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In Midst Of Campaign, Brownback & Biden Join Together On Iraq

Written by John DeSio on . Posted in Politics, Posts

Republican Kansas Senator Sam Brownback (pictured) and Delaware Democrat Senator Joseph Biden, both candidates for president, will join together on Friday to offer a bipartisan solution to the problems in Iraq. The two will call for a political solution based on a decentralized, federal system of government. The real news here is the joining of [&hellip
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A Big Haul For Breast Cancer

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You can’t say New Yorkers aren’t generous. The close to 4,000 participants in this weekend’s fifth annual Avon Walk for Breast Cancer New York combined to raise $10.2 million to fight the disease, according to Avon’s numbers. The money will be split across multiple groups that not only work to fight breast cancer but also [&hellip
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Romney Blasts Rudy On Commuter Tax

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The campaign of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is hitting Rudy Giuliani on taxes, assailing him for suing fellow Republicans to keep the commuter tax in place in 1999, following Governor George Pataki and the State Legislature’s move to repeal the law. The full fact sheet/press release, which offers a blow-by-blow account of Giuliani’s movements [&hellip
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Pataki Named To Climate Change Panel

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Former Governor (and brief presidential candidate) George Pataki has been named as co-chair of the Independent Task Force on Global Climate Change, a project of the Council on Foreign Relations. Pataki will lead a 30-person task force with Democrat Thomas Vilsack, the former governor of Iowa and also a former presidential candidate. According to the [&hellip
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27% Of Republicans Would Run From Rudy…

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…and directly into the arms of a pro-life, third-party candidate instead. A new Rasmussen poll finds that, should Christian leaders back a real challenge to Giuliani, more than a quarter of all Republicans would leave their party for that candidate. In a three-way race between Clinton, Giuliani and an unnamed third-party candidate Clinton wins 46-30-14. [&hellip
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Spitzer’s ‘Border Line Insanity’

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The State Conservative party has just released a short television ad attacking Governor Eliot Spitzer over his plan to give drivers’ licenses to illegal immigrants. Watch it here. The 10-second ad, titled “Border Line Insanity,” begins airing tomorrow on broadcast and cable stations across New York City, Albany, Long Island and Westchester. “At a time [&hellip
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