Presumption of innocence gets blurred in new show

Everyone who believes in and cares about the concept of

Letters To The Editor

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Hepburn: classic feminist, independent and feminine

If movie stars can be role models, then Katharine Hepburn was mine. I loved that old girl from the first time I laid eyes on her. She was tough, independent, strong-willed and humorous, yet feminine and, yes, sexy. More

New study shows

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Choiceless ballot coming to voting booth near you

If you think you will have a real choice when you vote for your member of Congress next year, think again. Your political leaders are conspiring to kill democracy in the House of Representatives. More

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For Thomas, race favor gives no real favor at all

"Clarence Thomas is my color, but he's not my kind." So sneered Al Sharpton, the black preacher and presidential hopeful during a recent Democratic candidates forum sponsored by Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH coalition. Sharpton's remark reportedly elicited one of the loudest applause lines. More

Freedom: difficult, precious gift to contemplate

"I believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival,

Affirmative action victory keeps status quo slogging

President Bush was the big winner last week in the Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action. More

Stop porn, keep free speech in public libraries

The Supreme Court has wisely decided that public libraries that use filtering devices on their computers may receive federal money for doing so. More
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