Archive for October 28th, 2006

Oct 28 2006

Top AQ Member Killed In Pakistan

A top Al Qaeda member responsible for the US Embassy bombings in 1998 was killed in Pakistan this week, or should we say he was ‘brought to justice': n Al-Qaeda operative wanted in connection with 1998 US Embassy bombings has been killed in Pakistan. According to a private channel, Mohsin Mousa Motwali (ph) most wanted […]

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Oct 28 2006

Democrats Facing Reality On 11/7

While Democrats want to rev up their base to motivate them to vote, reporting in the liberal media is dousing those efforts with some cold hard reality. The news that the scope of the playing field is much smaller than the 40-50 seat pick up the media went all goo-goo over last week is coming […]

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Oct 28 2006

Michael J Fox Helped Kill MO Constitutional Cloning Bill

Michael J Fox (and Rush Limbaugh) easily helped bring needed focus and clarity to the Bill in MO that is lying when it says it is about Stem Cell Research (embryonic or otherwise) when in fact it is trying to place the right to clone and kill into the State’s constitution. If it was not […]

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Oct 28 2006

Talent Holding In MO, Just Like 2004

In a poll out today Jim Talent is in the same position he was a year ago: After all their ads, attacks and debates, Missouri’s two major candidates for the U.S. Senate are heading into the campaign homestretch in roughly the same spot as they were almost a year ago — deadlocked. U.S. Sen. Jim […]

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Oct 28 2006

Where’s The Senate

A little over a week out let’s see where the Senate stands in terms of Democrat hopes they could gain control. Using the RCP race-by-race statistics, and applying the same 5% poll bias correction I did in the House Race analysis (explanation here), we see a picture slightly different from the one being trotted around […]

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Oct 28 2006

Where’s The House II

In a post last week I had reviewed the RCP top 27 House races and felt, at that time, Dems would pick up 6-9 seats. So where has the week since brought us? Let’s see. To see what is different this week, I am going to simply refer folks back to the original posts and […]

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