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Number 356, February 26, 2006

"Socialism is a religion of death and destruction"

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Letters to the Editor
from Bill Koehler, Joel Simon, Pete Stephenson, and Ben Irvin

An Open Letter To All Right-To-Life Proponents
by Linda Cirincione
I'd like to propose a possible alternative to the practice of abortion which you despise so much: I think we need to develop a low-cost Artificial Womb.

Inflation Worries
by Jim Davidson
Gold and silver are traditional and functional safe havens from inflation. When gold is over $500 and silver over $9, as they have been for many weeks, people are worrying about inflation.

In the Age of Terror, a War on Torino
by Jonathan David Morris
It's been a while since the Olympics seemed to mean anything. Back in the day, the Summer and Winter Games would come once—and together—every four years. The very infrequency of these events made them seem rather special. Memorable. Even politically important. But in the 1990s, that changed. The two portions were torn apart like conjoined twins joined at the soul. They were staggered so that one or the other would take place not every four years—in keeping with the definition of "Olympiad"—but rather every two. Every Olympics has blended together like so many seasons of Survivor ever since.

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