Newstalgia World Week

Newstalgia World Week - June 18-July 24, 2010
While the bulk of our mainstream media were infatuated over the presence of fake news taking up valuable time, this week there was real news to be h Read more...
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...
Newstalgia World Week - July 5 - 9, 2010
Comparatively speaking, this second full week of July was a little calmer than previous weeks. Maybe the scorching heat wave on the east coast, maybe Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - June 28-July 2, 2010
It was a week of spin, shock and spy charges with not a dull moment in sight. The week began with England's loss to Germany at the World Cup and conti Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - June 21-26, 2010
So much for Summer being the time of doldrums. While the Western Hemisphere (or at least the northern part of it) was preoccupied with the firing of G Read more...

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Newstalgia World Week - June 14-18, 2010
A busy week for floods, riots, apologies and team sports. Aside from our own goings on with the everlasting Gulf of Mexico catastrophe and mumbled "so Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - June 7-11, 2010
Another week and the world was part of it. From the Dutch elections where a surprising upset by the right-wing VVD Party forced the resignation of the Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - June 1-4, 2010
The news throughout most of the world this week was focused on the Gaza Flotilla incident, with repercussions going on for days, and in fact continuin Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - May 24-29, 2010
As the week galloped along, the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico took on cataclysmic proportions as news of grossly underestimated amounts of oil flowin Read more...
Newstalgia World Week - May 16-22, 2010
So what else went on in the world this week? Any ideas? Iran and Turkey got friendly with the concept of Uranium. The Euro has gone haywire. China is Read more...