Monthly Archives: September 2005

We knew this was coming, right?

The European Union insisted Friday that governments and the private sector must share the responsibility of overseeing the Internet, setting the stage for a showdown with the United States on the future of Internet governance. A senior U.S. official reiterated … Continue reading

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A whiter New Orleans?

A Bush Cabinet officer predicted this week that New Orleans likely will never again be a majority black city, and several black officials are outraged. Alphonso R. Jackson, secretary of housing and urban development, during a visit with hurricane victims … Continue reading

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When a deal’s not a deal

A fellow sent this in the other day and I can’t resist sharing it. Maybe it’s political commentary in disguise. There must be some players on the world scene today this little story will remind us of. The Dog and … Continue reading

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Off and running!

I received the following post to our guestbook from a Rebecca Sather. It was so engaging I thought to reprint it here with only minor editing. The unedited version remains in the guest book which is easily accessable via a … Continue reading

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Commander nixes cut in forces

Iraq is like a black hole sucking in trouble from every neighbouring country, according to a former commander of British troops in the region. “We clearly had no plan when we invaded Iraq and relied on military muscle to impose … Continue reading

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