If I had a category on my blog called “cautionary tales for bachelors”, this would be the headliner story. It informs the wisdom of an increasingly common practise, whereby when you meet some reasonably attractive yet complex member of the opposite sex, you’re tempted to Google her name and/or look her up in Wikipedia. According […]Read more "Rachel Marsden: On the warpath again!"
http://www.fortune.com/fortune/investing/articles/0,15114,438836,00.html FIRST: MILITARY SUPPLIES Who Sold What to Iraq? The U.S. aims to hunt down companies that supplied Saddam. FORTUNE Sunday, March 30, 2003 By Nelson D. Schwartz When the first wave of American soldiers swept out of the desert and headed north toward Baghdad, the Iraqis weren’t the only ones who experienced shock and […]Read more "Selling to Saddam.."
With Henry Kissinger being announced as the new head of the September 11 Investigation this article, forwarded to FOIB last summer, gains new relevance. Given Kissinger’s personal stake and his ties to the REpublican party, is there any hope of an unbiased, nonpartisan investigation of 9/11 and the Bush Administration’s culpability thereto? -Ian. —- http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0133/ridgeway.php […]Read more "Repost: Manhattan’s Milosevic"
War Crimes And Punishment: Trying Bin Laden By Ian Andrew Bell Nov. 22, 2001 VANCOUVER – Five days after the horrific attacks of September 11, US President George W. Bush announced that he wanted to receive Bin Laden “Dead Or Alive” in a grisly murmur that explicitly recalled the brutality of the American wild west […]Read more "War Crimes And Punishment: Trying Bin Laden"