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Sunday, October 1, 2023

Voter Photo ID Issue: is it really about Voter Fraud?

Is the issue an issue?

Are they isolated incidents throughout the nation, or is voter fraud a way of life in American politics? Currently there appears to be some confusion whether “voter fraud” may be resolved by showing a photo ID. The fight on this issue has become a partisan battle. Simply put: Republicans want it, Democrats don’t.

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Republicans: The party that just can’t

The Republican Party just can’t seem to stop its headlong rush to political oblivion.

They can’t shake the albatross of Rush Limbaugh and they can’t seem to make decisions about their party’s direction or its future.

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Is Tim Geithner up to the job?

During the confirmation process, those in power were willing to overlook problems with Tim Geithner, President Obama’s pick for Treasury Secretary, because he was deemed the only man for the job.

Now it’s starting to look more and more like he’s not up to the job.

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Recession set to be longest of postwar period

Factory jobs disappeared. Inflation soared. Unemployment climbed to alarming levels. The hungry lined up at soup kitchens.

It wasn’t the Great Depression. It was the 1981-82 recession, widely considered America’s worst since the depression.

That painful time during Ronald Reagan’s presidency is a grim marker of how bad things can get. Yet the current recession could slice deeper into the U.S. economy.

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Health care reform fight will test Obama’s skills

Embarking on arguably his most complex political fight yet, President Barack Obama is using skills honed during his presidential campaign and lessons learned from past failures to try to overhaul the health care system.

It’s a feat none before him has achieved. As such, it would pay monumental dividends for a popular new president looking for history-making accomplishments ahead of his likely 2012 re-election campaign.

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Lieberman sings a new tune on Obama

Sen. Joe Lieberman has changed his tune on Barack Obama.

After campaigning across the country for Republican John McCain in 2008 and attacking Obama as naive, untested and unwilling to take on powerful special interests, Lieberman now showers praise on the popular new Democratic president.

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To hell with the fruitcakes: Obama is an American

It is an article of faith in the loopier precincts of the Internet, impervious to evidence to the contrary, that Barack Obama is ineligible to be president of the United States because he is not a "natural born citizen" as the Constitution requires.

All this would be quite harmless, like believing in the Illuminati or alien abduction, except that the extra-chromosome true believers have taken to filing suit in the federal courts basically seeking to overturn the election.

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Afghanistan: The new Vietnam?

The new Obama administration has been forthright in redirecting primary attention in the war on terrorist groups to Afghanistan, where the Taliban — a vital al Qaeda ally — is becoming stronger.

Following initial policy review, a decision has been made to increase United States forces in the mountainous sparsely populated country by 17,000, to a total of 55,000. Pressures on our already thinly stretched military will be eased by reductions in forces in occupied Iraq.

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