Thursday, September 23, 2004

CBS Prepares For Legal Action Over Forged Documents
On the same day CBS announced the appointment of an independent commission to investigate the circumstances surrounding forged documents aired during a "60 Minutes" segment, the company girded for legal action in the matter. On Wednesday, Anthony Bongiorno, counsel for the beleaguered network ordered a legal hold on all tapes and material relating to the report.
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RNC Blasts Democrats, CBS On 'Memogate'
Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie is raising questions about the relationship between the CBS network and the Democratic Party as well as their conduct. In a press conference Wednesday, Gillespie said that he believes a crime has been committed in the CBS 'Memogate' scandal.
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New Swift-Vet Ad Recounts Kerry Making 'Friends' in Paris
In the sixth and latest ad by The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, Sen. John F. Kerry (D-MA) is compared to Vietnam War protester "Hanoi" Jane Fonda as a man the U.S. cannot trust because he, like Fonda, betrayed the U.S. when he met with North Vietnamese communist leaders during the Vietnam War.
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Perkins: CBS Scandal Indicates 'Seismic Shift' in News Coverage
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins told supporters in a message on Wednesday that the scandal over CBS airing forged documents about President George W. Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard indicates a "seismic shift" in media coverage of news.
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MoveOn: Bush to Blame For 'Extreme' Hurricane Season
Attempting to take political advantage of the devastating hurricanes that have hit Florida and the southeastern section of the United States in the past few weeks, liberal political action group MoveOn.org is saying that President George W. Bush is to blame for "making extreme weather stronger."
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Ex-Gay Group Posts Billboard Declaring 'Change Is Possible' For Homosexuals
In response to radical homosexual activists, a group of former gays have posted a billboard along Interstate 64 in Richmond, Virginia that declares "change is possible."
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