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Op-ed: The pope, the globe and the facts

...would cost $9 a gallon and milk $13 a gallon because of "global warming." In the 1960s and '70s, media giants such as Newsweek, Time, Life and National Geographic were convinced the globe was cooling and we were in danger of a "new Ice Age."In...
Murkowski not sensitive to reader's concerns

...follower and they like her too to get their cap and trade legislation through Congress. See the details at th July 9, 2010 Newsweek article entitled The Other Woman from Alaska. Although I have voted Republican and for Lisa in the past, this year I am moving...
Photography exhibition shows off Alaskan talent

...Rarefied Light is renowned photographer Joyce Tenneson, who has had her work published in magazines including Time, Life, Newsweek and Esquire. In a written statement, Tenneson praised the skill of Alaskan photographers."Alaska is not just rich in natural...
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Needed: A national sense of right and wrong

...America will cease to be great."In contrast, Kenneth Woodman's article, "What Ever Happened To Sin?" appearing in Newsweek, said "Ninety percent of Americans say they believe in God. Yet the urgent sense of personal sin has all but disappeared...
Americans losing interest in nature, replacing the outdoors with electronics

...Academy of Science. After hearing about these findings on the national news and reading an article about the study in a recent Newsweek magazine, I obtained a copy of the original report from Dr. Pergams. In addition to only using visits to U.S. National...
Accomplishments of women should be celebrated

...making good things happen around the world. Wake up men, take your heads out of the sand and get with it. Read the latest Newsweek. Listen to the news. Push for President Obama, our Commander in Chief, and Leon Panetta, Secretary of Defense, to remove...
Analysis found to be lacking

...analysis" though. Continue promoting and cheerleading these failed policies. See what happens. Jobs are being lost. Newsweek magazine is gone. Time magazine, AP, New York Times, and others will be gone in a couple of years. GE is trying to get...
Brand a bright spot in 'Greek' is now dominated by substance abuse, brought on, presumably, by a disastrous record called "African Child," which Newsweek estimates to be just behind war and famine as the most detrimental thing ever to happen to the Dark Continent. The video...
When will America learn?: Despite repeated disaster, country keeps faith in markets

...United States still clinging to the culture of market populism. Jonathan Alter, writing of possible toxic asset plans in Newsweek, says that nationalization is a solution of last resort, but also that nationalization is such a polarizing word that it...
Dalai Lama photo quest works out

...such after a getting a full-page shot printed in Alaska Magazine. But it was his coverage of the Exxon Valdez oil spill for Newsweek in 1989 that really boosted his career, he said. "I've been freelancing since then," he said. In recent years, he's...


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