In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

Senate rebuffs Bush on war budgets

The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Wednesday to force President George W. Bush to submit a budget for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars instead of financing them in emergency bills that are pushed through Congress with minimal scrutiny.

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Another failed photo-op

President George W. Bush jetted off in the dark of night for a clandestine visit to Iraq – a grandstanding photo-op by a coward who refused to fight in war when his country called.

I’ve always found Bush’s swaggering "war-time president" persona the height of political hypocrisy.  This is, after all, the same George W. Bush who hid out in the Texas Air National Guard to avoid going to Vietnam and who later became the "Commander in Chief" who sends members of the National Guard and Reserve to their deaths in his lies-based invasion of Iraq.

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Boo-birds greet Hillary at lib event

A liberal crowd both booed and cheered Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton Tuesday after she encouraged Democrats to have a “difficult conversation” about their position on the Iraq war in order to win over middle-of-the-road voters.

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Reps reward themselves with pay raise

Despite record low approval ratings, House lawmakers Tuesday embraced a $3,300 pay raise that will increase their salaries to $168,500 — the seventh straight year they have given themselves a raise.

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