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Public Address - The Bright Side Of Insurgency

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/02/06 - The Bright Side of Insurgency

The Bright Side of Insurgency | Feb 13, 2006 10:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

There was a fabulous effort leading the Herald's letters column last Thursday, under the heading 'End the Bush bashing': "Bush is an under-rated president," it read. "First, he recognised al Qaeda is an enemy without borders, so, at the same time as he ousted Iraq's tyrant dictator, he created a...
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AltNation: Something is rotten in the state | Feb 13, 2006 09:45
Graham Reid's many things

In a shock announcement today the prime minister of Denmark told reporters that the current cartoon controversy had been a misguided attempt by a local newspaper publisher to raise the profile of the obscure Scandinavian country...
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