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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20070222.wtrudeau0222/BNStory/National/home Justin Trudeau confirmed Thursday that he will make a bid to run as a federal Liberal candidate in Montreal, attempting to carry on the Trudeau political legacy. The 35-year-old son of the late Pierre Elliott Trudeau said in a telephone interview from his Montreal home that he wants to fight for the federal Liberal […]

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California Split – New York Times

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/10/opinion/10alperovitz.html?pagewanted=1&ei=5087%0A&em&en=58c99d803c63a3b3&ex=1171342800 Shelby Foote claimed that the bloodbath of the American Civil War caused a linguistic shift that reflected the unity of the country. From “the United States are”, it became “the United States is“. But after a century and a half of continental exploration and settlement, unsolved racial questions, and the practicality of administering a […]

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http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/10432334/was_the_2004_election_stolen/print It’s safe to say that traditional news outlets are no longer trusthworthy providers of hard news. When they spend time announcing the Pitt-Jolie kid’s birth, something important is being left out of the newscast. Interesting that untraditional sources like the Daily Show (and, to a lesser but more disturbing extent, the Onion) are now […]

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http://www.digitalronin.f2s.com/politicalcompass/questionnaire.php My political compass points West: In between Gandhi and the Dalai Lama, there’s me 😀

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MoveOn.org Political Action: Loose Lips, Pink Slips: Fire Karl Rove

http://political.moveon.org/firerove/poster.html?id=5876-3152816-ZhUvnLL.A84MgaDbghiHxg&t=6 Love the revival of WWII security slogans, mainly because this kind of imbroglio seems to be far more tolerable in the current century than it would have been in the last. At least through satire I can harken back to the good old days of (relative) media independence and political integrity.

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