Best of the Pittsburgh Standard Sections of 2001-2002
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Campaign finance reform becomes a crucial platform is
Former Survivor contestant visits Pitt
Athletes train their mind at AIA
Planned Parenthood supports UNFPA
Pitt cheerleaders and dance team rock the Fitzerald Fieldhouse
for the world promotes hunger awareness
Da playas gonna play
Men are from the "O" and women are from "Starbucks"
Mexican exchange student enters a party!
Alcohol visits many faces across lands
Complaints of loneliness can be solved
of Black America rock
It is a matter of principle and ethics
es su casa": My home is your home
Pitt student assimilates into Delta Zeta
Chi Omega rocks in student's life!
Panthers rise to victory in Orlando
Panthers Tangerine Bowl victory spreads cheer
through football players, cheerleaders, and fans!
finishes at the Fieldhouse with firepower
and Howland receive Big East honors
Pitt's dance team shakes their way into the spotlight
Freshman cheerleader shares experience
Paralympics give hope
Next season for the
Panthers looks promising
Prospective teams aiming
for the title in 2003
Moral law or religious banter: The debate over the 10 Commandments continues
Court approves peaceful minute
Zultan/Yunich enlighten freshman student!
Start the year 2002 with a new perspective!
Gospel revealed through semantics and word play
Expressions of praise give audience new hope!
can be a complicated matter
My kiss of a lifetime hopes to be special
Afrikana rocks the Hilton Hotel in Downtown
the right antidote can protect your life
God's love is alphabetically revealed in random languages
God and the Baby
Top 25 reasons behind the origin's of the candy cane
The top 21 responses to 'I have a dream today
Top 14 responses to "A Loving Friend is...."
In celebration of Valentine's Day, the top 50-26 responses
to 'Love is....'
In celebration of Valentine's Day, the top 25-1 responses
to 'Love is....'
In remembrance of 'Good Friday', the top 25 student
responses to 'Loving the world God...'
July 4th fireworks rock Point State Park with a
of Kuntz Bakery
Finding the sweetest pad in Pittsburgh
President George W.
Bush’s Remarks to the March for Life
THE PRESIDENT: Well,
thank you, Nellie [Gray, President of March for Life]. I want to thank you very
much for including me in the celebration of life. I want to thank the good folks
there on the Mall today. I'm calling you from St. Louis, Missouri.
I know there are some
there and, like many others, you've made great sacrifices to come to Washington
today. A lot of you have ridden buses all night long and I know you're braving
the cold. And I admire your perseverance and I admire your devotion to the cause
You all are gathered today on the National Mall, which is not far from the
monument to Thomas Jefferson who, as you all know, is author of our Declaration
of Independence. And the March for Life upholds the self-evident truth of that
Declaration -- that all are created equal, given the unalienable rights of life,
and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And that principle of America needs
defenders in every place and every generation.
In our time, respect for the right to life calls us to defend the sick and the
dying, persons with disabilities and birth defects, and all who are weak and
vulnerable. And this self-evident truth calls us to value and to protect the
lives of innocent children waiting to be born.
You and I share a commitment to building a culture of life in America, and we're
making progress. As the President, I have signed the Born Alive Infants
Protection Act, opposed the destruction of embryos for stem cell research, and
refused to spend taxpayer money on international programs that promote abortion
My administration is challenging the Oregon law that permits physician-assisted
suicide. (Applause.) We support abstinence education, and crisis pregnancy
programs, and parental notification laws. We offer compassionate alternatives to
abortion by promoting adoption and extending state health care coverage for
My hope is that the United States Congress will pass a bill this year banning
partial-birth abortion, which I will sign. (Applause.) Partial-birth abortion is
an abhorrent procedure that offends human dignity. I also urge the Congress to
ban all human cloning. We must not create life to destroy life. Human beings are
not research material to be used in a cruel and
reckless experiment. (Applause.)
For 30 years, the
March for Life has been sustained by constant prayer and abiding hope, that one
day, every child will be born into a family that loves that child and a nation
that protects that child. And when that day arrives, you will have the gratitude
of millions -- especially those who know the gift of life because you cared and
you kept faith. May God bless you all and may God continue to bless
MS. GRAY: Thank you, Mr. President.
Courtesy: National Right to Life Committee (www.nrlc.org)