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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Cheney sticks to hardline rhetoric

Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday defended his lightning-rod role as a leading advocate for invading Iraq, for a warrantless surveillance program and for harsh treatment of suspected terrorists.

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Bush vows ‘never forget’

President George W. Bush made a pilgrimage to New York’s Ground Zero on Sunday on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the September 11 attacks and said he would never forget the lessons of that day.

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The old GOP con game of diverting voter attention away from issues

How ironic. Republicans, who won control of the House and Senate in 1994 by turning that year’s midterm elections into a national referendum on then-President Bill Clinton, now want to return to an “all politics is local” mantra to avoid getting tossed out on their asses because of President George W. Bush’s unpopularity.

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Katie Couric’s hilarious debut: Perky fluff is not news

You gotta wonder what the decision makers at CBS news are smoking over at West 60th. Must be at least a double doobie, based on what they considered to be news for the debut of their new Evening News with Katie Couric Tuesday night. Couric opened the show with a perky “I am very happy to be with you tonight,” which should have warned us all to switch over to the more professional Brian Williams at NBC.

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A hot primary season gets even hotter

In Arizona, one House candidate called party officials idiots. In Rhode Island, ad-makers turned a Senate hopeful into a political pinata. And that’s just Republicans attacking Republicans ahead of Tuesday’s nine-state primary night, the busiest of the year.

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