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Former State GOP Leader Charged In Phone Bank Conspiracy
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Former State GOP Leader Charged In Phone Bank Conspiracy

CONCORD, N.H. -- The former executive director of the state Republican Party has been charged with conspiring to jam six Democratic phone banks on Election Day 2002. Chuck McGee faces federal charges that he hired the Alexandria, Va., firm GOP Marketplace to make repeated hang-up calls to the phone banks on Nov. 5, 2002, The Union Leader reported Saturday. He is also accused of providing GOP Marketplace with the phone numbers to jam. McGee declined to comment on the charges Friday. He is scheduled to enter a plea in U.S. District Court on July 28.

07/10/2004
Naderites of Convenience
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Naderites of Convenience

BY William Schneider

Conservatives for Nader? Who ever heard of such a thing? And here's something many would consider equally unlikely: dirty tricks in Oregon. It's easy to make the case that Ralph Nader was responsible for electing George W. Bush in 2000. Bush's winning margin in two states—Florida and New Hampshire—was much smaller than the Nader vote there. Democrats are worried that Nader will do it again.

07/10/2004
Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services
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Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services

July 9, 2004 Dear Congressman, Competitive sourcing is vital to limiting the size of government. It allows the private sector to offer more cost-effective alternatives for those commercial jobs performed by bureaucrats. Just like in the real world, the highest-value service receives the contract. Regardless of whether the government continues to perform the service or a private company takes over, cost savings are achieved in the process and taxpayers can breathe a little easier.

07/09/2004
Seizing the Social Security Issue
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Seizing the Social Security Issue

©2004 Copley News Service, 7/9/2004 The economy is the strongest it has been in a long time. Factories are busier, families are earning more, homeownership continues to rise, and people are finding work. If you doubt that President Bush's tax and economic policies are working, look at the jobs figures. Nearly 1 million new jobs have been created during the last 100 days alone. Since the beginning of the year, more than 237,000 new jobs a month have come into existence. Can we do better? Certainly we can, and indeed we must.

07/09/2004
Running against the tide
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Running against the tide

BY Anayat Durrani

Ralph Nader is back again. In his fourth campaign, he is running as an independent candidate for the United States presidency. At 70, Nader is more determined than ever. Hoping to provide American voters with more choices, Nader is running to challenge what he describes as the "two-party duopoly" of the Democrat and Republican parties which he has criticised for becoming increasingly similar in their political platforms. He believes his bid will attract Americans who might not otherwise come out to vote this November.

07/09/2004
Nader supporters ponder their options
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Nader supporters ponder their options

BY Michael Khoo

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader, shown here during a July 4 appearance on NBC's Meet the Press. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

07/09/2004
FCC Spectrum Giveaway Should be Overruled
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FCC Spectrum Giveaway Should be Overruled

Citizens for a Sound Economy, whose 360,000 members advocate lower taxes, less government, and more freedom, is disappointed with the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) recent decision to bypass the spectrum auction process and provide an individual company with a windfall allocation of spectrum worth $5 billion. The FCC has sidestepped both the spectrum policies enacted by Congress as well as the appropriations process, raising questions about not only governance and accountability, but also the legality of the decision.

07/08/2004
FCC Spectrum Giveaway Should be Overruled
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FCC Spectrum Giveaway Should be Overruled

Citizens for a Sound Economy, whose 360,000 members advocate lower taxes, less government, and more freedom, is disappointed with the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) recent decision to bypass the spectrum auction process and provide an individual company with a windfall allocation of spectrum worth $5 billion. The FCC has sidestepped both the spectrum policies enacted by Congress as well as the appropriations process, raising questions about not only governance and accountability, but also the legality of the decision.

07/08/2004
Republican commissioner candidates respond to questions
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Republican commissioner candidates respond to questions

BY Leah Justice

The seven Republican candidates for the Polk County Board of Commissioners answered four questions at a public forum last Thursday. The forum was sponsored by the Tryon Daily Bulletin and the Polk County News Journal and moderated by Janet Wooley of the Polk County Chamber of Commerce. Candidates George Comparetto, Harry Denton (incumbent), Karl Kachadoorian, Bill McKaig (incumbent), Ted Owens and Tom Pack attended the forum. Republican candidate Jerry Halford did not attend.

07/08/2004
CSE Raleigh Report: July 7, 2004
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CSE Raleigh Report: July 7, 2004

As the short session winds down at the General Assembly, many items of interest to North Carolina CSE are being debated and voted on.

07/07/2004

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