Tuesday, May 11, 2004

This is one way to get rid of a judge that legislates from the bench.
Momentum Gaining to Dismiss Mass. Chief Justice Marshall

Two men preparing to carry crosses charged with disorderly conduct
DAYTON, Tenn. — Before they could get one of their trademark 10-foot wooden crosses fastened together, two men were arrested by Dayton police officers on charges of disorderly conduct at yesterday's Gay Day gathering.

Kerry a Kindred Spirit of Iraqi Abusers
Conventional wisdom holds that these atrocities will hurt President Bush; force him to defend yet another front in an increasingly unpopular war effort. But it is Kerry who stands the most to lose if American malfeasance in the war becomes a chapter in the foreign policy narrative within the 2004 election. Especially now that America’s eyes begin to turn toward Sen. Kerry’s Vietnam War – and post-war – record.

Did Colin Powell Hit a Bull's-Eye?

I asked State Department spokesman Adam Ereli if the department still stands behind everything Colin Powell said about Zarqawi in his Feb. 5, 2003, presentation to the Security Council. "Yes," said Ereli.
Time may be proving that on this all-important question, Powell hit his target dead-on.

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