|2/28/07||Gore A Hypocrite Over Power Bill|
Al Gore, a leading voice against global warming, is being criticized by a conservative group that claims his Nashville mansion uses too much electricity. Utility records show the Gore family paid an a . . . .
|2/28/07||All The Ex-President`s Money|
Former President Bill Clinton is one of a kind, but we knew that already. No president before him has managed to cash in from his time in office with such shameless abandon. An article in The Washingt . . . .
|2/27/07||Clintons` Charity Not Listed On Senate Disclosure Forms|
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former president Bill Clinton have operated a family charity since 2001, but she failed to list it on annual Senate financial disclosure reports on five occasions.
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|2/26/07||Fragged By An F.O.B.|
Last December, a NEWSWEEK reporter tentatively broached a delicate subject with a longstanding adviser to Hillary Clinton: was there a concern in the Hillary camp that her husband might somehow embarr . . . .
|2/22/07||Hillary`s Southern Charm|
South Carolina`s status as a bright red state has not deterred Hillary Rodham Clinton from trying to use the rock-ribbed Republican stronghold as a catapult to her party`s nomination. In a brilliantly . . . .
|2/21/07||How Hollywood Produced A President|
February marks the birth of presidents Washington and Lincoln. Another president was born in February: Ronald Reagan. While his Hollywood background was ridiculed, it gave Reagan the platform to issue . . . .
|2/13/07||Not Sold On Clinton|
The buzz in Democratic circles for the past two weeks has been over the decision to raise money for Sen. Barack Obama by two or three multimillionaire liberals from Hollywood who were thought to be su . . . .
|2/12/07||Hillary: "I`m The One Person They Are Most Afraid Of"|
"I know what Gingrich tells people privately, I know what DeLay tells people privately, I know what Karl Rove tells people privately," Hillary Clinton said February 11 at the Nashua home of Debra and . . . .
|2/12/07||Giuliani Says Gun Control Helped Reduce N.Y. Rrime|
Rudy Giuliani addressed a potentially troublesome issue with conservative voters, saying his policies as mayor to get handguns off the street helped reduce crime in New York.
"I used gun control as . . . .
|2/7/07||Fighting Crime Tops GOP Priorities|
On February 6 House Republicans outlined a legislative package to curb drug crime, gang violence and child pornography--pushing domestic safety issues they say will help them win back a majority.
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|2/6/07||Columnist, Author de Toledano Dies|
Ralph de Toledano, whose career as a conservative columnist and author spanned more than six decades, is dead at the age of 90. Mr. de Toledano, a co-founder of National Review magazine, built his rep . . . .
|2/5/07||Gore Resists Push For `08 Run|
Former Vice President Al Gore is basking in the global spotlight for nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize and an Oscar, but a growing number of Democrats want him to make another bid for the presiden . . . .
|2/5/07||Hillary Clinton`s Money Train|
At this stage, there simply is no way of estimating how much money the Clinton fund-raising juggernaut is capable of collecting.
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|2/2/07||Happy Birthday, Mr. Reagan|
February 6 would have been Ronald Reagan`s 96th birthday, which is amazing when you consider he is, in a way, more with us than ever: his memory and meaning summoned in political conversation, his nam . . . .
|2/2/07||FEC To Police `527` Groups` Campaign Activities|
The Federal Election Commission says that it will police "527" groups, political organizations that largely operated outside the new campaign finance limits during the 2004 presidential election, by l . . . .
|2/2/07||Hillary Is No Bill|
When it comes to flipping on an issue and making you believe he never said (or did) what, in fact, he said (or did), no one can top Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton could sell snowmobiles to Miamians. Not s . . . .
|2/1/07||Political Report: A New Majority in Congress|
We built an extensive record of accomplishments between 2000 and
2006, and now the enemies of freedom are mustering to capture back
all of this ground-and then some.
|2/1/07||The Campaign Financing Contest|
Since Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and his band of reformers passed the stringent campaign finance law, contributions an individual can give to each candidate per election has jumped from $1,000 to $2,3 . . . .
"As one who has been involved in presidential campaigns -- both intimately and as an occasional adviser -- I would venture to say that two fairly recent events have turned the 2008 election from an al . . . .