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Join The Scoop Supporter Crew : Operation Chrysalis

Join The Scoop Supporter Crew : Operation Chrysalis

After fifteen and a half years in the news Scoop has determined its future needs to be much more connected with the community it serves, the process of change to achieve this has been called 'Scoop Operation Chrysalis' (you can find out more here).

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Gordon Campbell: On The Addiction To Chinese Student Fees

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Gordon Campbell: On Dodging A Bullet Over The Transport Cost Over-Runs

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Gordon Campbell:On Kobemania, Palestine And The Infrastructure Package

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Gordon Campbell: On The Double Standard That’s Bound To Dominate The Election

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Gordon Campbell : On Dealing With Impeccable, Impeachable Lies

By now, the end game the Republican Senate majority has in mind in their setting of the rules for the impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump is pretty clear to everyone: first deny the Democrats the ability to call witnesses and offer evidence, and then derisively dismiss the charges for lack of evidence. For his part, does former security adviser John Bolton really, really want to testify against his former boss? If there was any competing faction within the Republican Party, there might be some point for Bolton in doing so – but there isn’t. More>>

Gordon Campbell: On Why The Dice Are Loaded Against Women..

If they enter public life, women can expect a type of intense (and contradictory) scrutiny that is rarely applied to their male counterparts... More>>