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New TV Ads Reflect Triviality of Election

If you are like me, there was a time when you were amped over the election. Watching historically unprecedented candidates traveling across the country, explaining their visions for the future and bat...
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McCain Presidency Promises More War

John McCain is a warmonger. The Arizona senator's presidential campaign might go ballistic when you make that assertion, as they did recently when, at a Barack Obama rally, radio talk show host Ed Sch...
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Torture Tactics Disgrace Administration

With an unwavering conviction reverberating in his trademark Texas drawl, President George W. Bush has repeatedly told an inquiring press corps, "We do not torture." Well, that's a relief! Okay, so n...
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Hillary Refuses to Go Down Without Fight

Sen. Hillary Clinton may have her back to the ropes in her primary contest against Sen. Barack Obama, but she isn't going down for the count.
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Insult-O-Rama Piles Onto Poor Obama

Barack Obama hates America. Oh, sorry: Barack Hussein Obama hates America. And while we're on the topic, I'm not saying Barack Obama is secretly Muslim or anything, but have you seen that e-mail about...
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Search for Ideal Obama Veep Begins

The once unambiguous underdog, Barack Obama is now the decisive frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. While Obama needs to focus all the time he has on winning delegates, it seems unfair to allow...
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Clinton Strategizes for “Super” Win

On Tuesday night, Sen. Barack Obama continued to pile win after win by pulling off his ninth and tenth consecutive victories over his chief Democratic Primary rival Hillary Clinton. Obama's decisive v...
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Major Media Omits “Maverick” McCain’s Shortcomings

After winning the Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Republican primaries on Tuesday night, Sen. John McCain has all but sewn up the GOP nomination and will most certainly be his party's nominee ...
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Decrease in Violence Proves Nothing

If you were so "fortunate" as to see George Bush's final State of the Union address or you've been "lucky" enough to have caught bits of Sen. John McCain's, R-Ariz. recent campaign speeches, you are w...
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‘Do-Nothing Congress’ Misnamed by Media Pundits

With the lesser-known candidates dropping out like flies and the top-tier contenders pulling no punches, it's clearly election season, and the horserace is on. Although the unpredictability of the pre...
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Rallies Showcase Governing Style

"Let's have a conversation," Hillary Clinton proposed to the crowd of mostly UCSB students and Santa Barbara locals, utilizing a line she used to kick off her campaign in a videotaped message on Hilla...
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Primary Proves Media Reaches Too Far

Somebody tell the American media to please shut the fuck up.
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Summing Up GOP Party

So last week we did a quick run-down of the Democrats running for President.
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Iraqi Differences Remain Complex

On Feb. 22, 2006, Iraqi insurgents blew apart the holiest Shiite shrine in Iraq - the Golden Mosque - transforming sectarian strife into a nascent civil war.
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U.S. Needs to Rethink Iran Policies

The first GOP presidential debate was at best a bearable excursion.
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