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Capitol Hill Blue Retracts Controversial Negative Ron Paul Piece
The Moderate Voice
by Joe Gandelman
July 8, 2007
Weblogs and weblog-like news sites don't always function like newspapers where an all-knowing editor scrutinizes each golden word.
Yesterday we ran a post on GOPer Ron Paul having more cash on hand than Arizona Senator John McCain - who you may see one day soon standing on a street corner asking: "Do you have any change?"
Ron Paul's Supporters Save Campaign Millions in Online Advertising
by David Terr
Ron Paul has a large number of online volunteers that spread his message online. And that is worth millions of dollars for his campaign.
The latest news has just come out indicating that Ron Paul may have more money in the bank than John McCain. Many of the candidates hire online bloggers to post comments, to help their campaign spread the message. Ron Paul does not need to hire any because he has plenty of online supporters doing this for him.
The pretense of preschool proposals
World Net Daily
May 30, 2007
Last week, U.S. Sen. and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton unveiled a new proposal to fund state pre-kindergarten programs for all 4-year-old children in America.
However, pre-kindergarten programs have been around for many years, and such grandiose claims have been refuted by several studies on the effectiveness of such programs. The truth is government-run pre-kindergarten programs are another huge burden on taxpayers, and, in fact, they are detrimental to children and our country.
Top vote-machine maker also tops complaint list
St. Petersburg Times
by Anita Kumar
May 27, 2007
In Waldenburg, Ark., population 80, one mayoral candidate garnered zero votes -- a number he knew was incorrect because he had cast a ballot for himself.
In Westmoreland County, Pa., some machines shut down prematurely and had to be restarted manually after every vote, forcing poll workers to switch to paper ballots in some precincts.
New biography: Hillary nixed divorce idea
The Seattle Times (WA)
by Helen Kennedy
Bill Clinton wanted to leave Hillary in 1989 but she worried about being a single mom and wouldn't give him a divorce, according to a new biography.
She feared that she -- not her husband -- was in danger of being charged with perjury by independent counsel Kenneth Starr for her statements about missing law-firm records in the Whitewater case.
3rd CIA Officer Confirms Ron Paul On Roots of Terrorism
Anti War Blog
May 25, 2007
For the third time this week, a retired CIA officer has told Antiwar Radio that U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East is the driving force in al Qaeda's recruitment and motivation for attacking America on September 11th.
"I'm really edified by Ron Paul stepping up and stating what he believes to be the case. If you believe that they hate us for our democracy or for our freedoms, well I've got a bridge in Brooklyn that I'd really like to sell you at a cut rate. They hate us for our policies and that's what Ron Paul was saying."
Clinton Wants Universal Preschool Program
KOCO Oklahoma City (FL)
May 21, 2007
MIAMI BEACH -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is proposing a $10 billion federal program aimed at providing voluntary pre-kindergarten for all 4-year-old children in America.
She said quality pre-kindergarten programs will more than pay for themselves because children will be less likely to enter special education programs, drop out of school or enter the welfare system.
The Decoy Effect, or How to Win an Election
The Washington Post
by Shankar Vedantam
April 2, 2007
If Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama ever took a break from fundraising to bone up on psychology, they might realize the need to talk up . . . John Edwards.
The same goes for front-runners John McCain and Rudy Giuliani in the race for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination. They ought to be drawing attention to Mitt Romney, or to "Law and Order" star Fred Thompson, who could be running third in the race if he declared.
The Real Cost Of Abolishing Estate Tax
ABC News 7
by Mark Matthews
March 2, 2007
The President is trying once again to eliminate the estate tax and his critics have come up with some extreme comparisons on who it will impact.
Senator Bernie Sanders has compiled a list of what he calls the winners and losers. The family that owns the Nordstrom department stores? Sanders figures they'd get to save $826 million dollars if the tax is repealed.
Jobs Bashes Teachers Unions
by Gregg Keizer
February 20, 2007
Apple CEO Steve Jobs said today that teachers unions are "what's wrong with our schools."
Teachers unions have traditionally represented one of Apple's most loyal group of customers and have largely stuck with the company since the days of the Apple IIe. Unionization, said Jobs in reports filed by both the Associated Press and the Austin American-Statesman, was "off-the-charts crazy." During a joint appearance with Michael Dell that was sponsored by the Texas Public Education Reform Foundation, Jobs took on the unions by first comparing schools to small businesses, and school principals to CEOs. He then asked rhetorically: "What kind of person could you get to run a small business if you told them that when they came in, they couldn't get rid of people that they thought weren't any good? Not really great ones, because if you're really smart, you go, 'I can't win.' "
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