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"Flip-flop" is just another way of saying deceitful


July 13, 2008
by Vincent Gioia
I don't like the term "flip-flop" to describe politicians changing political positions in an election campaign; it reminds me of those hard-to-wear thong-type foot sandals. A better and more accurate description of such political behavior is "deceitful."

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The Supreme Ricochet Has Begun

The Supreme Ricochet Has Begun


July 13, 2008
Center for Individual Freedom
To say the Supreme Court term ended with a bang is quite an understatement.On the last Thursday in June, the marshal gaveled the Court into its summer recess, but not before the justices announced their decision in the D.C. gun ban case (a.k.a. District ...

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It's Official...James Baker Has Lost His Mind

It's Official...James Baker Has Lost His Mind

July 11, 2008
By Frank Salvato of the New Media Journal 
Anyone familiar with the threat posed by the advancing American Fifth Columnunderstands all too clearly that our Constitution is under attack. Whether it is the insistence that the Constitution is a living document meant to conform to the ...

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Manipulating the Media for Obama

Manipulating the Media for ObamaJuly 10, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid

Thanks to Matt Drudge, Jesse Jackson’s disparaging comments about Barack Obama have become national news. Who benefits? Obama. It makes Obama look like a moderate, compared to the disgraced, discredited and venomous Jackson. But this doesn’t mean, by any stretch of ...

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The "Group Of Eight" Met and All They Brought Back Was This Lousy Tee Shirt

The

July 10,2008
By Vincent Gioia

When the "G-8" meets you expect that momentous decisions will be made and the results will be posted on the front page of newspapers and be lead stories on the evening news. That this does not happen is a tribute to the uselessness of such events.

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The Global Poverty Act on the Move - Obama

The Global Poverty Act on the Move - Obama

July 9, 2008
Lobbying Efforts have  Renewed Obama's Global Poverty Act
Rumors have been circulating around Capitol Hill that a few activist groups have renewed their surge and have begun lobbying full force for a bill introduced by presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL). The bill has ...

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Barack Obama Still Opposes Victory Strategy in Iraq

July 6, 2008
by Steven Beren

Barack Obama has recently tried to "refine" his rhetoric against the war in Iraq, but let's not be fooled - his actual policy in the war against terrorism remains the same.  Like my opponent, Jim McDermott, Obama remains fundamentally opposed to a victory strategy in ...

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More Anger and Demands From The Right

More Anger and Demands From The Right

July 8, 2008

by Thomas Segel

Harlingen, Texas, July 6, 2008:  To say that conservatives are displeased with the GOP candidate for president would be a gigantic understatement.  Those considered to be the demented Republican leadership who believe the right wing of the party will soon forget are ...

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"President Bush exonerated of "misleading statements" leading to Iraq war"

July 7, 2008

By Vincent Gioia

In 2003 newspaper columnist Robert Novak wrote his now infamous "Mission to Niger" (published on July 14, 2003) in which he mentioned an allegedly failed attempt by Saddam Hussein to purchase uranium reported by the husband of a (not so) secret CIA agent, Valerie ...

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