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  • Feb 3-8, 2006
  • Vol. 1, No. 884


  • News Feature

    What DO those Islamic cartoons look like? Wanna see? PLUS: Ford on Fabricating at Funerals; The Love-Pat from State-of-the-Union night(Yeah, you know what we're talking about), The Tower of Terror! And other unmissable new stuff. Up above at Let It Fly
  • The Fly-By
  • Full of Hot Air?

    When Conway Services Heating and Cooling began its "oldest furnace" contest earlier this month, organizers thought they'd get about 70 entrants. "We met with over 30 homeowners in just the first 10 days of the contest," says company owner John Conway. "We have been surprised. We didn't realize how many old heaters there were out there."
  • The Fly-By
  • Bicycle Shorts

    Memphis River Trail officials ask cyclists to ride -- and evaluate -- 10-mile sections in Tennessee.

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  • Editorial
  • Wishful Thinking

    As we write, federal judge Bernice Donald has not yet pronounced judgment on the thorny question of who gets to sit in Nashville on behalf of Memphis' state Senate District 29. As you read this, her decision has likely already been announced -- to the consternation of one set of supporters, to the delight of the other.
  • Viewpoint
  • Dumbed Down

    A Reagan conservative takes the president to task for his failed Middle East policies.
  • The Rant

    I'm going to stop thinking about, much less trying to figure out, how the national media decide what subject matter to become obsessed with and how they drive their audiences into absolute mindlessness with the constant sound bites, analyses, how-it-affects-the-common-man interviews, how it will affect generations to come and change the course of history. read more
  • Letter from the Editor

    We, and all others who believe as deeply as we do, would rather die on our feet than live on our knees ...





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