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11/29/05: Colleges perhaps better as spas
11/23/05: Dems need another Scoop
11/16/05: $724 billion for new Medicare drug benefits and still chaos
11/09/05: Why do network TV and the federal government pick on some vices and not on others?
11/04/05: Some things that Americans can teach the French
11/02/05: Scarlett R?
10/20/05: Miers understands states' rights
10/06/05: Miers Will Be Nobody's Dummy
09/28/05: Houston to be more like Portland
09/23/05: The logic of eating local
09/21/05: The national grasshopper mentality
09/16/05: The War on Drugs in action
09/14/05: Let's keep the renewable energy industry local — there's gold in them thar' (wind m)ills
09/12/05: Lessons of 2 urban catastrophes
09/07/05: Under water and under fire — Politicians vs. Mother Nature
09/02/05: The proof is at the pump — we can solve our gas crisis
08/26/05: If Bush doesn't take care of immigration issue properly, the Dems might do it for him
08/24/05: It's the theaters, stupid
08/19/05: Could the 2006 congressional elections produce a repeat of 1994 — this time, in their favor?
08/12/05: NARAL is the conservatives' secret weapon
08/05/05: Democracy where Iraqi women are ‘half free’, isn't democracy
07/27/05: Strange new reality makes us all players in a film-noir existence
07/21/05: Bush's choice was pure genius
07/20/05: The only court that matters is the food court
07/13/05: Today's ‘War of the Worlds’: The difference between real and make believe
07/08/05: It's Civilization vs. Oil
07/06/05: Simple solution to complex dilemma is racist
07/01/05: Base Closings: When local emotions and national fiscal realities clash
06/29/05: You can't price everything
06/22/05: No more goodbye Columbus
06/17/05: Only with prudent actions will the Mississippi Delta be saved
06/15/05: Between restrictions and chaos
06/08/05: Romney juggles his hot potatoes
06/01/05: Too much culture of life could result in millions of unnecessary deaths
05/27/05: Base-closings show apolitical decisions being made about what's best for country
05/25/05: Balancing the need to remember against the needs of the future
05/20/05: CAFTA underscores need for job assistance — not trade assistance
05/18/05: When capital punishment is enacted in New England, you know it's about politics
05/13/05: Hillary showing more gumption on aliens than GOPers
05/06/05: The fuzzing of virgin and vixen
04/27/05: How America can stop kissing up to the Saudis
04/22/05: Americans are amazingly dumb about investing and should not be encouraged risk their futures
04/20/05: An education does not bring ‘economic freedom’
04/18/05:We who dare to clean house
04/13/05: Value-added tax is tax simplification
04/08/05: Scaring people away from debt
04/06/05: Minutemen should refocus their efforts — border isn't source of immigration problems
04/01/05: The reality of ‘Invasion Iowa’
03/30/05: America's trendiest cities don't have to be childless
03/25/05: Hey, stiffs get your pitchforks
03/09/05: Boeing CEO disgraces Corporate America by actions ,not only self
03/04/05: Protecting the environment is essential in protecting our national heritage
02/25/05: It's a nice try, but the Social Security plan is doomed to fail
02/18/05: A small Southern town keeps its dignity
02/16/05: America's drug war ruins border
02/11/05: Vulgar TV — and the irresponsible parents that allow its viewing
02/09/05: Population decline? Bring it on!
02/07/05: Social (In)Security is still better than gambling on the market
02/02/05: In South, working-class whites finally get a scholarship to call their own
01/28/05: Do government wa$te watchdog groups have a sense of proportion?
01/26/05: Johnny follows discretion into history
01/07/05: In healthcare prez is running circles around public-spirited Dems
01/05/05 Forcibly taking one person's home or shop to attract a better class of taxpayer
12/31/04: Remember the Simplicity Movement?
12/29/04: How to grow new businesses on the ashes of dying industries
12/24/04: Bizarre government report is distraction
12/17/04: Conflict of interest in war on drugs?
12/15/04: And what about Giuliani?
12/14/04: Libs and moderates need to get the federal government off their backs
12/07/04: A passage painful and profound — Some go ‘through the door’
12/03/04: Time to end the immigration fan dance
12/01/04: Pat me down for safety, please!
11/25/04: Thanksgiving is becoming so, so un-American
11/24/04: Freeloading Wal-Mart, et al.
11/19/04: This disaster flick could leave you broke
11/10/04: Boy, would the Europeans love to trade their culture war for ours
11/03/04: Of mad cows and junk science
10/29/04: The Sabbath blues
10/22/04: Howard Stern as visionary?
10/15/04: Kerry as Mr. Popular?
10/13/04: The Patriot Act's impolitic critics
10/11/04: Illegal, but . . . — drug imports busting out all over
10/04/04: Skin cream and hard drive — Understanding product delivery
09/29/04: GOPers weak on security?
09/20/04: Creative Bumper-Sticking 101 — Dept. of Nice Political Tricks
09/15/04: Greedy geezers
09/10/04: How to solve the overtime problem
09/08/04: You never know what is going to come out of that gorgeous blue sky
09/03/04: Real conservatives should shudder at privatizing social security
09/01/04: Is president's position on immigration hurting him?
08/25/04:Where to protest? — Trampling on the rights of all New Yorkers
08/20/04: Lard have mercy! Government program pays obese to slim down
08/18/04: Not literature, to be sure — What will fill the hole in his head?
08/09/04: Neighborhoods left barren by affluence
08/06/04: One last chance to control the nation's population and preserve their quality of life
08/04/04: Why are GOPers facilitating the government takeover of retirement!?
07/28/04: The problem with 'issues'
07/26/04: Bad Rx for bad system — Mega Meds lot's obscene sense
07/21/04: South being invaded again — and the losses are mounting

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