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Stories from Sunday, October 24, 2004

Jackson committee agrees with historical district idea (10/24/04)
A Jackson Chamber of Commerce committee has agreed in principle that the uptown business district should become a historical district if possible. At a recent meeting, attended by 16 people including 10 to 12 uptown business owners, the committee agreed to move to the next step, which is finding out exactly how much the process will cost and what entity will do the bookkeeping...
A girl's goals in football (10/24/04)
n There's nothing on the Tigers' 2004 roster to indicate that No. 60 is different, except that the eighth-grader's name is misspelled -- Weingold instead of Weinhold. Even in the school newspaper, the team is referred to as "the boys." But if you went to the games, you might have noticed a player standing slightly behind the rest of the team; a player who filled up the starters' water bottles and picked up the yard markers at the end of the game...
Area Democrats hold annual fall festival at SEMO (10/24/04)
Around 80 Democratic supporters and candidates from throughout the region gathered Saturday night at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau for the central committee's annual fall festival. Committee treasurer Dr. Rick Althaus said the festival is a time to celebrate the party's purpose and build enthusiasm for the coming election...
Hundreds find bargain on history as sites around Cape unite (10/24/04)
The price of history was a bargain that hundreds of people couldn't refuse in Cape Girardeau on Saturday. For a $5 ticket, visitors could go on guided tours at the Glenn House, the Red House, Old Lorimier Cemetery, Old St. Vincent's Church and the Cape River Heritage Museum...
Southeast sweeps titles in cross country meet (10/24/04)
Southeast Missouri State University's cross country teams easily won their home invitational for the second straight year on Saturday, rolling to victory at Capaha Park. The women had the top four runners to finish with 19 points in the three-team field. Tennessee-Martin had 70 points while Murray State also competed...
Families, retirees moving to 'cohousing' neighborhoods (10/24/04)
BOULDER, Colo. -- Neighbors piled their plates high with garlic bread and steaming pasta in an informal buffet line, then settled into a large eating area to share wine and conversation. The meal wasn't a home dinner party but the weekly community meal at Wild Sage, Colorado's newest "cohousing" neighborhood...
World briefs 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
High oil prices stir worldwide discontent PARIS -- Grumbling about high gas prices, Sri Lankan businessmen ditch their cars for the bus. Strikes over fuel costs shut down cities around Nigeria. Would-be vacationers in France put off their getaway plans. ...
Goodson reaches end zone for first time (10/24/04)
MURRAY, Ky. -- For all the passes Ray Goodson had caught this season, the All-American tight end had not reached the end zone during Southeast Missouri State University's first six games. That finally changed Saturday afternoon -- although Goodson was in no mood to celebrate after a 28-13 loss to Murray State bumped Southeast (1-6, 1-3) into eighth place among nine Ohio Valley Conference teams...
Region/state digest 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
St. Louis woman hurt in rollover on Interstate 55 A St. Louis woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident 10 miles north of Fruitland on Interstate 55 Friday evening. Stacey Stewart, 40, was northbound on the interstate in Cape Girardeau County in 2004 Jeep when she lost control of the vehicle and overturned in the median. Stewart was taken to Saint Francis Medical Center...
No sweat for Racers this time (10/24/04)
MURRAY, Ky. -- The last four times Murray State and Southeast Missouri State University squared off, the game wasn't decided until the final few minutes. But Saturday the Racers didn't need to sweat out their 12th consecutive victory over Southeast as they breezed to a 28-13 home triumph...
8th District election pits incumbent against farmer (10/24/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- When U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson first ran for Congress in 1996, she had no idea she would stay long enough to seek a fifth term. "It was not something I planned to do with my life. On the other hand, I feel really strongly about my responsibility as a member of Congress and love what I do," said Emerson, a Cape Girardeau Republican...
Police probe possible snipings along Interstate 44 (10/24/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Authorities are investigating whether the shooting of an Indiana truck on Interstate 44 may be linked to eight other possible snipings at motorists in recent months along the stretch of freeway. The truck driver -- wounded Thursday on her 34th birthday -- was the first person who was injured in nine cases of vehicle windows inexplicably shattering in daylight since Feb. ...
