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Susan Duclos

Digital Journalist based in United States. Joined on Nov 13, 2007

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The Wachovia Debacle And The Missing Saturday Night Live Skit

Saturday Night Live produced a skit that slammed, Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, and Democrats for opposing reform of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They also skewered Herb and Marion Sandler as predatory lenders. The SNL video has mysteriously disappeared.

Op-Ed: John McCain Nails Barack Obama On Monies Received From Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

John McCain issued remarks today about the downfall which has led to the most urgent financial crisis in America. He spotlights Democrats and Barack Obama's financial gain from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Sarah Palin To John McCain: 'Take The Gloves Off'

Over the weekend Sarah Palin made a reference to Barack Obama's ties to questionable characters, but there is another area where Palin believes John McCain should "take the gloves off", Obama's association with his former pastor, Jeremiah Wright.

More Dead, Underage And Fictitious Voter Registrations in Indiana, From ACORN

ACORN is making headlines again for filing voter registrations for the dead, the underage and some showing fictitious signatures in Indiana. Suggestions of a criminal investigation are coming out for ACORN groups getting the vote out for Obama.

When A Circumcision Turns Into A Penis Amputation, Patient Sues

A doctor is being sued when a patient goes under the knife for a circumcision and the doctor finds the need to amputate the man's penis because of unforeseen medical necessity.

Artificial Conversational Entities: Can A Machine Act Human and Be Given 'Rights'?

An annual test will start next Sunday to determine if computers can think well enough to fool judges into believing the computer is human during the "Turing Test." If machines are determined to have a "consciousness" will they then be given "rights"?

One Month Until Elections, McCain To Sharpen Aggressive Strategy About Obama Ties

With one month to go until the November 4th election for presidency, the John McCain campaign will be sharpening their strategy to focus more on his Democratic rival's honesty, judgment and associations. This could prove to be a double edged sword.

Sarah Palin Releases Tax Records, Shown To Give More To Charity Than Joe Biden

Sarah Palin released her tax records for the years of 2006 and 2007, showing her income, and how much she paid in income taxes. She has given more to charity compared to Joe Biden's combined totals since 1998.

Sarah Palin Interview with Carl Cameron of FOX News In Three Parts

The three videos above are the separate segments of the first and only exclusive interview Sarah Palin gave to Carl Cameron of Fox News the day after the vice presidential debate between Palin and Biden, including her desire not to pull out of Michigan.

The U.S. House of Representatives Passes Bailout Bill

The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 also known as the "Bailout Bill" has passed the U.S. House of representatives, voting is over and the vote threshold of 217-218 has been passed.

Sarah Palin: The Debate, The Reactions And The Party Afterward

While pundits from different sides of the political aisle saw last night's VP debate between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden, differently, some headlines today have the McCain campaign feeling good with Palin energizing the conservative base.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's Comments Cause Sharp Insurer's Stock Decline

Comments made by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid regarding "a major insurance company" being on the verge of bankruptcy sparked fears and sent several large insurance companies stocks downward.

Sarah Palin On Journalism, Faith, Joe Six-Pack and Struggling Americans

Sarah Palin in a radio talk show interview speaks about her personal faith, journalistic ethics, Joe six-pack, the Washington elite, personal attacks and how Americans are struggling during tough economic times.

Pakistani President, Asif Ali Zardari, Earns Fatwa For Comments To Sarah Palin

A radical Muslim prayer leader issued a fatwa against Pakistani President, Zardari, saying he shamed the nation for "indecent gestures, filthy remarks, and repeated praise of a non-Muslim lady wearing a short skirt," referring to his meeting with Palin.

Gwen Ifill Never Disclosed 'Age of Obama' Book To Presidential Debate Commission

Gwen Ifill's book, "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama" was no secret. The publisher had it listed, and Ifill had done video promotions for it. AP reports Ifill never disclosed her authorship to the Presidential Debate Commission.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., Says Joe Biden Sometimes Says 'Stupid Things'

Senator Claire McCaskill had what she called a "Joe Biden moment" when she was discussing Sarah Palin and Joe Biden with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, where she said Joe Biden "sometimes say things that are kind of stupid.”

Offshore Drilling Ban Expires Today

The Outer Continental Shelf Moratorium, otherwise known as the offshore drilling ban, expired today. The moratorium was first enacted in 1982 and has been extended yearly since.

Nancy Pelosi Paid Husband From Political Action Committee Fund

Nancy Pelosi has directed $99,000 from her political action committee (PAC) to her husband's real estate and investment firm over the last decade. Since Paul Pelosi took over as treasurer for the PAC in 2007, payments have quadrupled.

VP Debate Moderator, Gwen Ifill, Wrote Book Featuring Barack Obama

Gwen Ifill was named to be the moderator of the US vice presidential debate to be held on Thursday, October 2, 2008. Reports show that Ifill also has a book to be released called "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama."

Mermaid Jingle Jam: Getting Creative With Videos Can Help Stop Hunger

Chicken of the Sea and Feeding America have formed a partnership in creating a contest which is being dubbed "Mermaid Jingle Jam," where people are asked to join a video contest to help stop hunger.
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