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Public Address 20/10/09 - Of swine and cows

Public Address 20/10/09 - MMP: This Time It's Binding

Of swine and cows | Oct 20, 2009 14:21
Russell Brown's Hard News
In this week's Media7 we're looking at conspiracy theories -- for which it has been a vintage media year. All the action right now is around swine flu and the vaccine against it. In the US, it's not just Glenn Beck stoking fear about the vaccine -- it's the pot-smoking...
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The Seduction of the Strange | Oct 20, 2009 10:20
Graham Reid's many things
There's something utterly bonkers but appealing about the plan to build a miniature replica of the Taj Mahal in the middle of semi-suburban Auckland. I like nutty stuff like that. I have photographs of myself in the Oval Office of the White House (in Austin, Texas), of the...
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MMP: This Time It's Binding
Posted at 1:10PM on 20 Oct 09
Can the 2011 referendum on MMP fix anything that's broken? And what will happen on the way to a result?
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,2168.sm

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