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  • Mar 3-8, 2006
  • Vol. 1, No. 888


  • Saving Libertyland
  • Cover Feature
  • Saving Libertyland

    How a maverick group of activists managed to stop the destruction of Memphis' historic amusement park -- at least for now.

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  • Editorial
  • Parade of the Elephants

    Beginning Thursday, March 9th, for three days Memphis will come as close to being the epicenter of political consciousness as it has been since 1978. That was the year that the national Democratic Party held the first of what would turn out to be only a few mid-term conventions (mid-term meaning halfway between quadrennial presidential-nominating conventions).
  • The Rant
  • The Rant

    Every time I look up, I shake my head so much I feel like a tennis ball. I just finished watching a show on my newest addiction -- Link TV, the independent television network out of San Francisco that might be even more knee-jerk liberal than I am, albeit much more serious. The network aired the recent Australian news story about phase II of the Abu Ghraib prison debacle, showing a whole new set of photographs and videos that are much more disturbing than the first set. read more




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