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Senate Resolution: Sing Anthem in English

In lieu of having anything really important to do, the Senate just approved a resolution stating that the national anthem, the Pledge and citizenship oaths should be sung or spoken in English.

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John Kerry and Mary Cheney
Cheney: BBC / Kerry: scottcsmith.net

Kerry Fires Back at Mary Cheney’s Slur

After the vice president’s daughter called him a “son of a bitch” for mentioning her sexuality during a 2004 debate, John Kerry retorts that Mary Cheney “flacked for the most anti-gay administration in history.”
Amen.

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The Motherhood Manifesto
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The Motherhood Manifesto

The co-founder of MoveOn.org and another author argue that mothers need to fight against the wage gap and lack of professional support for moms in American society. (book excerpt)

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Census: Hispanic Baby Boom Driving Population

Hispanics account for 49 percent of the country’s growth from 2004 to 2005, and 70 percent of the growth in children younger than 5, according to a new census report.

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Ray McGovern
From Mother Jones

McGovern: Rumsfeld Drama Evoked Soviet Era

Ray McGovern, the CIA veteran who publicly challenged Donald Rumsfeld last week, tells Buzz Flash in an in-depth interview that the canned applause that accompanied Rumsfeld’s lies reminded McGovern of Cold War-era Russia.

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Michael 'Heckuva Job' Brown
From occoquan.com

Brown Poufed Hair As Katrina Hit, E-mails Say

Former FEMA director Michael “Heckuva Job” Brown told an aide he was “sitting in the chair, putting mousse in my hair” as he waited for a media interview immediately after the Aug. 29 disaster began. He also disputed that levees quickly broke—despite getting reports to that effect.

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Iranians Fault Rice’s Dismissal of Letter

An Iranian diplomat says that Condoleezza Rice squandered a potential “turning point” in U.S.-Iranian relations by her “hasty” rejection of a letter from the Iranian president to Bush. (Read the letter)

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Who Would Jesus Tax
From ThinkProgress

Conservatives Seek to Extend Tax Breaks for Rich

House and Senate conservatives have agreed to spend $70 billion to extend the 15% tax rate on capital gains and dividends until 2010.

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Cory Booker
From politicsnj.com

Rising Star Wins Newark Mayoral Race

The 37-year-old former Rhodes scholar, who is black, won in a landslide. (His last mayoral campaign was the focus of the Oscar-nominated “Street Fight.”)

 

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approval polls
From the N.Y. Times

Bush at New Low in N.Y. Times/CBS Poll

Bush’s 31% rating (which echoes a USA Today/Gallup poll) equals the low-water mark of his father’s presidency, and is the third-lowest approval rating of any president in the last 50 years.

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