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  • Conservative group targets Bush over immigration

    10/03/2004 9:47:51 PM PDT · by JackelopeBreeder · 228 replies · 2,426+ views
    North County Times ^ | 2 October 2004 | William Finn Bennett
    Fed up with what they say is the Bush administration's failure to address a growing illegal immigration problem, a small group of conservatives has launched a series of radio ads seeking to convince voters to oust President Bush from office. Last week, a group called Friends of the Border Patrol began a series of ads on KABC-AM in Los Angeles blasting Bush for "playing politics with national security." The group plans on running the same ads in Arizona starting this week, before the Oct. 13 presidential debate in Phoenix, and in the following weeks in Nevada and New Mexico, a...
  • Kerry Dismisses Critics of Time That He Took Off Campaigning

    04/06/2004 6:53:26 AM PDT · by EllaMinnow · 76 replies · 196+ views
    The New York Times ^ | April 6, 2004 | KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
    Responding to concerns in his own party that he may have taken too long off the campaign trail, Senator John Kerry said Monday that he had plenty of time to define himself for voters despite millions of dollars worth of what he termed "the equivalent of nuclear attacks" on television by the Bush campaign that have cast him as a tax-and-spend liberal. "I'll put out a positive message, define myself to people — there's plenty of time here," Mr. Kerry, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, told reporters for regional newspapers in wide-ranging discussions here on Monday, his first day...
  • CSPI Lied On Acrylamide

    07/11/2003 7:45:53 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 14 replies · 176+ views
    ConsumerFreedom.com ^ | July 10, 2003 | Anon.
    Tomorrow the misnamed Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) will hold an "Integrity in Science" conference where attendees will "learn how corporate dollars are used to buy scientists." CSPI's implicit assumption is that any scientific research -- whether on clean energy, food technology, or life-saving pharmaceuticals -- is inherently suspect if any of its support comes from corporate sources. Rather than judge the scientists, CSPI would judge their grantmakers. And of course any criticism of CSPI's brand of "scientific" research coming from corporate-funded sources is inherently flawed. CSPI itself refuses corporate support, so its scientific research should be...