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  • Wartime Dissent Is Part Of Patriotism, Kerry Says

    04/22/2006 3:21:09 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 81 replies · 2,739+ views
    Washington Post ^ | April 23, 2006 | Chris Cillizza
    Thirty-five years after Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kerry (D) appeared before a Senate committee to call for an end to the war in Vietnam, he defended that decision yesterday in a speech in his home town and linked it to his current insistence on an early drawdown of troops from Iraq. Kerry, in remarks delivered in Boston's Faneuil Hall Marketplace, cast dissent in wartime as a patriotic act -- a response to Republican critics who insist that questioning the conduct of the war in Iraq emboldens America's enemies. "I believed then, just as I believe now, that it is profoundly...
  • Sandy Berger Tries to 'Anchor Aweigh' Curt Weldon (Able Danger)

    04/04/2006 8:37:12 AM PDT · by americaprd · 56 replies · 10,210+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | 4/4/06 | Judi McLeod
    Proving that he’s just as adept at stuffing an election candidate’s coffers as he is at stuffing his own socks, Sandy Berger hosted an "almost secret" Washington fund-raiser for a recently retired three-star vice admiral last night. Vice Adm. Joseph Sestak Jr, as the Village People would say, is "In the Navy". And when you want to take an Able Danger Congressman Curt Weldon down, what better way than to send in the Navy? Berger, dubbed "Sandy Burglar" by radio meister Rush Limbaugh, gained notoriety for trying to stuff classified documents into his socks and other attire. The man, who...
  • Sandy Berger Raises Money for Weldon Foe (Able Danger Alert)

    03/28/2006 7:50:08 AM PST · by americaprd · 59 replies · 4,393+ views
    Delaware County Daily Times ^ | 3/27/06 | William Bender
    Several members of President Bill Clinton’s national security team are hosting a Washington fund-raiser tonight for retired Vice Adm. Joseph Sestak Jr., the Democrat running against U.S. Rep. Curt Weldon in November. Officials at Sestak’s campaign headquarters in Media will not comment on the event, though an invitation sent out to potential donors and obtained by the Daily Times lists Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger as a host. "As a general rule, campaigns don’t comment on fund-raisers or people who hold them," said Sestak’s campaign chairman, Myles Duffy. Berger, who served as Clinton’s second-term national security adviser, pleaded guilty last year...
  • Officials: Water in Mass. Possibly Tainted

    03/28/2006 2:58:31 PM PST · by mathprof · 118 replies · 5,005+ views
    New York Times & AP ^ | March 28, 2006
    <p>Residents of two towns were ordered to stop using water from their taps after someone broke into the area's supply facility and left behind a 5-gallon container that had an odor.</p> <p>Officials stressed that there was no evidence the water supply had been contaminated, but they ordered the halt to water use as a precaution while the container and water were being tested.</p>
  • Illinois bill targets phony war heroes

    03/16/2006 6:58:44 AM PST · by Mike Bates · 17 replies · 441+ views
    STLToday.com ^ | 3/15/2006 | Philip Ewing
    SPRINGFIELD, ILL. People who pretend to have earned some of the nation's most prestigious military medals, including the Purple Heart, the Medal of Honor and others, could pay a fine of up to $200 under a bill being considered today by the state Senate. "For one in our society to falsely represent themselves as having received that very, very important recognition, I think is a serious offense not only in law but to our morality," said Rep. Dan Burke, D-Chicago, the bill's sponsor. It makes exceptions for actors, historical re-enactors and costumes at Halloween. The measure, which originally applied only...
  • How the CIA Funds Anti-Bush Propaganda

    09/14/2004 12:10:20 PM PDT · by fuzzy122 · 30 replies · 1,293+ views
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | September 14, 2004 | Bill Gertz
    How the CIA Funds Anti-Bush Propaganda By Bill Gertz The Washington Times | September 14, 2004 The CIA's Counterterrorist Center has spent more than $15 million in the past three years funding studies, reports and conferences produced by former Democratic administration officials and other critics of the Bush administration. The latest effort was a $300,000 grant by the CIA to the Atlantic Council for a study co-authored by Richard A. Clarke, the former counterterrorism official who wrote a best seller accusing the Bush administration of failing in the war on terrorism by invading Iraq.
  • Kerry Plays The Race Card

    01/29/2006 10:41:36 AM PST · by george76 · 52 replies · 2,512+ views
    National Review ^ | 01/27 | Wendy Long
    Democrats — at least those seeking the Democratic nomination for president and those who are desperate for money from extremist Left deep pockets — are trying to "out-Liberal" each other on the Alito nomination, even when it is clear a bipartisan majority of senators intend to make the Judge Alito "Justice Alito" in just a few days. John Kerry, after launching the first international filibuster from the slopes of the Swiss Alps with the help of Ted Kennedy, gave a speech earlier on the Senate floor that rivals Kennedy’s 1987 smear of Judge Bork. Kennedy claimed that in “Judge Bork’s...
  • White House 2008

