Apparently Boston College Library has a curious new way to censor the Internet, via an apparently "legal" loophole. Will this covert warfare successfully block students from accessing dissenting information? The way the prompts appear, it looks quite camoflauged.
To show how much his answer pissed me off, I grabbed his whole stack of papers and made a run for the nearest recycling bin -- I just needed a poignant way to show that if you want change, you can't ignore potential allies.
So long as manufacturing executives seek labor arbitrage opportunities, employing U.S. blue-collar workers will be expensive. (American workers, after all, expect such niceties as pensions and health care.)
[Geert Van Moorter, a doctor in the Belgian organization Medicine for
the Third World who was in Baghdad during the U.S. bombing in April,
returned to Baghdad from the beginning of July to mid-August to find
witnesses for war-crimes charges against U.S. Gen. Tommy Franks. He was interviewed in the Belgian weekly newspaper, Solidaire, on Aug. 20.]