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- AMERICAN DREAMS: STEVE VIVIAN comes back to expose how Establishment Liberalism betrayed its base. "Trickle Down Liberalism."
- Weekly cartoons by OLIVER GASPIRTZ. Come back every Tuesday for an update of CARTOONS BY GASPIRTZ.
- DAY ONE: KEVIN CAREY examines the relationship between capitalism and culture from the Canary Islands. "EXPATS"
- G21 EUROPE: AL DUNSMUIR suggests a new game for us: "Who Wants to Be Mayor of London?"
- HOT LINKS (Not from Louisiana): RAHEEM offers a new link for your pleasure.
- IRISH EYES: JAMES BROSNAHAN, ESQ. & DAN VANDEMORTEL report on the Rosemary Nelson and Patrick Finucane murder cases. "Northern Ireland Solicitors: Lives in the Balance"
- MEMOIRS OF THE INFORMATION AGE: STORMBRINGER brings humor and more fodder for our conversation on Tech Support. "Tech UNSupportive"
- MY GLASS HOUSE: ROD bids a fond farewell to us all. "Changing the Guard"
- PLANETARY MADNESS: JENNIFER BLUE has this last of her weekly horoscopes for your amusement and amazement.
- RECOMMENDED DAILY REQUIREMENT (RDR): ROD AMIS offers up the first chapter of the Geoff Mallory novel Jungle Bunny. "CYA Jefferson"
RDR 03.20.00: ANAYAT DURRANI reports on Arab inter-faith marriages. "Eyes to the East"
RDR 03.22.00: RON DIENER on the US tradition of flouting international law. "International Justice?"
- VOX POPULI: Probably the largest collection of comments ever as readers say farewell to the "Butterfly Soul" era.... Awww!
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