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Human Logic Incapable of Disproving the Existence of God

The “Ask an Atheist” column in last Friday’s edition of the Nexus featured Connor Oakes, Tyler Santander and Cameron Moody, who put forth a variety of arguments positing that suffering in the wo...
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University Should Consider A.S. Control Over Funds

The 'pardon' temporarily granted to the Daily Nexus by the president of A.S. is portrayed in the Santa Barbara News-Press as a grand display of leniency. In truth, the Associated Students Legislative ...
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Dens Prove No Party Is Perfect

Being a Republican at UCSB is a little trying at times. Most of your friends are liberal Democrats. So are most of your professors.
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Council’s Abortion Decision Allows Baby Death

There is a convention in modern debating known as "Godwin's Law." Simply put, it states that as an argument progresses, it is increasingly likely that one of its participants will compare their oppone...
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Media Distorts War in Iraq With Leaks

A declassified version of the leaked National Intelligence Estimate's "Trends in Global Terrorism: Implications for the United States" assessment is out, and pundits who claimed it showed Iraq's democ...
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Columnist Undermines Constitution

In response to Matt Cappiello's column "Alito Contructs Mediocrity" (Daily Nexus, Jan 24.), Mr. Cappiello makes numerous statements about the Constitution and the methodology for its interpretation, w...
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Corruption Zig-Zags Partisan Line

In response to Heather Buchheim's article, "The Straw That Broke the Elephant's Back," (Daily Nexus. Jan. 11) it is gratifying to see some well-deserved criticism of the Congressional Republicans' sha...
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Military Recruiter Opponents Don

So let me see if I get this straight: Chris Trenchard's piece "Rogue Inquiry Evades Prod" (Daily Nexus, Nov. 15), the one where he shadow boxes a fictitious caricature of a U.S. Army recruiter (and u...
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Benefits Outweigh Costs of Keeping Soldiers in Iraq

Here's a question for you: rounded to the nearest kilo, how many troops have died in Iraq? Two thousand, as we all know. Here's another: How many more hours of electricity does the average Iraqi home ...
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Criticism of Stein Sophomoric

This letter is in response to Monday's letters "Ben Stein Confuses What It Means to Be an American" (Daily Nexus, Oct. 17) and "Republicans Wasted Their Money Bringing Stein to SB" (Daily Nexus, Oct. ...
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Jackson To Voice Proposition Views

Former three-term 35th District California Assembly Member Hannah-Beth Jackson will present her views on the Nov. 8 special election propositions in the Women's Center Library today at 4 p.m.
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Egocentric Dems Should Accept Election Results

This is a letter to all the protesters who walked out of class last week. Why are you so disappointed with a democratically elected president? After the 2000 presidential election, everyone was so pis...
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