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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

The Palin Pick

The Journal Editorial Report, Saturdays at 5:30pm ET on Fox News Channel.

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Game on! The Fall Campaign Begins

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Tips on Donating Your Car

About 900,000 people donated their cars in 2004, but that number dropped to about 300,000 by 2005. As tax columnist Tom Herman explains, a new law changed the amount you can deduct for your donation. (Sept. 9)

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Microsoft's 'Delicious' Ad

Watch a Microsoft ad starring Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld. Video courtesy of Microsoft.

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Analyst- Nano's the Big Story

Ross Rubin of the NPD Group says Apple's pumping some life into its media players and taking advantage of its retail presence for the holiday-shopping season. Rex Crum reports. (Sept. 9)

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'We Are a Debtor Nation'

Speaking with Deals Editor Dennis Berman, Mean Street Columnist Evan Newmark claims that the real blame for the Fannie-Freddie mess lies squarely on the American people. As he puts it, "We are a debtor nation." (Sept. 9)

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GM Chevrolet Volt Photos Leaked

General Motors Corp. says photos of the company's highly anticipated battery-powered car, the Chevrolet Volt, were unintentionally leaked to the Internet. The photos weren't meant to be circulated until an upcoming press event. (Sept 9)

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Apple Revamps Product Line

Apple revamped its product line on Tuesday introducing a new iPod Nano, a new iPod Classic, and a new version of iTunes all in time for the holiday season. WSJ's Nick Wingfield reports from San Francisco. (Sept. 9)

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High-End Designs for the Budget-Conscious

Despite slumping sales of women's clothing, WSJ's Cheryl Tan reports retailers are seeing healthy sales in one area -- designers perched at the opening price point of the high-end designer category. (Sept. 10)

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CAUGHT ON TAPE- Franken's Foul-Mouth Friend Strikes Again!


Yesterday, we showed you the angry, foul-mouthed company Bruce Lunsford keeps. Today we re-introduce angry Al Franken's friend . . . William Titelman.

Franken and Titelman, two-foul mouthed peas in pod.

www.FranklyFranken.com

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Ike Heads Into the Gulf Coast

People in Florida were spared a direct hit from Hurricane Ike as it heads into the Gulf Coast region. Cuba and the Bahamas weren't as lucky with the passing hurricane as it ripped through the islands. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Sept. 9)

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New iPods from Apple

Apple CEO Steve Jobs presents a revamped line of iPod music players to an appreciative audience. The line includes lower prices for some models, new colors and a new shape for the iPod Nano. (Sept. 9)

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Mark Udall's Tax Lies


The last time Boulder Liberal Mark Udall tried to remake his tax hiking record, the media called him out on his lie. Now, Mark Udall's running a new ad with the exact same lie.

Here are the real facts on Mark Udall's Tax record. Udall voted for higher taxes and fees more than 60 times, and he voted against tax cuts for families, small businesses and seniors. Udall also voted to provide for the largest tax hike in American history.

More at www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com.

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Outlook for Emerging Markets

Reiner Triltsch, head of international equities at Federated Global Investment, discusses his outlook for emerging-market equities and explains why he is cautious about Russia and enthusiastic about Brazil. (Sept. 9)

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Shifting Sand


When it comes to solving America's energy crisis, Boulder Liberal Mark Udall is as shifty as Middle Eastern sand.

Mark Udall says no to offshore drilling, no to more domestic exploration and no on expanding energy production.

More at www.BoulderLiberalMarkUdall.com.

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Seniors


Today, thousands of Minnesota seniors worry less because Medicare is there for them. But, if Al Franken had his way today's Medicare coverage wouldn't exist. Over 500,000 Minnesota seniors count on Medicare for drugs, but Al Franken says he would have denied them the Medicare coverage that's making life easier.

www.FranklyFranken.com

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The Great Escape-Seperate Ways

The Great Escape from Boston: The Great Escape-The Ultimate Journey Experience-performs Seperate Ways @ Mohegan Sun's Wolf Den

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CarToOn ChaRacterS

LeadbyEG: F.T.C.'s first music video. The storyline is imaginative and UK hip-hop is definatley knocking it outof the park.

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McKeen on Visible Cracks in Tech Sector

Barron's Clare McKeen says that the resilience of the Tech Sector has finally started to crack. With foreign spending declining, Tech starts to show some cracks. (Sept. 9)

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Bhutto Widower New Pakistani President

The widower of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, Asif Ali Zardari, has been sworn in as president of Pakistan. His supporters hope his election will be a step toward stability. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Sept. 9)

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McKeen on Feds Whistling a New Tune

Barron's Clare McKeen says whistleblowers that report tax evasion, whether it be a corporation or an individual, will now be protected and paid to tattle. (Sept. 9)

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Proud


Ronnie Musgrove turned a $230 million budget surplus into a $700 million deficit, declared a state emergency so he could buy new furniture for his office and took $45,000 from two men who pleaded guilty to trying to influence him in connection with the beef plant.

More at www.MusgroveFacts.com.

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Closer Look


Kay Hagan has been in the state legislature for a decade, leaving North Carolina with a doubled state debt, higher sales taxes, higher income taxes and the highest tax burden in the Southeast.

Take it from Kay Hagan: "You only need to look at the kind of state Senator I've been for the last 10 years to see what kind of U.S. Senator I'll be."

