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Friday, October 30, 2020

Playing politics with terrorism

By DALE McFEATTERS

The ploy was classic Bush administration, going back to the first Patriot Act. Drop a complicated piece of legislation on the table and demand that Congress pass it immediately, without serious consideration, or stand accused of impeding the war on terror.

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9/11 keeps Rudy a Presidential frontrunner

By DEROY MURDOCK

America’s still-vivid memories of that miserable morning five Septembers ago may be brightened by recollections of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s focused, confident performance on 9/11. The ongoing good will his leadership generated may explain why he outpaces potential rivals for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination.

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Angry Dems want 9/11 docudrama yanked

By Richard Cowan and Thomas Ferraro

Amid an election-year debate over who can best defend America, U.S. congressional Democrats urged ABC-TV on Thursday to cancel a miniseries about the September 11 attacks that is critical of former Democratic President Bill Clinton and his top aides.

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid of Nevada denounced the television movie, set to air in two parts on Sunday and Monday nights, as "a work of fiction."

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Web-based paranoia

By BETSY HART

So there I was reading a front-page Wall Street Journal piece on Wednesday titled, Snippy Things Folks Say About Your Home Are now Also Online, and I sorta panicked.

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Bad 9/11 loans: Another government screwup

By DIRK LAMMERS and FRANK BASS

Nearly three out of four loans made under a government program to help small businesses get back on their feet after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were made without adequate documentation, says a Senate report.

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Bush’s ‘war on terror’ week

By DALE McFEATTERS

This past week has been "war on terror" week in the nation’s capital, with President Bush holding almost daily events highlighting progress in GWOT, the global war on terror now having its own acronym.

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Fear easier to sell than truth

By REG HENRY

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

I wish I had a nickel for every time I have heard people like me (i.e., supposedly unpatriotic ingrates) reminded that “we are at war.” I would buy my critics a set of medals from the wars they never went to or a set of history books about wars they don’t remember.

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Time to unite and fight

By CLIFFORD D. MAY

Five years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have not been slaughtered a second time on U.S. soil. That is no small achievement. It has come about not because our enemies have been merciful or because they consider our behavior improved. It has come about because we have begun to understand that we have enemies, that they pose a serious threat, and that we must fight them.

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Outside the ‘big tent’

By JOSE DE LA ISLA
Hispanic Link News Service

HOUSTON — A prominent Hispanic Republican businessman in this city was among Latino, black, Vietnamese, Chinese and Asian Indian realtors invited to a trade-association retreat. The invitees to the largely Republican gathering were there to add ethnic diversity to the meeting.

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