A Political, Social, Literary Journal

Military-Industrial Complex Calls the Shots
Sherwood Ross
BELLFOURCE, S.D. --- On the prairie just a few miles west of this town that styles itself the geographic heart of America, you can pull your car off highway 212 and watch the antelope graze...

Bush's Double Standard
On Releasing Classified Information
Lawrence Velvel
Because of a court filing by prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald, it has now become public that, according to Scooter Libby, George Bush authorized him in July 2003 to disclose previously highly confidential information ...

Significance for the Long Run:
Developments Last Week
• Where Did the Money Go?
• Stay the Course
• Too Hot for Debate?
• Political Declassification
• What Is A Gospel?
• Nanotechnology

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Everything Else

Wisdom from Polonius
Thoughts of D.R.Young, T.Crouse, H.Brenton, D.Hare, and J.A.McClure

Chuckle of the Week:
Is Hell Exothermic or Endothermic?
The following is supposedly an actual question given on a  University of Washington chemistry mid-term...

Link of the Week:
The Animal Rescue Site
A site you can visit daily and click to feed rescued animals - also contains links to the Hunger, Breast Cancer, Child Health, Literacy, and Rainforest sites.

From the Video Shop:
Margaret Rutherford
as Miss Marple
Neil Turner
Margaret Rutherford (1892-1972) was an Academy Award winning character actress with a huge chin and sagging jowls who generally portrayed a woman with a lively indomitable spirit...

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Volume II                                           April 10, 2006                                        Number 12
Editor's Panel

From the Editor
Tom Absher told me this week that he has lost his zest for posting his poems with us. It strikes him that it's too much like giving a reading to an empty room...

From Liberty Street:
Transformation of Mythology
Why are we having an outbreak of speculation and writing about the events of the First Century in Palestine?...

Letter to the Editor
Mr. Sim Prystowsky is entitled to his opinion and so are all publications, whether print or on-line, including Harvard Square Observer and its editors...

Ernest Cassara
Founding Editor

John Turner
Mananging Editor