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  • Complete election results for ALL presidental candidates(updated at 4 30 pm eastern)

    11/03/2004 2:46:38 PM PST · by freepatriot32 · 3 replies · 910+ views ^ | 11 3 04 | Chon LaLonde
    Update at 4:30 pm nov 3 results for all presidental candidates ALL CANDIDATES CANDIDATE VOTE TOTAL VOTE % John Kerry, Democrat 55,104,702 48% George W. Bush, Republican (incumbent) 58,640,799 51% Ralph Nader, independent 392,219 0% Michael Badnarik, Libertarian 374,741 0% Michael Peroutka, constitution party 129,162 0% David Cobb, green party 104,591 0% Leonard Peltier, peace and freedom party 21,616 0% Gene Amondson, Prohibition Party 1,895 0% Andy Andress, Unaffiliated (no websites for candidate or party )716 0% Walter Brown, Socialist Party USA 10,258 0% Roger Calero, socialist workers party 5,263 0% Earl F. Dodge, Prohibition party 122 0% Thomas Harens,...
  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • House Members Will Discuss Request to United Nations to Monitor [American] Election [ALERT!]

    07/07/2004 7:55:44 AM PDT · by TastyManatees · 28 replies · 1,451+ views
    HOUSE MEMBERS WILL DISCUSS REQUEST TO UNITED NATIONS TO MONITOR ELECTION Rep. Johnson Spearheads Effort to Invite International Body Washington, D.C. - The request by several Members of Congress to the United Nations to send observers to monitor the upcoming Presidential election has sparked interest around the globe. At this juncture a dozen House Members have signed the letter to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Thursday morning those Members who have signed the U.N. letter will hold a news conference on Capitol Hill to discuss the ramifications of their request. ”We are hoping that our action will alleviate the nation from...

    04/11/2004 9:05:51 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 3 replies · 414+ views
    atfonline ^ | 4.8.03 | Genevieve MacDonald ,Richard Manieri
    PHILADELPHIA - Mark W. Potter, Special Agent in Charge of the Philadelphia Field Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and Patrick Meehan, United States Attorney, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, announced that Dwight Grant, known throughout the rap music industry as Beanie Sigel, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to violating the federal firearms and narcotics laws. ATF agents and officers of the Philadelphia Police Department arrested Sigel in July 2003, and charged him with being a felon in possession of a firearm. The arrest stemmed from an incident that occurred in April 2003, when...

    02/03/2004 6:50:12 PM PST · by abigail2 · 90 replies · 393+ views
    The Right Report ^ | 2/3/4 | Patrick Rooney
    Amnesty: Hating the Sin; Loving the Sinner I have written about “The Party of Death (Democrats) vs. The Party of Slow Suicide (Republicans)”. But the GOP seems hell bent on speeding up the process via President Bush’s de facto Amnesty for illegals proposal. The question is, What to do about it? Let’s face it: the President essentially inherited a security, cultural, and economic mess -- millions of illegal aliens floating around in America. His predecessors essentially looked the other way while illegals ran roughshod over our nation. But George W. Bush’s biggest political problem in this election season is not...
  • USAID Undercuts U.S. Global HIV/AIDS Initiative,Pop. Controllers & Sex-ed and Condom Pushers WIN

    09/25/2003 2:21:23 PM PDT · by Coleus · 17 replies · 574+ views
    Population Research Institute ^ | 09.24.03 | Steve Mosher
    USAID Undercuts U.S. Global HIV/AIDS Initiative   This May, President Bush signed into law the Global HIV/AIDS bill (HR 1298). Over the course of the next few years, $15 billion will be spent on new programs designed to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to provide life-extending care to millions infected with the disease. The law mandates that 55% of the overall funding will go for basic medicaltreatment. Even more importantly, 33% of the overall prevention funding must go to abstinence programs. No money would go to groups that advocate the legalization of prostitution. Oversight of the U.N. Global Fund...
  • Dutch Group Forms Website to Allow Anyone on the Planet to Vote in 2004 US Elections

    08/29/2003 1:11:51 PM PDT · by nwrep · 108 replies · 539+ views
    The World Votes ^ | August 29, 2003 | nwrep
    A group of 3 Dutch private citizens has formed an internationalist website called The World Votes to register worldwide choices in the 2004 Presidential Elections. This is an obvious attempt to highlight the unpopularity of President Bush among the America-hating, envious, statist citizens of the UN-worshipping world. As election day draws closer, expect these clowns to be featured on important news stories worldwide in an effort to influence public opinion in the United States. They are hoping to show that voting for Bush is an extremely unfavorable choice among the "world citizens", thereby dissuading the US citizens from voting for...
  • There's a George Bush in Baghdad, six weeks old and screaming in a crib

