Along the Tracks

Monday, February 10, 2003
 

Condensed version


In the New York Times, Bill Safire notes the shift from “Old Europe” to “New Europe” may be more than just words, as Germany’s Chancellor Schroder falls in the polls and the U.S. discusses reducing troops and moving their bases to newer NATO members.

The Detroit Free Press sticks to its PC guns on Title IX reform.

The Lima News takes a shot at developing a North Korea policy, proposing a “quiet” agreement to remove American troops from the South if the North agrees to “behave” - yikes!

The Cincinnati Post praises signs the Bush administration is starting reconsider its dismissal of deficit dangers.

In arguing against the public’s “complacency,” the Toledo Blade - one of America’s worst newspapers - focuses attention on American “weapons of mass destruction” sitting “poised” around Iraq, “waiting for the order to attack.”


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