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To: Howlin
Thanks- I really think we are witnessing a revolution in the exchange of information... it's a combination of sites like this, the blogs, and talk radio all joining together in a loose, free-wheeling confederation where ideas are passed speedily and mercilessly examined and unspun.

It's a grand time to be a free American!

23 posted on 04/14/2003 3:59:46 PM PDT by backhoe (The Dungeon doors ARE swinging open- what will the Left now say?)
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To: backhoe
"unspun"

I agree whole-heartedly. And it's about bloody time....

25 posted on 04/14/2003 4:03:30 PM PDT by Hazzardgate
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To: backhoe
It's a grand time to be a free American!

With internet access. And with friends who have really great search skills!

33 posted on 04/14/2003 4:48:35 PM PDT by Howlin (It's a great day to be an American -- or an Iraqi!)
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To: backhoe
Thanks- I really think we are witnessing a revolution in the exchange of information... it's a combination of sites like this, the blogs, and talk radio all joining together in a loose, free-wheeling confederation where ideas are passed speedily and mercilessly examined and unspun. It's a grand time to be a free American!

Yes, a revolution in the exchange of information here in free America.

However, around the world, in most statist countries, brought to you by the governments of these statist countries, CNN broadcasts its propaganda loud and clear.

For goodness sakes, half of CNN international is broadcast from the repressive country of China in a former free city -- a.k.a Hong Kong.

39 posted on 04/14/2003 8:44:27 PM PDT by FreeReign (V5.0 Enterprise Edition)
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