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South Africa Revises AIDS Policy

The South African government has traditionally taken a head-in-the-sand approach to AIDS, even though the nation is suffering one of the worst epidemics in the world.  However, recent shifts in policy indicate a newfound interest in aggressively addressing the crisis.

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Racial Ads Linked to Smear Artist

The recent spate of racially charged ads against Rep. Harold Ford Jr. have been linked to a Rove acolyte and veteran hitman with a history of dirty campaigning.

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IRS Gets Political

The commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service has delayed the collection of back taxes from Hurricane Katrina victims until after the election in order to avoid political fallout.  Four former IRS commissioners called the move “improper and indefensible.”

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Wonkette

Military Bans Left-Leaning Blog, Permits Right-Wing Site

A Marine stationed in Iraq found he was blocked from accessing the cheeky, left-leaning political blog Wonkette, while he had no problem accessing conservative Michelle Malkin’s site.
Hmmm….

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Rumsfeld
From CNN via ThinkProgress

Rumsfeld to Press: ‘Back Off ... Relax’

The dangerously out-of-touch secretary of defense bristled at reporters’ attempts to challenge him on differences between U.S. and Iraqi officials on benchmarks for progress in Iraq.

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  • U.S. Death Toll in Iraq Worst in a Year

    Already this month, 96 U.S. troops have been killed—the most in one month since October 2005.

    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 READ MORE


    waterboarding
    From USA3

    Cheney Appears to Confirm Waterboarding Use

    In an interview with a conservative radio talk show host, the vice president apparently confirmed that U.S. interrogators waterboarded Al Qaeda suspects.

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    Rolling Stone
    Rolling Stone

    ‘Worst Congress Ever’

    Rolling Stone examines the tragedy and absurdity of the legislature under Bush.  Also, don’t miss its picks for the 10 worst Congress members in America.

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    Bill Frist
    slate.com

    Frist Asks the Impossible

    Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said if Republican candidates want to win in November, they should get voters to focus on issues other than the Iraq war. (h/t: AMERICAblog)

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    Staying the Rhetorical Course

    George Bush has dealt with the failure of his “stay the course” strategy by pretending it never existed, but will other candidates who once abused the phrase follow suit?  And will the media hold them accountable?

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