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Time for anti-war protesters to accept the war and move on

Well, it's done: the war has begun. For those of you who were against the war, it's time to move on.

Don't get me wrong I opposed this war, too. I was especially appalled at the intersection of corporate and other interests that conspired to start it, by the facade of disarmament and ties to al-Qaeda that fueled it, and with the inept diplomacy that has failed to avert it. I believe our action is setting a dangerous precedent that it is inexcusable that we should act nearly alone with so much of world opinion against us. It is likely that we may yet pay dearly for our arrogance and hubris. [Read article]

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UA community must support U.S. troops

Some students did not enjoy a relaxing week off for Spring Break.

Our friends and family are currently in the Middle East involved in operation "Iraqi Freedom." Regardless of your take on war, under no circumstances can we withdraw our support for our troops.

The troops cannot be clumped into a unit. The 120,000 American military personnel involved in the operation are all individuals that are connected to us in our daily lives. They are our friends and classmates. Our family members. Our teachers. Our community members. Each person now stationed in the Middle East is dedicating his or her time and possibly his or her life to this cause. [Read article]

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photo America must end vacation from reality

It was exactly what a vacation should be. For three days of sun and sand, the incessant drum of the outside world the schoolwork, the jobs, even the looming threat of war faded to a dull background throb. Life felt carefree, which is an easy enough state of affairs when you intentionally limit your world to a tent and two miles of beautiful beach. This self-imposed exile from the world couldn't last, of course. News of the war crept in first, with school and bills and all the rest close behind. Now, just a few days later, the nastiness and stress of the real world is back with a vengeance. [Read article]

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