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September 10, 2004

Whitewashing The Kerry Record

In addition to the $233 million John Kerry raised before the Democratic convention, the $75 million in taxpayer funds he received afterward and the $200 million or more that will be...
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September 10, 2004

`60 Minutes` Documents On Bush May Be Fake

Documents unearthed by CBS News that raise doubts about whether President Bush fulfilled his obligations to the Texas Air National Guard include several features suggesting that they...
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September 10, 2004

Elyria Winged By Its Wild Shot At Keeping Guns Out Of City Parks

The decision by Elyria City Council to specifically ban concealed handguns from the city`s parks carries no penalties. That makes it unenforceable, and Police Chief Mike Medders says...
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September 9, 2004

NRA Radio Ads

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September 9, 2004

Gun Rights Could Play A Significant Role In Battleground States

Large populations of hunters and gun owners in Ohio and other battleground states could provide critical support in the close presidential election, the National Rifle Association`s...
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September 9, 2004

Bush Gains In 2 Key States With Clear Leads In Missouri And Ohio

President Bush holds clear leads over Sen. John Kerry in the battlegrounds of Missouri and Ohio -- states the president probably needs to hold to win re-election -- according to USA...
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September 9, 2004

The New York Times Wants Our Servicemen Overseas Disenfranchised

In its August 31 editorial, "The Pentagon`s Troubling Role," the Times accuses the Pentagon of preparing to operate a system "...in which employees who answer to the secretary of defense...
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September 9, 2004

NRA Ads Focus on Kerry`s Anti-Gun Rights Record

The National Rifle Association mocks John Kerry`s attempts to portray himself as friendly to hunting and other gun sports, putting the Democrat in its sights with a television ad buy...
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September 9, 2004

Clinton Gun Ban Set To Expire

The Clinton gun ban, passed 10 years ago to prohibit the sale of some firearms, will end next week, and Congress will not move to extend it. "It will expire Monday, and that`s that,"...
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September 8, 2004

Who Controls The Past?

Who controls the past, George Orwell wrote in "1984," controls the future, and who controls the present controls the past. But a 72-year-old great-grandfather like Zell Miller, whose...
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September 8, 2004

Liberals Scramble to Extend Clinton Gun Ban

The National Rifle Association argues that the question, "Who needs an assault weapon?" is an illegitimate question because "in a free society, the burden of proof is not upon those...
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September 8, 2004

Let The Gun Lie Die

"The embarrassing dirty secret is that no government agency dares claim that the ban has produced any reduction in crime. More embarrassingly, no agency predicts benefits from renewing...
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September 8, 2004

Electoral College Mischief

Since the 2000 election dispute, serious people have sounded the same theme, including Sen. Hillary Clinton, who after Al Gore`s defeat called for direct popular election of the President....
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September 8, 2004

Banning Hunting With Dogs Won`t Save One Fox

"Forget schools, health and international terrorism. MPs want to ban hunting with dogs because this is what the pro-ban lobby claims Great Britain demands. In fact, my own Lib Dem party...
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September 7, 2004

Kerry Cosponsored Bill Banning Gun He Waves

Dem presidential hopeful John Kerry seen this weekend waving a gun which would have been banned if legislation he co-sponsored became law. Kerry co-sponsored S. 1431 last year (“The...
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September 7, 2004

Bush Takes Attacks On Kerry To Missouri

President Bush, landing at a Labor Day picnic with a duo of Marine Corps helicopters in a small town that has overwhelmingly supported him, challenged Democrat John Kerry`s shifting...
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September 7, 2004

Time To Start Teaching Gun Safety In Schools

As the rest of Minnesota`s kids head back to school, they`ll participate in a wide-ranging curriculum that will readily teach them how to swim, how to drive, how to safely handle potent...
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September 7, 2004

Early Bird Special

For hunters, months of anticipation mercifully ended Wednesday - a date, Sept. 1, that thousands await all year with goofy eagerness. Dove season, which lasts through Sept. 15 and then...
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September 7, 2004

The Kerry Crackup

"In a week dedicated to Republican speechifying about why John Kerry should not be the next president of the United States, the most persuasive words came from a Democrat. And I don`t...
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September 3, 2004

Anti Hunting Organization Endorses John Kerry for President

Humane U.S.A.,which is adamantly opposed to all hunting, recently endorsed "hunter" John Kerry for President, calling him "a strong advocate and supporter of pro-animal legislation".Read...
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September 3, 2004

Banning Guns In The U.K. Has Backfired

Worried that even showing a starting pistol in a car ad might encourage gun crime in Britain, the British communications regulator has banned a Ford Motor Co. television spot because...
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September 3, 2004

Follow the Leader

Islamist terrorists in Beslan, Russia, are currently holding hundreds of children hostage, threatening to execute them. No one knows how this horrible situation will end; but we do...
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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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