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  • Jul 19-25, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 29

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  • On the take

    It is beyond comprehension that the state Senate is balking at passing meaningful ethics reform...
  • What's $3 worth?

    Scene 1: A driveway deep in the countryside. A board on two sawhorses is set out with a hand-scrawled sign that says simply "Vegetables."
  • Happy birthday, Father Dan

    It was the left's version of the red carpet, but it was just a Park Avenue sidewalk at 83rd Street in Manhattan, in front of St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church.
  • Independence from what?

    Sue Sturgis' article ("9 ways YOU can achieve energy independence," July 5) shows a healthy change in Indy attitude from the days, not long ago, when the Indy promoted the newest fad of going out to dinner by driving around the Triangle and eating each course in a different restaurant.
  • What about walkability?

    Although Sue Sturgis rightly mentions "driving cleaner" as one way to reduce energy consumption, she doesn't quite make the connection between energy consumption and what's causing us to have to drive everywhere for everything in the first place.
  • Saving energy at home

    Thanks for the informative article on achieving energy independence, particularly the highlight on the one-of-a-kind show home that the Cherokee Fund is constructing here in Raleigh.
  • Wasted protest

    The June 28 edition of the Indy included another Patrick O'Neill article that glorified persons who engage in illegal acts (trespassing, resisting arrest?) while they protest capital punishment.
  • Readers should mutiny

    Barry Jacobs' article "Canes Mutiny" (A Fan's View, June 28) provided an interesting opinion on the recent Hurricanes season. The article would have been better represented under Not A Fan's View.







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  • Can a Pope sin?

    The state board of elections tackles the limits of a rich man's advocacy.

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