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Tribune - 8/22/2004
There were three
swift boats on the river that day in Vietnam more than 35
years ago--three officers and 15 crew members. Only
two of those officers remain to talk about what happened
on February 28, 1969.
Bush promises detailed plans at convention Republicans also plan on portraying street demonstrations as Democratic-sanctioned displays of disrespect for a sitting president.
E-vote machine certification criticized "Suppose you had a situation where ballots were handed to a private company that counted them behind a closed door and burned the results," said Dill, founder of VerifiedVoting.org. "Nobody but an idiot would accept a system like that. We've got something that is almost as bad with electronic voting."
New Florida ballot expected to confuse Palm Beach County is the only county in the vicinity where absentee voters are asked to connect the arrow next to a candidate's name instead of filling in a bubble.
US may have to stay in Iraq for years U.S. officers say the continuing attacks suggest that it will take time, possibly years, to crush the insurgency. President Bush and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld have said U.S. forces will stay in Iraq as long as they are needed to assist Iraqi security forces.
stupid can our anti-terrorist policies be?
Comal county testing phones Not a telemarketer
Coastal cities ban short-term rentals Galveston -- Some Texas Gulf Coast communities are joining a nationwide trend of banning short-term rentals of vacation homes in an effort to protect the peace and quiet of their neighborhoods.
Guadalupe / Schertz tax freeze hits roadblock A grassroots initiative to establish a tax freeze for elderly and disabled residents may be stalled. Harvey Hild, who began the movement in Guadalupe County, said officials with the county and the city of Schertz are dragging their feet.
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