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Puerto Rican prisoner should be freed

By Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero, May 29, 2013

It was out of proportion to keep incarcerating him 14 years ago. Today, it is simply a disgrace.

Racial profiling kept me from boarding my flight home

Racial profiling kept me from boarding my flight home
By Xiomara Castro
October 31, 2001

On a recent visit home, my family and I were discussing how the Sept.

Nuclear blowback could be imminent

Nuclear blowback could be imminent
By Gordon S. Clark
October 30, 2001

Often the most dangerous weapon is your own, turned against you.

Nov.

Moratorium on student visas would deter foreign talent

Moratorium on student visas would deter foreign talent
By Timothy Kiefer
October 29, 2001

Because a few of the Sept.

Human rights already a casualty in war on terrorism

Human rights already a casualty in war on terrorism
By Reed Brody
October 25, 2001

At the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Shanghai, China, President Bush again pressed world leaders to join the United States in its campaign against terrorism.

Iraq's involvement is unproven and improbable

Iraq's involvement is unproven and improbable
By Matthew Rothschild
October 25, 2001

It didn't take long for the hawks to seize on the anthrax attacks as a justification for the United States to go bomb Iraq.

Weekly Standard editor William Kristol, former CIA director James Woolsey, conservative columnist George Will and the Wall Street Journal editorial page all are shrieking for Iraqi blood.

But I don't buy it.

These same hawks wanted to get Iraq even before any anthrax was delivered.