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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Hillary disguises herself as Pope

Hillary Clinton, disguised as Pope Benedict, arrived at Yankee Stadium in a replica of the Popemobile, to the thunderous applause of 60,000 adoring people.

It was the only way she could get an audience revved up as Obama consistently does.

My name is not Hillary Clinton, so it doesn’t matter if I approve this message or not.

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The Pentagon’s hidden hand of propaganda

When reports of torture by American Soldiers at Abu Ghraib and Gitmo first broke, there was a seeming explosion of retired military “experts”. They showed up on boredcast news, PBS, CNN, FOX, and MSNBC. Some of them remain on salary, especially on CNN and Fox, as “go to” experts on military issues. They all had one message.

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Is the VA ignoring suicidal veterans?

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t doing enough to prevent suicide and provide adequate medical care for Americans who have served in the armed forces, a class-action lawsuit that goes to trial this week charges.

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Crunch time for Clinton

Simple victory may not be enough for Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania Democratic primary, as Barack Obama tries yet again to kill off her never-say-die White House bid.

Many commentators believe Clinton needs a double-digit triumph, in an economically struggling state packed with blue-collar voters who normally flock to her cause, to dispel the idea that Obama is becoming the inevitable nominee.

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Obama, Clinton go for the gold in PA

Barack Obama cast his Democratic presidential rival Saturday as a game-player who uses “slash and burn” tactics and will say whatever people want to hear, a sharp jab at her character in the final chapter of the pivotal Pennsylvania primary campaign.

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Battle of the negatives

Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton accused each other on Saturday of waging negative campaigns as they sped across Pennsylvania before next week’s potentially make-or-break primary election.

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