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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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August 25, 2004

Good Guns or Bad?

Just looking at the two rifles in David Conway`s hands, it might seem easy to pick out the assault weapon banned by federal law for manufacture and sale in the United States. It`s not.Read...
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August 25, 2004

Outside Groups Free To Finance Ads

President Bush says that he thought a new campaign-finance law governing this year`s elections should have put an end to attack ads paid for by wealthy partisans. “I thought we were...
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August 25, 2004

Thousands Begin to Cast Early Votes

If it weren`t for the ease of a free shuttle bus and an early voting polling place with flexible hours just a few hundred yards from his work, Nevadan Cory Scott said he probably would...
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August 25, 2004

Local Legislators Debate "Assault Weapons " Issue

Local candidates and gun owners in Indiana have different views on the federal "assault weapons" ban. State Rep. Candidate Jeff Crites, R—Lafayette, said he is against having a ban.Read...
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August 24, 2004

Soft Money, Hard Sell

So far, John Kerry has been the direct beneficiary of an estimated $60 million worth of "independent" TV ads, many of which viciously attack President Bush. Ostensibly independent—though...
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August 24, 2004

He`s The Billionaire Primed To Fight Bush

George Soros has spent millions to encourage campaign finance reform to curb the influence of big money. Now he is throwing his wealth through a gaping loophole in the very law he helped...
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August 24, 2004

Vietnam Boomerang

A good rule in politics is that anyone who picks a fight ought to be prepared to finish it. But having first questioned Mr. Bush`s war service, and then made Vietnam the core of his...
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August 24, 2004

Colorado Dreamin`

The Colorado Electoral College Reform Initiative could put the outcome of one state`s presidential vote in doubt--and, yes, could require the courts to decide, as they did four years...
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August 24, 2004

No Play On Senate Record

There is something surreal about the way in which the Vietnam War has become a central preoccupation of a presidential campaign being waged 30 years after it was lost. The reason it...
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August 24, 2004

The Jig Is Up For Kerry

A group called the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth is running an anti-Kerry commercial in battleground states. But Kerry and the Democratic National Committee are pulling out all the...
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August 23, 2004

Minnesota Judge Won`t Set Aside Right-To-Carry Ruling

The Ramsey County District judge who declared Minnesota`s "conceal and carry" law as unconstitutional has rejected a request to leave the law in place while his ruling is appealed.Read...
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August 23, 2004

Colorado`s Crucial Vote

November`s most portentous vote is not for president. It is Colorado`s vote on abandoning, beginning this year, the winner-take-all allocation of the state`s electoral votes. Instead,...
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August 23, 2004

Anger Over Gun License Laws Sparks Protest

Prospective black firearm owners, who claim they have been wrongly targeted by the new gun laws, took to the streets of Pretoria over the weekend in protest.Read Original at: Independent...
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August 20, 2004

Kerry Reshapes Agenda For Gun-Control Lobby

The Brady Campaign`s Ramsey didn`t dispute Kerry`s voting record. After all, Kerry has consistently received a 100 percent rating from the group. Kerry also took time out of his campaign...
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August 20, 2004

Democrat Reprises `92 Role, But This Time At GOP Bash

In 1992, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton wanted to present himself as a different kind of Democrat, so he tapped Zell Miller, Georgia`s conservative Democratic governor at the time, as keynote...
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August 20, 2004

Electoral Drain In Colorado?

Still stung by George Bush`s victory over Al Gore in the Electoral College four years ago, Colorado Democrats have found a way to give John Kerry at least four electoral votes even...
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August 20, 2004

Disenfranchised Defenders

On November 19, 2000, we discovered that the same Democrats who so often and so loudly protest any real or imagined threat to a minority`s right to vote had desperately worked to disenfranchise...
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August 19, 2004

Extreme Supreme

It is a political reality nowadays that the courts, and in particular the U.S. Supreme Court, trump the democratic process. The member of the Court most likely to retire is Chief Justice...
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