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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

U.S. Share of Tsunami Aid Could Be Billions

The United States may eventually spend billions of dollars to help Asia recover from last week’s devastating tsunami, a leading Republican U.S. senator said on Sunday as the Bush administration battled criticism it had been slow to respond.

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Bush Goes to Work on Second Term Agenda

Back from a week at his Texas ranch, President Bush is meeting with newly elected members of Congress where battle lines already are being drawn on his second-term goals to simplify tax laws, partially privatize Social Security and rein in medical liability lawsuits.

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2004 Brought Major Shift in Politics

The Internet proved its value for fund raising, new private political organizations flexed their muscles with aggressive ad campaigns and Americans both contributed money and voted at phenomenal levels.

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White House Doled Out More Than $1 Billion in ‘Faith Based’ Funds

In New Haven, Conn., AIDS counselors don’t hesitate to stop and pray anytime someone needs a boost. In Charleston, S.C., Crisis Ministries provides shelter and meals for the homeless and the hungry. Both are on a White House list of “faith-based organizations” that together received more than $1 billion in federal grants in 2003. But when it comes to religion, the groups’ philosophies are quite different.

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