Informed Sources: Jul. 4, 1994

Clinton Sticks Up for Religion Overseas

WASHINGTON -- Jerry Falwell would have been proud. When President Clinton met with Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Russia last January, Yeltsin complained that Russians, with the help of Christian missionaries, were becoming too religious. "You are a Christian," he said. "What do I do about this? We need to put a stop to all this." Clinton's reply: "That's not a good idea ... Putting limits on religion doesn't serve your interest in democracy."

All Right, You Dogfaces, Who Left the Toilet Seat Up?

WASHINGTON -- Although the issue of women in combat is still...

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