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Issue: "No man's land," May 10, 2003

Only if a Christian mentions Jesus Christ, evidently, does it constitute imperialism.

Columnist Ann Coulter, writing about liberals who tell Muslims what they should believe but oppose Christian missionaries helping with relief efforts in Iraq. "Christians who are willing to leave the safety and comfort of America to go to barbarous lands, risking disease, pestilence, and murder, simply because they so love their fellow man-these are the miscreants who inflame and enrage liberals more than Saddam Hussein and his rape rooms ever did," she wrote.

It was so creepy.

University of Missouri sophomore ELIZABETH NOCE on her encounter at a college party attended by 47-year-old Iowa State basketball coach Larry Eustachy. The Des Moines Register last week published photos of him partying with college students in Columbia after an Iowa State loss to Missouri, holding a beer can and kissing young women. Two days after the photos appeared, Mr. Eustachy admitted he was an alcoholic, saying that he would seek treatment and that he was sorry but he would not resign as coach.

Awesome Baby.

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Name of the race horse that ESPN's colorful basketball announcer Dick Vitale co-owns with University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino.

I've never witnessed anything like this.

Bill Deutsch, an importer of French wine, on the drop in sales because of Americans boycotting French products. Mr. Deutsch says his sales are down 10 percent.

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