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Number 392, November 5, 2006

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Fascism: Not just for foreigners
Fascism: Not just for foreigners
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Letters to the Editor
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Winners and Losers
by Lady Liberty
It's said that high school football is a religion in the state of Texas. I've lived in Texas, and I personally think that "religion" might not be a strong enough word. In the state I currently live, high school football hasn't quite reached the status that it has in Texas. But on any given Friday night, you'll still see plenty of folks turn out for one high school football contest or another.

If It's Broke, Fix It: How Republicans Can Win
by Jonathan David Morris
It's not easy being a weekly columnist. Every week, in order to keep my readers, I must challenge conventional wisdom to a fistfight.

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