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Monday, March 3, 2008

Tom Udall- Will He Condemn This?


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"

Tom Udall still has not cosponsored a bill that would penalize these liberal extremists. Udall even sided with liberals against body armor and additional health care for our troops.

Stop liberal extremists. www.UdallAgainstUsAll.com

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Mark Udall- Will He Condemn This?


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"

Mark Udall still has not cosponsored a bill that would penalize these liberal extremists. Udall even sided with liberals against pay raises and body armor for our troops.

Stop liberal extremists. www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com

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Man In the Arena



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MAKE OR BREAK TUESDAY PREVIEW

MAKE OR BREAK TUESDAY PREVIEW

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Evening News Pt. 1

Monday: On the scene in Ohio, on the eve of a decisive battle between Clinton and Obama. And, Americans desperate for affordable health care go south of the border.

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Evening News Pt. 3

On the scene in Ohio, on the eve of a decisive battle between Clinton and Obama. And, Americans desperate for affordable health care go south of the border.

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Evening News Pt. 4

Monday: On the scene in Ohio, on the eve of a decisive battle between Clinton and Obama. And, Americans desperate for affordable health care go south of the border.

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A Soldier's Life For Harry

Prince Harry's deployment raised British morale and the prospect of his brother, William, entering active duty in the royal navy. Julie Chen talks to author Robert Jobson.

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Iranian President Visits Iraq

Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad paid a landmark visit to Iraq underscoring Iran's influence in the region. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Putin's Man Wins

Russian voters chose Vladimir Putin's handpicked successor, Dmitry Medvedev, for president in an election in which opposition parties were barred from participating. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Ricin Probe Continues

Authorities continue to investigate why vials of the deadly poison ricin were found in a Las Vegas motel. No links to terrorism were found aside from an anarchists' manual. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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'Super' Tuesday, The Sequel

Very high turnout for primaries in Texas and Ohio may favor Sen. Barack Obama, who has virtually erased Sen. Hillary Clinton's lead, and is gaining momentum. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Clinton's Last Stand?

CBS News political consultant Joe Trippi and political pollster Frank Luntz tell Harry Smith Sen. Hillary Clinton will win Ohio and Sen. Barack Obama will take Texas. What matters is by how much.

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Party Prince A Hero Now

Britain's Prince Harry is said to want an army career after spending two months on the frontlines of the war on terror in Afghanistan. Richard Roth reports.

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Looking To Texas And Ohio

David Mark, Sr. Editor for Politico, takes a look at the Texas, Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island primaries and discusses whether or not they are must win states.

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More U.N. Sanctions For Iran

The U.N. has imposed additional sanctions against Iran and its nuclear program. Sanctions are to include travel bans and asset freezes.

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Dems On Middle Class

Only On The Web: Steve Kroft asks Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton about the middle class' quality of life and how they plan to enrich it.

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Dems On Jobs

Only On The Web: Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton talk with Steve Kroft about how they plan to reverse the decline of manufacturing in the United States.

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Dems On Experience

Only On The Web: Barack Obama talks with Steve Kroft about how his experience measures up against Hillary Clinton's resume. And Clinton says that voters will know what to expect if she is president.

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HealthWatch

Meg Oliver reports that walking can boost energy levels; the FDA is considering better ways to warn the public; and hormone replacement therapy causes highly abnormal mammograms.

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Eye To Eye- Family Politics

A father and son, both politically active in Texas, are supporting different Democratic candidates. Katie Couric finds out why.

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Notebook- Ohio

The way Ohio votes may show which candidate will go on to win the White House. No one has won a general election without the Buckeye state for the past 50 years. Katie Couric comments.

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports on upcoming financial reports; Northrop Grumman beats Boeing for a $40 billion air force contract; and a new career Web site for people who are working past retirement.

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Dems Get Set For Texas, Ohio

As pivotal races draw near in Texas and Ohio, Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are making their final pitches to voters. Dan Ronan reports from Dallas.

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Left Hook, Right Cross! 03-03

Ramy Inocencio's ringside recap of the 2008 White House fight. Today: Hillary's 'SNL' cameo, Barack taunts Hillary, McCain endorser trouble and Catholic criticism. With analysis by Vaughn Ververs.

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Rolling Oranges

CBS News RAW: Heading to the back of her plane for a news conference, Hillary Clinton participates in a favorite pastime of many campaign reporters and staff: rolling oranges down the aisle.

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Obama At Sombrero Festival

CBS News RAW: Barack Obama makes an unexpected stop at the Sombrero Festival in Brownsville, Texas, close to the Mexican border, where he greets voters and samples the local fare.

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Seeking Health Care In Mexico

Many Americans are crossing the border into Mexico for more affordable health care. And some are traveling from as far away as Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois. Byron Pitts reports.

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Schieffer Talks Texas Voters

Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer is familiar with citizens in this area. Schieffer provides a political commentary on voters' opinions in the Lone Star State.

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Clinton, Obama Vie For Ohio

Many Ohio Democrats are sharply divided in their support for either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. As Jeff Greenfield reports, this could provide for a close race in the upcoming primary election.

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Texans Divided Over Dems

Support in Texas for either Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama is sharply divided among age groups, minorities and sometimes, families. Katie Couric examines these divisions in the Lone Star State.

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Obama Aims For More Wins

Currently in the lead, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama predicts further wins in Texas and Ohio, despite new charges against him from the Clinton campaign. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Can Clinton Make A Comeback?

After 11 straight losses, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton remains focused on delegates in Ohio and Texas, leaving many to wonder what will be the outcome. Jim Axelrod reports.

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