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Thursday, March 6, 2008

What's "More Important" To Mark Udall


We asked Mark Udall to penalize liberal extremists that attacked U.S. soldiers (see "Mark Udall: Will He Condemn This?").

His response?

"Congress has much more important work to do ..."

So what's "more important" to Mark Udall?

Renaming a post office in Ohio? "Congratulating the U.S. Women's Soccer Team," "Honoring the 50th anniversary of the International Geophysical Year."

Yet Udall found it unimportant to cosponsor legislation penalizing extremists that attacked U.S. Marines.

And he voted against pay raises and body armor for our troops.

Tell Mark Udall to get his priorities straight.

Tell him it is important to support our troops.

www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com

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Loser Of The Day- Al Franken


MSNBC anchor Dan Abrams declares Al Franken 'Loser Of The Day' for failing to pay Workers' Compensation Insurance for his employees for nearly three years.

www.FranklyFranken.com

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RFK Jr. w. Congressman Henry Waxman



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Meet the New Mudslingers



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The Democrats' Generation Gap



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Al Franken Fined


KSTP-TV (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.) reports that Al Franken was fined $25,000 for failure to pay workers' compensation insurance for employees of his New York company. Franken failed to pay the insurance for nearly three years.

Learn more about the real Al Franken at www.FranklyFranken.com

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HILLARY MUZZLES BILL... But for How Long???

HILLARY MUZZLES BILL... But for How Long???

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NYC Bomber On Tape?

Surveillance tapes provide key evidence to investigators of the bombing of a military recruitment center in Times Square. Jeff Glor reports.

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Where Have All The Bats Gone?

Bats are dying from mysterious causes. Some biologists claim pesticides are to blame, but others think the bats are the latest casualty of global warming. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Dems Eye Sunshine State

Stripped of its delegates, Democrats in Florida and Michigan are demanding their votes be counted by the Democratic National Committee as the nomination race heats up. Nancy Cordes reports.

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NYC Explosion On Tape

Caught On Tape: A surveillance camera captured the aftermath of a military recruitment center bombing in Times Square. A witness reportedly saw a "suspicious" bicyclist on the island before the explosion.

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Mayor- We're Not Intimidated

CBS News Raw: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls the bombing of a military recruitment an insult to U.S. armed forces and says that New Yorkers are not intimidated.

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Hillary Plays Hard Ball

CBS News RAW: After wins in Ohio and Texas, Hillary Clinton discussed the upcoming election saying Barack Obama can only bring an outdated speech in an election against John McCain.

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Dean- Voter Turnout Terrific

Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean says the Clinton-Obama battle is good politics. He also tells Harry Smith what could happen if Michigan and Florida delegates are counted.

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Exercising Energy Discipline

As crude prices soar, so does the cost of gas. Oil analyst Tom Kloza tells Maggie Rodriguez that Americans are going to need to exercise more energy discipline to combat the high costs.

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Obama Criticizes Clinton

After losses in the TX and Ohio primaries, Sen. Barack Obama sharpens criticism of Sen. Hillary Clinton. Also, some are calling for "do-over" primaries in Fla. and MI. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Explosion Wakes Times Square

A small explosive device causes minor damage to a military recruiting station in Times Square. Tourists could feel their hotel rooms shaking, the investigation is ongoing. Jeff Glor reports.

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The Icahn Lift

Some call Carl Icahn a corporate raider, others an activist shareholder. But no matter what the label, as Lesley Stahl reports, Icahn has the golden touch to make lots of money.

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Blasts In Baghdad

CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons discusses the twin bomb blasts in Baghdad and looks ahead to possible surges in violence the spring.

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Evening News Pt. 3

Thursday: Subprime foreclosures hit an all-time high; the government admits a link between vaccines and autism in one girl; a massacre at a Jerusalem seminary; and what is happening to America's bats?

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Evening News Pt. 1

Thursday: Subprime foreclosures hit an all-time high; the government admits a link between vaccines and autism in one girl; a massacre at a Jerusalem seminary; and what is happening to America's bats?

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Evening News Pt. 2

Thursday: Subprime foreclosures hit an all-time high; the government admits a link between vaccines and autism in one girl; a massacre at a Jerusalem seminary; and what is happening to America's bats?

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Evening News Pt. 4

Thursday: Subprime foreclosures hit an all-time high; the government admits a link between vaccines and autism in one girl; a massacre at a Jerusalem seminary; and what is happening to America's bats?

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Bush Opposes Subprime Bailout

As the delinquency rate for subprime mortgage climbs, so does the number of home foreclosures. But as Anthony Mason reports, President Bush has no plans to do more for those at risk.

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MoneyWatch

Warren Buffet surpasses Bill Gates as the richest man in the world. And home foreclosures are at an all-time high. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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