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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Messing With Time

Congress is quietly about to extend daylight-saving time by two months. If President Bush signs on — and, after all, it is his energy bill — DST will end the last Sunday of this November and resume on the first Sunday in March.

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Another Battle for Civil Rights

It’s a shame that — as we argue about bedroom politics — hundreds of thousands of children need foster care to find a safe home. In 2003, almost 300,000 children entered foster care, mostly due to parental abuse or neglect. By preventing qualified gay couples from becoming foster parents, are we really protecting at-risk children, or are we, in fact, denying them the chance to find safe and loving homes?

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The Missing Facts on Missing Children

The Justice Department for years has violated an act of Congress by refusing to reveal how many lost, runaway and kidnapped children have been reported to the FBI, a policy that has turned America’s missing youth into a state secret.

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Americans Believe Iraq War Makes Them Less Safe

Americans solidly oppose a cut-and-run policy for U.S. military operations in Iraq even as they heap criticisms on President Bush’s handling of the war and question whether he has a well-thought plan to eventually extract troops from southwest Asia.

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High Court Nominee Makes the Rounds

President Bush’s newly announced Supreme Court nominee, John Roberts, visited Capitol Hill on Wednesday to meet with some of the senators on both sides of the aisle who will be key to his confirmation prospects.

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Memo Warned Plame Info Was Classified

A classified State Department memo with information about CIA officer Valerie Plame was marked (S) for “Secret,” a warning to any Bush administration official who read it that the information was classified.

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Arnold’s Approval Rating Takes a Dive

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s approval rating dropped to a new low even before a controversy developed about his hefty side income from fitness magazines, according to a poll released on Thursday.

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