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We're back, after a brief hiatus. Today's bloggers debate the audience member with the tough questions for the President yesterday in North Carolina. Liberal bloggers love him. Conservatives say the President "hosed him".

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The ramp-up to the War in Iraq. It took a while, but the American Mainstream Media finally picked up on the latest memo to come out of meetings between George Bush and Tony Blair. Do they support the President's contention that he "never wanted war"? Watch and decide.

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Show blogs for today feature a unique "work-around" to South Dakota's new ban on abortions. It has to do with an Indian Reservation. Plus, we'll get a look at the hotel "rider" that spells out some special things hotels are asked to provide when the Vice President is on the road.

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It's all about the War in Iraq for our on-air blog segment today. From a surprising newspaper editorial demanding we withdraw our troops, to a roundup of "talking points" that are working their way into "the vortex of unreality".

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The on-air blog segment today features two bloggers who had some very strong things to say about the new Security Report from President Bush. Outspoken and critical, indeed.

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It's all about Iraq in today's on-air blog segment, with lots of discussion of the truths and lies over the course of the war.

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Two bloggers take on the plan to officially censure President Bush.

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Blogging today on the undoing of the Dubai Ports Deal and the latest polling numbers for the President.

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Here's the blog segment for today. Mostly on Congress and the President butting heads over Katrina and the Ports deal. Also, you haven't missed any recent episodes. Some scheduling conflicts kept us from including the blog segment for a few days. We're back on track now!

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Our on-air blog segment today features blogger debate over the Dubai Ports World issue and the latest revelations from former FEMA boss, Micheal Brown. There's a growing concensus that he may not be the "bad guy" that he was perceived to be after Hurricane Katrina. He's doing lots of talking and pointing lots of fingers.

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