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Economy: First Things Third

Just spell “No.” In his freshman year as President, Junior is acting very sophomoric. According to an NPR report, Bush proudly claims to have spent a whole 5 hours going over, in detail, his new budget.

Zapping the Fox, or Out-Foxing the Zaps? A Report From Mexico

Porfirio Díaz, one of Mexico’s only indigenous presidents and general of the rebel army that ran Napoleon III’s French colonial forces out of Mexico City on Cinco de Mayo, 1862, had a saying—somewhat cliché by now—“Poor Mexico, so far from God, so close to the United States.”

Daniel of the Lion’s Den

To wed, even for a day, one’s beliefs with corresponding acts is perhaps the most difficult, dangerous, and noble endeavor any person can undertake. This is all the more so when said convictions run counter to the given order, laws, and culture of the age.


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