Along the Tracks

Thursday, February 27, 2003

Condensed version

The Washington Post publishes a detailed defense of its long-standing view that Iraq must be disarmed - by force, if necessary.

The Akron Beacon Journal cries “foul!” against liberal attempts to paint Ohio’s Deborah Cook as a right-wing judicial nominee. The Beacon Journal also notes that Ohio is nearing approval of the 14th amendment (equal protection under the law) to the U.S. Constitution - and only 135 years after it was ratified by two-thirds of the states.

The Detroit News believes direct talks between the U.S. and North Korea are a bad idea.

The Kalamazoo Gazette opposes the plan in some school districts to shut off televisions in high schools if and when a war with Iraq begins.

The Dayton Daily News’ Eddie Roth is fully willing to use force, but sees only positives in delaying the initiation of war a few weeks to increase allied support.

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