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News Journal Editorial Acknowledges Biden As A Consistent Iraq Policy Opponent, But Says Other Candidates Should Be Wary Of Using War Debate For Their Own Personal Sound Bites

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

Bush Administration officials should stop criticizing people who disagree with them as “less than patriotic.” That attitude helped get them into the trouble they are in.

Sinn Fein’s Vote To Cooperate With Police Brings Ireland’s Catholics And Protestants One Step Closer To Peace

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

Northern Ireland’s largest pro-Catholic political party voted overwhelmingly Sunday to cooperate with the predominantly Protestant police force, a remarkable reversal toward cementing peace in a British province recovering from three decades of sectarian war.

Miami City Commission Plans “Castro’s Dead” Celebration At Orange Bowl; The Only One Not Invited Is The Guest Of Honor

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

“(Castro) represents everything bad that has happened to the people of Cuba for 48 years,” said Miami City Commissioner Tomas Regalado, a Cuban American who came up with the idea.

Global Warming Report To Be Released This Week: World’s Scientists Gather In Paris To Finalize Findings

Monday, January 29th, 2007

“We’re hoping that it will convince people that climate change is real and that we have a responsibility for much of it, and that we really do have to make changes in how we live,” said Kenneth Denman.

Biden Encourages Full Debate Over Planned Troop Surge: “If America’s Enemies Are Being Emboldened, It’s By This President’s Failed Policies, Not Our Criticism”

Monday, January 29th, 2007

Sen. Biden said that if America’s enemies were being emboldened, it was by “the failed policy of this president, going to war without a strategy.”

Iranian Ambassador Announces Reconstruction Aid Package For Iraq

Monday, January 29th, 2007

Mr. Qumi would not provide specifics on Iran’s offer of military assistance to Iraq, but said it included increased border patrols and a proposed new “joint security committee.”

UN Sec’y General Calls On African Union To Join Efforts For Peace In Darfur: “It’s The Largest Humanitarian Crisis In the World”

Monday, January 29th, 2007

“And we must persuade non-signatories to join, while building consensus for the urgent deployment of a UN-AU force on the ground,” Mr. Ban continued.

Bob Novak: “The Fact Remains, There Is Almost No Enthusiasm For The Surge In The Senate”

Monday, January 29th, 2007

While many Republicans want to give their president “one last shot” at a military solution, there is pervasive pessimism about the new strategy.

Biden Predicts Only One In Five Senators Still Believe Bush Is Headed In The Right Direction

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

“It’s not the American people or the U.S. Congress who are emboldening the enemy,” said Democratic Sen. Joe Biden. “It’s the failed policy of this President.”

New York Times Political Trivia: Who Was The Youngest Elected Senator?

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

Delaware Democratic Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr., who will formally enter the 2008 presidential race on Wednesday, was first elected to the Senate in November 1972, about two weeks before his 30th birthday.

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