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April Tashiro, editor

   

"Something can be done"
-Volunteer ministers make a difference

Special to Kalamalama by Sakura Thompson Upper Fort Street Mall is the new home to an organization whose members are making a difference in the lives of people around world.

   

Faith-based initiative violates constitution

President Bush is very vocal about his religious beliefs; he likes to preach publicly about “the power of faith” and “the vital place of faith in the life of our nation.”

   

The Pentagon and the draft

Uncle Sam doesn’t want you…unless, of course, you’re willing to volunteer. That’s the word from the Pentagon, which released information in January confirming that it is trying to avoid reinstating the draft because today’s military forces are composed of volunteers, and joint chiefs want to keep it that way.

   

Peace movement: From 'concerned' to 'involved'

The weekend before school started, as I stood in line at a coffee shop in Kaimuki, I overheard the cashier talking with another customer about a peace march that had occurred earlier that day. The concept brought to mind the image of a bushy-haired, bleary-eyed hippy, casually burning an American flag, flaming embers surrounding him.

   

 

   

 

 
   
   
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