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Judge Roberts Seizure Unexplained – Could Have Experience Jet Lag But Doctors Are Still Uncertain – Fatigue Could Play Role

Judge Roberts Seizure Unexplained – Could Have Experience Jet Lag But Doctors Are Still Uncertain – Fatigue Could Play Role

2004 Moot Court

(Best Syndication) United State Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts told President Bush Tuesday that he was doing well after his seizure on Monday. Roberts was vacationing at his summer retreat in Maine when he fell backwards while stepping up the stairs of his dock.

Whitehouse Press Secretary Tony Snow said “The chief justice assured him that he was doing fine. The president was reassured.” Snow said the Chief Justice sounded in good spirits.

The 52 year old Roberts waived to onlookers before getting into a waiting sports utility vehicle after his release from the hospital Tuesday. He was then taken to a dock where he boarded a pontoon boat for his trip back to Hupper Island, near Port Clyde, Maine.

Carl Rove Subpoenaed And Demands For Gonzales Perjury Probe

Carl Rove Subpoenaed And Demands For Gonzales Perjury Probe

Chuck Schumer

(Best Syndication) The Senate Judiciary Committee subpoenaed Carl Rove, the Whitehouse guru to President George W. Bush and demanded a perjury probe against Attorney General Alberto Gonzales concerning his testimony before congress. The perjury probe was prompted by testimony earlier in the week by Monica Goodling, who admitted that she “crossed the line” when interviewing applicants for career attorney positions.

Goodling, a former Justice Department aide and White House liaison, said they measured political ideology when considering applicants for the attorney positions. In fact she went as far as researching political campaign contributions. There are worries that the judicial branch could be purposely stacked in favor of one political party.

YouTube May Change Politics Forever – Candidates Use Video Sharing Site To Spread Their Message And CNN Benefits With Debate

YouTube May Change Politics Forever – Candidates Use Video Sharing Site To Spread Their Message And CNN Benefits With Debate

Obama During The Debate

(Best Syndication) The Cable News Network (CNN) teamed up with worlds largest video sharing and hosting website, YouTube, to present the Democrat debates Monday night. The uniqueness of the debate has been both criticized and praised, but there has never been anything like it before.

If you ever wanted to ask a Presidential candidate a question from your home, and see the answer with millions of others on television, this debate was for you. If you don’t believe that politicians should answer questions posed by the public, and the candidates should be questioned by the media only, you would not have liked the debate.

Iraq is no longer the most important issue facing America

Iraq is no longer the most important issue facing America

U.S. Navy Builder 1st Class Jeff
Brantley inspects the surface of a
freshly poured foundation on Balad
Air Base in Iraq April 23, 2007

It is done. The country no longer exists. The American government and people destroyed it out for reasons that might never be known. What we in the here and now need to understand is that the United States of America, the benevolent superpower that claimed victory in the Cold War, consciously and deliberately attacked a country that had no means of defending itself from the weaponry that was used upon it for unknown reasons that fell outside any benefit to this country.

It was a ruthless and arrogant abuse of power committed because the government convinced the general public that it was something that needed to be done. Throughout the commission of the naked aggression the national government allowed for a concentration of power under the executive office to the point that the president decided that his role over the dismantling of another sovereign country and providing for (what he considered to be) the security of this country transcends any constitutional principle or oversight duties of Congress.

Bush Promises Veto For Head Start and Children Health Programs – Blames Congress For Not Acting on Iraqi Spending Proposal

Bush Promises Veto For Head Start and Children Health Programs – Blames Congress For Not Acting on Iraqi Spending Proposal

Iraqis oversee work underway
at Baghdad's first modern landfill

(Best Syndication) The President is expected to veto a job training, health and education bill passed by Congress yesterday. The Bush administration complained that the Democrats added too much spending to the bill, which includes $152 billion for social programs including special education, community health centers, Head Start and health research.

The bill passed the House yesterday by a vote of 276-140. This margin would not be enough to override the promised veto from the Whitehouse. The President called the bill “irresponsible”.

The President also promised to veto a $35 billion expansion of the children's health-insurance program that would be financed through higher tobacco taxes. The Senate Finance Committee voted 17-4 yesterday to reauthorize the State Children's Health Insurance Program.

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