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Flatly wrong global warming denial

Sometimes climate change deniers make it all too easy. The UK paper Daily Mail has a long history of courting climate change denial, and apparently it has no wish to change. It recently posted an atro... read more

China’s Military Built with Cloned Weapons

“I think the big issue with all Chinese weapons – including copies of Western equipment – is that they remain untested in combat,” Eric Wertheim author of U.S. Naval Institute’s Combat Fleets of the W... read more

The paradox of Turnbull and the budget

Unlike Wayne Swan and Joe Hockey before him ... On a second front, the Government's tactics are unusual, turning political orthodoxy on its head. All week - with a break for the submarines announcemen... read more

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shocking Kurt Eichenwald op ed in NY Times

titled The Deafness Before The Storm. It was timed for tomorrow's 9-11 anniversary. Why? Eichenwald argues that the famous August 6 Presidential Daily Brief, "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in the US, ... read more


Europe in khaki

The refugees who’ve fled into neighbouring Arcadia will want to return one day. They weep no real tears for their lost homes, carry no real pathetic suitcases, clutch no real children. They exist only ... read more

The Imperial Presidency?

In his conversation with Bill Moyers on this week’s JOURNAL ... So one of the real problems with the imperial presidency is that it has hollowed out our politics and, in many respects, has made our de... read more

Icebergs off Greenland

Greenland’s been in the news lately, what with cracking off an iceberg as big as Manhattan, and having a huge burst of melting due to unusual warm air ridges squatting over it. [Click to hugely englac... read more

Navy: Lincoln Refueling Delayed, Will Hurt Carrier Readiness

The U.S. Navy will delay the refueling of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) for an unknown period because of the uncertain fiscal environment due to the ongoing legislative struggle, t... read more

Voters forgive leadership change, but not disunity

After stalking and then knocking off Australia's once most popular PM Bob Hawke, Paul Keating went on to beat Opposition Leader John Hewson at the 1993 federal election. At the state level, a leadersh... read more

The Imperial Presidency?

In his conversation with Bill Moyers on this week’s JOURNAL ... So one of the real problems with the imperial presidency is that it has hollowed out our politics and, in many respects, has made our de... read more



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