Arizona Daily Wildcat Online
sections
Front Page
News
Opinions
Election 2004
Sports
Football
Go Wild
Police Beat
Datebook
Comics
Crossword
Photo Spreads
Classifieds
The Wildcat
Letter to the Editor
Wildcat Staff
Search
Archives
Job Openings
Advertising Info
Student Media
Arizona Student Media Info
UATV -
Student TV
 
KAMP -
Student Radio
The Desert Yearbook
Daily Wildcat Staff Alumni

OPINIONS
Thursday, August 26, 2004
Editorial: Anarchy in Arizona

"Anarchy" is a word that has taken on a variety of meanings. Commonly, it is assigned a negative meaning - its connotations being those of a world of chaos and destruction, where disorder reigns.

However, when anarchy is defined strictly in a philosophical sense, it refers only to a society in which the controls of government are seen as an unnecessary evil. On to this definition, anarchy assumes the best of human nature. It trusts that people will conduct themselves in a virtuous and ethical manner, without the regulations of a controlling body. [Read article]

divider
photo Prop. 200 won't live up to its hype

Despite the popular myth that mass illegal immigration poses no burden on the system, undocumented immigrants place a huge financial load on the state of Arizona, to the point that one county spends more than 35 percent of its revenue on illegal residents. As a result of these increasing costs, residents across the state have rallied together to place Proposition 200, or Protect Arizona Now, on the ballot this fall. [Read article]

divider
Guest Commentary: What ASUA can do for you

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona has a rich history. For nearly 100 years, ASUA has provided programs and services for both undergraduate and graduate students.

This year, we have adopted several themes that have dominated our efforts. One such theme, which has already sparked excitement and interest, has been termed "Civic Engagement." There are three objectives central to the success of this theme: voter registration, education and voting. [Read article]

divider
Mailbag

Drinking underage illegal

Shame on the Daily Wildcat! Wednesday's column, "Party Like it's 2002," was just another incident of this newspaper complaining about Tucson police busting kids for underage drinking. Although I hate to be the bearer of bad news, it is illegal to drink in Arizona if you are under the age of 21, whether you agree with the law or not. If that really seems wrong to you, you absolutely have the prerogative to gather together in an attempt to change things. If you are not actively trying to change things, it is inappropriate to complain about the police doing their best to uphold the laws of the state. [Read article]

divider
Campus Guide
Search for:
advanced search Archives

CAMPUS NEWS | SPORTS | OPINIONS | GO WILD
CLASSIFIEDS | ARCHIVES | CONTACT US | SEARCH



Webmaster - webmaster@wildcat.arizona.edu
© Copyright 2004 - The Arizona Daily Wildcat - Arizona Student Media