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Thursday, March 04, 2004


CHEMERINSKY TO LEAVE U.S.C. FOR DUKE 

Highly regarded constitutional law professor Erwin Chemerinsky goes to Duke University

LAOBSERVED.COM says that,
"USC constitutional law professor Erwin Chemerinsky begins at Duke University in the fall. His wife, Catherine Fisk, a labor law professor at USC, also is moving to Duke. Chemerinsky was chairman of the city charter reform commission and of the independent board that investigated the LAPD Rampart scandal. More recently, he was named by Mayor Hahn to lead a panel looking at city contracting practices."

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CNN.COM HAS A POLL ON ITS WEBSITE THAT REFLECTS LIBERAL BIAS 

The CNN "Quickvote" poll's skewed questioning places President Bush in a bad light

The poll asks,
"Is it appropriate for President Bush to use images from the 9/11 attacks in campaign ads?"

As a matter of fact, President Bush did not use images of the attacks in his campaign ads. There is no display of planes flying into the World Trade Center, there are no images of the Pentagon on fire. The campaign ads showed what America went through in the aftermath of that horrible day, 9/11. If it is wrong to show a flag still waving at the site of horror then is it equally wrong to sing our national anthem about the flag that still waved after a bloody battle? In addition, there is nothing wrong with showing how Americans showed proper respect for their fallen citizens by carrying a flag draped coffin out of the site of grief and horror for millions of us.

CNN was wrong to suggest that President Bush used images of the attacks when he did not so at all. The way the online poll question was phrased is irresponsible and reckless.


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DEMOCRATS QUESTION U.S. ROLE IN HAITI 

Democrats concerned for Saddam and Aristide instead of the citizens of Iraq and Haiti

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BILL MURRAY ANGRY OVER LOSS AT OSCARS 

Another sore loser from Hollywood whines and cries about losing

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