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President Still Hopes To Sign An Immigration Bill After Senate Rejects It Thursday

President Still Hopes To Sign An Immigration Bill After Senate Rejects It Thursday

President Bush

(Best Syndication) President Bush hopes that the immigration bill that failed in the Senate last Thursday can be revived. In his weekend radio address he said that the two sides in the debate can “still come together on a solution”. The President went on to say that the United States needs border security, employment verification and a way to resolve the “status of the estimated 12 million people who are here illegally.”

Opponents of the bill call it an amnesty program because it will allow the illegal immigrants to stay in this country. The President shot back saying “Amnesty is forgiveness with no penalty for people who have broken our laws to get here. In contrast, this bill requires illegal workers to pay a fine, register with the government, undergo background checks, pay their back taxes, and hold a steady job.

Republican Presidential Debate in New Hampshire – Rudy Giuliani John McCain Mitt Romney Sam Brownback and Ron Paul Story

Republican Presidential Debate in New Hampshire – Rudy Giuliani John McCain Mitt Romney Sam Brownback and Ron Paul Story

Sam Brownback

(Best Syndication) The CNN sponsored Republican debate in New Hampshire was sprinkled with interruptions due to lightning strikes, but the candidates all seemed to get their points across. One poignant moment in the debate came when lightning struck right when former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani was addressing a question concerning abortion. The microphones went dead for a second.

The host, Wolf Blitzer, asked Giuliani to address comments made by Catholic Bishop Thomas Tobin. Tobin compared Giuliani to Pontius Pilate and said, "Rudy's public proclamations on abortion are pathetic and confusing. Even worse, they're hypocritical."

Pope Benedict had a German man jump onto his Popemobile

Pope Benedict had a German man jump onto his Popemobile

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[Best Syndication] During a routine trip around St. Peter’s Square, Pope Benedict riding in his chauffeured convertible and waving to the crowds that gather had a 27-year-old German man that was described as being mental unstable jumped into the car.

The popemobile is uncovered during the local outings, but is covered with bulletproof glass when traveling outside of the area. The man had jumped over a protective barrier and was clinging to the back of the popemobile for quite a few seconds, after whom eight security guards realized he was there and wrestled him to the ground. Pope Benedict did not look back to see what was going on and continued to wave to the crowds.

Michael Moore talks about ‘Sicko’ documentary on Oprah TV Show

Michael Moore talks about ‘Sicko’ documentary on Oprah TV Show

'Sicko'(2007) - Michael Moore

[Best Syndication] Oprah had Michael Moore on today’s show. Moore is a well known documentary maker that has a new film coming out called ‘Sicko’ which challenges the health care industry. ‘Sicko’ will be out in theatres on June 29th.

Moore showed clips from the movie, and said that this movie is not about the 18,000 Americans that die each year because they do not have health insurance; this is about those that do have health insurance.

Moore has set out to show what is going wrong with health insurance, and pharmaceutical companies, and how our government treats prisoners of war better than their own people.

Democrat Debate – Edwards Accuses Hillary and Obama Of Not Speaking Out Loud Enough Against War Spending Bill Last Month

Democrat Debate – Edwards Accuses Hillary and Obama Of Not Speaking Out Loud Enough Against War Spending Bill Last Month

Edwards At CNN Debate

(Best Syndication) In the Democratic Presidential debate on Sunday, candidate John Edwards said that Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama did not take the lead in opposition to the recent Iraq war spending bill. Edwards, a former Senator and Vice Presidential Candidate said that Clinton and Obama “have been quiet" on calling for a plan to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq.

Edwards said that "They went quietly to the floor of the Senate, cast the right vote -- but there is a difference between leadership and legislators." Obama said "The fact is that I opposed this war from the start." Both Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obama did vote no on the spending bill.

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