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Issue: "Beyond the nightly news," Oct. 11, 2003

This barbaric procedure will finally come to an end.

U.S. Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) after the House last week voted 281-142 to ban partial-birth abortion. The Senate was expected to take up the bill quickly, and President Bush promised to sign the ban into law.

I see in the United States all the huge facilities, parking lots, materials, and resources you have, but I don't see a revival in the church.

Billy Kim, president of Baptist World Alliance and pastor of 15,000-member Central Baptist Church in Seoul, South Korea.

This is a bit like trying to unscramble an egg.

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Canadian Progressive Conservative Party leader Peter MacKay after efforts to unite Canada's two main conservative parties-the Canadian Alliance and the Progressive Conservatives -bogged down last week.

A free ride from the media in Philadelphia? That's a good one.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb on Rush Limbaugh's comment that the media overrates Mr. McNabb because he is a black NFL quarterback. The conservative commentator last week resigned from ESPN's NFL Sunday Countdown because of the controversy generated by the remark.


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