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Opinion
Allen Artiss, editor; Heather Garibay, associate editor

Racial Profiling in a post-9-11 world

Racial profiling occurs when police officers routinely question suspects who fit the profiles of people who may be engaged in drug-related activities, smuggling, illegal immigration, and now terrorism. This profiling has created a stir of opinions ranging from unrelenting resistance to the practice to complete endorsement of it.

   

Van cams - Poison was in planning

If you are an Oahu driver, you probably know about the unmarked camera vans designed to catch speeding vehicles. After much public criticism, the legislature finally decided, early in April, to put an end to the unpopular program, unanimously voting to repeal legislation that they had passed, unanimously, months ago.

 
   

Israelis and Palestinians - A timeline reveals patterns of violence

 

   

 

 

 

 
 
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