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National News

Bush Nominee Judge Alito Takes Hard Stance on Strip Search

October 31, 2005 Staff

Washington, DC (APE) – Judge Samuel A. Alito defended his stance on the rights of law enforcement to conduct strip searches. Critics have immediately zoomed in upon one of his past decisions in which he [Read more]

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Bush Nominates Bork as Supreme Court Justice, Announces Further Administration Shakeups

October 30, 2005 Staff

Washington, DC (Claw News Service) – Fresh from a weekend of relaxation and introspection at Camp David, President Bush returned to the White House to the cheers of selected staffers and announced the nomination of [Read more]

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Washington

George W. Bush Nominates Dr. James Dobson to Supreme Court

October 30, 2005 Staff

In a move guaranteed to please conservatives the President has nominated Dr. James Dobson, founder of the Christian Group Focus on the Family, to be the next justice on the Supreme Court. This nomination will [Read more]

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The President

George W. Bush Announces Rightward Shake Up at The White House; Brings in Dobson, Falwell, and t…

October 30, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that in the wake of the Libby indictment and Rove scandal President Bush has decided to shake things up and replace much of his White House staff. In a move to pacify [Read more]

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Scandal Wracked GOP and Bush Administration Move to Solidify Base

October 30, 2005 Staff

Congress Protects Industry from Citizens After a mere five years of controlling both Congress and the Presidency, the GOP is riding high. Busy dismantling social, regulatory and environmental policies they and their corporate sponsors dislike, [Read more]

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T. M. Elmo on George W. Bush's Short List For Supreme Court.

October 29, 2005 Staff

Saturday, October 29, 2005 United States President George W. Bush, reeling from a summer and autumn of debacles that began with his mishandling of the Cindy Sheehan protest in Crawford and wound it’s was through [Read more]

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Rove Not Indicted, Still Under Investigation, Handed Over To Pentagon

October 29, 2005 Staff

Washington, DC (UPSI) – After indictments were handed down yesterday implicating Vice Presidential advisor I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby and clearly leaving Presidential Chief of Staff Karl Rove under suspicion, President Bush made the decision to [Read more]

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Washington

George "Sulu" Takei Chosen By Dick Cheney To Replace Lewis "Scooter" Libby

October 28, 2005 Staff

(Washington, D.C.) Vice President Dick Cheney has decided to go where no Republican has gone before–a gay man as his Chief of Staff. George “Sulu” Takei will replace Lewis “Scooter” Libby, who was indicted by [Read more]

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Washington

Dick Cheney Comes Clean to Save Lewis Libby From Indictment

October 28, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that Vice President Dick Cheney has surrendered to federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald in an attempt to save his long time friend and aid, Scooter Libby. In what is being called a supreme [Read more]

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Washington

Fitzgerald Bombshell Rocks Washington, Rove, Libby, and Cheney Are off the Hook

October 28, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that President Bush has awarded Patrick Fitzgerald the Presidential Medal of Freedom and nominated him to the Supreme Court. In what is being called another Bush ‘master stroke’ the President has been [Read more]