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Friday, September 17, 2021

It Ain’t Broke

The Internet was devised by U.S. military researchers in the 1960s, and under U.S. auspices it has flourished into the omnipresent tool of communications, information and entertainment it is today.

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An Unstable Situation

The resolution I’ll be debating: “This house believes that George W. Bush is a danger to world stability.” The members of the Phil presumably came to me because they could find no one in Europe willing to publicly dispute this widely accepted notion.

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Let’s Sleep on It

All animals need sleep, but scientists are increasingly discovering that neither snooze time nor type of sleep is anything close to uniform across species.

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Halloween’s Fall From Grace

Once, Halloween was all about trick-or-treating and the sugar rush that came with scoring enough candy to last until Thanksgiving. Then came the fear of bullies and razor blades. Now, a holiday that grew from Celtic rituals finds itself squarely in the middle of modern-day culture wars.

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Can Dems Seize the Moment?

Republicans appear to be in disarray. President Bush’s Iraq war, entered into on the basis of lies, requires fluctuating rationales. American soldiers and Iraqis die without any end in sight. Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina and that of his appointed incompetents was crudely unsympathetic. Key members of his administration appear likely to be indicted for criminal activities and cover-ups having to do with attacking someone who exposed the administration’s false reasons for the war in Iraq.

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