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Peer-to-Peer Is the Future of Entertainment PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Tuesday, 16 September 2003 18:00
Ebenezer Scrooge must be alive and well … and running the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). For only a bitter, cold-hearted, money-grubbing old man like Scrooge could think that financially hurting a working single mother with a 12-year-old daughter is a good idea.

 
Illinois Comptroller Leads the Democratic Field for Senate, but He’s Vulnerable PDF Print E-mail
Illinois Politics
Tuesday, 16 September 2003 18:00
Let’s continue our look at U.S. Senate candidates. This time, the Democrats: • Comptroller Dan Hynes – Obviously the man to beat. Hynes has lined up big-time labor support, he has the backing of most county Democrat chairmen, he has put together a good organization, and he has won two statewide elections by wide margins.

 
Ten Commandments Removal a “Tragedy” PDF Print E-mail
Letters to the Editor
Tuesday, 09 September 2003 18:00
Having the Ten Commandments removed from an Alabama courthouse is not a tragedy for Christianity, but it is a tragedy for our nation. The fact that our founders were mainly Christians is important because they used their faith to make a constitution that relies on the principles of self-governance.

 
Handicapping the Republican U.S. Senate Candidates PDF Print E-mail
Illinois Politics
Tuesday, 09 September 2003 18:00
This seems like a good time to rate the various U.S. Senate candidates. Let’s start with the Republicans. • Jack Ryan – A handsome multi-millionaire with three Ivy League degrees, quit his investment-banking career and went to work as a teacher in an inner-city school.

 
Davenport School-Board Candidates Discuss Neighborhood Schools PDF Print E-mail
Iowa Politics
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Tuesday, 02 September 2003 18:00
The Davenport Community School District (DCSD) will hold its election for the new board next Tuesday, September 9. It is more important than ever for voters to participate because this new school board will be making decisions that will have long-term impact not only on the quality of our children’s education, but also on our community as a whole.

 
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