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Cover Story

Warner Brothers

by The Editors

Cover Story | From the supermarket to the Super Bowl: Kurt Warner and his Rams ride a first-things-first ethic to a national championship

In this issue: "Warner: First things first," Feb. 12, 2000

Features

What peace agreement?

International | Despite a peace settlement and peacekeepers, rebels threaten to reignite an atrocious nine-year civil war

Al Gore's abortion lies

By Cal Thomas

National | The vice president chooses to dissemble about his record on "a woman's right to choose"

Flapjacks and the flu: Case study in political journalism

By Bob Jones

National | It seemed like a perfect photo-op: presidential hopefuls flipping pancakes and delivering stump speeches before some 1,000 senior citizens in Manchester, N.H.

From coronation to contest

By Bob Jones

National | For both Republican and Democrat frontrunners, stumbles in New Hampshire have transformed the political race into a dogfight. But the next six weeks-featuring…

Dispatches

Quotables

It had to do with a 49-year-old man taking advantage of one of the very few opportunities he has with his 14-year-old daughter to be very cool. Those…

The Buzz

By The Editors

School district to students: get a free lunch so we can have ours What price pride?A human emotion strange to the culture of entitlement is posing problems…

Reviews

Bestsellers

By The Editors

Culture | The five best-selling nonfiction, hardcover books measured by placement on four leading lists as of Jan. 18

Video Rentals

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 videos in popularity as measured by rental receipts for the week ended Jan. 23.

Reality makes a comeback

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Signs are pointing to a worldview shift toward objective meaning

Voices

Mailbag

Egg-free faces I disagree with "Mainstreaming malarkey" (Jan. 15). Many stable, smart, and sincere people (including, ahem, me) were wrong about their…

Tweakings

By Marvin Olasky

Notes on a few changes within the magazine

Can we talk?

By David Aikman

Why we can openly discuss sex and politics, but not religion

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