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September 03, 2003
Is the Bible Still Relevant?

By Joshua Seth Anderson September 03, 2003 The emergence of a distinct adolescent culture in America over the last 50 years has had many implications for our society...

September 02, 2003
Where's the Compassion?

September 02, 2003 This week, Attorney General John Ashcroft continues his 20-city tour to promote the Patriot Act and its proposed sequel, the so-called Victory Act....

August 29, 2003
Or Prohibiting the Free Exercise Thereof: Why the First Amendment Doesn't Protect Rastafarians

By Jayson Whitehead August 29, 2003 In 1927, Black Nationalist Marcus Garvey landed on the lush shores of Jamaica. Born there in 1887, Garvey immigrated to America ...

August 27, 2003
Or Prohibiting the Free Exercise Thereof: Why the First Amendment Doesn’t Protect Rastafarians

By Jayson Whitehead August 27, 2003 In 1927, Black Nationalist Marcus Garvey landed on the lush shores of Jamaica. Born there in 1887, Garvey immigrated to America i...

August 25, 2003
Crusaders in Alabama

August 25, 2003 Judge Roy Moore and Governor Bob Riley are two Alabama crusaders. One is fighting to keep a 5,300-pound stone monument of the Ten Commandments install...

August 05, 2003
In a Leaking Life Raft: Pat Robertson's Curious Relationship with Liberia's Charles Taylor

By Jayson Whitehead August 5, 2003 "One thing has to happen," George W. Bush demanded on July 9 during his recent trip to Africa. "Mr. Taylor has to leave the countr...

July 17, 2003
The Importance of Being Human

By Nisha N. Mohammed July 17, 2003 We must stand equally against the spirit of our age in the breakdown of morality and the terrible loss of humanness that it has...

July 02, 2003
Lowered Expectations: American Evangelicals' Love Affair with Their President

By Joshua Seth Anderson July 02, 2003 When George W. Bush found himself the winner of the two-month post-election scramble in the winter of 2000, the Christian Right...

June 25, 2003
Harry Potter and the Christian Cauldron: An Interview with Connie Neal

By Jonathan Whitehead June 25, 2003 Since the initial publishing of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in 1997, over 25 million books in ...

June 11, 2003
Tools of Their Tools: On Luddites, Frankenplants, and Nicols Fox's Against the Machine

By Jayson Whitehead June 11, 2003 "But lo! Men have become the tools of their tools." —Henry David Thoreau In the early 1800s, a young apprentice weave...

May 30, 2003
Whose Art Is It Anyway?

By Neal Shaffer May 30, 2003 This July, San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art will play host to an exhibit of "Illegal Art"—works that have aroused or could...

May 23, 2003
Can Capitalism and Real Democracy Coexist?

  A review of Greg Palast's book The Best Democracy Money Can Buy By David McNair May 23, 2003 There's a temptation to dismiss Greg Palast's whi...

May 14, 2003
The Rise of Evil: Does Hussein Belong Beside Hitler?

By Neal Shaffer May 14, 2003 With the war in Iraq all but over, the business of summing up and analyzing the process and its long-term effects can begin in earnest. ...

May 05, 2003
Welcome to the Age of Anxiety

By David McNair May 05, 2003 In the summer of 1988, Bobby McFerrin's hit song "Don't Worry, Be Happy" was all over the airwaves. People loved its light, catc...

April 23, 2003
Commercial Speech v. Free Speech: Can Marc Kasky Make Nike Tell the Truth?

By Jayson Whitehead April 23, 2003 This story begins in 1997, when Marc Kasky opened up his New York Times in his home in San Francisco and began reading an article ...

April 21, 2003
The Wreckage of Desire: An Interview with the Anti-Christ

By David McNair April 21, 2003 If the daily news is any indication, there seems to be no end to the violence, cruelty, greed and corruption in the world of politics,...

April 15, 2003
Winning My Heart, But Losing My Mind

By Alexander Wardwell April 15, 2003 An American expat friend recently sent me an e-mail, inviting me to join him to protest the war in Iraq at the American Embassy,...

April 08, 2003
A Vision of Victory: An interview with Phyllis Schlafly

By John W. Whitehead April 08, 2003 Facing great odds, Phyllis Schlafly took on the forces (namely, the feminist movement) behind the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1...

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