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March 31, 2005

Cashing in on Terri Schiavo

      Shortly after recessing for Easter, hundreds of Congressmen and Senators rushed back to Washington for a very important vote. Obviously, a vote under such circumstances certainly would have to have monumental effects or they wouldn’t have rushed back to Washington during recess. What was this vote on you ask? Did they solve the Social Security crisis, provide healthcare to all Americans, implement a hike in the minimum wage, or pass a bill to reduce poverty? No, instead they passed a bill regarding one woman which ultimately had zero effects. . . . [Read Article]
 

The Delay Dilemma

      Last January, almost every media outlet in the business reported the controversy over Ward Churchill, an ethics professor from the University of Colorado, and his essay Some People Push Back. The essay traced the recent history of US foreign policy, specifically with regard to much of the Middle East, and arrived at the conclusion that the US, specifically, “the little Eichmanns inhabiting the sterile sanctuary of the twin towers,” got what they deserved when terrorists successfully destroyed both buildings. While the ethical controversy was fitting, given the moral repulsiveness of Churchill’s views, not to mention recent allegations of plagiarism, one does not need to travel all the way to Colorado to witness breaches of ethical conduct. In fact, one does not even need to single out a university ethics professor; one of the vilest acts of ethical repugnancy is occurring within the US Congress. The egregious behavior of House Majority Leader Tom Delay (R-TX) over the past few years is again coming home to roost as Delay faces accusations, yet again, of breaking House ethics rules. . . . [Read Article]
 

A Whiny and Wishy-washy Elections Committee Serves BC Poorly

      For those of you that haven't yet read the "Letter to the Editor" in February 28th's edition of the Heights from the Elections Committee, I urge you to do so. Their self-righteous indignation was enough to make me slightly nauseous - although it could have been the Chinese from Chef Choy's house. . . . [Read Article]
 

CSOM Voting Behavior Reinforces Notion of Uncaring Capitalists

The Strays of Baghdad

To Speak Out Against Activist Judges Misses the Point

The President and I

A Party of Death

Still don't get it? Why I loathe GW

A Letter to the Homophobic Student

The Students Have Spoken

Progressive Profiling: The Global Justice Project

Bus(c)h On The Brain

Registration Recommendations

Now what?

Oh, Canada

The Bush Doctrine

Cross-Straight Tension Boils: The China Taiwan Affair

No Need To Ignore This Story, The Media Already Did

Social Security: An Issue to be Conservative About

Craig’s Crystal Ball: GOP Bench Wearing Thin

Floor 7: Part II

All The News That’s Left To Print

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