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Media Availability with Secretary Mattis en route to Vietnam

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE JAMES N. MATTIS: Okay, so were on the record here for a little bit, okay?

SOP newswirePresident's Radio Address - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Last weekend, the people of Iraq formed a national unity government. This is an important milestone on the road to democracy in Iraq
Inactive WriterAnimal Testing and Politics - Politicians are piad to be silent about such issues but what is the real situation with animal testing
SOP newswireA Letter to Governor Schwarenegger - Thank you for your message honoring Petty Officer 3rd Class Marcques J. Nettles who died in Iraq. You ordered that the California Capitol flags be flown at half staff in honor of his service to our country.
SOP newswireAmerican Competitiveness Initiative - One of the great engines of our growing economy is our Nation’s capacity to innovate. Through America’s investments in science and technology, we have revolutionized our economy and changed the world for the better. Groundbreaking ideas generated by innovative minds in the private and public
SOP newswirePress Gaggle by Scott McClellan - MR. McCLELLAN: All right, good morning, everybody, or good afternoon. It's morning, I guess, in California -- the radio address the President taped before we left. It will be on important priorities that Congress needs to act on when they get back, and important priorities for the people of California, as well, such as the Competitiveness
SOP newswirePresident Bush and President Hu of China Participate in Arrival Ceremony - The United States and China are two nations divided by a vast ocean -- yet connected through a global economy that has created opportunity for both our peoples. The United States welcomes the emergence of a China that is peaceful and prosperous, and that supports international institutions
Bruce H.G. CalderCinderella and Social Security - Once upon a time, there was a poor girl named Cinderella who, through a series of tragic yet predictable events, worked long hours at barely more than minimum wage for Stepmother & Associates.
Leon (Producer) LeonUnited Nations Is Top U.S. Priority? - Washington – Management reform at the United Nations is at the top of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s agenda, says Kristen Silverberg, assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs.
Bruce H.G. CalderYour rights. Use them or lose them - Pretend you’re the editor of a small Florida newspaper. You do your best to fill up the pages with news, movie reviews, and maybe a story about a local dog show. You’re doing your best to provide the information that will captivate your readers’ attention, but you don’t want to offend anybody needlessly.
R.J. SmithOne Man's Private War - An editorialized look at why we should show support for the American troops in Iraq.
SOP newswireDepartment of Energy Appoints Stephen Eule As Director of the Climate Change - WASHINGTON , D.C. – Secretary of Energy Samuel W. Bodman today announced the appointment of Stephen D. Eule as the Director of the Climate Change Technology Program (CCTP) in the Office of Policy and International Affairs.
SOP newswireRice in Berlin To Discuss Iran with U.N. Security Council Members By Vince Crawley - Washington -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is meeting in Berlin with permanent members of the U.N. Security Council, plus Germany, to discuss a long-term strategy for dealing with Iran’s nuclear program as well as broader regional concerns.
Andre MorseIllegal practices by Republicans and Democrats - Do Not Call Laws covering telemarketers: are they fair and just? They would be if they also covered political organizations. This week alone, I received 10 calls from the Democrats asking for contributions.
R.J. SmithFrom Russia with Love - The Pentagon has accused Russia of feeding military secrets to Iraq during the first days of the war.
Rich James (Marketing)President Discusses War on Terror - I regret only one thing, Terry, and that's that Laura didn't come with me. No, I know, most people generally say, you should have brought her and you should have stayed at home. (Laughter.) They love Laura, and so do I. And she is a fantastic First Lady. She is a great -- (applause.) And she is a great source of comfort and strength for me, and I wish she were here.
R.J. SmithIs The Middle East Going To Be Worse Than Vietnam? - It was suppose to be a quick conflict. That was the lie the short, stuttering man from Texas and his shady band of whacky compadres sold us, and sadly we bought it hook, line, and sinker. With all the WMD propaganda
Leon (Producer) Leon Terrorists Are Losing in Iraq, Bush Says - Washington -- Warning of “difficult work ahead,” President Bush March 13 praised the progress made by the Iraqi people in the three years following the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom that toppled
Woo LyouWhat is a Liberal? - They held pickets that said, "Women Have the Right to Choose," and, "Get Out of Our Wombs." I thought it was courageous of the protestors to stand up for their beliefs. I looked at them for a little while, but soon continued on my way. Suddenly
Leon (Producer) LeonSchwarzenegger Announces Appointments - Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the following appointments:
Bruce H.G. CalderExtraordinary Measures - President George Bush is using the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to spy on Americans like never before. Does he have good reason?
Jennifer GibsonProsecution Rests in Corruption Trial of Former Atlanta Mayor - (Atlanta, GA) - After five weeks of testimony from former business associates, aides, friends and one mistress, the prosecution has rested its case in the federal corruption trial of former Atlanta mayor Bill Campbell.
Leon (Producer) LeonVital Relationship With Pakistan, Bush Says - The U.S. relationship with Pakistan extends well beyond the war against terrorism to opportunities for closer economic ties, advancement of democracy, and expanded
Leon (Producer) LeonCondoleezza Rice to Host Commemoration of 50th Anniversary - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will host a ceremony and reception to commemorate the 50th anniversary year of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution on Monday, February 13, 2006 at 3:00 p.m. in the Benjamin Franklin Room of the U.S. Department of State.
Brandon JenningsSOP writer lashes out at columnist - What does it take to be a columnist at one of the most respected newspapers in the college scene these days? Not strict attention to detail. Today’s Daily Athenaeum was defaced with a column written by Charley Reese.
Saly AlhadyPresident Bush's Critical Speech in America's Critical Time - Actually we can ask the question in different way, if the enemy in Iraq is Saddam Hussein! Saddam is gone, and Iraqis do nothing to punish for, so Iraqi's oil was the real target of the war in Iraq.
Leon (Producer) LeonArms Control and Nonproliferation Advisory Board Meeting - The Arms Control and Nonproliferation Advisory Board (ACNAB) held an organizational meeting on Monday, January 30. The Board will provide the Department with insight and advice on a broad range of international security issues. The Board is sponsored
Joey O\'DonnellWhen the Past and the Present collide... - Noticeable connections between Nixon's Kansas State Speech and Bush's.
Bruce H.G. CalderIn For the Long Haul - Whatever the reasons were for invading Iraq in the first place, it is vitally important that the United States not withdraw its forces prematurely.
Joey O\'DonnellPublic Hearings for Domestic Eavesdropping - Bush's 1/11/05 resignation to have Public Hearings about Domestic Eavesdropping
Rich James (Marketing)So What Is Your Answer? - Is Social Security an issue that really needs to be fixed; is it broken?
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