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Courier editor searches for sanity

I intended to write about the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear. After all, I drove all night with my girlfriend to get there and all night again to get…

Tax credit may not pass

A golden opportunity may soon pass by American college students. The American Opportunity Tax Credit is set to expire at the end of this year. The credit, worth up to…

Responses to “Just how peaceful?”

Editor’s Note: The following article is an opinion article. In conversation recently with a faculty colleague of mine, she noted that our society lacks good models for how to effectively…

My rights vs. your rights

Editor’s Note: The Following is an opinion article The first amendment is not as concrete as some would like to think. The first amendment allows for the freedom of speech,…

Bringing it on! Just how peaceful?

Editor’s Note: The following is an opinion article. After 9/11, the terrorist act committed by Muslims who obviously believed that jihad as mentioned in the Quran called them to violence,…

The trouble with censorship

Editor’s Note: The following is an opinion article. In an ironic bit of timing the Pentagon recently destroyed 10,000 copies of a new memoir by a former intelligence officer, claiming…

Illinois still at work

Workers employed by the states, Put Illinois to Work program can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Governor Pat Quinn announced Thursday that Illinois would continue to fund the program…

Keeping up with Pastor Terry Jones

Editor’s Note: The following is an opinion article. In the months leading up to the anniversary of 9/11, it seemed the ignorant had taken over America. Eighteen percent of Americans…

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