Scott Shuger

Scott Shuger was a Slatesenior writer and the original author of "Today's Papers." He died June 15, 2002.

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June 21 2006 7:09 AMHitler Slept HereThe too-secret history of the Third Reich's most famous place.
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June 11 2002 12:00 PMThat Sinking FeelingWhat dope came up with those scuba warnings?
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May 30 2002 12:31 PMFBI CYAThe problem the Bureau still hasn't fixed.
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May 17 2002 12:12 PMFailing IntelligenceWhy didn't the CIA warn Bush properly?
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May 1 2002 5:52 PMFree To TweezeThe federal airline security folks get more grounded.
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April 23 2002 9:07 PMWrite vs. WrongWhat should a reporter do when he meets a terrorist?
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April 15 2002 8:53 PMSnap MisjudgmentHow the United States violated John Walker Lindh's rights.
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April 4 2002 4:45 PMGenerals' ApathyThe Pentagon's appalling record on "friendly fire."
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March 29 2002 11:13 AMHungry for JusticeHow to punish convicted terrorists.
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March 15 2002 11:01 AMVictory LapseThe Pentagon and the media's chronic mistake.
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March 7 2002 10:57 AMUniform EntertainmentLoosening the Pentagon's hold on war scripts.
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Feb. 28 2002 6:35 PMFlyboys in the OintmentDoes the Pentagon have the Right Stuff on drones?
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Feb. 19 2002 2:31 PMOff on a TerrorHow to be intellectually honest about terrorism.
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Feb. 13 2002 4:29 PMStop the Kabulsh*tWhat to do about rumors of Afghan civilian deaths.
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Feb. 5 2002 6:52 PMThe Few, the Proud, the MarinsA top conservative is wrong about John Walker.
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June 13 2002 11:39 AMNone Like It HotWhy we're not invading Iraq this summer.
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June 5 2002 3:16 PMReinventing CounterterrorismMore lessons from the 9/11 warnings scandal.
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May 23 2002 5:13 PMOutgunnedWhat the Crusader cancellation really means to the Army.
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May 15 2002 4:53 PMBullet PointsWhat Donald Rumsfeld forgets about patriotism.
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April 26 2002 6:35 PMFlights From RealityThe government's dopey airplane carry-on bans.
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April 17 2002 3:33 PMAutomatics for the PeopleWhy do Palestinians have M-16s?
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April 10 2002 7:54 PMEasy, MarkA key conservative's wacky plan to increase defense spending.
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April 1 2002 1:12 PMMountain Division of LaborWhy it's OK to send in the Royal Marines.
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March 20 2002 7:53 PMBullet PointsWhat the Fox network could teach the Pentagon, etc.
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March 12 2002 1:53 PMMushroom Clouded MindsThe press cheap-shots Bush's nuclear policy.
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March 5 2002 10:50 AMPoisonal FoulWhy did the Washington Post go soft on the Pentagon?
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Feb. 22 2002 5:56 PMThe Pentagon's right to lie.
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Feb. 15 2002 6:07 PMWire-Guided GovernmentUPI breaks a big terror story—and maybe new ground.
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Feb. 7 2002 6:42 PMThe Logic of Rules of War
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Feb. 1 2002 12:26 PMNot Just the Facts, Ma'am

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