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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page September HeraldZeitung Serving New ftraunfils and Carnal County since J85Z NW Braunfels Zettung was founded 1852 New Braunfels Herald was founded I the two papers merged in 19B7and printed in both Qerman and English until 1968 Managing Editor CILcuIaJlonjDlrectpr Courtnsy Abernirtriy OUR OPINION Prop 12 Lets see some benefits Now that doc tors have been given the legal security blanket they sought in Proposition will we see fees for services start spiraling or doctors lining up to take less lucrative prac tices in rural markets o Texas vot ers gave you nar rowly you said you needed in the constitu tional amendment They responded to your poor me pontificating about how malpractice awards must be reined in even though the court system has always provided for the appeal of excessive jury Voters agreed to a onesize fitsall cap of on jury awards for pain and suffering and any other nonmonetary damages your patients or their families suffer through abuse or Insurance industry sources say the costs for your malpractice insurance will be What needs to happen now are some of the things practitioners of your profession said would follow once youve been given this legal security No doctors will line up to take less lucrative practices in the Rio Grande Valley or rural West now that the specter of those greedy lawyers is less No fees for your services will be spiraling downward now that outof control juries have been No doubt the benefit of this legal pass youve been given will soon be extended to us all and in our We wont be holding our TODAY IN HISTORY By The Associated Press Today is the 262nd day of There are 103 days left in the Todays Highlight in History On during the Revolutionary American soldiers won the first Battle of On this date In President Washingtons farewell ad dress was the 20th president of the United James died of wounds inflicted by an In Bruno I lauptmann was arrested in New York and charged with the kidnapmurder of the Lindbergh In Nazi propagandist William known as Lord I was sentenced to death by a British In President Juan Peron of Argentina was ousted after a revolt by the army and In the United States conducted its first underground nuclear in the Nevada In Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev react ed angrily during a visit to Los Angeles upon being told for security he wouldnt be allowed to visit In Cuban leader Fidel in New York to visit the United angrily checked out of the Shelburne Hotel in a dispute with In the Mexico City area was struck by the first of two devastating quakes that claimed some Fond recollections ofMan in Black CALTHOMAS Cal Tliomas is a colum nist for Tribune Media Services He hosts After Hours on Fox News Channel Saturdays at EST Direct all mail for Cal Thomas to Tribune Media 435 Michigan Suite Readers may also leave email at met Johnny Cash in 1978 when I was writing a book about public people and their private chal After seven months of letters and calling his I finally got an interview with It took place on a sweltering August night at Wolf Trap Farm Park outside where flies battled each other for the privilege of biting stage I overheard a conversa tion between two of those One spoke of Cash as being a man of He did not mean it as a compli Through the door that led to the stage strode the man in Who are you Do we have an appointment I ex plained that we did and gave the name of his secretary who set it He took iny large hand in his muchlarger Cash LITTIRS POLICY Letters must be 250 words or fewer guest columns should be less than 500 words and be accompanied by a Address and tele phone number must be Mail letters to Letters to Editor HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New TX 781311328 looked every bit hjis 46 but it was a beautiful Later onstage he broke up the audi ence A lot of people in the business as long as Ive been say they still feel like theyre I I feel like Im Typical Cash unpre a man comfortable with from the powerful to the He had a face not to be looked at so much as to be Like rings tell the age of a each line on his face was part of a life Cash hid He spoke openly about his wrestling matches with Some hed others And he spoke unashamedly about the faith those stagehands He told me of his daily commit ment based on Psalm Let the words of my mouth and the medita tion of my heart be acceptable in thy 0 my strength and my He said when he was faced with temptations of various whether it be a 200calorie soft drink or some thing else I try to remember to recite that scripture and keep it implanted in my Cash told me he intensely disliked public adulation and that while he enjoyed people having fun when he adulation embarrasses no man should ever feel worthy of that kind of On its part of what I but Im talking about the real me when Im Adula tion there always bothers Cash revealed that he used to pray that God would give him a hit gospel song so he could better share his faith with God gave me A Boy Named he I kept praying for a hit gospel and He gave me Folsom Prison I kept praying for a hit gospel and He gave me Ring of And then Ballad of a Teenage Those records were like a They attracted a lot of But the fame that came from those he gave him an entree to