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Free John Rocker; Let Elian Stay; McCain’s Tanking; The Voice Is Limping

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Free John Rocker; Isn’t This a New Century? The lazy, mindless liberalism and attempt at thought control can simply stun an honest man. Consider the John Rocker controversy: A stupid baseball player, 25 years old, shoots off his mouth to any reporter who’s willing to scribble his bigoted nonsequiturs and Humpty Dumpty falls down. Rocker [&hellip
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Gore Lies Again; Media Elite Limps Toward the Millennium

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Katherine Prudhomme and Sold-My-Soul-to-Bill Clinton presidential aspirant Albert Gore Jr Gore was caught completely off guard—the less charitable might say he “did a Quayle“—and offered an evasive answer. The following are excerpts from the exchange: Prudhomme: “When Juanita Broaddrick made the claim, which I found to be quite credible, that she was raped by Bill [&hellip
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Surprise! Gore Exploits the Misfortune of Bradley; He’s Bill Clinton’s Star Pupil

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Surprise! Gore Exploits the Misfortune of Bradley; He’s Bill Clinton’s Star Pupil Hang down your head, Al Gore. Hang down your head in shame, Mr. Greenjeans, for you’ve become almost as despicable and immoral as Bill Clinton. Last Friday, after rival Bill Bradley was briefly hospitalized for an irregular heartbeat, a common, treatable condition, Gore [&hellip
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Peretz Throws in the Towel, McCain Runs for the Cabinet

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It’s not that Bush blew away the field in last Thursday’s New Hampshire meeting; in fact, he was robotic, cribbing from stump speeches, and aside from complimenting Sen. McCain and zinging Steve Forbes with one of the publisher’s old columns, it was a throwaway performance. But none of his challengers was riveting either. McCain’s self-deprecation [&hellip
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A Necker Island Moment, Before and After the Storm

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My brother Jeff, who’d orchestrated the trip to Necker Island, a relative speck of land owned by entrepreneur Richard Branson, not far from Tortola and Virgin Gorda, was scheduled to spend the night before in Little Dix Bay, and then sail over to Necker to organize before everyone else arrived from various parts of the [&hellip
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A Million For Your Thoughts

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A Million For Your Thoughts, Beauregard: What’s Cookin’? Was Pedro Martinez robbed? Absolutely. At least that was the consensus among the dads at Junior’s final Downtown Soccer League game last Saturday morning, with my friend Rick Gilberg leading the chorus of disgust. It’s a trivial matter, but how the heck could Martinez, who carried the [&hellip
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Don Trump’s Three-Month Run

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Don Trump’s Three-Month Run There was a lot of movement in the legitimate 2000 presidential campaign last week, but let’s pause to consider the Outer Limits Candidates, the fringe men and women who provide an hilarious respite from the front-runners and their stalkers. While Bill Bradley and Al Gore spar about who will make America [&hellip
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