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Eddie London, editor

Child pornography laws go too far

Have you ever met parents who were delighted in showing pictures of their little kids? Of course in the early pictures the kids are naked. Perhaps those parents were your own? If this is the case, please don’t show those photos to people you don’t know, because they could show these pictures to the police, who could arrest you for possession of child pornography, and your parents for production of it. [More]

Web Photo

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Peace in Middle East? U.S. must stop rewarding aggression

As Israeli soldiers reenter Gaza and bomb Lebanon, and Israeli citizens seek shelter from Hezbollah’s missiles, the world despairingly wonders whether peace between Israel and its neighbors can ever take root. It can—but only if America reverses course. [More]

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Bush’s failed war in Afghanistan

Unlike the seemingly endless war in Iraq, America’s campaign in Afghanistan is widely considered a success in the “war on terror.” We have nothing more to fear from Afghanistan, our policymakers tell us, because the war accomplished its two main goals: al Qaeda and its sponsoring regime, the Taliban, are long gone, and the country has a new, pro-Western government. [More]

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Web site tracks ‘ President’s crimes’

In May, the political organization People For the American Way launched a new, interactive Web site–WikiThePresidency.org–set up to allow the general public to see and to keep an ongoing record of White House wrongdoing. [More]


Guilty as accused? Bush at WTO meeting in Europe.

Courtesy BBC news

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Anti-life movement attacks women

I stare at the computer screen, watching the icon blink rhythmically, letting my vision go in and out of focus. Come on inspiration, strike me. [More]


Pro-choice protestors in South Dakota are upset with new law that bans abortion.

Photo courtesy of MPR.org

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Public questions at HPA forum show need for Akaka-Case debate

U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka and U.S. Representative Ed Case made their only joint appearance to date, in front of the Hawai‘i Publishers Association, at a luncheon at Dole Cannery, August 8. Both are running for the Democratic nomination for one of Hawai‘i’s two seats in the U.S. Senate. Akaka is the incumbent. [More]


Dr. John Hart

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