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Bush loses in court…again

A federal appeals court on Friday set back the White House's efforts to keep the names of its visitors secret.

The three-member panel of judges threw out the government's appeal in a case brought by a watchdog group trying to find out how often prominent religious conservatives visited the White House and Vice President Dick Cheney's residence.

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A final gut of the Constitution

The United State Senate Wednesday gutted what little is left of the American Constitution, capitulating once again to the most unpopular President in history, giving him virtually unlimited powers to spy on Americans while shielding his co-conspirators -- telecom companies -- from prosecution.

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Bush travels while America burns

Where in the world is the president of the United States? The economy is getting worse by the day -- 62,000 fewer jobs in June and no end in sight with the airline and the auto industries among others taking it on the chin because of rampaging gas prices. Where is the national leadership?

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Live from Washington…the Bush White House

Satire, at its best, is an artful blend of subtlety and wit. But often it plunges into heavy-handed ways. Then it becomes insufferably witless.

Live from New York, we've seen satire suffer under the "Saturday Night Live Syndrome" of ham-fisted un-funniness. Now this: Live From Washington -- it's the Bush White House.

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