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Issue: "Iraq: The other caucuses," Jan. 31, 2004

We'll have the John Kerry people in the living room, John Edwards in the dining room, and Dean on the sun porch.

Iowa Caucus Co-chairman Karene Eades, in Adair, Iowa, where 51 voters last week squeezed into her home to begin the 2004 presidential election season.

They win a $25 million lottery. Then they get divorced.

Dominic Barbara, lawyer for Kenneth Parker, summarizing the outcome of a dispute between his client and wife Connie Parker. The elderly couple reached an undisclosed settlement last week after an argument over how to split the money from lottery winnings last year ended their marriage.

The lack of the tumor really suits her.

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Ion Lascar, head of the plastic surgery department at Floreasca Hospital in Bucharest, on the change in patient Lucica Bunghez after doctors removed a 176-pound benign tumor that covered her back, waist, and hips. Ms. Bunghez's family had not been able to afford surgery until the U.S.-based Discovery Channel offered to pay for it in exchange for film rights.

The right to life does not come from government; it comes from the Creator of life.

President George W. Bush addressing by phone last week's annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.


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