V.21 No.37 |
The Daily Word in Occupations, Constitutionalism and other sundry protests
By Margaret Wright [ Mon Sep 17 2012 10:08 AM ]
(For some additional context, step into the Bureau of Public Secrets.)
Also, Happy Constitution Day!
Banking giants are in the crosshairs of a major money laundering investigation.
U.S. executive branch files trade complaints against China as Romney tries to go on the offensive.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel files a court injunction in an attempt to end teachers' strike.
Americans warned to avoid Lebanon today as anti-U.S. protests spread.
An Albuquerque woman is raising funds to help a vet who lost his guide dog.
Puzzling kidney disease affects farmers worldwide.
Aging nuclear bombs get costly upgrades here in town.
Rebels attack energy infrastructure in Colombia.
Obama's "Pop" drank Seagram's, neat.
South Korea is apparently the "male makeup capital of the world."
Miles Davis, pugilist.
V.21 No.28 | 7/12/2012
Where Do We Go Now?
Middle Eastern farce finds inventive, if unrealistic, solution to religious strife
By Devin D. O’Leary
Somewhere, in the rocky wilds of Lebanon, lies a tiny village so isolated from neighboring communities that the residents can barely keep up on the latest trends. Cell phones don’t exist there. Reception on the village’s sole television set is spotty at best. Newspapers are a luxury item. Why, these folks aren’t even aware that Muslims and Christians are supposed to hate each other to death.
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