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Feb./Mar. '03 Articles:
Racial Profiling &
Editorial: Affirmative Action
Is This the End?
Over-Priced Musings
The New Police State
The Muddlemarch: 1
The Muddlemarch: 2
China's Moon Bears
(music reviews)

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February - March '03 Issue: Our "Print Only" Contents

Conspiracies, Plots and Other Anti-Democratic Notions
by Peter Phillips
Conspiracy theories abound in America and are directly related to the lack of investigative reporting by corporate media.

Announcing the P.U.-Litzer Prizes for 2002
by Norman Solomon
For more than a decade now, the P.U.-Litzer Prizes have gone to some of America's stinkiest media performances each year. The competition was fierce as ever in 2002.

Porno Posse Rides Against Free Expression
by Morris Sullivan
It's high noon in Polk County, where a posse has found a big stick to use against free expression.

Death Penalty Update: One Step Forward
by Kari Lydersen
The day after announcing six pardons, Illinois Governor George Ryan stunned the world by announcing blanket clemency for over 160 remaining Death Row inmates, even for the avowedly guilty.

Roe v. Wade Status Quo
by Nick Gillespie
There was a relative lack of drama surrounding the 30th anniversary of the landmark decision, and there was a reason for the ho-hum attitude.

The Word of God Is Just A Word
by Adam Finley
"I can't agree that God exists, but I can agree that his name is everywhere. It's been there since the day I was born, and I'm sure it will fall from the lips of friends and relatives as I lay on my deathbed."

Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight

Now Corporations Claim The "Right to Lie"
by Thom Hartmann
Nike, in an ongoing court battle, is arguing that corporations should enjoy the same "free speech" right to deceive that individual human citizens have in their personal lives.

PepsiCo To Parents: May We Pimp Your Children?
by John Borowski
Soda giant PepsiCo, like many other corporate carpetbaggers, believes schools are for sale, pupils can be groomed into pawns for profit and that teachers will follow dollar signs like sheep.

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