Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Kerry Sets a Record: 14 Flip-Flops in One Speech
Sen. John Kerry set some kind of record today in a speech to his fellow leftists at New York University. The Republican National Committee counted 14 flip-flops on Iraq.

A man without a plan
http://www.townhall.com/columnists/brucebartlett/bb20040921.shtmlBruce Bartlett Quick question: What is John Kerry's economic plan? Can anyone reading this column name even one key element of it?

David Limbaugh blasts Kerry
Just A Few More Questions, Sen. Kerry http://www.townhall.com/columnists/davidlimbaugh/dl20040921.shtml
I am gratified that John Kerry has finally decided to bring his campaign into the present millennium and focus on Iraq. Now, let's have a genuine discussion about that issue.

Iraqi women try to help Americans see the country through their eyes
http://www.sacbee.com/content/news/story/10821339p-11739307c.html By Diana Griego Erwin -- Bee ColumnistPublished 2:15 am PDT Tuesday, September 21,
Before Iraq's liberation, Ahood al-Fadhal spent her days preoccupied with how she and her husband would feed their three children.The rice and flour they could get was buggy. Three brothers were killed by the regime of Saddam Hussein, and her husband was imprisoned for three years. In her lifetime, she never expected to see a free Iraq.
Since Saddam's overthrow, al-Fadhal finds life moving in directions previously unimaginable. She teaches literacy classes and writes a biweekly newsletter for women; she was elected to a district council seat in Basra as an advocate for women's rights.

The left thinks legally, the right thinks morally
To understand the worldwide ideological battle -- especially the one between America and Western Europe and within America itself -- one must understand the vast differences between leftist and rightist worldviews and between secular and religious (specifically Judeo-Christian) values.

Cord Blood Emerges as Source of Life Saving Stem Cells in National Debate

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