Along the Tracks

Monday, January 27, 2003
 

Condensed version


In the Washington Post, U2 lead singer Bono puts his eloquence effectively on display in a different format, calling on President Bush to lead a united world battle against AIDS.

Also in the Post, Jackson Diehl correctly notes the seeming incongruity between the majority of Israelis being pro-peace process yet also about to re-elect Sharon is in fact a logical response to the lack of reform promised by the Palestinian Authority.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer offers a well-thought-out critique of George W. Bush’s faith-based initiatives, and how they might damage religious institutions.

The Toledo Blade - one of America’s worst newspapers - sees today as a slow news day, apparently, and so pulls out its generic Democratic talking points on “Republican Administration environmental destruction,” and closes by praising “an increasingly militant environmental movement” - quite a “compliment” in a time of terrorism and war jitters, eh?

Finally, when it comes to the recently passed omnibus budget, the Cincinnati Post hates the oven that cooked it up, but loves the pork inside!


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