The OTHER Spokane continues
the quest to weasel its way to the office of one of
Spokane's richest and most powerful men to discuss
"A Modest Proposal."
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The New Century: What's Next?
The coming decades will be the best of times and the worst of times, an era in which we face the prospect of immortality, but confront the very real possibility of extinction. Six of America's deep thinkers -- John Kenneth Galbraith, Sarah Lawrence-Lightfoot, Michael Dertouzos, Jerome Groopman, Robert Pinsky and Jeffrey Sachs -- ponder the possibilities of the next century.
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This company pushes a software program designed for detecting plagiarism. The program eliminates every fifth word of the suspected student's paper and replaces the words with a standard size blank. The student is asked to supply the missing words. The number of correct responses, the amount of time intervening, and various other factors are considered in assessing the final Plagiarism Probability Score. They claim that "test results have been very accurate; NO STUDENT HAS BEEN FALSELY ACCUSED."
Quest to Free
"In 1988, his daughters, Ericka and Julie, accused Paul Ingram of sexual abuse and bizarre claims of satanic ritual abuse. The charges grew out of events at a retreat sponsored by Ingram's church, the Church Of Living Water. At the end of the "Heart To Heart" retreat, Ericka was found sobbing in a corner. Karla Franko, who claimed to have the gift of prophecy and whose ministry was prominent at the retreat, came to "minister" to Ericka. As Franko put it," I am the one who opened the can of worms, all I know is what the Lord told me" in the Ingram case. Karla told Ericka that the Holy Spirit had told her Ericka was a victim of sexual abuse by her father."
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