Monthly Archives: December 2012

NRA’s idea to protect school children

Following the previous post about the Connecticut shooting and gun control, I have read a blog article in the Spectator magazine in which the author was referring to the press statement issued by the National Rifle Association, saying; “And the … Continue reading

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Connecticut Shooting and Japanese Whaling: Are they same?

Jon Lee Anderson, an American journalist (I guess), is talking in his article to the New Yorker about the recent tragedy in the Connecticut school. The article is entitled “GUNS AND THE LIMITS OF SHAME” and says in the very … Continue reading

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Poor Japanese prime ministers

There is one difference between Japanese politics and those in Britain and America. It’s media. Japanese newspapers are supposed to be “politically impartial” while in Britain and America newspapers such as the Guardian, Telegraph, NY Times, Washington Post etc all … Continue reading

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Japanese election

The government Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) suffered such a devastating, complete defeat in the yesterday’s election while the opposition Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) won a huge, land-slide victory. Japan’s Lower House (ie: House of Commons in Britain) has 480 … Continue reading

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