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Bush Wins Big

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Yesterday, Congress ended weeks of debate about the treatment of terrorism suspects by “compromising” on key issues. Unfortunately, the resolution left Bush with most of the lattitude that he requested for prosecuting detainees. Under the new resolution, detainees will have their cases heard by miltary tribunals, but there will be[…]

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Video of the Day

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Today’s video of the day comes from MSNBC, where I squared off with Ben Ferguson about the Hugo Chavez controversy. Ferguson, one the nation’s leading young conservatives, argues that real Americans should boycott Citgo gas in a show of solidarity with Bush. Of course, I disagreed. My only regret is[…]

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Boondocks Done?

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According to the Washington Post and other news sources, Aaron McGruder’s Boondocks comic strip may have reached the end of its run. Although no official announcement has been made, Universal Press Syndicate is announcing that newspapers should not expect the strip to return in the near future. Apparently, McGruder has[…]

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Don’t Get Used To These Gas Prices…

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Because global oil supplies are never likely to be truly abundant again, it would only take one major storm or one major crisis in the Middle East to push crude prices back up near or over $80 a barrel. Gas Prices Aren’t Cheap, They’re Volatile By Michael T. Klare What[…]

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