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Published: Fri 6 Dec 2002 09:11 AM
Yesterday’s top 30 rating items on Scoop were...
1: Scoop Archive: UQ Wire: The Rise of the American Police State
"It is far more dangerous and threatening to our few remaining civil liberties than he appears willing to suggest," writes Professor E. Nathaniel Gates of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law about William Safire's recent article on the Homeland Security ...
2: Scoop Archive: UQ Wire: Christopher Hitchens & Chairman Kissinger
While I take issue with the slight against the "9/11 skeptics" in his last paragraph below, I feel that what Christopher Hitchens has documented about Kissinger must lead even the least 'skeptical' to seriously question the Bush Administration's ...
3: Sludge Report #145 - The Awakening
In This Edition.... This Mad, Bad World - A New News Environment - But Does It Scan? - The Zeitgeist Is In Motion - The “Flooding” Of Global Consciousness
4: East Timor Militia Leader Should Be Behind Bars
MEDIA RELEASE: East Timor militia leader should be behind bars and foreign women detained in Aceh on trumped up charges must be released.
5: Elle Intimates Strips Off With Billboard Campaign
Rush-hour traffic was treated to a striptease in Auckland today as the second of two new Elle Mapcherson Intimates billboards were unveiled by a pair of Kiwifire dancers.
6: Te Papa's December 02 & January 03 Exhibitions
Kia Ora and welcome to Te Papa's email update service for December & January! This service provides up to the minute information on our new exhibitions, events, and other news, as well as a monthly summary of what is currently on. For GENERAL ENQUIRIES ...
7: Rowan please give Wallace family their money back
The private prosecution of Constable Keith Abbott was a travesty, says Pakuranga MP Maurice Williamson.
8: Questions For Oral Answer - 5 December 2002
1. PETER BROWN to the Minister of Transport: Noting that he met with Tranz Rail executives over safety issues, can he confirm that the issue of "bendy tracks" was discussed, and what was the outcome?
9: UQ Wire: The Kissinger Bombshell
Our lord and emperor George W. Bush has just tied together the entire ball of 9/11 lies and related wax, stuck a wick in it, and handed us the match. He has done so by appointing Henry Kissinger chairman of the long-awaited "independent" ...
10: Questions Of The Day Transcript - 4 December, 2002
Hon. BILL ENGLISH (Leader of the Opposition): I notice that the Prime Minister is not here today. Next week she will be away, and in the last sitting week the House may be in urgency. As it could be the case that there is no opportunity to ask the ...
11: UQ Wire: The Rise of the American Police State (3)
The concerns of civil libertarians about incursions on civil liberties under the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act or Homeland Security Act do not begin to make a dent on public awareness (or in Bush policy-making) because they do not consider the Cheney Plan ...
12: Lawsuit Charging U.S. Lab Origin Of HIV/AIDS
U.S. Forced To OK Lawsuit Charging U.S. Lab Origin Of HIV/AIDS UN Observer And International Report
13: Tube Talk: Making the hardest decision
Last week’s Inside New Zealandoffering, The Hardest Decision, was an unusually intelligent and well-balanced attempt to discuss the issue of abortion and its impact on New Zealand women.
14: Get Off The Bandwagon
New Zealand First leader Rt Hon Winston Peters has suggested that Maori radicals, now jumping on the De Bres Taleban bandwagon, take a look at themselves in the nearest mirror.
15: New Zealand is Outside the Intelligence Club
The revelation that Australia knew of a possible terrorist attack in Kenya but didn't inform the New Zealand Government provides more evidence that the Prime Minister was wrong when she assured the country we are a member of the best intelligence club ...
16: John Kaminski: When Medicines Are Meant To Kill
Have you noticed? In the mainstream corporate media, some stories are never written. Throughout American history the media have deliberately ignored certain subjects. Two areas especially overlooked are government drug smuggling and population control ...
17: Scoop Feedback: Joris, War, Transport and Thar
In This Edition: Joris de Bres - Please Check The Reasoning Of This Argument - Eyes Open On Transport Policy - How Bizarre
18: Police can't set themselves above the law
The police would lose credibility if officers were given immunity from private prosecution, Green Justice spokesperson Nandor Tanczos said today.
19: UQ Wire: The Rise of the American Police State (2)
One does not need to look into the Council on Foreign Relations, however, to discover the hidden agenda behind the Homeland Security Act. David Armstrong recently wrote a detailed article for Harper's Magazine on "Dick Cheney's Song of America: Drafting ...
20: Clampdown On Illegal Street Racing
More streets are to be restricted to non-residential traffic on weekends and public holidays in order to tackle the scourge of illegal street racing in Manukau. This will include a large stretch of Te Irirangi Drive between Dawson Road in Otara and ...
21: Powell In Bogotá; The Empire Visits the Satrapy
The U.S. State Department has confirmed that former Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemispheric Affairs Otto Reich will not be travelling to Colombia today with Secretary of State Colin Powell. This move is a telltale sign that Reich will ...
22: John Chuckman: Night Of The Living Dead
One by one, in the dead of night, they push ghastly, rotting fingers through dank earth in an effort to grasp something solid and pull themselves up from moldering graves, figures of long-dead flesh, blank-eyed, capable of no feeling save an unnatural ...
23: Public-Private Partnerships - Parasitic Relations
The government announcement of legislation to allow for so-called public-private partnerships represents the start of the second wave of rogernomics. What the 1984 Labour government began, the current Labour government is set to continue.
24: NEWSFLASH: Constable Abbot Not Guilty
A jury took just three hours this aftenoon to find Senior Constable Keith Abbott not guilty of the murder of Waitara resident Steven Wallace.
25: Nationalise This, Helen
The Government's proposal to purchase Tranz Rail tracks for millions of dollars is absurd, ACT Commerce Spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.
26: Baby Shaker "Loop Hole" was Deliberate
"The legal loophole which let off a 16 year old burglar from Christchurch who shook his three-week old son into a brain injury and broken leg, was no unexpected discovery. It was plain when Justice Minister Phil Goff's Sentencing Bill went through" ACT ...
27: UQ Wire: 911 - They Let It Happen On Purpose!
Imagine you wake up from a coma and you learn that 11 months ago, an "Attack on America" destroyed some significant buildings, killed 3,000 people and forced a war against terrorism. You switch on the news and see pictures of Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, ...
28: Prebble Supports Commissioner
ACT Leader Richard Prebble said today that the new Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres and his imaginative claim that white settlers were like the Taleban had exceeded even his expectations.
29: Images: Bhopal Day At Dow Chemicals
Images from the Greenpeace protest to mark Bhopal (International No Pesticides) Day commemorations earlier this week. See also Dow must take responsibility for Bhopal for more background. The banner in the photos below reads "Life Poisoned Daily".
30: UQ Wire: The Rise of the American Police State
"It is far more dangerous and threatening to our few remaining civil liberties than he appears willing to suggest," writes Professor E. Nathaniel Gates of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law about William Safire's recent article on the Homeland Security ...
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