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France Takes Back Statue of Liberty

NEW YORK, NEW YORK (SP) — The government of France, fed up with escalating anti-French rhetoric emanating from the United States, has repossessed the Statue of Liberty. » more...

Ontario Gov't Propaganda Includes Postage-paid Reader Reply Forms, Giving Voters Way to Vent

TORONTO, ON (SP) — Propaganda booklets delivered to every household in Ontario include postage-paid reader reply forms, allowing voters a convenient way to express disgust at the waste of taxpayer money in producing the booklets. Actually mailing the reader reply forms more than quadruples the "estimated cost of production and delivery," giving voters even more to bitch about. » more...

Above: propaganda readers not bashful about expressing opinions

Canadian Prime Minister Opposes Free Rolling Stones Concert

TORONTO, ON (SP) — If the Rolling Stones play a free concert in Toronto next month, it will be without the support of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, due to a long-standing grudge that he still holds with them over an affair allegedly involving former First Lady Margaret Trudeau. » more...

WMD Found in Rumsfeld’s Garage

WASHINGTON, DC (SP) — The Bush Adminstration was rocked yesterday by reports that a major cache of weapons of mass destruction had been found in Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s garage. The hidden weapons store included three Scud missiles, seven forty-gallon barrels of anthrax, and a three-liter jug of Mr. Clean. » more...

Pentagon Unleashes War on War; Wars on Famine, Pestilence, Death to Follow

WASINGTON, DC (SP) — The United States is to embark on a War on War, U.S. Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld proclaimed today. "Having already made solid progress in the Wars on Drugs and Terror, it's only logical that we proceed with eradicating the next scourge of humankind, namely war itself," said Rumsfeld. » more...

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