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Treasury secretary becomes latest U.S. dignitary to tour HOF
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Treasury secretary becomes latest U.S. dignitary to tour HOF

BY JAN H. KENNEDY

CANTON — Three days before the enshrinement ceremonies, Dave Motts expected a hectic day at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He underestimated. An hour after he arrived at work Thursday, Motts, the hall’s vice president of marketing and operations, was escorting U.S. Secretary of the Treasury John Snow on an impromptu tour through the hallowed halls of pro football lore.

08/06/2004
Falling Flat
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Falling Flat

BY Stephen Spruiell

Matt Drudge got conservatives' hopes up for nothing Monday when he ran a story that Speaker of the House Denny Hastert planned to "push for replacing the nation's current tax system with a national sales tax or a value added tax." Unfortunately, Drudge based his story mostly on comments from the speaker's upcoming book, Speaker, rather than real indicators that fundamental tax reform is on the way.

08/06/2004
Image Ads Won't Block Legal Glare
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Image Ads Won't Block Legal Glare

The Charleston Daily Mail, August 5, 2004, Thursday A $ 3 million proposal for a national marketing campaign to promote West Virginia as a business destination has not come without its share of controversy. Some say it's a foolhardy venture, while others think $ 3 million is only a drop in the bucket. Others, such as Sean McBride, vice president of communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform, say the campaign is premature.

08/05/2004
Democrats Declare Class War
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Democrats Declare Class War

I was glad to hear Sen. John Kerry quote Abraham Lincoln as he accepted the Democratic nomination, but he did not read Lincoln far enough. Lincoln famously said, "I don't believe in a law to prevent a man from getting rich; it would do more harm than good." He continued, "When one starts poor, as most do in the race of life, free society is such that he knows he can better his condition; he knows there is no fixed condition of labor for his whole life." This is what Lincoln called the True American System. The rhetoric reverberating from the halls of the FleetCenter, however, was far less optimistic, far less edifying and certainly not consistent with the dynamic American system envisioned by Lincoln.

08/05/2004
Over 50 Activists Attend Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting
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Over 50 Activists Attend Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting

Over fifty FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) members gathered in Bakersvile on August 3, 2004, for the regular Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting. Great work guys!

08/05/2004
Over 50 Activists Attend Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting
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Over 50 Activists Attend Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting

Over fifty FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) members gathered in Bakersvile on August 3, 2004, for the regular Mitchell Co. FreedomWorks/CSE Meeting. Great work guys!

08/05/2004
It's a man's world
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It's a man's world

BY Lexington

LET'S call it the testosterone election. John Kerry never misses a chance to surround himself with he-man veterans. George Bush looks happiest when addressing crowds of pumped-up soldiers. Mr Bush likes to spend his free time clearing brush on his Texas ranch, dressed in a sweaty T-shirt and a cowboy hat. Mr Kerry likes to spend his riding Harleys or slaughtering wildlife. Both potential leaders of the western world seem to be remarkably proud of falling off their mountain bikes.

08/05/2004
Campaign is a conservative litmus test
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Campaign is a conservative litmus test

BY AMY GARDNER, ROB CHRISTENSEN AND DAN KANE

Vernon Robinson of Winston-Salem, one of two Republicans in a runoff for the 5th Congressional District seat, is prompting an ideological debate among national conservatives. Robinson would be the first black Republican to represent a former Confederate state in Congress since Reconstruction. His anti-immigration positions have won him support among conservative Republicans but derision among Democrats, particularly minorities.

08/04/2004
Award-Winning Physician Faces Insurance Problems
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Award-Winning Physician Faces Insurance Problems

From the Charleston Daily Mail, August 3, 2004, Tuesday Dr. James Blume was the first West Virginian and the first osteopathic physician in the United States to win the National Country Doctor of the Year award, in 2002. Gov. Bob Wise has named the rural Summers County physician a Distinguished West Virginian. And, board certified in family medicine, Blume last year received the Off-Campus Teaching Award from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.

08/03/2004
High-profile faces support Glenn's run
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High-profile faces support Glenn's run

BY CHUCK WILLIAMS

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. - It was an old-school mixture of Douglas County politics and religion -- ham and cheese sandwiches, potato chips and big, ol' cookies served in the fellowship hall of a United Methodist church. About 60 men gathered for lunch in that room to break bread and pray for one another, their families and friends.

08/03/2004

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