News for Monday, April 5, 2004

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Teams take different path to title game

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Republicans for Ralph Nader? - Billy Corriher

After weeks of hearing from former counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke about what the Bush administration did n or didn't do n to combat terrorism before 9/11, the accusations are affecting the president's poll numbers.

Obituaries

April 5, 2004

Lakers excel on track

From Staff Reports

Elected officials should be accessible - April Avison

I've had a theory for some time now that the elected officials who don't return phone calls and don't care to comment when asked for a quote from their local newspaper usually aren't very good at the office they've been elected to hold.

Time to make the right call - Ed Brock

Well, before Sept. 11 I never imagined that terrorists would hijack four commercial jet airliners and crash three of them into a pair of national landmarks, either.

A cure for America's ailments - R.H. Joseph

Offended that some readers perceive me to be politically biased, I'm writing this column to aid Republicans.

Fortune's forgotten Chinese cookie - Michael Davis

I'm not a really superstitious guy. I don't go to fortune-tellers, I don't look into crystal balls and the only thing you might read on my palm is a phone number. Quite frankly, I'm afraid of beads and incense and oversized playing cards.

Stomping on Europeans 'cause we can - Bob Paslay

Forgive me because I just got back from nine days in Europe, watching their newscasts, and so it will take me a few days to come back to our side vs. theirs.

Democracy rejected in one word - Greg Gelpi

A one-syllable word could have been the passport to democracy, but they declined.

Free gun safety locks available

By Ed Brock

Horrific images can cloud judgment - Rob Felt

The link on the news Web site read "**Warning: Graphic Photos** Iraqis mutilate burnt body; hang from bridge," so, of course, it got clicked.

Morrow doctor arrested on sex charges

By Clay Wilson

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Supporters celebrate CCSU vision

By Clay Wilson