Wednesday, June 04, 2008

wednesday reads

After an epic five-month battle that has transformed American politics, Barack Obama claimed the Democratic nomination last night, continuing his extraordinary quest to become the first African-American president in his country's history.

Barack Obama should not pick Hillary Clinton as his vice-presidential nominee, former president Jimmy Carter has told the Guardian.

Hope vs. Dope

BAGNewsNotes: The Clinch

Remarks of Senator Barack Obama

Sibel Edmonds Case: ABC News investigates Hastert scandals and the Turkish Connections.

If elected president, Senator John McCain would reserve the right to run his own warrantless wiretapping program against Americans, based on the theory that the president's wartime powers trump federal criminal statutes and court oversight, according to a statement released by his campaign Monday.

Americans are putting more and more stuff into self-storage purgatory. It's now a $22 billion-per-year industry, but what does it mean for the soul?

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