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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

John Ensign- Collins For Senate


Hello, I'm Senator John Ensign, Chairman of the NRSC. My friend Susan Collins of Maine is running for re-election to the U.S. Senate.

As a Senator, Susan has worked hard on the issues that matter most to Maine -- reforming our national intelligence program, improving our disaster response system and promoting a stronger education system for our children. Her dedication to the people of Maine, and to all Americans, began in 1996 when she was elected to her first term in the U.S. Senate.

Susan has fought hard to protect the safety of our nation's ports and to prevent terrorist attacks on chemical facilities. As a tireless advocate for children, Susan authored the law that allows teachers a tax deduction when they spend their own money on classroom supplies. She also serves as co-chair of the Senate Alzheimer's caucus and is a member of the Senate's Special Committee on Aging.

While in the Senate, Susan has earned praise from many in the state including the Portland Press Herald that commended Collins' moderation and bipartisan style.

But Susan can't do this alone -- it takes your support both financially and in the voting booth in November 2008 to make these goals a reality. Thank you for your support of the NRSC and for my friend Susan Collins.

http://www.SusanCollins.com

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Ann's Idea Of Heaven



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Battle Of The Primaries

The Iowa caucuses are traditionally the first votes cast in the presidential race, but this primary and caucus season is like none we've ever seen. Jeff Greenfield reports.

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Killer 'Superbug' Prevalent

The government says that more than 94 thousand Americans a year are getting a deadly staff infection resistant to antibiotics. Dr. Jon LaPook reports that the "superbug" has just taken another life.

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Flap Over Jena 6 Hearing

Sparks flew in the "Jena 6" hearing as Congressional Democrats charged justice department officials with ignoring hate crimes against blacks. Chip Reid reports from Washington.

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Feds Urge Lenders To Refinance

The federal government has started a program to encourage mortgage lenders to refinance high-interest subprime loans rather than foreclosing. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Putin's Power Play With Iran

Russia's President Vladimir Putin warned the West not to attack Iran, but held back on providing that nation with nuclear assistance. Richard Roth reports.

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First Look- 'Evening News'

Only On The Web: Wyatt Andrews previews tonight's "Evening News with Katie Couric" with stories about the sub-prime mortgage crisis, the drought in the South and the presidential primaries.

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Credit Crisis Not Over

As America's top banks band together to bail out the shaky credit market, Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke warns the housing slump will continue to drag down the economy. Susan McGinnis reports.

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Early Autism Detection

Julie Chen speaks with autism expert Amy Wetherby about what parents need to know about the disease's early signs and how the Internet can be used as a helpful resource tool.

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Bonfire Of The Vatican

A photo of a bonfire taken near the hometown of Pope John Paul II on the second anniversary of his death shows what believers say is an image of the late pontiff. Sheila MacVicar reports.

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The Global Common Good

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When is war justified? Is the use of torture ever acceptable? Do we have a moral responsibility to intervene against atrocities thousands of miles away? These are some of the issues addressed in a new book by policy experts and faith leaders, published by the Center for American Progress. Pursuing the Global Common Good argues that U.S. foreign policy must go beyond preconceived notions of national self-interest and security by including our ethical obligations to the global community. Whether arguing against unjust wars or for our responsibility to lead against global warming, these essays dispel the faulty view that our national interests conflict with our ethical obligations. To the contrary, they make a strong case that we can do better by doing good because our nation's self-interest and its moral responsibilities are intertwined.


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Who Do You Support?

Politico asks Take Back America: Who would you vote for?

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Who Do You Support?

Politico asks Take Back America: Who would you vote for?

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