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A new ad questioning the patriotism of Democratic candidates is shameless.
The general and his troops go after the Big Win.
Click here for info on Greider's The Soul of Capitalism, just published by Simon & Schuster.
No single endorsement, save that of next July's party convention, will
decide the winner of what remains a remarkably unsettled race for the
Democratic presidential nomination.
Historically, the Confederate flag is a symbol of the Democratic Party.
All right, so maybe Howard Dean could have thought of a better way of
reaching out to white Southern men than saying he wanted "to be the
candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pick
Russell Simmons was never a young voter. The 46-year-old hip-hop tycoon
cast his first vote in a presidential election seven years ago, he says,
at the age of 39.
What would you do now in Iraq? is the question confronting the
Democratic presidential candidates.
CLARIFICATION: In last week's editorial "Dean With a Small 'd,'" we mentioned Dick
Gephardt's refusal to sign a campaign-reform pledge. The pledge, which
strengthens public financing for future elections, is not binding for
the upcoming primaries. Gephardt claims it should be. (11-19-03)
In 2000, George W. Bush won 48 percent of the national vote, against a
combined total of 52 percent for Al Gore and Ralph Nader.
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- Why Is a Nice Network Like MSNBC Silencing Protest Over Pro-Israeli Coverage?
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