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Flashtraffic: Bush's world tour

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Fire up Air Force One. President Bush begins a world tour on May 30.

Flashtraffic: House tax cut plans

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

House Prosperity Caucus want to resist any tax cut less than $550 billion

Flashtraffic: Clinton goes apolitical

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Bill Clinton surprised a Syracuse University audience on Mother's Day.

Flashtraffic: New point man in Iraq

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Rumsfeld's guy is out. Powell's guy is in.

Flashtraffic: Friends at the top

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

How close are Vice President Dick Cheney and Mr. Rumsfeld?

FlashTraffic: Bush's tax cut strategy

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

President Bush's new message strategy for selling his troubled tax-relief plan is to tie tax cuts to job creation.

FlashTraffic: Interview with Newt Gingrich

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich warns that the economy is key to President Bush's reelection and urges the GOP to focus on health-care reform. "The economy…

FlashTraffic: Operation Iraqi Free Markets?

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Senior Bush administration officials, including Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Secretary of State Colin Powell, are seriously mulling a plan to…

FlashTraffic: Hillary's hat in the ring?

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

A new Zogby poll finds 42 percent of Iowa Democrats want more candidates to jump into next January's caucuses, and Hillary Clinton may come calling. She is on…

FlashTraffic: The Iowa contenders

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Rep. Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.), for one, isn't waiting around to see whether Hillary Clinton jumps into the 2004 race. Last month, he unveiled a $700 billion…

Flashtraffic: Interview with Rush

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

What's next after Operation Iraqi Freedom? Talk radio's Rush Limbaugh shares his insights in this exclusive e-mail interview with WORLD.

Flashtraffic: On the Radar

By Joel C. Rosenberg
Posted

Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, hit Washington's radar screen after 9/11 when he called Islam a "very evil and wicked religion.

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