineke: Truth has its way of prevailing My friend and colleague, Phil Haslanger, is now the Rev. Phil Haslanger; he was ordained into the ministry of the United Church of Christ in a light-hearted ceremony last Sunday at Lake Edge UCC. Phil is a writer and editor for The Capital Times, a fact which, I suppose, makes us competitors, though we don't usually think of it that way. I met him decades ago, when he was a UW-Madison student interested in a career as a newspaper religion reporter. It took him a number of years to achieve that lofty status and, by the time he did, I had relinquished my role as religion writer in order to trod the humbler path of a columnist. Haslanger has ...

C'mon! Set up a page here!
Post Date: 2007-12-07 04:44:09 by planetaryjim
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So, I just got here, really. I'm new. But, I thought, well, I should be able to figure out who people are and what they are about looking at their profile pages. Or avatar pages. Or forum home pages. Most of the times I've clicked to open someone's page on this site, I've gotten a whole lotta nothin'. "No home page has been created" for this person. Huh. Mind you, I had to ask Christine how to go about fixing up a home page for myself. But, it's easy. In the top menu on any page click "set up" and on the set up page, click the actual button for "home page." You'll figure it out. I did. So, link to your site, or do what Christine ...

A Letter for Santa Clause
Post Date: 2007-12-06 10:20:43 by lanne
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Why do you bring Christmas presents to grown ups that they don't want? Remember last year when mom asked for exercise equipment? http://www.authspot.com/Short-St...er-for-Santa-Clause.58661

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