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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Friday, February 3, 2012

3 February - Quick Notes

English: The Ethnic composition of Muslims in ...Image via Wikipedia
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U.S. panel defends call to censor bird flu studies

American aid worker in Libya: US bars my return

 The question about Shariah law was especially tricky. To Tarhuni, an observant Muslim, Shariah means a set of rules for praying, marrying, parenting and generally conducting a good life, which would be a subject for discussion at any mosque, but not — as some people interpret it — as a set of rigid and punitive rules that Muslims are obliged to impose on others.

( Rather those are the rules promulgated by the Taleban - a Saudi innovation of mission work which is antagonistic to IslamGiven the pervasiveness of Western cultural programming and mindwashing  such extremism is almost certainly also a natural defensive response.


The dust has still not settled in the suburbs of Damascus, which in recent days has seen some of the fiercest fighting, claiming scores of lives. And as the ...

5.6 million Americans have switched their banks in the past 90 days

China to maintain stable water conservation policies 

Today the HarperCons stepped into the cesspool polluted waters tarsands issue to announce a water monitoring project which will take 3 years and $50 million to fully implement. the regina mom agr...


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Minister echoes Israeli government, saying Palestinian Authority and Israel should return to the negotiating table without preconditions
My son just called to say YouTube accounts and links are bitched - as in information all gone. So if this doesn't work we may know why.
An excellent discussion/debate on Syria that would never be aired by our lame-stream media misinformation mongers... Please share widely. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5QdStZ4posk
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Friday for the first time that his government is considering increasing the eligibility age for Canada's Old Age Security (OAS) system, which provides benefits for people once they turn 65.

Apple dealt legal setbacks by Motorola in Germany

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