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    OB Rag newspaper online

    About OB Rag English online newspaper : OB Rag newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in October 2007. The OB Rag website was first started by Patty Jones and Frank Gormlie. It was Published in California , United States. It's reached 6th anniversary In October- 2013 . Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Incredible Health benefits of Pumpkin seeds
    Israel attacked Lebanon: One Hezbollah commander and 10 civilians killed
    Remove Joe Biden from the presidency: West Virginia Attorney General Patrick
    The ground is set for the formation of a coalition government in Pakistan !!!
    At Least 30 Killed In Twin Blasts Outside Pak Candidates Offices In Balochistan
    Chile’s Former president dies in a helicopter crash
    Terror attack on Chaudhwan police station in Pakistan, 10 policemen killed!
    India sends humanitarian aid to Zambia amid cholera outbreak
    Canada has extended the ban on foreigners buying houses for another 2 years
    Imran Khan, wife Bushra get 7-year jail term for illegal marriage

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    Language English
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    More about OB Rag newspaper : George Bush was still President at the beginning of October 2007, and the Iraq conflict was in its fourth year. I was living in a tiny house with Patty Jones on the four hundred block of Long Branch. I recall looking at the news in the living room and shouting at the pals and scholars to parrot Bush's lies. It was disturbing, and that anger prompted me to participate in the peace movement in San Diego. No better newspapers?in particular, the Union-Tribune. The reality was apparently unmistakable, nationally?and locally?and only the corporate story was displayed by the press.