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Issue: "Public-school reform," July 26, 2003

I just want to say, 'Ahhhhh.'

Departing White House spokesman ARI FLEISCHER in The Washington Times on what he planned to do on his first day off the job. Mr. Fleischer handled his 300th and final press briefing last week.

I don't plan to retire. Can we change the topic?

88-year-old stockbroker ALFRED FELD in a front-page Wall Street Journal profile of the broker who "outlives his clients." Mr. Feld has worked four days a week at Goldman Sachs in New York since he was 76.

We need a windowless void filled with slot machines to draw people to Niagara Falls?

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Local filmmaker PAUL LAMONT in USA Today decrying the New York town's embrace of casino gambling to revive its sagging tourist economy.

Marriage has a special status in our culture, our society, our history.

Democratic presidential contender JOSEPH LIEBERMAN at a gay-activist candidates' forum. Mr. Lieberman, however, said he would oppose a constitutional amendment spelling out that a marriage is between one man and one woman. And he-as did every Democratic candidate-endorsed legal recognition and partnership benefits for same-sex couples.

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