|Published April 5, 2005|
The threads of life run amongst all humanity
Last week was a week of well publicized deaths in the world. First of course there was the agonizing watch on the end of life that was Terri Schiavo's. Then of course came Pope John Paul's death on Saturday....
Save the trains for future Americans
While living in Eastern Montana with my grandparents I finished high school and often had the chance to ride Amtrak from my parents home to western Montana. I loved it and every chance I now get I try and take the train. Shortly after moving to easte...
Letter to the Editor: Protect American jobs
The Biggest threat to U.S. Sovereignty at the present time is the Bush Administration's attempt to lock the United States into a 34-nation Western Hemisphere economic union called the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas (FTAA). This plan is to be im...
Letter to the Editor: Herbicides unnecessary
A 1991 "New York Times" article ("Senate Panel Says that Lawn Chemicals Harm Many," 5/10/91) reported findings by a U.S. Senate subcommittee that lawn chemicals are hazardous. The article described how champion ice skater Christina Locek became blind...
Should bosses run our private lives?
How far would you let a boss push you? Maybe your boss keeps refusing to raise your pay and also cuts back on your health care. Still, jobs are short these days, and wages everywhere are low - so you stick it out. But what if the boss then has survei...
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