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Public Address 14/04/04 - Unions And Idols

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/04/04 - Unions and Idols

Later | Apr 14, 2004 10:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

Gordon Campbell has a perceptive story on where Iraq is likely to head in the next year or two in this week's Listener, quoting Juan Cole and Riverbend. I suspect he's right to argue that doom-mongers like Tariq Ali, and optimists like George Bush, "both overrate the capacity of American power to dictate events.",


A booty-shaking Beyonce of our own | Apr 14, 2004 10:18
Fiona Rae from the couch

It's Camillia all the way, don't you think? She's the one you're waiting to see, she's the one you can imagine standing on stage at the end, perhaps with her arm over Michael's shoulders, and she's the one that Paul Ellis could make a record with...,

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