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Thursday, January 10, 2008

Not Buying It (2007 Democrat Failures In Review)


Gas prices. Health care. Education. Social Security. Illegal immigration. Instead of doing something about these important issues, the new Democrat Senate has resorted to politics-as-usual in Washington, DC.

Democrats voted to provide for the largest tax hike in American history, slashed $3 billion in border security funding from a bill, and even made children's health care dependent on finding 22 million new smokers.

And that's not even the half of it. Time and again, the do-nothing Democrat Congress has failed us in 2007. Americans deserve better.

We cannot allow 2008 to be yet another year of Democrats failing the American people. We must take action now.

Tell the Democrats: it's time to stop the political games and start getting to work for the American people at www.nrsc.org/NotBuyingIt

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Headzup - Bush's Mine Safety



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Bill Richardson Concedes in Primary

Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH: Bill Richardson is the first to concede to Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Democratic New Hampshire Primary. Richarson finished fourth with just 5 percent of the vote in the Granite State

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Dirty Plans for Appalachia



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David Bender w/ Bob Mulholland



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Al Qaeda - Self-Fulfilling Prophecy



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Animation Shows F-15 Breakup

CBS News RAW: In this Air Force handout animation, an F-15C Eagle fighter jet breaks apart and the pilot ejects safely during a November 2 training exercise in Missouri.

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Bush On Mideast Peace Process

CBS News RAW: After meeting with Israeli and Palestinian leaders, President Bush speaks about the peace process and says an "agreement should happen, and can happen, by the end of this year."

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Bush Optimistic About Mideast

During his first presidential visit to the Palestinian territories, Bush said that he believes Israel and the Palestinians can bridge their differences before he leaves office. Tara Mergener reports.

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Richardson Ends Campaign

CBS News RAW: Governor Bill Richardson has ended his presidential campaign. He said he wanted to make the announcement in New Mexico in front of his constituents.

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Kerry Endorses Obama

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., endorsed Sen. Barack Obama's, D-Ill., presidential bid at a rally in Charleston, S.C., saying Obama "should be the next president of the United States." Joel Brown reports.

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Giuliani Ad- 'Super Bowl'

This Giuliani ad encourages Fla. voters to "turn down the noise" on the "talking heads" and pay attention to "what's at stake": "An economy in peril. A country at war. A future uncertain."

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Candidates Spar Over Economy

For now, the economy is President Bush's problem. But voters want to know what the candidates to succeed him would do about it. How do they compare? Chip Reid reports.

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A Block

Thursday: The Feds signal more rate cuts; The economy takes center stage on Campaign '08; A U.S. offense targest al Qaeda; the Iran tape scandal; stopping deer strikes; and dealing with e-waste.

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D Block

Thursday: The Feds signal more rate cuts; The economy takes center stage on Campaign '08; A U.S. offense targest al Qaeda; the Iran tape scandal; stopping deer strikes; and dealing with e-waste.

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C Block

Thursday: The Feds signal more rate cuts; The economy takes center stage on Campaign '08; A U.S. offense targest al Qaeda; the Iran tape scandal; stopping deer strikes; and dealing with e-waste.

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B Block

Thursday: The Feds signal more rate cuts; The economy takes center stage on Campaign '08; A U.S. offense targest al Qaeda; the Iran tape scandal; stopping deer strikes; and dealing with e-waste.

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Operation Marne Thunderbolt

Operation Marne Thunderbolt is the U.S. military's biggest air strike in more than a year, targeting Al-Qaeda south of Baghdad. Mark Strassmann reports from the frontline.

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Iran- Boat Tape Fabricated

The Bush administration is lodging a diplomatic protest with Iran over what they call an aggressive confrontation at sea. The Iranians have a different version of what happened. Richard Roth reports.

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Bernanke Signals Rate Cut

Joblessness and inflation are on the rise, while home values and consumer confidence are down. The Federal Reserve has signaled more intervention to ward off a recession. Anthony Mason reports.

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Campaign Notebook

An important endorsement from a former presidential candidate tops the CBS News Campaign '08 Notebook. Katie Couric reports.

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Notebook- Troop Surge

Katie Couric comments on the first anniversary of President Bush's plan to send 20,000 troops to Iraq. The surge has not led to political reconciliation and Couric says compromise is needed.

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Afghan Troop Surge Proposed

The Pentagon has proposed a plan to send 3,000 Marines to Afghanistan. If the plan is approved by Defense Secretary Robert Gates it will bring the overall troop total to 30,000. David Martin reports.

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Will Bloomberg Run?

Harry Smith speaks with author and professor Larry Sabato who says New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is looking for an opening to join the presidential race as an independent candidate.

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Bush Meets With Palestinians

President Bush met with Palestinian leaders and said there will be a signed peace treaty before he leaves office. But Israelis are skeptical the visit will make a difference. Bill Plante reports.

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Iran- Pentagon Video Faked

The Pentagon released a video of an alleged confrontation between U.S. naval ships and Iranian speedboats, but Iran says it's a hoax. Harry Smith speaks with retired U.S. Army Col. Jeff McCausland.

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Recession On The Way?

Goldman Sachs predicts an economic downturn this year, due to the housing slump and consumer fears that could become a recession. Anthony Mason reports.

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Stahl's Reporter's Notebook

Lesley Stahl talks about interviewing Facebook's CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg is said to be worth $3 billion for creating the second-most popular social networking Internet site.

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War Against Women

The civil war in Congo is an ethnic conflict, but gender has become a crucial factor, too, as women bearing the brunt of one of teh horrible weapons used in the war: rape.

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Candidates Look Ahead To Next Primaries

With Iowa and New Hampshire behind them, the 2008 Presidential Candidates are looking forward to the next round of primaries and caucuses. David Epstein, Professor of Political Science at Columbia University, weighs in.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on projections of a possible recession and the government's likely response; and Walgreens will offer DHL shipping in its stores.

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