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THIS WEEKS TOPICS
Gaza Death Toll Passes 1,000: What should happen next?
Clinton’s Confirmation Hearing: How’d she do?
Supreme Court Eases Rules for Cops: Is Lady Justice smiling?
The Inauguration: What will it mean, really?
Inauguration Day and Gays: What Rick Warren and Gene Robinson represent.
Business & Economics
The Fiscal Stimulus: Unions, effectiveness, and justice
Steve Jobs is Out (For Now); Apple Shares Tumble: Are we bullish?
Bush Legacy Watch
The Final Press Conference: What did we think?
Torture and ‘Legality’: What should Obama do?
New Year’s Resolutions: Did we make one, what’s the point?
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