Abuse of foster children: community-wide problem

When you consider the recent discovery of a 3-year-old Chicago boy who was chained to his bed by his foster mother, Mary Bryant, it is easy to blame the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) for failing to protect an abused child. More

Letters To The Editor

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Colin Powell fails to make satisfactory case for war

Even the most ardent anti-war activist must admit that Secretary of State Colin Powell made a powerful presentation before the U.N. Security Council. More

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Bush

It is no inconsequential matter that President Bush submitted a budget to Congress proposing a $307 billion deficit for 2004. For much of the past 10 years there has been bipartisan agreement on Capitol Hill that the federal government balance its books. More

Businessman Bredesen takes charge of budget

In the movie 'Dave', Kevin Kline plays a presidential look-alike who must substitute for the real deal when the president suffers a stroke. Among other dilemmas he faces is saving a social program prized by the president More

Snow job

Watching freshly minted Treasury Secretary John Snow, a longtime promoter of balanced budgets, hit the Hill this week to flack for the president's new red-ink-drenched budget, I felt like I had stumbled across a Richard Simmons infomercial pitching Big Macs. More

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Anti-war reasoning based on emotions, not evidence

If I were the sort of high-ranking Iraqi official who gets briefed on what's going on abroad

Metro Schools should farm out public relations

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