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Senate-Approved USA Patriot Act Conference Report Includes Feinstein Anti-Meth, Port Security Legislation

– Conference Report includes Talent-Feinstein anti-meth legislation, Biden-Specter-Feinstein-Kyl-Allen-Cornyn-Hatch port security bill – Washington, DC – Today, the Senate voted to approve the conference report for the reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act. The conference report incorporates two critical provisions sponsored by U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), including legislation to combat the methamphetamine epidemic and to […]

Santana Kicks off Celebration of Women’s History Month with Concert to Benefit Dolores Huerta Foundation

Carlos Santana and his band are kicking off Women’s History Month tonight with a concert at the Gibson Theatre in Universal City, CA tonight to benefit the Dolores Huerta Foundation. Dolores C. Huerta is the co-founder and First Vice President Emeritus of the United Farm Workers of America. She has played a major roll in […]

Kerry Raises Quick Cash for 3 Vets

Way to go John Kerry… The WaPo’s The Fix Blog reports that John Kerry’s appeal yesterday to raise campaign funds for 3 of the Fighting Dems netted “roughly $250,000 for the three candidates in the first 24 hours.” The prospect of a second presidential bid for John Kerry may be mocked by many Democratic party […]

Governor Richardson Signs Paper Ballot Bill

In an open letter to state officials in all 50 states, Governor Bill Richardson announced that he will “a bill that will transition New Mexico to an all paper-ballot system using optical scanners to count the vote.” Richardson has a petition on his website calling on other states to take similar action. Sign the petition […]

New Orleans Mayor Nagin “Shocked” by Pre-Katrina Bush Video

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin expressed shock after watching the newly released pre- Katrina video that clearly contradicts Bush’s statement four days after the hurricane struck: “I don’t think anyone anticipated the breach of the levees.” “It surprises me that if there was that kind of awareness, why was the response so slow?” said Nagin, […]

Schwarzenegger Low in the Polls for Re-election

A new poll shows that the Governator faces a tough re-election battle here in California. Just 37 percent of California’s likely voters are inclined to re-elect Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in November, a huge drop from a year ago, according to a poll released Thursday. Forty-seven percent of voters said they were not inclined to vote […]