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Environmental group uses terror to stop U.S. growth

San Diego was struck by apparent domestic terrorism last week when a five-story, 206-unit condominium and apartment project was burned to the ground. More

Attorney-client privilege quickly slipping away

We are disturbed by movement on several fronts that would limit attorney-client privilege. The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a ruling earlier this year that requires lawyers to report potential fraud to top executives or boards of directors. More

Letters To The Editor

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Too much info: how J.Lo is squandering her glow

First of all, there is no truth to the rumor that North Korea wants to mass-produce the new Jennifer Lopez-Ben Affleck movie Gigli. Apparently, that bomb is far too much for Kim Jong Il and his minions to handle. Best to stay with the nuclear stuff, which, apparently, is far less daunting. More

California voters face up to Conan the Barbarian

Arnold Schwarzenegger has only four words for California Gov. Gray Davis: "Hasta la vista, baby!" For two weeks, those close to the Terminator leaked to reporters that the celebrity had decided against running in the California gubernatorial recall. More

Takes different kind of mindset to be dictator

Reading the delusional ramblings of former Liberian President Charles Taylor

Letters To The Editor

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Gibson movie on Christ

This has got to be one of the strangest controversies in a long time. A movie that won't be released for months is being denounced by people who haven't seen it. Why? Because they claim the film assigns blame for a crime to a handful of people who have been dead for 2,000 years. More

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Letters To The Editor

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Naming rape victims may liberate mostly the rapist

The degree of arrogance of which the media are sometimes capable is stunning, as with the current debate about naming rape victims. More

Pro football must create own minor league system

Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett has been making noises about challenging the National Football League

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Colorful characters contest Gray in California

An old joke has it that someday an earthquake will cleanly divide California from the rest of the country making it an independent nation. The undertone of that, of course, is that California is so different from the rest of the United States that it might as well rule itself. More

Politics lag behind times in today

President Bush tells a press conference that marriage can only take place between a man and a woman. Bride's magazine, for the first time in its 70-year history, has published an article in its September/October issue detailing the proper etiquette for a same-sex wedding. What's going on? More

Colleges to require racial classification offices soon

The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger permits colleges to award a "plus" to black, Hispanic and American Indian student applications for admission. As sure as night follows day, we can expect racial fraud. You can bet the rent money that the number of white students identifying themselves on their applications as black, Hispanic and American Indian is going to rise. More

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

Bring in a trustworthy Tennessean for UT post

We were wrong. Last month, when the first of the John Shumaker allegations about use of the University of Tennessee plane broke, we supported the university More

Bush should have taken more blame and kept less

The first lesson of Washington is that the more responsibility you take, the less you have to keep. Take responsibility for everything