In this week’s edition of Shire Network News, the official podcast of Silent Running, documentary maker Steve Rosenbaum talks about his film on 9/11, “Seven Days in September”; Our Man in London talks about the reaction to the new light shed on the police shooting of an innocent man at a tube station; and controversial Australian historian Keith Widschuttle discusses the politicisation of history and how to resist it.
Also mentioned, Samizdata, Mark Steyn, Cindy Sheehan and “flaming Jewish arrows”, Sydney blogger Leigh Cartwright, the withdrawl from Gaza and why no one wants to be prime minister of Israel, Brazialian-Israeli on the spot in Gaza blogger Renatinha of Balagan fame, Meryl Yourish, and righteous penetint Scott Randolph has the scales fall from his eyes so he can see the light. [James Brown voice] I SAID, HAVE YOU SEEEEEEEN THE LIGHT! [/JAMES BROWNVOICE]
And as always we bring you the Full of Crap Report from Laurence Simon.
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