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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Sen. Barack Obama's Speech

Listen to a clip from Senator Barack Obama speech after he has secured enough delegates to win the Democratic presidential nomination. (June 3)

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Sen. Hillary Clinton's Speech

Listen to a clip from Senator Hillary Clinton's speech in which she said she will make no decision on the future of her campaign. (June 3)

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TV Ad- Convictions




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Estamos Unidos con McCain - New Mexico Radio Ad

New Mexico Radio Ad

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Estamos Unidos con McCain - Nevada Radio Ad

Nevada Radio Ad.

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Boulder Liberal, Mark Udall


Mark Udall is inspired by Boulder, lives in Boulder and votes in Boulder -- a bastion of liberal views.

www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com

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The ID Divide - HIGHLIGHTS

http://www.americanprogress.org/pressroom/releases/2008/06/ID_Divide_Release.html This spring, 12 nuns were turned away from voting booths during the Indiana presidential primary because they lacked state identification (none of them drove). This was a stark reminder that the recent Supreme Court ruling that upheld Indiana's voter ID law poses lasting consequences for our democracy. This issue of voter identification is just one of the identification issues addressed in a major new report by Cassandra Butts and Peter Swire: "The ID Divide: Addressing Problems of Identification and Authentication in American Society." Much like the "digital divide," the ID Divide is an easily overlooked but vital reality that affects many in our country. Over 20 million adult citizens lack government-issued photo ID, while victims of identity theft and those put on watch lists also fall on the wrong side of the divide. Badly-designed new ID programs, furthermore, may well impose large costs on ordinary citizens, including raising the risk of identity theft. The report stems from the Progressive Identity Project, which included experts in the many areas affected by identification issues: national and homeland security, immigration, voting rights, electronic health records, computer security, and privacy and civil liberties. The report proposes six new Progressive Principles for Identification, and sets forth a comprehensive approach for how the next administration should address issues of identification and authentication. Featured Panelists: Jim Harper, Director of Information Policy Studies, Cato Institute Bruce Schneier, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, BT Counterpane Peter P. Swire, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress; C. William O'Neill Professor at the Moritz College of Law of the Ohio State University Tova A. Wang, Vice President for Research, Common Cause Moderated by: Cassandra Q. Butts, Senior Vice President for Domestic Policy, Center for American Progress

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RFK, Jr. - Mountaintop Mining



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If Clinton Concedes the Race

WSJ's Gerald Seib discusses the likelihood of Hillary Clinton conceding her election bid, and how it would affect the Democratic Party. (June 3)

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Young People & The Economy - ASK THE EXPERT

How do young people think about the economy? What separates young people's views from those of older generations? What role will young people's economic views play in the elections? Amanda Logan of the Center for American Progress answers these questions in the latest installment of CAP's ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Kotecki- 06/03/08

On the last day of the primaries, Hillary Clinton holds a rally in New York. I have just one piece of advice.

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Bernanke's Comments Chill Gold Markets

Thomas Winmill of The Midas Fund speaks to Paul Lin about inflation, and how Fed Chairman Bernanke's comments about the dollar chilled gold markets. (June 3)

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Final Courtship of Super Delegates

Tonight's Democratic primaries involve relatively small states, so the delegate count won't change much. But the people to watch are the super delegates, says Fox's Doug Luzader. (June 3)

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GM Closing Four Truck Plants, Steps Up Car Production

GM CEO Rick Wagoner says GM will shift its focus to more fuel-efficient autos and Ben Bernanke speaks in Barcelona. (June 3)

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RFK, Jr. - Terror and Consent



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CLIMATE CHANGE ACT- Boxer, Warner Debate

6.03.08: Day 2 of Senate debate on climate change bill

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CLIMATE CHANGE ACT- Sen. Isakson

6.03.08: Day 2 of Senate debate on climate change bill

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CLIMATE CHANGE ACT- Sponsor Barbara Boxer

6.03.08: Day 1 of Senate Debate Day

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BARACK & HILLARY- THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

BARACK & HILLARY: THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

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