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The objective of this page is to determine how citations and sources of information should be used and evaluated. At the moment here are a few links so you can see how others have chosen to do it.

Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources
This guideline discusses how to identify reliable sources. The policy on sourcing is Wikipedia:Verifiability. This requires inline citations for any material challenged or likely to be challenged, and for all quotations.

SourceWatch
SourceWatch is strictly referenced. This means that every piece of information in an article should be accompanied by a link to a source for that information. This page discusses four main topics: general referencing guidelines, the mechanics of creating footnotes, specific pointers on citing particular types of publications, and how to fix broken citation links or clean-up referencing problems.

Propaganda Matrix


RedHerring.com
Has recently become just that!
DemocraticUnderground.com

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Democracy Now

Winning the Oil Endgame

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Soldiers Blogs


Fight to Survive
The Statistics were a group of soldiers deployed in Iraq between January of 2004 and March of 2005. The posts from this period are an expression of our raw emotions and thoughts while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom II. Since being honorably discharged in the summer of 2005, we've continued to post additional journal entries, poetry, and reflections from our time served and our current lives as veterans as we continue our Fight to Survive. (This appears to have been tampered with!)

ThisF*ckingWar.blogspot.com/
This guy has some good thinking but not all and links are broken.

William Bowles

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These are interesting links to organisations that MAY have some of the truth.

Zeitgeist

The Zeitgeist films are interesting, one is on religion but I suspect, even as an atheist, that they are oversimplifying the story. This one is on the federal reserve and gives an interesting perspective.

Zeitgeist - The Movie: Federal Reserve (Part 1 of 5)

YouTube Video



Tragedy and Hope

By Carrol Quigly, is perhaps one of the most enlightening modern history books I have ever found. PDFs of it can be found on the internet.


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