many people with whom he could share his The answer to my final question from a man who was one of the great est music stars in history tells you something about the real johnny Cash One hundred years from how would you like to be remember ed Id like to be remembered as a good Then he got shook my hand thanked me and was United Staut PRESIDENT George Bush 1600 Pennsylvania NW 20600 KAY BAILBY HUTCHISON Russell Senate Office Building Room 284 20510 Telephone 202 2246922 Fax 202 2240776 Writ Send emails through Web SAN ANTONIO OFFICE 8023 Vantage Suite 460 San Antonio 78230 Telephone 210 3402885 Fax 210 3496753 JOHN CORNYN Russell Senate Courtyard 5 20510 Telephone 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JUDITH ZAFFIRINI Box 627 Laredo 780420627 Liberals refuse thoughts that interfere with their groupthink ANNCOULTER Aim Coulter in an author and a columnist for Universal Press Liberals are hopping mad about the war with Showing the nuance and complexity of thought liberals pride themselves they are excitedly restating all the arguments they made before the war which arguments were soundly rejected by the American the Congress and the Hush Before the they said Saddam Hussein their favorite world leader behind Jacques Chirac was not a threat to Americas interests in the was not develop ing weapons of mass destruction and did not harbor Now that weve taken the country and are uncovering mass canis ters of poison victims of Saddams weapons of mass destruction and colonies of ter liberals are Claiming the war created it oped piece in The New York Times recently proclaimed America has taken a country that was not a terrorist threat and turned it into This was written by Jessica Stern of the Harvard Kennedy School of You cant win with these The termites are swarming out into the light oi and liber als are blaming the Liberals simply refuse to consider thoughts that would interfere with their lemminglike They hold their hands over their ears like little children who dont want to listen to perhaps there are important textural differences between secular Saddam loyalists and Islamic crazies though its a little odd to be lectured on nuance from people who can grasp no difference whatsoever between Bill OReilly and Jesse But as George Bush said You are with the terrorists or you are with Now were getting a pretty clear picture of who is with the Bui liberals are indignant for every day that we havent turned a barbaric land into They were willing to give Stalin 36 years for the awkwardness of his We have essentially imposed a revolution on and liberals give us a month to work out the forces in Baghdad say that Iraq is well on its way to establishing Americanstyle representative democracy and might even be holding its first free elections in less than a Within three years the Iraqi people could be recalling their first the war is going so well that now liberals have to create absurd strawman arguments no one ever uttered in order to accuse the Bush administration of horrible Amid her PMSinduced anger toward the Bush New York Times columnist Mau reen Dowd claimed the Bush administration was shaken to discover the terrible truth Just because we got Odai and Iraqi militants are not going to stop blowing up Id love to see the quote where anyone in the Bush administration anyone in the universe said Republicans were not mourning the deaths of Odai and Qusai the way Democrats but only a moron would think that killing these two mon sters would mark the end of the war on Nor mandy didnt end World War That didnt make it a MacArthur was in Tokyo straightening out Japan in 1950 five years after VJ Not only was Japan an advanced and ethnically unified but forces also made things easier for MacArthur by killing several million of the most militant antiAmeri can Japanese during World War Paul Bremer doesnt have this advantage in In he has the reverse situation Saddam killed the most proAmerican Iraqis before the What is the point of liberal carping What precisely are they proposing we do Turn tail and abandon Iraq to the mullahs and the Syrians Revert to the Democ rats triedandtrue method of abandoning the region to any local Pol Pot who might turn up Clintons statesmanlike response to Islamic fanatics was to do nothing except when he needed to dis tract from his impeachment and would suddenly start bombing foreign countries at In eight the only domestic Muslim terrorist Clinton went after was a blind cleric sitting outside a mosque in New Jer sey behind a card table with an Ask Me About Terror ism The Clinton approach was working if you dont count the first bombing of the World Trade the bombing of our Air Force housing complex in Saudi the bombing of our embassies in Kenya and the bombing of the USS Cole the greatest terrorist attack in the history of the world right here on soil on We have seen how well the Democrats surrender approach works for 50 We saw it again last The United Nations stood shoulder to shoulder with American Germany and Saddam Hussein in opposing war with And then last month in the little darlings bombed the embassy in But thats Bushs Perhaps Bush is also responsible for JLo and Ben Afflecks bomb of a The only people whom liberals absolutely refuse to hold accountable for anything are their the   

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