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September 3, 2004

In Re: Supreme Court

During the Republican convention a debate was held at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. The subject was the vexed one of the nomination and confirmation of judges, and Boyden Gray...
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September 3, 2004

Polls Show Thune Catching Daschle

Polls show Republican John Thune of South Dakota inching closer in his race to unseat Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, a Democrat, with two months remaining until Election Day.Read...
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September 2, 2004

Zell Miller Hits Kerry, Answers Critics

Sen. Zell Miller used his speech at the GOP National Convention to answer Democratic critics unhappy with his endorsement of George W. Bush. "Since I last stood in this spot," Miller...
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September 2, 2004

Coors No Fan Of Gun Laws

Queried at the Republican National Convention about his stance against continuing the federal assault weapons ban, Pete Coors responded that in Colorado, "we believe in the right to...
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September 2, 2004

Bush Campaign Wants FEC To Rein In 527s

The Bush campaign has filed a lawsuit in federal court to force the Federal Election Commission to take action against the so-called 527 groups that are collecting and spending unlimited...
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September 2, 2004

Redistributing Free Speech

To restore free speech and unregulated political competition would be easy. Start by repealing the singularly outrageous 2002 campaign finance law. Then repeal all the others.Read Original...
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September 2, 2004

Farmers Seek Help As Deer Devour Crops

Montgomery County, Maryland farmers who have survived decades of suburban sprawl are now warning that they might not be able to overcome the white-tailed deer that are eating large...
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September 1, 2004

Ford Ad Banned In U.K. For Showing Gun

Ford Motor Co., the world`s second biggest carmaker, has had a television commercial for its Land Rover brand banned by the U.K. communications regulator after it was judged to ``normalize``...
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September 1, 2004

It`s The Judges Stupid!

Judicial activism is a theme the GOP has to drive home. For Republicans meeting in New York this week, what better issue—outside the war on terror—is there to raise?Read Original at:...
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September 1, 2004

It`s Mel

Former housing secretary Mel Martinez won the Republican nomination for Senate in Florida August 31, defeating former congressman Bill McCollum in what may have been this year’s hardest-fought...
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September 1, 2004

America Is "Negative" Force, Protesters Tell Poll

A survey conducted by The New York Sun of 253 protesters who took part in the United for Peace and Justice march found that 76% plan to vote for Senator Kerry in November’s presidential...
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September 1, 2004

Swift Surge

At the start of the Republican Convention, major media outlets all reported a slight improvement in George W. Bush`s polling numbers. Clearly, the Swift Boat veterans are having a...
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September 1, 2004

Screen Righters

Forget about pricey summer blockbusters. This year, it`s all about pre-election films. Not "Fahrenheit 9/11," not "The Manchurian Candidate" that mysteriously erased Red China as the...
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August 31, 2004

Bush Opening More Lands To Hunting And Fishing

The Bush administration said August 30 it will give people who hunt and fish new access to hundreds of thousands of acres of lands and streams within 17 national wildlife refuges and...
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August 31, 2004

527 Reasons Dems Are Mad

Last April, Bryon York wondered in his column why, given the proliferation of pro-Democratic 527 groups, the issue had not prompted “the kind of continuing, full-throated denunciations...
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August 31, 2004

No Truce In Culture War

The campaign finance law of 2002 has led to an unprecedented wave of negative ads financed mostly by rich Democrats, though rich Republicans have now entered the fray as well. To be...
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August 30, 2004

King County Sheriff Reichert Opposes Clinton Gun Ban

Dave Reichert, King County sheriff and Republican congressional candidate, recently told a group of Second Amendment advocates that he supports letting the federal ban on semi-autos...
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August 27, 2004

Kerry Failed To Denounce MoveOn`s Bush-Hitler Ad

The MoveOn.org ads comparing President Bush to Adolf Hitler drew rebukes from Democratic Party chairman Terry McAuliffe and liberal financier George Soros in January, but Sen. John...
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August 27, 2004

In Support Of Free Speech

"As this space has argued often, the president was wrong to sign the McCain-Feingold bill. And he is wrong to oppose the 527 political organizations," says a Washington Times editorial.Read...
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August 27, 2004

Alice Cooper: Anti-Bush Acts Treasonous Morons

"If you`re listening to a rock star in order to get your information on who to vote for, you`re a bigger moron than they are. Why are we rock stars? Because we`re morons. We sleep all...
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August 27, 2004

Extreme Makeover

Democrats are again attempting to pull one over on the electorate, this time by persuading voters that Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry is a centrist, his 19 years of...
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August 26, 2004

Media-Ready Crib Sheet

Here are only a few of the questions John Kerry hasn`t adequately addressed. They don`t even have anything to do with swift boats. There are no "gotcha" questions. They`re posed in...
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August 26, 2004

Psyching Out Crime Excuses

For more than a half-century, explanations of crime causation have cited factors outside the individual`s control. We continue hearing this conventional wisdom from those who aim to...
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August 26, 2004

Big Media`s Big Mistakes

Mark the calendar. August 2004 is the first time that the major, mainline media—CBS, NBC, ABC, New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Newsweek, TIME, Associated Press, etc.—ignored...
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August 26, 2004

FEC Chairman Defends Swift Boat Ads

Federal Election Commission Chairman Bradley Smith defended the right of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, an independent political group, to run commercials against presidential nominee...
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August 26, 2004

GOP Film Chills "Fahrenheit 9/11"

The Republican National Committee has released a "documentary" to counter Michael Moore`s film "Fahrenheit 9/11." The film (available for viewing at www.rnc.org) chronicles John Kerry`s...
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August 26, 2004

Missouri`s Gaming Commission Relaxes Casino Carry Rule

The Gaming Commission voted August 25 to relax its rule against allowing guns in casinos in accordance with a state law, but patrons still shouldn`t expect to be able to strap on a...
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August 26, 2004

Brady Blasts Keyes Stand On Gun Control

Disabled gun control activist Jim Brady weighed in Wednesday on Republican U.S. Senate nominee Alan Keyes` declaration that the U.S. Constitution grants private citizens the right to...
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August 26, 2004

Report Says Million Guns Not Registered

More than a million guns remain unregistered in Canada, 18 months after a registration deadline, a document released by the Canada Firearms Centre confirms. The total number of valid...
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August 26, 2004

Democrats Master Art of 527s But GOP Rallies

Liberal-leaning groups have dominated the use of an emerging political tool known as a 527, pouring tens of millions of unregulated dollars into efforts to defeat President Bush, but...
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