On Thu, 9 Jun 2005, Howard McCollister
I read widely. One of the sources was the Wall Street Journal which I've been reading for over 20 years. Its a respected source. The other source was Business Week, not quite as rigorous as WSJ but their article on ChoicePoint was only a few months ago. They also did the book review on "No Place To Hide" also a few months ago. If you are interested, thats where you look. This is the truth and I'll bet a lot of money on it if you want to take me up on it.
Personally, I "recall
If you read enough history, you will find many stories are untrue. In times of war and espionage and politics you will always find two or more sides to any story. I'll be glad to hold my testimony as tentative until proven otherwise, but you seem to just dismiss anything that is not consistent with your seeming notion that "everything-is-just-fine, don't-worry-about-a-thing." Be my guest.
I guess it all depends on
I don't know where your memory is, but "the commie menace" just about vanished into forgoten gas when the Soviet Union collapsed. Today, the Chinese are called Chinese in the US press even though they are, officiall, still communist.
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And, you are part of the "don't worry about a thing" crowd.
Another book, reviewed this year in Business Week: "Born to Buy" all about how marketing is making little "consumption machines" out of everyone. Bo ahead, be a robot.
Yeah, he know about this stuff and is trying to "wake you up".