Man shoots at mouse, hits girlfriend instead (10/24/04)
CONFLUENCE, Pa. -- A man missed a mouse he was trying to shoot and wounded his girlfriend instead, state police said. Donald Rugg, 43, was trying to kill the rodent with a .22-caliber handgun when his girlfriend, Cathy Jo Harris, 38, apparently went into the line of fire and was hit in the arm early Tuesday, state police said...
Secret interviews reveal how Saddam manipulated oil-for-food (10/24/04)
NEW YORK -- Interviews with dozens of former and current Iraqi officials by congressional investigators have produced new evidence that Saddam Hussein micromanaged business deals under the U.N. oil-for-food program to maximize political influence with important foreign governments like Russia and neighboring Arab states...
Navy commissions lead vessel in newest class of fast-attack sub (10/24/04)
NORFOLK, Va. -- With bells ringing and horns blaring, the Navy on Saturday commissioned the lead ship of its latest class of fast-attack submarines specifically designed for post-Cold War security threats. The $2.2 billion, nuclear-powered USS Virginia differs from other subs because it can not only roam the deep blue ocean but also get close to shore in shallow water, which Navy officials say is important in fighting terrorism...
Bush, Kerry trade attacks on security (10/24/04)
PUEBLO, Colo. -- Democrat John Kerry sought to undercut President Bush on national security Saturday by charging that he was trying to scare voters with talk of terrorism. Bush portrayed his opponent as indecisive and suffering from "election amnesia" with conflicting stands on Iraq...
Ballot issues create voting incentive in several states (10/24/04)
The heated Bush-Kerry race might seem reason enough for voters to turn out on Nov. 2, but in many states extra incentive is provided by divisive ballot measures on topics ranging from marijuana legalization and minimum wages to malpractice and same-sex marriage...
FBI chases new leads on election attack plot (10/24/04)
WASHINGTON -- FBI investigators have made new arrests and developed leads that reinforce concerns that terrorists plan to strike around the presidential election, officials said Saturday, even though the CIA has discredited a person who told its agents of such a plot involving al-Qaida...
Colin Powell rejects rewarding N. Korea for resuming talks (10/24/04)
TOKYO -- Secretary of State Colin Powell on Saturday rejected demands by North Korea of a U.S. "reward" before the communist country would agree to resume multinational talks about its nuclear weapons programs. Powell said any proposals from North Korea should be discussed as part of the negotiating process established more than a year ago that involves both Koreas, the United States, China, Japan and Russia...
Capsule with U.S.-Russian space station crew lands (10/24/04)
ARKALYK, Kazakhstan -- A Russian Soyuz capsule carrying a U.S.-Russian crew back to Earth following six months at the international space station hurtled through the Earth's atmosphere and landed in Kazakhstan Saturday evening. The bell-shaped Soyuz TMA-4 carrying Russian cosmonaut Gennady Padalka and American partner Mike Fincke touched down beneath a parachute at the targeted landing site, some 55 miles north of the town of Arkalyk, in predawn darkness early today local time...
Suicide attacker injures NATO troops, civilians in Afghanistan (10/24/04)
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A purported Taliban militant with grenades strapped to his body detonated them on a bustling Kabul shopping street popular with foreigners Saturday, killing himself and wounding seven others, including three NATO soldiers, Afghan and U.S. officials said...
Several earthquakes hit northwestern Japan (10/24/04)
OJIYA, Japan -- A series of powerful earthquakes and aftershocks rattled northern Japan on Saturday, killing at least 15 people and injuring more than 700 as buildings crumbled, a bullet train derailed and roadways were torn apart. At least 10 people were missing Saturday night. Throughout the region, electric, gas and telephone services were knocked out and water and sewage mains burst...
