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Patently absurd

Drug companies and their patents are not the enemies in the war against AIDS

Religion-baiting

Tennessee candidates aren't afraid to use faith in bid to fill open Senate seat

Shakedown

Candidates for House and Senate are going door-to-door and stump-to-stump in the final weeks before Nov. 7 midterm elections now too close to call

Missouri compromised

Low poll ratings for President Bush and high ratings for a stem-cell ballot initiative could together spell trouble for Sen.

Third-degree Burns

Democratic challenger Jon Tester is scorching Montana's incumbent GOP senator-at the debate podium and on the street

Bringng financial peace

The first-ever Nobel Peace Prize awarded to an economist recognizes a 30-year success story underwriting small businesses among the poor

Cougars among the flock

Pastor and author David Dykstra on a biblical approach to a generous-but wisely selective-immigration policy