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By Remy Benoit

From the Houston Chronicle and William Douglas Bush approval rating nearing Nixon's levels.

From CNN Despite polls, Bush says he has 'capital.

From the AP and MSNBC Bush makes surprise visit to Afghanistan.

From the Washington Post, Ellen Knickmeyer and MSNBC Shiites told: Leave home or be killed.

From Tom Paine and Robert Dreyfuss Iraq: Preparing For The Worst.

From the AP and Military.com
Civil War Looms in Iraq.

From Bloomberg.com Iraq War Increased Terrorism Threat, 35-Nation BBC Poll Shows.

From the Christian Science Monitor, Tom Regan, and Truthout US Post-War Planning for Iraq Almost Nonexistent.

From the Washington Post, Peter Baker, and MSNBC GOP unease spreads to security issues More Republican lawmakers willing to challenge Bush.

From the AP and Fox News Iran: We'll Be Flexible in Enrichment Negotiations With Russia.

From CBS News, The Weekly Standard, and Fred Barnes Bush Is Losing Friends And Influence.

From ABC News and Laurie Kellman ABC News: Patriot Act Renewal Clears Final Hurdle.

How do we define Patriot? One who defends, supports, and is loyal to his country, and its Constitution and its Bill of Rights.

From the Progressive, Ruth Coniff and Common Dreams Fat Tuesday for Disaster Profiteers.

Perhaps its time that more of us pay attention to what is going on in this country. Our democracy depends on us. Use your voice, or lose your voice.

A couple quick personal notes.

I am still looking for men who served with Arthur S. Hanman, Sea Duty, on the Essex 1964-66. He lost his address book and wants to talk with ya'll. Click on Feedback and give me a holler. I will put you in touch.

Hey Joe, we miss 'ya.

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