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What Is Chess Teaching Our Kids?

Posted April 26, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

The world of chess has seen it’s ups and downs, but I can’t ever recall a time like this one. The great American grandmaster Bobby Fischer had been in a self-imposed exile since his world chess championship victory in 1972
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What Is Chess Teaching Our Kids?

Posted April 26, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

The world of chess has seen it’s ups and downs, but I can’t ever recall a time like this one. The great American grandmaster Bobby Fischer had been in a self-imposed exile since his world chess championship victory in 1972
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Housing Inspection Bill Advances

Posted April 23, 2004 by Mark Gomez, ACORN California

SB 1634, an ACORN sponsored tenant measure, passed committee by 5 to 1 after riveting testimony from two renters Joya Shelton and Estela Astudillo who were also ACORN members and member political liaison Chris Jones. Forty ACORN leaders from across
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The Enemy Combatant Blues

Posted April 23, 2004 by Marc Norton

Do you feel safer because George Bush has decided that he can lock up anybody he says is an “enemy combatant?”That question, as well as others of a more legalistic kind, were argued before the Supreme Court on Tuesday, April
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The $297 Million Secret Bond Deal

The $297 Million Secret Bond Deal

Posted April 23, 2004 by

The Mayor’s Housing Bond Work Group has reached agreement on a $297 million housing bond for the November ballot. As predicted in these pages, what began with a mayoral pledge to support a $150 million supportive housing bond is now
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