    01/18/2006 11:20:33 PM PST · by Rick_Michael · 68 replies · 1,351+ views
            White House 2008: General Election Polls listed chronologically.             Zogby America Poll. Dec. 6-8, 2005. N=1,013 likely voters nationwide. MoE ± 3.1. . "If the election for president of the United States were held today and the candidates were Democrat [see below] and Republican [see below], for whom would you vote?" Options rotated. N=1,013 likely voters, MoE ± 3.1 . John McCain (R) Hillary Clinton (D) Other (vol.) Unsure   % % % %   12/6-8/05 52 37 6 5   . Condoleezza Rice (R) Hillary Clinton (D) Other (vol.)...
  • Court TV Extra to Air 'Tire-Slashing Trial'

    01/10/2006 5:31:15 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 6 replies · 589+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 11 January 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    While much of the country will be focused this week on the highly partisan battles expected during the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, five Milwaukee Democratic activists will be fighting their own battle: They are going to trial for allegedly slashing tires outside a Republican Party office during the 2004 presidential election. The sons of a first-term congresswoman and Milwaukee's former acting mayor are among the five charged with slashing the tires of vans rented by Republicans to drive voters and monitors to the polls on Election Day. Sowande Omokunde, son of Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., and...
  • Sen. John Kerry Keeps 2008 Options Open [he came just a whisker away from being president...]

    01/02/2006 5:03:22 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 109 replies · 2,243+ views
    Sen. John Kerry Keeps 2008 Options Open By ANDREW MIGA, Associated Press WriterMon Jan 2, 3:55 AM ET It's almost as if Sen. John Kerry never stopped running for president. He still jets across the country, raising millions of dollars and rallying Democrats. He still stalks the TV news show circuit, scolding President Bush at every turn. His campaign Web site boasts of an online army of 3 million supporters. The Massachusetts Democrat, defeated by Bush in 2004, insists it is far too early to talk about the 2008 race, but some analysts assume he has already positioning himself for...
  • Kerry Seems to Be Positioning Self for 2008 Presidential Bid

    01/02/2006 2:57:47 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 128 replies · 2,806+ views
    FOXNews.com ^ | 3 January 2006
    WASHINGTON — It's almost as if Sen. John Kerry never stopped running for president. He still jets across the country, raising millions of dollars and rallying Democrats. He still stalks the TV news show circuit, scolding President Bush at every turn. His campaign Web site boasts of an online army of 3 million supporters. The Massachusetts Democrat, defeated by Bush in 2004, insists it is far too early to talk about the 2008 race, but some analysts assume he has already positioning himself for another shot at the White House. "Obviously, Kerry has all but said he wants another crack...
  • Polls find preference for GOP (Kerry, Hillary on the skids!!)

    08/04/2005 5:29:06 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 18 replies · 840+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 5 August 2005 | Jennifer Harper
    The 2008 presidential election may be 1,170 days away, but Gallup already has declared that Republican candidates edge out Democrats in hypothetical matchups, while Sen. John Kerry's approval ratings have sunk into lukewarm doldrums. The Massachusetts Democrat has gone from 57 percent favorability a year ago to 42 percent now, according to a poll released yesterday. But it will be more than three long years before the nation votes. Is Gallup premature with its White House numbers? Not in the current political landscape. This is the 21st poll on the 2008 race to be released by such pollsters as John...
  • Kerry Requests Investigation Of DSM. Sends Letter to Senate Intelligence Committee. BARF ALERT

    06/25/2005 7:20:06 AM PDT · by Jenya · 20 replies · 1,004+ views
    Senator John Kerry’s office has released a copy of his letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee requesting an investigation of pre-war Iraq intelligence failures (and the Downing Street Memo) ===== June 22, 2005 The Honorable Pat Roberts, Chairman The Honorable John D. Rockefeller, IV, Vice Chairman United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence SH-211 Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Roberts and Senator Rockefeller: We write concerning your committee's vital examination of pre-war Iraq intelligence failures. In particular, we urge you to accelerate to completion the work of the so-called "Phase II" effort to assess how policy makers used the intelligence...
  • Kerry Says Trickery Foiled Many Voters

