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Can The Whole World Be Wrong?

by Sara Levinsky Rigler

The whole world condemns Israel. What else is new?

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, speaking from Madrid on April 8, 2002, reiterated his demand that Israel immediately terminate its campaign against terrorism. Citing the opposition to Israel from China through Europe to the United States, Mr. Annan declared: "Can the whole world be wrong?"

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Digestive Ills Linked to Poor Diabetes Control

Fri Apr 19, 2002

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Gastrointestinal problems such as heartburn and stomach pain are common in people with diabetes, and Australian researchers report that these problems may be linked to poor blood sugar control.

The investigators found that diabetic patients who had digestive problems were also more likely to have a type of nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy, and suggest that damage to nerves controlling the gastrointestinal system in diabetics might be responsible for their stomach ills.

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Lou Gehrig's Patients Tend to Be Former Athletes

Fri Apr 19, 2002

DENVER (Reuters Health) - Patients with diseases like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis--also known as Lou Gehrig's disease--are more likely to have been slim and athletic than those with other types of neurological ailments, according to researchers at Columbia University in New York.

The researchers decided to conduct the study because celebrities with the disease have often been athletes, including baseball great Lou Gehrig, heavyweight champion Ezzard Charles and baseball pitcher Catfish Hunter.

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A Drink a Day May Cut Stroke Risk for Some: Study

Fri Apr 19,2002

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men and women in their 60s who consume one to two drinks a day appear to have a lower risk of stroke compared with their peers who consume less alcohol, study findings suggest.

Curiously, the same stroke-reducing benefits were not seen in other age groups, according to the report published in the April issue of Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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Congress Has Been Put on Formal Notice

Its Members Now Have the Demand Letter and a Copy of the Record of the Citizens’ Truth-In-Taxation Hearing. It Took a Team Effort.

April 21, 2002

On Sunday and Monday, April 14-15, 2002, citizens from sea to shining sea gathered in Washington DC.

Liberty was their passion and formally notifying Congress was the mission.

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The Freedom Noose Is Tightening

by Jeff Elkins

Our once free republic is slowly but surely morphing into a police state. At one point in time, the idea of a national police force was anathema to any thinking American, but sadly, that time is passing if it's not already gone. The implications of a recent press release from John Ashcroft's Justice Department are chilling.

The Bush administration is using the unconstitutional USA PATRIOT act to destroy the ideals of freedom laid down by our founders and his chief agent is John Ashcroft.

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The Vicious Federal Injustice System

by William L. Anderson

For the last several months, the LRC page has dealt with the U.S. war in Afghanistan, mistakenly called the "War on Terror." (If President George W. Bush believes that he can use the U.S. Armed Forces to eliminate "terror" from the earth, perhaps he can use these guys to get rid of the "scary monsters" that seem to lurk in my two-year-old daughter's room at night.) One reason for the war, as we have been told ad nauseum, has been to punish those entities that helped plan and carry out the September 11 attacks.

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