Friday, April 25, 2008

Headlines for ANZAC Day

Anzac Day legacy cannot be forgotten
Alan Jones
92 years ago today a lone voice amongst the 100,000 Sydneysiders gathered at the Domain broke into the hymn that is synonymous with Anzac Day: "Abide with me, fast falls the eventide; the darkness deepens, Lord with me abide".
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Dealer who sold gun used in university massacre visits campus
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Bob Carr a Harry Potter-hater, philosopher king and prize fool.
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Ex-prostitute publishes internet handbook
Prostitute
A WOMAN who realised her schoolgirl dream of becoming a prostitute has written a handbook for aspiring online call girls.
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Rates for mates
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (07:51 am)
A meeting of luvvies, run by and for luvvies
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Mansion on the summit
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (07:13 am)
I’ve been hanging out for this: the team from the Comedy Channel’s The Mansion finally gets to Kevin Rudd’s summit. Love the Blanchett stuff especially
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Column - China sends in the clowns
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (06:02 am)
IF I hadn’t seen the circus with my own eyes, I’d think the $2 million we spent running a torch around Canberra yesterday was wasted.
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Column - Prophecy all washed up
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (06:00 am)
RAIN sure is falling this week on the parade of our global warming alarmists.
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Used but not abused. Or disabused
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (05:53 am)
Reader Michael Gow, the director and playwright, thinks I’m too cynical about the Kevin Rudd’s summit, but I’m not sure he’s disagreeing with much I actually wrote in the piece he’s responding to
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Don’t sell the car just yet
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (05:53 am)
Peak oil delayed yet again
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Not treaty now
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (05:51 am)
That’s two dead horses, actually
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Those ads sure worked by Andrew Bolt
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Declaring what they should be checking
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (12:03 am)
I guess there’s not much freedom to change your mind - or let your students make up their own - when your job title at Adelaide University is the Sir Hubert Wilkins Chair of Climate Change and when you declare on your staff page
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Watching fuel rise
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (04:54 pm)
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Human rights chief sides with China
Andrew Bolt – Friday, April 25, 08 (03:19 pm)
The head of our Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission has given China a pass on human rights and told the world not to be so critical. In an extraordinary interview with Chinese state television, John von Doussa has backed China’s argument that it can wait to grant full human rights until it’s eliminated poverty - an argument to justify tyranny for decades to come
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