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The Editorial Board members will roll their eyes and chuckle at your remarks.

Gag notice accidentally published by The Philadelphia Inquirer instead of the typical message, "The Editorial Board will respond to as many calls as possible." The message was part of a gag page made last week for a departing staffer. Acting editorial board editor Chris Satullo said, "Our only defense, as we stand here red-faced, is our record. Those are not our true feelings."

Politics and religion have been reluctant bedfellows at times, but strangers they are not.

Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey in a speech on spirituality and morality in public life. He declared: "Anybody who thinks that morality can be viewed as purely a private affair, a matter of individual opinion, a matter of what feels right for me is, in my opinion, deluded."

Every child has a right to be in school and have an education.

Tim Moralee, head teacher at a British school that assigned a personal teacher to oversee and protect a 13-year-old pupil who was bullied at school for a year. Mr. Moralee was explaining why the teacher-protector was assigned rather than kicking the bullies out of school.

I think the current system allows the slackers to hide, and I think that attracts a lot of students to this campus.

University of California, Santa Cruz, student Jordan Benjamin, who supported a move by one of the nation's most liberal universities to scrap its 30-year experiment with alternative, narrative, essay-like evaluations in place of actual letter grades. Under the new system, set to begin in fall 2001, each new student would have to take 75 percent of his classes for a grade. The rest could be taken on a pass/fail basis.

If we tried to put up a similar website, our entire network would crash under the sheer volume of material.

Bradley for President aide Kristen Ludecke, on Al Gore's new page on his website devoted to attacking purported lies by Mr. Bradley.


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