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» Submitted for Your Approval from Watcher of Weasels
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» Strategy for the Long War from Prudens Nauta
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» The Council Has Spoken! from Watcher of Weasels
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» The Council Speaks from Andrew Olmsted dot com
This week's Council results are in. The winning Council entry was Done With Mirrors' Why Is There Still a CIA?, and the winning non-Council entry was Blackfive's A Strategy for the Long War. The full list of nominees is here.... [Read More]

» The Council Has Spoken! from Dean's World
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» Watcher's Council results from The COLOSSUS OF RHODEY
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» Watcher's Council Results from Rhymes With Right
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» The Coalition of the Willing from Watcher of Weasels
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» Council speak 01/12/07 from Soccer Dad
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