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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Senate Set to Move Quickly on Roberts Nomination

The first Monday in October, the day the Supreme Court begins its term, sounds far away in the heat of July. Still, with a Supreme Court nominee in waiting, Republican senators are moving quickly to complete the time-consuming confirmation process in time to have a new justice in place by then.

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Memo Could Provide Answers in Plame Leak Case

A State Department memo that has caught the attention of prosecutors describes a CIA officer’s role in sending her husband to Africa and disputes administration claims that Iraq was shopping for uranium, a retired department official said Tuesday.

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Tancredo Ain’t Backing Down

Despite an international outcry, Rep. Tom Tancredo continued to stand by his comments on Tuesday, saying he did not intend to offend moderate Muslims during last week’s interview with Florida radio talk show host Pat Campbell.

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A High-Stakes, Big-Bucks Fight

In the 1984 race for president, Ronald Reagan’s and Walter Mondale’s campaigns each spent between $65 million and $70 million. In the next few months, advocacy groups could spend that kind of money in the confirmation battle over President Bush’s first nominee to the Supreme Court.

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Bush Bows to Conservatives With Roberts Nomination

In his four-and-a-half-year presidency, George Bush has rarely gone against his conservative instincts and the fundamental interests of his political base. Tuesday night he stayed true to form, nominating a conservative favorite, appellate court Judge John Roberts, to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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