Kelly claims state crown (10/24/04)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- After the Kelly softball team wrapped up its 5-2 semifinal win over Putnam County on Friday, the Hawks ventured across Rainbow Softball Complex to watch a few innings of the other semifinal game. Kelly coach Rhonda Ratledge said she didn't know much about either Bishop LeBlond or Purdy, but after watching the Golden Eagles outlast Purdy 1-0 in 11 innings, her players couldn't help but notice one thing...
New Salem Baptist places third in MCSAA (10/24/04)
New Salem Baptist finished third at the Missouri Christian School Athletic Association volleyball championships Saturday at Joplin. New Salem finished 3-0-2 in pool play after splitting with Camdenton and Eagle Ridge Christian on Friday. In bracket play, New Salem beat Calvary Christian 25-18, 26-24 but lost to Christian Outreach 25-20, 13-25, 14-25 in the semifinals. New Salem recovered for a 25-20, 20-25, 25-17 in the third-place match over People's Christian...
FanSpeak 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
Where's the crowd? YOU KNOW the Southeast Missouri State athletic program is going downhill when only 7,112 show up for the football home opener on family weekend. It also happened to be the OVC opener for Southeast, and those who did attend saw an exciting contest. ...
Lehman tied for lead after 54 holes in Funai Classic (10/24/04)
Tom Lehman made two eagles Saturday for a 5-under 67 that left him tied for the lead with Briny Baird in the Funai Classic at Disney in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Lehman has had at least a share of the 54-hole lead in three straight events. Scott Verplank had a bogey-free 65 and was one shot behind...
New surface awaits at Martinsville Speedway (10/24/04)
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Rusty Wallace is the leader among active drivers at Martinsville Speedway with seven career wins, and even he's unsure how the track's new surface will respond to racing. The surface has been commended by drivers this week for being smooth and fast, but questions remain about it heading into today's Subway 500...
Tigers fall following scoreless second half (10/24/04)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The final 50 seconds of the first half turned the game around for No. 22 Oklahoma State. The Cowboys fell behind by 17 then rallied to beat Missouri 20-17 on a 28-yard field goal by Jason Ricks with 55 seconds to play. "There was never any time that I didn't believe that this team was not going to have the resolve to come back," Oklahoma State coach Les Miles said...
Sox score early and often (10/24/04)
BOSTON -- Another late October night at Fenway Park, another high fly ball off the foul pole. Years later, the same result: Home run, Red Sox win. Mark Bellhorn hit a drive off the foul screen attached to Pesky's Pole in right field, and Boston held on to take the highest-scoring opener in World Series history, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 11-9 Saturday night...
Womack KO'd by hard-hit grounder (10/24/04)
BOSTON -- St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Tony Womack was knocked out of the World Series opener Saturday night by a hard grounder that bounced up and hit him in the left collarbone, leaving him doubled over in pain. Womack was struck by David Ortiz's bad-hop grounder, which was ruled an infield RBI single and put the Red Sox ahead 9-7 in the seventh inning. ...
Kline miffed about status (10/24/04)
BOSTON -- St. Louis Cardinals reliever Steve Kline was exasperated -- to put it mildly -- over the team's decision to leave him off the World Series roster. He found out about it while watching television Saturday before the team bus left for Fenway Park. Kline also put off surgery to repair for a tendon in the index finger of his pitching hand that's 70 percent torn, thinking he'd be on the roster...
Rams insist they're not taking 0-6 Dolphins lightly (10/24/04)
MIAMI -- At some point the Miami Dolphins became a joke. Maybe it was in February, when Dan Marino quit after 22 days as an executive. Maybe it was in July, when Ricky Williams retired with hazy motives, or 10 weeks later when he said he wanted to return. Or maybe it was last week, when the Dolphins couldn't beat a winless opponent and fell to 0-6 to become the only NFL team without a victory...
Cards select Morris to confront Schilling (10/24/04)
BOSTON -- Matt Morris won't need to have his ankle stitched up or anything drastic like that, but he'll do something for the first time when he starts Game 2 of the World Series tonight. Morris will be on three days of rest when he pitches for the St. Louis Cardinals against Curt Schilling and the Boston Red Sox...
