• Issue of
  • Sep 24-30, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 19

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  • Big Blobs of Gray

    James Freeman Clarke once said “A politician thinks of the next election. A statesman, of the next generation.” So it is with the so-called debate concerning healthcare reform ...
  • Do Right by the People

    The inaccurate and inappropriate comments about our president and health-care reform--in advertising and some media that tend to favor the Republican Party--are tearing our country apart.
  • Spoiled Children

    I was absolutely mortified by the rumors and false rhetoric over President Obama's speech to schoolchildren. I read how he was "indoctrinating" the children...
  • Graffiti Is Still Art

    "Graff art" shouldn't be confused with the junk idiots paint randomly on walls. I've tried to feature graff art and believe artists who are dedicated to their craft should be given the respect and exposure they deserve.

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