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COVER STORY
UNDER FIRE 
BY LEWIS WHITTEN
We target important firearms bills being considered by state legislators

COLUMNISTS
FROM THE EDITOR 
BY MIKE ZIGLER
The Virginia Tech episode could have been minimized if more students were armed

FRENCH CONNECTION 
BY DOUG FRENCH
Imagine a Ron Paul vs. Al Gore general election

THE REACTIONARY UTOPIAN 
BY JOE SOBRAN
In a time such as this, we need a leader who despises politics as much as Coriolanus did

A MINORITY VIEW 
BY WALTER E. WILLIAMS
Smokers should apply similar restrictions on non-smokers who request their services

THE CONSERVATIVE CURE 
BY CHUCK MUTH
Lawmakers who sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge can end unrestrained government growth

SPEAKING OF LIBERTY 
BY LEW ROCKWELL
The best approach to a crisis is allow people make their own judgments about how to stay safe

TRUE SOUTH 
BY KEN WARD
If economic growth depended purely on population growth, third-world countries would be rich and powerful

GIVE ME A BREAK 
BY JOHN STOSSEL
Instead of educating people about real dangers, reporters scare us about things that hardly matter

HEIDIOLOGY 
BY HEIDI HARRIS
By trying to say the right thing to cancer patients, the well-meaning unintentionally put the onus on the sick

THE WATCHDOG 
BY JOE ENGE
Why canít we apply other countriesí successful vocational education programs to our situation in Nevada?

NO SPIN ZONE 
BY BILL O'REILLY
If you rape or sexually brutalize a child, your punishment must fit the crime

GUEST COMMENTARY 
BY RANDI THOMPSON
A state-required ethics course wonít make lobbyists ethical

NEWS
VICTIM OR CRIMINAL
BY DAVID HIMMEL
Metro blurs the line between protection and abuse when it comes to this specific dog attack

FEATURES
HARDBACK 
BY DOUG FRENCH
We frown upon the disorganized, but, in fact, a certain amount of disorder is efficient

CINEMA 
BY JARRET KEENE
Documentary exposes the dark side of the psychiatry industry

DINING 
BY JARRET KEENE
Origin India rises to the top of Vegasí culinary destinations

WINE 
BY DAVID HIMMEL
Wine Week at Smith & Wollensky can be enjoyable ó just donít let the crowds and maitreíD get in the way

ROVING EYE 
Champ Car Vegas Grand Prix

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