Shooting range opens Monday (10/24/04)
The Missouri Deparment of Conservation will dedicate the opening of the new Castor River Shooting Range at 10 a.m. Monday. John Hoskins, director of MDC, and state Rep. Rod Jetton (R-Marble Hill) will be joined by other community leaders to officially open the range after a brief ceremony. The range will be open to the public for sighting in immediately after the ceremony...
Workshop on funding quail habitat Thursday (10/24/04)
The Missouri Department of Conservation and SEMO Quail Unlimited are conducting a workshop from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Clinton Building, 501 Campanella St. in Sikeston. Workshop topics include funding opportunities for landowners who want to improve wildlife habitat on their property...
Ramey wins fall event on Lake Wappapello (10/24/04)
John Ramey won the Bass Busters of Southeast Missouri bass fishing tournament on Oct. 16 at Lake Wappapello. A severe cold front made locating and catching bass very difficult. Ramey, of Cape Girardeau, used a run-and-gun approach to catch his winning bag of bass. ...
Series could be a dandy, hopefully like 1967 (10/24/04)
Wow, what a National League Championship Series! And for that matter, what an ALCS as well. If the World Series that began Saturday night turns out to be half as exciting as those two, then baseball fans are in for a real treat. Other than the fact the NLCS probably added quite a few gray hairs and some extra trips to the cardiologist for St. Louis loyalists, Cardinal Nation shouldn't have very much to complain about...
Ancient art (10/24/04)
The ancient Chinese art aims to create a harmonious energy flow in a house. By Krista Larson ~ The Associated Press MONMOUTH JUNCTION, N.J. -- The old Victorian home sat on the market for six months without selling before its anxious owners decided to ask for some help -- from a pair of feng shui consultants...
Fur -- real and faux -- enjoys current trendy status (10/24/04)
NEW YORK -- Fur is no longer a status symbol that only the rich and famous can afford, and faux fur is no longer an ugly alternative worn only by social protesters. Both are part of a larger trend: fur -- real or fake -- as fashion. Designers, manufacturers and retailers have embraced fur in all its forms this season, offering it in more shapes, styles and price points than one might have thought imaginable...
Unique St. Louis lofts attract new downtown residents (10/24/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Drawing on a formula that's had success in other cities, developers in St. Louis have transformed commercial buildings into edgy loft-style living spaces -- complete with high ceilings, exposed brick and rows of light-welcoming windows...
Old time charm (10/24/04)
This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home in Scott City brings back good memories. By Tammy Raddle ~ Southeast Missourian There's never quite a house like grandma's house. It was built 50 to 100 years ago, has a large and welcoming front porch, and on the inside, it has original hardwood floors that have maintained their beauty despite all the nights of walking babies to sleep, worrying about husbands and sons that had been sent off to war, and the daily stress of living...
Mel Gibson puts his passion into TV sitcom (10/24/04)
LOS ANGELES -- Mel Gibson leans forward, scrutinizing a monitor showing a rehearsal for his latest project. He's not directing a sweeping battle a la his Oscar-winning "Braveheart." It's not a scene with the transcendent suffering of his "The Passion of the Christ."...
Election Night marks end of era for Tom Brokaw and TV news (10/24/04)
NEW YORK -- As a 16-year-old high school student, Tom Brokaw spent his first working Election Night in a radio station newsroom in Yankton, S.D. He reported results from rural polling places, and ate chicken catered from Kip's Blue Moon restaurant...
John Martin (10/24/04)
John S. Martin, 64, of Cape Girardeau and formerly of Pulaski, Ill., died Friday, Oct. 22, 2004, at Southerast Missouri Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Massie Funeral Home in Cairo, Ill.
Ferrell Ervin (10/24/04)
R. Ferrell Ervin, 57, of Cape Girardeau died Friday, Oct. 22, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Oct. 29, 1946, at Booneville, Ark., son of Granville F. and Frances F. Bullion Ervin. He and Glenna S. Skelton were married Aug. 5, 1972, at Russellville, Ark...
