- Making News: Moderate Republicans Take Aim at Party Platform
This morning, Republicans gave Vice President Dick Cheney a standing ovation, but just as the Democrats did in Boston, the GOP focused on Party unity, the dominant objective of these four days. No debate was allowed, and that does not set well with groups that represent gay Republicans. We hear a bit of that discord from Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council and Patrick Salmon of the Log Cabin Republicans.
- Reporter's Notebook: A Hollywood Republican with a Sense of Humor
All this week from the GOP National Convention in New York City, Warren will be joined by former television writer-producer Rob Long. Now a writer for Newsweek International and Slate.com, Long compares the "celebrities" at this year's conventions in Boston and New York City, and muses on what he calls "overconfidence" among Republicans as they wait to hear from George Bush on Thursday night.
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