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Saturday, November 27, 2021

Paper or Diebold?

By DALE McFEATTERS

Supposedly the disputed 2000 Florida election, when the presidency dangled by a hanging chad from poorly punched paper ballots, taught us a lesson. And the lesson lawmakers drew from it, in the Help America Vote Act of 2002, was go high-tech, and scrap the old punch-card voting machines in favor of optical scanners, touch screens and computerized vote counts.

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The devil is in the details

By DALE McFEATTERS

The White House and a spirited band of Senate Republicans have reached a compromise over detainee-treatment legislation that spackles over an embarrassing intraparty GOP split, but leaves much about the detainees’ fate to unresolved fine print.

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Have lobbyist, will get pork

By M.E. SPRENGELMEYER

Five towns in Colorado have become magnets for federal money. And besides their small size, they have one other thing in common: They’ve all hired the same, soft- spoken lobbyist, Kenneth Lee.

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Oh Lord! The bible thumpers are back

By M.E. SPRENGELMEYER

Focus on the Family Founder James Dobson made a reluctant return to the political stage this week, rallying family-values voters for key congressional races despite deep disappointment in what Republicans have delivered on his agenda.

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Grin and bear it

By M.E. SPRENGELMEYER

When he’s not taking aim at liberal politicians or the forces of evil, Focus on the Family founder James Dobson has a different target: bears.

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Dems doubt detainee deal

Congressional Democrats were skeptical on Friday of a deal negotiated by three hold-out Republican senators to rein in President George W. Bush’s program to interrogate and try terrorism suspects.

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