Edward Gribler Sr. (10/24/04)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Edward Ben Gribler Sr., 76, of Perryville died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, at Perry County Hospital in Perryville. He was born June 1, 1928, at Jackson, son of Ben and Grace Slinkard Gribler. He and Sally Freburger were married Jan. 28, 1949, in Baltimore, Md...
Thomas Dollar (10/24/04)
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Thomas Daniel Dollar, 70, of Pensacola died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, at a local hospital. He was born Oct. 14, 1934, in Tippah County, Miss. He was raised in Sikeston, Mo. He and Demetra Blalack were married in 1954. He graduated from Gray Ridge High School in Gray Ridge, Mo., in 1950. ...
Bob Stevener (10/24/04)
MATTHEWS, Mo. -- Robert E. "Bob" Stevener, 70, of Matthews died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, at Missouri Delta Medical Center. He was born Feb. 19, 1934, in Niagara Falls, N.Y., son of Wilfred E. and Amelia A. Stevener. He and Paula Jean Siars were married Feb. 18, 1984...
Ruby Kneibert (10/24/04)
Ruby Kneibert, 84, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2004, at her home. She was born April 19, 1920, at Marion, S.C., daughter of Avery and Lottie Herrin. Kneibert worked as a seamstress for Ralph Edwards Sportswear and had lived in Cape Girardeau since 1958...
Roosevelt Mathews (10/24/04)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Roosevelt Mathews, 62, of Cairo died Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Massie Funeral Home in Cairo.
Lee Ray Jr. (10/24/04)
BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. -- Lee Ray Jr., 62, of Blytheville died Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004, at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Blytheville. He was born July 4, 1942, in Tippa County, Tenn., son of Lee and Lacy Ball Ray. He and Jannie Moore were married. Survivors include three sons, Hubert Ray of Cape Girardeau, Billy Ray of Sikeston, Mo., Jeffrey Ray of Blytheville; a stepson; two daughters, Amanda Pearson of Sikeston, Stephanie Maney of Cape Girardeau; three brothers, Hubert Ray of Osceola, Ark., Robert Jones of Sikeston, Chris Payne of Cape Girardeau; five sisters, Betty Shields of Brownville, Tenn., Virginia Wright, Louise Ray, Mary Ann Jones, all of Chicago, Lorene Lucky of Cape Girardeau; a special friend, Sheryl Luster; 17 grandchildren; and a stepgranddaughter.. ...
Lucille LeDure (10/24/04)
BENTON, Mo. -- Lucille Irene LeDure, 91, of Benton died Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 5, 1912, at Benton, daughter of Adam and Cora Halter Schaefer. She and Louis C. LeDure were married April 18, 1933, at Benton. He died July 11, 1991...
Births 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
Mayberry Daughter to Daniel S. and Dulcie Elizabeth Mayberry of Chaffee, Mo., Southeast Missouri Hospital, 1:05 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, 2004. Name, Abigail Grace. Weight, 7 pounds 1 ounce. Fourth child, second daughter. Mrs. Mayberry is the former Dulcie Noble, daughter of JoAnn Tatum of Chaffee. She is a secretary at First Baptist Church in Chaffee. Mayberry is the son of Tom Mayberry of Sturdivant, Mo. He is a plumber with Best Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning...
Jones-Turman (10/24/04)
Jennifer Patrice Jones and Richard Wayne Turman were united in marriage Aug. 28, 2004, at Emanuel United Church of Christ in Jackson. The Rev. Samuel Roethemeyer performed the ceremony. Organist was Christy Shinn and soloist was Meredeth Lape, both of Jackson...
Rector-Rodriguez (10/24/04)
Nicole Adele Rector and Jose Lorenzo Rodriguez exchanged vows Sept. 25, 2004, at Aladdin Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nev. The bride is the daughter of Anthony and Laura Rector of Washington, Mo. The groom is the son of the late Betty Rodriguez. Maid of honor was Elizabeth Rector of Washington, sister of the bride; matron of honor was Lisa Daugherty of Columbia, Mo.; and bridesmaid was Anna Durham of St. Louis...
