I would like to take this opportunity to voice my disgust with the University for allowing an event entitled "Blue Devils for Dole" to take place.
Amid all of this emotionally charged rhetoric of name-calling and war waging, the human capacity for reason seems to have vanished.
As lifelong liberals, we are more than a little saddened to say that Justin Walker's commentary on the spinelessness of Congressional Democrats was, for the most part, dead on.
In the staff editorial in last Friday's paper, The Chronicle demonized various Duke employees for having a reception in support of Elizabeth Dole for U.S. Senate candidacy.
I applaud the columns in Wednesday's edition of the The Chronicle: "Qur'anic Questions" by Bala Ambati and "The joys of thought" by Chandra Jacobs.
I hesitate as I write this letter because of my extreme bias in her favor; after all I have admired Elizabeth Dole since I watched her speak at the 1996 Republican National Convention.
So when Pilate saw that he could do nothing, but rather that a riot was beginning, he took some water and washed his hands before the crowd saying, "I am innocent of this man's blood; see to it...
All of this homophobic/pro-queer back-and-forth has gone on long enough. Bill English wrote a stupid column, and nothing that he said could possibly be construed as intelligent.
I am perplexed, frustrated and amazed that there has been no visible agitation against the immense propaganda campaign to wage war on Iraq.
I would like to clarify some of the comments that were attributed to me in the Set. 24 article on the state of U.S.-German relations.