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Four New Links Added

December 6, 2010

Have added 4 new links (see the links at right) 3 of which that I just stumbled across this morning:

Conn Hallinan’s Dispatches From The Edge…columnist for `Foreign Policy In Focus’, writes on many international subjects. I find his stuff about as good – and accurate – as it gets

Jews On First… site that monitors the connections between mainstream Jewish groups and the far right. Good information. Done by Rabbi Haim Beliak of Los Angeles. Informative. Solid analysis

Syria Comment…done by Dr. Joshua Landis of the University of Oklahoma. Collection of articles, with commentaries by Landis on contemporary Syrian issues. From what I can tell, pretty decent and worth reading. After seeing the pathetic quality of the cables from U.S. Middle East ambassadors, released by WikiLeaks (the few that have made it to the public), suggest that the State Department might use this website as a source.

Talk To Action…put out by Rachel Tabachnick of Pittsburg, PA, it is a wealth of information on the increasingly bizarre world of the Christian Right

4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 18, 2010 1:28 am

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  2. December 24, 2010 5:46 pm

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    • December 25, 2010 8:34 am

      Livia Sparlin:
      If you get this `reply’, please email me at rprince@du.edu
      am pleased you can use the blog for your students.
      Best,
      Rob P.

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