Monthly Archives: July 2007

Is the public’s view of the Iraq War out of synch?

The majority of the public and many candidates for President are demanding that the U.S. pull out of Iraq ASAP. Troops are dying for a war based on lies.  What about the war on Jihadists can really use dispassionate informed … Continue reading

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What happened to Presidential “Favorite Sons”?

There was a time when there was such a thing as "favorite son" candidates. They were politicians who had no chance of winning nation wide but did have a reasonable chance of capturing the convention votes of their own states.  … Continue reading

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Hill Panel Initiates Contempt Charges Against Miers

The July 13, 2007, edition of the Washington Post reported, "A court battle over President Bush’s broad but largely untested claims of executive privilege grew more likely yesterday when a House panel took the first step toward bringing contempt charges … Continue reading

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