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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Bush Leaves the White House, or, “ding-dong the witch is dead”

Finally the American people are rid of the Bush administration. There should be dancing in the streets!

Pres. George Walker Bush is the most unpopular U.S. president since Richard M. Nixon, who was impeached. So why do 28 percent of Americans still support Bush?

What is wrong with so many Americans that they can not see what has taken place during the past 8 years?

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Obama Commemorates MLK Day with Service

Marking Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the eve of his inauguration, President-elect Barack Obama today urged Americans to act on the slain civil rights leader’s vision as he led the nation in a “call to service” aimed at helping people in need.

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Lisa Jackson Opening Remarks

JACKSON: Thank you, Madame Chairman. Please allow me to begin by first expressing my gratitude to you and to Ranking Member Inhofe for holding this hearing, to Senators Lautenberg and Senator Menendez for their kind introductions, and to all the members of the committee for their thoughtful sta…

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Susan Rice Confirmation Hearing

SEN. JOHN KERRY (D-MASS.): Thank you very much, Senator Dodd. It’s my pleasure, on behalf of the entire committee and the Senate, to welcome you here, Dr. Rice. We’re really pleased to have you here today.

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One more day. I hope we make it.

Enough has been written about the failures of the last eight years. Even today, media outlets around the world are taking their final shots at George W and the administration’s puppet master, Dick Cheney.

A new president was been elected, possibly for the first time in three presidential elections. We should be excited, energized, and relieved.

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Obama honors Martin Luther King

Fresh off a rollicking celebration in the shadow of Abraham Lincoln, President-elect Barack Obama is shaping the final day of his pre-presidential life around another giant figure, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Obama is taking part in a community renovation project in the Washington area to honor King, the civil rights leader who was assassinated in 1968. Monday is the federal holiday commemorating the birthday of King, who advocated peaceful resistance and equality among all races. He blazed a trail for Obama, soon to be the nation’s first black president.

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