Table of Contents

Cover Story

Trailer park blues

by Jamie Dean

Cover Story | As federal officials inaugurate mobile home villages across the Gulf Coast, temporary shelter residents from other storms say they're stuck in a permanent…

In this issue: "Trailer park blues," Nov. 26, 2005

Features

Riding out the post-storm

By John Dawson

Hurricanes | With private help, families can ride out red tape and relocation

On the border of madness

By John Dawson

Immigration | To be free, illegal immigrants must be caught; to find jobs, they must pay

Justice denied

By Priya Abraham

China | An unusual coalition of supporters couldn't rescue pastor and businessman Cai Zhuohua

Black gold rush

By Mark Bergin

Politics | America first-except when it comes to drilling domestic oil

Strange standards

By Lynn Vincent

Education | The University of California system is trying to force Christian schools to use the same textbooks that lower-scoring public-school students use. An…

From getting to (thanks)getting

By Amy L. Sherman

Poverty | Award-winning charities turn aid recipients into grateful benefactors

Salt and light at work

By Marvin Olasky

Interview | Ethicist Kerby Anderson on thinking biblically about ethics

Dispatches

Quick Takes

A bone apart It's not worth much as a chomper anymore, but a 200-year-old tooth fetched $22,600 at a Nov. 10 auction. Of course, it wasn't just an ordinary…

Quotables

Memorable things they said

The Buzz

The latest on this week's biggest stories

Going wobbly

By Hugh Hewitt

The political blunder surrounding the Warner Amendment

Reviews

Bestselling CDs

By Third Day, Santana, Trey Anastasio, Rod Stewart & Grateful Dead

Notable CDs | The five bestselling Internet albums according to Billboard on Nov. 19

Pride & Prejudice

By Gene Edward Veith

Movies | The new movie version is faithful to both the letter and the spirit of Jane Austen's masterpiece

Roaches and cucumbers

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Fans of Larry the Cucumber and Bob the Tomato will be relieved to know that VeggieTales are back

Notebook

Relaxing news

By Lynde Langdon

Medicine | The chemical in turkey fabled to cause drowsiness may relieve symptoms of MS

ARMs have legs

By Timothy Lamer

Money | Adjustable rate mortgages are headed higher

Voices

Worldview giants

By Joel Belz

They come in packages loud-and laudatory

Riots in the welfare state

By Gene Edward Veith

Islam is not the only danger here

From Russia, with love

By Krister Sairsingh

Students learn that they can transform a society through their callings

The Lord's Prayer diet

By Marvin Olasky

Eating slowly, and thankfully, could be the answer to the low-fat/low-carb wars

Mailbag

Letters from our readers

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