Vol. X, No. 11, November 2004

Civilian Casualties

by Jonathan Wallace

Presumably few people can look with pleasure or calm on pictures of the dead bloody bodies of cute four year old girls with curly hair.

Mel Hurtig, Canada's best known nationalist, and Lester B. Pearson Man of the Year Peace Award laureate has just completed his fifth best selling expose. Entitled RUSHING TO ARMAGEDDON, the book has been called "A powerful and devastating critique of the planned US missile defense system... shocking and factual." In Rushing To Armageddon, Hurtig points his readers to The Ethical Spectacle, and quotes liberally from Spectacle writer Dom Stasi's essay, The Sword Of Damocles which first appeared here in April of this year.

September 10th v. September 12th
by Evan Maloney

The choice we have on election day is between the worldview of September 10th--embodied by John Kerry--and President Bush's September 12th worldview.

Brooks Is Wrong About a New Conservative Agenda
by Peter Bearse

Brooks’ vision of a "new progressive conservatism" is wrong.

Homophobia in the Air
by Helen Fernand

A gay couple kiss on an airplane and end up under arrest.

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