Oct.-Nov. '00

America's Greatest Enemy: The Bloated Military Budget

Editorial: Scapegoating

Understanding Religious Wars

Vaccines: For Your Health or Their Profit?

(music reviews)

Black Myths

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Note From the Cultural Wasteland
by Morris Sullivan
Sometimes important issues, especially cultural issues, need repeating.

by Patrick Scott Barnes
Fighting for Adam and Steve: Local United Way Chapters are denying funding to the Boy Scouts for their decision to ban gay scout leaders. Barnes says this is a good thing.

The Business of Omission: "Mommy, Were There Really Protests At The Conventions?"
by Darren Kramer
While every major news service was covering the conventions, they conveniently decided to leave out coverage of the protests to protect their profits.

Overpriced Musings:
by Don Pflaster
The Principles of Vote Wasting: Pflaster Tackes the strange quandry of whether a vote -- any vote -- can truly be "wasted."

Presidential Candidates' Things to Do: Address the "Black Community"
by Adam Finley
While locating the "black community" may be tough, not just anyone can be a white president.

The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight
The Broadway smash "Gravestone & Nightsticks" is making a killing in Knight's latest comic.

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Make an IMPACT on AIDS
by Jeffrey-John Nunziata
"Can you explain if HIV, not AIDS, can go dormant in the body? Is this a new thing just discovered, 'cause I recently heard it on the news?"

The Muddlemarch
by Neal Skorpen
Political 'toons: A double-dose of election year humor proving today's politics is laughable.

U.S. Plots Course to Become "Masters of Space"
by Bruce Gagnon
Clinton may have delayed the Nuclear Missle Defense decision, but there are plenty of other frightening issues to continue looking at.

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