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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

War against terrorism not an issue of good vs. evil

War against terrorism not an issue of good vs. evil
By As`ad AbuKhalil
October 16, 2001

President Bush insists to the world that there are only two choices: you are either with "us" or with "them." Yet many people from the Middle East and Muslim countries stand opposed to both Osama bin Laden and Bush.

Both men speak of the conflict in striking Manichean terms: While Bush invokes the biblical language of "evil doers" versus the goodness that he ostensibly represents, bin Laden draws on the discourse of the 7th century wars between Muslims and pagans, whom he calls "infidels."

Many Muslims see both bin Laden and the U.S.

Margaret Sanger remembered, 85 years after the first birth-control clinic

Margaret Sanger remembered, 85 years after the first birth-control clinic
By Gloria Feldt
October 11, 2001

Eighty-five years ago on Oct.

Anti-immigrant backlash is not justified

Anti-immigrant backlash is not justified
By Bernardo Ruiz
October 10, 2001

As the United States wages war abroad, we must be careful not to wage war at home.

Gays deserve same benefits afforded married couples

Gays deserve same benefits afforded married couples
By Kathi Wolfe
October 9, 2001

Anne, my life partner of 12 years, became ill with cancer in January 2001.

All children deserve a free lunch

All children deserve a free lunch
By David D. Perlmutter
October 8, 2001

Oct. 16 is World Food Day, and even as we focus on the war, we should not neglect children who are hungry around the globe.

These kids deserve a free lunch.

I teach at a public university in one of the country's poorest states, Louisiana.