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Conservative And Deranged

Alexander Mercouris specializes in the language of the memory of States, a bad thing. It’s actually derangement. And such language, I imagine, is characteristic of all politicians and commentators and journos and historians who call themselves ‘Conservative’. Continue reading

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From Rat Gatekeepers To Prime Ministers – Gangster Corporatocracy Snuffing Out The Light

And there’s the Star’s gatekeepers, out of sight, anonymous, working silently behind the scenes disappearing blog posts by no-names like me, even though I can be, and often am, simply conveying ideas that others, like Rick Salutin and Donald Gutstein, convey publicly, without (effective) opposition. Rick writes for the Toronto Star. If the Star (which isn’t automatically the same as it’s gatekeepers, but in this case happens to be) hates my posts, Is it then using Rick Salutin, whose columns it now carries? Does Rick care? We all have to make a living. Continue reading

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