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The Tally Ho

Tuesday, February 15, 2005

A Couple Articles I Saved Recently

I don't have the time to blog like I use to as my schedule seems constantly filled, but a few I saved.

Detainees Accuse Female Interrogators By Carol D. Leonnig and Dana Priest (Washington Post)

Huge Car Bomb Kills Lebanon's Former Prime Minister By Leena Saidi and David Stout (NY Times). My housemate traveled through Lebanon and Syria this summer. If I have time I will pass on a bit of our conversation on post civil war Lebanon. But this summer he was standing exactly where the bomb went off.

AIG gets subpoenas from Spitzer, SEC (AP)

Abstinence-Only Sex Education Programs Have Little Effect on Texas Teenagers' Behavior, Study Says (Medical News Today) BTW, if the budget goes through, abstinence only looks to see an increase of $39M.

Same-sex debate gets U.S. infusion by Elizabeth Thompson, with files from Kirsten Smith (National Post)
OTTAWA - Powerful U.S. religious groups are sending money and support to allies in Canada to fight same-sex marriage.

Patrick Korten, vice-president of communications for the Knights of Columbus head office in New Haven, Conn., said no limit has been set on the help his organization is prepared to offer.

"Whatever it takes," he said. "The family is too important."

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