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Lieberman: Battle 'Islamic terrorists'
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Lieberman: Battle 'Islamic terrorists'

BY Don Michak

BOSTON -- Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, in what he said was a preview of his scheduled Thursday speech before the Democratic National Convention, told a group of Jewish Democrats honoring him here Monday that it was time to do ideological battle with "Islamic terrorists." In remarks to about 200 people at a luncheon sponsored by the National Jewish Democratic Council, which calls itself the national voice of Jewish Democrats, Lieberman said those who want to crush terrorism must understand that "differing visions of what God is" are at the root of the problem.

07/27/2004
Washington Celebrates Historic Passage of Agoa 3
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Washington Celebrates Historic Passage of Agoa 3

July 27, 2004 Posted to the web July 27, 2004 Washington, DC Leaders from the US Congress, the administration, NGO's, the faith community, the African diplomatic corps and the private sector gathered today to celebrate passage of the African Growth and Opportunity Acceleration Act of 2004 (AGOA 3).

07/27/2004
The Committee on the Present Confusion
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The Committee on the Present Confusion

BY PATRICK J. BUCHANAN

www.creators.com With full-page ads in The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Washington Times trumpeting its slide down the spillways, The Committee on the Present Danger has been relaunched. The 1970s committee of Republican hawks and neoconservatives denounced detente and called for clarity, courage and perseverance in the Cold War against a Soviet empire that had overrun Southeast Asia and was on the march in Africa and close to strategic superiority.

07/26/2004
Black Conservative Tops North Carolina Primary
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Black Conservative Tops North Carolina Primary

BY John Gizzi

Vernon Robinson, a black conservative graduate of the Air Force Academy who serves as a Winston-Salem alderman, was top vote-getter in the first round of the Republican primary in North Carolina's 5th Congressional District. Robinson, who pulled 24%, now faces an August 17 runoff with State Sen. Virginia Foxx, who pulled 21%. Robinson was the most conservative candidate in the field.

07/26/2004
Playing politics
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Playing politics

BY Jeff Darlington

He talks like an athlete, thirsts for competition and handles the spotlight with the same poised coolness that helped him quarterback through 13 seasons of professional football. Striving at 69, Jack Kemp has yet to lose his edge. "Some things change," he said, celebrating a birthday earlier his month by attending business meetings in San Francisco. "But certainly, not everything -- not what's important."

07/25/2004
Fla. Poll: Only Martinez Can Beat Democrat
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Fla. Poll: Only Martinez Can Beat Democrat

BY Carl Limbacher

A new Florida poll shows that only Republican candidate Mel Martinez could beat the likely Democratic candidate in the hotly contested Senate race. The latest Mason-Dixon poll out this weekend found that if the election were held today, Martinez would pull 39 percent of the vote and match Betty Castor’s 39 percent. Castor is likely to win the Democratic primary. But the same poll found that Castor would trounce Republican Bill McCollum, beating the former congressman 44 percent to 39 percent.

07/25/2004
Detergent for political dirty tricks
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Detergent for political dirty tricks

BY Editorial

Competition, economists say, eventually brings the greatest benefits to consumers. Republican and Democratic functionaries, though, don't want free-market rivalries extended to politics, even if voters end up with a greater range of choices and representation. Judging by the battles independent candidate Ralph Nader and the Libertarian and Green parties are fighting to get on the presidential ballot in various states, the major political parties want no more than two competitors on their playing fields -- unless an exception improves their chances of victory.

07/24/2004
Nader campaign again fails to get candidate on ballot
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Nader campaign again fails to get candidate on ballot

BY JEFF MAPES

With a bitter blast at the Democratic Party, Ralph Nader's organizers in Oregon acknowledged Thursday that their recent convention failed to attract enough supporters to put their candidate on the state presidential ballot. Instead, Portland attorney Greg Kafoury said, the Nader campaign has now hired paid canvassers to conduct a petition drive that has about a month to collect 15,306 signatures from registered voters.

07/23/2004
Tax foes prepare to bite back
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Tax foes prepare to bite back

BY TODD MURPHY

When Multnomah County voters approved a temporary county income tax last May, tax opponents waged almost no organized campaign to fight it. It will be different this time, said anti-tax activists, some of whom circulated a petition that will put a proposed repeal of the tax on the county ballot in November. Anti-tax activist Don McIntire’s political action committee filed a report with the Multnomah County Elections Office on Wednesday showing it had raised about $25,000 to begin its campaign against the tax.

07/23/2004
Dustin Beilke: Republicans lose and win
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Dustin Beilke: Republicans lose and win

BY Dustin Beilke

As someone who is decidedly not a Republican, I find it hard to watch the Mary Panzer-Glenn Grothman showdown in West Bend without some measure of glee. Those good feelings pass, however, as soon as my head clears and I put the contest in context. Republican Panzer is the majority leader in the Wisconsin state Senate, and Grothman is a Republican Assembly representative from her 20th Senate District who filed papers last week to challenge her in a primary this September. Grothman says Panzer is a liberal.

07/23/2004

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