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Jesse Jackson Concerned about George Bush’s Last Days in Office

November 18, 2008

jesse-jackson-listens-obama-speech.jpgThe Rev. Jesse Jackson said Sunday he is concerned about executive
orders from President Bush in his last few months in office and the
effect they could have on the incoming administration.

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Baptist Leader says Noose Hanging at Baylor Must Spark Honesty about Racism

November 14, 2008

The Baptist approach to racism is best described as “resolutionary,” at least within the dominant white community, according to a white Baptist leader who grew up in Nigeria.

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Edwards Speaks about Obama & Clinton but not Affair

November 12, 2008

john-edwards10.jpgJohn Edwards didn’t have to dodge tough questions from an Indiana University audience Tuesday, when the former presidential candidate returned to the stage three months after admitting to an extramarital affair.

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Texas Longhorns Dismiss Player for Racial Slur about Obama

November 11, 2008

A Texas Longhorns team leader Monday praised the way coaches handled
the dismissal of a player who posted a racial slur on his Facebook page
about President-elect Barack Obama.

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Syrian President Says ‘Israel Not Genuine About Peace’

November 10, 2008

Syria’s president says Israel is not genuine in its professed desire for peace with its Arab neighbors.

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Many Evangelicals Optimistic about Obama Presidency

November 6, 2008

national-association-of-evangelicals.JPGSome prominent evangelical leaders said Wednesday that they are
optimistic about working together with the Obama administration and
even noted that relationships have already been built by the campaign’s
faith outreach arm.

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Obama Cries While Speaking About His Grandmother at NC Rally

November 4, 2008

barack-obama-crying-grandmother-dies.jpgSen. Barack Obama’s grandmother died Sunday night, just hours before a
presidential election in which her grandson could become the first
African-American to win the nation’s highest office.

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