Nate Hendley

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Jul 16, 2002

America's Least Wanted

Nate Hendley
Before September 11, the war on terrorism was a war against homegrown militants. Fringe groups they may be, but domestic terrorists have posed as great a threat as anyone living outside the borders o
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May 21, 2002

Rebick to Ryerson

Nate Hendley
<i>rabble</i> publisher and political activist Judy Rebick has been appointed to the Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy at Toronto's Ryerson University.
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Apr 5, 2002

Public Health | Private Hell

Nate Hendley
At an April 2 lecture in an east end Toronto church, Maude Barlow of the Council of Canadians outlined the benefits of publicly funded healthcare. She urged her audience not to be fooled by false cla
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Feb 8, 2002

The Case of the Philippines

Nate Hendley
A century after the Philippine Insurrection, troops from the United States have returned to this country as part of the current global effort to eradicate terrorism. Americans might want to brush up
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Feb 1, 2002

Dopey Ruling

Nate Hendley
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration has announced a ban on hemp-based food products because it claims that consuming hemp products can screw up drug tests aimed at detecting pot. As a r
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Nov 7, 2001

Dr. Polevoy, At Your Service

Nate Hendley
This skin-care physician spends his off-hours exposing quack medicine - that is, fake cures promoted by fake healers. The doctor works constantly to prod indifferent authorities into action. He says
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Oct 16, 2001

On the Streets with OCAP

Nate Hendley
Monday, roughly 2,000 people ate pancakes, marched and put flowers on blockaded cars to kick off a campaign of economic disruption headed by the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. A few were arrested
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Sep 27, 2001

Arab Victims of Islamic Extremism

Nate Hendley
In the United States, Muslims and Arabs have been targeted for beatings and even murder. While no killings have been reported in Canada, Muslims have endured death threats, vandalism and harassment.
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Aug 22, 2001

New Approach to the World's Oldest Profession

Nate Hendley
Some Bloc Quebecois MPs recommend drastic changes to Canada's antiquated laws on prostitution. Among other measures, they call on federal and municipal authorities to set up legal "red light district
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Aug 16, 2001

Safe Shooting Rooms

Nate Hendley
There is a way to stem the rate of HIV/AIDS among injection drug users: give addicts clean needles, a safe place to shoot up and medical supervision, so they can be revived if they overdose. In fact,

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