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From the Ivory Tower

Blair drops her editor persona for a day – to take on the greater superstar persona of Madonna by answering questions from Madonna fans. Sound confusing? It’s not. Read more!

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Curious Crow

While people are fighting to have same sex marriage legalized in every state, there is a really crazy marriage law that is still in effect in half of the country that no one is trying to get repealed. That’s the law that allows first cousins to marry. Nineteen states allow it outright, and six allow it with conditions on age and the ability to reproduce.

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Laughing with Larry

Courtesy Photo: Don’t miss “Holiday Cocktails with Larry Miller” 8 p.m. Friday at the Walton Arts Center. It’s one night only! BJ: Hi, Larry I heard you might have a

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Featuring Phunbags!

By Blair Jackson TFW Editor No, not those kinds of fun bags. Please, people, show a little maturity. Though, the phunbags in question would never allow the opportunity for a

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Mexico’s Mennonite Surprise

A few years ago, my girlfriend and I visited the beautiful city of Merida in the Yucatan. We were surprised to see a sentence in our guidebook warning us to be on the lookout for Mennonites pedaling queso in the mercado.

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In The Wings

By Chris O’Mara

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Special Soccer Edition

Ever since the Mexican national soccer team thrashed the American side, 4-2, in last month’s Gold Cup final, Know Nothings have railed about how Mexis in the U.S. root for El Tri against the norteamericanos.

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Playing “What If?” With The American Southwest

Just suppose that all of the southwestern United States had remained in Mexican hands. Would the Mexicans have done any better with it than they have with the present confines of Mexico?

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Dad Disapproves Of Dating A Mexi

Dad lectures me about me not worrying “about my future” and that I’m “losing it over a beaner,” makes a scene many times when I’m going out with Ignacio and calls my cellphone often to “check out what I’m doing.”

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Legalize Drugs, People For Security

Your question assumes there’s a need to secure borders, when really we just need to legalize drugs and people, and our “problem” vanishes; after that, we can concentrate on preventing actual threats from entering this country.