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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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Once Again, It's About Associations and Judgment

July 3, 2008

By Frank Salvato

There has been much ado about Barack Obama’s associations and the judgment used in maintaining and entering into those associations. Obama’s associations with Jeremiah Wright, Williams Ayers, Frank Marshall Davis, the Progressive-Left activist group ACORN and his ...

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New Twin Towers?

New Twin Towers?

July 6, 2008
It may not be too late!

City Journal
by Nicole Gelinas

Since al-Qaida demolished the World Trade Center nearly seven years ago, New York's naked emperors-Governors George Pataki and Eliot Spitzer and architect Daniel Libeskind-have viewed an historic rebuilding challenge as an ...

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Hitler Released from Guantanamo Bay to File Suit Against the US?

July 3, 2008
That title, could it come true? Could the next Hitler be released in a prisoner exchange or court order? You bet. Our lack of resolve to eliminate the enemy just blows my mind. Since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of terrorists at club Gitmo and since Israel is exchanging live  ...

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Energy Independence Day by House Speaker Pelosi

Energy Independence Day by House Speaker Pelosi

July 2, 2008
'Energy Independence Day': Take Two
by Nathan Burchfiel
Business & Media Institute

Pelosi's July 4, 2007, pledge unfulfilled one year later while media still promote freedom from foreign power. As Democrats solidified their control of Congress in early 2007, the newly empowered ...

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Congress to Halt Closing of Unprofitable Starbucks

July 2, 2008
Satire
by Scott Ott for ScrappleFace

Democrats in Congress today plan to introduce a bill to halt the recently-announced closing of some 600 Starbuckscoffee stores, noting that the displacement of 12,000 Starbucks baristas would overwhelm government aid offices not prepared to ...

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Mr. Obama: Don't Betray My People

Monday, 30 June 2008
Amil Imani
It looks as if Senator Obama has a shot at the White House. It also looks like my people are going to be betrayed once again by a badly misguided American president. Jimmy Carter helped give birth to the virulent Shiite Islamism by forbidding the Shah of Iran to ...

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Who Goes There? Friend or Foe?

July 2, 2008
Barry Rubin

Here's the most important thing I can tell you about the Middle East.

For more than a half-century, the region's politics revolved around Arab nationalism. Individual states sought to have influence, leadership, or just to survive. The Arab-Israeli conflict was an ...

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