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Bomber's Blog: The War On News! (video)

Bomber's Blog - The War On News

Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury delivers his weekly current affairs expose, the war on news! The show broadcasts weekly on Triangle/Stratos TV and on Scoop.

THE WAR ON NEWS: In this weeks political media crimes against reason kill zone:

The death of Public Broadcasting won't lead the 6pm News

Gang patch ban as pointless as Michael Laws dancing

If NZ was really angry at Ghaddafi, why were we signing deals with him?


Bomber also posts on the Tumeke! blog: www.tumeke.blogspot.com and Scoop

The War on News broadcasts on Sky channel 89 & Freeview channel 21. Check out Bomber on Facebook...

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