Clinton’s National Security Adviser GUILTY of Hiding Docs

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Clinton’s national security adviser removed classified documents from the National Archives, hid them under a construction trailer and later tried to find the trash collector to retrieve them, the agency’s internal watchdog said Wednesday.

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Iraq Study Group Compared to Neville Chamberlain Negotiations with Hitler

“Airplane!” Creator Jeff Zucker compares James Baker and his Iraq study group to Neville Chamberlain’s negotiations with Hitler prior to WWII in this comic video.

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Local Vote Embarrassing Iran President

TEHRAN, Iran — President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suffered an embarrassing blow in local council races, according to partial election results Monday, in voting viewed as a sign of public discontent with his hard-line stance. The balloting represented a partial comeback for opponents of Ahmadinejad…

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Tony Snow: ‘We Will Win, We Have to Win’

Snow, asked Monday if Bush still believes the United States is winning, said, “I think at this point it ceases to be fruitful to jump into this.” He said that “we will win and we have to win.”

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Audio: Rush Limbaugh: Obama’s wife works closely with Wal-Mart

Her income coincidentally jumped when her husband [Barack Hussein Obama] was elected to the United States Senate… “She is on the board of Chicago company and its biggest customer is Wal-Mart, while her husband is out doing everything in the world along with the Democrats to destroy it. More hypocrisy,…

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Gates: Iraq Failure Would Be ‘Calamity’

Robert Gates assumed the helm at the Pentagon on Monday, warning in his first public remarks as defense secretary that failure in Iraq would be a “calamity” that would haunt the United States for years.
The former CIA chief pledged to give President Bush his honest advice on the costly and unpopular war, and said he would go to Iraq soon…

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Reid: Brief Troop Increase OK in Iraq

WASHINGTON — The Senate’s top Democrat offered qualified support Sunday for a plan to increase U.S. troops in Iraq, saying it would be acceptable as part of a broader strategy to bring combat forces home by 2008.

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