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Monday, March 8, 2021

Pelosi protects House bully John Murtha

In actions that continue to discredit her promise to demand ethical behavior in Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defends the actions of Democratic bully John Murtha, a Pennsylvania Congressman with a long history of questionable behavior.

Pelosi is blocking demands for a reprimand of Murtha for threatening a GOP lawmaker's spending projects.

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Is Gonzales headed for the door?

President Bush & AG GonzalesThe top Republican on the Senate committee investigating Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Sunday he believes Gonzales could step down before a no-confidence vote sought this week by Senate Democrats.

Gonzales failed to draw a public statement of support from Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell. Asked whether Gonzales effectively can lead the Justice Department, McConnell said "that's for the president to decide." The senator suggested there may be several resolutions introduced to dilute a no-confidence vote.

"In the Senate, nobody gets a clear shot," said McConnell, R-Ky.

Yet Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he believed a "sizable number" of GOP lawmakers would join Democrats in expressing their lack of confidence in the attorney general.

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Rethinking John Ashcroft

Many Bush administration critics and privacy advocates blame former Attorney General John Ashcroft for the erosion of personal freedom and loss of individual rights under the current President.

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Pessimism sweeps America

It's gloomy out there. Men and women, whites and minorities — all are feeling a war-weary pessimism about the country seldom shared by so many people.

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Bush on the run to mend fences

President George BushPresident George W. Bush on Saturday rushed to patch up a sudden rift with his most faithful Republican allies, who have supported him on Iraq but have revolted against a White House-backed immigration reform proposal.

With top conservatives crying "sellout," the president used his weekly radio address to emphasize the hurdles rather than the opportunities the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants living in the country will have to face if they choose to legalize their status.

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