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By Robert Reno | February 4, 1999
ONE CAN only admire the instincts that drove Mrs. Kenneth Starr to fly to the defense of a husband whose approval ratings rival those of Newt Gingrich and Bob Barr.It's more than some of the wives of Mr. Gingrich and Mr. Barr have done. But to have chosen to stand by her man in a prattling, not to say feline, interview with the Ladies' Home Journal shows poor judgment.Mrs. Starr pointedly tells the Journal that unlike Hillary Clinton, she has had the same hairdo for 20 years and that she'd "rather not be married" to a cheating spouse.
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March 20, 2007
Visitors to the MiddletownNJ.org Web site can download a parking permit application form, a bingo and raffle license application and numerous other documents, calendars and listings without registering. But they can't access Township Committee meeting agendas or minutes, municipal ordinances, resolutions or public notices without registering and logging in. And they can't register without providing their name, address, e-mail and home telephone number. Birth dates and cell phone numbers are optional.
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By Robert Reno | February 4, 1999
ONE CAN only admire the instincts that drove Mrs. Kenneth Starr to fly to the defense of a husband whose approval ratings rival those of Newt Gingrich and Bob Barr.It's more than some of the wives of Mr. Gingrich and Mr. Barr have done. But to have chosen to stand by her man in a prattling, not to say feline, interview with the Ladies' Home Journal shows poor judgment.Mrs. Starr pointedly tells the Journal that unlike Hillary Clinton, she has had the same hairdo for 20 years and that she'd "rather not be married" to a cheating spouse.
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By Froma Harrop | January 26, 1999
FOR ALL their flag-waving and apple-pie eating, there is something so very un-American about the conservatives running today's Republican Party. Not many people have come out and said this, but the impression grows that they aren't playing in the same ball park as everyone else.This is not the party that brought us George Bush, Bob Dole or even Ronald Reagan. They were all identifiable products of the America we know. They were one of us.Dick Armey, Ken Starr, Tom Delay, Bob Barr. Where the heck did they come from?
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | January 14, 1999
A FRIEND OF mine, taking note of the great American sexual landscape -- countless skin magazines, amateur porno videos for sale, naked pictures on the Internet -- figures there must be nude photos of every single person in America, if we look thoroughly enough. I've seen my own. I'm lying there on a rug, in the summer of 1945, and I'm as cute as a button. But I don't think that's what my friend is talking about.She means everybody's got something to hide, including not only Bill Clinton but such congressional swingers as the "youthfully indiscreet" Rep. Henry Hyde (five-year affair with a married woman that destroyed her marriage)
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November 4, 2008
Barack Obama, Democrat (with Joe Biden) John McCain, Republican (with Sarah Palin) Cynthia McKinney, Green (with Rosa Clemente) Bob Barr, Libertarian (with Wayne A. Root) Ralph Nader, Independent (with Matt Gonzalez) Chuck Baldwin, Constitution (with Darrell L. Castle)
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By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | May 18, 2001
WASHINGTON - The General Services Administration has found that departing members of the Clinton administration did not vandalize the White House during the presidential transition, as unnamed aides to President Bush and other critics had insisted. Responding to a request from Rep. Bob Barr, a Georgia Republican who asked for an investigation, the GSA found that nothing out of the ordinary had occurred. "The condition of the real property was consistent with what we would expect to encounter when tenants vacate office space after an extended occupancy," according to a GSA statement.
NEWS
May 1, 2001
WHEN WILL this hero-worship end? Gung-ho admirers of former President Ronald Reagan still want to put his name and image on buildings, monuments and even traffic signs. All to "honor" a living, Republican ex-president. That obsession prompted Republican Rep. Bob Barr of Georgia to try to bully the Washington Metro board into changing signs at National Airport to read "Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport." The Metro board refused. It would cost $400,000. The airport's already named for him, although everyone knows the place as National.
BUSINESS
By EILEEN AMBROSE and EILEEN AMBROSE,eileen.ambrose@baltsun.com | October 4, 2008
Each voter has his or her own reason for selecting a candidate for president. Some are loyal to their party. Some weigh a candidate's stance on all the issues or a single topic like the environment, education, the Iraq war or abortion. And it wasn't that long ago that many chose the commander in chief based on which person they wanted to drink a beer with. But if you had to choose based on which candidate would be better for your investments, then what? Would you vote for John McCain, who has described himself as "fundamentally a deregulator" and wants to keep the Bush tax cuts?
NEWS
By Froma Harrop | January 26, 1999
FOR ALL their flag-waving and apple-pie eating, there is something so very un-American about the conservatives running today's Republican Party. Not many people have come out and said this, but the impression grows that they aren't playing in the same ball park as everyone else.This is not the party that brought us George Bush, Bob Dole or even Ronald Reagan. They were all identifiable products of the America we know. They were one of us.Dick Armey, Ken Starr, Tom Delay, Bob Barr. Where the heck did they come from?
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | January 14, 1999
A FRIEND OF mine, taking note of the great American sexual landscape -- countless skin magazines, amateur porno videos for sale, naked pictures on the Internet -- figures there must be nude photos of every single person in America, if we look thoroughly enough. I've seen my own. I'm lying there on a rug, in the summer of 1945, and I'm as cute as a button. But I don't think that's what my friend is talking about.She means everybody's got something to hide, including not only Bill Clinton but such congressional swingers as the "youthfully indiscreet" Rep. Henry Hyde (five-year affair with a married woman that destroyed her marriage)
NEWS
August 25, 2002
IN GEORGIA last week, voters retired two well-known members of Congress -- one liberal, one conservative, both apparently embarrassing. Both had feasted on the far extremes of American politics. Their decisive rejection by the voters seems part of a national pattern -- one that discourages politics that reward right- or left-wing flamethrowers. Both Democratic Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney and Republican Rep. Bob Barr were adherents of that school of politics in which one says anything at all, confident that a docile constituency would want nothing more than political or racial orthodoxy.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 23, 2005
WASHINGTON - Battle lines were drawn yesterday in the debate over the government's counterterrorism powers as an unlikely coalition of liberal civil-rights advocates, conservative libertarians, gun-rights supporters and medical privacy advocates expressed their objections to key parts of the law that expanded those powers after Sept. 11, 2001. Keeping the law intact "will do great and irreparable harm" to the Constitution by allowing the government to investigate people's reading habits, search their homes without notice and pry into their personal lives, argued Bob Barr, a former Republican congressman from Georgia who is leading the coalition.
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