September 19, 2003
Distorting the language

In reporting on Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark's flip-flop on whether he would support, the New York Times report spins like a Clark campaign operative. On the third day of his campaign, Gen. Wesley K. Clark struggled today to clarify his statement on Thursday that he would "probably" have voted for the Congressional resolution […]

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September 19, 2003
And the overnight poll results are in

A day after announcing that "On balance, I probably would have voted for it (the war on Iraq)," Democrat presidential candidate Gen. Wesley Clark bravely ran away. "I would have never voted for war," Clark told Reuters before delivering a foreign policy speech at the University of Iowa. "I'm a soldier. I understand what war's […]

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September 19, 2003
Primary Sources

The Nutty Ninth Circuit has posted various documents on their Web site [Adobe Acrobat Reader required] related to the October 7 recall. Two of the documents, which thankfully are not couched in legalese, are informative. The first is from former Secretary of State Bill Jones, who was quoted in the three-judge panel's as having "banned" […]

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Politico today was a kneepads treatment of Warnock.

I don't mind someone thinks he was a better choice than Walker, but my G-d is he horrible and they touched on none of it. The lying in the corporate media is insane.

You could tell immediately from this NY Times article that the President of Peru is a leftist because the NY Times never mentions it. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/12/07/world/americas/peru-pedro-castillo-coup.html?smtyp=cur&smid=tw-nytimes

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