Let the buyer beware using credit for lottery

A bill to create a lottery here in Tennessee will allow players to purchase lottery tickets with credit cards as long as they spend at least $10 on goods purchases in addition to the ticket. More

Muslims let censorship take center stage in play

"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that." More

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Letters To The Editor

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Dishonest debate justifies our dissenting judgment

Robust debate is one of the things that has made this country great. The Founding Fathers really went after one another during the forging of the Constitution, and sometimes the verbal rancor was frightening in its intensity. More

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Why war? Why now? The president's answer

Why war? Why now? Those are the questions President Bush's critics keep asking, but the critics are not alone in wanting answers. Most voters tell pollsters they're uneasy about moving too quickly toward war. And, though they strongly back the president's policy toward Iraq, they'd like to see more evidence against Saddam Hussein before the U.S. military moves on Baghdad. More

Not demanding enough of students: setup for failure

In a past column I discussed some of the controversy surrounding the University of Michigan's admissions practices, where blacks and Hispanics are given points based solely on race, and where whites are turned away to admit blacks and Hispanics with much lower academic qualifications. More

Football should be exempted from Title IX

It is the gorilla sitting on the coffee table of collegiate sports and the Title IX controversy: college football. More
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