The Bush administration is using Ronald Reagan’s death to boost Bush’s failing campaign. They are eulogizing Reagan because they are hoping to win back support for George W. Bush and the right-wing Republican agenda.
BECKLEY, W.Va. – John and Betty Shumate opened their Beckley home to an out-of-town visitor. Rev. Jesse Jackson took his seat on the Shumates’ front porch as 100 neighbors streamed in for autographs, homemade pie and talk of the issues of the day.
UnitedHealth Group CEO William McGuire co-hosted a $1.4 million fundraiser on August 26, 2003, for President Bush, and has personally raised more than $100,000 for President Bush’s re-election campaign.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Over 2,000 seniors and people of all ages with disabilities, along with their caregivers and supporters, rallied June 9 at the State Capitol here.
The Social Security shortfall is half the size of the rise in defense spending since 2000.
As attention is focused on the June 19 Bridges for Health Care events in California, prominently represented will be the campaign to save SB2 – the California Senate bill passed last fall and signed by then-Gov. Gray Davis – which would require employers of 50 workers or more to provide health coverage.
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While most of the U.S. mass media have been presenting a rosy, revisionist history of the life of former President Ronald Reagan, who died on June 5, others have presented a more realistic view of Reagan and his political positions and actions.
The Israeli government’s construction of an apartheid-like wall along the West Bank continues to meet with stiff resistance in many Palestinian towns and villages and from Jewish Israeli peace activists.
News Analysis In a stunning rebuff to Attorney General John Ashcroft’s version of the “war on terror,” Sami Omar Al-Hussayen, 34, a Saudi national studying computer science at the University of Idaho in Moscow, was acquitted by an Idaho jury after seven days of deliberation.