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08 June 2004

GOP Senate candidate Jim DeMint on five issues

Where does DeMint stand on five important issues?

DeMint aims to capitalize on House service

When three-term U.S. Rep. Jim DeMint of Greenville entered the Republican race for U.S. Senate 18 months ago, the seat seemed to be his for the taking.

Keys to winning

Keep your eyes on the Upstate where it’s all about margins

DeMint offers skills, experience needed in Senate

SOUTH CAROLINIANS have a crowded field to consider in Tuesday’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate, ranging from the unknown to political veterans. But in this race, Rep. Jim DeMint offers the best combination of skills, experience and demonstrated mett

28 May 2004

Running on fumes

Ten years ago, John "Waffles" Kerry mused about the value of raising the tax on gasoline by 50 cents a gallon. Now, Kerry has hit the road to campaign for cheaper gas prices and to accuse President Bush of not lifting a finger to lower prices at the pump.

27 May 2004

Beasley vs. Beasley

It remains to be seen whether Jim DeMint, Thomas Ravenel or Charlie Condon can stop former Governor David Beasley from winning the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, but there is one candidate who can. That candidate is David Beasley.

Candidates jockey for crucial second place

In vying for No. 2, Charlie Condon accused U.S. Rep. Jim DeMint of doing nothing to control runaway federal spending; Jim DeMint said Condon was “cherry-picking votes”; and Thomas Ravenel said Beasley traded his free-trade principles for campaign cash

SC Bar president asks for apology from DeMint

Republican US Senate candidate Jim DeMint says he stands by a campaign television ad that criticizes lawyers.

Margin of victory key in primary

The Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate is David Beasley’s to lose.

GOP Senate candidates hit church circuit to court voters

Churchgoers in North Charleston may find a well-groomed stranger sitting in the pew next to them today. Don't worry: He's just a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate stopping by to hear the sermon -- and stump for votes.

Political Action Arm of Nation’s Largest Taxpayer Group Endorses DeMint

South Carolina voters should retire over two decades of fiscal irresponsibility and vote in a proven taxpayers’ advocate to the Senate.

Candidates spar over deficit

Five of the six Republican candidates for U.S. Senate sparred Monday over taxes and deficits — and who is to blame for them.

11 May 2004

The political economy

With loss of the economy as an issue, Kerry and the Democrats may have no choice but to ratchet up their attacks on Bush's Iraq policy.

07 May 2004

Slimeing the Democratic podium

To the surprise of absolutely nobody, one of the questions was whether or not Al Sharpton would be a speaker at the Democratic National Convention.

06 May 2004

New Kerry Ad Campaign Reveals Service in Vietnam

Concerned that Americans do not yet know Sen. John Forbes Kerry, his presidential campaign has launched a $25 million TV advertising burst which reveals that the candidate served in the Navy during the Vietnam war.

Bedroom Rights

Should Kerry be denied communion?

Random thoughts on the passing scene

Jay Leno says that, if John Kerry is elected, he will become the first President who can deliver both the State of the Union address and the rebuttal.

05 May 2004

Kerry's commanders speak out against him

Staff says assault is tied to GOP

04 May 2004

Pharmaceutical firms latest to learn that no good deed goes unpunished

Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., says that he wants to become president so that he can 'take on the powerful special interests,' such as 'the drug industry.'

03 May 2004

01 May 2004

Biden for Vice President

Influential Democrats are urging Sen. John Kerry to consider Sen. Joseph Biden of Delaware, the party's principal voice on foreign policy, as his choice for vice president.

30 April 2004

Everything Kerry

How about politicizing your car's dashboard with a John Kerry bobblehead?

The Kerry medals mystery - and why it matters

If John Kerry hadn't already clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, his medals meltdown on "Good Morning America" this week would have sunk his campaign.

29 April 2004

Kerry's House of Ketchup #9

His Good Morning America appearance and post-interview whine show a candidate without confidence.

Memo to the GOP: Where are you?

It's almost impossible to distinguish between Democrats and journalists in their passion to elect Kerry and defeat Bush.

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