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Locked Up PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Monday, 20 December 2004 18:00
On Thursday, December 9, two River Cities’ Reader staff members participated in the Moline animal shelter’s “media lockup.” The program was meant to attract people to the shelter to adopt animals, as well as raise awareness through articles in the media.

The Iraq War and the Election of 2004 PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 30 November 2004 18:00
Were it not for the war in Iraq, political junkies could have gone to bed early on election night, because by all other indications, President Bush should have been re-elected in a walk. While Democrats point accusatory fingers at those supposedly responsible for their defeat, Republicans should be breathing a huge sigh of relief and pondering the political implications of foreign policy in the Bush administration’s second term.

Talking About God: Rev. Clinton Vs. Rev. Bush PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 14 September 2004 18:00
It was quite telling that the strongest religious statement made at the Republican convention came not from a Republican but from a Democrat, Georgia Senator Zell Miller, who claimed, among other things, that the current president is the same person on Saturday that he is on Sunday morning.

More Than Two Choices on Casino Hotel PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 07 September 2004 18:00
Davenport City Administrator Craig Malin casts the debate over a new riverfront casino/hotel as an either/or proposition. Either you accept the new hotel, or you’re stuck with the status quo. “Some folks in the community have the [mistaken] feeling that there’s this third or fourth or fifth option,” echoed DavenportOne President and CEO Dan Huber.

Why Homeland Security Fails PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Guest Commentaries
Tuesday, 17 August 2004 18:00
On any given day 15 million shipping containers are in transit around the world, the workhorses of a global bazaar that most of us depend upon for the goods that prop up our lives. Could one of those containers carry a secret nuclear device? Would anyone find it? If you don’t enjoy losing sleep about such questions, you probably don’t want to spend much time around Stephen Flynn, a former U.

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