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Saidi Oliver, editor

 

 
   

'All options on table for Iran': Is Bush's 'Axis of Evil' turning?

Bush’s ‘‘axis of evil’’ compass is turning once again, this time from Iraq in the direction of Iran. In his famous State of the Union Speech last year, Bush outlined his plan very clearly for us and even in chronological order (so we would not be confused about who was first, second, and third): Iraq, Iran, and North Korea.

   

What should U.S. do about nuclear North Korea?

One of the objectives for the Iraq invasion was to dismantle that country’s ability to house or manufacture any type of weapons of mass destruction. However, many Americans are now starting to see that the real threat of nuclear warfare wasn’t from Iraq, but from the communist state of North Korea.

 

 

Free speech on Campus

Editors note: University of Colorado Professor Ward Churchill, as a recent guest of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, excited enormous community controversy. While supporting Churchill’s free speech rights, some HPU journalists wondered, in class, why the state’s public university would grant him a forum. The Ayn Rand Institute’s approach to the question is, as usual, a little different.

   

Educators vs. Students

The educational tragedy in Rockford, Illinois, now making national headlines, echoes a larger tragedy. At Lewis Lemon elementary school, with a student body described by The New York Times as “80 percent nonwhite and 85 percent poor,” third graders scored near the top in statewide readings tests. Their results were bested only by students at a school for the gifted.

   
   
   
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