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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Democrats haven’t closed the deal

Republican Brian Bilbray won the special election in California Tuesday to replace convicted bribe-taker Randy "Duke" Cunningham in a race that should have been closer than it was and one that should tell Democrats they still have their work cut out for them if they hope to recapture control the House and Senate in November.

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The mouth that bored

Ann Coulter, the right-wing’s poster child for the dangers of anorexia and visible proof that excessive use of hair bleach can fry your brain, dished out her dirt on the Today Show Tuesday, promoting a new book where she attacks those who lost spouses in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Democrats haven’t closed the deal

Voters will need a viable alternative when they walk into the polling booth for the mid-term elections. They will want more than just threats to impeach an incumbent President who will be gone in two years anyway.

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The high price of buying votes

Fatcat special interest groups pumped some $50 million into expensive, first-class travel for members of Congress, their families and their staffs over the last five-and-a-half years. That buys a lot of favors.

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Undoing the damage

It looks like our best (and maybe only) chance for halting the damage-doers before they shatter what is left of America’s global image is to hope that the nation’s most patriotic conservative hard-liners will be so outraged that they will rush into battle. These conservatives are our best hope because the leaders of the damage-doers are their ideological kin — a trio that has apparently confused being hard-line with being hardheaded: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and the men he works for, President Bush and Vice President Cheney.

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Republicans hold on to Cunningham’s seat

A former Republican congressman narrowly beat his Democratic rival early Wednesday for the right to fill the House seat once held by jailed Randy “Duke” Cunningham, a race closely watched as a possible early barometer of next fall’s vote.

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Measuring the fallout from Haditha

Military investigations into alleged U.S. atrocities in Iraq, including the killings of 24 civilians at Haditha, shine the spotlight anew on a question raised by the abuses of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib: How far up the chain of command should officials be held accountable, if the misconduct is confirmed?

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