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Sunday, September 26, 2021

Rummy hints at troop reductions in Iraq

Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday he expects some 20,000 U.S. troops to return home from Iraq after next week’s elections, and he suggested that some of the remaining 137,000 forces could pull out next year.

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DeLay hearings delayed

A state district judge told Rep. Tom DeLay’s lawyers that he won’t schedule hearings in DeLay’s money laundering and conspiracy case until after Christmas, a blow to the lawmaker’s hopes to speedily clear his name and reclaim his position as House majority leader.

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Dems dilemma

Prominent in Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed’s rebuttal of President Bush’s latest speech on Iraq was the assertion that “Democrats firmly believe that we can, and must, succeed” in the war.

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What about Gitmo?

Now that President Bush finally has returned the unrelenting fire of his critics on Iraq, he should use hard-hitting speeches and White House white papers to address liberal bellyaching about Guantanamo.

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There has to be a better way

It is hard to say that the two marshals should have acted other than the way they did. But at the end of those chaotic few seconds, a mentally ill man lay dead for conduct he could not control. There must be a better way.

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The War on Christmas

Bill O’Reilly and John Gibson of Fox News say there’s a war on Christmas, and they’re right. Despite protests that it is just mean-spirited, commercial-minded, ahistorical, mono-cultural gibberish to suppose anyone is trying to squash the essential spirit of the season, the attacks continue. Evidence? The tree at Honors College at Florida Atlantic University.

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