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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"Don't forget Fukushima" was the message Tuesday morning as roughly 16,000 people gathered in downtown Tokyo to protest the restart of Japan's nuclear power plants. The demonstration, held outside the official residence of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, came a day after the government outlined plans to restart two reactors at the Sendai nuclear plant...
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Those of us distressed by our airstrikes on Syria and woeful all-round saber-rattling, take heart. Bill O'Reilly has a "real" solution to ISIS: A well-paid, well trained mercenary army of "elite fighters (to) defeat terrorists all over the world," except experts say it would be illegal, immoral and "a terrible idea," but still. Is this what media "analysis" has come to? Regrettably, the Marx Brothers' Duck Soup comes to mind: "We got guns! They got guns! All God's children got guns!"