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08/16/04: Are Iraq's beheaders like our Minutemen?
08/09/04: Horrors of Darfur divide the world
08/04/04: Who stops genocide this time?
07/28/04: The FBI's fired whistleblower
07/20/04: Valedictorian of the year
07/13/04: The Constitution trumps the president
05/25/04: The genocidal government of Sudan
05/18/04: A centennial of the American spirit
05/11/04: Improving the Patriot Act
05/04/04: The Patriot Act in trouble
04/26/04: Pickering's reputation restored
04/20/04: Despite Bush's warning, can we trust Sudan?
04/11/04: The new genocide: Have you heard?
04/01/04: Can Kerry reclaim pro-life Dems?
03/22/04: Was Saddam Hussein a feminist?
03/03/04: A silent shadow on National Library Week
02/23/04: Computers will say who you are
02/19/04: A Senate coalition of conscience
01/27/04: Librarians in Castro's gulag
12/10/03: The shame of the American Library Association
12/02/03: The invisible Supreme Court
11/26/03: Demonizing Justice Janice Brown
11/18/03: Janice R. Brown: Too independent for Dems
11/11/03: New hope for Terri Schiavo
11/05/03: Should Terri Schiavo stay alive? A legal answer
10/22/03: Justice denied a good judge
09/29/03: Choosing life or death
09/16/03: 'Hype, hysteria and the Patriot Act'
09/04/03: A true doctor of education
08/12/03: The clueless education establishment
07/29/03: More truth in Tony Blair than Bush war critics
07/22/03: Military tribunals: Misrule of law
07/15/03: O'Connor's huge Constitutional error
06/30/03: TV's voice of the Constitution
06/25/03: Sudan: Children killed, Bush defied
06/17/03: Weapons of mass destruction in plain view
06/12/03: Bush plays into the Dems' hands
06/05/03: Color-coded executions
05/28/03: Affirmative action discords
05/20/03: Conservative civil liberties
05/12/03: The president can stop Democratic filibustering
05/08/03: Protecting Congress, and us, from John Ashcroft
04/29/03: I still think of Elian
04/16/03: A cruel farce in diplomacy
04/03/03: The blindness of anti-war marchers --- and why I refuse to protest
04/03/03: A pro-life advance in the Democratic Party
03/27/03: Teaching why we are Americans
03/18/03: Affirmative action: A different voice
03/11/03: Beyond the fate of Miguel Estrada
03/04/03: Colin Powell meets the teen-age press
02/25/03: It's our Constitution -- not just Ashcroft's
02/13/03: Continuing genocide in Sudan
02/04/03: The other Pickering story
01/15/03: Boy Scouts still under legal fire --- even after winning in High Court
01/09/03: Dick Armey's farewell address
01/02/03: Making affirmative action fair for all
12/26/02: A true police state
12/18/02: The eye that never sleeps
12/10/02: Grassroots resistance to Ashcroft
11/18/02: Breaking the judiciary logjam
11/12/02: Barring Clarence Thomas
11/06/02: Sudan convicted of genocide
10/29/02: John Ashcroft defines patriotism
10/15/02: Unfree speech on college campuses
10/09/02: Picking judges by polls?
10/01/02: Misunderstanding American values
09/23/02: The ABA sees the light
09/18/02: The serial contempt of the Constitution
09/09/02: Sept. 11: Will we stay free?
09/06/02: Who watches the secret court?
08/26/02: The children's circus Salaam Shalom
08/20/02: The children left behind
08/12/02: The Congressman from the Constitution
08/05/02: Sen. Pat Leahy vs. Big Brother's spies
07/29/02: How we were saved from 'Big Brothers'
07/15/02: The necklaces of hatred
07/02/02: Free speech: A Fourth of July tribute
06/24/02: Free markets in slaves
06/17/02: Sen. Tom Daschle, the enforcer
06/10/02: The scary 'new' FBI
06/03/02: John Ashcroft's in your computer
05/28/02: Betraying today's Sudanese slaves
05/20/02: Prejudicial journalism
05/13/02: Moral equivalency's end
05/06/02: Who's Afraid of Clarence Thomas?
04/30/02: Anti-Semitism springs eternal
04/15/02: Rumsfeld's military tribunals
04/08/02: Global suicide bombers?
04/02/02: Liberal bias in the media?
03/25/02: A scar on the Senate
03/19/02: Wanted: Justice
03/11/02: John Ashcroft on comparative religions
03/04/02: The Senate: Advise and disgrace
02/25/02: The FBI among the bookshelves
02/19/02: Blurring the thin line
02/11/02: Ted Kennedy versus a free thinker
02/04/02: Vietnam's state terrorism
01/28/02: The Bush-Ashcroft-Dinh global effect
01/21/02: Who's that knocking at my door?
01/14/02: Bill Clinton confronts posterity
01/07/02: Is free speech un-American?
12/31/01: Once again, our freedom is under siege
12/24/01: Remembering a great American
12/17/01: Rescuing the Constitution
12/10/01: The message we send to the world
12/03/01: Dismantling the Constitution
11/26/01: Our new terrorist ally
11/19/01: Has Ashcroft read the Constitution?
