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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Robert Manning
Looking back, the financial lives many Americans enjoyed until just a few years ago can seem like a mirage.
The Army is assembling a special board to evaluate the mental state of Pfc. Bradley Manning, who is being held on charges that he illegally obtained thousands of classified documents and turned them over to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks in what might be the biggest security breach in U.S. history.
For the longest time I have believed — and continue to believe — Republicans will not nominate a social liberal as their presidential candidate, but even more so that if they do, they will severely handicap themselves in the general election.
MINNEAPOLIS — Some national Republican Party officials worry that their party is moving away from its conservative stands on social and religious issues in preparation for the 2008 elections.
Organized by The 99% Working Group, it's expected to draw around 150 delegates from across the country, said Robert Manning, of Pinole, Calif., one of the organizers.
They plan to march to Independence Hall on July 4, Manning said.