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They ban textbooks, don't they?
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They ban textbooks, don't they?

BY Frederick Clarkson

A federal lawsuit filed last week in Texas may very well turn into the Lone Star State's own version of the Scopes "Monkey Trial" -- the famous 1925 court battle in which two of America's most famous attorneys debated whether evolution should be taught in the public schools. Then, the underlying issue was whether Christianity should trump science; today, it is the scientific status of mainstream environmentalism. In the current case, the author of a widely used environmental textbook is suing five present and former members of the Texas State Board of Education, who two years ago rejected his book because of alleged factual errors and pervasive bias. Claiming that the author's free speech and equal protection rights were violated by an act of censorship, the lawsuit asserts that the real reason the book was rejected was the author's environmentalist views, which clash with those of right-wing school-board members.

11/05/2003
Friendly Advice to the Democrats
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Friendly Advice to the Democrats

©2003 Copley News Service, 11/4/2003 Let me offer my Democratic friends some friendly advice: They will never win the presidency or regain control of the Congress by campaigning to raise taxes, tariffs and special-interest subsidies while opposing a foreign policy that seeks to expand liberal democracy in the Middle East and throughout the Muslim world.

11/04/2003
A battle over books in Texas
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A battle over books in Texas

BY Spike Gillespie

AUSTIN, TEXAS - In a couple of days, the Texas State Board of Education, at the end of its annual review, will decide whether to accept or reject proposed textbooks. A textbook review may sound fairly tame, but in the Lone Star State it can stir serious controversy, as looks to be the case this year. Last week the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, based in Dallas, filed a lawsuit against the Texas board, charging it with violating First Amendment rights when it rejected an environmental science textbook for use in state high schools.

11/04/2003
”FAMILY TIES” TYING U.S. SENATE IN KNOTS
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”FAMILY TIES” TYING U.S. SENATE IN KNOTS

Families are what make America, and Michigan, strong. Families take care of each other and make sacrifices for one another. Family ties bring us all together. But in Washington, U.S. Senator Carl Levin is going too far for his family. In a new radio ad airing statewide, Citizens for a Sound Economy informs the families of Michigan that Levin is sacrificing our families for his own. Levin is blocking confirmation of a highly qualified judicial nominee to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals.

11/03/2003
CSE Hits Sen. Levin For Conflict on Judges
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CSE Hits Sen. Levin For Conflict on Judges

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is running a statewide advertising campaign to highlight the conflict of interest that is motivating Michigan Senator Carl Levin to oppose fair votes on President Bush’s federal judicial nominees. The ad, titled “Family Ties,” is airing on stations in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Traverse City, and Lansing.

11/03/2003
CSE Airs Ads on Sen. Levin’s Judicial Conflict
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CSE Airs Ads on Sen. Levin’s Judicial Conflict

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) today launched a statewide advertising campaign to highlight the conflict of interest that is motivating Michigan Senator Carl Levin to oppose fair votes on President Bush’s federal judicial nominees. The ad, titled “Family Ties,” is airing on stations in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Traverse City, and Lansing.

11/03/2003
”FAMILY TIES” TYING U.S. SENATE IN KNOTS
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”FAMILY TIES” TYING U.S. SENATE IN KNOTS

Families are what make America, and Michigan, strong. Families take care of each other and make sacrifices for one another. Family ties bring us all together. But in Washington, U.S. Senator Carl Levin is going too far for his family. In a new radio ad airing statewide, Citizens for a Sound Economy informs the families of Michigan that Levin is sacrificing our families for his own. Levin is blocking confirmation of a highly qualified judicial nominee to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals.

11/03/2003
CSE Airs Ads on Sen. Levin’s Judicial Conflict
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CSE Airs Ads on Sen. Levin’s Judicial Conflict

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) today launched a statewide advertising campaign to highlight the conflict of interest that is motivating Michigan Senator Carl Levin to oppose fair votes on President Bush’s federal judicial nominees. The ad, titled “Family Ties,” is airing on stations in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Traverse City, and Lansing.

11/03/2003
Oregon’s revenue starts to increase
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Oregon’s revenue starts to increase

BY CHARLES E. BEGGS

A two-year slide in state revenues — which has forced $1 billion in funding cuts for everything from law enforcement to education — appears to have bottomed out. But experts say that it’s too early to celebrate. “Right now we’re still treading water. But for once we’re saying we see no deficit developing,” said Michael Kennedy, an economist in the state Office of Economic Analysis. Key data show the first significant upswing in tax collections since mid-2001.

11/03/2003
Governmental control could hurt patient care
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Governmental control could hurt patient care

BY Alice Click

WOULD you rather have the government or your doctor prescribing the drugs you need for heart disease and cancer? West Virginia will be forced to use cheaper drugs that are often not as effective as original drugs if Gov. Bob Wise gets the pharmaceutical plan he wants. When the government buys drugs, it must ration them. The Wise plan could be costly and a deadly mistake. - advertisement-

11/03/2003

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