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Old 01-29-2003, 08:45 AM   #16
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Well look at it this way: it's either this or George Bush. Which was the whole point of this thread.
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Old 01-29-2003, 09:33 AM   #17
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Re: The FYM Challenge

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Topics might include: non-Iraq related foriegn policy issues; commentary on governments other than American, Western European, or Australian; social issues that don't get a lot of press; up-and-coming environmental topics; topics about anthropology or sociobiology...the list goes on and on.
Social issues that don┤t get a lot of press? What about the thread below? I was hoping to read some thoughts and ideas about the WSF, but it ended up being a sort of informative thread. Anyways...

http://forum.interference.com/showth...threadid=71160
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Old 01-29-2003, 11:28 AM   #18
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Oh, you Aussies.

It's okay--everyone is doing a great job.
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I am curious about the fact that this administration seems to be heading back down the track of deficit spending.

I was talking to an Aussie friend today about the "apology" issue and it all sounds very much like some of the stuff I heard bandied about regarding race relations with African Americans at my college. Avoidance is so much easier, isn't it. blah.

I also heard from another Aussie the other day that Indonesian troops had crossed back into East Timor recently and I wonder what if anything the int'l community is going to do about that.
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Oops, really? Well East Timor is one of the last countries that joined the UN. They should do sth. about it. When did that happen?

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Senator Zell Miller, Democrat from Georgia, has announced that he will not be seeking re-election in 2004.

This will likely worry Republicans (because he usually voted with them) and Democrats (because it will create an open, non-incumbent seat).

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I am curious about the fact that this administration seems to be heading back down the track of deficit spending.

A conservative commentator on FOXNews last night described his spending pledges as "Clintonian" after the State of the Union Address.

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Here's an interesting website:

www.feministsforlife.org

Helps to address the questions and challenges faced by women who consider themselves feminists but also anti-abortion.
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Here's an interesting website:

www.feministsforlife.org

Helps to address the questions and challenges faced by women who consider themselves feminists but also anti-abortion.
Hmmm, interesting topic... I am not very fluent with feminist theories, but I think this website concentrates very much on anti-abortion issues, and probably not that much on other feminist issues.

What would you think of abortion after rape, paxetaurora? And then, I know the number of abortions is very high, probably too high, but shouldn┤t the decision be left to every women on her own?

I have to admit i am a little biased, because all I normally here of anti.abortion is really bad stuff, like protesters denying access to clinics and other weird stuff.

What do you think?
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