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Pro-war side does not have time to hold marches

I am responding to Phil Leckman's and Kendrick Wilson's constant Bush bashing, peace marching, leftwing propaganda in Wednesday's Issue of the Week. Speak for yourself. Those of us who support President Bush do not have time to march on the streets to let the world know about it. We do not have time because most of us are at work or at school. Liberal Facists like yourselves do not represent world opinion. [Read article]

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U.N. following path of League of Nations

The United Nations is coming to a crossroads and it's time for it to decide which path it intends to take. On the one hand, it has the opportunity to exert itself as a legitimate world governing body, while on the other, it may fall by the wayside, history recording its existence as an organization with potential that doomed itself to failure.

In 1945, the United Nations was established to create an international organization that would maintain peace and security throughout the world. While the U.N. has clearly achieved a great deal during its 57 years of existence, it's becoming more and more clear that its inability to handle current situations in the world today may eventually lead to its downfall. [Read article]

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photo Gas prices too high? Ditch the SUV!

Gas prices are soaring in Tucson and across the nation. Just last Wednesday, the Arizona Daily Star reported that the average unleaded price had reached $1.64 per gallon, compared to only $1.34 in January. One would imagine that with rising prices, Americans would be looking for more fuel-efficient cars, but it just doesn't seem to be the case.

While environmentalists continue to insist we have the technology to build cars that could get 100 miles per gallon, Ford decided to roll out its Explorer XLT instead last November, which barely gets 11 miles to the gallon. Indeed, Toyota and Honda both Japanese car companies have put forth the only serious attempts at producing hybrid, ultra-fuel-efficient cars for the public. [Read article]

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