More at www.SayNayToKay.com.

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A Bite in the Big Apple

Barron's Associate Editor Andrew Barry warns that investors in some huge apartment complexes face big losses and defaults. (Aug.8)

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Chew


Jeff Merkley claims to be an expert in foreign affairs, but days after Russia invaded Georgia he was more interested in lunch.

Maybe he's bitten off more than he can chew.

www.MustTaxMerkley.com

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Kotecki- 09/09/08

Much adieu about an unbuilt bridge. Turns out there’s plenty of blame to go around!

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Kotecki- 09/09/08

Much adieu about an unbuilt bridge. Turns out there's plenty of blame to go around!

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Kotecki- 09/09/08

Much adieu about an unbuilt bridge. Turns out there's plenty of blame to go around!

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T Boone Pickens at National Clean Energy Summit, Las Vegas

http://www.cleanenergysummit.org/video/video.htmlhttp://www.americanprogress.org/issues/energyT Boone Pickens addresses the National Clean Energy Summit an event that produced an ambitious yet attainable outline for the future of clean energy in America and throughout the world. Nevada Senator Harry Reid, UNLV, and the Center for American Progress Action Fund partnered to host the summit. Bringing together leaders in government, business, science, labor, and research, the summit convened with the goal of developing a set of guiding principles to deliver to the upcoming national political conventions. View video footage from the event, including President William Jefferson Clinton's opening remarks, on the National Clean Energy Summit website -- link above.

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Patriots' Belichick on Brady's Injury

New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick speaks to the media about losing Tom Brady for the season.

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New Poll Numbers

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New Poll Numbers

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Media Web Minute- MSNBC's Brand

Jon Friedman says the news network is seeking a more objective tone in contrast with the liberal identity established by Chris Matthews and Keith Olbermann. (Sept. 9)

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Post-Conventions, McCain Winning on Leadership

Following the Democratic and Republican conventions, a majority of Americans (52%) now consider John McCain a strong and decisive leader, while 41% say the same about Barack Obama.

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Mortgage Rates Tumble

The government takeover of mortgage giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac sent mortgage rates tumbling to 6.2 percent. As Anthony Mason reports, rates should continue to fall within the next few weeks.

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McCain Takes Lead In Poll

John McCain has gained a two point lead over Barack Obama according to a CBS News poll. And, as Chip Reid reports, McCain's choice for running mate gets at least some of the credit.

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Alzheimer's Toll On The Family

Actor David Hyde Pierce talks about the devastating effect that Alzheimer's has on the family and the importance of spreading awareness during an election year. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Bush To Move U.S. Troops

President Bush is to announce a plan that will move U.S. troops from Iraq to Afghanistan by February 2009. The troop withdrawal reflects a decrease in violence in Iraq. David Martin reports.

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street went on a buying spree after the government bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And 99 Cent stores are thinking about raising their prices. Alexis Christoforous reports.

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Shoddy Work On Terror Probe?

British officials blame the CIA for blowing an investigation they say would have convicted a terror team plotting to take down planes headed to the U.S. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Cheap Ol' Republicans?

Ramy Inocencio chats it up with vendors at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota to find out who's cheaper - Democrats or Republicans?

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MoneyWatch

Alexis Christoforous reports stocks fell on the news that Lehman Brothers is in trouble; oil prices drop after OPEC signals they will not cut production; and Apple moves to boost iPod sales.

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Palin Effect Boosts McCain

Sen. John McCain took a two-point lead over Democratic Sen. Barack Obama, according to a new CBS poll. Bob Schieffer tells Harry Smith that Sarah Palin has helped excite the GOP.

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8,000 Troops To Return Home

President Bush has announced that 8,000 U.S. troops will return home from Iraq by February 2009. And, additional American troops will be deployed to Afghanistan.

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Notebook- Where They Stand

This election, CBS Evening News will focus on the major issues in a series titled "Where They Stand." CBS will allow viewers to make an informed decision by examining each candidate's plans.

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Was Palin Properly Vetted?

Alaska State Senate Pres. Lyda Green (R) says that she does not know of any Republican in that state who was interviewed by the McCain campaign during the vetting process. John Blackstone reports.

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RAW FOOTAGE- Court sacks Thai PM over TV cooking show

A Thai court stripped Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej on Tuesday of his post for taking payments for hosting TV cooking shows, but the governing coalition said it was ready to vote him back into power.

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Deadly Ike cuts across Cuba, killing four

Hurricane-force gusts have lashed Cuba, as Ike brought pounding rain and towering waves across the country leaving four people dead. Baracoa on the east coast saw hundreds of homes destroyed.

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Cyprus on the EU front line for asylum seekers

About 11,000 asylum seekers are in Cyprus. They all hope for a better future, but for now they have to be patient: applications take months, sometimes years to process.

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Pakistan-Benazir Bhutto's widower became the new president

Asif Ali Zardari became Pakistan's president Tuesday and faced immediate pressure to combat the Islamic militant insurgency that has engulfed the nation in the past year, as well as a struggling economy.

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Ike slams Cuba

Hurricane Ike plowed across Cuba Tuesday, killing four people with tearing winds and lashing rains as it headed toward the Gulf of Mexico and the United States.

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