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My generation — the baby boomers born between 1946 and 1965 — reached the zenith of its voting power 14 years ago, when George W. Bush beat John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election, and has been declining ever since. By 2016, millennial voters — defined as those between 18 and 35 — made ...
For trans people, gender reassignment surgery can cost a a fortune. Experts say it's life saving, so should it be fully covered by Medicare? And as Tasmania goes to the polls, one of the key election issues is Hobart's housing crisis. This is a new podcast from the ABC. It's called The Signal, and it's available ...

My generation — the baby boomers born between 1946 and 1965 — reached the zenith of its voting power 14 years ago, when George W. Bush beat John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election, and has been declining ever since. By 2016, millennial voters — defined as those between 18 and 35 — made ...
People may forget that Republicans in Florida purged more than 50,000 African-American voters before Election Day, and then went to the Supreme Court where the GOP-appointed majority stopped a recount that would have awarded the presidency to Vice-President Al Gore if all votes were counted.
In 2000, when the illegitimate involvement of the United States Supreme Court installed Bush, who'd benefitted from a number of low-level scams in Florida, before and after the election, by and large, the country came around to pretending that hadn't happened at all. I didn't like how easy it was to forget ...
In 2004, I spent weeks, then months, then two years with others tracing and writing about what happened in Ohio where Republican President George W. Bush beat Democrat John Kerry. We produced a catalog of dirty tricks that Republicans have resurrected with predictable uniformity ever since. Donald ...

The former first lady tweeted Sunday that the book, to come out a week after the 2018 midterm elections, is called 'Becoming.' By Sunday .... How he got his start in journalism: “I was a student runner for CBS News at the 2004 Bush-Kerry debate at Washington University in St. Louis (Go Bears!). I was 19 ...
"I really believe she won the election,” Streisand said. "I've talked to senators from Michigan and Wisconsin. I do believe, like I believed during Bush, they were playing with those voter machines. And [Al Gore] lost by 537 votes out of 104 million." Have senators from Michigan and Wisconsin been privately ...
But the Russia story—Russia's interference in the 2016 elections and .... Laura Terrell, a partner at the multi-national law firm DLA Piper, worked in the George W. Bush White House, where she was responsible for .... During the transition, Ivanka met with Al Gore and Leonardo ... “He thought he was a fraud.
Razor-thin presidential elections were decided in the suburban counties ... George W. Bush won only three Missouri counties with more than 70 ...
If Taliban were to win a local election in, say, Kandahar, voters ... A recount—i.e., recounting fraudulent ballots rather than investigating the ballot box ... Think back to 2000 Bush vs Gore: Did anyone suggest that they cut a ...
The former vice president ultimately conceded the election after a ... In a sit-down with Gore on HBO's "Real Time," host Bill Maher said he .... of 2.1 million votes for Bush, while the two largest Democratic states ... He is a fraud.
... nothing to show for her time in the Senate as she runs for re-election. ... Ken Mehlman, who managed George W. Bush's campaign, is on ... and Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Al Gore are both up ... "If they are using Machine Learning to analyze prescriptions and detect fraud and anomalies I ...
Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes has been on trial, defending her office ... voters from the county's voter rolls, a practice that could lead to voter fraud. ... when George W. Bush eked out a victory over Al Gore, even small ...
Dear Democrats: Americans elect con-artists, not war-heroes ... George H.W. Bush in 1992, George W. Bush v. John Kerry in 2004—it was the draft-dodger-ish type that won. ... film and a Sorkin script, the citizenry is far more taken by the conman and the scam artist than they are by the virtuous soldier.
On election night Bush was declared the winner by 1,784 votes. ... not a stretch to conclude that the purge of black voters cost Gore the election. ... So far, it has been shown that the primary perpetrators of voter fraud are not ...
Watch this video to see Vice President Gore explain climate denial and the ... Fraud perpetrated by Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris purge voter roles, ... same' and used that dishonest claim to sit out the election or back Nader.

