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Entries by Carl Pope from 10/2006

Rupert and Me

| Posted 10.09.2006 | Business
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Let's not mourn the inadequate concepts of globalism, the consequences of which continue to weigh heavily upon the world's poor.

The Destroyer of Worlds

| Posted 10.11.2006 | Huffington Post

Delhi, the capital, is experiencing an epidemic of dengue fever (997 cases so far; three times as many as last year), as are Bombay, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

It's the Arrogance, Stupid

| Posted 10.16.2006 | Politics
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Returning from India, I find that the political landscape looks like a hurricane hit it. Pollsters like Stan Greenberg speak of a political "meltdown,...

What Will Carl Hiaasen Write About if Florida Goes Away?

| Posted 10.19.2006 | Entertainment
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Florida has more to lose, and more quickly, from our suicidal energy policies than any other state. Leave aside the threat of offshore drilling to it...

"Girls Kick Ass!"

| Posted 10.23.2006 | Healthy Living
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The world economy could suffer a $20 trillion hit by century's end if governments fail to address global warming.

Fraud, Fraud, and Damned Fraud

| Posted 10.24.2006 | Huffington Post

Americans are being urged, across party lines, to vote for a new energy future in several weeks. The Christian Coalition and leaders of the National A...

Down for the Big Three Count

| Posted 10.26.2006 | Huffington Post

I don't usually read the auto section of the New York Times, so I threw it away at my hotel here in Denver. Bad mistake. This time it contained a comp...

Pombo on the Ropes?

| Posted 10.30.2006 | Politics
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While Pombo continues to deny that his agenda includes drilling for oil and gas off California's coast, even though he's authorized a bill that would do exactly that, he's being positioned by the Bush Administration to control drilling decisions for the next two years.

All My Sons

| Posted 10.31.2006 | Politics
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My brief acting career began (and ended) at thirteen, when I played the character of a boy in Arthur Miller's drama "All My Sons." The play concerns t...