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Stacey SmithMorgantown County Clerk Urges Voter Registration - With only about 2 months left before this year’s General Election, the Monongalia County Clerk’s office and local political parties are trying to get people registered to vote.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with French President Chirac - PRESIDENT BUSH: It's been a pleasure to have a meaningful, strategic dialogue with Jacques Chirac. We talked about a lot of subjects. It's important that France and the United States work closely to keep the peace. We talked about Iran, we talked about Syria, we talked about the Palestinian-Israeli issue, we talked about Darfur; we talked about common problems and how to solve those problems. It was a very constructive and important dialogue.
Will RobertsDick Cheney - Dancing with the stars. - Will Roberts - Weekly telegram from my travels current events. All I know is what little I hear on the internet- now a days you can download anything.
SOP newswireRelease of Foreign Relations Volume - The Department of State released today Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976, Volume E-4, Documents on Iran and Iraq, 1969-1972, as an electronic-only publication. This volume is the latest publication in the subseries of the Foreign Relations series that documents the most important decisions and actions of the foreign policy of the administrations
Natassia DonohueThe End of Blair: Britain's Leader Will Resign - Since 1997, Tony Blair has proved himself time and again to be a strong and effective leader of Great Britain. However, as of September 7thof 2006, he has announced his resignation in an appeasement for his un-supportive public and co-counsels.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Discusses Progress in the Global War on Terror - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. Please be seated. (Applause.) Thank you. Sonny, thanks for the introduction. Thanks for your leadership. It's always a pleasure to be in Georgia. I appreciate you coming -- (applause) -- and I appreciate the chance to speak here before the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. And I thank you for what you do. For 15 years, you'v
SOP newswireU.S. Calls Lifting of Lebanese Air Blockade - Washington -- The State Department said Israel’s lifting of its air blockade of Lebanon is “an important step” in implementing U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, and applauded Germany’s work with the governments of Israel and Lebanon to end the blockade.
SOP newswireBush Says U.S. Security Has Improved Since September 11, 2001 - Washington -- President Bush said the United States is safer than it was at the time of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, and is “winning the War on Terror” through vigilance, determination and courage.
SOP newswirePresident Discusses Creation of Military Commissions to Try Suspected Terrorists - On the morning of September the 11th, 2001, our nation awoke to a nightmare attack. Nineteen men, armed with box cutters, took control of airplanes and turned them into missiles. They used them to kill nearly 3,000 innocent people. We watched the Twin Towers collapse before our eyes -- and it became instantly
Sean StubblefieldWe The People - “It may be a difficult idea to swallow, at first, but most of what Congress currently does is unconstitutional.” “I am explicitly accusing all three branches of our government of violating the Constitution.”
SOP newswirePresident Discusses Foreign Policy During Visit to State Department - THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon. Today I met with members of my national security team, both here at the State Department and at the Pentagon. I want to, first of all, thank the leadership of Secretary Condi Rice and Secretary Don Rumsfeld.
SOP newswirePresident Bush and Secretary of State Rice Discuss the Middle East Crisis - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Since the crisis in Lebanon began more than three weeks ago, the United States and other key nations have been working for a comprehensive solution that would return control of Lebanon to its government, and to provide a sustainable peace that protects the lives of both the Lebanese and the Israeli people.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Video: Harvey Carroll, Jr. Claims to Have Had a Hand in Every American Conflict Since Panama - Video: Do you remember Bosnia, Panama and the first Gulf War? If not, Harvey Carroll, Jr. does. His concern about potential civil war during the Ukrainian election, he used his 5 months of in country experience to fax the State Department and perhaps have a constructive outcome of the election.
Inactive WriterHillary Clinton's Presidential Bust - The Museum of Sex in New York NY is set to release a new terror onto an unsuspecting world.
