Monthly Archives: April 2000

Home Is Where The Heart Is, or Only Nixon Could Go To China

I unequivocally support the Federal government’s move to take custody of Elian away from those individuals in Miami who were holding the six-year-old there against his father’s wishes. I was at first amazed by the response of the Miamians, then … Continue reading

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Elian and the East

Believe me, there is no escape from the Elian Gonzalez story even in Bangkok as it circles the world news via newspapers, and not the least, satellite news networks such as CNN and Bloomberg. The Gonzalez family are clearly the … Continue reading

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The Cuba Dilemma

Way back when during the Cold War, the great thinkers of the time decided that the tiny island nation of Cuba posed an unimaginable threat to the United States, and thus Western Civilization altogether. Looking back, it is easy to … Continue reading

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Today’ Photo

Very early on I started a feature called “Today’s Photo” which showed a new photo each day. This was an experiment in automating content. I’ve collected here the photos that were shown.

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An Open Letter on Animal Experimentation

Permit me to introduce myself: I am Kelly Fein, a student of life, specializing in the field of psychology. As a professional counselor, I have worked with both pediatrics and geriatrics. I am writing this letter because, through my formal education … Continue reading

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