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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Lou Dobbs: An embarrassment for CNN

He’s become a publicity nightmare for CNN, embarrassed his boss and hosted a show that seemed to contradict the network’s "no bias" brand. And on top of all that, his ratings are slipping.

How does Lou Dobbs keep his job?

It’s not a simple answer. CNN insists it is standing behind Dobbs, despite calls for his head from critics of his reporting on "birthers" — those who believe President Barack Obama wasn’t born in the United States despite convincing evidence to the contrary. The "birthers" believe Obama was born in Kenya, and thus not eligible to be president.

Dobbs’ work has been so unpopular that even Ann Coulter has criticized him.

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Is Obama handing the GOP a comeback?

With help from President Barack Obama’s missteps and growing American unease with a new President, the Republican Party is coming back from the dead.

The party that flailed and failed after defeats in 2006 and 2008 is coming together on message and getting its act together with talk about gaining back lost ground in Congress in the 2010 mid-term elections and perhaps regaining the White House in 2012.

The optimism in the party of the elephant is a sharp contrast to the air of defeat that surrounded the GOP earlier this year.

Polls show Americans growing more and more wary of Obama’s free-spending, activist government agenda and impatient with his perceived failure to turn around the economy with a $787 stimulus program.

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Gulf war casualty found buried in Iraq

Navy pilot Michael "Scott" Speicher was called the first casualty of the 1991 Gulf War. But his true status was a mystery, and the Pentagon didn’t know whether he was dead or missing.

For nearly two decades, Speicher’s family, from outside Jacksonville, Fla., pressured the Defense Department to find an answer. Finally, the Pentagon announced Sunday that his remains had been found.

Shot down over west-central Iraq on a combat mission on Jan. 17, 1991, Speicher was declared killed by the Pentagon hours later. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney went on television and announced the U.S. had suffered its first casualty of the war.

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Obama officials admit tax hike is likely

Two of President Barack Obama’s economic heavyweights said middle-class taxes might have to go up to pare budget deficits or to pay for the proposed overhaul of the nation’s health care system.

The tough talk from Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and National Economic Council Director Lawrence Summers on Sunday capped a week that brought rare good news for the economy: The worst recession in the United States since World War II could be on the verge of ending. Even so, officials appeared willing to extend unemployment benefits.

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