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Jesus Camp Shuts Down

The camp depicted in the documentary “Jesus Camp” is set to close due to the backlash generated by scenes depicting, among other things, prayers for President Bush and young children encouraged to speak in tongues.

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globalgayz.com

Mexico City Backs Gay Unions

In the face of heated opposition, Mexico City’s Assembly passed legislation allowing gays the rights and privileges of civil unions.  Mayor Alejandro Encinas is expected to endorse the law, which will also offer protection to heterosexual couples.

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Jim Webb
New York Times

It’s Official.  Finally.

George Allen, the man who some say could’ve been president,  has finally conceded to challenger Jim Webb, at long last putting an end to speculation and granting the Democrats total control of both houses of Congress.

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Bush and Pelosi
From CNN

Watch Out for the Voodoo, Nancy

Using body language suggestive of Gloria Steinem squaring off with Larry Flynt, presumed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took her first post-election meeting with President Bush—engaging in what may have been the least comfortable handshake in modern American political history.

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Iraqi Death Toll

Iraq, by the Numbers

That’s the stunning new count of Iraqis killed in the war, according to that country’s health minister—a figure three times higher than previous Iraqi estimates.

  • The minister based his tally on an estimate of 100 bodies arriving at Iraq’s morgues and hospitals every day. He dismissed as inaccurate the widely touted claim of 655,000 Iraqi dead, made by a British medical journal.

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    Ken Mehlman
    From NBC

    Mehlman to Quit RNC

    CNN reported that Ken Mehlman is going to leave as chair of the RNC. According to CNN’s John King, “He’s been on the gerbil wheel, as one of his close friends put it, for well in excess of six years now, and he’s tired.”

  • Yeah, that, and he just got the biggest spanking of his political life…

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    Maliki & co
    epic-usa.org

    Iraqi Pols Respond to Elections

    Americans weren’t the only ones watching election returns late into the night.  Iraqi politicians, dependent on America for money, power and protection, held a meeting to debate the impact of a Democratic Congress.

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    Stuart Bowen
    interet-general.info

    Billions Wasted in Iraq

    Stuart Bowen of the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction says billions of dollars of Iraq’s national income are lost annually to corruption, with public funds often ending up in the hands of insurgents.  Bowen’s oversight office is set to close due to legislation passed by the Republican Congress.

    Posted on Nov 9, 2006 READ MORE


    Jon Tester
    From JonTester.com

    Meet Sen. Jon Tester

    Curious about the little-known new senator from Montana? He’s a crewcut-sporting farmer and former music teacher whom Time’s Joe Klein called the epitome of the Democratic Party’s populist wing.
    (More after the jump…)

    Posted on Nov 8, 2006 READ MORE


    Webb wins
    AP / Evan Vucci

    Webb Wins and Dems Take Control of Congress, Two News Agencies Report

    The Associated Press and MSNBC have both called the Va. Senate race for Jim Webb, which would give Democrats control of the House and Senate for the first time since 1994.

  • A source in the George Allen camp said the senator was “disinclined” to ask for a formal recount, but would probably not concede any earlier than Thursday.
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    Posted on Nov 8, 2006 READ MORE


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