Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Tax man's terror

by Tim Graham

Cover Story | The House of Representatives keeps passing tax-cut bills. Will the Senate dig in its heels and keep the tax booty in Washington?

Cover Stories

Did you forget anything?

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | Taxpayers breathing a sigh of relief that tax day has come and gone may be surprised to learn of a little-known levy that a growing number of states are…

In this issue: "Tax man's terror," April 14, 2001

Features

WWW: worldwide worry

By Chris Stamper

National | Desperation.com? Privacy concerns, Nasdaq doldrums, and ad revenue declines prompt new thinking

Barabbas lives

International | Japanese crime figures are finding freedom from the past that lasts

Supply and demand

By Chris Stamper

National | Too many patients, too few nurses; too little spinach, too few vitamins; cheap vaccine has polio almost gone

Media's broad brush

By Cal Thomas

National | Murder suspect's arrest gives dominant media culture an opportunity to tar the pro-life movement

Good cause, bad method

By Marvin Olasky

National | A WORLD Easter report on Bible translation: Christians have a responsibility to fight anti-Semitism, but changing the Bible is not a legitimate option

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

CHINA STANDOFF: BUSH'S FIRST INTERNATIONAL TEST Perfect crisis A collision between an American spy plane and a Chinese jet fighter has handed China a rich…

Quotables

I'm an inner-city Chicago guy. We don't do karma stuff. Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, when asked whether he was a "karma guy" after his team last…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

SAT = SHOULDN'T APPLY TODAY: University of California President Richard C. Atkinson wants to get rid of the SAT test as a standard of aptitude. Why? It…

Faces

By The Editors

Sunday school students in Winston-Salem, N.C., convinced Toys R Us to remove posters of Eminem-a controversial rapper who sings about murdering his wife and…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

Reviews

Fat-cat liberals

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | In a stereotype reversal, Democrats are becoming the party of the rich

The Music

By The Editors

Culture | The Top 5 CDs for the week ending March 31, 2001, according to Billboard

Television

By The Editors

Culture | The top 5 TV shows in popularity as measured by Neilsen

Voices

Same old McCain

By Joel Belz

The halo didn't fit then and it doesn't fit now

Easter in Calcutta

Finding hope in a city of poverty and death

Scandal

By Andrée Seu

Motherly murder in the city of brotherly love

Things unseen

By Marvin Olasky

Which is less likely: life after death or life after the Big Bang?

Mailbag

Back up I was saddened by the latest wave of school shootings and have an unsettling feeling that there are many more to come ("A sad reality," March 17). Not…

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