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In a move
that has the best of intentions but, at the same time, lacks
any foresight whatsoever, members of the California Medical
Association proposed raising the legal smoking age from 18
defense of column, for protection of Constitution
By Tom Daniels
appeared in this paper Tuesday that attacked me and an editorial
of mine that appeared last Thursday.
Mr. Tim Dragga stated that I am completely unfamiliar with any Supreme
Court precedent because I asserted that the Shays-Meehan Campaign
Finance Reform Bill violated the First Amendment.
races should be remembered after attacks
Aliya Sternstein is a columnist for the Daily Pennsylvanian
at the University of Pennsylvania.
The year is
2020. Morgan Kay Beamer, newborn daughter of Sept. 11 victim and
hero Todd Beamer, rolls into, lets say, the University of
Pennsylvania. She joins the class of 2024, along with the Daniel
Pearls as-yet unborn baby. The two Quakers enroll in History
432: The World in Wars taught by Stephen Ambrose Jr.
Columnists fail to see fault in soft money donations
It is extremely
ironic that Tim Dragga would use a pro-bono American Civil Liberties
Union lawyer as an example of someone who, under the current system
of wealth-influenced politics, would not have as much influence
as a Fortune 500 executive in a federal election. The ACLU vehemently
opposes the Shays-Meehan Bill.
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