Heidi LopezDemocrats, Democrats, Democrats - As a fellow Democrat, I find myself excited to say that tomorrow, Saturday July 29th, events are happening all across the country---picnics, meet-and-greets with local candidates, and neighborhood canvases, among others. Not
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Harvey Carroll, Jr. Takes You on a Trip Down the Rabbit Hole - Do you remember Bosnia, Panama and the first Gulf War? If not, Harvey Carroll, Jr. does. His concern about potential civil war during the Ukrainian election, he used his 5 months of in country experience to fax the State Department and perhaps have a constructive outcome of the election.
Matthew KentInternational Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 Endorses Judge Powers for Third Appellate Court - The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 today endorsed Judge Michael Powers' campaign for the Illinois Third Appellate Court.
Anita HeltonFor A Better America - Unity 08 is looking for all the support they can get, however, they want you to spread the word, rather than donate large sums of money. The organization is only accepting small donations, as they don't want to be controlled by special interests like so many of today's politicians and political groups are. They would rather represent the best interests of our great nation.
SOP newswireBush Looks to G8 Summit To Address Complex Problems By Carolee Walker - Washington - From energy security to the possibility of pandemic flu, to potential threats from Iran and North Korea, it is best to work with friends and allies to solve world problems, President Bush told a panel of foreign journalists July 10 in Washington.
SOP newswireChange in Time and Participants: Briefing on the Second Report of the Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba and the Compact with the Cuban People - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez will make opening remarks on the release of the second report of the
SOP newswireMeetings with Serbian Delegations - MR. MCCORMACK: Good afternoon. I have one statement for you and then we can get right into your questions. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to Pakistan and Russia beginning today, ending June 30th. The Secretary will travel to Islamabad, where she will follow up on the wide-ranging areas of cooperation established during President Bush's trip to Pakistan earlier this year. She will meet with President Musharraf and other Pakistani officials to discuss bilateral and regional issues and express the United States’ strong support of Pakistan as a partner in many areas, including
SOP newswireCDF Director and State Fire Marshal Ruben Grijalva Discusses Fire Safety Tips as Guest Host for Governor's Weekly Radio Address - English and Spanish transcripts of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's weekly radio address, hosted this week by CDF Director and State Fire Marshal Ruben Grijalva, are below.
Natassia DonohueSOP Writer, Natassia Donohue Speaks Out - American Dollars to Educate Saudis - It appears that for now U.S. President George W. Bush has approved programs designed to continue and establish further scholarships for Saudi Arabians
Francis KarugahThe Somali Situation - The U.S assistant secretary of state for African affairs Jendayi Frazer says there is a critical need for dialogue and the international community has been engaged to address the warlord’s issue in Somalia threatening normalcy in the country. He said they had to reserve judgment about the ultimate intent of the Islamic courts union (ICU) which claimed to have taken control of Somalia’s capital following weeks of fighting.
SOP newswireWTO Still Divided over Agricultural Tariffs, U.S. Negotiator Says By Bruce Odessey - Washington -- A deal on agricultural market access is still beyond reach with little time left for World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations, a U.S. trade official says.
SOP newswireRole of the United States in the UN Human Rights Council - Question: As a member of the new UN Human Rights Council, China will have its human rights record reviewed - as will all members of the
SOP newswireWhite House Report, June 15: Iraq, Palestinians, Iran - President Bush plans to follow up with other leaders in the international community to urge them to meet their pledges of aid to help with Iraq"s reconstruction.
SOP newswireDavis Statement on GAO Metro Report - Washington, Jun 14 - Washington, DC – Congressman Tom Davis (R-VA-11th) issued the following statement today upon the release by the Government Accountability Office of its report, GAO-06-516, “Issues Related to Providing Dedicated Funding for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.”
Francis KarugahPresident Bush Meets With Rwandan Leader - President Bush welcomed Rwandan Leader Paul Kagame to the White House for his second visit to the U.S. since he won in a landslide victory in the first national election after his government seized power in 1994.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Student Views - Sarah Huffman - Matthew Kent - S. Renee Greene - Student Views is a bi-weekly column where SOP writers voice their opinions on topics of interest such as student life, politics, and international issues on the SOP and the Local Buzz Magazine
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