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Why young women are exposing themselves: Part one

Tue, Feb 17, 2004

You may have noticed that many young women wear less, and more sexually provocative, clothing in public than they did a generation, or even 10 years, ago. It is easier to notice, however, than to explain. But explaining it is crucial to understanding what has happened to men and women in the last 40 years and where male-female relations are...

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Probing the Massachusetts justices’ minds

Tue, Feb 10, 2004

The following is an imagined interview with the Massachusetts Supreme Court justices who ruled that Massachusetts must redefine marriage to include persons of the same sex. Q: Every higher civilization has defined marriage as an institution joining members of the opposite sex. Did you take this into account before rendering your judgment to...

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My minute with President Bush

Tue, Feb 3, 2004

This past weekend, President Bush and I were the two main speakers — I on Friday, he on Saturday — in Philadelphia at the annual meeting of Republican senators and congressmen sponsored by the Congressional Institute. I relate my own participation for two reasons. One reason is, quite simply, my desire to relate a personal milestone....

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On public cursing and other public sins

Tue, Jan 27, 2004

Note: Some language in this column may be offensive to some readers. You want to know what many conservatives and liberals agree on? That there is little or no moral difference between public and private behavior. This belief of mine has been reinforced by a large number of e-mails reacting to my column on how Democrats are far more at home with...

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Why Democrats use the F-word

Tue, Jan 20, 2004

The differences between Democratic and Republican positions on almost all subjects of major importance are growing so great that it is fair to say that we are experiencing a second American civil war. These areas include the American role in the world, the role of God and religion in American society, abortion, capital punishment, the war in Iraq,...

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A column about my last column

Tue, Jan 13, 2004

I have never written a column about a previous column. A column stands on its own and should not necessitate an explanation. But to my great surprise, my last column, a parody of President Jimmy Carter’s views, elicited so much response, so much of which was confused about what I had written, that I feel I owe it to my readers to analyze...

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Jimmy Carter: ‘Compassion for Mordor’

Tue, Jan 6, 2004

OSLO, Norway (Prager News Service, Jan. 5, 2004) — In a just-published interview with the Norwegian Society for Universal Neutrality (NSUN), former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said that the blockbuster trilogy “Lord of the Rings” is sending dangerous messages to the world’s young people. “For three hours in this...

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Iran clarifies the Middle East

Tue, Dec 30, 2003

If you want to understand the Middle East conflict, Iran has just provided all you need to know. A massive earthquake kills between 20,000 and 40,000 Iranians, and the government of Iran announces that help is welcome from every country in the world . . . except Israel. This little-reported news item is of great significance. It begs...

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A New Year’s resolution for a better marriage

Tue, Dec 23, 2003

Making New Year’s resolutions is a great idea. Even if we violate them before February, it is good to resolve to improve one’s life. It is far better to try and to fail than never to try. Most resolutions deal with dieting, exercise and other forms of self-improvement. These are fine and important. But any married person will tell you...

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Liberalism’s obituary

Tue, Dec 9, 2003

On Dec. 1, 2003, this obituary headline appeared in the New York Times: “Sylvia Bernstein, 88, Civil Rights Activist, Dies.” Though the passing of Mrs. Bernstein was reported in almost every major newspaper in the country, there is a good chance you missed it. Too bad. Because the headline and the obituary tell you a great deal...

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