Monthly Archives: July 2004

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Edwards Makes Little Difference in Polls Hee hee hee. . . who called this? “Kerry strategists are trying to lower expectations for a ‘bounce’ in the polls that presidential candidates sometimes get after choosing a running mate or attending a … Continue reading

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Some Key Conservatives Uneasy About Bush Sounds ridiculous, right? Not really. . . Some Republicans fear angry conservatives will stay home in November, undercutting Bush’s re-election bid. ‘I don’t think there’s any question that there is growing restiveness in the … Continue reading

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US Bishops Refuse Ratzinger’s Advice Another splendid job by the USCCB in ignoring Rome once again: During the Denver meeting, the Archbishop of Washington, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who heads a committee of bishops set up to look into the issue, … Continue reading

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How Peacemongers in Seattle Treat Veterans. . . Of course, some folks on the left may find this amusing, even harmless. Most people, however, are going to be offended: “Walking the parade route with his mom, younger siblings and politically … Continue reading

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FACTCHECK.ORG I’ve found a new home. FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenburg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania. It goes after both sides, but always with an ear to the ground for what is factual (it seems … Continue reading

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Good thing Jenna Bush was with the President for this pic. . . DRUDGE REPORT is trumpeting Jenna Bush’s contributions toward the Bush campaign effort. But I guarentee that every Photoshopper on the left would have loved to have taken … Continue reading

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Court: fence violates int’l law, must be dismantled A victory for human rights, without question: “The International Court of Justice will rule on Friday that the separation fence contravenes international law, that it must be dismantled, and that compensation must … Continue reading

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Kerry Fails to Get Lift From Edwards’ Pick, Zogby Poll Shows Can we start gloating now? I think so! Democratic candidate John Kerry’s standing against President George W. Bush didn’t improve following his pick of North Carolina Senator John Edwards … Continue reading

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Kerry/Lumbergh ’04! If you could just go ahead and buy this T-shirt, that would be great.

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