Strike a deal

Conerning the Editorial, "Strike a deal, any deal" (OGJ, Nov. 8, 1999 p. 19), there's much, much more that can be said. Why the media's and Clinton's big ruckus about Congress killing the test ban treaty? (The military was against the treaty; Clinton's hopes for a positive legacy took a hammering.) With Kansas in the middle of the now international argument of evolution vs. creation, why the media's ruckus there, too? I recall another media ruckus trying to shove the myths of the environment down the people's throats. We now have treaties, evolution-creation, and environmental matters in identical patterns. Something smells. The order comes from the United Nation's bo...

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