Letters To The Editor

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Bush's symbolism sends fine message of strength

I think it was Adlai Stevenson who said that America can choke on a gnat but swallow tigers whole. We've just defeated the rabid tiger of Saddam Hussein, but we're gagging over one of the most insignificant controversies in a long while. I'm referring, of course, to the "scandal" of President Bush landing on an aircraft carrier. More

Public policy forgets we have common sense

We had to laugh at the recent news that the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine had issued a report criticizing fast-food salads as having too much fat in them. More

The president's popularity and other lies of pollsters

"Seventy-seven percent." For weeks now, those three little words have served as the ultimate discussion stopper. More

U.S. initiates a painful passage toward peace

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Letters To The Editor

To comment on a City Paper story or local issue, send us a typed letter 100 words or less (with zip code and a daytime phone number for verification) to: letters@nashvillecitypaper.com, or Editor, The City Paper, P.O. Box 158434, Nashville, TN 37215. Letters may be edited to fit. There is no guarantee letters received will be printed. More

Americans now reward people for bad behavior

Perhaps the most profound change in American society over the past 40 years is how bad behavior is processed. When I grew up in the 1960s, bad boys and girls were usually held accountable for their misbehavior, punishment was almost a lock, and very few scandals resulted in profit participation. More

Casinos play high-stakes game with privacy

Will Bush the Younger see history repeat itself?

Last week a student appeared in Steve's office at George Washington University, and with tears welling in her eyes, she talked about the bleak picture facing her after graduation. More

Principle of free society: People own themselves

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