|3/29/06||Freeing Free Speech|
In an unanimous decision, the FEC voted to save most Internet speech from campaign-finance regulations. This is welcome news, if also expected.
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|3/28/06||FEC Leaves Web Political Speech Alone|
The Federal Election Commission voted 6-0 March 27 in favor of campaign-finance rules that will leave political speech on the Internet mostly unregulated. The rules approved by the FEC will give Web s . . . .
|3/24/06||Swann, Rendell Running Even In Pennsylvania Race|
Democratic Gov. Edward G. Rendell of Pennsylvania, once considered a shoo-in for a second term, is running dead even against Republican and former Pittsburgh Steelers standout Lynn Swann, according to . . . .
|3/21/06||NYC Mayor Bloomberg Thrusts Self Into Spotlight|
Three months into his second term, the Republican billionaire who used to merely tolerate the glare of the national spotlight is thrusting himself onto a larger stage more frequently. In the past mont . . . .
|3/20/06||NRA - PVF Endorses U.S. Representative Don Sherwood for PA District 10 Primary|
(Fairfax, VA) -- The National Rifle Association Political
Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is proud to endorse incumbent Congressman
Don Sherwood in Pennsylvania's District 10. Chris Cox, NRA's
chief l . . . .
|3/17/06||Schumer's Identity Crisis|
The one thing that hasn't prompted Sen. Chuck Schumer, chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, to rush before a camera is his organization's identity-theft scandal.
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|3/13/06||Duncan Backs State Firearms Ban|
Montgomery County Executive Douglas M. Duncan, a Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, testified in Annapolis in support of a state ban on military-style weapons.
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As the Dubai ports fiasco unravels, the senior senator from New York, Charles Schumer is the exploiter-in-chief of the Dubai acrimony. This episode nicely captures what we've come to observe about Mr. . . . .
David Barrett, you`ll recall, is the independent counsel appointed in 1995 to investigate allegations of impropriety against Bill Clinton`s Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisne . . . .
|3/6/06||Heroes Of Senate Liberalism|
With a dozen or so U.S. senators giving consideration to running for the 2008 presidential nomination, voters will want to know how the political ideologies of these potential candidates rank among th . . . .