Daily News For October 27, 2005

Harriet Miers

USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll: By 43%-42%, Those Surveyed Say The Senate Shouldn’t Confirm Miers. That’s The First Time A Plurality Has Opposed The Confirmation Of Any High Court Nominee Over The Past Two Decades.

Harriet Miers Turns In Her Updated Questionnaire To The Senate Late

Concerned Women For America, The Nation’s Largest Public Policy Women’s Organization, Is Calling For Supreme Court Nominee Harriet Miers’ Name To Be Withdrawn

New Push For Miers Is In The Works. Speech By Nominee Among Moves Being Considered By White House (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Senate May Probe Miers’ Lottery Days

Coleman To Press Miers About Work On Tax Shelter

Conservatives Decry Miers’ 1993 Statements On Abortion

Domestic

Bush Willing To Back Further Budget Cuts

Sheehan And Protestors Arrested In Front Of White House

DeLay Admits Not Reporting All $$

Clinton Accusers Tour His Library

Foreign

Suicide Bomber Kills 5 In Israel

US Demands Abbas Reins In Militants

Sunni Parties Will Take Part In Iraq’s December Legislative Elections

Columns

Ann Coulter: “Scratch-Off” Miers

Dr. Hackenbush: Why Bush Needs to Withdraw Harriet Miers

Former Scalia Clerk Ed Whelan: Miers Should Withdraw Now

Ed Morrissey: I’m Off The Fence And Oppose The Miers Nomination

Pejman Yousefzadeh: Fare Thee Well, Sweet Fence, I Oppose The Harriet Miers Nomination

Virginia Postrel: America Deserves Better Than Harriet Miers

John Derbyshire: Hallmark Harriet

William F. Buckley Jr.: An Out For Miers

John Stossel: What Congress Did Is Disgusting

Fred Barnes: Frank Luntz Says Republicans Could Be In Danger In 2006

Juanita Broaddrick And Kathleen Willey: Why We’re Touring The Clinton Library

Left-Overs

Video Of Robert Byrd Falling Asleep On The Senate Floor

USA Today Photoshops A Condi Picture To Make Her Look More Demonic

Remote Control Device ‘Controls’ Humans

Help Conservative Blogger Bill Roggio Go To Iraq And Embed Himself With A Military Unit

Cartoon: The Miers Effect

Humor: It’s Time To Take Our Ball And Go Home. An Editorial By Frank J.

Website Of The Day: Keep Your Promise

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