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Cover Story

'How could this happen here?'

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | Another school shooting hit another seemingly All-American city last week, causing some to wonder: How long will we leave children to create their own…

In this issue: "California school shooting," March 17, 2001


One dog, one vote

By Andrew Coffin

National | Allegations of widespread voter fraud in St. Louis result in multiple investigations

Speedy delivery

By Tim Graham

National | As the House and Senate accelerate bills on taxes and education, will the haste help President Bush's reforms or achieve bureaucratic business as usual?



By The Editors

Ending the siege mentality? The stretch of Pennsylvania Ave. that fronts the White House was closed to traffic after the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995-but The…

The Buzz

By The Editors

WHITE HOUSE DIRECTOR OF FAITH-BASED OFFICE TO TEEN CHALLENGE: OPT OUT! Bush vs. his staff? Although President Bush has stated repeatedly that religious and…


The stress level is a lot tougher when you're doing something you don't like, like being a reporter or a journalist. Dick Cheney, offering reporters a…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington


Mom and dad's job

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | The success of parental choice hinges on what parents choose

The Music

By The Editors

Culture | The Top 5 Country CDs for the week ending March 3, according to Billboard


The come-on

By Joel Belz

Usurious lenders deserve no protection

God's gate-posts

By Marvin Olasky

The reality of providence is no excuse for human inaction

How are you?

By Andrée Seu

"Tired" and "pressured" aren't full answers to that question


Hard at work Thank you for "Reining in the UN." The feminists and the pro-abortionists are definitely hard at work. The UN is increasingly overstepping its…

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