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2/28/05The Threat From the Bench
The joke in Hollywood is that everyone from half-witted actors to the pope wants to direct. The joke in Washington is that everyone wants to legislate. Only it`s no joke when it comes to activist judg . . . .
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2/27/05NRA AlertGuarding the Rear

The Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) in the Department of Justice recently released a comprehensive 160-page memorandum it sent to the attorney general last August addressing the question of whether the Second Amendment secures an individual right. The memorandum concludes that the Second Amendment does indeed guarantee an individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

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2/25/05NASCAR Still Red State
They ran the Daytona 500 last Sunday afternoon and the New York Times even covered it. It was not so long ago that the Times would have considered stock-car racing unworthy of its attention; but there . . . .
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2/25/05Hillary The Chameleon
"I have always considered Hillary Clinton a formidable politician, but I haven`t really feared a Hillary presidency because I haven`t thought she was electable," writes David Limbaugh. "I`m not quite . . . .
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2/24/05Secrecy In The Voting Booth
Rep. Charlie Norwood (R-Ga.), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections, has introduced the Secret Ballot Protection Act of 2005. This bill guarantees that every worker in America ha . . . .
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2/23/05Unshaven, Unbowed And In Our Face
Tom Matzzie describes himself as a pacifist techno geek. Maybe so, but MoveOn.org`s man in Washington sounds like one cocky computer nerd. Having helped revolutionize online organizing and fundraising . . . .
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2/15/05In the NewsU.S. Hunters Flock To Mexico's Deserts To Bag Trophy Game

The success of hunting operations in Mexico are a prime example of the positive impact hunting can have on a rural economy. It also shows that when hunting has an economic value to the community, mem . . . .

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2/15/05Bush Tries Again On Judicial Nominees
President Bush yesterday re-nominated 20 candidates for federal judgeships, several whose nominations were blocked by Senate Democrats during the last term of Congress. Read About It: Seatt . . . .
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2/14/05In the NewsSenate's New Math May Aid Stalled Judicial Nominees

When the battle over judicial nominations resumes in the next few weeks, President Bush may have a good chance of winning confirmation for some of his previously blocked candidates, Democrats and Repu . . . .

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2/10/05Wider Probe Of U.N. Looms
A powerful House Republican yesterday issued subpoenas to two key contractors in the U.N. oil-for-food scandal, as lawmakers said they might expand their probe of financial mismanagement to more th . . . .
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2/10/05In the NewsSenate Nears Revision Of Class Actions

President Bush and his business supporters won a large and long-sought victory yesterday with a series of Senate votes that virtually guarantee enactment of legislation restructuring rules for class . . . .

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2/7/05Liberals 'n' Lawsuits
"Who do you think said this: "Reliance on constitutional lawsuits to achieve policy goals has become a wasting addiction among American progressives.... Whatever you feel about the rights that have be . . . .
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2/4/05Normal Service Resumed
"George Bush finally began his second term on Wednesday night with an address that marked the return of the Bush of the stump, the Bush who was re-elected president three months ago and whom the natio . . . .
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2/4/05Senate Committee Passes Tort Reform Bill
The bill aimed at curbing class-action lawsuit abuse, which Democrats filibustered last year, was passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday with bipartisan support. Read About It: Wa . . . .
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2/3/05The Green "State Of Fear"
Michael Crichton is a high-tech, science-savvy Renaissance man in the 21st century. He has sold more than a hundred million books, which have been translated into 30 languages. He has a lot of thought . . . .
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2/3/05In the NewsBush's Big Mo

Reporters hearing the State of the Union address "were coming down with a disturbing feeling," writes Tim Graham. "Despite their best efforts last year to convince Americans to drop President Bush . . . . .

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2/3/05Congress Pushes To Close Loophole
The architects of the 2002 campaign finance overhaul have introduced a bill to clamp down on so-called "527 organizations" such as MoveOn.org, which flooded the airwaves with political commercials las . . . .
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2/2/05Legislation Will Allow Utahns The Right-To-Carry In Cars
Utahns should be able to carry loaded guns in their cars-even if they don`t have a carry permit--says Sen. Mark Madsen (R-Lehi). He is drafting a bill that would give gun owners the same access to fir . . . .
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2/1/05Students Fail First Amendment
American high school students lack knowledge and understanding of the First Amendment, a new study suggests. Read About It: Washington Times POSTED: Tuesday, February 01, 200 . . . .
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2/1/05Loser Kerry Takes All
According to a campaign-finance attorney interviewed recently by The Washington Times, the phone lines among his Republican and Democratic associates lit up in early December after Kerry`s campaign fi . . . .
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2/1/05Dean Still Favorite For DNC Chair
Howard Dean still appears to be the front-runner in the race for Democratic National Committee chairman despite a late sprint by a relatively unknown but well-connected upstart. Read About It: . . . .
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