Out my office window I can see a polling place in the heart of Concord. I note that during the peak of lunch hour voting, only the Dean and Clark campaigns had troops holding signs. The Kerry camp has a few signs stuck to a nearby fence, and the other candidates have no obvious presence. Like a tracking poll, it means nothing. But since I have nothing to add to the Oscar discussion, I offer this in its place.
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The Kentucky Republican on Tuesday forced a point of order vote on holding an impeachment trial.
Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson sent a new memo to federal prosecutors, saying the department would return to the earlier policy of deciding cases.