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Newstalgia World Week - July 12-17, 2010
For all the insanity going on in our particular neck of the woods, the rest of the world was having their set of circumstances. Mysterious Iranian sci Read more...
Rashomon On The Mediterranean - May 31, 2010
(Rashomon - how many ways to interpret an event? Can we count them?) With the events in the Middle East of the last 24 hours, and reading the com Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - May 10-15, 2010
Things were heating up and transitioning in the world this week. The Philippine Elections got started on Friday. The Thai protests turned deadly. The Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - May 3-8, 2010
This was a busy week in the world. Riots in Greece with the added dimension of innocent deaths, the passing of a President in Nigeria and the swearing Read more...
What The Rest Of The World Is Up To - April 14, 2010
(Earthquake in China - a rather jumpy few weeks in the world) In case you were curious, there were other things going on in the world today. China Read more...

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Here's a little preview of the B.S. we can expect FreedomWorks' Dick Armey to be spouting on Meet the Press this weekend. He faced off against Health Read more...
[media id=7632] (Part 1) [media id=7633] (Part 2--h/t Heather for both vids) When AIG attempted to rationalize the bonuses given as the only way for Read more...
[media id=7237] From the Newshour with Jim Lehrer: Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on how the U.S. dollar's fluctuations impact global t Read more...
(h/t Scarce) [media id=3558] [media id=3559] Senator Kit Bond appeared on PBS's The NewsHour and further muddied the water with all the lies and r Read more...
FAIR: The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, PBS's flagship news program, touts its "signature style-low-key, evenhanded, inclusive of all perspectiv Read more...