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President Obama’s credibility dilemma

Our president, secretary of state and those who agree with them are fools. 

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Congress considers Syria strikes

By Jesse Franz Despite support in Congress for military action against Syria, some Fresno State faculty and students remain wary of involvement.

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Students, faculty sound off on U.S. conflict with Syria

Fresno State students and faculty responded to the mounting evidence that the United States may use military force against Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria after allegations that chemical weapons were used in the country’s civil war.

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Confessions of a Civil War historian

This weekend thousands of Valley residents will descend upon Kearney Park for Fresno’s annual Civil War Revisited reenactment.  They will be treated to “the sights and sounds of the 1860s,” as self-styled “living historians” — most clad in Union blue or Confederate gray — set up camp, march in formation and demonstrate antebellum crafts.

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Free speech is for everyone

We take freedom of speech for granted in this country.

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The worst of TIME’s?

TIME magazine, the rag that declared “YOU” the person of the year in 2007, has made a similar hyperbolic declaration in its most recent cover story.

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University Theatre: Shiloh Rules

The morning of Apr. 6, 1862, there was a major battle of the Civil War. The Confederates launched a surprise attack on the Union, and the Union almost won.

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