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Saturday, March 6, 2021

Nader touches on something real in his rant about Obama.

“There’s only one thing different about Barack Obama when it comes to being a Democratic presidential candidate. He’s half African-American,” Nader said. “Whether that will make any difference, I don’t know. I haven’t heard him have a strong crackdown on economic exploitation in the ghettos. Payday loans, predatory lending, asbestos, lead. What’s keeping him from doing that?

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Bush, President Jalal Talabani of Iraq, Address the Media

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH: It’s been my honor to welcome a friend, President Talabani, back to the Oval Office. He is the president of a free Iraq. He is a man who’s been on the front lines of helping to unify Iraq and to help Iraq recover from a brutal regime; that of Saddam Hussein.

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To CHB: Re: bandwidth

I’m just noticing that of the 10 personal blogs listed, 9 are from the same blogger. And most of those are links to MSM news articles. Now, I’m not saying this blogger doesn’t have the right to blog whatever they wish. I am saying that perhaps CHB should just give this blogger their own section – call it a “Bloggers news digest.”

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Obama to donors: Help Clinton

Democrat Barack Obama on Tuesday asked his finance team to help Hillary Rodham Clinton pay off a debt of at least $10 million from her failed presidential campaign, setting the stage for joint appearances by the two former rivals later in the week.

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Too much politics in Justice Dept.

Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (Reuters Photo)

U.S. President George W. Bush’s Justice Department improperly injected politics into hiring programs, a department investigation released on Tuesday found.

A report by the department’s inspector general and office of professional responsibility said members of a screening committee were asked to weed out "wackos" and ideological "extremists" who sought work in a competitive honors program for entry-level attorneys or as summer interns.

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Hillary returns to her day job

Hillary Clinton’s fellow Senate Democrats embraced her on Tuesday with a pair of standing ovations, tears and cheers as she returned to the U.S. Capitol from her historic yet unsuccessful presidential bid.

"We’re happy to have her back," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid told reporters as he emerged with Clinton from a closed-door meeting with Democratic colleagues.

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