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From: Rex <rex@x234.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 02:36:16 -0400
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            AP: Berger Steps Down As Kerry Adviser

            Jul 20, 4:53 PM (ET)

            By RON FOURNIER 
            WASHINGTON (AP) - Former national security adviser Sandy Berger, the subject of a criminal investigation over the disappearance of terrorism documents, stepped aside on Tuesday as an informal adviser to Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. 

            "Mr. Berger does not want any issue surrounding the 9/11 commission to be used for partisan purposes. With that in mind he has decided to step aside as an informal adviser to the Kerry campaign until this matter is resolved," said Lanny Breuer, Berger's attorney... 





  Berger on the 'Wall'
  The election debate behind the documents-in-pants caper.

  Wednesday, July 21, 2004 12:01 a.m.

  We'll grant that visions of a former National Security Adviser stuffing classified documents down his trousers or socks makes for good copy. But count us more interested in learning what's in the documents themselves than in where on his person Sandy Berger may have put them when he was sneaking them out of the National Archives. 
  For the evidence suggests that the missing material cuts to the heart of the choice offered in this election: Whether America treats terrorism as a problem of law enforcement or an act of war. 

  Mr. Berger admits to having deliberately taken handwritten notes he'd made out of the Archives reading room. On the more serious charges involving the removal (and subsequent discarding) of highly classified documents--including drafts of a key, after-action memo Mr. Berger had himself ordered on the U.S. response to al Qaeda threats in the run-up to the Millennium--he maintains he did so "inadvertently."... 


          7/20 Rush Limbaugh - Archived Show:  Click here for audio 



    Reprinted from NewsMax.com

  Tuesday, July 20, 2004 

  Berger's Disgrace Shakes Kerry's Campaign 

  Bad news for John Kerry: In its shamefully inadequate coverage of the Sandy Berger scandal, even the New York Times today admitted that he was an adviser to the Democrat presidential candidate.

  Terry McAuliffe's favorite propaganda sheet, of course, merely mentioned the connection in passing, but fortunately Fox News Channel and other media are digging below the surface... 



        A first: Lesbian couple 'married' in Mass. to challenge federal Defense of Marriage Act 
        By Michael Foust 
        Jul 19, 2004 

        TAMPA, Fla. (BP)--In an historic lawsuit, a same-sex couple "married" in Massachusetts is expected to file a legal challenge July 20 against the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

        If successful, the lawsuit could result in all 50 states recognizing same-sex "marriage."...


        (Also see: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/printer-friendly.asp?ARTICLE_ID=38727)



        Habeas Dangerous
        By Henry Mark Holzer
        FrontPageMagazine.com | July 20, 2004

        Late last month, the Supreme Court of the United States decided its first three War-on-Terrorism cases.  It's bad enough that two of the three decisions considerably weaken the President's power as constitutional Commander-in-Chief to fight that war, exemplify judicial activism at its worst, and again expose the Court as an Orwellian "more equal than others" branch of government.  Worse, is that the decision in the third case - Rasul v. Bush - augurs ill not only for the War-on-Terrorism, but for all future United States military actions.  To understand the importance of Rasul and the danger it poses to America's national security, it is necessary to examine first the other two cases....



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