Bill Doskoch: Media, BPS*, Film, Minutiae

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Is U.S. maxed out on its aggressiveness?

This NYT article explores whether Dubya will continue with his “either you're with my catastrophic decisions or you're for the terrorists” approach or whether he's figured out there are costs associated with invading every one you please. An excerpt: Four years ago, the world thought it knew what kind of foreign policy George W. Bush […]

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Groundhog Day, or U.S. hysteria over Iran's "nukes"

The NYT writes an obvious and important editorial on the sabre-rattling going on right now against Iran by the Bush administration: Here's an excerpt: top us if you've heard this one before. The Bush administration creates a false sense of urgency about a nuclear menace from a Middle Eastern country. Hard-liners talk about that country's connections […]

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A fearless prediction!

Given that Dubya has tossed his trusty sidekick Paul a bone with a promise to move on BSE, here is the obvious quid pro quo — as obvious as the stars in Mssr. Martin's eyes when he looks at Dubya: Canada will sign on to the continental missile defence plan. But it will be a […]

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