    04/10/2005 9:04:37 PM PDT · by neverdem · 119 replies · 3,214+ views
    NY Times ^ | April 11, 2005 | THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
    BOSTON, April 10 (AP) - Many voters in last year's election were denied access to the polls through trickery and intimidation, Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts told a voters' group on Sunday. "Last year, too many people were denied their right to vote; too many who tried to vote were intimidated," Mr. Kerry said at an event sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. He cited examples of trickery. "Leaflets are handed out saying Democrats vote on Wednesday, Republicans vote on Tuesday," Mr. Kerry said. "People are told in telephone calls that if you've ever had a parking...
  • FR Exclusive: Flashback -- Kerry Admits to Boston Globe that he Reenacted Combat Scenes (10/1996)

    08/18/2004 9:15:12 PM PDT · by GAGOPSWEEPTOVICTORY · 53 replies · 2,744+ views
    The Boston Globe Stacks -- 10/6/1996 | 08/19/2004 | Self using excepts from Boston Globe Report by Charles Sennott 10/6/1996
    While running for Senate against Bill Weld in 1996, a lot of the same issues that dog Kerry now were part of the political landscape. To placate some concerns, John Kerry allowed reporter Charles Sennott of the Boston Globe to watch five hours of his homemade video that was taken while he was on the Meekong Delta in Vietnam. The article, which is entited: "The making of the candidates: JOHN FORBES KERRY" was published on page A31 of the Globe on 10/6/1996. In it, Kerry admitted that he had used a video camera while in combat and had reenacted many...
  • Lying Jesuits and Journalists (When a cultural controversy pops up, raging bias is sure to follow)

    03/28/2005 10:48:23 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 30 replies · 965+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 3/29/2005 | George Neumayr
    Former Massachusetts congressman Robert Drinan, a Jesuit priest who supported legalizing abortion when he served in Congress, still uses the authority of his collar to cheerlead for evil causes. On Easter Sunday, he turned up at various television studios to praise the starvation to death of Terri Schiavo. Drinan was apparently Tim Russert's idea of a sturdy Catholic authority on this matter. Even as Drinan praised the killing of a disabled woman he mused nostalgically about passage of the "Americans with Disabilities Act," a glorious piece of legislation, he said. A host not willing to play the stooge to a...
  • Mark Steyn: The strange death of the liberal West

    03/21/2005 1:19:32 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 127 replies · 4,484+ views
    The Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 03/22/05 | Mark Steyn
    I am, as Tony Blair might say, deeply passionately personally deeply personally opposed to abortion. But, unlike him, I think it ought to be an election issue.Not because of my personal beliefs: I happen to believe a lot of what we call "late-term abortion" is in reality early-term infanticide, but, if you don't accept that that's a human life that's being destroyed, my deeply personal passionate beliefs aren't likely to sway you one way or another. That's where so-called progressive politicians such as Blair and John Kerry have it all backwards: the point about abortion is not that it's a...
  • Confrontation with John Kerry (video included-BYO popcorn)

    03/17/2005 5:10:43 AM PST · by bitt · 47 replies · 2,774+ views
    Confrontation with John Kerry A confrontation with Senator John Kerry and a very negative response for our Washington Bureau Chief. Things haven't changed in the five months since Kerry lost the presidential race. This time someone wants to make sure he loses his next run for the senate. Washingon Bureau Chief Don Hammond tracked Kerry down.
  • From Rivals to Running Mates to Rivals (Kerry & Edwards)

    03/16/2005 4:16:51 PM PST · by neverdem · 20 replies · 786+ views
    NY Times ^ | March 16, 2005 | ADAM NAGOURNEY
    WASHINGTON, March 15 - John Kerry and John Edwards, rivals turned running mates in the last presidential campaign, have become rivals once again, assembling competing political networks, jostling for attention and staking out ideological turf in preparation for a potential rematch in 2008. Mr. Kerry, the Massachusetts senator and Democratic presidential candidate last year, spent this past weekend on what aides described as a "thank you" tour through Florida, visiting some of the same cities that Mr. Edwards, the former North Carolina senator and vice-presidential candidate, did on his own "thank you" tour of Florida two weeks ago. Mr. Kerry...
  • Reid and Kerry, With Swords Drawn

    03/06/2005 11:46:03 AM PST · by neverdem · 26 replies · 1,665+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | March 6, 2005 | Dan Balz and Mike Allen
    Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan isn't the only one in town to get himself crosswise with Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.). Ask Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.). Reid and Kerry crossed swords two weeks ago at a closed-door meeting of the Senate Democratic Steering and Coordination Committee with a group of labor leaders, and while accounts vary, there's little doubt that things got tense between the new Senate Democratic leader and the party's 2004 presidential nominee. Kerry was unhappy with the posture of the Democrats and told Reid that they needed to be far more aggressive in fighting...