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Cover Story

Volunteer...or else

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | Not wanting to lose government dollars but also not wanting to back away from the population-control agenda, a UN agency is trying to persuade President Bush…

In this issue: "Illegal siblings project," Feb. 2, 2002

Features

Death of destruction

By Chris Stamper

National | Jones Institute backs off on killing embryos, doctors declare victory over rubella, and other health news

A way, but no will

By Timothy Lamer

International | Argentina's politicians created their own problems, but they haven't shown the courage to solve them

One-man truth squad

By Edward E. Plowman

International | Convinced religious minorities in Islamic societies will "continue to suffer" unless the United States makes them a priority, a tireless Pakistani-American…

Alan Keyes is making waves

By Bob Jones

National | Outfoxing Fox? Just two weeks from concept to airtime, MSNBC's conservative will compete head-to-head with conservative network's liberal

Reluctant hero

By Bob Jones

National | While others stood by or cashed in on Enron's deceit, one exec dared to question her company's shell game

From the streets to the lobbies

By Tim Graham

National | Capitol Hill was still quiet for the Roe vs. Wade anniversary, since it was the last day before Congress resumed its legislative business. But pro-life…

A different drummer

By Tim Graham

National | But youthful demonstrators marking the Roe anniversary marched to the same beat as veteran pro-life activists

Cops and robbers?

By Chris Stamper

National | China cracks down on anti-communist e-mail, a farm boy irks Hollywood, and the Web gets a new suffix

Dispatches

Quotables

I am not a role model. Boxer Mike Tyson, apologizing for his actions after he started a fight with heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis at a news conference last…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

WACKY WARNINGS: "Caution-Risk of Fire." That warning on a fireplace log was a winner of the "Wacky Warning Label Contest" run by a group called Michigan…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

The Buzz

By The Editors

AS AFGHAN WAR TURNS INTO MEDIATION OF INTERTRIBAL CONFLICT, U.S. WARNS IRAN NOT TO INTERFERE 'America will not rest' Defenders of the nation may be absorbing…

Voices

Fiscal fundamentalists

By Joel Belz

They save us the bother of serious involvement

Fighting back

By Marvin Olasky

Stopping an attorney general who opposes life and free speech

Fossilized remains

By Andrée Seu

What our greeting cards will say about our culture

Mailbag

Amen When I heard what Franklin Graham said about Islam and then saw the column by Mr. Olasky, I had to write to say, "Amen" ("Hurrah for Franklin Graham,"

Culture

Children's Books

By The Editors

Culture | February brings Valentine's Day, President's Day, Black History Month, and the winter blues, and books good for those occasions. Here are five.

Outlaw 'detainees'

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Al-Qaeda terrorists are receiving even more than they deserve

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