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Articles from The New American (February 6, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A snapshot of CFR dominance. 429
Anti-war stance is right, not left. Benoit, Gary 863
Article without merit. Dickens, Andrew Letter to the Editor 157
Beijing to bail out on the dollar? Brief Article 326
Bibles in the public classroom. Brief Article 320
Bush circumvents torture ban; within hours of signing a bill banning torture, President Bush issued a bill-signing statement that, in effect, reserved the right to authorize torture regardless of the ban. Telzrow, Michael E. 758
Calamities seen in the light of sacred scripture. Wechter, David Letter to the Editor 279
Cost of Iraq war skyrocketing. McManus, John F. 82
Cyber-corporatism. 322
Faith gives families of miners help, hope. Mass, Warren 624
Few limitations on eavesdropping. Brief Article 220
Headed for a fall. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 236
Home schooling among black families on the rise. Gilmore, Jodie Brief Article 295
How democracies trample rights. Hoar, William P. Brief Article 252
How immigration destroyed Rome. Oxford historian Peter Heather has reexamined the fall of Rome. His new book, The Fall of the Roman Empire, holds many lessons for today. Behreandt, Dennis Book Review 1696
Last-minute thoughts. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 223
Old problem, new solution. Gilmore, Jodie Brief Article 199
Overall budget growth persists. Hoar, William P. Brief Article 223
Piling on new debt. Hoar, William P. Brief Article 225
Plenty of places for reductions. Hoar, William P. 320
Power brokers: Jack Abramoff brought together corrupt politicians, the criminal underworld, and the global power elite. Grigg, William Norman Cover Story 1996
Protecting our freedom of religion: Congress has a golden opportunity to prevent the Supreme Court and all other federal courts from ruling on acknowledgement-of-God issues. Detweiler, George 1099
Secularists have no basis to make moral judgments. Stertz, David Letter to the Editor 233
Seeing Russia the Abramoff way: a corrupt deal brokered by Jack Abramoff led Tom DeLay to sell a critical foreign-aid vote to the Russian mob. Grigg, William Norman Cover Story 1749
Shoes for Iraqi children. Mass, Warren Brief Article 253
Sizing them up. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 217
Slave labor: made in the U.S.A.: under the influence of disgraced super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff, former House Majority Whip Tom DeLay became an apologist for slave labor camps--on American soil. Grigg, William Norman Cover Story 2805
Some good, some bad. Williamsen, Kurt 341
Squandering our substance. Hoar, William P. Correction Notice 406
Swiss "Onyx" intercepts evidence of U.S. "black sites". Brief Article 282
Take away guns and then get robbed. 364
Teacher of Liberty: classically trained at his mother's knee, George Wythe would later pass on his knowledge to so many famous Founding Fathers that he came to be called "Teacher of Liberty.". Wolverton, Joe J.D., II Biography 1943
Using a shotgun to hunt mosquitoes: like a stereotypical character shooting at mosquitoes with a shotgun, George Bush's claim to broad surveillance powers is blasting holes in our constitutional protections. Jasper, William F. 1798
Utah boy keeps cool head during fire. Mass, Warren Brief Article 256
Who ya' gonna call? Gilmore, Jodie Brief Article 292

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