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Articles from The New American (May 30, 2005)

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"Taps": a soldier's good night: since its creation during the Civil War, Taps has been used to signal the end of day at military camps and to pay tribute to those brave souls who have gone to their final rest. White, John 3834
An anti-FTAA victory. 332
Building warriors in the classroom? 516
Delivery dangers. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 280
Emasculating the military: politically correct dictates are ever more being imposed on today's military, degrading morale, discipline, and combat effectiveness. Wallace, George C. 1358
Ending judicial activism: past efforts at remedying judicial activism have failed largely because of the difficulty of implementing them, but newly proposed congressional legislation is promoting a workable fix. Detweiler, George 1880
EU police to be above the law? Brief Article 208
FTAA/CAFTA opposition rising. McManus, John F. 873
Get ready for the draft: with recruitment bottoming out and U.S. military commitments expanding overseas, a return to conscription looms on the horizon. Grigg, William Norman 1696
Good enough for government work. 383
Good neighbor policy. Mass, Warren 426
Grandma gets a gun. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 246
Green lies and subsidies. Hoar, William P. 819
Helping homeowners. Mass, Warren 503
Hollywood bouquet to embattled UN: Director Sydney Pollack's suspense drama, The Interpreter, is timed to shore up support for the UN and promote the authority of the International Criminal Court. Jasper, William F. Movie Review 1330
Inexcusable error. Overall, Zan Letter to the Editor 475
Initiative in energy. Sumner, Carla Letter to the Editor 87
More on the Schiavo case. Bennett, William F. Letter to the Editor 106
Parents versus pop culture. 351
Prayer alive at Rodeo. Mass, Warren Brief Article 107
The state of the military: America has the most technologically formidable military in history, yet the burdens of serving as global policeman have left our nation perilously undefended. Wallace, George C. Cover Story 3134
They had already suffered. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 125
Too bad she wasn't a better shot. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 205
U.S. defenders or UN enforcers? The U.S. military is currently being used as the enforcement arm of the United Nations. America's Armed Forces must be restored to their only proper role: national defense. McManus, John F. 2557
Worth a try to lie. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 113

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