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Public Address 16/11/07 - Fake Fiona Rae

Fake Fiona Rae | Nov 16, 2007 12:35
Russell Brown's Hard News

What with the Fake Steve Jobs having a book out and disinfo Bomber reminding everyone how creepy and vindictive a peace-loving activist can get when he's crossed, I thought I'd have a crack at the fake thing myself. I thought that, seeing as Fiona's indisposed, and...,

Family First, B****** Later | Nov 16, 2007 10:09
GUEST Anke Richter (Weltreporter's New Zealand correspondent) makes a new friend

Prior to last week, I would have said that Bob McCroskie was not on my list of friends. What he personifies used to be called 'reactionary' in the old days, now it calls itself 'family values'. Family values are the perfect stealth vehicle for transporting right-wing politics into society by...,


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