To listen to John McCain's pleas for more 'guest workers,' expansion of 'free trade' programs that inequitably pit foreigners against Americans and amnesty for illegal aliens already in the U.S. and those still arriving daily, you would get the impression our country desperately needs help from the outside world just to meet its most basic needs.

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May. 28, 2008

WASHINGTON - In a shocking turnabout, the press secretary most known for defending President Bush on Iraq, Katrina and a host of other controversial issues produced a memoir damning of his old boss on nearly every level — from too much secrecy to a less-than-honest selling of the war to a lack of personal candor and an unwillingness to admit mistakes.

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There must be something about springtime in Washington that makes Senators forget where they came from.

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- Additions as of May 25, 2008

One of the funny, little games organizations with an agenda play is to give themselves names that sound good, wholesome, decent and appealing – only to promote ideas that are the very antithesis.

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WASHINGTON - The US is making 'a big and continual push' to capture or kill al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden, but his demise won't end the organization's menace, CIA Director Michael Hayden said Tuesday in an Associated Press interview. The CIA is equally interested in those jockeying to replace bin Laden in what he predicted will be a 'succession crisis.'...

Bin Laden is believed to be hiding in the lawless tribal areas of western Pakistan. .... The CIA has been using armed drones to attack alleged terrorists inside the tribal area, as US military forces are barred from pursuing al-Qaida and Taliban fighters across the Afghan border. ...

Hayden would not say what else the CIA is doing, if anything, to target terrorist enclaves there.

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