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Conservative "values voters" who grudgingly grudg·ing  
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 cast their ballots for George W. Bush most likely provided the margin of victory over John Kerry Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism.  last November. Yet in terms of actual performance, President Bush has actually flanked his Democratic predecessor to the Left. Mr. Bush is the first president to authorize federal subsidies for embryonic stem-cell experimentation; he is also the first president to endorse homosexual "civil unions." He may also become the president who breaks down the legal barriers against sending American women into combat.

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Major branch of the U.S. military forces, charged with preserving peace and security and defending the nation. The first regular U.S. fighting force, the Continental Army, was organized by the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775, to supplement local
 plans to force female soldiers into land combat units, despite current regulations and a law requiring prior notice to Congress," stated a December 9 press release by the Center for Military Readiness, a private think tank. According to according to
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 Pentagon briefing documents obtained by the group, "some Army leaders believe there might not be enough male soldiers to fill the new 'unit of action' combat brigades. They are therefore making incremental Additional or increased growth, bulk, quantity, number, or value; enlarged.

Incremental cost is additional or increased cost of an item or service apart from its actual cost.
 changes in policy that will soon force young unprepared women--many of them mothers--to fight in land combat."
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Title Annotation:Insider Report; sending american women into combat
Publication:The New American
Date:Jan 24, 2005
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