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Friday, December 3, 2021

New bomb threat reported

A plot to bomb New York’s Holland Tunnel in an effort to flood the Wall Street
financial district has been uncovered by the FBI, with a suspect arrested in
Lebanon, New York’s Daily News reported on Friday.

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Draft dodgers relive the old days

Three decades after they fled the United States to avoid the Vietnam War, a small group of former draft dodgers gathered in Canada on Thursday, more convinced than ever that their anti-war stand was right.

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DeLay stays on ballot in Texas

Indicted former U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay must stay on the November congressional
ballot despite withdrawing from the race, a federal court ruled on Thursday in a
decision that could help Democrats win this key seat.

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Dubya takes his show on the road

Forget the hot, dusty weeks relaxing at his Texas ranch. President Bush, still down in the polls and grappling with grave matters on the world stage, is breaking his summer routine this election year to travel the country and boost the standing of his presidency and the Republican Party.

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Lieberman doesn’t need enemies

Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential nominee in 2000, took a hammering over his support for the Iraq war on Thursday in a debate with an antiwar rival whose fight for the Senate is seen as a battle for the heart of the Democratic Party.

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Bush: Ken Lay a ‘good guy’

President Bush said Thursday he hopes Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay’s “heart was right with the Lord” when he died before he could be sentenced on fraud and conspiracy charges.

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Estate tax hurts black Americans

After their Independence Day recess, Republican senators will try again to declare America independent of the death tax. As Democrats ponder their position, they should consider how this levy hurts their most dependable supporters: black Americans.

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Ken Lay and revisionist history

The purveyors of revisionist political history are back at work this week, inspired by the death of Enron Corp. founder — and convicted felon — Kenneth Lay to revive the myth that were it not for Enron and Lay, California wouldn’t have experienced its 2001 energy crisis.

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Why right-wingers can’t get it up

The right-wing’s biggest blowhard, radio talk show demagogue Rush Limbaugh, got a walk this week on charges of carrying Viagra without a prescription. His doctor might face charges for mislabeling the bottle of pills found on Limbaugh when he returned from a vacation trip.

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