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News (2.24.2005)
Jerusalem Police Sneak Dummy Bombs Past Three Hospitals

Socialism Doesn't Work (2.24.2005)
Cuba's "Prison Olympics"
Seriously: A "national prison Olympics." In a country that detains and punishes political opponents.

News (2.24.2005)
At Least the Editors Hate It As Much As the Readers Do
A good example of why newspaper readership is declining: Reporters scribbling out overworked, wordy "stories" that read like second drafts of junior-high novellas about existential angst. Just get to the facts and get out! It's refreshing that at least the copy editors are annoyed by this lousy behavior.
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