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Now, let's check out some political stories we found this week below the fold.
Ready, aim, fire
Al Gore may not be ready to take shots at George W. Bush, but his daughter, Karena Gore Schiff, is. She has penned a tract titled, The Guide To Not Getting Bushwacked for the next issue of Glamour magazine. Schiff, who is expecting her second child in August, takes special umbrage with the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, which decrees that children born live during abortion should not be put to death. Ms. Schiff thinks she may run for office some day, but isn't sure. And concludes her piece by prodding people, "to learn about women candidates and encourage them to run for office."
Massachusetts Governor Jane Swift, who got in the soup last month for appointing a dead man to a state board, got more bad news this week. Her campaign has accepted $1,250 over the last three years from William Deyesso, whose stock and trade is strip joints. Although her spokesman has characterized Deyesso as just another business supporter of Governor Swift, the governor, who has run on a family-friendly agenda, has ordered the
The bogey man cometh?
Rumor has it that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York is trying to join the Army-Navy Club in Arlington, Virginia, so her husband, Mr. Bill Clinton of Chappaqua, New York, can play golf. Mr. Clinton, evidently, is having difficulty gaining entry to New York golf clubs, at least those of his liking. Therefore, the former commander in chief is trying to gain admission to a club most famous for the military brass that forms the core of its membership.
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