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Tag Archives: International

Privacy Groups Combat “Policy Laundering”

Responding to a new sort of globalization, the American Civil Liberties Union and two affiliated groups have announced an initiative to monitor and publicize the practice whereby governments, in the name of security, make cooperative agreements with one another in order to “escape domestic legal and political controls.” The new …

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What’s all the Fuss about the new Euro Constitution?

Many people have quite heated positions on the subject of the new European Constitution but to my way of thinking, it’s such a simple no-brainer that at times it’s hard to remember what all the fuss is about. The proposed reforms will strengthen my rights as a citizen of the …

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More on Maureen Dowd

Shame on me. For all my complaints about Maureen Dowd, I somehow failed to notice that she was the only regular female columnist at The New York Times. For that, shame on the Times. In her column today Dowd points out that the Washington Post also has only one female …

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CNN Refuses to Air UN PSA on Land Mines

CNN is refusing to broadcast a rather shocking anti-landmine PSA which you can read about and see here. No point starting a discussion if you haven’t seen it, so check it out. Here’s a direct link to the video if you’re so inclined.

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