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Iraq war turns U.S. into world's ╬bully'

I am very much against the war in Iraq. I do not agree with President Bush, his administration or his current actions. Pre-emptive strike makes the United States seem like a bully on the playground of the world, not a protector. Before anyone calls me anti-American, remember, I too have a right to my opinion and the right to publicly express that opinion. [Read article]

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photo ╬Peace' advocates intimidate campus

What do the UA Young Socialists, Students Against Sweatshops, the Alliance for Peace and Justice in the Middle East, Refuse and Resist, Beyond Tolerance, Heatwave and a motley group of campus pacifists all have in common? Contempt for the absolutism of reason, the inalienable morality of individual happiness, and the defense of intellectual and political liberty ¸ in short, contempt for the founding principles of America's capitalist social system. [Read article]

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A day in the life of a basketball and news junkie

Wednesday, March 19, 2003

George W. Bush orders a barrage of missiles launched on specific targets in Baghdad, thus beginning Gulf War Part Deuce.

This is the account of a humble, albeit devastatingly charming, opinions columnist during the first 24 hours of these historic events.

7:45 p.m.

I am in my apartment kicking it up a notch on some pasta, when Dan Rather pops up on television to tell the world we have just bombed Iraq. White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer then holds a short conference informing us that our Supreme Court-elected president is going to address the country at 10:15 p.m., Eastern time. Horrified, I drop a fork on the floor as terror hits me harder than an Ike Turner bitch slap. [Read article]

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