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On March 19, 2003, as his shock-and-awe campaign against Iraq was being launched, George W. Bush addressed the nation.
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Robert Mugabe is a bit like Osama bin Laden, if he didnâ€™t exist theyâ€™d have to invent him; and invent him they have, with a vengeance.
While Parliament has passed a motion that would allow US war resisters to stay in Canada, the Harper government has not yet acted on the motion, and the deportation order against Corey Glass for July 10th is still in effect.
Each fits perfectly well. But after interviewing Mr. Bugliosi at his California home, and reading his latest book, "The Prosecution Of George W. Bush For Murder," I am compelled to add two more adjectives to that already formidable list: PATRIOTIC and ENRAGED.
Do not join the Canadian or U.S. military. They are violating the Two Row Wampum Agreement.
Former morning briefer for Presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush Sr., McGovern noted that Iran is carefully avoiding any actions that could be interpreted as provocations for an attack: hence justification for an attack would require a pretext manufactured by the Administration and/or the Israelis.
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