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Articles from The New American (March 16, 2009)

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A "just" war or just a war? From Korea to Iraq, America has waged undeclared war. Laurence Vance's Christianity and War sheds light on whether or not this war making has been "just.". Behreandt, Dennis Book review 1439
A shotgun and a lecture. Scholl, Alan 409
A veterans' veteran goes the extra mile. Stanley, Liana 599
Amnesty for aliens who serve in military. 382
Atheist bus campaign gets "curious" divine jolt. Brief article 246
Bandleader kills gunman. Scholl, Alan 371
Blaming CEOs alone not credible. McManus, John F. Brief article 87
Counting the cost of the census: the U.S. census is a source of growing conflict: its results can be manipulated for political gain, and its questions invade privacy and classify Americans according to race. Kenny, Jack 1353
Creeping nationalization. Viewpoint essay 353
Don't bum rush rush. O'Brien, Sally G. Letter to the editor 116
Employees "Donate a Day" for their respected boss. Stanley, Liana 401
Federal fertilizer. Burke, Lawrence Letter to the editor 195
Movieguide's "Faith & Values Awards". Stanley, Liana 823
National service defender. White, John Letter to the editor 144
Oklahoma leads the way in the Tenth Amendment movement. Brief article 103
Restoring the balance between the states and the federal government. Brief article 262
Shock & awe economics: the Obama stimulus bill has been called "shock and awe for a shaken nation," a military metaphor that may unintentionally hint at the economic devastation it could cause. Scaliger, Charles Cover story 3684
Sounding like a bomb lobber. Reynolds, Kenneth Letter to the editor 197
Stimulating government. Hoar, William P. 1417
The inflation tax. Benoit, Gary 834
The International banks on a bit of truth: a new film, with globalist bankers as bad guys, weaves threads of the truth into its tale of intrigue and adventure. Perloff, James Movie review 1136
The Militia: in history and today: the Founders envisioned the militia as a guardian of states" rights and the people's liberties. Today this vital role is fulfilled by State Guard units, also known as State Defense Force units. Eidsmoe, John A. 3857
Trick but no treat. Scholl, Alan Brief article 256
Violence in Mexico: the U.S. military has warned that criminal gangs and drug cartels could bring about the "rapid and sudden collapse" of the Mexican government, with effects spilling over into the United States. Newman, Alex 2798

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