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11:07 am - May 13th 2008

by Aaron Murin-Heath    

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Welcome to Casting the net, Liberal Conspiracy’s daily web review. As always, please feel free to share your own recommendations in the comments. Apologies for the absence of the review yesterday, it was my little boy’s birthday and we had many Spider-man related things to see to.

New Mandala – There is no way that the Junta in Myanmar can pretend Cyclone Nargis didn’t happen, or hide behind local bureaucratic incompetence. Then again, its downfall has been predicted all too often.
JayWalk – The Chinese responses to recent disasters, convey a change in its political approach.
Adam Bowie – On Chinese TV’s moderated footage of the carnage, and how twitter propagated the news of disaster.
Political Wire – Is insolvency about to throttle Labour?
OurKingdom – Did Labour use the politics of fear on the Crewe and Nantwich by-election. Desperate times…
Cassilis – Labour – and the left in general – just don’t get it: David Cameron’s new “compassionate conservatism” is real, rooted in history, and ideologically sound.
peezedtee – Eight reasons why it’s time to call time on Labour.
Pickled Politics – And three reasons why Obama will be president.

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Aaron Murin-Heath is an occasional contributor. He is a writer based in Newark-on-Trent and Tallinn, Estonia. He is both socially and economically liberal. Aaron blogs at
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