Marc Morano is the executive editor of Climate Depot and former climate researcher and communications director for the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee. He is involved in the AllPainNoGain petition effort.

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July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(CNSNews.com) - The Massachusetts Supreme Court decision okaying same-sex marriages may propel the contentious issue to the forefront of the 2004 elections and cause the Democratic Party "heartburn" next year, a political analyst said Tuesday."It can't help the Democratic candidates, it just can't," said Larry Sabato in an interview with CNSNews.com. Sabato is a political science professor at the University of Virginia.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Boston (CNSNews.com) - Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore on Tuesday appeared to back off his earlier allegation regarding President Bush's involvement in the flights of Saudi Arabian citizens out of the U.S. in the days following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Boston (CNSNews.com) - A supporter of Democratic nominee John Kerry compared conservatives to Adolf Hitler in a series of interviews with the media at the Democratic Election Night party in Boston's Copley Square. Joe Pulliam of Bedford Mass., said "Thomas Jefferson - liberal, Abraham Lincoln - liberal, Jesus - liberal, Adolf Hitler - conservative. Hey where do you stand?" Pulliam told CNSNews.com.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(Editor's Note: Clarifies 9th graph, regarding Dean's requirements to practice internal medicine.) (CNSNews.com) - As the current frontrunner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor and the only physician in the field of candidates, has been clear about his support for abortion rights, but adamant that he never performed an abortion himself.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Boston (CNSNews.com) - Former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean told a liberal audience on Tuesday that southern voters will grow tired of the Republicans' perennial appeal on social issues relating to "guns, God and gays."
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Boston (CNSNews.com) - As President George Bush edged closer to the 270 electoral votes necessary to secure re-election, supporters of Democratic nominee John Kerry openly wept and consoled each other at the Election Night celebration in Boston's Copley Square. Some Kerry supporters called Bush's platform "all lies" and heckled a group of College Republicans who were passing through the crowd.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(CNSNews.com) - The superstar trial lawyer accomplishments of John Edwards, which allowed this former millworker to amass a personal fortune, finance his successful U.S. Senate run in 1998 and catapult himself into the 2004 race for president, may have been partially built on "junk science," according to legal and medical experts who spoke with CNSNews.com .
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Boston (CNSNews.com) - The chairman of the Democratic National Committee on Thursday defended actor Alec Baldwin's remark at an official DNC event that the GOP has been "hijacked by these fundamentalist wackos."DNC chair Terry McAuliffe told CNSNews.com, "Alec Baldwin said that? But you know what? [Vice President] Dick Cheney went on the floor of the United States senate and told a fellow senator to go 'blank' himself." "Alec Baldwin can speak for himself, anybody can speak for themselves," McAuliffe said.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(CNSNews.com) - An emerging conspiracy theory among some political left wingers acccuses Republicans of stealing the 2004 presidential election. While many Americans wonder why Election Day exit polling was so inaccurate and showed Democrat John Kerry winning, liberal bloggers and activists insist the exit polls were correct and that Republican forces used fraud to help President Bush win re-election on Nov. 2.But the controversy isn't confined to bloggers and activists.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Manchester, N.H. (CNSNews.com) - Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards cast himself as the underdog against the Washington establishment in a speech in New Hampshire on Monday, as supporters predicted he was poised for a strong showing in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.Edwards told an enthusiastic crowd at the Palace Theatre in Manchester that he has overcome the odds many times in his life.Referring to his days as a trial lawyer suing large companies, Edwards described how he battled "big corporate lawyers" in North Carolina.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(CNSNews.com) - When the U.S. State Department invited a team of international election observers to watch this year's American presidential election, it invited "scandal, fraud and corruption to the American electoral process," a conservative watchdog group has charged.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Washington (CNSNews.com) - The charge by some on the left that President George Bush stole the 2004 presidential election was dismissed Thursday as "Internet conspiracy theories" by the author of a new book on voter fraud.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Manchester, N.H. (CNSNews.com) - President George W. Bush had competition -- none of it well known -- in Tuesday's little-mentioned New Hampshire Republican primary.This time, Bush coasted to an easy victory against a pack of thirteen relatively unknown challengers. With 222 of 301 precincts reporting, Bush had 86 percent of the vote, giving him all 32 of New Hampshire's delegates.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
New York (CNSNews.com) - About a thousand protesters descended on Fox News Channel's headquarters in New York City on Tuesday afternoon and blasted the network as a fascist arm of the Republican Party. The crowd chanted slogans such as "Fox News lies," "Fox News, get off the air," "Fair and balanced is a lie," "Shut the Fox up," and "Anti-peace, Anti-Gay, Rupert Murdoch, Go Away." The protesters billed the event as a "Fox News Shut-Up-A-Thon."
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(Correction: Following the certification of Ohio's election results, Bush defeated Kerry in the state by nearly 119,000 votes.) Capitol Hill (CNSNews.com) - The 2004 presidential election was plagued by fraud and voter suppression, according to some Democratic members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, liberal special interest groups and big-name private citizens, who used the formal surroundings of a congressional office building Wednesday to present their evidence.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Manchester, N.H. (CNSNews.com) - Sen. John Kerry's decisive victory in the New Hampshire Democratic primary Tuesday night buoyed his supporters and delivered Howard Dean's candidacy another disappointing election night. Kerry's wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, said that she felt the momentum shift in favor of her husband late last year."I knew in the beginning of December that we were going to do very well," Heinz Kerry told CNSNews.com following Kerry's victory speech in Manchester. Kerry received 39 percent of the vote, followed by Dean with 26 percent.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
New York (CNSNews.com) - Actor Stephen Baldwin said he would "continue praying" for his brother Alec because of Alec's open hostility to religious conservatives.CNSNews.com asked Baldwin on Wednesday about his brother's statement at the Democratic National Convention in July that the Republican Party "has been hijacked by these fundamentalist wackos."
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
(Correction: Following the certification of Ohio's election results, Bush defeated Kerry by nearly 119,000 votes. Also clarifies reference to exit polls in 17th graph.) Capitol Hill (CNSNews.com) - Following an Election Day prediction that Democratic candidate John Kerry would win more than 300 electoral votes and the presidency, one of America's most well known polling firms continued the job Wednesday of explaining its flawed projection.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
Manchester, N.H. (CNSNews.com) - Sen. John Edwards, the North Carolina Democrat who finished fourth in Tuesday's presidential primary in New Hampshire, refused to answer allegations that he had used "junk science" in part to win hugely lucrative legal judgments or settlements against the medical profession.
July 7, 2008, 8:30 PM EDT
New York (CNSNews.com) - A massive protest outside Madison Square Garden featured at least one sign asking where John Hinckley was.The prominently displayed sign read, "Where is John Hinckley when we really need him?" It featured a bullet hole with dripping red blood. Hinckley attempted to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan in 1981, and he has been in a mental hospital ever since, after being found incompetent to stand trial.