    08/28/2003 6:20:41 AM PDT · by kattracks · 39 replies · 869+ views
    AP | 8/28/03
    BAGHDAD, Iraq, Aug 28, 2003 (AP WorldStream via COMTEX) -- A Baghdad mother and father, to show their thanks to U.S. President George W. Bush for the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, have named their son after the American leader. Had the couple had twin boys, they say, the would have named them George Bush and Tony Blair. The new George Bush - probably the only one in Baghdad - was born six weeks ago to Nadia Jergis Mohammed, 34, and her husband Abdul Kader Faris, 41. "I tell you all Iraqis hated Saddam's regime. It was only George Bush who...
  • Nearly half of Americans wouldn't vote for Bush again

    08/23/2003 4:31:16 PM PDT · by Brian S · 180 replies · 2,264+ views
    AFP ^ | 08-23-03
    Sunday August 24, 6:48 AM A growing number of Americans don't want to see US President George W. Bush re-elected next year, and fear US troops will be drawn into a long, costly occupation of Iraq, according to a Newsweek poll. For the first time the poll has found that more registered voters -- 49 percent -- would not want Bush to return for a second term in office if the elections were now, compared with 44 percent who would. Only 23 percent said terrorism and homeland security would be the most important issues for them in the November 2004...
  • President Bush Spends Day in Oregon: A News Report with Photos

    08/21/2003 8:44:26 PM PDT · by nwrep · 31 replies · 974+ views
    Various ^ | August 21, 2003 | nwrep
    President Bush (news - web sites) tees off at the Crosswater Golf Course at the Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Ore., where he is spending the night during a two-day visit to the Pacific Northwest, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2003. Bush earlier viewed a forest fire in central Oregon while promoting his his plan to thin forests of trees and underbrush. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) President Bush (news - web sites) gestures as he addresses supporters in Redmond, Ore., Thursday, Aug. 21, 2003. Bush toured an active forest fire and talked about his forest initiative to streamline environmental reviews required on...

    06/26/2003 2:31:37 PM PDT · by Coleus · 10 replies · 785+ views
    DEVELOPMENTS - BOOKPROOFS 05/12/03 – 10:03 AMDEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAWTHE LAW OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY"Great families of yesterday we show,And lords whose parents were the Lord knows who."DANIEL DEFOE, THE TRUE-BORN ENGLISHMANpt. 1, l. 374 (1701)."[G]roups that have historically been the target of discrimination cannote expected to wait patiently for the protection of their human dignity and equal rights while governments move toward reform one stepat a time."Vriend v. Alberta, [1998] 1 S.C.R. 493, 559 (Can.) (Iacobucci, J.)."The possibility of divorce renders both marriage partners stricter in their observance of the duties they owe to each other."DENIS DIDEROT, Observations on...
  • Reagan Won 49 State Landslide with "only" 58% Job Approval

    05/04/2003 5:57:38 PM PDT · by nwrep · 50 replies · 908+ views
    Reagan Won 49 State Landslide with only 58% Job Approval In trying to determine the correlation between job approval ratings and Presidential elections, I looked at historical archives of Gallup (and other) Presidential Job Approval data. In 1984, Ronald Reagan won a landslide 525 electoral votes, winning 49 states with only a 58% approval on the eve of election. Here are some approval numbers of other presidents on the eve of their respective elections:   President Polling Date(s) Approval Rating B.J. Clinton 10/26-29/1996 54 George H.W. Bush 10/12-14/1992 43 Reagan 10/26-29/1984 58 Carter 9/12-15/1980 37 Nixon 6/23-26/1972 57
  • IRAN: God Wills It, But The People Don't Want It (Iranian youths calling Bush "the messiah")

    04/25/2003 7:55:21 AM PDT · by Destro · 88 replies · 751+ views ^ | April 24, 2003 | Q & D Headlines
    IRAN: God Wills It, But The People Don't Want It April 24, 2003: In Iran, young people are calling American president Bush "the messiah" and wondering when he will invade Iran and free the people from the dictatorship of the Islamic clergy. Meanwhile, the Islamic radicals see the departure of Saddam's forces as an opportunity to spread Islamic rule into Iraq. Most Iraqi Shias apparently don't want an Islamic republic. But neither do most Iranians. Makes no difference. God wills it and things are likely to get ugly before they get any better. April 23, 2003: The Iranian rebels long...
  • EZ Freep: Do you believe President Bush will be elected for a second term in office?

