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  • ...desta]], the head of [[Barack Obama]]'s presidential transition team after the 2008 election and former Chief of Staff for President [[Bill Clinton]]. ...scipline among the pro-Obama organizations, with a direct tie to the White House.
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  • The following are '''external articles''' related to '''[[Grover Norquist]]'''. .../opeds/index.html Norquist's articles] for the ''[[American Spectator]]'', the [[American Enterprise Institute]] and other venues
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  • ...Legislation." --Declaration of Independence, the Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America, July 4, 1776. ==George W. Bush on the Constitution==
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  • [[Image:Hillary.jpg|100px|thumb|Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Secretary of State]] ...e confirmed Clinton as [[U.S. Department of State|Secretary of State]] for the [[Obama administration]].
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  • ...epartment of Homeland Security]]) bills that were introduced to the Senate on January 7, 2003. ...ecting Our Children Comes First Act of 2007 (became Public Law No: 110-240 on Jun 3, 2008).
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  • ...s of dollars in corporate taxes.<ref name="Grassroots Leadership"/><ref>In the Public Interest, [http://www.inthepublicinterest.org/organization/correctio ...Incarceration], organizational website, accessed August 7, 2013.</ref><ref>The Sentencing Project, [http://www.sentencingproject.org/template/page.cfm?id=
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  • ...gton D.C."[http://www.hsv1.net/advisory.htm] On the Board of Governors for the [[Partnership for Public Service]]. ...nd equality in civil rights, both in the treatment of its employees and in the execution of its programs."[http://www.hsv1.net/advisory.htm]
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  • ...y, in February 2010, President Barack Obama signed a one-year extension of the act's three provisions that were set to expire. ...to_historical_laws_and_official_acts The Decree of the Reich President for the Protection of People and State] (Reichstag Fire Decree), Germany, February
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  • ...was subsequently co-sponsored by [[John B. Larson]] (10/16/2001) following the events of 9/11. ...or consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned."[http://www.chaosacrossamerica.com/Bills/House107th/HR1292.htm]
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  • ...h|Bush]] [[Bush administration|administration]], the [[Republican National Committee]] and "their consultants." [http://www.cfinst.org/studies/ElectionAfterRefo ...established in 2001 to support [[George W. Bush]]'s "agenda for America." The PFA Voter Fund, which was set up in 2004, raised $38 million in support of
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  • ...sed July 25, 2017.</ref> The Federalist Society is an associate member of the right-wing [[State Policy Network]] (SPN) <ref>State Policy Network, [https ...e and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be. The Society seeks to promote awareness of these principles and to further their
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  • ...ctions'' magazine defines astroturf as a "grassroots program that involves the instant manufacturing of public support for a point of view in which either ...nsider, is credited with coining the term "astroturf lobbying" to describe the synthetic grassroots movements that now can be manufactured for a fee by co
    30 KB (4,216 words) - 18:59, 11 October 2017
  • ...delay on the vote, [and the Committee was rescheduled to] vote on Estrada on January 30, 2003. On [http://www.prolife.org/nat99.html September 4, 2003], Estrada withdrew his
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  • ...nd the law" when they went after Rich on tax evasion charges, according to the March 2001 testimony of [[I. Lewis Scooter Libby]] ...overnment Reform Committee continued its hearings and the Senate Judiciary Committee geared up for its own proceedings.
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  • ...rily fired, intimidated and defamed anyone who has had the courage to tell the truth about Iraq." [http://www.kintera.org/AccountTempFiles/cf/%7bE9245FE4- ...nell.edu/constitution/constitution.articleiii.html#section3 Article III of the Constitution] states
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  • ...to 185 tons in 2001, almost all of that produced in regions controlled by the U.S.-backed Northern Alliance. ...war levels and, by December 2002, opium seed was already in the ground for the next crop. [http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Central_Asia/DJ31Ag02.html][http:/
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  • ...according to <i>Salon</i>'s Peter Dzikes, came to a grand total of 34 for the "first four years of George Bush's presidency." [http://www.salon.com/news/ ...//www.thenation.com/doc.mhtml?i=20050131&s=kvh list] in ''The Nation'' of "the Bush Administration's Ten Most Outrageous Scandals thus far uncovered by go
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  • ...s containing private judicial-nomination strategy memos and leaked them to the press."<ref>Lisa Graves, "Wall Street Journal Becomes "Top" U.S. Paper: Mem ...tml?th=&pagewanted=print&position= wrote] in the March 5, 2004, edition of the ''New York Times'':
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  • ...ngress]]," announced on August 27, 2007 that his resignation was accepted the day before by President Bush.<ref> ...sey]], nominated by Bush on September 17, 2007 and confirmed by the Senate on November 8, succeeded Gonzales as Attorney General.<ref>[http://www.usdoj.g
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  • ...', a Turkish-American, was "hired as a translator by the FBI shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 because of her knowledge of Middle ...gh, and that her allegations were, in fact, the most significant factor in the FBI's decision to terminate her services.'" <ref>[http://www.aclu.org/Safea
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