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Mark Smith, editor, Cindi Baxter, associate editor

   

Bush would legalize discrimination

The election season has officially begun, and President George W. Bush, on Feb. 25, decided to start building his campaign on the backs of homosexuals across the country.

At an official White House press conference, Bush called for a Constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage ignoring the fact that the Constitution exist to protect minorities from the tyranny of the majority. Could Bush fine no better way to start a campaign than to further marginalize the already marginalized?

   

Bush uses tax $ to force abstinence education

As part of his extensive campaign against women and young adult rights, President Bush and his administration are proposing doubling the $110 billion budget for abstinence-only programs in schools. He would raise it to $220 billion, despite lack of evidence that it will work.

   

East-West Center: India's emerging role in the region, world

NEW DELHI (Feb. 26) - India’s emerging role in the south central Asia and the world, and its relationship with Asia’s other giant—China—dominated an East-West Center forum this week in New Delhi. Central themes included India’s economic growth, its need for further reforms, and its future.

 
   
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