Tuesday, September 3, 2002 Radio Show
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The absence of moral considerations in the argument that if America has UN and allied support attacking Iraq is good, but without that support it is not good. If attacking Iraq is wrong, then UN and allied support does not make it right; and if it is right, then UN and allied opposition does not make it wrong.
Britons vote that the death of Princess Diana was the most important British event in the last 100 years. A sign of our superficial times and of the death of history.
A Frenchman writes a letter to the New York Times why is it fair for rich people to receive better health care than richer people.