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George W. Bush began to take part in a Bible study group in 1985, after two decades of binge drinking. For two years he studied the Scriptures and put his heavy drinking behind him.
No single endorsement, save that of next July's party convention, will
decide the winner of what remains a remarkably unsettled race for the
Democratic presidential nomination.
Militant leaders now preach peace, but they may have won the ideological war.
Early on the crisp morning of October 15, the archbishops of
thirty-seven of the thirty-eight provinces of the Anglican Communion
(known as primates) gathered in closed session at Lambeth Palac
Minors like Malvo fare poorly in Virginia.
Filmmaker and author Michael Moore wrote the foreword to A Right
to Be Hostile: The Boondocks Treasury by Aaron McGruder, from which
the three cartoon strips are drawn. Copyright © 2003 by Aaron
McGruder. Published by arrangement with Three Rivers Press, a division
of Random House, Inc.
Seeking media justice--not just reform.
As the 2004 election draws nearer and George W. Bush's poll numbers grow
shakier, White House operatives are devoting themselves to coddling the
Abigail and Stephan Thernstrom have long been pillars of highbrow
conservatism in America.
Bus depots are one of many environmental culprits that contribute to health problems in poor communities of color.