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The Virtues of Laziness
Slow down--there's no need to live life at a breakneck pace.
Certain words from other languages express meanings that no English words can.
Forget the heat; look at the positives of our fair city.
The Patriot Act must have our nation's founders turning in their graves.
Many corporations get tax breaks at the expense of individual taxpayers.
Tips for the Long Journey
Here is some general advice to help smooth the bumpy road of your life.
The Empire Strikes
The United States faces collapse if we don't stop our arrogance and corruption.
Our society's belief in "choice" as a hallowed ideal is a dangerous thing.
Troops for Hire
We've done so well in Iraq, why stop there?
PETA raised holy cow with its latest exhibition but could have made its point less graphically.
Prayer for Tucson
Maybe some regular prayer could help solve numerous Old Pueblo problems.
Dignified Life & Death
Learning to embrace life and the dying process creates compassionate, fuller lives.
It's time for Arizona to enact a new way of educating our children.
We the Misogynists
War talk shows that Western civilization is going down the tubes.
Two local shops offer toys and recreation for kids of all ages.
The pornography industry continues to saturate our society but ultimately not satisfy it.
Looking for a job feels like a continuous dead end, even for an embalmer.
What could have been, had America reacted differently to 9/11.
Human gene tampering is for the welfare of all humankind. Yeah, right.
Tucson's Afro-American Heritage Museum acknowledges the rich history of black Americans.
What is buried in our country's past should inspire no waving of flags.
Home-Schooling: A Primer
Five poets from the almost underground.
Citizens under Siege
The greatest new threat to our civil rights is our own government.
Minority youth are locked up at a higher rate than whites.
Animal Welfare, Animal Warfare
From vegetarianism to sabotage, animal advocates are sending a message you might consider as you slice into that turkey.
Call Me Wish Meal
The Community Food Bank celebrates 25 years of feeding impoverished Tucsonans.
Fences around schools do kids more harm than good.
Exploring the lives of high-school students.