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Palin rocks Obama's world

Newsflash, buddies: That may be the way the good-humored retorts of a moosehunting mother of five sound to you, but not to the rest of America.
So next, lash out wildly as your world tumbles about you.
In Michigan, Obama personally attacked McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin as “shameless” (For you leftist supporters: That’s a bad thing.) and approved an ad accusing McCain and Palin of “lying about their records.”
That makes the second time in a month the high-minded Obama has called his critics liars.

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Fight against drugs must never stop

Drugs are a proven factor in other crimes — be it theft, violence or any number of crimes, the power of these mind-altering substances to overcome people’s good judgment cannot and should not be underestimated.
There are many recovering addicts who will tell you their lives fell apart as drugs began taking over, and they are glad to have the freedom that strong self-control gives back once they kick their respective habits.

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Aldredge finds a ‘home’ at NSU

Grandfather Corwyn Aldredge, Sr., was one of the all-time top football players at NSU, having been honored last year as a member of the school’s “Top 100 Players” team (“his name is everywhere and people say such good things about him,” Justin said).
Then there’s the basic fit of Aldredge being one of the promising newcomers for a Demons’ squad that will go for victory No. 2 Sunday afternoon with a regional showdown against Grambling State University.
The 6-1 and 205-pounder is serving as a backup safety and a member of the special teams after having redshirted last year.

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U.S. remembers infamous day

Other ceremonies are being held throughout the day around the country, including in Washington and in Pennsylvania. Barack Obama and John McCain are due at ground zero to pay silent respects.
Maureen Hunt, wearing a T-shirt with a picture of her sister, Kathleen, a 9/11 victim, said that it was comforting to be at the ceremony with so many who have lost loved ones.
“This is a place for us to meet,” said Hunt, who has come each year to pay her respects. “It is not getting easier to attend these ceremonies.”

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