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2008-10-03 03:00:00

By Anonymous From immigration and abortion to Iraq and energy In a front-page story in last week's HUMAN EVENTS, long-time conservative activist Donald Devine reported that the 2008 Republican platform is a vast improvement over the 2004 version. Here is a selection of excerpted highlights from this year's Republican platform. Immigration Immigration policy is a national security issue, for which we have one test: Does it serve the national interest? By that standard. Republicans know...

2006-05-01 16:15:37

DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) - Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, visiting the state that traditionally kicks off the White House race, said on Monday he was still considering a 2008 presidential run but was in no rush to decide. Giuliani, in Iowa to raise money for Republicans and to make a paid appearance at a motivational seminar, said he was gathering information on a possible presidential bid. "It's something that I'm thinking about," Giuliani said. "It's something I haven't...

2005-08-30 23:11:12

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani said on Wednesday he would decide next year whether to run as a Republican U.S. presidential candidate in 2008. "I won't decide until next year," Giuliani told a business conference in Sydney. "I can't make that decision yet, it's a little premature to make it." Giuliani, who joined a Texas-based law firm in March, went from being a mob-busting federal prosecutor in New York to the Republican mayor who guided the city through...


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