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Talon News is a news company which covers political, national, and world news. Talon News also focuses on those stories often overlooked by other media outlets. We concentrate on news that conservatives care about without putting a liberal spin on it.

Talon News Team

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Bobby Eberle, Editor in Chief -- Bobby Eberle received his Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M; University in 1990. This was followed by M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas in 1993 and 1995, respectively. Bobby was a delegate to the 1996, 98, and 2000 Republican Party of Texas State Conventions and was a delegate to the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia. In 1998, Bobby was named to Outstanding Young Men of America.
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Jeff Gannon, Washington Bureau Chief -- Jeff lives on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and covers the White House for Talon News. He writes a syndicated column, "Jeff Gannon's Washington," that appears on his website:
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Stephen Dewey -- Stephen resides in Boston, Massachusetts, where he has lived for his entire life. He is currently a student at Boston Latin School, a public magnet school, and will finally graduate, after six years, in June of 2003.
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Jim Hauser -- Jim is a product of the mid-west counter culture of the seventies. He was born in Frankfort Indiana and raised in Rochelle Illinois, not far from Ronald Reagan's boyhood home. The second of seven children, Jim was brought up in a very strong Catholic atmosphere. His parents gave him just enough rope to get into trouble but not quite enough to hang himself.
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Lisa Jacobson -- Her life-long love of writing encouraged her to abandon the corporate world and grab the keyboard. Lisa now writes two weekly syndicated newspaper columns and is a professional digital photographer specializing in panoramic photography.
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Charles Mahaleris -- Charles Mahaleris lives in Augusta, Maine where he is a free-lance writer and essayist with works published in the Monument Newspaper, the Lowell Sun, and Maine Times.
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Teresa Martin -- After spending over 12 years in marketing and promotions, Teresa moved to Honolulu, Hawaii to pursue an MBA in International Business. She has already achieved a Certificate in International Entrepreneurship from the Pacific Asian Management Institute and will complete her MBA this spring.
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Mark Messinger -- Mark Messinger had his political "awakening" during the 1992 presidential elections. It was at this time that Mark became an avid reader of political material. Mark also credits the Internet for its ability to allow for the free exchange of information, which empowers all users.
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Jimmy Moore -- James (Jimmy) William Moore was born in Jackson, Tennessee on December 27, 1972. He graduated from high school in 1989 and attended the University of Tennessee at Martin. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and English from there in 1992.
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Doug Patton -- Born and raised in the Midwest, Doug Patton graduated from Abraham Lincoln high school in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in 1966. After marrying his college sweetheart in 1969 and serving four years in the U.S. Air Force (1969-1973), Doug returned to school, graduating with a B.A. in English from Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska, in 1975.
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Calls for U.N. Leader to Resign Continue; White House stands by Annan

Bush Thanks, Charms Canadians

Teacher Told Declaration Not Allowed In Class Due To 'God' Reference

Falwell Seeks One Million Charter Members To Moral Majority Coalition

Gregoire Pleads With DNC To Support WA Gubernatorial Recount

Cheney Rallies for Louisiana Congressional Runoffs



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