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iSlave

June 15, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from alternet: You can’t go anywhere these days without spotting those signature white earbuds… the iPeople are everywhere. Sometimes I even catch myself believing that nothing so lovingly designed, so scrumptiously packaged could POSSibly be

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re: disinfo

June 14, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from raw story: A confidential House Republican Iraq strategy memo, obtained today by ThinkProgress, shows an effort from House Majority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) to put renewed focus on 9/11, paint Democrats as “cut and

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the “no-work” list

June 13, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from san bernadino county sun: Remember the Department of Homeland Security’s “no-fly” lists that erratically flagged 3-year-old children and dozens of men named David Nelson as terrorists seeking to board commercial airplanes? Now privacy experts

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state byrd

June 12, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from ap/yahoo news: Robert C. Byrd became the longest serving U.S. senator in history Monday. And, with almost 48 years of service, he’s not finished yet. Byrd, D-W.Va., surpassed the record of Strom Thurmond, R-S.C.,

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war criminal nation

June 9, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from antiwar: Faced with mounting civilian carnage, both from war crimes committed by demoralized and broken U.S. troops and from the raging civil war unleashed by Bush’s ill-fated, illegal invasion of Iraq, the House Defense

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global spider’s web

June 8, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from the independent: A European investigation has accused Britain and 13 other countries of colluding with the United States in a “global spider’s web” of secret CIA prisons and illegal abduction of terrorist suspects. from

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should americans be packing their bags?

June 8, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from what really happened: It is now time to think about the unthinkable. Americans who have been raised to love their country and trust in their leaders’ commitment to democracy need to be considering–even planning

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miramax & onion plan terror satire

June 7, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from reuters uk: Miramax Films is developing a satirical comedy with the former editor in chief of the Onion. “Homeland Insecurity” will track the misadventures of two Arab-Americans who are mistaken for terrorists while on

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apocalypse tomorrow?

June 6, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from washington times: Is tomorrow’s date — 6-6-6 — merely a curious number, or could it mean our number is up? from usa today: Mortgage demand dips as 30-year rate hits 4-year high of 6.66%

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double vision

June 3, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from village voice: Richard Linklater’s stunning double feature at Cannes this year—A Scanner Darkly and Fast Food Nation—represented not the international supersizing of this always prolific and political American director so much as the ideal

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jumpin’ jesus

June 2, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

Religious Sports Parties Gain Traction:Faith Nights, with giveaways of Bibles and bobble-head dolls of religious figures like Moses and Samson. Woman Hit By Lightning While Praying:She said ‘Amen’ and the room was engulfed in a

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70+ million want new 9/11 investigation

May 24, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from raw story: According to a new Zogby poll, less than half of Americans are convinced that that the events of September 11 have been thoroughly investigated… 45%, indicated they were more likely to agree

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terror muffins

May 22, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

mmm, these muffins are terrorrific! just like those rubik’s cubes. god, we are so much safer with the stasi, i mean, homeland security… from kvue: Dallas Health Department has confirmed to WFAA that marijuana was

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1 in 136 americans behind bars

May 22, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

from breitbart: Prisons and jails added more than 1,000 inmates each week for a year, putting almost 2.2 million people, or one in every 136 U.S. residents, behind bars by last summer. The total on