June 10, 2004  
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EDITORIAL & OPINIONS


More loans not the answer

“If you’re po’, we’re going to charge you mo’.”


Line up for the Hypocrisy Derby!

Shukspeare

Deciding who to vote for in the federal election is like choosing teams on the schoolyard and having to pick either the fat kid or the kid with asthma. It’s not a question of who’s the most impressive, but one of who’s the most inoffensive.


Desensitization removes sympathy

Raindance

It seems that lately not a day passes without the front pages containing some mention of terrorism, whether it’s carried out by al-Qaeda, Iraqis or Americans. With the constant barrage of disheartening stories about the abuse of soldiers and civilians alike, it is easy to become immune to the somber feelings that would usually accompany such stories.


 

 

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