Monthly Archives: August 2006

Another word on kayaking

    An old kayaker. What more can I say.

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Challenging the Culture of Obedience

As President Bush visited Salt Lake City August 30 to promote his policies in Iraq and the “war on terror,” Salt Lake City Mayor Ross C. “Rocky” Anderson delivered this address at a peace rally outside City Hall that drew … Continue reading

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Feeling morally, intellectually confused?

Tuesday, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld once again attacked Administration critics, asserting those questioning its Iraq and anti-terror policies are trying to appease “a new type of fascism,” calling them sufferers of “moral or intellectual confusion.” Last night, Keith Olbermann on … Continue reading

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Bush … Bad for Israel

Here’s an article whose time has come. Not only are rational people in the United States questioning the efficacy of the Bush administration’s foreign policy, the same questioning is now underway in – of all places – Israel. Here are … Continue reading

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Retroactive laws to protect administration

Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan administration. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page and Contributing Editor of National Review. It would be a useless excercise to refer to him … Continue reading

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