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  • Endorsing candidates is left to Reid, who does what church attorney Leronia Josey calls “a dance,” whereby “he never comes out and says what he means, but he makes it clear what he wants you to do.”

    American Grace

  • Endorsing the Republican agenda of financial industry deregulation, reversing New Deal safeguards, President Clinton pursued policies that in the long run created more damage to the American economy than any other president since Herbert Hoover, whose presidential tenure is linked to the Great Depression.

    Robert Scheer: Bill Clinton's Legacy of Denial

  • Endorsing moves by the European Central Bank to buy bonds from distressed euro-zone nations such as Spain and Italy, Mr. Zoellick said that measure will solve only near-term liquidity issues and urged leaders to endorse structural overhauls to boost productivity, job creation and free trade in a push to get growth back on track.

    Zoellick Urges Long-Term Fixes

  • Endorsing Palestinian statehood will only worsen the prospects for a lasting peace.

    Europe's Mideast Muddle

  • Endorsing the Republican agenda of financial industry deregulation, reversing New Deal safeguards, President Clinton pursued policies that in the long run created more damage to the American economy than any other president since Herbert Hoover, whose presidential tenure is linked to the Great Depression.

    Robert Scheer: Bill Clinton's Legacy of Denial

  • Endorsing the reduction, State Senator Ben Kieckhefer has noted that funding for autism treatment is also facing cuts.

    Josh Axelrad: Nevada Kills Funds for Problem Gambling

  • Endorsing the statement, Michael Langford, president of the Utility Workers said: With the right policies and investments that help America's industries retool, including the rapid deployment of clean energy and technology assistance for maintaining good jobs, we believe the EPA measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will position the United States to compete in an ever-cleaner and more efficient 21st century economy.

    Brendan Smith: Citing Jobs and Environment, More Unions Backing EPA

  • Endorsing the Republican agenda of financial industry deregulation, reversing New Deal safeguards, President Clinton pursued policies that in the long run created more damage to the American economy than any other president since Herbert Hoover, whose presidential tenure is linked to the Great Depression.

    Robert Scheer: Bill Clinton's Legacy of Denial

  • Endorsing the reduction, State Senator Ben Kieckhefer has noted that funding for autism treatment is also facing cuts.

    Josh Axelrad: Nevada Kills Funds for Problem Gambling

  • Endorsing the Republican agenda of financial industry deregulation, reversing New Deal safeguards, President Clinton pursued policies that in the long run created more damage to the American economy than any other president since Herbert Hoover, whose presidential tenure is linked to the Great Depression.

    Robert Scheer: Bill Clinton's Legacy of Denial

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