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Lobbyists despised but not ridiculed

Lawyer jokes are legion, car salesmen are lampooned routinely, but the occupation the country despises most - it's been measured by Gallup and, yes, lobbyists rank dead last - doesn't even merit ridicule. Published June 3, 2008

Most Americans see $5 a gallon gasoline

More than 70 percent of Americans say they expect gasoline prices to top $5 a gallon by the end of the summer, and a majority say they are driving less because of higher fuel costs, according to a Fox 5/The Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports survey. Published May 27, 2008

McCain to join Bush in raising campaign funds

President Bush will campaign next week with Sen. John McCain, lending his considerable fundraising prowess but also potentially extending his cloud of low approval ratings to the man who is succeeding him as leader of the Republican Party. Published May 24, 2008

McCain rejects pastors' endorsements

Senator John McCain yesterday renounced the endorsements of two influential televangelists - John Hagee and Rod Parsley - who both had made inflammatory statements that liberals have been using to tar McCain. Published May 23, 2008

House forced to revote farm bill

Hours after voting to approve just the second veto override of President Bush's tenure on the massive farm bill, a colossal blunder means the House will have to have a do-over and repass the entire bill anew. Published May 22, 2008