TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, April 1, 2004
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Impartiality of justice a concern
Scalia should recuse himself from energy case

In case you haven’t heard, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is doing his best to avoid pressure to recuse himself from hearing a case concerning Vice President Dick Cheney.

The case in question surrounds the Bush administration’s energy policy. Watchdog and Environmental groups, such as the Sierra Club, are convinced that top industry executives had a hand in shaping the policy and have filed a lawsuit to learn more about the closed door sessions.
Editorial cartoon
Guys: Wait for ‘the look’

I have a gripe. This weekend while partaking in some down time on 6th Street in Austin, a peculiar thing happened. Well, not that peculiar since it has happened more times than I care to think about.
Women must know they are equals

For centuries women of every race, age and culture have been fighting to obtain equality in the eyes of their male counterparts.
The story of Dick the cat and the rats in my house

Last March, I found out about rats in my house. I am thankful to my cat Dick, who decided to “do the right thing” and inform me vermin were in my house and where they were. I did wonder why he did it. I noticed how he was spending less time with the other cats. Was he angry at them about something? Is he really so concerned about my well being? He is, after all, a cat who dropped the ball as well.
     
     
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