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One of the great disappointments of recent decades is that Democrats
have more or less swallowed whole the underlying economic theories of
their Republican rivals.
The New York City public school system doesn't have the money, time or
organizational skills to make sure every child has a dictionary--or a
In a weapons producing nation under Jesus
In the fabled crucible of the free world
Camera crews search for clues amid the detritus
And entertainment shapes the land
The house organ for America's political class is pushing Bush's case for war.
As one of the largest private employers in Africa, the Coca-Cola Company could
dramatically alter the course of HIV/AIDS.
The military needs more lawyers. More accurately, the Defense Department
wants military recruiters to recruit law students on campus and through
The day after Mary Robinson stepped down as United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights, forced out by determined pressure from
Washington, George W.
There's a joke circulating on the Internet: A grandmother overhears her
5-year-old granddaughter playing "wedding." The wedding vows go like
this: "You have the right to remain silent.
It's filling the grassroots role once played by the Christian
Even after twenty-five years, the bitter taste of Argentina's "dirty war" lingers.