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Monday, January 17, 2022

Republicans want little to do with Bush in this election

Despite their revolt over the Dubai ports deal, Republicans say they remain
loyal to President George W. Bush. But there are signs many may distance
themselves from him as the 2006 congressional elections near. “I’m sure some members already have, and I imagine there will be others,”
said a Republican senator who asked not to be named.

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Forget the Arabs: What about the Mafia?

Justice Department lawyers warned eight months ago that a nefarious element had
infiltrated important East Coast ports, but they weren’t talking about
terrorists or Arab shipping companies. They were talking about the mafia.

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Web searches can ID CIA agents, locations

The identities of 2,600 CIA employees and the locations of two dozen of the
agency’s covert workplaces in the United States can be found easily through
Internet searches, according to an investigation by the Chicago Tribune.

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A sour deal all the way around


There’s no getting around it. The Dubai deal ended badly for all concerned — except those members of Congress, Republican and Democratic, running for re-election who exploited it to puff up their national-security credentials.

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Former top Bush aide arrested for theft

President Bush’s Domestic Policy Advisor, who resigned last month with the standard "I want to spend more time with my family" excuse, is charged with trying to defraud two Washington stores in an elaborate refund scheme.

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California GOP Rep quits

U.S. Rep. Elton Gallegly abruptly announced Friday that he is dropping his re-election bid because of a medical condition, leaving Republicans without a candidate just before the state filing deadline.

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Tomcats retired from Naval duty

There will be no more dogfights for the Tomcat. The last two squadrons of the sleek, Cold War fighter jet returned home from their final deployment Friday, two decades after the warplanes were glamorized in the 1986 Tom Cruise movie Top Gun.

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Norton quits

Interior Secretary Gale Norton resigned Friday after five years of guiding the Bush administration’s initiative to open government lands in the West to more oil and gas drilling, logging, grazing and commercial recreation.

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