In recent polls, a majority of voters say they want the Democrats to re-capture the White House. But John McCain is pulling even with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. Has a friendly news media allowed McCain to obscure his views on big issues? Although they’ve picked their nominee, are Republicans any more united than the Democrats? Also, President Bush sees light at the end of the dark economic tunnel, and Native Dancer lost the Kentucky Derby in 1953, but his bloodline is now found in 75% of all thoroughbred horses—who share both speed and a tragic flaw.
The GOP Candidate in What's Supposed to Be a 'Democratic Year'
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A Light at the End of the Dark Economic Tunnel?
In St. Louis today, President Bush once again addressed the economy , contending that there is hope ahead. Sure enough, today's labor news was better than expected. Last...
Horse Racing's Hapsburgs Run for the Roses
Native Dancer failed to win the Kentucky Derby in 1953, but his bloodline is now found in 75% of all thoroughbred horses. The last 13 Kentucky Derby winners were his...