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Ask for Diane. 772-9113 EDITORIAL continued from page two As a final example. I’ll describe how I’ve wanted to use the copier in Cate, only to find that it wasn’t working. You’re probably won dering why I didn’t just use the copier in the library, but that’s simply not an option at 1 a.m. when the newspaper is due to the printer in 30 minutes and we have no way of reducing the MCTV schedule. Enough said. Unfortunately, people who have no con trol over the conditions of these machines often get blamed for their not working. I certainly don’t hold computer lab assistants or library assistants responsible for the maintenance of these machines. However, I would like to know who is responsible for the various student-used machines on campus, and I would also like to know if anything is being done to upgrade the computers and other machines on which stu dents rely. BUSH continued from page two restored is the “passive losses,’’ a plan that allows commercial real-estate operators to write off their rental losses. The industry is thankful for Bush’s putting this into play. One plan that the Democrats keep forget ting to initiate is the fact that no company executives and Congress should enjoy such high salaries and bonuses, yet Clinton and Con gress have never touched this issue. Bush hopes to cut the pay of federal officials who make more that $75,000 annually by 5%. He feels if “Americans have tightened their belts, so should better-paid federal workers” He also dared Congress to cut its spending by one-third as he promised to do in the White House. Bush also wants companies to prove their tax savings have created new jobs for the Ameri can public. He is also thinking of couples who are newly married or are first-time homebuyers. He wants to promote a $5,000 tax credit for first-time buyers. The National Association of Home Builders estimates that this will save the homebuyer a substantial amount of money from loans and mortgages. This will also put a lot of jobs back into construction work and contract ing. Thus, the unemployment rate will go down. The housing industry is the core of society; consequently, if the industry begins to boom, then the positive effects will spread into other regions of the economy. As Bush has stated, “I want to stimulate entrepreneurial capitalism, not punish it.” Believe it. President Bush is looking out for the well-being of the general public. He does not want to “yoke them to new bureaucracies.” Bill Clinton may join the bandwagon about taxes, but Bill, READ MY LIPS, how many times have you raised taxes in the state of Arkansas? Coming next week.... Comhuskin' news CLINTON continued from page two put the government back in the hands of the people.” In esssence, whereas President Bush would recklessly initiate across-the-board tax cuts and make drastic cuts in certain social programs just to create the appearance of a strengthening economy. Governor Bill Clinton is looking for real answers. Clinton refers to his new policies as the Democratic party’s “New Covenant” with the American people and says it will be one in which he and the Democratic party strive to provide not only feasible solutions for today’s America, but for tomorrow’s as well. GUEST continued from page two end, that I lost touch with what weekends were for—resting, relaxing, reading a book, spend ing time with friends, catching up on what I’ve put off, and spending time with myself Sure, my partying days were a lot of fun, but they always left me feeling a little empty. Now I have figured out that what was missing in my life was appreciating the simple, yet so vital, pleasures of life. So I urge those of you who are “partying ‘til you drop” (which you will one day, from exhaustion) and anyone who is packing their weekends full of activities to find a balance in your weekends by allowing time to relax, as well as time to be busy. Slow down every once in awhile, and stay home on a Friday or Satur day night, even if only to prove that you can do it. You won’t die. I promise. LETTER continued from page two advertising thoses foods which are truly “meat- free.” Having specific suggestions - such as the ones in the article - help us to know what students would like to have offered in the dining hall. I am always open to sugges tions from all students concerning foods that they would enjoy. Camups dining services will continue to sfrive to offera quality dining program for everyone on campus to enjoy. Thad O’Briant, Food Service Direc tor (x8377)

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