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On April 1 the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases on whether to overturn the 1978 Bakke decision and ban consideration of race as
Spring officially began on Thursday, March 20, but the first real spring
day in Washington was Saturday, a blindingly sunny day, flowers just
beginning to peek out, the National Kite Festival o
Not since Jimmy Carter's confession that he had lusted in his heart
after women other than his wife have Americans been so interested in the
religious life of the man occupying the Oval Office.
You could have knocked CNN's Aaron Brown over with a feather.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the University of Michigan
affirmative action cases on April 1.
Recently, Nilas Martins, principal dancer at the New York City Ballet,
was stopped in Washington, DC, by gun-wielding policemen.
William O. Douglas was a judicial record-setter.
How bad can things get, how fast? Are we already at the point where
literally nothing can derail the war machine?
Let's say you have a war to sell. You have the usual public relations
tools at your disposal: highly scripted press conferences, stories
leaked by White House officials to a compliant press.
During the Vietnam War the heavyweight boxing champion of the world,
Muhammad Ali, refused to serve in the Army.