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June 30, 2004

San Francisco Rolls Out Red Carpet For Clintons

Frisco was Clinton country on June 28, with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton headlining a Democratic fund-raiser on behalf of Sen. Barbara Boxer. Clinton told the crowd to expect to lose...
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June 30, 2004

Miller Loves N.Y., Not Kerry

Who would Democrats rather have at their convention? Sen. Zell Miller (D-Ga.) or former Chrysler chairman Lee Iacocca? You can bet it`s Miller, who would attract many more conservative...
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June 30, 2004

Feinstein Vows Political Battle To Extend Clinton Gun Ban

At a news conference held June 29, California Senator Dianne Feinstein announced her intention to make the renewal of the Clinton gun ban an issue in this year`s election.Read Original...
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June 30, 2004

Blame Canada

Gun control has failed in Canada and everywhere else governments have tried to impose it. Canadians have reasonable concerns about crime, but their next government`s likely gun-control...
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June 30, 2004

Trends In Campaign Funding

The wild card this year will be the 527 groups, so named because of the IRS section governing them. These groups receive the soft-money contributions that McCain-Feingold prohibited...
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June 30, 2004

Registered Gun Owners In South Africa Bite Bullet

The government is going ahead with stringent new gun laws which go into effect July 1, because it believes registered owners are partly responsible for the reported loss of nearly 8,000...
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June 30, 2004

Bush Camp Hits Back At Kerry With A Quip

The Bush re-election campaign is ridiculing what it calls "John Kerry`s coalition of the wild-eyed," which includes filmmaker Michael Moore and former Vice President Al Gore. The campaign...
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June 30, 2004

New Haven Wal-Mart Won`t Sell Guns

A new Wal-Mart store in New Haven, Conn., has bowed to a request of the community to not sell firearms. After the store applied for a license to sell guns, the mayor and the police...
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June 30, 2004

Domestic Hell At U.N. Headquarters

"Let freedom reign," wrote President Bush as Iraq regained sovereignty. "Today, the secretary-general welcomes the state of Iraq back into the family of independent and sovereign nations,"...
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June 30, 2004

The Left`s Masterwork

The preview really got my attention. The New York Times called the documentary "entertaining, moving and historically significant." Details dubbed it "an instant and incendiary classic,"...
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June 30, 2004

Latinos Fall To Footnote

The Census Bureau has announced that the U.S. Latino population was growing four times faster than the nation at large. In May, the National Ass`n of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials...
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June 29, 2004

National Review Founder To Leave Stage

In 1954, when Ronald Reagan was still a registered Democrat and host of "General Electric Theater," the 28-year-old William F. Buckley, Jr. decided to start a magazine as a standard-bearer...
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June 29, 2004

Add Gun Control To Litany Of Misbegotten Gov`t Plans

The gun-control movement is in trouble internationally. From Britain to Australia to Canada, promises of lower crime rates from gun control have turned into historic increases in crime.Read...
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June 29, 2004

Michael Moore, MoveOn, And Fahrenheit 9/11

The left-wing activist group MoveOn.org, which launched a campaign to encourage members to see Michael Moore`s Fahrenheit 9/11 during its premiere weekend, is now taking partial credit...
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June 28, 2004

The Media Joins The BIG LIE Game

The media and the Democrats have been using one Big Lie after another to attack Bush. The New York Times` White House reporter wrote that Bush claimed the threat from Iraq was imminent....
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June 28, 2004

One Man, Two Registrations

Prior to last week`s Washington, D.C. premiere of "Fahrenheit 9/11," Michael Moore denied that the new documentary represents his de facto endorsement of John Kerry. "I am an Independent,"...
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June 28, 2004

Washington Post Releases Clinton book Review Early

Like The New York Times, The Washington Post has decided to post its upcoming review of Bill Clinton`s memoir, My Life, on its web site well in advance of publication. The review by...
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June 28, 2004