The Past 5 GOP Presidents Have Used Fraud and Treason to Steer Themselves ... "I openly opposed the hostage-taking throughout the election campaign. ... in 1980 - you can bet Bush senior would never have been elected in 1988. ... Gore Supreme Court decision in 2000 that stopped the Florida recount ...
The report cites "irregularities that increase the potential for voter ... Google is testing a new method of voting it hopes will cut election spending and improve decision making. ... George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore.
Gore narrowly lost the presidential election to George W. Bush in 2000 ... a fraud, but he says his years in politics have given him a thick skin.
... peddles fictitious voting fraud allegations and is beholden to interests that do ... to gutting the Voting Rights Act to Trump's Election Commission, we .... As for Kerry, yes he most certainly would have beaten Bush if the GOP ...
In 2000, Al Gore beat George W. Bush by around 500,000 popular votes. ... election against him through widespread fraud at the polling place.
“Of course there is large-scale voter fraud happening on and before election day,” he tweeted last week. All available evidence shows that ...
After negotiations overseen by then Secretary of State John Kerry, Ghani ... and local elections by now, is stalled, and the potential for the kind of fraud that ... largely echoed the policies of the Bush and Obama Administrations.
HOUSE WEIGHS FEC OVERSIGHT HEARING: "The Federal Election Commission - an agency of clashing commissioners, seething staffers and key vacancies - may soon face congressmen who wonder: Why's the agency a basket case?
Reassured, Stoddard went into politics full throttle, riding on the fraudulent legend as "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance", becoming governor, Senator and ambassador.
Spoonamore identified 14 counties where election results looked suspicious in that unlikely "down ballot" candidates received more votes than John Kerry. Investigators are hampered because the paper ballots and election ... Blackwell case includes a ...
"All of us rely on our healthcare providers to make treatment decisions based solely on medical considerations, untainted by financial considerations," U.S.
The repeated claim: "Ford and Fiat Chrysler, General Motors, Sprint, Intel, and so many others are now, because of the election result, making major investments in the United States, expanding production and hiring more workers." ..... John Kerry, then ...
After the recent election, many breathed a sign of relief, but as the author of Big Agenda sees it, "one battle is over, but there are many more to come.
The Miami native and son of Cuban immigrants was assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division under former President George W. Bush from 2003 to 2005. Acosta was the first ... Among his most high-profile cases was the ...
All bush. It only it will not slice it and it looked ago. All right bill let's start with the with the events of two days.
In 2004, Viktor Yanukovych, whose political base was strongest among ethnic Russians in the east and south, won the presidential election by three percentage points over the U.S.-favored Viktor Yushchenko, whose base was mostly in the country's west ...
In 2004, had Democratic candidate John Kerry won the state of Ohio, he would have been the president over Bush despite Bush winning the popular vote that year. Because the current electoral system focuses candidates' attention on battleground states, ...
Kerry and I are looking and looking at the blood from acting back. Rolling through the .... Backfire for that move and I heard EO can't defending it saying you can't eat into this teenage social media you can't hide from suddenly it's while they do it ...
In 2004, Viktor Yanukovych, whose political base was strongest among ethnic Russians in the east and south, won the presidential election by three percentage points over the U.S.-favored Viktor Yushchenko, whose base was mostly in the country's west ...
His complaints about "voter fraud" worry Democrats who see the phrase as cover to push an agenda of voter suppression. So whatever one thinks of the propriety or utility of the Democrats' blistering verbal ... He followed that up by endorsing ...
Activists in Connecticut are pushing the state Legislature to sign on to the National Popular Interstate Compact, which would make it so the candidate who receives the most popular votes would win a presidential election. The compact would not abolish ...
John Kerry, then the secretary of state, said Iran would get about $55 billion. 47. Feb. 6, 2017 ... Trump was referring to a post-election letter, a kind of sales pitch, in which Times leaders thanked readers and said they planned to "rededicate ...
John Kerry, then the secretary of state, said Iran would get about $55 billion. 47. Feb. 6, 2017 ... Trump was referring to a post-election letter, a kind of sales pitch, in which Times leaders thanked readers and said they planned to "rededicate ...
In a Feb. 2 tweet, Perez said he would "take the fight to Donald Trump." Perez had one word for Trump's claims of massive voter fraud: "bullshit." He says the party needs rebuilding "from the ... Jim, 62, is the younger brother of Howard Dean, the ...
Perhaps this was at a moment Kerry realized his own scientific limitations, that everything he knew was based on the advice of "experts" he didn't really completely understand.
As a high school senior in the spring of 1968, Caddell questioned citizens in white, working-class Jacksonville, Florida, about the upcoming presidential election. ..... in the 2000 election. When Gore revoked his concession to George W. Bush once ...
Although Romney was right enough to call Trump a fraud, he and his cohort would have to be a lot less fraudulent themselves to discredit him.
There is an overwhelming consensus among state officials, election experts, and politicians that voter fraud is rare in the United States, but Mr Trump has repeatedly said he thinks perhaps millions of votes cast in the November 8 election were fraudulent.
It is that it wasn't their election. There was and they'll and they'll tell you don't take it at somebody boat you know tell you and have somebody won a and they.
The 56-year-old also poked fun at Trump's focus on attendance at his inauguration and allegations of voter fraud. "Whether the Russians did or ... Sterling K Brown, Courtney B Vance, Riz Ahmed, Rami Malek, Thandie Newton, Audra McDonald and Kerry ...
Allegations of fraud and self-dealing in the TrumpWorks program, and elsewhere, have likewise been shrugged off. The president ... On the eve of the 2018 congressional elections, WikiLeaks released years of investment statements by prominent ...
Similarly, in trying to justify direct U.S. military intervention in Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry repeatedly claimed "we know" that Bashar al-Assad's military was responsible for a sarin gas attack outside Damascus on Aug. 21, 2013.
GLENN THRUSH in the NYT, "Trump's Voter Fraud Example? A Troubled .... "Mar-a-Lago membership fee doubles to $200,000," by CNBC's Robert Frank: "Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach resort owned by the Trump Organization, doubled its initiation fee to $200,000 ...


 

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