11/12/01: Suspending some of our liberties
11/05/01: Congress betrays its trust
10/29/01: The FBI under cover of darkness
10/22/01: Voice of America lives up to its name
10/15/01: Ariel Sharon spoke to the facts
10/08/01: Coming: a national I.D. card?
10/01/01: An attack on civilization
09/20/01: Sudan: Nurturer of terrorism
09/11/01: Eugenics and abortion
09/05/01: Slavery, free markets, and Bush
08/29/01: Is there biased reporting against Israel?
08/21/01: Back to separate and unequal
08/14/01: Bringing jazz musicians back to life
08/07/01: Targets of terrorism: Two reactions
07/31/01: Killing as a way of healing
07/24/01: The Stem Cell Wars
07/17/01: How Jefferson saved the First Amendment
07/10/01: A foreign threat to a scholar in America
07/03/01: Berlin (1936) -- China (2008?)
06/26/01: Keep the flag flying free
06/19/01: The war against the Boy Scouts
06/12/01: How to make public schools work
06/05/01: Pro-abortion extremists
05/29/01: Bipartisan Senate arrogance
05/22/01: Is Bob Kerrey home free?
05/15/01: Facts are elusive on TV talk shows
05/08/01: Was it a war crime?
05/01/01: U.N.'s Kofi Annan should resign
04/24/01: Congress discovers slavery
04/17/01: '60 Minutes' should be ashamed of itself
04/10/01: A case for public executions
04/03/01: At colleges, a fear of free speech
03/27/01: Constitution bars school vouchers
03/20/01: Torturers as trading partners
03/13/01: Supreme Court rewrites Constitution
03/06/01: Testing compassionate conservatism
02/27/01: Are certain lives not worth living?
02/20/01: Misteaching the rule of law
02/13/01: What a web!
02/06/01: All that jazz
01/30/01: History will also judge Robert Ray
01/23/01: History will not absolve him
01/08/01: Will Rice remember Rwanda?
01/02/01: Expanding the culture of death
12/26/00: Media should stop misleading public about High Court's actions
12/18/00: A government that executes children
12/11/00: Caucus speaks out on slavery in Sudan
12/04/00: This year, give the gift of the Constitution
11/27/00: Is capital punishment a deterrent?
11/20/00: Punishing the Boy Scouts
11/06/00: Joe Lieberman's excommunication
10/30/00: CNN discards journalistic responsibility
10/23/00: The basic flaw in the debates
10/16/00: Nader's American history lesson; or: Silencing Jesse Jackson
10/06/00: Hate-crime laws: The real message
10/03/00: Why Clinton was not convicted
09/25/00: Protecting babies born alive
09/25/00: A selective zeal for justice
09/06/00: The power of nonviolence
08/28/00: Should Dr. Laura be silenced?
08/22/00: Trashing the Bill of Rights in Philly
08/14/00: The repressive hand of China
08/07/00: A racial incident on a train
07/31/00: Attention Jesse Jackson: Sudanese children are still branded and enslaved
07/24/00: Open up the presidential debates!
07/17/00: A stealth attack on privacy
07/03/00: Plea to the Congressional Black Caucus
06/26/00: Burning 'bad' ideas at college
06/19/00: Affirmative action beyond race
06/12/00: Students discover the Constitution
06/06/00: The Liar's legacy and America's delusions
05/30/00: Reining in the majority's will
05/23/00: Press swoons for a bunco artist
05/15/00: The China that tourists don't see
05/08/00: The coverage of Reno's lawless raid
05/01/00: In Clinton and Castro's best interests
04/24/00: Elian's human rights
04/17/00: Crime's down, but arrests keep rising
04/10/00: Teacher brings Constitution to life
04/03/00: The Americans who keep disappearing
03/27/00: The censoring of feminist history
03/20/00: Should there be a chaplain in Congress?
03/13/00: Big labor, big China, spinning Gore
03/03/00: The ACLU violates its principles --- yet again!
02/28/00: Still two nations?
02/11/00: You bet we should disbar Bubba
01/31/00: Where was Jesse?
01/24/00: Is suing church for sexual harassment an entanglement?
01/18/00: Will Miranda make it?
01/11/00: ACLU: Guilty until presumed innocent?
01/03/00: Liberty lion should be Man of Century
12/28/99: Drug tests that tear families apart
12/20/99: Get ready for decisive ruling on school vouchers for religious schools
12/13/99: Guess who is taking the lead in anti-slavery movement? Hint: It ain't Rev. Jesse
12/06/99: When we refuse to buy the 'otherly-challenged' excuse
11/29/99: Expelling 'Huck Finn'
11/22/99: Pleading the First
11/16/99: Goal of diversity needs rethinking?
11/08/99: Prosecution in darkness
11/02/99: The accuracy that's owed to readers
10/26/99: Disappeared Americans
10/18/99: The blue wall of silence
10/11/99: Bill Bradley's speech tax
10/04/99: 'Technicalities' that keep us free
09/27/99: Our 'Americanism'-ignorant generation
09/20/99: ACLU better clean up its act
09/13/99: A professor of infanticide at Princeton
09/07/99: The Big Apple's Rotten Policing
08/23/99: Lawyerly ethics
08/16/99: To Get a Supreme Court Seat
08/02/99: What are the poor people doing tonight?
07/26/99: Lady Hillary and the press

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