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Friday, January 22, 2021

History lessons for Team Bush

By MARTIN SCHRAM

It is time for some straight talk about the latest incendiary missiles the U.S. high command is launching at the enemy — politically-loaded phrases such as "cut-and-run."

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The ‘Mortgage Mom’

By DALE McFEATTERS

Every election cycle, politicians, political scientists and reporters vie to characterize a type of voter who epitomizes a vital swing bloc.

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Katherine Harris wins Florida GOP primary

By STEVEN WINE

U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris overcame a campaign ridiculed even by her own party to easily claim the GOP nomination for the Senate on Tuesday, and Rep. Jim Davis won the Democratic nomination to succeed popular Gov. Jeb Bush.

Harris next faces an uphill battle against incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, who had no primary challenger.

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A stupid decision

By JAY PRICE
Raleigh News & Observer

Brain injuries are so common among U.S. troops that they’re called the signature injury of the Iraq war, but Congress is poised to cut military spending on researching and treating them.

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Bush adds more Hitler comparisons to his terrorist rhetoric

President George W. Bush, unleashing the same inflammatory rhetoric he used last week to compare terrorists with fascists, Tuesday cast Osama bin Laden in the same mold as Adolph Hitler as he tried once again to mix Iraq, sectarian insurgents and al-Qaida  into a  terrorist stew.

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Congress plays security card

By STEPHANIE GRIFFITH

Lawmakers in the US Congress returned this week from their summer hiatus for four frantic weeks dominated by security issues, before breaking to campaign for November’s midterm elections.

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Candidates hit the airwaves

By JIM KUHNHENN

Candidates are touting their political independence, blaming incumbents for high gas prices and warning moderate voters of a possible liberal takeover of Congress in a current wave of advertising that is revealing some themes for the final weeks before Election Day.

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