Justin's Whirled Headlines Issue #54
SEPTEMBER 18, 2000

2000, Justin Thorne




Bush NOW focusing on domestic agenda AFTER STARTLING DISCOVERY THAT HE CANNOT NAME 15 COUNTRIES OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.

Peru president prepares NEW BALLOT FRAUD TECHNIQUES TO BE ROLLED OUT IN TIME for new elections

U.S. warns Iraq to avoid any aggressive action, OR IT WILL CONTINUE STARVING IRAQI CHILDREN

FEARING ANY SORT OF PROGRESS THAT WILL PUT THEM OUT OF WORK, Mideast negotiators backtrack in peace talks

Tony Blair WEARs ATHLETIC supportER, GOLFWEAR MADE OF PETROLEUM BY-PRODUCTs, CARRIES putters FOR ENERGY MINISTERS amid British fuel protests

Police shut down Islamic youth offices in Turkey, APPARENTLY FOR SUPPORTING ISLAMIC YOUTHS

Cuba offers to send doctors to U.S., IN ADDITION TO THE REGULAR SUPPLY OF FELONS

Abusive U.S. peacekeepers cause 'grave concern THAT AMERICANS MAY SEEM LIKE OVERBEARING BULLIES TO THE REST OF THE WORLD. IMAGINE THAT.' Cohen

Bush targets middle class FOR MARGINALIZATION in campaign rebuild

Swiss firms seek protection against Nazi slave labor lawsuits, PRESUMABLY BECAUSE THEY FEAR LOSING THEM

Russian oil experts in Iraq LOOKING FOR WAYS TO IRRITATE WEST AND EXPLOIT SITUATION TO THEIR ADVANTAGE

Clinton PRIVATELY celebrates Constitution WITH THREE YOUNG 'LEGAL SCHOLARS' OF HIS CHOICE

Key facts about Peru: CORRUPT, AUTHORITARIAN, NOT LIKELY TO CHANGE ANYTIME SOON

Police open fire during political clash in India; 7 dead

Indian prime minister gets lavish White House treatment