Wealthy Donors Help Liberal 527 Groups Amass Huge Money Advantage

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks 527 data, liberal organizations have amassed nearly $80 million in donations compared to a mere $8 million for their conservative...
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June 28, 2004

Candidates Take Aim At Sportsmen`s Vote

In the next few weeks, the Bush and Kerry camps will be rolling out their campaigns to win over what is often called the "hook and bullet" crowd.Read Original at: The Washington Post--registration...
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June 28, 2004

BadACTors

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June 28, 2004

Army Told Not to Use Israeli Bullets In Iraq

Israeli-made bullets bought by the U.S. Army to plug a shortfall should be used for training only, not to fight Muslim guerrillas in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. lawmakers told Army generals...
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June 25, 2004

Liberal Group Defends Sending Ex-Cons Door to Door

America Coming Together (ACT) hired convicted felons to conduct door-to-door voter registration drives in the so-called "battleground" states, where the November presidential election...
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June 25, 2004

N.C. Bill eases gun buying

Purchasing a handgun in North Carolina would get easier under a bill passed by the state Senate on Thursday. The measure -- a version of which passed the House in April 2003 -- would...
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June 25, 2004

Meet the Flint Stone: Shots Fired At Bush From Gassy Troll

The Man from Hope and the Man from Flint are running parallel propaganda campaigns this week. That would be former President Bill Clinton, of Hope, Ark., flacking for his memoir, "My...
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June 25, 2004

Michael And Them: Moore Foes Hold Fest

Just as his "Fahrenheit 9/11" opens nationwide, several filmmakers are readying documentaries aimed at debunking Michael Moore, and a new film festival is being planned that will feature...
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June 24, 2004

Frequent-Flying Senator Pays After a Challenge by a Rival

Howard Mills does not have much money, or support, or, for that matter, basic name recognition in his bid to unseat United States Senator Charles E. Schumer. But Mr. Mills did manage...
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June 24, 2004

Docs Gun For A Ban

The 1994 Clinton Gun Ban is set to expire in September, and even some of its biggest supporters now agree that the law failed to cut crime. Still, gun-control foot soldiers in organized...
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June 24, 2004

House Passes National Concealed Carry for Cops

The House of Representatives today overwhelmingly passed H.R. 218, legislation that would allow qualified off-duty and retired law enforcement officers to carry their firearms concealed...
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June 24, 2004

More Lott, Less Moore

"Last semester, one of my students told me that he was down on America. He didn’t keep me guessing as to the reason for his shame and depression. He immediately disclosed that he had...
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June 24, 2004

Sisters Share Dad`s Hunting Bug

Heather and Chelsea, ages 15 and 14, respectively, have been hunting at Quantico with their father, Lee Davison, for the last three years. Before they began toting their own shotguns,...
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June 23, 2004

Just Like Stalingrad

According to onetime Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal, President Bush today runs "what is in effect a gulag." Al Gore accuses Mr. Bush of creating "more anger and righteous indignation...
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June 23, 2004

Ban Limiting Gun Records Upsetting Some

Nearly a quarter of a million electronic records deep inside the Jacksonville Sheriff`s Office are about to become a casualty of a new state law, and Sheriff John Rutherford is none...
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June 23, 2004

Sen. Lott, Other Senators Set To Probe ‘Cumbersome’ FEC

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Trent Lott (R-Miss.), concerned by what many lawmakers consider the slow pace of enforcement at the Federal Election Commission, will hold the first...
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June 22, 2004

Unfairenheit 9/11: The Lies Of Michael Moore

With Michael Moore`s Fahrenheit 9/11, an entirely new note has been struck. To describe this film as dishonest and demagogic would almost be to promote those terms to the level of respectability.Read...
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June 22, 2004

Kerry Commits

Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry`s quest for accountability seems like a vampire`s search for a sunny day—not truly desired. He always has sponsored policies that subordinate our nation`s...
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