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Saturday, June 12, 2021

The Day America Died

America as a free nation died Thursday. Death came without mercy at the hands of the United States Supreme Court which ruled, in a split 5-4 decision, that a city has the right to steal an American citizen’s property without due course and turn it over to private developers.

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When Your Home is No Longer Yours

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor had it right in her scathing dissent when she wrote: “Today the Court abandons this long-held, basic limitation on government power. Under the banner of economic development, all private property is now vulnerable to being taken and transferred to another private owner … who will use it in a way that the legislature deems more beneficial to the public in the process.”

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As War Criticism Mounts, Calls Increase for Rumsfeld’s Head

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s call on Thursday for Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to resign – delivered before television cameras in a one-on-one confrontation at a hearing – was only the latest note in a crescendo of criticisms against the Bush administration as polls show Americans souring on the war in Iraq.

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Quagmire? What Quagmire?

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on Thursday rejected a senator’s assertion the Iraq war had become a quagmire, but warned Iraq’s government not to delay political developments such as drafting a constitution.

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No Apology From Carl Rove

Democrats demanded an apology from top White House adviser Karl Rove on Thursday for saying liberals responded weakly to the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a request quickly rejected by the White House.

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