The iPINIONS Journal: 2005: The year in Review (Google eBook)
Imagine the informed Thomas Friedman (of the The World is Flat), the provocative Christopher Hitchens (The Trial of Henry Kissinger) and the witty Maureen Dowd (Bush World) producing daily commentaries on international current events. And that is what Anthony Livingston Hall, author of the The iPINIONS Journal weblog, offers in this riveting review of the major events of 2005.
So, if you're tired of partisan talking points masquerading as informed debate, this book is your refuge from those screaming pundits and political hacks. This book is your opportunity to be provoked into thinking about the important events of our time from an objective and rational perspective.
Hall's refreshing world stems from his Caribbean heritage, American education and genuine compassion-all of which are reflected in his insightful articles.
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Kofi Annans sweeping reforms to save his job
President Putin reforming Russia in his own image
The lawyer who saved OJ is dead
banned from America
More about politics than national defense
The statesmen of our time
Turning sympathy into scorn
Bob Coasts and Anderson Cooper on the tabloidiztion of the news
Run for your lives Hurricane Katrinas coming Katrinas coming
Resolving the North Korean menace
Republican Majority leader Tom the Hammer DeLay indicted
is a big joke
French referendum may deal a death blow to the EU Constitution
CARICOMs CSME visŗvis NAFTA CAFTA FTAA and the EU
A case study in racial profiling
In Israel and Zimbabwe
For people starving in Niger aid looms like a cruel mirage
TMinus 10 9 8
Iran declares final solution for peace in the Middle East
Bob Woodward traded principles for access
Another Commonwealth Summit on trade ends with imperial promises
Political earthquakes in Israel
How prepared is the U S for another 911?
democracy in Iraq
Both sides claim victory in settlement of NYC transit strike?