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2008 Headlines

2008 Headlines | Monday | January 8th


Rudy Giuliani trademarks his own name,


McCain, Giuliani Fare Well Vs. Top Dems, While Edwards Might Be Toughest Rival,

Investor’s Business Daily


Troop surge in Iraq would have McCain in tow,

L.A. Times


Romney kicks off presidential campaign with fundraising blitz,


Help Wanted: Righty for ‘08,

New York Post

Why a Mormon president is nothing to fear,

The New Republic


Inouye believes Obama’s too early,

Honolulu Star-Bulletin


Unfortunately for Edwards, it was no run-of-the-mill week,

Philadelphia Inquirer

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