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Archive for March 10th, 2007

Deborah Palfrey, D.C. Madame, Had 10,000 Clients

Deborah Palfrey, former owner of the Pamela Martin Escort Service, talks to CNN. She had 10,000 Clients in D.C.

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DAILY SHOW: W’s Reaction to Libby Trial

Libby Misbehavin’
Ding dong the witch is dead! LOL

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Giuliani’s Private Life May Hurt His Run


ALBANY, N.Y. — Ronald Reagan was divorced, had chilly relations with some of his children, and still easily won two terms as president. Rudy Giuliani has been thrice married and twice divorced, has chilly relations with his children, and wants to be elected president.

Twenty-seven years after Reagan became the only divorced candidate to win the presidency, the former New York City mayor is hoping that when it comes to family values, voters will be as accommodating.

They may not be.

Republican strategists say Giuliani’s troubled family relationships are likely to hinder his standing among conservatives who already have questions about his positions on social issues. They say the estrangement could raise a question in voters’ minds: If Giuliani can’t keep his family together, how will he keep the country together?

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In Debt We Trust – America Before the Bubble Bursts

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WASHINGTON — Another day, another scandal. The Justice Department’s improper and illegal use of the USA Patriot Act has Attorney General Alberto Gonzales in trouble, an all-too-familiar circumstance for President George W. Bush’s inner circle.

The last thing a troubled president needs is another friend in trouble.

“This strikes me as another blow for the administration,” said Republican consultant Joe Gaylord.

He was not the only Republican fretting about the Republican president’s White House after a Justice Department audit criticized the FBI’s use of extraordinary powers, granted after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, to obtain personal information secretly.

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Two familiar faces will soon be dogging Senator John McCain on the campaign trail, as activist Vietnam Veterans Jerry Kiley and Ted Sampley resume a campaign they have conducted for years against the Arizona Republican and former prisoner of war.

Jerry Kiley filed papers last week to establish the nonpartisan group Vietnam Veterans Against John McCain. “When people truly get to know him, there’s no possibility they’ll consider him for president of the United States,” says Kiley, who served in the Army and completed the Internal Revenue Service paperwork to establish the “527” group.

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Former Texas Congressman Tom DeLay, who resigned as Republican Majority Leader after being indicted on state campaign finance charges, is calling for the presidential pardoning of I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, the former aide to Vice President Cheney who was convicted earlier this week on multiple counts of perjury and obstruction of justice.

“The pardon authority is given to the Chief Executive so that he can use his judgment to even up the scales of justice in order to show mercy, or in some cases an acknowledgement by the Chief Executive that the law enforcement roll [sic] that the Executive Branch plays has gone askew,” DeLay writes at his eponymous blog. “In the celebrated case of Mr. Lewis Libby, the prosecution pulled out one of its oldest and most shop-worn tricks. That is: setting up multiple perjury and obstruction of justice traps into which government officials, placed under extraordinary investigatory pressure, might fall.”

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