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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Democrats' Extreme Friends- US Marines "Unwelcome Intruders"


Liberal extremists on the City Council of Berkeley, California recently passed a resolution labeling brave United States Marines as unwelcome and uninvited visitors within the city's boundaries. According to the Sacramento Bee, "... City Council ... labeled military recruiters stationed [in Berkeley] as 'intruders' and pronounced them a 'violent influence' on the city's youth"

Additionally, the Sacramento Bee reported, "It [the Berkeley City Council] also gave the anti-war group Code Pink a permanent parking space in front of the recruiting office, from which it could stage its frequent protests." (Sacramento Bee, 2/12/08)

Senate Democrats are blocking the Senate from saying anything official about this situation and allowing this outrageous insult by the city of Berkeley to go unanswered.

Senate Republicans are committed to supporting our troops and fighting back against the radical Senate Democrat agenda.

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Romney Endorses McCain

CBS News RAW: Mitt Romney formally endorsed John McCain's presidential bid, saying the Arizona Senator is best-equipped to lead America in the war against global jihad.

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Valentine's Treat From Clinton

Journalists following Hillary Clinton got a Valentine's surprise as the senator gave out chocolates on her campaign plane. Clinton called one producer's girlfriend and apologized for keeping him away.

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Candidates Hone Strategy

As the presidential candidates continue stumping, Hillary Clinton faces two must-win contests, Barack Obama focuses on the economy, and John McCain focuses on Obama. Susan Roberts reports.

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Hillary- Speeches Vs Solutions

CBS News RAW: Speaking at a town hall at a General Motors plant in Ohio, Hillary Clinton knocks her Democratic rival Barack Obama, saying "My opponent makes speeches. I offer solutions."

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 02-13

Ramy Inocencio gives you a ringside seat to the biggest 2008 White House plays of the week. This week: Trinity win of Potomac primaries for Barack! Hillary's star hopes to shine on Texas! John McCain hurtles past Mike Huckabee!

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Eye To Eye- Michelle Obama

Only On The Web: In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Katie Couric speaks with Michelle Obama about her husband's presidential bid and why she thinks he is best qualified to lead the nation.

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Romney Endorses McCain

Putting aside past disagreements, Mitt Romney formally endorsed John McCain at a press conference in Boston, adding fuel to the Arizona senator's frontrunner status.

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Meet Michelle Obama

In an exclusive interview, Michelle Obama talks with Katie Couric about her career, her family, and her husband's historic quest for the presidency.

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Spy Satellite To Be Shot Down

The U.S. is preparing to shoot down an out-of-control spy satellite full of enough toxic fuel to damage an area the size of two football fields. David Martin reports.

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U.S. To Shoot Down Satellite

CBS News Space Analyst Bill Harwood discusses the government's plan to shoot down a wayward satellite and takes a look at the latest from Shuttle Atlantis.

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MoneyWatch

Fed chairman Ben Bernanke says the economy's outlook is getting worse. And giants in the chocolate industry are under fire for price fixing. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Gloomy Economy In Forecast

Fed chairman Ben Bernanke foresees hard days ahead for the economy, while many question whether the Bush administration's plan will help. Alexis Christoforous reports

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports that Wall Street is watching for a new interest rate cut; Yahoo is discussing a partnership with News Corp.; and retailers expect good returns on Valentine's Day.

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Evening News Pt. 1

Thursday: Gunman opens fire at Northern Illinois Univ.; U.S. to shoot down faltering spy satellite; FEMA to move Gulf Coast residents out of toxic trailers; and Katie Couric talks to Michelle Obama.

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: Gunman opens fire at Northern Illinois Univ.; U.S. to shoot down faltering spy satellite; FEMA to move Gulf Coast residents out of toxic trailers; and Katie Couric talks to Michelle Obama.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Thursday: Gunman opens fire at Northern Illinois Univ.; U.S. to shoot down faltering spy satellite; FEMA to move Gulf Coast residents out of toxic trailers; and Katie Couric talks to Michelle Obama.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: Gunman opens fire at Northern Illinois Univ.; U.S. to shoot down faltering spy satellite; FEMA to move Gulf Coast residents out of toxic trailers; and Katie Couric talks to Michelle Obama.

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Obama Moves With Words

Tracey Smith reports on Barack Obama's powerful ability to move people with words. And republican strategist Frank Luntz, author of "Words That Work," shares his enthusiasm for Obama with Harry Smith.

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Speedo Unveils New Suit

The Speedo enters the space age with a new racing suit partially designed by NASA and record holder Michael Phelps. Harry Smith reports.

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Tiny Town's Big Dog Fight

While the mayor of Alice, Tx. was dog-sitting for a local family she told them their pet, Puddles, had died when he was actually alive. A dog fight has ensued over custody. Gabe Caggiano reports.

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Getting Paid For Downsizing

Dave Price visits National Guard Products, a company believing in "downsizing" employees, that is they pay them to lose weight because it saves money in health care costs.

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Did GOP Pitch Around Clemens?

Did Republicans pitch Roger Clemens softball questions? Maggie Rodriguez speaks to radio host Chris "Mad Dog" Russo and Republican Congressman Darrel Issa.

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Who's Telling The Truth?

Roger Clemens testified in Congress that he never used steroids as his former friend and trainer, Brian McNamee, sat at the same table and said Clemens did. Bob Orr reports.

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VALENTINES FOR OBAMA

VALENTINES FOR OBAMA

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