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ACPA Call for Papers on “Philosophy and Intercultural Understanding” Yes yes, the deadline for submission is 01 April 2003. Then again, what a great topic to write on!

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Get the Kids Involved U.S. and British forces are reporting back to their commanders that the Iraqis are impressing children into the army and threatening men with execution if they don’t fight for Saddam. Where will the protest be for … Continue reading

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Even Liberation Theology Supports the War! I’m no liberation theologian, but I couldn’t help but laugh as I read this: While liberation theology does not encourage violence, it acknowledges the right of people to defend themselves against murderous repression. Uprisings … Continue reading

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So what have we won in the Second Battle of Chancellorsville? The planned development on Mullins Farm was voted down 6 – 0 last night by the Spotsylvania Board of Supervisors, but now the real question comes as to whether … Continue reading

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Why the left loves Osama (and Saddam) The New York Post’s Daniel Pipes has this to say about why the left loves Osama bin Laden, and for that matter Saddam. Never thought of it this way before: For vindication of … Continue reading

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If it’s good for the goose, it’s good for the matzah ball UK Foreign Minister Jack Straw made an interesting comment yesterday: “There is a real concern too that the West has been guilty of double standards, on the one … Continue reading

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Can Coalition Forces Avoid a New ‘Battle of Berlin’? Now here is an unusually refreshing article concerning Iraqi troops strengths and strategies from Christopher Bellamy of the UK Independent, vicariously through Arab News. Of course, what the United States could … Continue reading

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Gorbachev: Saddam needs to step down Former Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev says that the time has come for “Hussein to become a peacemaker and step down.” Gorbachev further states that the war in Iraq is “a huge political mistake. It … Continue reading

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They tried to surrender. One report reaching the U.S. military said that some of the 12 soldiers whose supply convoy was ambushed near Nassiriya in southern Iraq on Sunday were killed by their captors although they tried to surrender, a … Continue reading

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