Evans-Spencer (10/24/04)
Shana Lynn Evans and Raymond Barnhart Spencer were married June 12, 2004, at Deerfield Lodge in Cape Girardeau. Beth Derenne of Columbia, Mo., performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are James and Marilyn Evans of Cape Girardeau. The groom is the son of Bake and Paula Ottofy of Bland, Mo., and Ted and Donna Spencer of Cape Girardeau...
Rhodes- McQuay (10/24/04)
Thomas and April Rhodes of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Rhodes, to Christopher Scott McQuay. He is the son of Scott and Brenda McQuay of Cape Girardeau. Rhodes is a 2003 graduate of Jackson High School. She is employed at Schnucks...
Pobst-Berry (10/24/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Larry and Glenda Pobst of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Lanette Pobst, to Jason Scott Berry. He is the son of Steven and Luann Berry of Madisonville, Tenn. Pobst is a 1990 graduate of Chaffee High School and a 1995 graduate of Barnes College of Nursing. She is a registered nurse at Saint Francis Medical Center...
Winschel-Dunaway (10/24/04)
Danny and Becky Winschel of Perryville, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole Ann Winschel, to Andrew Michael Dunaway, both of Cape Girardeau. He is the son of Mike and Mary Etta Dunaway of Cape Girardeau. Winschel received a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. She is a second grade teacher at Immaculate Conception School in Jackson...
Morrow-Carter (10/24/04)
Dana Morrow and Robert and Sue Morrow, all of Cape Girardeau, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica M. Morrow, to Joshua E. Carter. He is the son of Gary and Sandra Carter of Cape Girardeau. Morrow is a 2001 graduate of Central High School. She expects to receive a bachelor's degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in December...
Police report 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released Saturday by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI William R. Denis, 21, 1156 George St., Chester, Ill., was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. Arrests Stacy A. Reid, 30, of 10175 Chaunai St., St. Louis, was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant for contempt of court...
Fire report 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items on Friday: At 8:09 p.m., fire alarm at 1000 Towers Complex. At 9:39 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1900 block of College Street. At 10:05 p.m., citizen assist at 1224 Linden St. At 11:18 p.m., vehicle fire at 3049 William St...
Out of the past 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
25 years ago: Oct. 24, 1979 Ozark Air Lines flights are expected to resume in Cape Girardeau on a limited basis as early as next week, after the 39-day strike by flight attendants was settled last night; it may take several more weeks before former passengers to and from Cape Girardeau become reconditioned to using the air carrier...
Former teacher urges support for Jackson issue (10/24/04)
Many people have questioned me in recent weeks concerning the proposed bond issue, knowing I taught music more than 27 years in the Jackson School District. Actually, my history with the Jackson district goes even further than that, for I was also a student there all 12 grades, as were my children. I now have grandchildren beginning their educational experience in this same school system...
Avoiding the flu (10/24/04)
Only two major suppliers were contracted to provide flu vaccine for the United States. When one supplier's vaccine was found to be contaminated, the news set off a wave of concern and a flood of questions. As a result of the vaccine shortage, the U.S. government has asked that only those in high-risk categories -- the very young, the very old and people with chronic illnesses -- get flu shots this fall...
Cape's speed-trap reputation (10/24/04)
To the editor: Recently I had an interesting experience while visiting St. Louis that I felt needed to be shared with the residents and leaders of Cape Girardeau. This event transpired as I was riding the tram from the top of the Gateway Arch. Another passenger began asking me directions to various points in the city, and it was obvious he was a visitor...
Speak Out 10/24/04 (10/24/04)
Religious rights I DON'T really care what religion the Founding Fathers were or what Bible verses are etched in stone in some building. The fact is that many Christians in this country want their beliefs, and theirs alone, to rule in schools, legislation and in criminal justice. ...
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