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Left-Wing Attack Groups Target CSE
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Left-Wing Attack Groups Target CSE

A left-wing organization masquerading as an "ethics watchdog" announced yesterday that it is filing a complaint against CSE with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). The so-called Center for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), is a small D.C. outfit that, according to their own web site, is ideological in nature and is targeting organizations on "the right."

07/02/2004
Interview with Senator Wallop, Part Five - Conclusion
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Interview with Senator Wallop, Part Five - Conclusion

BY Helen and Peter Evans

Helen: A lot of people seem to be more concerned about what their neighbors think than what's in their own hearts.

07/02/2004
The uprising of the Nader Republicans
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The uprising of the Nader Republicans

BY David Sarasohn

It's been a difficult week for Ralph Nader. It started when the Green Party, whose support Nader accepted to get onto many state ballots in 2000, refused him its nomination for 2004. Nader then denounced his former supporters as "strange." This immediately raises a key question for the 2004 campaign: What can it mean when Ralph Nader calls you "strange"?

07/02/2004
Money Matters
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Money Matters

BY Brit Hume

The latest from the Political Grapevine:

07/02/2004
SAIF foes submit ballot measure signatures
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SAIF foes submit ballot measure signatures

From Bend.com news sources Posted: Friday, July 2, 2004 7:47 PM Reference Code: PR-16547 July 2 - SALEM - Organizers and supporters of the initiative that would protect Oregon businesses and injured workers by abolishing SAIF filed over 130,000 petition signatures with the Secretary of State’s office Friday, far in excess of the 75,630 needed to qualify the measure for the November ballot.

07/02/2004
GOP SUDDENLY NADER'S FRIEND
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GOP SUDDENLY NADER'S FRIEND

Democrats want Ralph Nader to fade away. But Republicans want to do what they can to help get the independent presidential candidate on the ballot in as many states as possible -- and especially in battleground states like Wisconsin. Nader has a similar mindset. After losing the backing of the Green Party in Milwaukee last weekend, Nader is going after anyone who will back him (including the Reform Party, which endorsed Pat Buchanan in 2000.) Starting Aug. 1, Nader has five weeks to collect 2,000 signatures to get on the Wisconsin ballot.

07/02/2004
Effects of Ralph Nader's presidential campaign
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Effects of Ralph Nader's presidential campaign

BY IAN WILLIAMS

NBC News Transcripts SHOW: NBC Nightly News (6:30 PM ET) - NBC July 2, 2004 Friday LENGTH: 391 words HEADLINE: Effects of Ralph Nader's presidential campaign ANCHORS: BRIAN WILLIAMS REPORTERS: ANDREA MITCHELL BODY: BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor:

07/02/2004
Regulation, Taxation and Destruction by Litigation
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Regulation, Taxation and Destruction by Litigation

Download the Full Report Here (.pdf) Introduction The increasing burden imposed by the torts system on corporate and professional America is not, as a matter of substantive tort doctrine, a new phenomenon. We have experienced a steady and continuous expansion of liability for more than 50 years.

07/01/2004
Case Studies in the Financial Resolution of Mass Torts
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Case Studies in the Financial Resolution of Mass Torts

Download the Study (.pdf) Introduction The explosion of mass tort litigation during the eighties and nineties have caused a number of companies to encounter serious financial distress. Asbestos litigation alone has caused at least 20 bankruptcies. Litigation involving medical devices (including the Dalkon Shield IUD, silicone breast implants and temporomandibular joint implants) and pharmaceuticals (DES, fen/phen) have each caused at least one bankruptcy.

07/01/2004
John Kerry’s Bad Ideas: Part 1 in a Long Series
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John Kerry’s Bad Ideas: Part 1 in a Long Series

Among John Kerry’s worst proposals is his plan to reverse the dividend tax cuts for top earners. It is no coincidence that, since May 2003, when President Bush signed pro-growth tax cuts into law, the economy has been growing at an annualized rate of over 5 percent. This is the fastest pace since 1984—the year not coincidentally following big tax cuts signed by then-President Ronald Reagan.

07/01/2004

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