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Opinion

Ikena DuPont, editor

Pan-African leader shares lessons in New Orleans

Hurricane Katrina could become a catalyst for global cooperation if only the United States would learn from the disaster that it is cotenant in the world and not a landlord. In the meantime, Africans have a duty to show solidarity towards the victims of the natural disaster. [More]

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Lack of leadership caused Gulf Coast chaos

Arnold H. Glasgow once said, “One of the true tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.”
In the days that followed Hurricane Katrina, there were many things that were obvious in New Orleans, like people starving, people dying, flooding, and property damage. But one thing was not evident at all: Leadership. [More]

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The emperor's new clothes: Will Roberts restore Court's integritary?

The U.S. Senate hearings on the confirmation of John Roberts as chief justice of the Supreme Court, and the additional hearings to come on the nomination of an associate justice are matters which the general public should follow with the same fascination as it follows sports and fashions, because of the court’s impact on our daily lives. [More]

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Intelligent design, cloning: A student's point of view

I am writing in response to the two opinion articles published in the August 15th issue of Kalamalama. The first article was a direct attack on those who support the intelligent design theory and their effort to have it taught in schools; the second article stated that cloning is moral and should be pursued for its “life-saving” abilities. I strongly disagree with the opinions of both authors. [More]

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