Volume III Issue 3
2004
Scientia Est Potentia
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Pavo News Endorses Bush
'No Suprise'

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Pavo News editor on assignment    In an interview from his Ohio SUCCS (secret underground command compound and sanctuary) location, the editor of The Pavo News has ended all speculation and publicly announced the re-election endorsement of incumbent, George W. Bush. Editor-in-Chief, Ron Peacock, believes this will be no surprise to his rapidly growing readership. "The Pavo News has never deceived its readership with false promises of objectivity, as is the case with much of the mainstream media. We've made no secret we are a conservative voice and proudly proclaim the fact." Mr. Peacock went on to say, "The principles of self-determination, American sovereignty and the right of self-defense preclude us from considering any other candidate but Mr. Bush as our choice for Commander-in-Chief."


'A Good Laugh for Both Sides'

Ron Peacock
Wooster, OH(PN)

These two bits of political satire were first brought to our attention by one of our Texas readers, Mike. Later, cable news reported on this site and ran the satirical animations. If you missed the coverage, head over to www.jibjab.com and view 'GOOD TO BE IN DC' and 'THIS LAND'. Wherever you stand on the issues, you'll get a good laugh.


'The New Soldier'
by John F Kerry

Ron Peacock
Wooster, OH(PN)

click to download 'The New Soldier'    If you would like to read or are having problems locating John Kerry's disgraceful 1971 book, 'The New Soldier', The Pavo News can help. We have a PDF version of the 107 page book that can be downloaded here. For Vet's, this is a must read. You must have Adobe Reader in order to view this PDF document.


'All I Really Want(ed) To Do'
Dylan slams 60's counterculture

Ron Peacock
Wooster, OH(PN)

Bob Dylan    They put flowers in their hair, headed out to San Francisco, flocked to 'Acid Test' parties, turned on, tuned in and dropped out. Somewhere along this 'magical mystery tour', in a 'Simple Twist of Fate', these counter-culture disciples chose Bob Dylan as a principal icon. In what must have seemed a 'World Gone Wrong', Dylan reveals "The world was absurd I had very little in common with and knew even less about a generation that I was supposed to be the voice of,". These new revelations, from Dylan's recently released memoirs, are going to have more than a few fans crying 'Buckets of Rain'.
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The Birth of Afghan Democracy

Ron Peacock
Wooster, Ohio (PN)

Moqadasa Sidiqi casts first vote    "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Chinese proverb

The history of a nation was forever changed this October 9th as millions of Afghan citizens voted in the countries first ever democratic elections. After a millennium of tribal feudalism and the cruel repressive rule of the Taliban, the people of Afghanistan have tasted the sweet waters from that oasis called - freedom.
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G'day Australia
'Fair Dinkum'

Ron Peacock
Canberra, Australia (PN)

Uluru (Ayers) Rock - Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia    From the sails of Sydney Harbour, 'out past the black stump' and along crocodile infested billabongs, Australians are celebrating the historic fourth term victory of Liberal Party candidate, John Howard. With the possible exception of John Kerry (see article), American's should also take comfort in Howard's victory. Unlike his Labor Party opponent, Mark Latham, Prime Minister Howard has pledged his support in the global war on terror and continued military assistance in Iraq.

For those of you who are wondering, that was no typo earlier. Mr. Howard is the leader of the Liberal Party of Australia. Like some political 'Coriolis Effect', the opposite is true Down Under; liberal is a good thing. Unlike one of our Presidential candidates, Mr. Howard proudly bears the "label" liberal and would by no means consider it pejorative.

So, Mr. Howard, congratulations and America appreciates your support. That's fair dinkum (the truth)!


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