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Saturday, January 28, 2023

U.S. urges restraint after Sudan violence

CRAWFORD, Texas (Reuters) – The Bush administration said on Saturday it was “very concerned” about the outbreak of violence in Sudan between Darfur rebels and government troops and urged both sides to exercise restraint.

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Homeowner bailout draws ire

As Congress moves to aid distressed US homeowners, the prospect of a new rescue is drawing fire from a diverse array of activists, economists and consumers opposing what they call a bailout.

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Hillary’s failure: How did it happen?

Hillary Rodham Clinton began her presidential quest armed with talent, tenacity, fame, money, connections and a team that knew how to win.

Many people believed her victory in the Democratic nomination battle was a sure thing. Her ultimate failing may have been in believing it, too.

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Hillary stays publicly confident

Hillary Rodham Clinton was just warming up the crowd in a cramped and muggy middle school gymnasium when she switched her pronouns.

“All the kitchen table issues that everybody talks to me about are ones that the next president can actually do something about,” Clinton said Sunday night, “if he actually cares about it.”

The word hung in the air only for a moment.

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A nice guy for the White House, or maybe just too nice

According to conventional wisdom the antiwar movement swept Republicans out of office in the 2006 midterm elections, and the incompetent Democratic party has been throwing away what the antiwar movement won ever since. — However, most of the Republicans swept out of office such as our local Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum happened also to be against immigration.

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