    03/24/2003 9:47:02 AM PST · by Timesink · 14 replies · 462+ views ^ | March somethingorotherth, 2003
    Do yo [sic] believe President Bush will be elected for a second term in office? Yes 47% No 40% Undecided 13%
  • Jerusalem hotel changes name to George W. Bush hotel

    03/18/2003 1:30:29 PM PST · by tessalu · 15 replies · 402+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | March 18, 2003 | Staff
    Mar. 18, 2003 A Jerusalem hotel has decided to honor the US president's commitment to bring an end to the regime of Saddam Hussein and has temporarily changed its name to the "George W. Bush Hotel" on Tuesday. A statement released by the former Jerusalem Gold hotel said that in light of Bush's decision to launch the war on Iraq, they were saluting the "leader of the free world." Hotel owner Ariel Shameda-Doron said that as far as he knows this is the first place in the world to be named after the current US president. A large sign reading...
  • Freeper Resource: Sleuthing The Iraq-Bin Laden Connection (Redone)

    03/16/2003 8:11:05 AM PST · by Republican_Strategist · 52 replies · 5,820+ views
    Free Republic | 3-16-2003 | Michael Miller
    The Damning Evidence: Iraq-Bin Laden Connection In an address on October 7, 2002, President Bush said: We know that Iraq and al Qaeda have had high-level contacts that go back for a decade…. Iraq could decide on any given day to provide a biological or chemical weapon to a terrorist group or individual terrorists. Alliance with terrorists could allow the Iraqi regime to attack America without leaving any fingerprints. Smoking Gun: Iraq Tempts Bin Laden To Attack West Posted by Uncle Bill 7 comments Posted on 09/18/2001 11:30 PM EDT Smoking Gun:Was bin Laden working with Iraq? Posted by...
  • Iraq, countering leftist peaceniks

    02/16/2003 9:25:11 AM PST · by neutrino · 31 replies · 369+ views
    Self (Vanity) | 2/16/2003 | Neutrino
    This past weekend, we've seen a great deal of leftist activism.  The purported basis for the worldwide demonstrations is to prevent or discourage war against Iraq.  The real reasons are something else entirely, as is made clear in a variety of threads on FReepublic.We face a frustrating problem.  On the one hand, we as conservatives have jobs, families, and responsibilities.  The leftists, socialists, and anti-Americans are, in many cases, free of such constraints.  How do we counter them?  During the weekend, our efforts seemed notably deficient.I would like to solicit comments and ideas on how we can encourage President Bush...
  • What is a Filibuster?

    01/31/2003 2:54:28 AM PST · by .30Carbine · 81 replies · 6,383+ views
    ThisNation ^ | timely reports/current | Contributing Author, Shad Satterthwaite, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
    What is a filibuster? Why are they permitted in the Senate but not the House? Can you do anything to stop one? I have heard the practice of "talking a bill to death" in the Senate referred to as a filibuster. What exactly is a filibuster? Why do they happen only in the Senate? What is the purpose of allowing them? Can one Senator actually stop the entire Senate through a filibuster or is there something that can be done to bring one to an end? The word filibuster comes from the Spanish word filibusteros; a term used to describe...
  • Martini gets OK as Federal Judge

    11/22/2002 10:15:58 AM PST · by Coleus · 76 replies · 5,724+ views
    Martini gets OK as federal judge MITCHEL MADDUX Former Rep. Bill Martini has been confirmed as a New Jersey federal judge by the U.S. Senate. Martini, 55, a Republican who lives in Clifton and practices law in Newark, is a former federal prosecutor who also has served as a Passaic County freeholder. A member of a prominent Passaic County family long involved in politics, he serves as a commissioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Martini will have to resign from the agency, and Governor McGreevey will name his replacement on the 12-person board. Martini said...
  • Saving Black Babies

    01/11/2003 4:54:06 AM PST · by toenail · 64 replies · 3,215+ views
    Christianity Today ^ | 01/10/2003 | Sheryl Blunt
    Saving Black BabiesAbortion has cost 13 million African American lives.By Sheryl Blunt in Washington | posted 01/10/2003 Growing up in inner city Detroit, Janine Simpson and her girlfriends didn't think twice about having abortions. In her all-black neighborhood, teen abortions were the norm, she says, and the local abortion clinic was a fixture. "My friends and I, we all had abortions," Simpson says. "We didn't even think about it. To us it was just getting rid of a blob of tissue. We'd say, 'Oh, you pregnant? Okay, let's go take care of it.' " But after Simpson's own abortion her...