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Eddie London and Ku'ulei Funn, editor

Assisted suicide a moral right: Upholding Oregon’s
physician-assisted suicide law is right result, wrong reason

Since 1997 Oregon physicians have been permitted by statute to help their patients commit suicide. Recently the Supreme Court upheld this controversial law, reaching the right result for the wrong reasons. By basing its decision on legal technicalities, the Court managed to avoid addressing the real issue: an individual’s unconditional right to commit suicide. [More]


John Ashcroft, attorney general during G. W. Bush’s first term, tried to prosecute Oregon doctors as drug dealers.

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The constant, shameful selling out of hip-hop

What influences young people to desire such materialistic possessions as $1,000 platinum watches, chains, and designer clothes? Why are children dreaming only of owning worldly materials? What happened to spiritual values? Or even less materialistic ones? [More]

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