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The Christian Science Monitor
Can Bush rally US public?
In a series of speeches that began Monday, Bush is seeking again to lay out a "strategy for victory" in Iraq that the White House hopes will rebuild US public support for the effort after the recent wave of sectarian violence. Polling data have not been promising: 80 percent of Americans believe Iraq is heading toward civil war, and 52 percent say it's time to start pulling out
|Brad's Ten-Foot Poll on Victory in Iraq --- RESULT
Do you believe President Bush when he says he has a "strategy for victory" in Iraq?
|Yes, no doubt about it.
|Maybe, but it isn't apparent to me.
|I have strong doubts.
|A strategy? He wishes.
Total votes 580-
Nicole Frugé, Express-News
Lisa Marie Gómez, Express-News
Butterfly House reopens at San Antonio Zoo
Hundreds of kids turned out under brilliant blue skies to see the rebuilt exhibit, called "Butterflies! Caterpillar Flight School," featuring 15 species of Asian butterflies.
E.J. DIONNE, JR.
What kind of hater are you?
Democrats see Republicans as a collection of pampered rich people who selfishly seek to cut their own taxes, allied with religious fundamentalists who want to use government power to impose a narrow brand of Christianity on everyone else.
Republicans see Democrats as godless, overeducated elitists who sip lattes as they look down their noses at the moral values of "real Americans" in "the heartland" and ally themselves with "special interest groups" that benefit from "big government."
Admiral keelhauls execs over USS San Antonio
Conceding the Navy chronically fails to build new warships on budget, the nation's top admiral said Tuesday he has chided executives of Northrop Grumman Corp. about their poor performance in building the newest over-budget ship, the USS San Antonio.
Nissan develops gas pedal safety feature
When the car senses a possible head-on crash, the gas pedal automatically rises against the driver's foot as a signal to step on the brake.
Luxury hotel cancelled at San Antonio's Rim shopping center
Austin to build free wireless network
Babe the Blue Ox gets fed highway funding
Cryzip Trojan wants ransom money
Virus hunters have discovered a new Trojan that encrypts files on an infected computer and then demands $300 in ransom for a decryption password
Gov't record on "terrorist" cases is very poor
The botched handling of witnesses in the sentencing trial of Al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui is the latest in a series of missteps and false starts that have beset the Bush administration's prosecution of terrorism cases.
Blogger gives dark secrets the first-class treatment
Each week, blogger Frank Warren receives hundreds of postcards in which strangers confess their secrets.
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